Grid (South Korean TV series)

Grid (Korean그리드; RRGeurideu) is South Korean streaming television series starring Seo Kang-joon, Kim Ah-joong, Kim Mu-yeol, Kim Sung-kyun, and Lee Si-young. It premiered on Disney+ on February 16, 2022, for Asia-pacific subscribers.[2]

Promotional poster
Written byLee Soo-Yeon
Directed by
  • Khan Lee
  • Park Cheol-hwan
  • Kwon Hyuk-chan
Music byKim Jun-seok (Movie Closer)
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of episodes10
Executive producers
  • Bae Jeong-hoon
  • Kim Seong-hee
  • Kim Shin-ah
  • Min Hyun-il
  • Lee Seong-jin
Production companies
  • Ace Factory
  • Arc Media[1]
Original release
  • Disney+ (Star, International)
  • Hulu (United States)
ReleaseFebruary 16 (2022-02-16) –
April 20, 2022 (2022-04-20)

Synopsis edit

A mystery tracking thriller of the General Affairs Bureau and detectives digging into the truth about the mysterious existence that saved mankind in crisis.

Cast edit

Main edit

Supporting edit

  • Jang So-yeon as Choi Sun-wool,[4] the Deputy Director of the Grid Bureau
  • Song Sang-eun as Chae Jong-i,[5] an employee of the Grid Bureau
  • Lee Kyu-hoe as Han Wi-han, the chief security officer of the Grid Bureau
  • Jung Won-joong as the minister of Ministry of Commerce Industry and Energy
  • Kim Hyung-mook as Jo Heung-sik, the Director of the Grid Bureau
  • Kwon Hyuk as a department heads of the Grid Bureau
  • Heo Joon-suk as Major Im Ji-woo,[6] the captain of the Special Squad of the Grid Bureau
  • Kong Sang-a as Kim Min-seon, Sae-ha's mother
  • Jo Hee-bong as Ko Han-seung, Sae-byeok's superior
  • Cha Sun-woo as Jung Him-chan,[7] Sae-byeok's younger brother
  • Lee Seung-cheol as Lee Jang-hyuk, Si-won's foster father who killed by the ghost

Special appearance edit

Production edit

The series is directed by Khan Lee, director of films such as Desert Dream (2007), and written by Lee Soo-eun, who wrote the series Life (2018) and the famous legal drama Stranger.[9] It is produced by Ace Factory, Arc Media, and an original series for the Disney Streaming platform including Disney+'s Star Hub and Hulu.[10][3]

References edit

  1. ^ (January 19, 2022). "디즈니플러스, '비밀의숲' 작가 차기작 '그리드' 2월 단독 공개". 대한민국 IT포털의 중심! 이티뉴스 (in Korean). Retrieved January 28, 2022.
  2. ^ a b c d e Kang, Min-kyung (January 19, 2022). "[공식] 서강준→이시영 '그리드', 2월 16일 공개...웰메이드 K-장르물" [[Official] Seo Kang-jun → Lee Si-young 'Grid', released on February 16th...Well-made K-genre] (in Korean). Ten Asia. Retrieved January 29, 2022 – via Naver.
  3. ^ a b 김보라. "'그리드' 서강준x김아중, 의미심장한 스토리 예고..메인 포스터 공개". (in Korean). Retrieved January 28, 2022.
  4. ^ Cheon, Yoon-hye (February 7, 2022). "장소연, '기상청 사람들'→'그리드' 연이은 출연..2022년도 열일 행보" [Jang So-yeon, 'Meteorological Agency People' → 'Grid' appeared one after another] (in Korean). Herald POP. Retrieved February 7, 2022 – via Naver.
  5. ^ Son, Bong-seok (March 10, 2022). "OTT '그리드' 송상은, 캐릭터 특징 살려낸 '맞춤 연기력'" [OTT 'Grid' Sang-eun Song, 'Customized acting' with character characteristics] (in Korean). Sports Kyunghyang. Retrieved March 10, 2022 – via Naver.
  6. ^ Yoo Byung-chul (April 20, 2022). "그리드' 허준석, 표정으로 전하는 캐릭터 서사…눈 뗄 수 없는 존재감 발산" [Grid’ Heo Jun-seok, a character narrative conveyed through facial expressions… A presence that cannot take your eyes off] (in Korean). Korea Economy TV. Retrieved April 20, 2022 – via Naver.
  7. ^ Ahn, Tae-hyun (November 9, 2021). "'B1A4 바로' 차선우, 디즈니플러스 '그리드' 출연 확정…김아중과 남매 호흡" ['B1A4 Baro' Cha Sun-woo confirmed to appear in Disney Plus' 'Grid'... Kim Ah-joong and brother and sister breathing] (in Korean). News1. Retrieved November 9, 2021 – via Naver.
  8. ^ a b Yeon Hwi-seon (April 21, 2022). "이기홍, '그리드' 마지막 회 꽉 채운 특별출연...히든카드 존재감 폭발" [Ki-hong Lee, a special appearance in the last episode of 'Grid'... Explosions of hidden card presence] (in Korean). OSEN. Retrieved April 21, 2022 – via Naver.
  9. ^ Cho, Ji-young. "'그리드' 서강준X김아중 파격 변신, 장르물 최적화 케미 통할까". Sports Chosun (in Korean). Retrieved February 10, 2022 – via Naver.
  10. ^ "Watch the thrilling teaser for the new Disney+ original K-drama, 'Grid'". NME. January 20, 2022. Archived from the original on January 20, 2022. Retrieved February 10, 2022.

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