Train tells the extraordinary story of Seo Do-won (Yoon Shi-yoon), a detective who lost his lover at the hands of a serial killer. While setting out to investigate her murder, he ends up in a parallel world and crosses paths with his lover’s counterpart. This time, Do-won vows to protect her at all costs. Meanwhile, Han Seo-kyung (Kyung Soo-jin) is an honorable and expressive prosecutor, who, in the other world, is as an aloof and emotionless detective.
The teaser poster is set on a monochromatic scene of a railway with protagonists Seo Do-won and Han Seo-kyung standing at the center. Under their feet is the English title “TRAIN,” placed in large, bright blue letters along the stretch of the track, which completely contrasts the gray-scale background. Likewise, the Hangul version “트레인” is laid out in a vivid, white block font at the upper right, with the phrase “평행세계 미스터리” (parallel-world mystery) above it, in blue.
Do-won and Seo-kyung are suited up and positioned a few steps away from each other while looking at the misty far end of the rail line. Both appear ready to face whatever is coming their way. This mysterious scene could give rise to a number of theories and questions—Is it just the fog? The headlight of an approaching train? Or is it the gateway to a parallel universe?
Train is helmed by director Ryu Seung-jin of the tvN Drama Stage: Everyone Is There (2020) while screenwriter Park Ga-yeon is tasked of penning its complex tale. The production crew behind the series is currently targeting a July premiere.
For the time being, you may check out Train‘s first teaser here!
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