‘A Killer Paradox’ presents the story of an ordinary man, Lee Tang (Choi Woo-Shik), who unexpectedly finds himself killing evildoers, setting off a tense pursuit by Detective Jang Nan-gam (Son Suk-Ku). The main key art showcases the stark contrast between the horrified Lee Tang, standing in the rain with the hammer he used for his first murder, and Detective Jang, examining the murder scene with a determined expression, hinting at the gripping events that will unfold.
The narrative of ‘A Killer Paradox’ with Lee Tang, a submissive man with no inclination for violence, accidentally commits murder. Consumed by fear and guilt, Lee becomes a target of Detective Jang Nan-gam, who engages in psychological warfare, closely monitoring Lee’s changing demeanor.
However, just as Lee decides to turn himself in, a shocking revelation alters the course of events – the victim of Lee’s first murder is revealed to be a malicious serial killer. This revelation transforms Lee’s character from a murderer into a self-proclaimed judge of justice, exploring themes of morality, justice, and personal transformation.
‘”‘A Killer Paradox’ is adapted from the original webtoon of the same name, written by Kkomabi, known for its gripping and shocking narrative. The series, directed by Lee Chang-Hee (known for “Hell is Other People” and “The Vanished”), promises to deliver a compelling exploration of morality and justice, questioning whether Lee is a God-appointed hero or a villain undergoing judgment. The global release of ‘A Killer Paradox’ is set for February 9, exclusively on Netflix.