[Drama Review] First Impression on “Voice”

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KMazing – “Voice” is a drama directed by Kim HongSan, and the screenwriter for the series is Ma Jin-Won. Starring Jang Hyuk, Lee Ha-Na, Baek Sung-Hyun, and YeSung. Voice is a mystery thriller drama. Well, it would be suitable for you who love a thrilling exciting and drama. Scheduled for 16 episodes, the television series is taking the path as mystery drama based on a criminal world. Telling the story about two detectives trying to solve a serial murder case that also get their loved ones killed.

Plot of The Story

Moo Jin-Hyuk (Jang Hyuk) is a reliable detective, he leads the team in major operations and always succeeds in capturing the target fugitive. Until one day, his wife died in a murder case. This accident shock him and throw him into depression that almost end his career, in the end he was assigned as an ordinary cop. Until one day Moo Jin-Hyuk was again offered as leader of the Golden Time team by Kang Kwon-Joo. Tim Golden Time is a team of police officers tasked with responding quickly to emergency calls through call center 112.

Actually Moo Jin-Hyuk and Kang Kwon-Joo had known each other before. Kang Kwon-Joo (Lee Ha-Na) is a 112 call center clerk who responds shortly before Moo Jin-Hyuk’s wife is killed. This led him to be involved as a witness. Unfortunately during the trial, the actual evidence has been manipulated so the truth is not revealed and the murderer of Moo Jin-Hyuk’s wife can not be punished. This makes Moo Jin-Hyuk hates Kang Kwon-Joo.

Our Temp Opinion

Watching the first episode of Voice summarized in just one word: tense! Well, at least that’s what I feel. And expect a lot of disturbing scenes throughout this drama considering that the series is clearly taking their background in criminal cases. But this drama would be suitable for you who like mystery or thriller genre. Voice mark the return of Jang Hyuk after his hiatus in 2016 and perfectly portrayed his character in Beautiful Mind as Lee Young-Oh. Kang Kwon-Joo character played perfectly by Lee Ha-Na.

I love this kind of drama as my escape interlude drama between the cheesy lovey theme that are all over K-Drama. Voice is perfectly written and I can see that the screenwriter dig pretty deep for the material, in a way it’s almost a perfect drama if only the supporting cast could be giving more central role rather than being a side dish. If you are not meticulous person like me, you will love this drama.

 

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