[Daily Economy Star Today Reporter Yang So-young]
Choi Jin-hyuk and Park Joo-hyun show off a pleasant and plump chemistry through ‘Zombie Detective’.
KBS2’s new moon drama ‘Zombie Detective’ (directed by Sim Jae-hyun, playwright Baek Eun-jin, production Raemong Lane), which is scheduled to air in the second half of this year, is a human comedy drama in which the zombies of the second year of resurrection are struggling to find their past.
In the play, Choi Jin-hyuk and Park Joo-hyun each play a role as a writer Kim Moo-young, a second-year reincarnation adapting to the human world, and ‘Gong Seon-ji’, a public affairs prosecution program full of attitude. The two will present coolness to a society full of injustice, and show a delightful catharsis, and give a cool laugh in the home theater.
The public photographs include a public park trying to make eye contact with a smile, and Kim Moo-young avoiding gaze as if it is annoying. Choi Jin-hyuk’s human-looking expression and Park Joo-hyun’s bright energy make a pleasant flow. The two, full of justice, are expected to show off their breath by playing as zombies Sherlock and Watson, as they are in contact with an American investigation. Indeed, they stimulate unpredictable curiosity as to how the first button of the relationship will be stitched together and whether two different beings can go together safely.
In addition, Choi Jin-hyuk, wearing a felt hat and a leather jacket, is completely transformed into a detective. In addition, it appears as a’new concept zombie’, which boasts a dandy and clean appearance, which adds to the expectation of the ‘Zomme Fatal’ zombie character that has never been seen anywhere.
‘Zombie Detective’, which will bring a different kind of fun with zombie water like never before, is set for the first broadcast in the second half of the year.
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