Kim Soo Hyun In Talks to Star In New Crime Thriller “Finger”

By on November 10, 2020 in Korean Drama, NEWS

Kim Soo Hyun In Talks to Star In New Crime Thriller “Finger”

Kim Soo Hyun is reportedly in talks to star in a new thriller series inspired by American Psycho.

According to the source that first broke the news, A Muse director Jung Ji Woo is currently working on a new Netflix series titled Finger, which is about a famous architect who is a sociopath with dissociative identity disorder.

This would be Kim Soo Hyun’s next TV drama after 2020’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.

The actor’s agency Gold Medalist confirmed that the actor was indeed offered the role, but his team is currently reviewing the offer.

The Hallyu star is best known for starring alongside Jun Ji Hyun in 2014’s My Love from the Star. After his honorable discharged from the military in 2019, Kim had his comeback through Netflix’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.

Source: Korea Star Daily

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  • 2 comments to Kim Soo Hyun In Talks to Star In New Crime Thriller “Finger”

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        @nigel
        That’s what I’ve been saying from the beginning.
        If I wanted KPOP news, Jaynestars would be the last site I’d go to. I think Jaynestars is trying to capture more web traffic as HK entertainment news that this site is known for is pretty much dying/dead.

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