Takashi Miike’s first Korean drama “Connect” released a teaser, it will launch on Disney+ on December 7

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Trailer released for first Korean drama ‘Connect’ directed by Japanese director Takashi Miike (‘Ichi The Killer’). The immortal body fights the murderer, bringing together elements of violence, horror, and fantasy. It will be launched on Disney+ on December 7 this year, with a total of 6 episodes.

The drama, starring Hae-In Jung, Kyung-pyo Go, and Hye-joon Kim, is based on the Korean webtoon of the same name. After one eye, he learned that the eye was transplanted to a serial murderer, and then he hunted down the murderer alone.

After Hirokazu Koreeda, Takashi Miike is the second Japanese filmmaker to come to Korea to shoot film and television works across the border.

Takashi Miike, known for his “violent aesthetics”, said at the “On Screen” unit exhibition of the Busan International Film Festival held in October this year that the bloody scenes in the play were designed after strict tests, like a show of blood from The scene in the eyes of the characters: “This bloody scene needs to be carefully grasped. It must have a certain emotion and meaning, and you can’t sprinkle blood plasma for the sake of selling blood.”

Takashi Miike's first Korean drama "Connect" released a teaser, it will launch on Disney+ on December 7 | FMV6

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