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Beyond Evil korean drama review
Beyond Evil
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by MedleyPerfumes
11 days ago
16 of 16 episodes seen
Overall 9.0
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10.0
Music 10.0
Rewatch Value 9.0

From episode 1 to 16, this series had me captivated from the beginning to the end.

From episode 1 to 16, this series had me captivated from the beginning to the end.
It kept my mind busy and active, throwing unexpected twists and revelations that constantly surprised me. The story was gripping, exceeding my expectations for a thriller-mystery.
The cast delivered outstanding performances, portraying their characters perfectly.

One accident brook hell loose, unfolded with numerous misunderstandings and secrets surfacing after 21 years. An accident that wrecked families with no way back, some died and some kept carrying the burden.

From where to start??

Shin Ha Kyun as “Dong Shik”, my first time seeing his work and it was worth it, he delivered a performance that left me speechless, a broken, mad man, with nothing left to lose, with sole purpose, solving his sister’s case.
Han Ju Won a righteous inspector with a sense of duty, and justice. His transformation from a rigid Seoul inspector to a more grounded and realistic one was a fascinating evolution. He changed completely, knowing there was more to the case than what he thought.

The bromance between the two main leads added a compelling dynamic, shifting from initial animosity to a partnership that proved highly effective. The rest of the cast, both the "good" and "evil" characters, contributed excellently to the narrative.

The series evoked strong emotions, and while the ending left me teary-eyed, I wished for more. Having been on my PTW list for a long time, it was truly worth the wait and time invested.
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