More Trailers Are Out for “Voice 3”

Voice 3 Korean Drama - Lee Jin Wook and Lee Ha Na

More trailers are out for the new crime thriller Voice 3 starring Lee Jin Wook (Voice 2) and Lee Ha Na (Voice 2). They show our duo each encountering a disturbing situation as they then have to prepare themselves to save those in need.

Voice 3 will follow the story of workers at a 112 emergency call center where a “Golden Time” team works to rescue crime victims in the golden window of time before they are likely to be killed.

Voice 3 is scheduled to premiere in May on OCN.

Trailer 1:

Trailer 2:

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8 Responses to More Trailers Are Out for “Voice 3”

  1. Eva says:

    I know I’m so late but I’m definitely on the voice bandwagon. The show is amazing. I heard the director and the writer is the same as the one in the first season. Soooo this looks very promising . But nothing beats the villain in season 1. I’m so In love with him. He’s brilliant. He’s crazy in the voice. But incredibly sweet in temperature of love 😊

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    • Kay says:

      I always prefer it when they get the same writer and PD back for new seasons. It really helps to keep the same overall vibe, especially when some of the cast changes. I enjoyed the first season of Voice, but it was a bit gritty for my usual tastes. So I’ve kept season 2 on the back burner for now. Plus, Viki or Netflix haven’t picked up yet either. Maybe they will with the third season arriving soon.

      And yes, the season one villain was amazing! Completely creepy. It’s amazing when you see him go from villain to sweetie, lol.


      • Eva says:

        As of late I’ve been preferring gritty things lately hahaha. Human psychology always fascinated me. I wish Viu was available in your area. It carries a lot of really great dramas that Netflix often miss. Hopefully Netflix or viki picks it up. 😊

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        • Kay says:

          Oh I love complex psychology and dark themes including with villains and such, I just don’t like the gritty violence. Kinda goes along with my medical drama aversion, lol. I wish we had Viu too as it does seem to fill in a few of those gaps.

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          • Eva says:

            I think the villain that showed the best complex psychology for me would still be Park Bo Gum in hello monster. He was so good there. And the violence wasn’t too gritty .

            It’s getting quite popular in my region. Hopefully it will expand soon enough. And it is quite affordable also.

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