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iQiyi Brings to the Screen Dashing Duo Lee Dong Wook and Wi Ha Jun in Its Original K-drama Bad and Crazy

iQiyi Brings to the Screen Dashing Duo Lee Dong Wook and Wi Ha Jun in Its Original K-drama Bad and Crazy

Starring heartthrobs Lee Dong Wook (Tale of the Nine Tailed, Guardian: The Lonely and Great God) and Wi Ha Jun (Squid Game, 18 Again, Something in the Rain), the dashing duos are set to make their appearance in iQiyi’s latest Korean drama Bad and Crazy this December. To kickstart this highly anticipated series produced by the team behind The Uncanny Counter, iQiyi released its first ever 15-second concept teaser. Viewers can get a glimpse of the intense, contrasting personalities and ‘bromance’ chemistry between the two lead actors when this series premiere this December across 191 territories, exclusively on iQiyi.

In this teaser, viewers will see a snippet of Lee acting as the Bad and Wi as the Crazy, as these devil-may-care characters showcases their personalities in this action-packed and comedic show. The teaser also shows Wi riding a motorcycle through the streets of Korea and down the stairs at high speed with a carefree Lee riding pillion.

In this show, Lee who plays Ryu Su Yeol is a corrupt cop who is driven only by the hope of a career advancement. After shooting to international fame in Squid Game by acting as the cop, Wi plays ‘K’, who strives to fight injustice solely with his fists. Clad in a red and black leather suit on a speeding bike, Wi is seen assaulting someone dressed in a green sweatsuit. While braking in style, Wi shatters a car’s side window and delivers an uppercut to someone’s jaw before removing his helmet to dazzle viewers with his cheeky boyish grin.

Bad and Crazy promises a drama filled with action, dark comedy, suspense and crime, and is set to take viewers on an entertaining ride. This series is set to premier on December 17, with new episodes simulcasting with Korea on Fridays and Saturdays at 9.50pm (MY) globally across 191 territories on the iQiyi International app and www.iQ.com.
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