Jo Jung-seok points a knife at Shin Se-kyung's neck
Jo Jung-seok points a knife at Shin Se-kyung's neck
Today (28th), an unprecedented development unfolds in tvN's Saturday-Sunday drama 'Sejak, The Bewitched'.

'Sejak, Those Bewitched' is a story about the cruel fate of King Yi-in, who holds a high position but has a lowly heart, and a woman who becomes Sejak (a spy) to bring down him. It is a fictional historical drama based on imagination, and is about a spy called 'Sejak' who hides his identity and secretly finds out secrets or situations and provides information.

In the last broadcast, Prince Jinhan Lee In (played by Jo Jeong-seok) was falsely accused of being 'the mastermind behind Sejak Chu Dal-ha' by Kim Jong-bae (Jo Seong-ha) and Yoo Hyeon-bo (Yang Gyeong-won). As a result, turmoil arose in the palace and the royal court area, and tensions increased. done. In particular, Kang Hee-soo (played by Shin Se-kyung) and Hong Jang (played by Han Dong-hee), who were pointed out as people around Lee In, were in desperate danger of being arrested and interrogated, making them sweat hard. Accordingly, Lee In went to see Lee Seon (played by Dae Hoon Choi) to reveal his innocence, but Lee Seon's rampaging madness led to an imminent situation in which Lee In took the knife and pointed it at his neck. Tension and curiosity amplified as to how the conflict surrounding the palace and the royal court will differentiate in the future.

Meanwhile, on the 28th, ahead of the 4th episode broadcast, 'Sejak, The Bewitched' released a still showing the faces of Shin Se-kyung and the frighteningly cold faces of Jo Jung-seok, who were captured by underage girls, stealing everyone's attention. In particular, the released still shows the rapidly changing relationship between Jo Jung-seok and Shin Se-kyung, which is different from before, and foreshadows the turmoil that will rage in the future.

Above all, attention is drawn to Jo Jung-seok's ice-cold and cold eyes looking down at Shin Se-kyung. It appears that he has erased all his feelings for Shin Se-kyung, with whom he had a romantic relationship through baduk. The contrast between Jo Jung-seok's heartless expression, which does not show even a trace of emotion, and Shin Se-kyung's haggard appearance due to being trapped, explodes with curiosity as to why the fates of the two people who were the only people who opened up their hearts diverged.

In another still, Shin Se-kyung's sharp blade is revealed as she looks earnestly at Jo Jung-seok, further amplifying the tension. When Jo Jung-seok was framed as the mastermind behind the Sejak incident that swept through the palace and government, Shin Se-kyung was arrested as his closest associate. The sight of Shin Se-kyung trembling in fear as she begs Jo Jung-seok for help raises expectations for the storm that will unfold.

The production team of ‘Sejak, The Bewitched’ said, “In the 4th broadcast, an unprecedented development surrounding Jo Jung-seok and Shin Se-kyung will unfold,” adding, “The narrative will focus on the relationship between the two people, which will rapidly change from the ruin of a king and a betting baduk to that of a king and a king in the future. “Please look forward to it as the tension will increase.”

Episode 4 of ‘Sejak, The Bewitched’ will be broadcast at 9:20 pm on the 28th.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google