Tunnel: Season 1
Netflix South Africa
- Tunnel: Season 1 is not available on Netflix South Africa
- Crime TV Shows, TV Thrillers, Korean
While chasing a serial murderer, a detective ends up 30 years in the future, where he tries to solve the case alongside new partners.
Kim Byong-chul, Moon Sook, Kang Ki-young, Cho Hee-bong, Yoon Hyun-min, Kim Min-sang, Choi Jin-hyuk, Lee Yong-nyeo, Lee Yoo-young
Tunnel: Season 1
Season 1 of Tunnel has 16 episodes. Because different Netflix countries have different availability for episodes, you'll need to check the episode listing below to see which are available in South Africa.
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The year is 1985. While chasing after a petty thief, Park Gwang-ho comes across an abandoned body that's been bound and gagged in stockings.
Stranded in the future, Gwang-ho inadvertently assumes the identity of another officer with the same name. To be himself again, he needs to go back.
Teamed up with Kim Seon-jae and an enigmatic criminology professor, Gwang-ho tries to identify the owner of the severed foot.
When a young student is arrested for robbery, Gwang-ho’s old-school ideas — though initially frowned upon — move the investigation forward.
Gwang-ho and Seon-jae are dispatched to a crime scene when a sudden downpour traps them inside a rest stop. They suspect the killer is there too.
An identity thief tears apart the lives of her victims. As the case unfolds, it's revealed that she's after more than their credit card numbers.
Seon-jae grows suspicious of his partner when he discovers that another young detective named Kwang-ho has been found dead in the mountains.
Having uncovered the truth behind their linked past, Kwang-ho and Seon-jae unite under a common goal. Kwang-ho learns of his family's whereabouts.
The stocking murderer returns with an evolved M.O. Seon-jae realizes that he may have unknowingly triggered the killer’s comeback.
While the police pursue a suspect, the real killer lurks under their noses — and he's not happy that someone else is taking credit for his crimes.
Even when he’s caught red-handed, Jung Ho-yeong is unfazed and uncooperative. But Seon-jae is more determined than ever to break him.
While Gwang-ho tries to decrypt Ho-yeong's message, a medical examiner named Mok Jin-u enters his radar. Something is off-putting about him.
Transported back to the 80s, Gwang-ho is unable to process the evidence for a DNA match. However, he's able to locate the sole survivor of the murders.
A small shift in the past changes the course of the future as Shin Jae-i recalls new memories. Jin-u is held in the interrogation room.
Standing on the brink of death, Jae-i manages to make a deal with her captor, buying just a little more time for her father to come and rescue her.
Back in the interrogation room with irrefutable evidence against him, Jin-u clams up. But Seon-jae knows how to provoke a confession out of him.