What a winsome episode! 3 Reasons: 1) I love the drama 2) I love the cast 3) Their offscreen chemistry radiates through the screen. If I were to tell you these actors are starring in a dark, morbid drama, would you believe it? No. They’re just so happy and smiley, you can’t help but be infected with their cheerful disposition.
Someone help Lee Young Ah. She’s fast becoming a giggly puddle in that chair!
Thanks KBS for branching out of their station and inviting cast from other stations, in this case, Cable! Please have Flower Boys Ramen Shop too? I need some Lee Ki Woo. This instant!
I think I found my it drama for this season. Vampire Prosecutor! Episode 1 introduces us to the characters, Episode 2 shows the conflicts of team work, Episode 3 had me going, Ah! So Mr. Vampire is not always right. Episode 4 made me an official fan!
The psychic (in this case, Vampire powers) element reminds me of TVB drama D.I.E. (Death Investigation Extension) where our hero has a special ability that helps him solve mysterious cases. Upon touching a victim’s belonging, he’s given clues to how they died.
Don’t expect this drama to be all vampirey. Other than the gleaming blue eyes and occasional flashes of fangs. Red (ha!) wine is there, if you know what I mean.
I like my icy version of the poster much better! Continue reading
Upcoming Cable drama from OCN, “Vampire Prosecutor” drops two slick teasers. Yeon Jung Hoon plays a prosecutor who is also a vampire. He employs his super powers on the job to solve the cases. Sounds like City Hunter?