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Goh Kun-han, 'National Death Penalty Vote' Confirmed... Breathing with Park Hae-jin and Lim Ji-yeon

 

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Actor Goh Geon-han appears in 'National Death Penalty Vote'. SBS' new drama 'National Death Penalty Vote' (Screenwriter Cho Yoon-young/Director Park Shin-woo/Producer Pan Entertainment Co., Ltd., Studio S) is based on a popular webtoon of the same name. It is a public-participation referee drama depicting the story of tracking down the unknown.

 

Goh Geon-han played the role of Inspector Jordan of the Cyber Investigation Department in this drama. A former white hacker who swept the championship in various hacking defense contests held by the National Police Agency and the National Intelligence Service, an MZ investigator who does not care about others. He is the only friend of his colleague Joo-hyun (Lim Ji-yeon) and will show off a new chemistry as a person on the side of Joo-hyun, who has become a spoiled brat.

 

Goh Gun-han, who completed his own series of villains from 'Sweet Home' - 'Those Who Read the Evil Mind' - 'Model Taxi 2', created different villains with solid acting skills and perfect character analysis. In particular, in 'Exemplary Taxi 2', despite its special appearance, it left a strong impression on viewers and gathered topics.

 

Expectations are high on what kind of character transformation Goh Kun-han, who has left a strong presence as a scene-stealer in each of his works and a wide spectrum of acting that crosses good and evil, will show off. Meanwhile, the SBS drama 'National Death Penalty Vote' is broadcast every Thursday at 9:00 PM, starting with the first and second consecutive broadcasts on the night of Thursday, August 10th.

 

 

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News bites: June 29, 2023

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In contrast, SBS will be playing hardball with Park Hae-jin (Showtime Begins), Park Sung-woong (Bloodhounds), and Im Ji-yeon (Lies Hidden in My Garden) in their upcoming thriller National Death Penalty Vote. Broadcasting in a new Thursday time slot, the webtoon-adaptation will be coming to our screens on August 10, with production led by filmmaker Park Shin-woo (White Night) and writer Jo Yoon-young (Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo). [SBS]

 

https://www.dramabeans.com/2023/06/news-bites-june-29-2023/

 

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Park Hae Jin, Lim Ji Yeon, Park Sung Woong, And More Impress At Script Reading For Upcoming Drama

Park Hae Jin, Lim Ji Yeon, Park Sung Woong, And More Impress At Script Reading For Upcoming Drama

 

Upcoming SBS drama “National Death Penalty Vote” (literal title) has shared photos from its script reading!

 

Based on the popular Kakao Webtoon of the same name, “National Death Penalty Vote” asks the question “What is your idea of justice?” and delves into the concept of a nationwide death penalty vote against vicious criminals who deftly manage to escape the law’s blind spots. The truth pursuit drama highlights the story of a figure known as “Gae Tal” who executes the death penalty depending on the results of the vote as well as the police who pursue the justice put forward by Gae Tal.

 

Director Park Shin Woo and writer Jo Yoon Young were present at the script reading along with cast members Park Hae Jin, Park Sung Woong, Lim Ji Yeon, Shin Jung Geun, Kim Yoo Mi, Kim Kwon, Choi Yu Hwa, and more.

 

Park Hae Jin plays Kim Moo Chan, the head of Team 1 of the regional investigation unit at the Southern Provincial Police Agency. He is the youngest man to become the team leader of a regional investigation unit in the shortest period of time, and he is likely to make any interesting case his. Park Hae Jin conveyed the dynamism and depth of the character with powerful focus and energy. He portrayed Kim Moo Chan perfectly—right down to his facial expressions, tone of voice, and eyes—as if he had already done a thorough character analysis.

 

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Warning: mention of sexual assault in the next paragraph. 

Park Sung Woong stars as Kwon Suk Joo, a long-term prison inmate who turned himself in after personally killing the culprit who sexually assaulted his eight-year-old daughter. He was once Korea’s most famous legal expert, and he is still respected as a teacher-like figure and referred to as “professor” within the prison. Park Sung Woong portrayed Kwon Suk Joo, a three-dimensional character who walks the line between good and evil, with unwavering eyes and a deep, low voice that intentionally hides his emotions.

