Disney+ Upcoming Drama “Connect” Unveils Chilling Character Posters Featuring Jung Hae In, Go Kyung Pyo And More

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The highly anticipated upcoming Disney+ Drama “Connect” has unveiled its chilling character posters smeared in blood.

On November 21, Disney+ original series “Connect” unveiled the character posters featuring Jung Hae InGo Kyung PyoKim Hye Jun, and Kim Roi Ha who showcased the individuality of their characters.

The poster released, creates a strong impression by combining the faces of each character, the mood they emit, and the rough painting effect as if dark red blood was flowing down. Along with lines that make will you curious about the stories of each character, “the one who took my eyes,” “the one who helped that person,” and “the one who chased that person,” heightens the mysterious atmosphere. Check out the character posters below!

Upcoming drama “Connect” tells the story about a new race with a body that is immortal, “Connect” Dong Soo, who was kidnapped by organ trafficking organizations and lost one eye, and then chased after the serial killer after learning that his eyes were transplanted to a serial killer who shook Korea.

It is the first Korean drama directed by Takashi Miike, a director who has fandom around the world and makes us look forward to a well-made work with extraordinary sense and unique interpretation.

Actor Jung Hae In, who showed various appearances across genres such as dramas “Something in the Rain,” “One Spring Night,” “D.P.,” “Snowdrop,” the movie “Start-up” and “Tune in for Love,” will lead with an unconventional appearance that has never been shown before in “Connect.” Dong Soo is from a new race called Connect, and he gives a different look while he terribly chases after a serial killer in an unexpected incident and expresses colorful emotional changes on his face.

Go Kyung Pyo, who delivers surprises in all-time synchronization for each transforming character, such as the movie “Decision to Leave,” “Seoul Vibe,” “6/45,” and dramas such as “Reply 1988,” will show an irreplaceable passionate performance as Jin Seop, who happened to have connect eyes. Like Janus’s two faces, Jin Seop, who is a perfect and wonderful colleague at the company but has an unimaginable side inside himself, adds to the tension of the play.

Meanwhile, the Disney+ original series ‘Connect’ is scheduled to be released on December 7, 2022.

Are you excited for this drama?

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