TVING’s Upcoming Drama “Island” has begun teasing for its premiere!
The stunning character posters of the original TVing series “Island” featuring Kim Nam Gil, Lee Da Hee, Cha Eun Woo, and Sung Joon have been unveiled.
“Island” is a fantasy action drama based on writers Yoon In Wan and Yang Kyung Il’s popular cartoon, and tells the story of the journey of characters who are destined to fight against evil which tries to destroy the world. It will reinterpret the legends and tales of the beautiful Jeju Island in a modern way
On November 22, “Island” released character posters featuring Kim Nam Gil, Lee Da Hee, Cha Eun Woo, and Sung Joon, which boast a high synchronization with the original work along with strong phrases that contain the narrative of each character to raise curiosity.
Kim Nam Gil plays the role of Ban, who confronts evil that wants to end the world on the Island but is raised as a tragic person who cannot fit in with humans. Ban is a person who has the destiny to protect the world, and he agonizes over what value he should keep even while abandoning himself. In the poster, he transforms into a human and monster and exudes unrivaled charisma. In particular, his sharp eyes aimed at the bottom of the Geumgang River overwhelm the viewers.
Lee Da Hee plays Won Mi Ho, a third-generation chaebol and a teacher. Won Mi Ho lives an unwanted life unconsciously as a fixed-term teacher on Jeju Island without knowing her true fate. In the poster, she is seen as being at the center of fate, attracting attention with her colorful visuals. She stimulates curiosity by asking meaningful questions, such as “Why are they chasing me?”
Cha Eun Woo takes on the role of Yo Han, a hip Catholic priest. He is an important character who has a desperate and dark past and is living with a noble calling to protect life and abolish evil. In the poster, he shows off his visuals in a beautiful priest’s uniform. Along with the lines, “I will protect you” and “That’s my choice,” showing off his determined will to protect life with god’s power.
Sung Joon, who plays Gung Tan abandoned by the world, tried to make an unconventional transformation with long gray hair. In addition, holding the blood-colored sword Geumgangjeo, he catches the eye by giving a melancholy look, with the lines, “As expected, humans should not be trusted.”
Meanwhile, “Island” will be released for the first time on TVing in December and will meet global viewers through Amazon Prime Video, a global OTT.
Are you excited to see them in this drama?