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Pretty Like Me 

The IRT head to South Korea after an American College student is found disfigured.

Director:

Gregory Prange (as Greg Prange)

Writers:

Erica Messer (created by), Daniele Nathanson
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Gary Sinise ... Jack Garrett
Alana De La Garza ... Clara Seger
Daniel Henney ... Matt Simmons
Tyler James Williams ... Russ Montgomery
Annie Funke ... Mae Jarvis
James Kyson ... Detective Joon-Ho Kim
Eddie Shin ... Geonwoo Lee
Taylor Black ... Lauren Barrett
Kelly Frye ... Kristy Simmons
June Kyoto Lu ... In-Sook Jong (as June Kyoko Lu)
Ian Bratschie ... Grayson Faber
Jennie Baek ... Su-bin Yoo
Briana White ... Jessica Townsend
Adrian Yun ... Choong-hoon (as Andrew Yun)
Michael Rhys Kan ... Older Korean Man
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Storyline

Matt Simmons is in Seoul to meet his grandmother he gave his mother away for adoption, but must delay that and offers his local traditional inn as HQ when the team arrives as a US College student became the latest victim of a wave of abductions and savage disfiguring. After analysis of the abuse site and opportunity points to the owner, host detective Joon-Ho Kim eagerly arrests playboy-tycoon's s-heir Geonwoo Lee, but the team realizes his fascistic profile doesn't fit the vindictive MO and required carving skill, he may rather be the indirect target. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Korean

Release Date:

29 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Matt Simmons: [opening quote] A Korean proverb tells us: "The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials"
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Good story, needed more realistic sets.
6 April 2017 | by stef-pattersonSee all my reviews

I have lived in Seoul for almost 10 years now. This story line is pretty good and I can say that the cultural bits were spot on. The sets were atrocious and nothing they showed, except for the flashes when changing scenes, was even close to what Itaewon and Gangnam look like. Elementary schools don't even look like the cram school the two white teachers worked at. I honestly expect better from the set designers. Koreans don't even use dumpsters unless it is in the middle of a large apartment complex, let alone at a convenience store. They have designated spots to stack their trash bags on designated days. This is all info that could have easily been discovered.

It makes me wonder about the other episodes I have watched. How much research did they put into the locations? I hope it was more than 5 minutes of just sticking signs in different languages around.


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