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Parasyte: The Grey

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Parasyte: The Grey
기생수: 더 그레이
Gisaengsu: deo geure-i
Promotional poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Language Korean
Channel Netflix
Creator Hitoshi Iwaaki (original manga)
Genre Science fiction
Broadcast 2024
No. of Episodes 6
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jeong Su-in / Heidi Jeon So-nee
Seol Kang-woo Koo Kyo-hwan
Choi Jun-kyung Lee Jung-hyun

Parasyte: The Grey (Korean title: 기생수: 더 그레이, Gisaengsu: deo geure-i) is a 2024 South Korean sci-fi horror television series. The series is a spin-off of the 1989-1994 manga series Parasyte.

The following weapons were used in the television series Parasyte: The Grey:


Glock 17

A Gray Team agent (Lee Se-Ho) is seen using a Glock 17 in Episode 1.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Gray Team agent (Lee Se-Ho) on the right holding the Glock 17.

Colt Python

Police detectives, including Kim Chul-min (Kwon Hae-Hyo) and Kang Won-seok (Kim In-kwon) are using the Colt Python throughout the series.

Colt Python with 3" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Police detectives with their Colt Python revolvers in Episode 3.
The Colt Python in Kim Chul-min's drawer.
Kim Chul-min (Kwon Hae-Hyo) holding the revolver.
Chul-min fires the revolver at a parasite in Episode 4.
Kang Won-seok (Kim In-kwon) aims the revolver at escaping Jeong Su-in.
Won-seok aims the revolver at Seol Kyung-hee in Episode 6.


Remington Model 870

Gray Team operatives and agents, including Choi Jun-kyung (Lee Jung-hyun) with police detectives Kim Chul-min (Kwon Hae-Hyo) and Kang Won-seok (Kim In-kwon) use customized Remington Model 870 shotguns. They're outfitted with muzzle breaks, custom handguards and M4 stocks throughout the series.

Remington Express Tactical with M4 Stock, Shotshell holder and muzzle brake - 12 gauge.
A Gray Team operative fires the Remington Model 870 at a parasite in Episode 1.
The operative with the Remington Model 870.
Choi Jun-kyung (Lee Jung-hyun) fires the Model 870 at a parasite.
A Gray Team operative guarding the entrance of Namil police station with the shotgun.
Gray Team operatives with their Model 870 shotguns in Episode 3.
The operative aiming the Remington Model 870.
A Gray Team operative fires the Remington Model 870 at a parasite in Episode 4.
Kim Chul-min (Kwon Hae-Hyo) and Kang Won-seok (Kim In-kwon) with their shotguns in Episode 5.
Choi Jun-kyung (Lee Jung-hyun) and a Gray Team operative with their shotguns.
A Gray Team operative fires the shotgun at a parasite.
Jun-kyung aims the shotgun at Jeong Su-in in Episode 6.
A Gray Team agent (Jeon Hui-jeong) with the Model 870.
Gray Team agents and an operative aims their shotguns at a headless Kim Chul-min.


Korean War memorial statue

M1 Carbines are seen on a Korean War memorial statue in Episode 6. The interior of a Korean War museum also features a soldier with a M1 Garand.

Korean War Era M1 Carbine, with Birch Stock, Adjustable sight, bayonet lug, and twin magazine pouch. This version is seen most often in World War II movies, despite being anachronistic for most World War II battles.
The memorial statue with South Korean troops armed with M1 carbines in Episode 6.
M1 Garand - .30-06.
A Korean War statue of a soldier with a M1 Garand in Episode 6.

Korean War museum

Multiple firearms used during the Korean War are on display in a museum in Episode 6.

The guns on display are Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine, an Arisaka in the foreground, and a PPSh-41.
Multiple firearms on display, including a Tokarev TT-33, the M3 Grease Gun, multiple M1 Carbines, multiple M1 Garands, an M1918 BAR, a DP-28, and an M20 "Super Bazooka".
An M1 Garand and an M1911A1 on display.

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