‘The Tragedy of One’ hints at thrilling, dark tale in new promos

tvN’s upcoming drama The Tragedy of One has released its main poster and character posters.

Based on Rintaro Norizuki’s novel “Ichi no Higeki,” The Tragedy of One tells the stories of the ugly secrets, desires, and salvation of the people living in Royal the Hill, a luxurious sanctuary exclusive to the country’s top 1 percent. The drama stars Ji Jin-hee (Undercover), Yoon Se-ah (Stranger 2), and Kim Hye-eun (Graceful Friends).

In the released black-and-white main poster, Baek Soo-hyeon (Ji Jin-hee), Seo Eun-soo (Yoon Se-ah), and Cha Seo-young (Kim Hye-eun) take center stage. They are lurking behind the shadows while peeking through the gaps of what could be the light of salvation. The words on the poster read, “The moment the truth was swallowed, the tragedy began,” which indicates the birth of an unfortunate event that will shake the characters’ lives.

The Tragedy of One main poster

Similarly, the character posters feature the three main stars, hidden in the shadows, with only the streaks of light showing parts of their faces. Soo-hyeon’s lips are tightly pressed together, a sign that he represses his emotions. In his poster is a phrase that says, “Losing the way.”

The Tragedy of One Ji Jin-hee character poster

Meanwhile, Eun-soo is an image of a true graceful woman who comes from an influential family. However, no matter how perfect her life seems, even she will get swept up by a dark incident. The text in her poster reads, “Standing at the end of the road.”

The Tragedy of One Yoon Se-ah character poster

Lastly, Seo-young stares coldly into the light of truth, with determination evident in her eyes. The statement in her poster reads, “Deviating from the path.”

The Tragedy of One Kim Hye-eun character poster

The Tragedy of One will premiere on August 4 at 10:30 p.m. KST.

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Luna

It was Princess Lulu who first introduced her to Korean dramas but it was Yoon Ji-hoo from Boys Over Flowers who enticed her to stay in K-dramaland. She writes news and features for Kdramapal, which combines two of her most favorite things in the world—writing and K-dramas (look who's living the dream). The name Luna literally translates to "moon" and nothing special; she just likes writing at night.

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