A Korean remake of the prominent British series, Undercover fixates a power pair whose perfect wedded life begins to break down because of one excellent deception. Ji Jin-hee (Designated Survivor: 60 Days) suits up as the National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent Han Jeong-Hyeon. During a top-secret goal, Jeong-Hyeon falls in love with Choi Yeon-soo, played by Kim Hyun-Joo (WATCHER), as well as determines to marry her making use of a pen name. Nonetheless, when Yeon-soo gets chosen as chief of the Civil Servant Corruption Investigations Device, Jeong-Hyeon’s background as a knowledge operative resurfaces. Amid their relationship battles, both need to fight disgusting pressures that intimidate to shake their nation to the ground.
JTBC’s Undercover has actually unveiled a new look at lead star Ji Jin-hee as he changes into a representative in the extremely waited for thriller drama.
In the freshly launched poster, Ji Jin-hee overflows with a strange aura as he melts into his character Han Jeong-hyeon. The contrasting effect of the black-and-white tones in the photo seems to stand for Jeong-Hyeon’s two completely various duties– a loving husband and an inside man. He extends his hand to cover his picture, as if doing so would certainly suffice to hide his real identification completely. Nonetheless, the skilled representative in him stubbornly peeks through the gaps in between his fingers and also shots an enormous gaze at the cam, while blood-red letters mean the title at the center as well as the fascinating expression “Vacation is over.”
The production staff behind the upcoming collection said, “There is no doubt about Ji Jin-hee’s acting. Detailed psychological characteristics and explosive emotional acting will combine and bring the spotlight to Han Jeong-Hyeon’s narrative. What exactly will happen to his ordinary and peaceful daily life? Please watch Han Jeong-hyeon as he takes on a new mission in Undercover.”
Undercover is directed by Song Hyeon-Wook of Graceful Friends (2020), while co-penning the script are screenwriters Baek Cheol-Hyeon, Jung Hye-Eun, and also Song Ja-hoon. It is slated to premiere on April 16 at 11 p.m. KST as JTBC’s Friday-Saturday drama, replacing Beyond Evil.