Moo Jin-Hyuk (Jang Hyuk) was a popular detective who solved major cases, but after his wife was murdered by a serial killer his life spiraled down. He is filled with guilt that he was not ...
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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.
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 »
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 »
The legal drama centers around Jang Hye Sung, a brazen, sharp-tongued female attorney who says everything that comes to her mind with no filter. When she gets to the point in her career ... See full summary »
A Sci-Fi-Mystery drama - episodes contain two shorter stories, the first half is set in 2017 called "Beta Project," and the second half in 2037 called "Grand New World." Aliens arrive on ... See full summary »
Moo Jin-Hyuk (Jang Hyuk) was a popular detective who solved major cases, but after his wife was murdered by a serial killer his life spiraled down. He is filled with guilt that he was not able to protect his wife and he secretly looks for her killer. Meanwhile, Kang Kwon-Joo (Lee Ha-Na) graduated at police academy with top marks. She began to work at an emergency 112 call center. Working there, a brutal murder case takes place and her father/police sergeant went to the crime scene. Her father is killed there and Kwon-Joo hears what happened over the phone. Afterwards, she goes to the U.S. to study and comes back to Korea as a professional voice profiler. Detective Jin-Hyuk and Kang Kwon-Joo solve cases together. Chasing a serial killer responsible for the deaths of their family member.Written by
It's clear from this drama that the CSI and forensic evidence programs so common in the US and UK etc. haven't yet made it to Korea. There is constant snap diagnoses at a crime scene, often by detectives and without, for instance, a medical examination of a cause of feath, that for some reason is thought to be irrefutable. A prisoner is strangled leaving ligature marks amd dosed with gas and set on fire with a lighter afyer which the perp escapes out an open window and when the cops finally bust the door open theg immediately call it suicide. So... in a locked bathroom the now dead guy somehow manages to dose himself with gasoline and, without lighter or mstch burn himself up and it erases all signs of ligature marks... Just stupid. Other than pre-SCI bumbling and a woman who hears everything but only sectively (the basis of the show), this is entertaining.
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