Song Seung-heon in a still from Voice 4 as the series’ new co-lead character, LAPD police officer Derek Joo, who takes most of the spotlight from Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na). Song Seung-heon in a still from Voice 4 as the series’ new co-lead character, LAPD police officer Derek Joo, who takes most of the spotlight from Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na).
Song Seung-heon in a still from Voice 4 as the series’ new co-lead character, LAPD police officer Derek Joo, who takes most of the spotlight from Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na).

K-drama midseason recap: Voice 4 – crime series beginning to flag

  • After a promising start, Voice 4 barges forward with a hodgepodge of lacklustre investigations and a main story that is an incoherent mess of half-baked ideas
  • New co-lead LAPD police officer Derek Joo (Song Seung-heon) takes most of the spotlight from Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na) – and it’s a pretty poor trade-off

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Song Seung-heon in a still from Voice 4 as the series’ new co-lead character, LAPD police officer Derek Joo, who takes most of the spotlight from Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na). Song Seung-heon in a still from Voice 4 as the series’ new co-lead character, LAPD police officer Derek Joo, who takes most of the spotlight from Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na).
Song Seung-heon in a still from Voice 4 as the series’ new co-lead character, LAPD police officer Derek Joo, who takes most of the spotlight from Kang Kwon-joo (Lee Ha-na).
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