‘Beyond Evil’: Release date, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Yen Jin Goo starring JTBC thriller
JTBC’s ‘Beyond Evil’ unveils a story of a quiet town where a serial killer returns after twenty years
‘Beyond Evil’ is all set to drop its first episodes in February and for thriller enthusiasts, this JTBC K-drama promises the most intriguing storyline featuring Shin Ha Kyun and Yeo Jin Goo. From the plot of the crime thriller to the cast details, here is all you need to know.
JTBC’s ‘Beyond Evil’ unveils a story of a quiet town where a serial killer returns after twenty years. Lee Doo Sik played by Shin Ha-Kyun works at a mundane desk job at Manyang Police Station and was once known as a brilliant detective. The story progresses with the transfer of Detective Han Joo-Won played by Yen Jin-goo who will be the new boss of Lee Doo Sik. The two characters will defy all the protocols of law to find the serial killer who has a history with Lee Dong-Sik from twenty years before.
The complex storyline also reveals the personal dynamics of the characters with a fair share of secrets in between them.
‘Beyond Evil’ will release on February 19 and will continue till April 10, 2021. The crime thriller will replace the K-drama ‘Hush’.
Shin Ha Kyun
Shin Ha Kyun plays the role of Lee Do Sik, a detective with a glorious past and an ordinary job in the quiet police station of Manyang. But his mundane life will soon change with a new detective coming as his boss and a serial killer returning after twenty years. The 46-year-old award-winning Korean actor will be returning to the television screen after his last hit series ‘Soul Mechanic’ in KBS2.
Yen Jin Goo will play the role of Han Joo-won, the young new detective who must solve the case of a back on the trail serial killer disrupting the peace of the small town. Jin Goo started his acting career as a child actor and the 23-year-old ‘The Crowned Clown’ star has already won a number of critically acclaimed awards for his iconic roles. Some of his most notable work include films like ‘Shoot Me in the Heart’ (2015), ‘The Long Way Home’ (2015), and ‘Warriors of the Dawn’ and K-dramas, ‘Orange Marmalade’ (2015), ‘The Royal Gambler’ (2016), ‘Circle’ (2017), ‘Reunited Worlds’ (2017), ‘The Crowned Clown’ (2019), ‘My Absolute Boyfriend’ (2019) and ‘Hotel Del Luna’ (2019).
‘Beyond Evil’ is written by ‘The Great Actor’ famed Kim Soo Jin and directed by ‘At Eighteen’ director Shim Na-yeon.
Check out the teasers and trailer of ‘Beyond Evil’ here