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‘Glitch’: New Netflix K-drama trailer teases comedic duos and alien abductions

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  • Netflix released a new trailer for the upcoming K-drama “Glitch” on Thursday.
  • “Glitch” follows a girl named Hong Ji-hyo, played by Jeon Yeo-been (“After My Death,” “Vincenzo”), who enlists the help of a UFO enthusiast to help find her missing boyfriend, uncovering a mysterious conspiracy in the process.
  • Jeon is joined by former After School member Nana (“The Good Wife,” “Swindlers”), who plays Heo Bo-ra.
  • “Glitch” will be released exclusively on Netflix on Oct. 7.

The creators of Netflix’s “Extracurricular” get extraterrestrial in their newest trailer for the upcoming K-drama “Glitch.”

As seen in the trailer released on Thursday, “Glitch” follows a girl named Hong Ji-hyo, played by Jeon Yeo-been (“After My Death,” “Vincenzo”), who enlists the help of a UFO enthusiast to help find her missing boyfriend, uncovering a mysterious conspiracy in the process.

Fans mourn betta fish known for discovering ‘Pokémon Sapphire’ glitch 20 years after its release

  • Fans are mourning the passing of Lala, a betta fish that discovered a game-breaking glitch in “Pokémon Sapphire” that had gone undiscovered for almost two decades.
  • Lala was owned by Japanese YouTuber Mutekimaru Channel, who constructed an apparatus that translated the fish’s movements into in-game movements.
  • Lala successfully completed “Pokémon Sapphire” alongside a team of three other bettas.
  • During the playthrough, Lala displayed a specific set of movements that replicated the rocks in the Seafoam Caverns area instead of moving them.
  • The announcement of Lala’s passing received an outpouring of support from fans, who offered their condolences and honored the legacy of the aquatic gamer with written and artistic tributes.

Fans are mourning the death of Lala, a betta fish that discovered a game-breaking glitch in “Pokémon Sapphire” that had gone undiscovered for almost two decades.

Lala was owned by Japanese YouTuber Mutekimaru Channel, who constructed an apparatus that translated the fish’s movements into in-game movements. Alongside a team of three other bettas named Maurice, Moo and Ponyo, Lala successfully completed “Pokémon Sapphire” after a modest 3,195 hours.