Go Soo’s desperate escape unveiled in new stills from ‘Missing: The Other Side’

Upcoming mystery thriller Missing: The Other Side has released new stills of the main character Kim Wook, played by Go Soo.

The new OCN series centers on a mysterious village where the souls of missing people have gathered. A team of misfits attempt to uncover the truth behind the sudden disappearance of these people. The drama will feature stars Go Soo (Money Game), Heo Joon-ho (Kingdom 2), Ahn So-hee (Welcome to Waikiki 2), Ha Joon (Black Dog), Seo Eun-soo (Legal High), and Song Geon-hee (Mystic Pop-up Bar).

The new stills feature a terrified Kim Wook holding a boy tightly as they exit the forest. Kim Wook looks wary, frequently looking back, as if to check who is chasing them. Although scared, Kim Wook is ready to protect the child with him. The child is clinging on to him, amplifying the curiosity about what kind of situation they are in.

Tension rises as Kim Wook and the boy stop running, as if they have reached a dead end. Kim Wook is still very alert, staying on guard and looking at his surroundings. The stills pique the interest of the viewers about who or what is pursuing the two and whether or not they can get out of the village.

The production staff said, “The moment Kim Wook and the boy are desperately trying to escape is going to be an important part that opens the first episode of the series, so please look forward to it.”

The search for the missing bodies will begin on Saturday, August 29, at 10:50 p.m. Missing: The Other Side will replace OCN’s Saturday and Sunday time slot previously occupied by Train.

You can check out the series’ main promo here and its main posters here.

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