Today, we will have Aftermath review! Are you excited and expected about our review? Let’s watch this wonderful drama!
I watched this short series Aftermath (2014) the year it premiered, then watched it again in 2017 to jot down my review. The series was supported by a fantasy webtoon by Kim Sun Kwon and was originally filmed to look on mobile devices. It absolutely was directed by Kim Yang Hee, a graduate of the recent York Film Academy, and produced by Oasis Pictures. due to its short length, you’ll be able to pass with flying colors this drama in no time.
The young actors were unaccustomed to me at the time, but now, several years later, I recognize a number of them from other shows I’ve watched since its original premiere.
The Story of Aftermath (2014)
Quiet, unassuming, and nice high school student Ahn Dae Yong (actor Dong Joon, Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho, and also the So Jisub film an organization Man) has an accident while reproval his girlfriend Joo Hee Kyung (Sun Joo Ah, Doll House) on the highest of a second story building, falling and landing on a car below. he’s rushed to the hospital and finally ends up in an exceeding coma but makes a miraculous recovery.
Soon enough, his mother takes him home and he suddenly becomes aware he has developed an excellent power, to predict who may well be a murderer and who is on the point of die. those that appear to him to own red eyes seem to be destined to die soon, while those with blue eyes seem to be on the brink of commit murder. (Since most Asian folks have dark brown to almost black eyes BOTH eye colors stand out as unusual to an audience).
Ahn Dae Yong decides to use this power to do and save the lives of individuals with red eyes who are getting ready to die, and after some successes and consequent notoriety within the media, he becomes an unexpected hero to the people. Gone is his nice quiet life.
At first, he relishes all the additional attention he receives, as an example saving a whole bunch of individuals with red eyes who are on a train with him, and preventing a girl with red eyes from committing suicide, but in time he starts dreading his newfound popularity, especially when some nefarious types like bully Kim Jung Gu (Kim Geun Hyung) try and start trouble with him, to the purpose where he gets so angry HE suddenly develops blue eyes as he develops murderous thoughts toward the bullies, and even toward his own best male friend, Jo In Ho (Kim Min Sook, Descendants Of The Sun, High School: Love On).
Can he ever get his life back to normal again, or is he destined to become a murderer?
If you wish short but suspenseful K-dramas and a robust performance by a number one man then check it out. It’s scary, but since it had been mostly aimed toward teenagers it is not quite as scary as united would expect.