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Song Seung Heon and Lee Ha Na Will Come Together for ‘Voice 4’

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Voice 4 has cast Song Seung Heon and Lee Ha Na.

Voice 4 is a sound-chasing thriller. That is to say; the series follows 112 emergency call center employees’ lives as they fight against crimes using the sounds they hear. In season 4, the killer with super-hearing skills will show up. The villain will fight against the voice profiler and a principled detective during the golden hour.

Tunnel and Cross director Shin Yong Hwi will helm the production. Voice screenwriter Ma Jin Won pens the script. And Song Seung Heon and Lee Ha Na will turn into the heroes of Voice 4.

The actor, Song, plays Derek Cho. He is a detective who always goes by the book. Still, he saves people in the scenes of death. Derek Cho is the head of the LAPD Gangster Squad and a perfectionist who doesn’t allow mistakes.

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Lee Ha Na will play her recurring role on Voice 4 as Kang Kwon Joo. Her job is voice profiler who listens to the sound of life. After the death of her second partner Do Kang Woo, she suffered PTSD. But she eventually endures the pain and consolidated her position as a team leader. Yet, she confronts the tragedy again when she received a message from a serial killer who has the same hearing ability.

The production team shared, “Song Seung Heon and Lee Ha Na’s casting reassures us already. Song is certainly the best actor for Derek Cho’s role, a man with confident eyes and charisma. We know for sure that Song will bring 200% out the various charms of Derek Cho, who has secrets and pains.”

“Lee Ha Na has always led every season to success by perfectly playing Voice’s heroine Kang Kwon Joo. And she will be leading the 4th season. We will be back with Voice 4 and satisfy the expectations of the viewers who love the drama,” they added.

Meanwhile, OCN’s new weekend drama Voice 4 will premiere in June.

 

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