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This drama special is about a passionate policeman Choi Tae Pyung and an ill-tempered genius girl Park Hae Sol who reveals the truth of her father’s death. Add Synopsis In Spanish
- Native Title: 드라마 스페셜 연작 시리즈 - 소녀탐정 박해솔
- Also Known As: Little Girl Detective Park Hae Sol , Deurama Seupesyeol Yeonjag Shirijeu - Sonyeotamjeong Baghaesol , Maiden Detective Park Haesol ,
- Screenwriters: Yoon Soo Jung
- Directors: Kim Sang Hwi
- Genres: Thriller, Mystery, Comedy, Detective, Investigation
Cast & Credits
They put every character in overdone cliches: the abrasive female detective, the arrogant prosecutor, and the bumbling officer. The writers came up with corny lines that made the acting feel uncomfortably awkward. BUT as the short drama pushes forward, you can start getting more into the plot and watch how Haesol's character develops. I've seen the actors in other dramas (mostly supporting roles) and I'm glad that they were given a chance to show their chops in this drama.
The story has a pretty good plot and gets a little convoluted, but that's what makes investigative shows so fun to try figuring out. I was pretty quick to figure out the culprit (bc I've unfortunately watched and read every murder plot in the history of mankind), but there was a part in the end that was an unexpected surprise. Romance was sparsely scattered throughout the mini-drama, so if the reason you like watching dramas is for the romance, you'll be a little disappointed with this one.
As for the cases, they pretty much stuck to the basic "crime, events leading toward/after crime, investigation, deduction". Because it was only 4 episodes, they did a good job of making the main plot flow through but still leaving room for you to think about who-dun-it. (It's not really like typical dramas/anime/manga where they stretch it out with fillers to fill their 16+ episodes--I'm looking at you, Detective Conan)
The music was pretty typical of detective genres. Jazzy music riddled with suspenseful (and also lighthearted) ditties. (I also like trying to hear what kpop songs pop out in the background in coffee shop scenes. "Troublemaker" was one I caught.)
If given the time, I would probably watch this again. (But it would probably be because of Kim Joo Young more than anything. So cute!)
If you like investigative shows with endearing characters, heart-pumping moments, and a strong plot/story, this might be the drama for you. ^^
(I gave it an 8 because it actually managed to make me say "what the?!" at least once...which is a feat in my eyes)
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