Korean Stars Suzy & Lee Seung Gi's Spy K-Drama 'Vagabond' Drops First Trailer
Korean stars Suzy and Lee Seung Gi are doing a lot of action stunts for their upcoming spy drama Vagabond. The TV series has released its first trailer and it is indeed an action and drama-packed show that K-drama fans should not miss.
Vagabond follows the story of a stuntman, Cha Gun (Lee Seung Gi), whose dream is to become a world famous action actor. He survives a plane crash that killed over 200 people, including his nephew. Cha Gun discovers that tragedy could have been caused by a conspiracy.
The incident changes his life when he started to find answer behind the mysterious plane crash. As he does so, Cha Gun uncovers that the tragedy is connected to a national corruption case.
Cha Gun's live gets entangle with NIS agent Go Hae Ri, a daughter of a marine who was killed during a mission. Hae Ri just wants to be an ordinary agent but later on, she becomes a covert operative of the National Intelligence Service.
In the teaser, Cha Gun is seen being chased by a group of men, possibly from NIS. It looks like Go Hae Ri will help Cha Gun in his mission to find the truth about the plane crash.
The movie started filming in June in Korea and also shoot some scenes in Portugal and Morocco. SBS earlier announced that Vagabond will premiere in May and will air on Wednesday-Thursday time slot. The Last Empress actor Shin Sung Rok also joined the cast as Ki Tae Woong, the head of NIS information team.
Vagabond is a reunion project for Lee and Suzy. They first worked together in 2013 drama Gu Family Book.
Aside from Vagabond, Suzy might also play a lead role in the star-studded movie that is tentatively titled Mount Baekdu. The film stars Mr. Sunshine actor Lee Byung Hun, Along With The Gods star Ha Jung Woo, and Train To Busan actor Ma Dong Seok.
Suzy's agency JYP Entertainment has confirmed that the While You Were Sleeping actress has received an offer to play the wife of Ha Jung Woo's character in the movie. However, Suzy hasn't given her final decision about the project and her agency added that it is just one of the projects that actress is reviewing at present.
Meanwhile, Lee will also set to star in the second season of Netflix's Busted!. In November, it was confirmed that the A Korean Odyssey actor will be joining the cast. It was earlier reported that all of the original cast members would return for the second season except for Running Man star Lee Kwang Soo due to a scheduling conflict.