Baek Beom has worked as a forensic doctor for 10 years, he is excellent with his work, but does not open his mind to other people. Eun Sol is a rookie prosecutor with a bright personality and she comes from wealth family background. The forensic scientist with a bad personality and a warm-hearted prosecutor must join forces in order to catch a serial killer.
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From my point of view, they tried to imitate/remake the american series such as CSI... They failed horribly.
UGH I JUST DIDN'T LIKE IT.
The only word the forensic doctor knows is GET OUT. He's always right. He's cold.
The female prosecuter remembers everything. She's a hardworking. She makes me remember the bad previous acting of suzy.
The other characters are puppets to the upper two.
All in all, you can't connect with the cast, at first you'd be hooked but then you become used to it and you realize you were fooled.
THE ULTIMATE REASON I HATED THIS IS :
Story : (a little spoiler)
The woman baek bom was in love with was in a vegetative persistant state ( Coma for like 20years). They made it known in an early episode so that they spice the story. AS IF! On the last episodes, he found out, when he went to the hospital, he held her hand and she's dead. Okay. Thank youuuuuu! I mean i know he needed to say a proper goodbye so that he can move on. But no, my mind can't accept this.
READ THIS NO SPOILER ------- ALSO, i watched all 32 episodes, the major surprise is the TO BE CONTINUED in the last one. I absolutely hate this, i searched everywhere if they were going to add new episodes or a whole new sequel.
I'm frustrated, but don't regret it all, they were some positive things, like the new criminals and their stories everytime and how you can find things through autopsy -The final message of the dead-.
Thank you all!
A well-executed story about humane and inhumane issues surrounding death in our society. A stellar ensemble cast who are convincing in their roles and a soundtrack that perfectly fits the mood in each scene and situation right down to the music at the end of each episode. While this drama took on a very serious topic it also had humorous light-hearted moments and camaraderie. I never watched US CSI however, I did watch the early years of House and Jung Jae Young's character (Baek Beom) as the male lead reminded me of him; a cantankerous tortured soul, which he portrayed beautifully. I liked the fact that the writers made Jung Yoo Mi's character (Eun Sol) as the female lead strong and realistic; a young idealistic woman vying for her independence and identity through her job as a prosecutor. We as viewers can watch her personal growth as she acclimates to her job and various situations. Kudos to the writers for not turning this smart savvy female character into a typical k drama contradiction; unrealistically naive, bratty, turns into simple-minded high school girl in tough or uncomfortable situations. I look forward to season 2 and I hope there will be more character development and back stories for other members of the cast like Lee Stephanie (Stella Hwang) and Lee Yi Kyung (Chi Soo Ho).