Netflix original series “Somebody” to premiere next month!

The upcoming thriller mystery drama “Somebody” is confirmed to be released this November.

On October 4th, Netflix released the first ever trailer of the upcoming original series “Somebody.” Through the video, it was officially announced that the drama will be available on Netflix starting on November 18th. 

“Somebody” will depict the story of a murder case that involved the social connecting app “Somebody.” The developer and her friends will get intertwined with the mysterious character Sung Yun Oh. 

The upcoming series will be directed by Jung Ji Woo (“Tune in for Love” and “Heart Blackened”) and written by Han Ji Wan (“The Killer’s Shopping List” and “The Ghost Detective”). 

The series will be led by Kim Young Kwang, Kang Hae Lim, Kim Yong Ji, and Kim Soo Yeon. 

The released poster showcases the contrast between Sung Yoon Oh and Kim Sum’s facial expressions. They are also overlapped as if Kim Sum is in Yoon Oh’s head. 

Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4V_NrQIHLKI

In the trailer, it reveals Kim Sum, the genius developer who finds it difficult to communicate, and Yoon Oh who finds victims using the social connecting app Somebody. Yun Oh is full of hatred for the world and humans while Kim Sum got curious about the mysteries happening because of the app. The two then get matched in the app and that’s when the story will unfold.

This will be the first drama of Kim Young Kwang for the year. He will also join the upcoming drama “Tell Me It’s Love” together with Lee Sung Kyung, Sung Joon, Park Jin Ah, and Jang Sung Bum. The actor is also set to appear in the upcoming movies “Broker,” “50 First Dates,” and “Comeback Home.” 

Meanwhile, this will be the comeback drama of Kang Hae Lim after two years. She last starred in the series “Live On.” This is also her first ever leading role since her debut.


Are you going to watch the premiere of “Somebody”?

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