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Suspicious posters for Suspicious Housekeeper

SBS’s Suspicious Housekeeper has whipped up some nice promo posters for the drama set to premiere in another week, which I’m happy about since drama posters so often underwhelm. Choi Ji-woo plays the housekeeper who begins working with a family after the mother dies and helps heal their emotional wounds, though there’s a little something strange about her mysterious persona.

I’d say the posters hit just the right note of, well, suspiciousness — Choi Ji-woo looks like someone you ought to be wary of, but the family isn’t without its own eeriness. We’re not quite in Addams Family territory, but I like the sterile, odd vibe that the composition evokes. Okay, maybe Choi Ji-woo’s shots could have made the housekeeper look a little less like a stalker/criminal, but overall the effect works.

The tagline in the top two posters read, “I’ll do any work you request. I am housekeeper Park Bok-nyeo.” In the bottom poster, it says, “A suspicious housekeeper has appeared in front of this family in crisis!”

Suspicious Housekeeper premieres on Monday, September 23.

Via Ten Asia

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I like the posters. It peaks my interest so I this is subbed I will be checking it out.

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Wow....the posters have an eerie vibe.....good to see something different....

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I wasn't going to watch this but this poster has made me curious...

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*these posters..

also yaye for actually good and intriguing posters...rather than the bland idiotic ones we usually get.

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I like the effect and the vibe of a completely white (READ: pure, clean, innocent) setting and the wardrobe of each of the characters with the hints of black :)

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I'll try to watch this since I already watched the japanese version. I must say that I am not a fan of Choi Ji Woo but I like the other actors enough to try it. Hope it will be good.

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Finally, some great posters ;D

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WHERE BE FOOD????

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The family is in crisis, it says.

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oh yes. but shouldnt there at least be ...um... warm water? tea? or did they switch water off as well?

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The housekeeper didn't serve it. Hmm... very suspicious. haha

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haha!!

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They're waiting for the pizza delivery boy who is suspiciously late...

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LOL you guys are so funny. So lack of food is the crisis huh.

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but they sure don´t seem to lack hair care products. They are suspiciously dapper. or maybe they rub their hair against porcelain.

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Whe Choi Ji Woo wore that look on 'Running Man' they said she looked like a vacationer on a week-end trip from Seoul, out to get her morning oatmeal. Apparently it worked so well for her she decided to use it for her new series.

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Finally not a cliche drama poster! I like! :D

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I would say that the "suspicious look" on the poster (and in most k-dramas) is about as cliché as you can get. :D

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Not talking about the first poster. kkk :D

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I think I'm so used to sponsors/product placements that I know look at the logos to see if the characters will end up in cafés, at international fastfoods or some national (or Asian?) chicken restaurants. "Donut" place it is for this time!

I think the posters keep the feeling the jdrama had ('cause the housekeeper tended to be creepy). Let's see if the show is the same or if it adds too many kdrama stuff that spoils the plot.

I just can't get my head around the table in the last poster: something's weird about it (and not just because the plates are empty), like it's curved or something.

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Haha now that you mention it, I can see what you mean by the table curve ;D

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Yeah, the posters are really well done when giving that creepy vibe. I agree about that table. I spent a good minute staring at it, trying to figure out if it was straight or curved or if my eyes were playing tricks on me.

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They are saying 'there's something fishy here' by applying that circular fisheye effect.

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Oh, we even know what phones they'll be using even if they are in crisis!

My phone recently broke and I'm still in crisis mode, so old reliable Nokia it is for me till I get a job

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Thank goodness someone else noticed that the table curves. I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me.
Even this family's table is suspicious, ha!

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How suspiciously suspicious.

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I am actually rather suspicious of your suspicions.

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I suspect your suspiciousness.

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LOL.

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The second poster is kinda creepy. It already gives off the same vibes as the jdrama. With more....and longer episodes, I'm curious about how this will turn out.

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The poster shouldn't have included those shoes...

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Well, I wasn't sold on the premise alone but the posters have certainly piqued my interest. Those kids look so... idk. can't think of the right word to describe it :|

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So, dark Mary Poppins then?

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LSJ looks so different in the 2nd poster, I almost didn't recognize him. My interest and my curiosity are piqued, that's for sure. I hope the drama will be good, and will stay good till the end.

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Yeah, I was looking at these yesterday thinking--wow, these re cool. The second one reminds me of one of the posters for Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (actually come to think of it one of the posters for Master's Sun does, too--I wonder if someone out there has been watching Park Chan Wook movies, lol).

Looks cool--makes me interested in the show, definitely.

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Dunno why, but the posters seem to have a japanese vibe to them. Especially the last one. I'm actually excited for this series.

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Well if the house keeper doenst stay with the father im not in ! And in the original story of this adaptation she leaces so ! NOT intrested !

