Actor Lee Do Hyun will take the role of the 20-year-old Shin Ha Kyun in the upcoming JTBC's drama 'Beyond Evil', which will air on February 19.
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"Lee Do Hyun will appear in JTBC's new Friday-Saturday drama 'Beyond Evil' (written by Kim Soo Jin, directed by Shim Na Yeon), which will premiere on February 19," an official from the entertainment industry revealed on February 17.
'Beyond Evil' is a psychological thriller about two men who are like monsters in Manyang. "Who is the monster? Is it you, me, or us?" The characters constantly ask questions, while closely chasing the multifaceted nature of humans behind an incident. The appearance of the two "acting monsters," Shin Ha Kyun and Yeo Jin Goo, is also raising expectations for viewers
Lee Do Hyun is expected to play the younger version of Shin Ha Kyun. Lee Dong Sik, played by Lee Do Hyun and Shin Ha Kyun, is a member of Group 1 of the Manyang Police Station in Munju City. He has a past that he seems to be hiding, raising expectations on how Lee Do Hyun will express his youth.
The production team of 'Beyond Evil' shared, "The story of Lee Dong Shik's past is one of the key points associated with the case of the present. Actor Lee Do Hyun gave us more strength to finish the film with his special appearance as young Lee Dong Shik, who faced a sudden change in his 20s. We invite you to watch the first episode of the series to learn the hidden story behind the shocking case of Lee Dong Shik and the Manyang village 20 years ago."
'Beyond Evil' will be broadcasted at 11 PM KST on February 19 following 'Hush'.