The subbed version of SP ep 1 is out !http://www.d-addicts.com/forum/viewtopic_55433.htm
I've watched ep. 4 last night. I don't think truly they should have given away all the action scenes in the ending credits of ep 3. It was like....eh? that's all there is to it?
Now, I just hope that his immediate supervisor Shinichi is the killer of his parents and not only does Junichi find out but pls let Shinichi hide it as much as possible and in the end, give them a cat and mouse chase. Otherwise this story would be too plain, too plain.
For 4 episodes, Shinichi is just walking around saying a few things here and there being totally under utilized.
If this drama is supposed to be serious, then make it more serious with more malice. If this drama is supposed to be funny, put more funny lines in.
It's neither here nor there.
It's not funny like Bayside Shakedown and Hero nor serious like Saimen or Proof of Men.
It's very hard to take it seriously.
I know my complaints are driving all the readers away but those are my thoughts. If I don't post them, you won't see how I feel about this drama.
We need conflict and wholehearted striving asap or else it really drags.
That's why Infernal Affairs is such a great movie because there is internal conflict, turmoil, wholehearted striving and the audience is on the edge hoping to see every small action of Tony Leung and Andy Lau and the cause and effect.
That's why in Time of Dog and Wolf, we are on the edge of the seat because every moment, Lee Jun Ki as the mole could be revealed and get killed.
That's why in the Lobbyists, the latest Korean drama by Song Il Gook, you are still kind of glued to it because you see Song Il Gook, the right hand man to the mafia is constantly striving to get ahead and yet beaten up at every job, and the female star is striving to revenge for his father and every step she is thwarted. That striving is very important.