[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
Actor Lee Joon-hyuk compared his previous drama “Stranger” and “Dark Hole.”
On the afternoon of the 26th, a production presentation of OCN’s new original “Dark Hall” (playwright Jeong Yi-do, director Kim Bong-joo, production company idol, co-produced Ascendio, a total of 12 episodes) was held. Director Kim Bong-joo, Kim Ok-bin, Lee Joon-hyuk and Lim Won-hee attended the event, which was broadcast live online in the wake of the spread of COVID-19.
On this day, Lee Joon-hyuk said, “In ‘Stranger’, the lines were really talkative, but in the dark hole, there are not many words and they bump into each other with their bodies. I’ve been thinking about what’s good, but I think it hurts when I hit it with my body,” he said. “Compared to that, there’s no pain in memorizing, but my body hurts a little,” he explained about “Dark Hole” compared to “Secret Forest.”
He then said about his character, “I think it’s attractive to be honest in a very complicated era.” “I think it’ll be comfortable if you’re next to me because you’re a character who acts a lot and thinks less.”
“Dark Hole” is a survival drama about a variety of human beings who drank black smoke from a sinkhole and the miserable survival of those who survived. It is expected to expand the appearance of the genre once again with materials that have not been seen in the small screen.
“Dark Hole” is directed by Kim Bong-joo, who showed the essence of a chase thriller full of shock and twists through the movie “The Phone,” and written by Jeong Do, who gave a frightening suspense with “Save Me 1” and “Others Are Hell.”
“Dark Hole” will premiere at 10:50 p.m. on Friday night on the 30th, when the time zone will be moved from the existing Saturday-Sunday arrangement to Friday-Thursday, and can be seen together on tvN.
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