tvN’s “Blind” has shared an intriguing sneak peek of its next episode!
“Blind” is a new mystery thriller about ordinary people who unfairly become victims of crime—and ordinary people who inadvertently become perpetrators by turning a blind eye to justice.
Taecyeon stars in the drama as Ryu Sung Joon, a detective in the violent crimes unit who is dangerously passionate about his work, while Ha Seok Jin plays his older brother Ryu Sung Hoon, a genius judge who tries to remain as cold and logical as possible when making judgments. Apink’s Jung Eun Ji stars as Jo Eun Ki, a social worker who becomes entangled with the two brothers after being selected as a juror for a murder trial.
On the third episode of “Blind,” when Yeom Hye Jin (Baek Seung Hee)’s body was discovered with the same signature as that of the Joker murder case, Ryu Sung Joon initially assumed hat Jung Man Chun (Jeon Jin Woo) was the culprit. However, Jung Man Chun turned out to have an alibi: at the time when Yeom Hye Jin was being murdered, Jung Man Chun had been holding Jo Eun Ki hostage at her house.
Additionally, Jung Man Chun continued to insist that he was not Baek Ji Eun’s killer, and he even gave Baek Moon Kang (Kim Bup Rae) the name of someone who he claimed was the mastermind behind everything: Jung Yoon Jae.
In newly released stills from the drama’s upcoming fourth episode, Jung Man Chun shows a drastic change in his attitude as he shares a surprising encounter with Ryu Sung Joon. In contrast to his fiery, hostile demeanor from before, Jung Man Chun drops to his knees in desperation as he pleads with the man whom he viciously stabbed not long ago.
During their meeting, the humbled Jung Man Chun attempts to strike up a deal with the detective, offering him vital information that is crucial to solving the Joker murder case.
To find out whether Ryu Sung Joon agrees to Jung Man Chun’s requests in order to obtain the information, catch the next episode of “Blind” on September 24 at 10:40 p.m. KST!
In the meantime, watch Taecyeon in “The Game: Towards Zero” with subtitles below:
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