[Oh! Tote] From ‘Seonsan’ to ‘LTNS’ to ‘Sejak’… New dramas are pouring in

Introducing hot new OTT movies worth watching this weekend. The time to worry between too many OTTs and works is over. Daily Sports has carefully selected only the works that make you want to watch them. Please enjoy it alone, with family, friends, lovers, and other people. <Editor’s Note>

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Photo = Provided by Netflix

#Netflix: Seonsan

Yoon Seo-ha (Kim Hyun-joo) inherits Seonsan after the death of her uncle, whom she had forgotten even existed. Suddenly, ominous things begin to happen to him.

‘Seonsan’ is a Netflix series that depicts the story of a series of sinister events that occur when a person inherits a mountain left behind after the death of his uncle, and related secrets are revealed. Director Yeon Sang-ho of the movie ‘Train to Busan’ and the Netflix series ‘Hell’ wrote the script, and director Min Hong-nam, who was the assistant director of ‘Train to Busan’ and ‘Peninsula’, directed it.

The series consists of episodes 1 to 6. The twist that is revealed in the second half is the most interesting part, so make sure to stick with it until the end. Suitable for ages 15 and up. Released on the 19th.

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Photo = Provided by Tving


The events that occur between Woo-jin (Lee Som) and Samuel (Ahn Jae-hong), a couple whose relationship has become estranged in the bitter reality, chase after extramarital couples to make money are highly stimulating. unfolds as As this is a work that attracted a lot of attention during an open talk at the Busan International Film Festival last year, it is expected that viewers will also show interest in the main film.

For Woojin and Samuel, chasing problematic couples is a means of escaping the bleak reality. The story of various human groups seen through the eyes of Woojin and Samuel, who go to any lengths to gather clues, unfolds in a comical way. Suitable for ages 19 and up. Released on the 19th.

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Photo = provided by tvN

#Netflix, TVING: Sejak, The Enchanted

The story unfolds of King Yi-in, who holds a high position but has a lowly heart, and a woman who becomes Sejak (a spy) to bring him down. The drama ‘Sejak, The Bewitched’ starring Jo Jung-seok and Shin Se-kyung will be available on Netflix and TV with its first broadcast on the 21st.

Producer Jo Nam-guk, who was recognized for his solid directing skills with ‘The Model Detective’, and writer Kim Seon-deok, who opened the tvN well-made historical drama legend with ‘The Man Who Became King’, teamed up, and Jo Jung-seok and Shin Se-kyung are deluded. It depicts the story of a king who falls into a state of despair and the cruel fate that comes with encountering a three-shot aimed at his heart. Suitable for ages 15 and up.

Reporter Jeong Jin-young afreeca@edaily.co.kr

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