 

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Lim Ji Yeon plays the role of Joo Hyun, a fifth year lieutenant at the Cyber Security Bureau of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. Joo Hyun was once the ace of the Cyber Investigation Team after being specially hired, but now she has become known by everyone to be a nuisance who is always under fire. Lim Ji Yeon, who always captivates viewers with her colorful acting in each acting project, raises anticipation on what kind of acting transformation she will bring this time.

 

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In addition, Kim Yoo Mi, Shin Jung Geun, Kim Kwon, Seo Young Joo, Choi Yu Hwa, and Kwon Ah Reum added solidity to “National Death Penalty Vote” with their powerful performances.

 

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Overall, the atmosphere at the script reading was intense, with the actors fully immersing themselves in their characters without showing any signs of exhaustion throughout the script reading and the production team putting in a lot of effort into details to ensure a high quality project. Between the impressive performance of the cast members and the production team’s effort, viewers are highly anticipating the premiere of “National Death Penalty Vote.”

 

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“National Death Penalty Vote” premieres on August 10 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1597420wpp/park-hae-jin-lim-ji-yeon-park-sung-woong-and-more-impress-at-script-reading-for-upcoming-drama

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by Lily Alice, July 4, 2023
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As the excitement for the upcoming SBS thriller continues to soar, the production team of the K-drama unveiled new stills, featuring Park Hae Jin

Based on the popular webtoon of the same name, which garnered 130 million views, SBS's The Killing Vote follows the gripping story of an anonymous "Dog Mask" who conducts a nationwide poll on death penalties for heinous criminals.

Highly anticipated as one of the standouts for the second half of 2023, this hard-boiled investigative thriller marks a significant endeavor by SBS.

One of the biggest reasons for the public's interest in The Killing Vote is the casting of the three acclaimed actors: Park Hae Jin (playing the role of Kim Moo Chan),  Park Sung Woong (as Kwon Seok Joo), and  Im Ji Yeon (as Joo Hyun). 

Notably, Park Hae Jin is set to portray the rugged and relentless Kim Moo Chan, the leader of Team 1 of the Regional Investigation Unit of the Southern Provincial Police Agency. 

To fuel the anticipation, the production team of The Killing Vote unveiled the first set of stills of Park Hae Jin's character. In the first still, the Cheese in the Trap actor intrigues viewers as he intently gazes at something in a dimly lit room. His piercing eyes raise questions about what he observes and what thrilling adventures will follow. Furthermore, Park Hae Jin's commanding presence on the screen leaves a lasting impression, adding to the excitement surrounding his performance.

 

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Another still showcases Park Hae Jin throwing power-packed punches. As a police officer in the series, he fearlessly embraces powerful action scenes, demonstrating his unwavering dedication to the role. 

 

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Different from his previous roles, which showcased his smart and sophisticated image, Park Hae Jin displays a tough character. Therefore, the audience's expectations for The Killing Vote continue to soar as they eagerly await this new transformation of Park Hae Jin.

The production team of the K-drama commented, "From the very first shoot, Park Hae Jin flawlessly embodies the tough and relentless police character, Kim Moo Chan. Not only does he deliver dynamic action sequences, but he also exhibits leadership that encompasses and guides the overall atmosphere of the set as the protagonist. We could see why Park Hae Jin receives so much love from people and how he delivered numerous hits. Through The Killing Vote, viewers will be able to witness an entirely new side of Park Hae Jin. We kindly request the viewers' continued interest and high expectations".

 

 

https://mydramalist.com/article/park-hae-jin-plays-a-tough-police-officer-in-the-upcoming-action-drama-the-killing-vote

 

 

 

 

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Kwon Ah-reum cast in 'National Death Penalty Vote'

 

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Actress Kwon Areum was cast in the 'National Death Penalty Vote'. On the 3rd, A-reum Kwon's agency S.W.MP said, "A-reum Kwon took on the role of Jumin in the 'National Death Penalty Vote'. We ask for your interest.”

