Ha Jeong-woo, Hwang Sun-min, Park Hae-so, Yoo Yeon-seok and Jang Jin, which is not a well-known film and television drama circle super-first-line, actually gathered in this new Netflix drama.
Netflix's upcoming "Suriname" in the second half of the year is the first series of works directed by director Yoon Jong-bin, who is very good at integrating Korean gangster culture + spy drama, this new work is based on a true story creation, telling the Story of a South Korean drug lord who controls the South American country of Suriname, the Korean National Health Agency in order to report the drug lord and launch a secret war, a private entrepreneur out of helplessness to assist in the secret operation and embarked on a life-and-death journey. The drama not only has a strong cast, but also has a short plot of 6 episodes, and it is reported that the production cost is more than 35 billion (korean won).
A few days ago, "Suriname" released the official poster, lush palm trees and blue sky to show the exotic style of South America, in the middle of the poster is a plane, a suspected gangster is welcoming two guests who have just stepped off the plane with open arms. In front of the poster is a little brother holding a weapon in his hand, although the painting style is a romantic blue sky and white clouds, but the whole is full of desire and money, and the more beautiful things are, the more dark and dirty are hidden behind them.
Ha Jeong-woo plays Jiang Renjiu, a folk who gambled his life to participate in the spy war of the National Union; Chun Yao-hwan, who has multiple names such as "The Hidden Emperor" of Suriname, The Great Deception of the Dynasty, and the Godfather of Drugs, is played by Huang Shanmin; There are also Park Hae-so, Cho Woo-jin, and Yoo Yeon-seok, the National Intelligence Agency agent Choi Chang-ho, Chun Yao-hwan's right-hand man Bian Ki-tae, and Chun Yao-hwan's lawyer Park David, as well as the Chinese gangster Chen Zhen (Zhang Zhen) in Surinam, and the big names gather to launch a rare acting showdown.
"Suriname" will be officially launched on Netflix on September 9. I believe that such a large-scale production will become a big hit after it is launched, otherwise I am really sorry for this lineup configuration.