New OCN drama “Bad and Crazy” (literal title) has confirmed a few of its solid members!
“Bad and Crazy” is directed by Yoo Sun Dong and written by Kim Sae Bom, who beforehand labored collectively on the OCN hit drama “The Uncanny Counter.” It is a few protagonist who has lived his complete life as a materialistic police detective, however modifications right into a champion for justice and fights in opposition to police corruption when a hidden persona known as “K” awakens inside him.
As beforehand reported, Lee Dong Wook will play Soo Yeol, a reliable however unhealthy man who’s a senior inspector at a regional police station. He is a materialistic detective who willingly throws away his face and pleasure in entrance of success, and he’s higher at altering his stance than anybody else. However, his life involves a sudden halt when “K” seems in his life.
Wi Ha Joon will take the position of Okay, one of many a number of personas that Soo Yeol possesses. Okay is all about justice, and he will tackle injustice along with his fists. He goals of changing into the final hero of this period, and he would be the lamp in a darkish world filled with wrongdoings.
Han Ji Eun will star as Hee Kyeom, a police lieutenant within the drug investigation workforce at a regional police station. She comes from a rich background and had an excellent schooling, however is taken into account the “black sheep” of the household. She additionally continuously butts heads with Soo Yeol.
The drama’s producers commented, “With just the casting of Lee Dong Wook, Wi Ha Joon, and Han Ji Eun, we take pride that we will give the birth of a unique hero and a refreshing action [drama] that serves justice. The pleasant yet exciting synergy completed by the three actors will give viewers crazy fun and excitement that can only be seen in ‘Bad and Crazy,’ so please look forward to it.”
The drama will premiere in December 2021.
While ready, watch Lee Dong Wook in “Tale of the Nine-Tailed“:
You can even take a look at Han Ji Eun in “Kkondae Intern“:
And watch Wi Ha Joon in “18 Again“:
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