Ha Mu Yeon's father killed himself after becoming a suspect in the case of the Iltan killer, also known as Gap Dong. After the statue of limitations is up on the case, the original ... See full summary »
Gil Soo-Hyun after graduating Harvard University worked at the FBI for 10 years. Afterwards, he decided to come back to South Korea. He now works as the leader of the Special Missing ... See full summary »
The story of a detective who traverses past and present in the hopes of saving his daughter. He goes from walking along the ridges of rice paddies for clues in 1986, straight into 2016. Wherever he goes, he causes trouble.
Kim Soo Hyun (Lee Bo Young) travels back in time to bring her dead child, Han Sa Byul (Kim Yoo Bin) back to life. Han Ji Hoon (Kim Tae Woo) is her husband, a human rights lawyer who's ... See full summary »
This a Drama series about a group of co-workers in their twenties who started their job at a big multinational company. This is a story about their everyday life, about their journey each day at the office.
Park Jeong Woo is a prosecutor at Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office. One day, he wakes up and finds himself a convict on death row. Suffering from temporary amnesia, Jeong Woo has ... See full summary »
A great hook. Wonderful casting. Creative cinematography.
A great hook from start to finish. To be honest, after 4 episodes I googled the ending to know who the ultimate villain was. Still did not spoil the series for me. Characters here are all wonderful. My favourite mad dog here was Park Ong-Chul (played by Ma Dong-Seok). He was strong, relentless and injected humour. Storyline and overall cast gave a down to earth feel. Superb artistic cinematography. Most Korean action dramas tend to overdo with the camera effects including hand-held effects. This one was done creatively and pleasing on the eyes. Definitely a worthy addition to this list. ❤
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