Sejeong (left) and Ahn Suk-hwan in a still from The Uncanny Encounter episode 16. Sejeong (left) and Ahn Suk-hwan in a still from The Uncanny Encounter episode 16.
Sejeong (left) and Ahn Suk-hwan in a still from The Uncanny Encounter episode 16.

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K-drama review: The Uncanny Counter – Netflix fantasy show’s ending satisfies fans despite late-season lull

  • When So-mun was stripped of his powers as a counter and had to begin regaining them, the pace of the demon-hunting series’ plot slowed
  • Short-lived interludes, many of them distracting, did not help, but the 16th episode got everything predictably right, and signs are there’ll be a second season

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Sejeong (left) and Ahn Suk-hwan in a still from The Uncanny Encounter episode 16. Sejeong (left) and Ahn Suk-hwan in a still from The Uncanny Encounter episode 16.
Sejeong (left) and Ahn Suk-hwan in a still from The Uncanny Encounter episode 16.
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