Disney+ has introduced the premiere date for its upcoming Ok-drama collection Vigilante, starring Nam Joo-hyuk, Lee Joon-hyuk and Yoo Ji-tae.
Primarily based on a webtoon of the identical title, Vigilante will observe the adventures of Kim Ji-young (performed by Nam Joo-hyuk), a mannequin scholar on the Nationwide Police College by day and a vigilante who pursues and punishes criminals by night time.
Ji-young shall be aided in his quests by Cho Kang-ok, performed by Our Beloved Summer season‘s Lee Joon-hyuk, whereas being investigated by detective Jo Heon, portrayed by Yoo Ji-tae of Cash Heist: Korea – Joint Financial Space fame. In the meantime, Kim So-jin stars as a journalist who reviews on the actions of the vigilante.
“It’s best to’ve spent the remainder of your life in repentance. Begin blaming the regulation for letting you go, as a result of I’m going to indicate you what hell is,” Ji-young says in voiceover as he beats up a prison in a brand new teaser for Vigilante.
Detective Jo Heon quickly exhibits up on the scene and remarks that “not anybody can do one thing like this”, trying ominously at an apology on a wall that appears prefer it was written in blood. “He’s a diligent and righteous lunatic”.
“The regulation has did not get criminals to pay for his or her crimes and somebody is utilizing violence to make them pay,” says a broadcast journalist, as she makes use of a telephone to seize a shot of Ji-young working away. “What individuals need now’s a darkish hero like this.”
The teaser then teases the upcoming Ok-drama’s action-packed battle scenes and Ji-young’s double life. “The regulation has loopholes. I’ll shut these loopholes myself,” he says. “That is justice.”
Vigilante will premiere November 8 solely on Disney+.
Final week, Disney+ stated that it could double down on Korean content material, following the success of its authentic superhero Ok-drama, Shifting. The streamer additionally denied that the corporate was slicing its funding within the area.