Wi Ha Joon Embraces His Wild Character With Straight Man Lee Dong Wook in Posters and Preview for tvN Drama Bad and Crazy

Upcoming tvN drama Bad and Crazy has been coy about what the correlation or relation between the titular bad and crazy two male leads will be but it’s hard not to jump right into the Fight Club references especially since the promos play it up. Clearly Wi Ha Joon‘s crazy dude is Lee Dong Wook‘s bad guy’s subconscious good but uncontrollable alter ego, and knowing it doesn’t ruin the show in the least. It’s about the journey here, to see a morally bankrupt cop suddenly turn good because some crazy dude keeps showing up to force him to, like gosh what our conscience does to each and every one of us on the daily but in less high stakes way. It’s clear Wi Ha Joon is having barrels of fun because why not when he is the Id and has no filter, while Lee Dong Wook is less the uptight straight man as I worried he would be and seems to be embracing the WTF is happening with plenty of energy. The drama looks good on paper and so far in previews so keep on dishing out the Bad and Crazy duo cuz I want more.

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tvN Psychological Procedural Drama Bad and Crazy with Lee Dong Wook and Wi Ha Joon Release Cool Black and White Poster and Script Reading Stills

Upcoming tvN Fri-Sat drama feels like a good combination of momentum, pairing up leading man Lee Dong Wook with rising star actor Wi Ha Joon in a drama synopsis that reads a bit like Fight Club. I’m not saying one … Continue reading

Burberry Holds Star Studded Store Event in Seoul with Han Hyo Joo, Cha Eun Woo, Jung Hae In, Moon Ga Young, and Wi Ha Joon in Attendance

Burberry either has a ton of endorsements in South Korean or it’s just got plenty of sway to lure this many famous faces to attend this week’s event in Seoul at its flagship store. Han Hyo Joo and Moon Ga … Continue reading

Rising Actors Jung Ho Yeon, Wi Ha Joon, and Lee Yoo Mi Rocket Up in Popularity After Squid Game with Multiple Increases on Instagram Followers and Comments

The success of Netflix drama Squid Game is like the gift that keeps on giving, bringing more recognition of Korean dramas worldwide and now also being a platform for rising and/or perennial supporting leads to step up into the broader … Continue reading

Netflix Releases Deadly Child’s Play K-drama Squid Game with Lee Jung Jae and Park Hae Soo

This Friday September 17th is another Netflix K-drama drop, the previous one was the critically acclaimed D.P. (Deserter Pursuit) and this time its Squid Game with Lee Jung Jae and Park Hae Soo plus a bevy of supporting characters some … Continue reading