The production team of “Blind” has revealed a character relationship chart!

tvN’s upcoming Friday-Saturday drama “Blind” is a mystery thriller that depicts the story of people who have unfairly become victims because they are ordinary and perpetrators who have closed their eyes to the uncomfortable truths. The story centers around detectives, judges, law school students, and jurors.

The relationship chart allows viewers to see at a glance the intertwined relationships of the characters involved in the mysterious serial murder of a jury, stimulating the viewers’ curiosity.

In the chart, from top left to right are the two brothers, Ryu Sung Joon (2PM’s Taecyeon) and Ryu Sung Hoon (Ha Seok Jin), and Jo Eun Ki (Apink’s Jung Eun Ji), who is one of the nine jurors. Detective Ryu Sung Joon and judge Ryu Sung Hoon, who are the sons of Supreme Court justice Ryu Il Ho (Choi Hong Il) and Minister of Welfare nominee Na Gook Hee (Jo Kyung Sook), are on a hunt for the unknown serial killer of the so-called “Joker’s Murder Case” who leaves a brutal signature mark at each crime scene.

Overly motivated and passionate, detective Ryu Sung Joon always makes his older brother Ryu Sung Hoon concerned. The previously released teaser captures the two brothers not being able to trust each other. Anticipation is high for whether these brothers can overcome their distrust and find the culprit.

The chart also depicts the family relationship of Jo Eun Ki, a social worker and juror who is pursuing the truth of the murder case along with Ryu Sung Joon and Ryu Sung Hoon. Growing up with her mother Jo In Sook (Jo Yeon Hee), who took on the responsibility of her family’s livelihood on her own, Jo Eun Ki went through many hurdles in life and became blunt about things. Even when her life is at risk, Jo Eun Ki remains calm. Viewers are curious to find out whether Jo Eun Ki can survive from the unidentified killer who is targeting the jury.

The names and nicknames of the eight jurors involved in the trial of death along with Jo Eun Ki have also been revealed. From top left to right are Kang Young Ki (Kim Ha Kyun), who retired as managing director at a large firm, Bae Chul Ho (Jo Seung Yeon), a producing director of educational programs, Kwon Kyung Ja (Choi Ji Yeon), a famous fortune teller in Eungam neighborhood, and Yeom Hye Jin (Baek Seung Hee), a famous influencer known as “Cocomom.” On the bottom left to right are Choi Soon Gil (Choi Jae Sup), a taxi driver, Ahn Tae Ho (Chae Dong Hyun), a CEO of an architecture company, Charles (Oh Seung Yun), a Japanese restaurant chef, and Jung In Sung (Park Ji Bin), a computer security company assistant. The jurors have strong personalities and diverse professions, adding more anticipation to the drama.

While it is unknown who will become the serial killer’s first target among the nine jurors including Jo Eun Ki, detective Ryu Sung Joon and his colleagues are desperate to catch the real culprit. Under the direction of police chief Yeom Ki Nam (Jung In Ki) and team leader Oh Yeong Guk (Jung Eui Wook), the team members of the fourth branch of the violent crime division at Muyeong Police Station including Ryu Sung Joon will do their best to track down the criminal to prevent further casualties.

Surrounding the jury murder case, there are more characters who have intriguing ties with unknown motivations. On the top are Sergeant Koo (Jung Chan Woo) and Mr. Baek (Kim Bup Rae) who are the members of Hope Welfare Center. On the bottom are Jung Man Choon (Jeon Jin Woo), who is pinned as the prime suspect in Joker’s murder case, In Sung’s mother (Oh Min Ae), who is looking for her missing son, and Kwon Yu Na (Kang Na Eon), a wandering youth. Viewers are curious about the full story of the murder case which links a variety of people regardless of occupation, gender, or age.

Meanwhile, the category of “Five Boys from Hope Welfare Center” at the bottom of the relationship chart leaves unanswered questions. From left to right, unknown characters are called by numbers such as “Boy 7,” “Boy 11,” “Boy 12,” “Boy 13,” and “Boy 24” without names or pictures. This adds more tension to the drama, making viewers speculate what kind of place Hope Welfare Center is and what kind of ties the five boys have with the murder case.

tvN’s “Blind” premieres on September 16 at 10:40 p.m. KST.

In the meantime, watch Jung Eun Ji in “Untouchable” below:

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