Yoon Shi-yoon, Kyung Soo-jin, Shin So-yul confirmed for sci-fi drama ‘Train’

Yoon Shi-yoon, Kyung Soo-jin, and Shin So-yul have been confirmed on April 6 as the leading actors of the upcoming OCN sci-fi drama Train.

The new series revolves around a man who sets out to investigate the murder of his loved one and ends up in a parallel world.

Yoon Shi-yoon (Psychopath Diary) has taken on the role of a fearless detective named Seo Do-won. He became the head of a violent crimes team at an early age when he caught a criminal by putting his own life on the line.

Yoon will play two roles in the drama—a man who moves back and forth between two parallel universes to pay for his father’s sins, and a man who leads a dangerous life as a result of those sins.

Kyung Soo-jin (Joseon Survival) will also take on two characters named Han Seo-kyung. She is a righteous prosecutor who speaks her mind and confidently expresses her emotions. But in the parallel world, she is a homicide detective who is aloof and emotionless.

Finally, Shin So-yul (Big Issue) will play a competent forensic investigator named Lee Jung-min. She has been friends with Seo Do-won since elementary school and considers him her first love. At present, she helps him with his investigations.

Train is tentatively scheduled to air in June this year.

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