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This year’s list will include another exciting Korean drama, A Killer Paradox, which Netflix, a well-known streaming service, recently revealed. The K-Industry has already offered a ton of excellent shows for the year like – Gyeongseong Creature, A Shop for Killers, Long Time No Sex, and the titles included in the Deshi Geek Top 5 list. A Killer Paradox looks to be another fantastic one. A new trailer for a South Korean television series starring Choi Woo-Shik, Son Suk-Ku, and Lee Hee-Joon revealed that it will premiere on February 9, 2024.

Excellent Korean dramas like Death’s Game Part 2, Marry My Husband, and Flower That Blooms at Night will radiate 2024 with romance, action, and revenge. With several new Korean dramas scheduled for premiere and the much-awaited sequels to Squid Game which is Squid Game Season 2 and All of Us Are Dead in development, the remainder of 2024 looks to be very promising. And now the release of A Killer Paradox is going to be the cherry on top.

A Killer Paradox | Official Teaser | Netflix

A Killer Paradox Cast

Choi Woo-Shik as Lee Tang and Son Suk-Ku as Jang Nam-gam are two of the ensemble cast members of A Killer Paradox. Fans are excited about the actors because of the performers’ prior experiences in murder thrillers, as this series is going to introduce thriller and suspense ambience the experiences of the cast members are important no doubt.

That also includes Lee Hee-Joon, Hyun Bong-Shik, Kim Yo-Han, Lee Jae-Woon, and Jeon Hyun-Sook. The other remaining casts are still unknown hoping to get revealed soon enough. The teaser for the show was released on January 11, 2024, and it showed two persons practicing their skills while playing a game of cat and mouse. Choi Woo-Shik plays Lee Tang, a typical, uninterested college student who also works at the grocery store.

A Killer Paradox - Poster - Deshi Geek
A Killer Paradox – Poster – Deshi Geek

About A Killer Paradox

The adaptation of the webtoon Kkomabi into a drama series A Killer Paradox is highly anticipated by fans and new viewers alike. With its original run from July to September 2010 and subsequent recognition at the Korea Content Awards in 2011, the webtoon has already garnered a dedicated following. Those who have read the webtoon or are currently reading it are already familiar with the captivating plot that awaits them in the upcoming series.

The narrative of A Killer Paradox unfolds with the introduction of Lee Tang, an ordinary college student embodied by the talented Choi Woo-Shik. Lee’s seemingly routine life undergoes a startling transformation when, unexpectedly, she becomes entangled in the aftermath of eliminating a disturbed serial killer, unwittingly propelling herself into the role of the detective’s primary suspect.

However, as the investigation progresses, the astute investigator begins to discern an extraordinary aspect of Lee Tang’s capabilities. It becomes evident that Lee possesses a unique skill for identifying malevolent crimes. This revelation prompts a significant shift in the narrative, as the investigator recognizes Lee’s potential to transform into a silent, stealthy hero with a penchant for meting out vengeance upon the perpetrators of heinous acts.

Despite the investigator’s evolving understanding of Lee Tang’s abilities, a recurring theme emerges: each time the detective is on the verge of apprehending the enigmatic hero, Lee Tang manages to elude their grasp. This ongoing escapade adds an element of suspense and unpredictability to the storyline, creating a captivating dynamic between the investigator and the elusive, justice-seeking protagonist.

Nevertheless, this gives rise to an odd desire in him to murder more criminals, putting his morality, desire for atonement, and killer instincts in conflict. The story of A Killer Paradox already gives a similar vibe to Death Note, at least with Light Yagami’s loss of morality when he got the power of Death Note, so anime fans can also relate to the story.

A Killer Paradox | Official Teaser | Netflix

Growing Hype

The buzz surrounding A Killer Paradox primarily stems from the fervent anticipation of fans, particularly those dedicated to the cast members. The prospect of witnessing Choi Woo-Shik and Son Suk-Ku sharing the screen has already ignited excitement among viewers, creating heightened expectations for the upcoming release. Choi’s versatility as an actor, adept at seamlessly portraying both virtuous and villainous characters, positions him as an ideal fit for the nuanced roles within this new dark thriller drama.

The inclusion of a captivating background score has not gone unnoticed by keen-eared, adding an extra layer of allure to A Killer Paradox. The impact of the trailer alone has been substantial, creating a significant ripple of anticipation ahead of the release. Suppose the drama manages to uphold the potential embedded in its original storyline and deliver on the promises hinted at in the trailer. In that case, it stands poised to become a standout production and a major contender for one of the most talked-about dramas of the year.

A Killer Paradox is slated to consist of a concise total of eight episodes, setting it apart from the conventional format of many Netflix original series. Diverging from the customary weekly release pattern, this thriller offers a departure from the norm by potentially dropping all episodes simultaneously. This deviation caters to the preferences of avid thriller enthusiasts and those who appreciate shorter series, providing a compelling option for viewers who prefer not to commit to extensive episode counts.

A Killer Paradox - Still - Deshi Geek
A Killer Paradox – Still – Deshi Geek


A Killer Paradox certainly has cast good actors for the main roles. So, we can at least hope that the experienced actors can deliver their best, unlike some new cast members. Again, the storyline also seems very addicting, as I have mentioned it sure delivered a Death Note vibe at least by the loss of morality of the character and the cat and mouse game. If Netflix doesn’t screw this up, we can be hopeful for a good entertaining drama waiting to be aired this February.


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