 

The new SBS drama 'National Death Penalty Vote' (Screenwriter Jo Yoon-young/Director Park Shin-woo/Producer Pan Entertainment Co., Ltd., Studio S), which will be broadcasted for the first time on August 10, is a public death penalty vote for vicious criminals and the execution of the death penalty. It is a public participation referee drama depicting the story of tracing the . Park Hae-jin, Park Sung-woong, and Lim Ji-yeon take on the main characters, raising expectations from viewers.

 

Kwon Ah-reum takes on the role of Ju-min, Joo-hyeon's (Lim Ji-yeon) younger sister. Joohyun, whose future hope is a reporter, is a 3rd year student at Seohee High School. She is a person who acts as an apostle of justice in the school under the influence of her older sister who is a police officer. Kwon Areum, who has achieved acting growth in each work, is focusing attention while attempting another transformation through this work.

 

Kwon Areum has been building filmography step by step, going back and forth between the screen and home theater since her debut. On the other hand, 'National Death Penalty Vote' will be broadcast once every Thursday at 9:00 pm, starting with the first and second consecutive broadcasts on Thursday, August 10, 2023.

 

http://www.nbnnews.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=776111

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Park Hae Jin Is A Tough Police Officer In Upcoming Thriller Drama

Jul 5, 2023
 

SBS’s upcoming drama “National Death Penalty Vote” (literal translation) has unveiled stills of Park Hae Jin!

Based on the popular Kakao webtoon of the same name, “National Death Penalty Vote” asks the question “What is your idea of justice?” and delves into the concept of a nationwide death penalty vote against vicious criminals who deftly manage to escape the law’s blind spots. The drama highlights the story of a mysterious figure known as “Dog Mask,” who executes the death penalty depending on the results of the vote, and the police who are pursuing him.

Park Hae Jin plays Kim Moo Chan, the head of Team 1 of the regional investigation unit at the Southern Provincial Police Agency. He is the youngest man to become the team leader of a regional investigation unit in the shortest period of time, and he is eager to make any interesting case his.

In the first photo, Kim Moo Chan stares off into the distance in an unidentified location, illuminated only by a red light in the darkness. His piercing glare adds to viewers’ curiosity about what he might be staring at and what tense situation will ensue.

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In the next photos, Park Hae Jin exudes a rough and tough charisma as Kim Moo Chan that is 180 degrees different from his dandy and sophisticated image in his past works. Viewers can looking forward to seeing a dramatic transformation by Park Hae Jin in “National Death Penalty Vote.”

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The production team of “National Death Penalty Vote” commented, “Park Hae Jin perfectly portrayed the character of Kim Moo Chan, a rough and reckless police officer, from the very first shoot. Not only did he perform fearlessly in the action scenes, but he also showed great leadership as the protagonist and set the mood of the entire set. It was easy to see why Park Hae Jin is so beloved by the public and why he has many hit works. You will be able to see a new Park Hae Jin, who is 180 degrees different from the Park Hae Jin you’ve seen up until now, in ‘National Death Penalty Vote.’ We ask for your interest and anticipation.”

“National Death Penalty Vote” premieres on August 10 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1598348wpp/park-hae-jin-is-a-tough-police-officer-in-upcoming-thriller-drama

 

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by Lily Alice, July 5, 2023
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On July 5, the production team of the K-drama unveiled the first set of stills of Park Sung Woong from SBS's upcoming thriller The Killing Vote.

The Killing Vote follows the gripping story of an anonymous "Dog Mask" who conducts a nationwide poll on death penalties for heinous criminals.

One of the biggest reasons for the public's interest in The Killing Vote is the casting of the three acclaimed actors: Park Hae Jin (playing the role of Kim Moo Chan), Park Sung Woong (as Kwon Seok Joo), and Im Ji Yeon (as Joo Hyun). 

