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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] First Teaser for "Room No.9" Takes Us to the Beginning


The titular room must carry quite the supernatural energy on it, or then the people in it do. The first teaser for upcoming soul-swap drama "Room No.9" is simple, short, and sweet, while at the same time showing us its concept and the three main leads.

In the video, we see Kim Hee-sun's character, Eul Ji-hae-i, filling out the case files for her fellow heroine, Jang Hwa-sa. The prisoner looks nervous, and the narration makes me join her. "That is where it all started", it says. I wonder if this refers to the room, the first meeting of the two women, or both. And what about our mystery man, Gi Yoo-jin (Kim Young-kwang), and his role in their fate?

It's a simple, but effective first little look. I don't really need to see anything but the two ladies facing off for a drama clearly built around that bond. We'll have plenty of time for juicier videos ahead, as "Room No.9" will be premiering on September 29th on tvN.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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