Apple Has Unveiled Its First Korean TV Series, Dr. Brain Arrives in November
Apple TV+ has revealed a trailer for its first Korean series. A video of the fantastic psychological thriller, based on the Korean webcomics Dr. Brain, has appeared on the YouTube channel.
The miniseries were written by Kim Jee-woon, who also directed the show. He is considered one of the leading filmmakers in his country. The main role in the South Korean TV series was played by Lee Sung-kyun, who gained worldwide fame after his role in Bong Joon-ho's film Parasite, released in 2019. The series is set to premiere on November 4, 2021, and was also produced by Bound Entertainment studio, known for Snow Piercer. Additionally, Kakao Entertainment, Studiplex, and Dark Circle Pictures have contributed to the production.
The series is the first Korean-language show developed by the streaming service and it consists of six episodes. The thriller tells the story of a talented scientist who studies the capabilities of the human brain. After his family dies because of a mysterious incident, the hero is ready to go to any lengths to unravel this tragic mystery. To do this, he begins to synchronize his brain with the dead in order to access their memories and find clues.
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