Narco-Saints, directed by The Spy Gone North’s Yoon Jong-bin, stars Ha Jung-woo (Ashfall, Entourage) as protagonist Kang In-su, a quiet businessman. He travels to Suriname for work but finds himself falsely accused by a Korean drug lord operating in the South American nation.
Later, Choi Chang-ho (Park Hae-soo of Squid Game), an agent of the Korean National Intelligence Service, recruits him on a covert mission to capture Jeon Yo-han (Hwang Jung-min of Hush), the leader of a notorious drug gang who moonlights as a preacher to hide his activities.
On September 9, Netflix will host the global premiere of Narco-Saints. View the teaser, which was made available on August 11.
Narco-Saints Cast Members
Yoo Yeon-Seok (Hospital Playlist, Dr. Romantic), Jo Woo-jin (Alienoid, Happiness), and Taiwanese actor Chang Chen (Dune, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) are among the supporting cast members in Narco-Saints.
In other news, Lee Jung-jae, star of Squid Game, recently re-edited an international version of his directorial debut Hunt for a worldwide audience after viewers at the movie’s Cannes premiere “complained that it was hard for them to keep up with the story as they didn’t know about Korean politics in the 1980s.”
Narco-Saints, a new action-thriller series on Netflix, is back. Ha Jung Woo is one of the top South Korean actors to appear in this series.
The first trailer for Netflix’s Narco-Saints was released on Thursday, August 11. This unique television program depicts the tale of a man who becomes involved in the sophisticated drug trade.
Kang In Gu’s perspective illustrates the chase action in the one-minute teaser. In this series, viewers may also witness Jo Woo Jin and Yoo Yeon Seok. The show’s original title was Suriname, but Netflix ultimately changed it to Narco-Saints. Yoon Jong Bin, who also worked on The Spy Gone North, wrote and directed the script.
A unique aspect of Narco-Saints is Ha Jung Woo’s most recent drama after his appearance in HIT in 2007.