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Mystery builds in second teaser for OCN fantasy drama Missing: The Other Side

In the latest teaser for Missing: The Other Side, lead actor Go Soo (Money Game) wanders between the world of the living and the village of souls. Missing: The Other Side is an upcoming fantasy-mystery drama featuring Go Soo as a smooth-talking conman that gets in over his head with the case of a disappeared corpse. In an attempt to find the truth, Go Soo stumbles upon a village of missing souls.

The teaser begins with Go Soo’s back toward camera, showing the viewer his perspective. In the world of the living, Ahn So-hee (Woohoo Waikiki 2) and Ha Joon (Black Dog), both dressed in all black, search anxiously throughout a dark forest while Go Soo watches.

Suddenly the scene switches, and instead of being in the middle of a dark forest, Go Soo is surrounded by summery green trees budding with bright new leaves. In this world of souls, Go Soo watches as Seo Eun-soo (Legal High) arranges flowers and Song Geon-hee (Mystic Pop-up Bar) drinks tea.

Heo Jun-ho (Kingdom) appears out of nowhere and grabs Go Soo’s shoulder. They enter a black limbo, and Heo Jun-ho desperately tells Go Soo to return: “Go back. This is not a place for you to be.” With an anguished expression, Go Soo asks him, “Why is it only visible to me?”

OCN Saturday-Sunday drama Missing: The Other Side, directed by Min Yeon-hong (Touch) and co-written by Ban Ki-ri (Witch’s Romance) and Jung So-young, will begin airing in August.

Via Xports News

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Does look appealing... And I'm missing Go Soo after Money Game

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This looks interesting!

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Maybe the missing people were riding the bus instead of the Train to Do Won B's world.

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This looks interesting to me already! I'll work past my Go Soo allergy for Heo Joonho, Seo Eunsoo and Ha Joon for this :'D

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Mmmm I want to say it's on my to watch list, but the trailers so far haven't totally caught me. Then again, kdrama trailers don't have a history for being the best indication of a drama's quality.

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