Exciting New Update: Solo Leveling Season 2 Receives a Teaser Trailer

Solo Leveling is one of the most popular Korean manhwa that has been one of the favorites among all those who love the action and isekai genre.

The anime adaptation of this amazing series took everyone by a storm and gathered multiple fans. Fans were desperately waiting for a second season after the first one ended.

The team behind the anime adaptation of “Solo Leveling” revealed in a video on Saturday that the series is getting a second season. The new season is officially titled “Solo Leveling Season 2 – Arise from the Shadow.”


The short 30-second teaser includes some of the most horrifying and chilling scenes from the first season. The trailer then highlights the significant transformation of our main character while also announcing the new season.

Crunchyroll also revealed it will stream the second season. And the staff members from the first season along with the cast members are likely to return for the sequel.

If we consider a similar pacing to season 1, we can expect Season 2 to commence with the Red Gate Arc (Chapter 46) and conclude with the Return to Demon Castle Arc (up to Chapter 89) or the early events of the Jeju Island Arc.

It will be interesting to witness the turn this anime will take in the new season.

About Solo Leveling

Solo Leveling is a Korean Webtoon written by Chu Gong and illustrated by Jang Sung Rak. It is adapted from the web novel; I Alone Level Up. Kakaopage publishes it in South Korea and Piccoma in Japan. The series ended in December 2021 and has been collected into 14 volumes.

Portals connecting the Earth to realms of monsters have opened up, and hunters defeat those monsters. Sung Jin Woo belongs to the lowest level of hunters, but after getting involved in a Dungeon quest, he alone can see quests like that of a game.

His journey to become the most powerful hunter and bring peace back to Earth begins.

Source: Crunchyroll

Aaheli Pradhan

Aaheli Pradhan

A grandma by heart who loves to knit, sketch, and swing in parks. Binge-reads a massive amount of manga from psychological to shounen-ai. Either awkward or salty, there's no in-between.


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