Song Joong Ki Leaves No Room For Negotiation In Latest Teaser Of “Vincenzo”
“Only evil can punish evil,” says Song Joong Ki in the new trailer of highly-anticipated series, Vincenzo.
Slated to premiere this month, the attention commanding trailer preludes to an intense battle between the heroes and the villains.
Vincenzo tells the tale of Vincenzo Cassano (Song Joong-ki) who works as a lawyer to an Italian mafia. He ends up going to Korea and utilizes villainous tactics to take down villains.
Hong Yu Chan (Yoo Jae-myung)’s words about wishing a real monster would appear and take down all of the evil men reveal how formidable the villains truly are. His daughter, lawyer Hong Cha Young (Jeon Yeo-been), joins forces with Vincenzo to fight against the atrocious Babel Group.
However, something doesn’t feel quite right and it looks like there’s plenty of trouble ahead of them as we see Vincenzo point his gun at someone.
While there’s no shortage of evil villains in their way, Vincenzo won’t be going down without a fight and there won’t be any negotiations.
Mark your calendar for Vincenzo’s premiere!
Fueled by a stellar cast, Vincenzo also features Ok Taecyeon, Jeon Yeo Bin, Yoo Jae Myung, Kim Yeo Jin, Kwak Dong Yeon and Jo Han Cheol in the series.
Aside from its solid main cast, Vincenzo is set to be helmed by Director Kim Hee Won. Her recent lauded works include The Crowned Clown and Money Flower.
Penning the script is Park Jae Bum of The Fiery Priest and Good Manager fame. Screenwriter Park has created such a unique trademark in the black comedy genre and is expected to notch a society-focused black comedy with plethora of dimensions.
Stay tuned for a thrilling ride as villains and dark heroes have an epic battle!
Watch Vincenzo when it premieres on February 20 at 10PM Philippine Standard Time with new episodes every Saturday and Sunday, only on Netflix!
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