Netflix original series ‘Extracurricular’ drops character posters

Upcoming Korean Netflix original series Extracurricular has unveiled character posters featuring lead actors Kim Dong-hee, Jung Da-bin, Park Joo-hyun, and Nam Yoon-soo.

Extracurricular revolves around a group of high schoolers who become tempted with money and begin committing crimes to earn it. Soon, weird incidents start happening at their school and their surroundings.

The character posters are in black and white, featuring the leads of the show with splotches of black across their faces, like someone purposely tried to destroy a painting. The caption on all the posters reads, “For the wrong answer, I risked my life.”

The first poster features Kim Dong-hee, who is currently making waves through his role in Itaewon Class. He plays Oh Ji-soo, a model student with terrible social skills. He commits an unthinkable crime and turns into a delinquent.

Extracurricular Poster 1 featuring Kim Dong-hee

The second poster features Jung Da-bin (Should We Kiss First) who plays a school bully named Seo Min-hee. She gets entangled in Ji-soo’s crime.

Extracurricular Poster 2 featuring Jung Da-bin

The third and fourth poster feature actress Park Joo-hyun and actor Nam Yoon-soo, respectively. Park plays Ji-soo’s partner-in-crime Bae Gyu-ri while Nam takes on the role of Ki-tae, Min-hee’s boyfriend who is popular at school.

Extracurricular Poster 3 featuring Park Joo-hyun
Extracurricular Poster 4 featuring Nam Yoon-soo

Extracurricular is helmed by director Kim Jin-min whose past projects include Lawless Lawyer (2018) and The Liar And His Lover (2017). It will be available for streaming on Netflix on April 29.

Extracurricular is the fifth Korean original series to be released by Netflix, following, Kingdom, My First First Love, Love Alarm, and My Holo Love.

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