Park Jung-won, Jang Ryul to appear in OCN’s upcoming drama ‘Train’

We will be seeing Park Jung-won and Jang Ryul in OCN’s upcoming series, Train!

The new OCN mystery drama features two parallel worlds where a detective fights to solve his dead lover’s murder case and protect her living doppelganger in the other world.

Train, directed by Ryu Seung-jin and penned by Park Ga-yeon, will feature stars Yoon Shi-yoon (Psychopath Diary), Kyung Soo-jin (Joseon Survival), and Shin So-yul (Big Issue). It will air 12 episodes, with each lasting approximately 60 minutes.

Park Jung-won will play Park Min-kyung, the girlfriend of a murder suspect. She will play an important role by helping Seo Do-won (Yoon Shi-yoon) solve the serial murder case.

Meanwhile, Jang Ryul will also have two roles in the show, like the main characters. He will play the second generation chaebol heir Park Tae-kyung in one world, who will also exist in the other world with a different identity. He will inevitably clash with Do-won.

Park, who was last seen in tvN’s Drama Stage – I Object (2020), has impressed viewers with her performances in the past. She also previously appeared in another OCN series, Priest (2018–2019). Park, who continues to be active in the industry, is looking forward to seeing what her character will look like in the new series.

Jang Ryul, on the other hand, has also been participating in popular series over the years such as My Mister (2018), Lawless Lawyer (2018), and Arthdal Chronicles (2019). He last starred in SBS’s Secret Boutique last year.

Train will premiere on July 11 at 10:30 p.m. KST, taking over the Saturday and Sunday slot currently occupied by Team Bulldog: Off-duty Investigation.

In the meantime, you can check out the drama’s highlight video here.

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