“Memories Of The Alhambra” Awes In Recently Released Teasers
Fantasy and memory sum up the come-watch-me video snippet of Memories of the Alhambra which will be streamed globally via Netflix.
Packed with interesting images highlighting the main characters, the inviting fusion of fantasy and reality of Memories of Alhambra will pique viewers attention who are keen to watch a novelty picture.
Memories of the Alhambra is a suspense romance drama that revolves around an investment company CEO Yoo Jin Woo (played by Hyun Bin) who visits Granada, Spain for a business trip and gets involved in a mysterious incident after staying in an old hostel run by Jung Hee Joo (played by Park Shin Hye).
In the released video trailer, Hyun Bin’s character sets forth to his goal of buying Hostel Bonita ran by Park Shin Hye upon visiting Granada, a place famous for the palace of Alhambra.
EXO’s Chanyeol hints a key role to the main plot which takes a virtual world setting based on a game with supernatural rules that seem to use real life setting.
Ambitiously conceived, Memories of the Alhambra is backed up by writer Song Jae Jung, who brilliantly penned cutting edge themed series such as W, Nine and Queen In Hyun’s Man.
Viewers who have seen those series would know how imaginative and unpredictably awesome the plot twists incorporated in the supernatural premise of the aforementioned dramas.
With last year’s Baeksang Arts Best Director awardee on board the orchestration of Memories of the Alhambra, the project will end the year with a bang, as well as, open 2019 in high spirits.
Memories of the Alhambra will be streamed via Netflix, same day as its Korean release via tvN on December 1, an hour after its Korean broadcast, across Asia and English-speaking territories.
The series will be available in Japan the next day, December 2. Two episodes will be launched per week to the rest of the world starting December 11, including Europe and South America.
All photos courtesy of Netflix.
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