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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] The Brain and Brawn Of "Bad Guys : Vile City"

2017/11/22 | Permalink

The titular bad guys of "Bad Guys : Vile City" come in different forms and this week we get stills and more information for No Geon-pyeong (Kim Moo-yul) and Jang Seong-cheol (Yang Ik-june). Each image in each collage below shows a different mood and demeanor, and forms a certain "vibe" for the characters.

The two men are looking like quite the opposites. Geon-pyeong is more of an everyday man teetering between good and evil and experiencing realistic moral conflicts as the team goes through its work. Seong-cheol is the wild dog of the bunch; an unstable man acting on emotion, rather than rational thought.

Both actors sound quite confident about their choice to be in this work, which is looking quite impressive through the drama's promotion so far. That's no surprise, as the first series was quite good in terms of production value. I hope that our new bad boys will be interesting characters in an engaging story.

With the series premiering on December 16th, we still have some time to go, so I'll be on the lookout for more promotional goodies from "Bad Guys : Vile City".

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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