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Suspect X is based on the 2005 novel The Devotion of Suspect X, the crown jewel of the Galileo series that finally won Higashino the prestigious Naoki Prize as well as the Honkaku Mystery Award. In the story, Yukawa meets his match in an old friend and fellow math genius (played by Tsutsumi Shinich in the film) who orchestrates a complex plan to cover up a murder committed by his neighbor.The novel's English version was also shortlisted for the Edgar Award in the U. Besides the Japanese adaptation, The Devotion of Suspect X has also been adapted into films in Korea and China.Perfect Number, the 2012 Korean version directed by Bang Eun Jin, removes the Detective Galileo premise altogether in favor of a standard crime detective (Jo Jin Woong).The film shifts the focus more towards the genius suspect (Ryoo Seung Bum) and how he sacrifices himself to pull off the perfect cover-up.It seems like not a year goes by without a Higashino Keigo mystery making its way onto screen.One of Asia's most popular and followed novelists, the best-selling Japanese suspense writer has published over 80 novels and short story collections, and his books have been translated into a multitude of languages.
He would continue to solve strange and difficult murder cases in eight more books, the last of which, Inori no Maku ga Orirutoki ("When the Curtain of Prayer Descends"), was published in 2013.
Since 2007, the popular singer-actor has played the character in two television seasons and two feature films, Suspect X (2008) and Midsummer's Equation (2013).
The TV series tackles mysteries by the episode and places emphasis on Yukawa's sitcom-esque bickering rapport with detective Utsumi Kaoru, played by Shibasaki Kou, as they solve cases together.
The production notably reunited the stars, writer and producer of the hit 2004 tearjerker Crying out Love, in the Center of the World for a far darker exploration of the unbreakable bond of young love that connects past and present.
It was Korea that first adapted Byakuyako for the silver screen in the 2009 film White Night directed by Park Shin Woo.