OCN’s “Voice 2” will quickly be unveiling their heart-racing pursuits of criminals.
“Voice 2” follows the extraordinary, chaos-filled lives of staff at an emergency name middle as they assist out and examine circumstances. This season of the thriller will comply with voice profiler Kang Kwon Joo (performed by Lee Ha Na) and psychopathic detective Do Kang Woo (performed by Lee Jin Wook), who observes the crime scene by the eyes of the legal.
Ahead of the drama’s premiere, Lee Jin Wook, Lee Ha Na, and director Lee Seung Young have every chosen one factor to look out for in “Voice 2.”
1. Lee Jin Wook – “Look ahead to Do Kang Woo’s distinctive character.”
On his character, Lee Jin Wook commented, “Do Kang Woo is sort of a sharp knife. He seems at a criminal offense scene by the eyes of a legal, and he likes his job of catching criminals.” He picked his personal character as one thing to maintain an eye fixed out for, saying, “As Do Kang Woo joined this season, the construction of the story obtained extra sophisticated. We will present the viewers lots of tense moments, in addition to present them with refreshing catharsis, so please stay up for it.”
2. Lee Ha Na – “The flash judgments and weight of life that creates pressure.”
Lee Ha Na defined, “‘Voice 2’ is a tremendous drama that creates pressure by flash judgments primarily based off of restricted data, in addition to by the burden of life that hangs within the steadiness primarily based on these judgments.” The actress additionally hinted at this pressure by earlier teasers, saying strains comparable to, “There was another person on the scene.” She added, “Please stay up for the synergy between my character and psychopathic detective Do Kang Woo, as they work on violent crimes.”
3. Director Lee Seung Young – “Hasty conclusions, and issues that shouldn’t be predicted.”
The director shared, “‘Voice 2’ used real-life circumstances which might be occurring in Korean society as motives. Our forged and crew sacrificed fairly a bit to point out the method of going through these merciless criminals. I feel due to that, viewers may even develop into offended as they immerse additional into the reality.” He continued, “[Viewers] ought to suppose twice earlier than making hasty conclusions and making predictions about criminals, about victims, and in regards to the case.”
“Voice 2” will air its first episode on August 11 at 10:20 p.m. KST.