Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Encounter. The writer of the hit Korean TV drama has left the production over creative differences. Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Encounter. The writer of the hit Korean TV drama has left the production over creative differences.
Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Encounter. The writer of the hit Korean TV drama has left the production over creative differences.
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Netflix K-drama The Uncanny Counter’s writer leaves the hit show over creative differences in a surprise twist

  • It is not unusual for writers to leave shows while they are still airing, but not top-rated series such as The Uncanny Counter, about a group of demon-hunters
  • Yeo Ji-na is said to have disagreed with the direction its narrative was taking. Fans were taken by surprise, and its rating plateaued in South Korea

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Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Encounter. The writer of the hit Korean TV drama has left the production over creative differences. Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Encounter. The writer of the hit Korean TV drama has left the production over creative differences.
Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Encounter. The writer of the hit Korean TV drama has left the production over creative differences.
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