‘Dr Brain’ Korean series – featuring Lee Sun-kyun gets its debut date!


“Dr Brain”, the Korean-language thrill ride series highlighting “Parasite” star Lee Sun-kyun in the lead spot, will debut on Apple TV Plus on November 4.

‘Dr Brain’, the Korean-language thrill ride series highlighting ‘Parasite’ star Lee Sun-kyun in the lead spot, will debut on November 4. The six-scene series is the main totally Korean-language project at the decoration, detailed.

In view of the well known Korean webtoon of a similar name by Hongjacga, ‘Dr Brain’ follows the splendid cerebrum researcher Sewon (Lee Sun-kyun) who experiences an awful close to home misfortune when his family succumbs to a baffling mishap. Frantic to reveal what occurred, he takes remarkable measures to settle the sad secret by leading “cerebrum adjusts” with the dead to get to their recollections for hints.

Apple has delivered a trailer for the six-scene series, which will debut on Nov 4, with impending scenes being delivered week by week through December 10. “Reality lies to you,” the inscriptions read as we see Sewon hopping into the recollections of his perished friends and family while likewise being researched by the police.

“Dr Brain” is chief delivered, composed, and helmed by Kim Jee-woon, whose coordinating credits incorporate element films like “I Saw The Devil”, “The Age of Shadows” and “The Last Stand”, his Hollywood presentation featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Lee Sun-kyun is most popular for his depiction of self important patriarch of the affluent Park family in the numerous Oscar-winning film “Parasite”. His different credits incorporate movies like “Paju”, “Defenseless”, and famous series “Espresso Prince” and “My Mister”.

“Pachinko” will follow the “deepest desires” of four ages of a Korean migrant family. It highlights famous South Korean entertainers like Oscar victor Youn Yuh-jung (“Minari”), Lee Min-ho and Jung Eun-chae, who rejoin in the wake of cooperating on the 2020 series “The King: Eternal Monarch”, “F9” entertainer Anna Sawai, Jung Woong-in (“Prison Playbook”), and Han Joon-charm.

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