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[Photos] "Solomon's Perjury" unveils posters, breathtaking mystery

2016/11/29 | Permalink | Source

The poster of the new JTBC drama "Solomon's Perjury" have been released.

Cho Jae-hyun (Han Kyeong-moon), Kim Hyun-soo (Ko Seo-yeon) and Jang Dong-yoon (Han Ji-hoon) are on the poster and they give off a cold and chilly vibe.

The writing on the poster says, "If grown-ups can't be honest, we'll reveal the truth". The three characters look complex.

Cho Jae-hyun is looking towards Jang Dong-yoon even though he's not the main character of that poster. Kim Hyun-soo and Jang Dong-yoon also seem deeply immersed in their characters already. They will uncover secrets and stories behind the sudden death of Lee So-woo (Seo Young-joo).

"Solomon's Perjury" is a mysterious drama about the growth of young teenagers with a message within the movie.

Meanwhile, "Solomon's Perjury" is a remake of an original Japanese best seller about a bunch of students who set out to find out the truth behind the death of a fellow student. The first episode can be seen on the 9th of December.

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