“It is best to not so much view this series as a season 2 of the original but rather as a parallel universe of it.”
Will the outspoken and warmhearted Tong Nian be able to break through the barricade around Han Shang Yan’s heart?
Time spent at the hospice, may surprisingly be just the thing needed for the young star to find himself again.
So Mun (Jo Byeong-Gyu) is a high school student with his own set of problems. Despite leading a life that is far from easy, he does his best to maintain a positive outlook in life. To everyone's surprise, he becomes the newest candidate to become a "counter", a term used to describe members of this demon slaying ensemble.
Since day one nothing goes as Pal-Kang had planned, or better said, hoped.
If you, like myself, are a absolute fan of the original, it will come as no surprise that I went into this rather hesitantly. I mean, there was just so many things that could go wrong here due to my high expectations.
Leaving behind his longtime home in Italy, Vincenzo travels to South Korea for his next job. But no sooner has he stepped off the plane when things stop going according to his carefully laid out plan.
One day, Bo-Nui's fortune teller informs her of a way to break the curse of her bad luck. The solution lies in Bo-Nui having a lucky romance.
While working in a small rural town, a doctor becomes particularly involved in the lives of one of the residential families. After witnessing the struggles of their youngest son – who displays signs of autism- he decides to take the young boy under his wing.
In an effort to revive their police force and bring in new blood, Pan-Suk's superiors are pushing for young officers to join the team. Having begrudgingly agreed to accept two rookies into his unit, Pan-Suk is instead assigned twice that many.