OCN thriller 'Trap' off to good start

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OCN thriller 'Trap' off to good start

OCN's TV series "Trap" has grabbed viewers' attention. Courtesy of OCN

By Dong Sun-hwa

Movie channel OCN's new seven-episode thriller "Trap" is off to a good start with its second episode scoring 3.6 percent viewership, according to Nielsen Korea, Monday. The show beat all other programs aired in the same time slot thanks to its exciting storyline.

The series, starring A-list actor Lee Seo-jin, revolves around a prominent TV news anchorman who falls into an enigmatic trap.

"I have trust in director Lee Jae-kyu and wanted to do what I am doing," said Lee explaining in a press release why he took the role. "The drama will display unexpected twists that some viewers might find shocking."

Lee teamed with the director in the MBC TV series "Damo" in 2003 and in the film "Intimate Strangers" in 2018.

"Trap" is the first part of OCN's "Dramatic Cinema Project" that aims to combine the format of movie and drama.

It airs every Saturday and Sunday at 10:20 p.m. (KST).


OCN's TV series "Trap" has grabbed viewers' attention. Courtesy of OCN

By Dong Sun-hwa

Movie channel OCN's new seven-episode thriller "Trap" is off to a good start with its second episode scoring 3.6 percent viewership, according to Nielsen Korea, Monday. The show beat all other programs aired in the same time slot thanks to its exciting storyline.

The series, starring A-list actor Lee Seo-jin, revolves around a prominent TV news anchorman who falls into an enigmatic trap.

"I have trust in director Lee Jae-kyu and wanted to do what I am doing," said Lee explaining in a press release why he took the role. "The drama will display unexpected twists that some viewers might find shocking."

Lee teamed with the director in the MBC TV series "Damo" in 2003 and in the film "Intimate Strangers" in 2018.

"Trap" is the first part of OCN's "Dramatic Cinema Project" that aims to combine the format of movie and drama.

It airs every Saturday and Sunday at 10:20 p.m. (KST).


Dong Sun-hwa sunhwadong@koreatimes.co.kr


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