In the K-drama, Park Sung Woong portrays Kwon Seok Joo, who kills the man who assaulted his 8-year-old daughter. He subsequently surrenders himself and serves a lengthy prison sentence. Once a renowned legal scholar in South Korea, Kwon Seok Joo retains his dignity even within the prison walls, where he is referred to as "Professor".

In the recently-released stills, the actor is seen sitting alone in a cell, dressed as a prisoner.

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Just from the stills, one can sense the commanding presence of the Bloodhounds actor in the drama, sparking curiosity and raising expectations.

 

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 Having mostly played rugged and strong characters in various productions, Park Sung Woong is drawing attention to how he will embody the morally ambiguous persona of Kwon Seok Joo, who stands between good and evil.

The production team of The Killing Vote praised Park Sung Woong's performance, stating, "From the very first scene, Park Sung Woong embodied Kwon Seok Joo flawlessly. He skillfully showcased a blend of sharpness and tenderness, intensity and delicacy, and intellectual yet cynical traits. The character presents a unique challenge, but Park Sung Woong's portrayal exceeded our expectations. We urge viewers to anticipate The Killing Vote, a series that allows them to witness the astounding transformation of Park Sung Woong, an esteemed actor in the South Korean entertainment industry".

The Killing Vote will premiere on August 10. The first two episodes will be aired in the premiere week, followed by a weekly release of one episode. 

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Lim Ji Yeon Transforms Into A Police Officer With Nerves Of Steel In Upcoming Crime Thriller Drama “The Killing Vote”

Lim Ji Yeon Transforms Into A Police Officer With Nerves Of Steel In Upcoming Crime Thriller Drama “The Killing Vote”

 
 

SBS’s upcoming drama “The Killing Vote” has released new stills featuring Lim Ji Yeon!

 

Based on a popular Kakao webtoon, “The Killing Vote” asks the question “What is your idea of justice?” and delves into the concept of a nationwide death penalty vote against vicious criminals who deftly manage to escape the law’s blind spots. The drama highlights the story of a mysterious figure known as “Dog Mask,” who executes the death penalty depending on the results of the vote, and the police who are pursuing him.

 

Lim Ji Yeon takes on the role of Joo Hyun, a fifth year lieutenant at the Cyber Security Bureau of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. Joo Hyun was once the ace of the Cyber Investigation Team after being specially hired, but now she has become known by everyone to be a nuisance who is always under fire.

 

In the stills, Joo Hyun is alone in a dark place that appears to be a crime scene. Joo Hyun’s eyes are sharp as she examines the site with a flashlight.

 

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“The Killing Vote” will air every Thursday at 9 p.m. KST after premiering the first two episodes back-to-back on August 10. Stay tuned!

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1598766wpp/lim-ji-yeon-transforms-into-a-police-officer-with-nerves-of-steel-in-upcoming-crime-thriller-drama-the-killing-vote

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by Hazel Jung, July 6, 2023
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SBS Thursday drama The Killing Vote, set to premiere on August 10th, tells the story of a mysterious vigilante group that conducts public votes on whether to execute heinous criminals while tracing the identity of an unknown individual responsible for the kidnappings. This gripping drama, belonging to the renowned genre of SBS, is receiving tremendous attention as a hard-boiled investigative thriller.

Im Ji Yeon, who showcased her acting transformation in Netflix's The Glory and JTBC's Lies Hidden in My Garden, has reached the pinnacle regarding acting prowess and public interest. She promises to showcase another striking performance with The Killing Vote, generating high expectations.

In the drama, Im Ji Yeon portrays Joo Hyun, a 5th-year police officer at the Cyber Safety Bureau of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. She is a witty and fearless detective who fearlessly delves into cases, sometimes with audacity and other times with sharp and delicate approaches.

