Park Hae Soo, Yoo Yeon Seok’s Netflix drama ‘Narco Saints’ airs THIS month

Netflix confirms the release date for Park Hae Soo, Yoo Yeon Seok, and Hwang Jung Min’s highly anticipated team-up for “Narco Saints.” The streaming giant took to Instagram to officially announce the premiere of the six-episode series.

Park Hae Soo, Yoo Yeon Seok

(Photo: Park Hae Soo, Yoo Yeon Seok’s Instagram)

Netflix Announces Release Date for ‘Narco Saints’

As quoted by Netflix“Narco Saints” (also known as “Suriname”) is scheduled to be released on September 9, just in time for the first day of the Chuseok holiday.

Additionally, the streaming giant also revealed its official poster that hints at just how intense the upcoming series will be.

Directed by director Yoon Jong Bin of “The Spy Gone North”, “Kundo: Age of the Rampant” and “Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time”, the upcoming action-crime K-drama is based on a true story and revolves around a man who undertakes the secret mission of the National Intelligence Service.


(Photo: Netflix)

Meet the cast of ‘Narco Saints’

Joining Hwang Jung Min, Park Hae Soo, and Yoo Yeon Seok are Jo Woo Jin and Ha Jung Woo, who will be the main characters.

Ha Jung Woo takes on the role of Kang In Goo, a hopeful entrepreneur who started a business in Suriname but ended up entwined with illegal drugs.

Ha Jung Woo

(Photo: Korea Times)

He will be connected to Jeon Yo Hwan, played by Hwang Jung Min, the drug kingpin who controls Suriname.

Hwang Jungmin

(Photo: SEM company Instagram)

“Narco Saints” will be Hwang Jung Min’s return to the small screen after headlining the 2020 novel-based series “Hush” with Girls’ Generation’s YoonA.

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Interestingly, Park Hae Soo, who took on the character of Choi Chang Ho, has joined the six-episode crime action series.

hae soo park

(Photo: Park Hae Soo’s official Instagram)

In the upcoming K-drama, he is the leader of the US National Intelligence Service team and the person who connected Kang In Goo to his plan in hopes of defeating Jeon Yo Hwan.

Park Hae Soo is best known for his role in “Squid Game” as the antagonist Cho Sang Woo, also known as player no. 218 and as Berlin in “Money Heist Korea”.

Joining the star-studded cast is Jo Woo Jin as Byun Gi Tae, who was born in South Korea but raised in China. He is also Hwang Jung Min’s right hand man and the person who does the dirty work.

Lastly, Yoo Yeon Seok will transform into a lawyer named David Park and work alongside Jeon Yo Hwan, acting as the brains behind the syndicate.

Yoo Yeon Seok

(Photo: King Kong via Starship’s Instagram)

“Narco Saints” is his comeback K-drama after the hit medical K-drama “Hospital Playlist” where he played pediatric surgeon Ahn Jung Won.

Interestingly, in addition to the main stars, viewers will also get to see Taiwanese actor Chang Chen and “Green Mothers Club” star Chu Ja Hyun.

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Written by Geca Wills

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