Song Joong-ki in a still from Vincenzo. Towards the end, the show ceased to be a David-versus-Goliath story and turned into a slowburn tale of vengeance.
Song Joong-ki in a still from Vincenzo. Towards the end, the show ceased to be a David-versus-Goliath story and turned into a slowburn tale of vengeance.

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K-drama review: Vincenzo – Netflix’s wild and absorbing show, starring Song Joong-ki, ends on troubling note

  • The David-versus-Goliath story turns into a tale of vengeance with Song Joong-ki’s Vincenzo turning sadistic, which the audience is somehow expected to forgive
  • Viewers still got the happy ending they were probably hoping for from the show, but the bitter taste that came with it may have come as a surprise for some

Song Joong-ki in a still from Vincenzo. Towards the end, the show ceased to be a David-versus-Goliath story and turned into a slowburn tale of vengeance.
Song Joong-ki in a still from Vincenzo. Towards the end, the show ceased to be a David-versus-Goliath story and turned into a slowburn tale of vengeance.
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