 

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Regarding this, the production team of The Killing Vote stated, "From the first day of filming, Im Ji Yeon embodied the character of Joo Hyun, the witty and fearless police officer, in every aspect, including her gaze, expressions, and styling. She fully immersed herself in portraying the character, astonishing everyone with her immense focus and concentration. Im Ji Yeon, an actress who fearlessly embraces transformations, has showcased her capabilities. We ask for your high expectations for her radical transformation in The Killing Vote.

The Killing Vote will premiere on August 10th at 9:00 PM and will continue to air every Thursday at the same time.

 

https://mydramalist.com/article/the-killing-vote-im-ji-yeon-stills-revealed-perfect-transformation-into-a-police-officer

 

 

 

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by Lily Alice, July 10, 2023
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The upcoming SBS drama The Killing Vote follows the gripping story of an anonymous "Dog Mask" who conducts a nationwide poll on death penalties for heinous criminals.

The drama boasts a stellar cast, including Park Hae Jin (Kim Moo Chan), Park Sung Woong (Kwon Seok Joo), and Im Ji Yeon (Joo Hyun). 

Anticipation is particularly high for the reunion of Park Hae Jin and Park Sung Woong after six years. The two actors previously showcased fantastic chemistry in the 2017 drama Man to Man. The duo now come to share the screen in the upcoming thriller The Killing Vote.  

Park Hae Jin takes on the role of Kim Moo Chan, the Head of Team 1 of the Southern Provincial  Police Department's regional investigation unit. 

 

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by Lily Alice, July 10, 2023
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The upcoming SBS drama The Killing Vote follows the gripping story of an anonymous "Dog Mask" who conducts a nationwide poll on death penalties for heinous criminals.

The drama boasts a stellar cast, including Park Hae Jin (Kim Moo Chan), Park Sung Woong (Kwon Seok Joo), and Im Ji Yeon (Joo Hyun). 

Anticipation is particularly high for the reunion of Park Hae Jin and Park Sung Woong after six years. The two actors previously showcased fantastic chemistry in the 2017 drama Man to Man. The duo now come to share the screen in the upcoming thriller The Killing Vote.  

Park Hae Jin takes on the role of Kim Moo Chan, the Head of Team 1 of the Southern Provincial  Police Department's regional investigation unit. 

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Kim Moo Chan is known for his exceptional skills in taking over cases, even when they seem unsolvable. By taking on the role of Moo Chan, actor Park Hae Jin sheds his smart and sophisticated image, as portrayed in his previous dramas, to immerse himself in the rough and bold character of a detective.

Park Sung Woong portrays Kwon Seok Joo, a man who kills the perpetrator responsible for sexually assaulting his 8-year-old daughter and subsequently turns himself in, serving a long sentence in prison. 

Park Sung Woong, known for his passionate performances, brings depth to the character.

Kim Moo Chan and Kwon Seok Joo, positioned on opposite sides as a police officer and a prisoner, respectively, become entangled through a particular incident. With their remarkable acting skills, the two actors are expected to deliver exceptional chemistry and elevate the tension within the story.

The production team of the K-drama stated, "The reunion of Park Hae Jin and Park Sung Woong alone is like a treasure. When the two actors shoot scenes together, they passionately discuss and collaborate on their characters and scenes. Their synergy and dedication shine through, leaving the production team amazed and in awe". 

They further added, "Despite their strong friendship off-screen, their on-screen confrontation showcases their extraordinary acting abilities. We request the viewers' attention and anticipation for the exceptional performances of these two actors".

The Killing Vote will premiere on August 10. The first two episodes will be aired in the premiere week, followed by a weekly release of one episode. 

 

https://mydramalist.com/article/park-hae-jin-park-sung-woong-reunite-after-6-years-for-the-killing-vote

 

 

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by Lily Alice, July 11, 2023
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The upcoming SBS drama The Killing Vote follows the gripping story of an anonymous "Dog Mask" who conducts a nationwide poll on death penalties for heinous criminals. 

In The Killing Vote two detectives dedicated to pursuing the "Dog Mask" take center stage. Leading Team 1 of the Southern Provincial Police Department's regional investigation unit is Kim Moo Chan, played by Park Hae Jin; while Im Ji Yeon plays Joo Hyun, a seasoned officer with five years of experience in the Cyber Safety Bureau at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency.

