Taecyeon, Ha Seok Jin, and Jung Eun Ji find themselves in the process of death in the upcoming tvN drama!

“Blind” is a mystery thriller that depicts the story of people who are unfairly victimized because they are ordinary, and perpetrators who turn a blind eye to unpleasant truths. The story revolves around detectives, judges, law students and jurors.

2PM’s Taecyeon plays Ryu Sung Joon, a violent crime detective who tries to catch criminals. Ha Seok Jin takes on the role of Ryu Sung Joon’s older brother Ryu Sung Hoon, who is also a perfectionist judge. Apink’s Jung Eun Ji plays social worker Jo Eun Ki, who is one of the jurors in a murder trial.

Ahead of the premiere of the drama “Blind,” he unveiled an in-depth trailer that begins eerily with the voice of a struggling victim. Ryu Sung Joon then explains the unique signature characteristic of the murders known as the “Joker Murder Case”. In order to ensure a more rigorous assessment of the upcoming trial, jurors are selected – but it is later revealed that their photographs have been carefully examined by an unknown person, indicating the danger these participants are in.

As the “Joker Murder Case” trial begins, suspect Jung Man Choon (Jun Jin Woo) throws the courtroom into chaos, and Ryu Sung Joon notes that something is wrong with the case. The suspect also manages to steal part of the juror’s directory before ominously warning, “The reason you’re going to die is because of what you did today.”

Now that the trial is over, the real case begins as investigators drift further and further away from the truth. Eventually, brothers Ryu Sung Joon and Ryu Sung Hoon start to suspect each other. Ryu Sung Hoon has always hidden his concerns about his younger brother suppressing violent criminals, so when he begins to recall chaotic old memories, he asks Ryu Sung Joon, “Did you do it? Isn’t there another reason why you became a police officer?”

Jo Eun Ki sounds confused as she asks Ryu Sung Hoon if he doesn’t trust his own brother, while Ryu Sung Joon comments, “Sometimes I have scary dreams, but I don’t know if they’re dreams or memories.”

When Ryu Sung Joon is caught at the crime scene covered in blood, Ryu Sung Hoon’s suspicions seem to be confirmed and more and more evidence comes out against Ryu Sung Joon, sending the “Joker Murder Case” in a whole new direction.

As Ryu Sung Joon struggles with his terrifying memories of the past as well as the accusations against him, Jo Eun Ki pretends to help him by saying, “I’ll try to believe you. Instead, she teams up with Ryu Sung Hoon to chase him down, but Ryu Sung Joon shares his desperation to find the killer. Unaffected, Ryu Sung Hoon declares his own determination, adding, “Even though the real culprit may be you.”

Despite so much evidence and opinions against Ryu Sung Joon, he continues to try his best to uncover the truth. Along with Ryu Sung Hoon and Jo Eun Ki, the three characters dive into this case to find the real culprit hiding behind the hidden truth.

As they begin to join forces, Ryu Sung Joon confidently declares, “They said [the culprit] is in court. The culprit is inside.” Ryu Sung Hoon adds, “The culprit is playing a game right now.” The closer they get to the truth, the more danger these characters find themselves in.

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