‘A Killer Paradox’ to bring popular webtoon to life in style

From left, director Lee Chang-hee, actors Choi Woo-sik, Lee Hee-joon and Son Suk-ku pose during the press conference for the Netflix series, 'A Killer Paradox' held at Mondrian Seoul Itaewon, in Yongsan District, Seoul, Thursday. Courtesy of Netflix

Choi Woo-sik, Son Suk-ku and Lee Hee-joon, the lead actors of Netflix’s new Korean original series, “A Killer Paradox,” expressed confidence in the series, sharing that it will offer a thriller genre story with a stylish twist.Based on the hit webtoon of the same name by Kkomabi, the thriller crime series revolves around an average college student Lee Tang (Choi), who accidentally kills a man. When the victim turns out to be a serial killer, he realizes he has the ability to detect criminals and finds himself caught in an endless cat-and-mouse sportstotozonecom chase with a shrewd detective (Son) who is determined to catch him. Their paths cross with Song-chon, a former detective with twisted beliefs, adding complexity to their chase.

The eight-part series, set to hit the streaming site on Feb. 9, is led by director Lee Chang-hee, whose previous work includes the 2018 thriller film “The Vanished” and the 2019 thriller series “Watch Strangers from Hell.”“It’s trendy. If it (the series) were clothing, it would be high fashion. The director has an extremely unique taste that cannot be defined in a single genre and, of course, so too, the webtoon,” Son said during the press conference for the series, held at Mondrian Seoul Itaewon, in Yongsan District, Seoul, Thursday.“Personally, I’m quite confident that since such a distinctive creator made it, the original webtoon’s fans will be very 스포츠토토존 satisfied (with the adaptation).”

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