The upcoming drama “Let’s Get Grabbed by the Collar” has unveiled new stills featuring Kim Ha Neul and Jang Seung Jo, providing a glimpse into the complex dynamics of their characters.
Adapted from a popular web novel, the thriller centres around investigative reporter Seo Jung Won and ace detective Seol Woo Jae as they collaborate on solving a series of murder cases.
Kim Ha Neul steps into the role of Seo Jung Won, a charismatic reporter and host of the current affairs program “Let’s Get Grabbed by the Collar.”
Her unique style of exposing wrongdoings with sarcastic remarks has garnered widespread popularity. However, her life takes a drastic turn when she becomes a witness to a murder, disrupting both her career and love life.
Jang Seung Jo portrays Jung Won’s husband, Seol Woo Jae, a second-generation chaebol heir and novelist. Despite his seemingly perfect exterior, Woo Jae harbors inner emptiness and darkness. The stability he once envisioned with his wife begins to crumble due to unforeseen events.
In the newly released stills, Seo Jung Won and Seol Woo Jae are captured in happier times, taking pictures on the beach with smiles and affectionate gazes, portraying the image of a blissful newlywed couple.
However, as Jung Won’s career peaks with the shocking murder revelation, their once-idyllic life fractures, and a noticeable rift emerges between the couple.
The final photo hints at a cold atmosphere, emphasizing the emotional distance between Seo Jung Won and Seol Woo Jae. The physical separation symbolizes the unraveling of their relationship.
The production team remarked on the chemistry between Kim Ha Neul and Jang Seung Jo, highlighting their deep engagement during filming. The staff praised their dazzling visuals and passionate commitment to their roles, building anticipation for the compelling narrative the actors will deliver.
As “Let’s Get Grabbed by the Collar” unfolds, viewers can anticipate a gripping exploration of relationships, unraveling mysteries, and the impact of a shocking murder on the lives of its central characters. The drama is set to premiere in March, promising an engaging and suspenseful storyline.