SBS has revealed an exciting highlight reel for its upcoming drama “Again My Life”!
“Again My Life” is a drama about a young prosecutor who gets a second chance at justice after failing to bring down a powerful person. Lee Joon Gi stars as Kim Hee Woo, who was unjustly killed while investigating a corrupt politician but unexpectedly gets a second chance at life. Kim Ji Eun stars as Kim Hee Ah, a genius and the youngest daughter of Cheonha Group’s CEO.
The new teaser begins with Kim Hee Woo claiming, “Jo Tae Seob (Lee Kyung Young) is a criminal.” He’s hell-bent on putting the politician behind bars. However, despite Kim Hee Woo’s relentless investigation, Jo Tae Seob remains calm. He confidently says, “Justice isn’t something you can have just because you want it. Justice is picky when it comes to people.”
Kim Hee Woo realizes he’s been too confident as he gets beaten by Jo Tae Seob’s henchman and falls to his death. However, he unexpectedly ends up meeting a woman in a bold red outfit who asks him, “If you have one more life left, will you go after Jo Tae Seob again? Promise me. Can you show him hell?”
Kim Hee Woo’s determination to take down Jo Tae Seob gives him another shot at life. He’s in disbelief when he realizes he’s been taken back in time. The clip suddenly takes a hilarious turn when Kim Hee Woo goes back to university. He sheepishly admits, “It’s been a while since I’ve done math.” Frustrated about his studies, he asks, “Did I get old? Why isn’t my brain functioning?”
Gradually, Kim Hee Woo starts to build up his skills and network to go after Jo Tae Seob. Along his journey, he meets Kim Hee Ah, a brilliant woman with a cool personality, Lee Min Soo (Jung Sang Hoon), a lawyer who is funny and fierce, and Kim Han Mi (Kim Jae Kyung), a feisty but loyal reporter.
With his allies, Kim Hee Woo engages in a battle with Jo Tae Seob. The assemblyman says, “If you wanted to break me, you should’ve broken the system built for me first,” and Kim Hee Woo quips, “Starting now, I’ll break down that system one at a time.”
“Again My Life” premieres on April 8 at 10 p.m. KST