Watch: GOT7’s Jinyoung And Shin Ye Eun Are Full Of Secrets In New Suspenseful Preview For “He Is Psychometric”
Upcoming tvN drama “He Is Psychometric” has released a new trailer!
“He Is Psychometric” is about a boy named Ian (played by GOT7’s Jinyoung) who can read others’ secrets through physical contact, and a girl named Yoon Jae In (played by Shin Ye Eun) who’s trying to hide a deep secret.
The teaser begins with a voice reading off of Ian’s rap sheet including the number of his gang fights as well as his days of tardiness, early leave, and absence. He jumps over the school wall with ease as a crowd of female students excitedly scream while watching him.
Yoon Jae In transfers to a different school at the end of her senior year of high school and says hello to her new teacher who’s impressed with her grades. Behind her sweet smile, however, lies a dark past including her father getting dragged away by the police and her getting bullied at school.
In another scene, Ian expresses confidence as he stands in a lab in front of a dead body. After putting his hand on something, he sees a woman attacking someone, her photo on a wall, a clothing tag, a woman in a white lab coat who’s carrying items in a basket, and prosecutor Kang Sung Mo (played by Kim Kwon) smiling at an investigation site.
The trailer continues to show a suspicious event in the past where the floor of an apartment exploded. Eun Ji Soo (played by Dasom) expresses concern that the current case might not be fully resolved like the apartment explosion, but is met with anger when she brings it up to the police.
Someone claims that a witness has turned up and more glimpses of suspicious people and events are shown. Eun Ji Soo asks how much longer he plans on letting Ian be the way he is, and prosecutor Kang Sung Mo (played by Kim Kwon) replies, “Until there’s someone he wants to sincerely use psychometry on.”
The teaser concludes with Ian being chased by Yoon Jae In and getting kicked by her after she accuses of him of being a perverted psycho.
“He Is Psychometric” will premiere on March 11 at 9:30 p.m. KST. Check out the preview below: