‘Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food’ follow up ‘Sketch, Jung Ji Hoon x Lee Dong Gun character poster has been released

JTBC newest drama entitled ‘Sketch’ has released its newest posters. ‘Sketch’ is an investigation and full of action drama that told a story of people who work so hard to change the future. A detective who lost his wife will join a woman detective who can draw the future within 72 hours to capture the murders.

The posters showed four faces of the main characters and that is none other than the one who wants to change to future, the one who wants to wants to protect the future, the one can draws the future and the one who aspire the future. The detailed sketch of each character’s face turned the poster into live that made the viewers couldn’t help but putting on high expectation on its first episode.

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First, Kang Dong Soo (Jung Ji Hoon) a tough detective that witnessed the death of his wife in the sketch and struggle to do anything to change the future within 72 hours.

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A special force sergeant Kim Do Jin (Lee Dong Gun), a man who tried to protect the future. Do Jin who failed to protect his wife after he promised her that he will protect her throughout her life looked completely stressed out with words “My Reason to live, what would it be?” on his poster.

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Yoo Si hyun (Lee Sun Bin) a detective who can draw the future through her pencil. She also can draw the future within 72 hours and never missed even once. “Someone is going to die tonight” is written on her poster and she will try he rbest to save other people’s life.

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Last but not least, there is Jang Tae Joon (Jung Jin Young), a man who seek for the future. The background of Tae Joon is still unknown yet he is the man behind Do Jin. The word “The Iceberg is even bigger deep down there” is written on his poster and his mysterious look added the thrill to his secret identity.

‘Sketch’ is set to air on 25th of May at 11 pm after ‘Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food’.

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