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This drama is a remake of the popular suspense drama The Devil that aired in Korea in 2007. A two-faced lawyer, a Detective and a woman with Token-object reading abilities are linked to a mysterious series of murders about revenge.
I usually don't watch many Japanese TV series, but for this one I made an exception. And I don't regret. My friend told me about it and, believe me, it's worth it.
The story is VERY catchy. It's about two boys with two different, even opposite superpowers - one can heal people only by touching them and the other can kill people only by touching them. The interesting part is that their personalities are also opposite, the one with the God hand is the bad guy and the one with the Devil hand is the good one.
The show is only nine series, but it is meaningful and there is beginning, denouement and amazing ending. I think that's pretty rare with all 6-7 seasons in American's shows.
The actors are hot and they act pretty well. The opening song is great. You won't regret if you spare 9 hours. I guarantee you.
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