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Maybe that's because they are based on a Japanes drama

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Choi Ji Woo always brings back memories of my first kdramas...

and i like the color scheme of the 2nd poster. white and black, clean and crisp-- something eerie behind it for sure.

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I'm really excited about this! I liked the premise and some of the elements of the Japanese drama, but didn't enjoy the execution -- wound up quitting it just a few episodes in.

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she is dressed EXACTLY the same as in the original. I am curious how they handle this show because the original is super dark in tone, in a really Japanese kind of way. I don't know how this will hold up in a Korean 2 eps a week format in a market that is so ratings sensitive. It's totally an "all or nothing" kind of show, so if they start trying to tweak the story midway it's gonna be a mess.

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Yeah, the Choi Ji-woo posters look exactly the same as the j-dorama. I like the family poster. I think that's an original (as in the j-dorama doesn't have it).

The “I’ll do any work you request." tag line is quite literal, you know. She'll do anything (really, anything), as long as it's a work order.

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Yep, even the dressing is similar to the role played in the J-drama. However, in terms of eeriness, I don't know how much it will succeed. Maybe they might change some of the storylines concerning the family members as it is for ages 15 and above.

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Exactly.

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Yeah, the main point of the j-drama was that she was soooo extreme, you were hooked waiting for her next move, and then laughing or crying or getting scared, haha!! and in the end it was hearthwarming after all.
I'm curious to see which tone they are seeking in this version...it doesn't seem that a change in the characters will benefit the story.

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The posters look very interesting. Especially the part where the main actress has the same kind of jacket that I have and yet she looks infinitely better in it than I do. Boo hoo.

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Let's hope she's just mysterious and there's no evil to her character. Right now the written description reminds me of Mrs. Danvers, the scary housekeeper in the Gothic film, Rebecca.

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her outfit reminds me of ahjumma janitor in IMY..hoho..really suspicious..
will looking forward this drama..

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not a fan of remaking drama, so I don't think I will watch it

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This is fascinating; now I'm looking forward to it not just because of the actors, but the promise of the posters as well. Looks like it's going to be good!

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Yeah. So what's in the valise, Park Bok Nyeo? Hmmm....

That second poster is almost chilling, actually. It's so...stark.
There's a bleakness to the white, white dinner table so devoid of prerequisite nourishment. And the identically sterile expression on each and every face... I do have to say though, that my interest is peaked.

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I've decided to watch the Japanese version and will probably watch this version too. I recently did that with Queen's Classroom. While the K version was well done, the J version was defiantly darker in tone.

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that's what I did. I watched the first few eps when the Japanese version came out, but lost track of the story. I just went back this week and watched the rest of it. The last 1/3rd goes to a really dark place. It's pretty good, but is a bit disturbing.

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This is part comedy, right? Because I am laughing so hard with the Japanese one. specially on the scene where she recited all the AKB48 members. LOL.

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the two brothers look alike that they could really pass as real brothers...

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in kaseifu no mita, the actors portraying the 2nd and 3rd child of the family was born same year (1998), while here in the korean version, the 1st and 2nd child in real life was born same year (1999) too :)

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Love the white and black dynamic!
Glad Wang Ji Hye is back in the business as well:)

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Could this be Lee Sung Jae's first non villain role since Poseidon?!

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He wasn't playing villain in Rascal Sons..which aired after Poisedon.
He can do both sides well, IMO.

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Ahhh!! It reminded me of the japanese version, she looks exactly the same! *-*
Mita-san was the best!! I think I'm rewatching it these days, and I hope the corean version is also good so I can enjoy double :D

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downloading the japanese version i hope they will reach my expectations

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... hah... first thought seeing the first pic : " Jang Tae-San with his long hair wig!!!?"

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I've watched the Japanese version. It is awesome. let's see if the Korean version will bring something new to the story. I also like the eerie feel because this is how it is in the Japanese original

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I hope they make some references to the sound the music. I'd like this drama to be like that movie, I just love it. But actually, i don't think it will be like that, the characters don't look naive and cheerful as in that movie. Is this a suspense drama? It seems to be...

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I so very doubt this will better the original Japanese one which was one of the best J-dorama I have seen in recent times...but will give it a go.

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love the japanese version.. hope the korean version wont let me down..

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I will keep an open mind. the Japanese version was really good, but I think and hope that kdrama writers will do something different with it. So far, the wardrobe of Mita is exactly the same. Funny how people are already starting to criticize her outfit before they know the character, typical appearance=everything response.

I'm really looking forward to Kim So-hyun performance as the eldest daughter. The jdrama one was written to be very one-dimensional and trope-y. I think she'll bring more depth to this character than the one in the Japanese version.

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i dunno how i'm going to feel about this cuz i watched the japanese version and was completely in love~ hope they can match up to it

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