Park Hae Jin Confirmed To Star In Psychological Thriller Drama Based On Popular Webtoon

Park Hae Jin will be starring as the lead of the new thriller drama “Crime Puzzle” (working title)!

Based on the popular webtoon of the same name, “Crime Puzzle” is a shocking thriller that begins with Han Seung Min, a professor at a police academy, being arrested after confessing to the crime of killing his girlfriend Yoo Hee’s father. The drama will reinterpret the webtoon to make it relevant to the current year of 2020.

The upcoming drama will also feature Yoo Hee, a criminal profiler who reinvestigates Han Seung Min’s case because she can’t believe her lover’s confession. In the process of solving the mystery, “Crime Puzzle” will showcase 10 interviews from Han Seung Min and detailed characterization of those surrounding the two leading figures.

Park Hae Jin will be taking on the role of Han Seung Min, a star professor at the police academy who suddenly rose through the ranks of the world’s criminal psychology field with the thesis he wrote in his 20s. However, with a sudden confession of murder, he becomes confined in prison with a life sentence. Han Seung Min is a mysterious figure who begins a mental game with Yoo Hee, his detective partner, lover, and disciple, in order to steadily solve the crime.

Previously, Park Hae Jin shocked viewers with his acting as the youngest genius psychopath killer Lee Jung Moon in OCN’s “Bad Guys,” and viewers are looking forward to what transformation he’ll make in “Crime Puzzle” after gaining even more experience as an actor.

The upcoming drama will be produced by Studio 329, which produced the YouTube original web drama “Top Management” and upcoming Netflix original “Extracurricular.” “Crime Puzzle” is set to broadcast sometime in the second half of the year.

Recently, Park Hae Jin starred in KBS’s “Forest,” and he is currently gearing up for the premiere of his upcoming MBC Wednesday-Thursday drama “Old School Intern” (working title). Watch a teaser for “Old School Intern” here!

In the meantime, watch Park Hae Jin in “Forest” below:

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