Lee Seung Gi. Bae Suzy. Shin Sung Rok. Netflix. September 20th. Do you really need to know any more??
If you do, watch this teaser!
And in case you need a reminder like I did, here’s the plot description again:
“Cha Dal-gun (Lee Seung-gi) becomes an awakened tiger in the face of his nephew’s death in a mysterious plane crash. As an orphan himself, he had raised his nephew single-handedly in place of his brother who had passed on. Triggered by the large-scale cover up of the incident, he sets off on a journey to discover the truth. Go Hae-ri (Bae Suzy) is the eldest daughter of a marine who died during an operation. She has always wanted to be a normal civil servant to support her family, but life had other plans and she ends up as a National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent. Their lives intertwine as they discover a tangled web of corruption behind the plane crash. “
I’m totally and completely in! What about you, k-fans?
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The Fangirls have been buzzing about this drama since it was announced, and it’s finally here! SQUEEEE! Also, entertain yourself by playing “Where’s Chilbongie?” with the movie poster above. I’ll give you a hint–he’s hidden under a TON of hair, and it looks good.
Join The Fangirls in this mini podcast as they discuss the pros and traumatic cons of Netflix releasing kdramas in the US, as well as The Fangirls’ plans for binge watching the recently completed drama Prison Playbook.Continue reading →