3 Key Takeaways from Upcoming Coupang Play Original Series ‘One Ordinary Day’

One Ordinary Day
One Ordinary Day
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Coupang Play original series One Ordinary Day is an 8-part hardcore crime drama. It depicts the fierce survival of a college student who becomes a murder suspect overnight and the lawyer who doesn’t ask the truth. Ahead of the premiere, the production team revealed the three attractive features to look for.

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1. The opposite attitude towards the case

Kim Hyun Soo (Kim Soo Hyun) became a murder suspect after one night of deviation. As he panics at the situation he faces, lawyer Shin Joong Han (Cha Seung Won) offers to join hands. As shown in the teasers, Kim continues to look frightened and expresses his anxiety, while Shin tries to control him with his calm attitude. The two show clearly opposite attitudes towards the case. What kind of chaos will the difference bring about?

2. The struggle of the weakest prisoner and third-rate lawyer

Kim and Shin, who clearly have different ages, looks, and jobs, have one thing in common, survival. Kim, who went from being a college student to a murder suspect, needs to survive inside the prison. On the other hand, Shin has to struggle in the courtroom, trying to defend his client.


3. Can the two become one team and show “bromance”?

Kim and Shin got on the same boat. But Kim only insists on his innocence, and Shin only cares about winning the case. But as more evidence that proves Kim’s guilt appears, the two are expected to engage in a chaotic courtroom battle. What kind of a result will they see? Will the bromance bloom in the process?

Meanwhile, One Ordinary Day will premiere on November 27th at midnight KST. Afterwards, episodes will be released every Saturday and Sunday.


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