Lee Kwang Soo, AOA’s Seolhyun, And Jin Hee Kyung Feature In The Main Poster For Their Upcoming Drama “The Killer’s Shopping List”

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tvN has released the main poster for their upcoming comedy-mystery drama “The Killer’s Shopping List”!

The Killer’s Shopping List” is based on a novel of the same name and is written by Kang Ji Young, it is a comedy-mystery thriller about an ordinary neighborhood on the outskirts of Seoul. When a body is found around the an apartment building, a supermarket receipt becomes a key piece of evidence that unleashes the hunt for the killer.

Lee Kwang Soo will star in the drama as Ahn Dae Sung, the son of supermarket owner Jung Myung Sook (to be played by Jin Hee Kyung). He was a genius with impressive memory but his life took a turn for the worse when he’s gotten into an accident around the age of 10. He’s failed the examination to become a public service official for three years in a row and is suffering due to this, his memory is clogging up his brain with useless information.

AOA’s Seolhyun will star in the drama as Ahn Dae Sung’s girlfriend Do Ah Hee, she’s a passionate police officer who has only had eyes for him since she was young. When the body is found, she steps up to catch the culprit.

Jin Hee Kyung will star as Jung Myung Sook, a supermarket owner and Ahn Dae Sung’s fearless mother. She’s very patient and full of love for both her husband who is incompetent but handsome and her son who is foolish by endearing. With her hard work she manages to grow a small store into a large supermarket

The newly released poster shows Ahn Dae Sung, Do Ah Hee, and Jung Myung Sook working together to try and find the culprit from his receipt, the drama’s own title “The Killer’s Shopping List” hints at a major clue, raising our curiosity.

“The Killer’s Shopping List” is set to premiere on April 27.

You can watch the teaser here.

Are you excited to watch this drama?

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By Vicky S.

Hello I am Vicky, I am a senior editor at jazminemedia.com. My favorite K-dramas are Cheese in the Trap and Yumi's Cells. I enjoy covering everything related to kdramas!

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