We've come to the fourth episode of the new Korean Zombie series.
It's sadly the point where things are getting a little bit repetitive, as most of the stuff happening we've already seen.
While the show looks gorgeous, has some sort of unique vibe to it and mostly exceeds in the zombie action, I still think it lacks depth in character and substance. Maybe it's my fault but I sometimes struggle to not mistake certain characters for others. It's missing a bit of substance as many plot points or directions are getting obvious to predict.
I still praise the last scene of the episode where we see the king as a full fleshed out zombie and then create a new main villain in the process. Otherwise I hope the next 2 episodes are a bit clearer, have a bit more focused direction and screenplay.
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