“The First Responders” launched some stunning stills for Episode 6!
Starring Kim Rae Won, Son Ho Jun, and Gong Seung Yeon, “The First Responders” is a drama about members of the police pressure, fireplace division, and paramedic group as they arrive collectively to assist their metropolis in any approach they will. The drama highlights the teamwork these three departments work onerous to keep up.
Following some stills the drama released earlier displaying Jin Ho Gae abruptly arrested after he was falsely accused of being an arsonist and a assassin, the newly launched pictures have him truly arriving at his worst nightmare: jail.
The first two pictures depict Jin Ho Gae coming into jail sporting a swimsuit that tells viewers he’s a prisoner awaiting trial. Although attempting his greatest to place up a very good entrance, the look on his face reveals indicators of worry and helplessness. How can he not when all of the prisoners’ eyes are on him like he’s contemporary meat in a tiger cage? After all, Jin Ho Gae is the detective with the very best arrest charge and the folks he’s thrown in jail might refill a truck.
The different pictures seize Jin Ho Gae surrounded by prisoners who look massive and difficult. Tension is rising to see how Jin Ho Gae will deal with the fierce confrontation as he fights alone towards a big group of inmates who’re greater than desperate to get to him. Questions are additionally mounting over how Jin Ho Gae can get out of this sticky scenario when all of the proof seems to be pointing at him because the wrongdoer, and what the actual cause is behind Jin Ho Gae being suspected as a assassin and arsonist.
The manufacturing group remarked, “The sixth episode, which will air on December 2, will depict Jin Ho Gae’s turbulent entry into jail,” including, “Please don’t miss it because it will present Kim Rae Won’s stellar performance and an unconventional story that will keep you guessing.”
Episode 6 of “The First Responders” airs on December 2 at 9:50 p.m. KST.
While ready, watch Kim Rae Won in “Doctors“:
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