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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] An Unwelcome Crowd Gathers in "Possessed" Main Posters

2019/01/15 | 356 views | Permalink

Something sinister lingers in these three new posters for OCN's upcoming 'soul-tracking thriller', "Possessed". The posters show us a duo that's shaping up to be quite the adorable hilarity, but the two don't seem to be alone in this horror-friendly elevator.

First things first, I love that 'tough detective' Kang Pil-seong (Song Sae-byeok) is a giant scaredy cat hiding behind our brave psychic, Hong Seo-jeong (Go Joon-hee). I understand the man completely, as the spirits of the damned are not the kind of culprit he's used to chasing.

The two are looking around for someone, and there's a good reason for that. While we only see the two here, the elevator has stopped with its screen indicating that it has reached maximum capacity. The poster reads "Human and spirit connect ". I like you, "Possessed". I think we can be friends.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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