Despite their contrasting investigative styles and personalities, Kim Moo Chan and Joo Hyun share an unwavering determination to uncover the truth behind the "Dog Mask". At times, they collaborate closely, while at other instances, they suspect each other.

On July 11, the production team of The Killing Vote released behind-the-scenes stills, offering a glimpse of the relationship dynamics of Kim Moo Chan and Joo Hyun. In the stills, the two are seen moving individually and together at a location that appears to be the scene of an incident.

 

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The production team commented, "In the drama, Kim Moo Chan and Joo Hyun, as police officers, embark on a joint pursuit of the criminals. As a hard-boiled investigative thriller, the series will deliver an abundance of intense action sequences, fierce mental battles, and nerve-wracking confrontations, all tailored to the unfolding circumstances".

They added, "Park Hae Jin and Im Ji Yeon are exceptionally talented actors who shine even in solo performances. When these two remarkable individuals come together, their dynamic teamwork creates a perfect synergy. We ask for a lot of interest and anticipation for the dynamic teamwork of Park Hae Jin and Im Ji Yeon".

The Killing Vote will premiere on August 10. 

 

https://mydramalist.com/article/park-hae-jin-and-im-ji-yeon-s-character-dynamics-portrayed-in-the-stills-of-the-killing-vote

 

 

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Anything mystery thriler.. I like to check and see. Fav genre.

 

Waiting for this drama. And watch out.. Seo Young Joo might just steal this drama. Good actor tbh  ever since he was like child/teen star.

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Park Hae Jin, Lim Ji Yeon, And Park Sung Woong Have A Complex Relationship In “The Killing Vote”

 

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SBS’s upcoming drama “The Killing Vote” has shared new stills of Park Hae Jin, Lim Ji Yeon, and Park Sung Woong!

 

Based on the popular Kakao webtoon of the same name, “The Killing Vote” asks the question “What is your idea of justice?” and delves into the concept of a nationwide death penalty vote against vicious criminals who deftly manage to escape the law’s blind spots. The drama highlights the story of a mysterious figure known as “Dog Mask,” who executes the death penalty depending on the results of the vote, and the police who are pursuing him.

 

Park Hae Jin plays Kim Moo Chan, the head of Team 1 of the regional investigation unit at the Southern Provincial Police Agency. He is the youngest man to become the team leader of a regional investigation unit in the shortest period of time, and he is eager to make any interesting case his.

 

Lim Ji Yeon plays the role of Joo Hyun, a fifth-year lieutenant at the Cyber Security Bureau of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. Joo Hyun was once the ace of the Cyber Investigation Team after being specially hired, but now she has become known by everyone to be a nuisance who is always under fire.

 

Park Sung Woong stars as Kwon Suk Joo, a long-term prison inmate who turned himself in after personally killing the culprit who sexually assaulted his eight-year-old daughter. He was once Korea’s most famous legal expert, and he is still respected as a teacher-like figure and referred to as “Professor” within the prison.

 

In the drama, there is a complex relationship between Kim Moo Chan, Joo Hyun, and Kwon Suk Joo. Despite their completely different personalities and investigation styles, police officers Kim Moo Chan and Joo Hyun team up with a common goal of tracking down the mysterious “Dog Mask,” who is behind the sudden start of a national death penalty vote.

 

When Kwon Suk Joo is thrust into the spotlight as a result of the new national death penalty vote, Kim Moo Chan, Kwon Suk Joo, and Joo Hyun are thrown into a situation where they can neither fully trust each other nor fully doubt each other.

 

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The production team of “The Killing Vote” commented, “The relationship between the three main characters in the drama will constantly change depending on the situation, which will increase the tension of the story. This requires not only strong individual performances and capabilities from the actors, but also strong chemistry between them as they go back and forth between supporting each other, suspecting each other, and facing off against each other.”

