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[Hot Takes from the Noonas] Official posters for Choi Jin-hyuk's comeback, "Tunnel - Drama"

2017/03/01 | 417 views | Permalink

The start of "Tunnel - Drama" is only weeks away and the production team is ramping up the excitement with the release of the official posters.

The posters feature Choi Jin-hyuk as Park Gwang-ho, a police detectiv who travels forward in time from the 80s to the present day to catch a killer and save his daughter. In the present day, he meets coldly analytical detective, Kim Sun-jae (played by Yoon Hyun-min), and a PhD in criminal psychology, Shin Jae-yi (played by Lee Yoo-young). The posters give off a suspenseful vibe, and combined with the recently released teasers, I'm cautiously optimistic about this show.

The latest teaser pits Choi Jin-hyuk's old school cop against Yoon Hyun-min's data-oriented detection skills, while Lee Yoo-young provides the psychological insights. OCN has a pretty good record with crime shows, so I'm looking forward to seeing how this motley crew work together. I'm also looking forward to seeing Choi Jin-hyuk again after his army service and subsequent hiatus; it's been too long since we last saw him on our screens in "Pride and Prejudice".

"Tunnel - Drama" will start airing on March 25, 2017 on OCN on Saturdays and Sundays.

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