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iQiyi released the main trailer today for crime drama Bad And Crazy, which stars Lee Dong-wook and Wi Ha-jun.
Lee stars as Soo-yeol, a "bad" and materialistic police detective, who begins to fight against social injustice and police corruption when a hidden persona "K", played by Wi, awakens inside him.
Soo-yeol regains his humanity after meeting the righteous but crazy ‘K’. Unable to see eye-to-eye, the two are initially at loggerheads, but eventually Lee and Wi face their foes together.
Lee Dong-wook was recently seen in Tale Of the Nine Tailed, while Wi Ha-jun recently starred in Squid Game as the police officer investigating the shady competition.
In the new trailer, we get a glimpse of a shirtless Lee fighting another shirtless guy.
We also get to see the cute bromance between Lee and Wi's characters, which no doubt will have a lot of fans going gaga and shipping them.
Looking at this trailer, Lee and Wi seem to play different characters, even though, going only by info about the show that's been released by iQiyi, it seems like both characters might be different sides of the same person. I guess we'll have to watch the show to find out.
Also featured in the trailer are Bad And Crazy's other two stars, Han Ji-eun and Cha Hak-yeon.
Han Ji-eun (Be Melodramatic, Lovestruck in the City) plays a narcotics officer Lee Hui Gyeom, who is Soo-yeol’s ex-girlfriend.
Cha Hak-yeon is a kind and earnest junior police officer O Gyeong-tae.
Bad And Crazy marks the third collaboration between iQiyi and Studio Dragon, after My Roommate Is A Gumiho and Shooting Stars. Studio Dragon is known for a number of popular drama series, including The Uncanny Counter and the recently released Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha.
Bad And Crazy, which will premiere on 17 December, will be exclusively available on iQiyi International app or iQ.com in 191 countries and regions, with new episodes dropping at the same time as in South Korea on Fridays and Saturdays at 9.50pm (SGT).
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