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[Photos] "Wanted" unveils poster of Kim Ah-joong, Ji Hyun-woo and Uhm Tae-woong

2016/06/16 | 668 views | Permalink | Source

The poster for "Wanted" is out.

The poster of Kim Ah-joong holds the message, "Find my child...please". Kim Ah-joong looks like she's going to start crying right away. She's Jeong Hye-in, a mother who lost her child.

Kim Ah-joong, Ji Hyun-woo and Uhm Tae-woong in another posted are looking like they found a dead body in the trunk of a car. They have 10 days given by the kidnapper.

A poster of Kim Ah-joong is also out and it looks like the case is getting deeper and deeper into the maze. The story starts with the kidnapping of Jeong Hye-in's son and it leads to serial killings.

"Wanted" officials say, "It's a drama, but it seems more like a movie. Finding out who the culprit might be is one thing to look forward to".

Source : sports.donga.com/3/al...

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