Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Counter. Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Counter.
Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Counter.
K-drama news

From Sweet Home to The Uncanny Counter, K-dramas use monsters and demons to bring our feelings to life on screen

  • Korean fantasy, horror and sci-fi dramas often reflect our repressed fears and desires. They are rooted in emotional concerns rather than lofty ideas
  • This entertainment subgenre, which owes something to filmmaker Bong Joon-ho and to zombie film Train to Busan, is still in its infancy

Topic |   K-drama news
Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Counter. Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Counter.
Jo Byung-gyu in a still from The Uncanny Counter.
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