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Murderer Hunt Highlights Second Week Of Netflix Original Series “Busted!”

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South Korean stars Seo Kang Joon, together with fellow 5urprise members, plus Lee Ki Woo and Lee Changmin join the seven bumbling detectives for Week 2 of Busted!

Kicking off from a successful premiere week, Netflix series Busted!, uncovers the truths and motivations that transpired in the staged murders for its second outing.


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Episode 3 whirls on Kwang Soo’s journey to prove his innocence about a crime framed to him, as he wakes up to a guesthouse with traces of blood in his hand and a woman lifeless and soaked with her own blood.

Together with fellow celebrity detectives Yoo Jae Suk, Ahn Jae Wook, Kim Jong Min, Park Min Young, EXO’s Sehun and Gugudan’s Kim Sejeong, the team continues their adventure in the scenic island of Jeju all the way to a thrilling chase to capture the culprit trying to get away at Incheon port.


Meanwhile, the fourth episode, Messages from the Dead, challenges Team Busted! to analyze the cryptic death of a student, which involves five high school boys. Seo Kang Joon, Gong Myung, Yoo Il, Lee Tae Hwan and Kang Tae Oh of actor group 5urprise, play the roles of the suspects.

Netflix’s Busted! takes you to panoramic scenery of South Korea’s Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi province, and Jeju island. Viewers are expected to indulge in a unique entertainment show experience covering themes, which include vengeance, vampire, magic show, city chase, mind games, and finding the murder culprit.

Aside from the star-studded cast, appearances of numerous guest celebrities each episode will also be featured to perk and spice up the mystery-solving entertainment show.

The first Netflix original Korean variety show is produced by SangSang company, founded by producers Jang Hyuk Jae and Cho Hyo Jin.

Busted! is available on Netflix, the world’s leading internet entertainment service provider to over 125 million subscribers in more than 190 countries.

Photo & video credit: Netflix

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