Kang Daniel and Chae Soo Bin Flaunt Their Chemistry in New Poster For ‘Rookie Cops’

Kang Daniel Rookie Cops
Credit: The Walt Disney Company Korea
Kang Daniel Rookie Cops
Credit: Walt Disney Company Korea

The new Disney+ original series Rookie Cops released its second poster.

Set to premiere in the first half of 2022, Rookie Cops follows a group of new students entering the police academy to achieve their dreams. The clumsy yet charming 20-year-old rookies are expected to bring laughter and excitement to the viewers.

The newly released poster shares an intriguing glimpse of Kang Daniel and Chae Soo Bin’s fluttering romance filled with their youthful energy. Plus, the caption that reads, “The year we turned twenty, our little world started to change” adds to the excitement of the upcoming show.

The key takeaway of this upcoming series is the romance between Kang Daniel and Chae Soo Bin. It is also notable that this new dama marks Kang Daniel’s acting debut with the male lead role of Wi Seung Hyun, a passionate cop wannabe who cannot stand injustice. In addition, Chae Soo Bin transforms into Go Eun Gang, a lively freshman at the police academy. Although they entered the academy with different goals, they get to spend their wacky and dynamic campus life together. Many are excited to see how the chemistry of these young stars will play out in the series as they will be an unstoppable police duo, squabbling rivals and heart-fluttering love interests of each other.

Source: Walt Disney Company Korea

Translator Changhyun Kim: Hello, K-pop, K-drama, and K-movie lovers! I will provide you with accurate and reliable Korean Entertainment news.

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