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[Hot Takes from the Noonas] First teaser for Choi Jin-hyuk's comeback "Tunnel - Drama"

2017/02/01 | 3271 views | Permalink

It's short and sweet, but the first teaser for "Tunnel - Drama" gives us a hint of things to come for Choi Jin-hyuk's comeback role as an 80s cop who time travels to the present day.

It's good news for fans as we discover that we won't have to sit through 16 hours of Choi Jin-hyuk with terrible 80s hair; just Choi Jin-hyuk with a little less styling than usual. If we're lucky, "Tunnel - Drama" may even turn out to be a great show on top of it. You can't tell from this teaser, but Choi Jin-hyuk plays Park Gwang-ho, a police detective who travels in time from 1986 to save his daughter.

Also starring is Lee Yoo-young as a British-trained Ph.D. with an expertise in serial killers, and Yoon Hyun-min as a cold, elite detective who rarely leaves his desk. N (Cha Hak-yeon) of boy band, Vixx will also appear.

It's been a long wait for Choi Jin-hyuk fans, with his last drama, 2014's "Pride and Prejudice" coming before the start of his army service and subsequent injury. However cute he is, I'd rather not watch Choi Jin-hyuk in a mediocre drama, so here's hoping "Tunnel - Drama" is the kind of suspenseful cop show that we know OCN can deliver.

Love,

Only of Noonas Over Forks

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