Jung Hae-in (right) as Ha Dong-soo in a still from Connect. Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike’s gruesome and thoroughly entertaining thriller breathes life into outworn K-drama themes through excellent cinematography and black humour.
Jung Hae-in (right) as Ha Dong-soo in a still from Connect. Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike’s gruesome and thoroughly entertaining thriller breathes life into outworn K-drama themes through excellent cinematography and black humour.

Busan 2022: Disney+ K-drama Connect – Jung Hae-in stars in Takashi Miike’s wickedly fun – and gruesome – Korean drama debut

  • Japanese filmmaker breathes new life into K-drama tropes in series about a demented serial killer and a man with the miraculous ability to recover from injury
  • The show’s gory violence is deftly tempered with black humour, and the impressive cinematography and pacing make this an incredibly entertaining watch

Jung Hae-in (right) as Ha Dong-soo in a still from Connect. Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike’s gruesome and thoroughly entertaining thriller breathes life into outworn K-drama themes through excellent cinematography and black humour.
Jung Hae-in (right) as Ha Dong-soo in a still from Connect. Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike’s gruesome and thoroughly entertaining thriller breathes life into outworn K-drama themes through excellent cinematography and black humour.
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