My Name: Netflix Drops Poster Of Han So Hee’s New Thriller

Get ready to shock your senses as Netflix is going to release another exciting K-drama. Today, the digital platform shared the poster of Han So Hee’s thriller My Name. The poster looks killer leaving us excited about what is going to happen in the series.

Netflix Korea Instagram page shared the motion picture in which Han So Hee’s character Ji-woo is covered holding a knife with some blood on her face and hands. A few men are lying unconscious on the ground in a shady lane. The actor is donning an all-black outfit and has an intense look in the eyes.

The digital platform captioned the poster, “It’s okay to be a monster. You catch my eye with an unconventional copy of ‘I will kill you.’ ‘Ji-woo’ entered the world of beasts for revenge. An intense meeting between actress Han So Hee and director Kim Jin-min of Human Class. Unveiling the shocking first poster. On October 15th, My Name is coming.”

The series is slated to release on Netflix on October 15, 2021. In the comments section, Han So Hee has replied with shocking emojis – 😱😱😱😱. Fans are also happy to see the poster. One person wrote, “HAN SOHEE LET ME BE YOUR WOMAN.” “So excited because its the work of Extracurricular PD”, commented another fan. A fan wants the makers to drop the trailer as they wrote, “URGHHH CAN’T WAIT FOR OCTOBER 15! DROP THE TRAILER ALREADY”.

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Take a look at Han So Hee as Ji-woo on My Name poster:

Along with the actor, the Netflix thriller also stars Ahn Bo Hyun, Yoon Ji Woo, Park Hee Soon, Kim Sang Ho, Lee Hak Joo and Jang Ryul.

Did you like the poster of Netflix’s another exciting Korean drama? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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