Based on webcomic. High school student Ahn Dae Yong suddenly develops the ability tell when someone is about to commit murder and when someone is going to be a victim. Those about to commit murder appear to have blue eyes while those who are about to become victims appear to have red eyes. Ahn Dae Yong becomes a hero when he decides to use his new power to help people.
Cast & Credits
It had suspense to it, and it was very attracting and realistic, people wise I mean, like the development of a character and the psychological part, especially for the lead actor, not the red eyes and blue eyes part, it got the same feeling I got after finishing flower boy series.
best thing is that it's not very time consuming at all, 7 to 11 minutes each episode!! :D
I don't usually put high re-watch value.
Story: The thing about "Aftermath" is that the premise sets up the drama like it's entirely about Dae Young's ability, when in reality that part only makes up about 50% of the actual drama. The show deals more with the aftermath *pun intended* of his ability's uses, and how it affects everyone around him. "Aftermath" also spends a fairly large chunk of its time on it's love story; which is cute and all but not exactly what I was expecting. I still adored this webdrama, though. It had an interesting blend of suspense and high-school life that felt a bit choppy, but worked overall.
Acting: Dongjun is one of the better idol actors, and I'm glad he got this opportunity to develop his acting skills. I think he has a lot of potential. Here, he was pretty good- not amazing, but better than expected. Kim Min Suk has always been adorable, Joo Ah Seon was nice and I can see her going places, and Kim Geun Hyung was brilliant. Seriously, he stole the show. I'm keeping my eyes out for him in the future.
Music: A lot of random Ze:A because, why not? Not that I'm complaining, of course. Other than that, there's a few ballads chucked in there because that's a drama staple.
Rewatch Value: Since this whole thing took a little more than two hours to watch, I'd say there's a decent chance at that.
Overall: Great story, good actors and really creative directing, "Aftermath" really took me by surprise. I really wasn't sure what I was expecting when I started, but I'm glad I did. 9/10.