Kim Seo-hyung as Jung Seo-hyun in a still from Mine. Once she allies with  Seo Hi-soo and  wronged woman Lee Hye-jin to seek revenge, all that’s left for viewers is to see how it is achieved. Kim Seo-hyung as Jung Seo-hyun in a still from Mine. Once she allies with  Seo Hi-soo and  wronged woman Lee Hye-jin to seek revenge, all that’s left for viewers is to see how it is achieved.
Kim Seo-hyung as Jung Seo-hyun in a still from Mine. Once she allies with Seo Hi-soo and wronged woman Lee Hye-jin to seek revenge, all that’s left for viewers is to see how it is achieved.

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K-drama review: Mine – compelling Netflix series sees women come together and queer representation take a step forward

  • Once two powerful women bury their differences and an apparent foe turns ally, viewers of the Korean drama series can but wait to see if they reach their goal
  • In the end there are no big surprises despite a narrative that confusingly arcs forward, then back again. Despite some stumbles, the conclusion is satisfying

Topic |   Korean drama reviews
Kim Seo-hyung as Jung Seo-hyun in a still from Mine. Once she allies with  Seo Hi-soo and  wronged woman Lee Hye-jin to seek revenge, all that’s left for viewers is to see how it is achieved. Kim Seo-hyung as Jung Seo-hyun in a still from Mine. Once she allies with  Seo Hi-soo and  wronged woman Lee Hye-jin to seek revenge, all that’s left for viewers is to see how it is achieved.
Kim Seo-hyung as Jung Seo-hyun in a still from Mine. Once she allies with Seo Hi-soo and wronged woman Lee Hye-jin to seek revenge, all that’s left for viewers is to see how it is achieved.
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