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  • Drama: When the Devil Calls Your Name
  • Country: South Korea
  • Episodes: 16
  • Aired: Jul 31, 2019 - Sep 19, 2019
  • Aired On: Wednesday, Thursday
  • Network: tvN
  • Duration: 1 hr. 15 min.
  • Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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  • Score: 8.1 (scored by 936 users)
  • Ranked: #1009
  • Popularity: #826
  • Watchers: 4,386

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When the Devil Calls Your Name
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Ratings: 8.1/10 from 936 users
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Ranked #1009
Popularity #826
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To become one of the entertainment industry’s most sought after songwriters, you have to have talent, inspiration, and passion. But to reach the level of popularity obtained by Ha Rip, you also have to be willing to make certain sacrifices.
Ten years ago, as a struggling artist, Ha Rip found himself wondering if he would ever make his mark on the world. On the verge of giving up, he found himself face to face with the Devil himself, who offered to give Ha Rip everything his heart desired, for a price. Desperate, Ha Rip agreed to sell his soul to the Devil and so began a decade of unprecedented success.
But when those ten years are almost up and the Devil has come to collect his due, he learns that his success and fame is the result of taking Lee Kyung’s talent and life. Learning that every deal you make with the Devil comes with a hefty price, Ha Rip tries to barter with his life but will that be enough to satisfy the debt he still owes?
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~~ Inspired by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s “Faust”.
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  • Country: South Korea
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 16
  • Aired: Jul 31, 2019 - Sep 19, 2019
  • Aired On: Wednesday, Thursday
  • Network: tvN
  • Duration: 1 hr. 15 min.
  • Score: 8.1 (scored by 936 users)
  • Ranked: #1009
  • Popularity: #826
  • Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

Cast & Credits

  • When the Devil Calls Your Name - Jung Kyung Ho
    Jung Kyung Ho
    Ha Rip / Seo Dong Chun
    Main Role
  • When the Devil Calls Your Name - Park Sung Woong
    Park Sung Woong
    Mo Tae Kang / Ryu / "Devil"
    Main Role
  • When the Devil Calls Your Name - Lee Seol
    Lee Seol
    Kim Yi Kyung / "Kelly"
    Main Role
  • When the Devil Calls Your Name - Lee El
    Lee El
    Ji Seo Young
    Main Role
  • When the Devil Calls Your Name - Kim Hyung Mook
    Kim Hyung Mook
    Lee Choong Ryul [Co-CEO of Soul Entertainment / Liver and Gallbladder singer]
    Support Role
  • When the Devil Calls Your Name - Kim Won Hae
    Kim Won Hae
    Gong Soo Rae [Yi Kyung's friend]
    Support Role

Reviews

Completed
reti
11 people found this review helpful
28 days ago
16 of 16 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 10
This review may contain spoilers
What a pity the drama ended. I have been saying this since beginning, but I think that it's still underrated. I have a lot to write, hence I don't know with what I ought to start.

The ending! It was so good! For me, no matter how good drama was, last episode is always the worst, even when the ending was happy. I think that a lot of writers and directors struggle with this topic - If I was a one, I would too. It's so hard to let go of your own characters, tie everything together and deliver the right emotions and message to viewers. Here, chapeau bas! I can confidently say that it was my favorite last episode ever. I cannot recall any other ending that did such a great impression on me. I will praise creators of this drama for a long time. I'm almost 100% sure that we didn't have any plot holes and everyone's actual situation/ending were explained.

I truly loved these characters! The actors here were an absolutely top tier. I had been watching actors I knew before and some new faces for me that I automatically added to lists with my favorites. At the beginning of this series I commented here that "all of them have their good and bad sides, which can't be that obvious in the context of this drama". I still think the same. The story and relationships were unique. Creators misleaded us countless times. Also, I learnt so much thanks to this drama. The story, sentences and morals were meaningful.

It is almost hard to believe that this is a drama. It has a lot of movie vibes. I think it would be even better to watch the whole series at one time and I will definitely rewatch it.

I was surprised that a lot viewers were confused with episodes 12/13 and 14. In my opinion, scenes you didn't like, direction and pace of them were somehow meaningful and in the beat of the scenario. They greatly highlighted main sense and concerns of this story, even when you found it extravagant.

I adored all of the plot twists here. Usually, I could predict some of them but here... Not really. It is one of the biggest virtue - you never knew what else can happen. They handled it in the best way and I was surprised almost every episode. Definitely on one of the highest positions in my ranking with dramas which were the best in this topic.

Music. It nourished my soul and I will listen to the one of the best OST's in the history for a long weeks or months. I memorized these songs so well. They're just beautiful: words and melodies are worth every minute. The actors did a great job singing here.

Definitely in my top three of favorite dramas ever. Everything was so consistent and I can't criticize anything here. I will miss it so much. If you didn't watch it, I encourage you to do so.



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Completed
Amarilis
10 people found this review helpful
28 days ago
16 of 16 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 10
Story 10
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 9.5
This review may contain spoilers
This is by far one of the best Kdrama I've watched in the years of my life. It has a unique genre covering a story between God, the devil and human. It also covers about human's greed and selfishness. It's a pity this drama seems to be underrated.

I really enjoyed the story line. The writers are great (kudos to them) for writing the ending. It gave closure to the watchers (not many drama do this nowadays). I especially love the ending as the writers gave each characters a great ending, though not happily ever after kind of ending, but it sure won't leave you to your own imagination.
I really love Igyeong's character in this drama, she was so humble, kind-hearted and unselfish girl (which doesn't really existed in reality). There are some lessons you can get from this drama (some wise advise from Harip towards the end).
A big round of applause to the actors and actresses portraying the characters perfectly. To the point of that annoying Jung Ra-in (but got used to her towards the end as the writer made her to be good). The devil's character was portrayed perfectly evil (facial expressions, etc). It was an AMAZING casts. Thank you for the hard works into this drama.

Lastly, the musics... I guess.. the phrase "Let the music heals your soul" does really apply in this drama. I love all the musics in this drama. If you really like music, go listen to it. I may not understand Koreans nor did I read the songs translations but the music itself is pleasing to the ears. Some of the songs are already embedded in my brain and can't help to hum it every time I hear the melody.

Overall... if you really like drama.. this is a must watch... this drama is superb.
Hope my review helps...

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