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[Video] Teaser Trailer released for the upcoming Korean drama "Drama Special - Sirius"

2013/01/06 | Permalink | Source

Teaser Trailer released for the upcoming Korean drama "Drama Special - Sirius"

"Drama Special - Sirius" (2013)

Directed by Mo Wan-il

Written by Won Ri-oh

With Seo Jun-young, Seo Jun-young, Ryu Seung-soo, Uhm Hyun-kyung, Jo Woo-ri, Shin Jung-geun,...

4 episodes - Sun 23:45
23rd part of the "Drama Special" series season 3

Synopsis
Part 1
Chief of detective elite Do Sin-woo passes the bar exam and decides to become a policeman. He orders detectives old enough to be his father and risks his life to investigate a drug case. Usually he is cold hearted but he is persistent about the drug case. What he is going after now is the smuggling of drugs under the cover of ocean trash. In the middle of it is Ko Seok-min the owner of Shasha Room Salon. Sin-woo is tipped off that Ko Seok-min is trading solid drugs in the shape of ice pretending to be a food processing company for marine products. Looking for a wholesale arrest, the day to crash Ko Seok-min's factory comes. He corners the suspect under definite information but Sin-woo meets his twin brother there and everything changes.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2013/01/06

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