VOICE (K-drama)

I have never seen as dark, brutal and tenacious crime show in Korean drama like VOICE. It was really violent, bloody and quite disturbing.

The Voice did well by giving us some thrills and story to follow. Despite some holes and vague details that never been raised, it was still a decent drama to sit back and feel the horror of sheer evil.

Comments have flooded regarding the villain’s performance and looks.  He was definitely a sexy monster with convincing acting. He has raised the flag for villains.


Kim Jae-Wook as Mo Tae-Goo


Lee Ha-Na as Kang Kwon-Joo and Jang Hyuk as Moo Jin-Hyuk

For the two protagonists, they are truly perfect for the story. Both achieved a stunning, well-knit and exceptional delivery of action and intensity.

The finale was wrap up according to my expectation, it gave me a fresh air to breath after all those bloody images from the victims I have seen. This drama passed a great message that everyone is a little bit of psychopath, it only takes a little mistake to be a murderer.

Verdict: 9/10


A drama centered around the police of a 112 emergency call center. Two detectives teamed up to catch a serial killer who murdered their family. Moo Jin Hyuk (Jang Hyuk)’s life spiraled out of control after his wife was murdered. He starts to put himself together after he meets Kang Kwon Joo (Lee Ha Na), US-graduated voice-profiler, who lost her police father to the same serial killer years before. They work together on the 112 (emergency telephone number) call center team.

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One comment

  1. […] While Voice season 1  gave me a horror of sheer evil, this second season gives me the unthinkable thoughts of dreadfulness when it comes to the villain’s work of arts – slaying people lives, smart brain, angelic face, and endless connections. Almost is perfect with him doing the gritty crime. I couldn’t even fathom how the protagonist can defeat him, and I think that’s one of the reasons why this drama is compelling till the end. […]


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