 

They added, “We believe the combination of Park Hae Jin, Park Sung Woong, and Lim Ji Yeon, three ‘trusted’ actors, couldn’t be better. The chemistry between the three actors on set was incredible. Please give [their performances] lots of interest and anticipation.”

 

“The Killing Vote” premieres on August 10 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1600143wpp/park-hae-jin-park-sung-woong-and-lim-ji-yeon-have-a-complex-relationship-in-the-killing-vote

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Park Hae Jin, Lim Ji Yeon, And Park Sung Woong’s Upcoming Drama “The Killing Vote” Unveils Mysterious “Dog Mask” Poster

Jul 13, 2023
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SBS’s upcoming drama “The Killing Vote” starring Park Hae Jin, Lim Ji Yeon, and Park Sung Woong has teased a new poster!

Based on a popular Kakao webtoon, “The Killing Vote” asks the question “What is your idea of justice?” and delves into the concept of a nationwide death penalty vote against vicious criminals who deftly manage to escape the law’s blind spots.

The newly released poster features the upper body of a mysterious person in a black suit who appears to be “Gae Tal” (dog mask), the iconic figure who executes the death penalty depending on the results of a vote. The pure white color of the mask creates great contrast with the dark background, capturing viewers’ attention.

On top of this, the text that reads, “Are you in favor of the death penalty?” raises anticipation for the thrilling stories that the drama will present in the future.

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“The Killing Vote” will premiere on August 10 at 9 p.m. KST.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1600409wpp/park-hae-jin-lim-ji-yeon-and-park-sung-woongs-upcoming-drama-the-killing-vote-unveils-mysterious-dog-mask-poster

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Lim Ji Yeon, Park Hae Jin, And Park Sung Woong Are Ready To Thrill In Upcoming Drama “The Killing Vote”

Jul 17, 2023
by S. Kim
 

SBS’s upcoming drama “The Killing Vote” has teased new stills!

Based on a popular Kakao webtoon, “The Killing Vote” asks the question “What is your idea of justice?” and delves into the concept of a nationwide death penalty vote against vicious criminals who deftly manage to escape the law’s blind spots. The drama highlights the story of a mysterious figure known as “Gae Tal” (dog mask), who executes the death penalty depending on the results of a vote, and the police who are pursuing them.

The shocking setting that the votes from the general public will decide whether to put someone to death or not leaves a great impression on viewers and arouses curiosity at the same time. In particular, those who are subject to the “the killing vote” are identified as vicious criminals in the drama, which adds to the interest.

In order to make viewers get immersed in this shocking and unrealistic setting, the realistic performances of the starring actors are more crucial than anything else. In this regard, the cast lineup of Lim Ji Yeon, Park Hae Jin, and Park Sung Woong is expected to create perfect chemistry.

First of all, Lim Ji Yeon takes on the role of Joo Hyun, a fifth-year lieutenant at the Cyber Security Bureau of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. Joo Hyun was once the ace of the Cyber Investigation Team after being specially hired, but now she has become known by everyone to be a nuisance who is always under fire.

 

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Park Hae Jin plays Kim Moo Chan, the head of Team 1 of the regional investigation unit at the Southern Provincial Police Agency. He is the youngest man to become the team leader of a regional investigation unit in the shortest period of time, and he is eager to make any interesting case his.

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Lastly, Park Sung Woong stars as Kwon Suk Joo, a long-term prison inmate who turned himself in after personally killing the culprit who sexually assaulted his eight-year-old daughter. He was once Korea’s most famous legal expert, and he is still respected as a teacher-like figure and referred to as “Professor” within the prison.

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“The Killing Vote”—all prepared with a shocking setting and storyline, in-depth performances by the actors, and powerful directing that will encompass all of these elements—is set to premiere on August 10 at 9 p.m. KST. Stay tuned!

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1601082wpp/lim-ji-yeon-park-hae-jin-and-park-sung-woong-are-ready-to-thrill-in-upcoming-drama-the-killing-vote

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