Character teasers revealed for Kim Kwon, Kim Da-som in ‘He Is Psychometric’

tvN’s He Is Psychometric released video teasers introducing the characters of Kim Kwon and Kim Da-som (better known as Dasom) in the upcoming drama. The teasers were uploaded on the cable network’s YouTube channel and Twitter page on February 9.

He Is Psychometric is another mystery-romance drama from the makers of Oh My Ghost (2015) and Let’s Fight Ghost (2016) and director Kim Byung-soo of the A Korean Odyssey (2017-2018) fame. It stars GOT7’s Park Jin-young (Legend Of The Blue Sea) in the lead role as Lee Ahn—a psychometrist who can see people’s past by merely touching an item they own. Jin-young is joined by Shin Ye-eun who plays Yoon Jae-in, a police officer who is harboring a mysterious secret. Lee Ahn and Yoon Jae-in team up to take the bad guys down.

Kim Kwon (Marry Me Now) plays Kang Sung-moo, Lee Ahn’s childhood friend who once saved his life when he was a child and is now working as a special investigation unit prosecutor. The character teaser below shows Lee Ahn touching Kang Sung-moo’s suit jacket to delve into his memories which reveal Kang as a cold and calculating man in his professional life, who also has a playful side as he is seen playing soccer with children.

In Kim Da-som’s (Band Of Sisters) character teaser, Lee Ahn is shown touching her ID card to read her past. She is Eun Ji-soo, Lee Ahn’s brash and loud friend who knows about his psychometric ability and often asks for his help as a member of a special investigation unit. The shot of her applying lipstick and then rubbing it off depicts her as a ‘girl crush’ character with lots of confidence and sass.

He Is Psychometric will follow Yeo Jin-goo’s The Crowned Clown in March. It will air every Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. KST on tvN.

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