New Crash stills show Heo Sung Tae as TCI leader Jung Chae Man – a man who cares about his teammates

Crash stills courtesy ENA

ENA has unveiled fresh images from their upcoming mystery comedy series Crash, with this time the stills featuring actor Heo Sung Tae.

The show itself delves into the realm of crime investigation, focusing on a specialized Traffic Crime Investigation (TCI) team tasked with unraveling incidents that unfold on the road.

The Korean drama is said to be a no-brakes, no-holds-barred investigation drama about a team of traffic crime investigators who will go to any lengths to hunt down road villains.

What is the plot of Crash?

In Crash, Heo Sung Tae plays Jung Chae Man, the leader of the Traffic Crime Investigation (TCI) team.

He is the one who created the TCI by choosing people he thought were hidden gems, and he is the one who always takes a step back and allows his teammates to show their skills.

In a press release, Heo Sung Tae described Jung Chae Man as “The center of the team, a leader who cares about his teammates and knows how to draw the big picture, and a leader who knows the value of justice.”

The actor has also admitted the role of Jung Chae Man was more challenging for him than other roles he has performed as, while he may look stern, this time he isn’t a villain unlike some of his other roles. (Decoy, anyone?)

In the latest Crash stills, Heo Sung Tae is seen reviewing notes about a crime scene, lovingly taking care of his plants, and standing in front of a desk likely belonging to his superior.

When does Crash premiere?

Along with Heo Sung Tae, Crash stars the superb main cast of Lee Min Ki, Kwak Sun Young, Lee Ho Chul, and Choi Moon Hee.

Kim Kwang Shik, Oh Dae Suk, Yang Jo Ah and Baek Hyun Jin are members of the supporting cast.

The Korean drama premieres on Monday, May 13th at 10 p.m. on ENA, taking the time slot of the soon-to-end drama The Midnight Studio.

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