In “The First Responders” we look at the work that three (3) emergency responders perform and the risks and dangers they face. They work as police (Jin Ho-Gae), as firefighters (Bong Do-Jin), and as paramedics (Song Seol), and they work together. The rescue missions are intense and adrenaline-fueled.
“Han River Police” is about a team of police officers who serve as a river patrol. The Han River is a major river in South Korea that is iconic and has historical significance. Since the beginning of Joseon in 1392, the river has been a valuable transportation route and facilitated trade and commerce.
“Pandora: Beneath the Paradise” begins with a major announcement which is much like real news about Elon Musk and Neuralink. In real life, it’s a brain chip and in this fictional K-drama series, it’s a brain patch. Pyo Jae-Hyun, CEO of Hatch, announced that their research team had created a VR small patch that allows the direct input of unlearned data into the human brain.
In “Flex X Cop”, Jin I-Soo, a rich young man, a third-generation chaebol, has a father who announced his candidacy for mayor of Seoul. During the press conference, the mayor hopeful is informed that his son has been arrested. He was not aware of that and when he went to the police station to get the facts, he was so angry with his son that he disowned him.
In “A Shop for Killers”, Jeong Ji-An’s uncle, Jeong Jin-Man, was the one who took care of her after her parents and grandmother passed away. He seemed like a nice uncle, even though he did have a scar on his face. That scar was probably an indication of the type of life he was leading.
In “One Dollar Lawyer”, a man stands on the Han River Bridge contemplating suicide. Negotiators are trying to talk him down. But Cheon Ji-Hun takes a different approach. He climbs up to tell the man that he is there because the man hired him. The guy who was thinking about suicide remembers that he did call someone who said they would take their case and only charge 1000 won.
In “Shadow Detective” Season 1, Kim Taek-Rok, a 30-year veteran police investigator assigned to the Homicide and Special Crimes Investigation Unit (HSCIU) is framed for killing fellow officers when in actuality he wanted to save their lives.
‘The Worst of Evil’ is set in the 1990s. Park Jun-mu is a rural police officer who goes undercover as Kwon Seung-ho. His mission is to infiltrate a gangster organization, Gangnam Union, by getting close to and taking down its leader, Jung Gi-cheol. The organization is a drug cartel that is selling Gangnam Crystal, a new powerful drug, The customers can usually purchase the drug when they visit the nightclubs also owned by the crime lord.
Adamas is the symbol of a powerful Korean conglomerate. It’s the kind of item a professional thief would want to steal just so that he or she could brag about it.
“Revenant” begins with a subtle warning and a safety precaution. Doors are the passageways that connect both worlds. Whether or not you believe in ghosts, be careful when you open a door.
In “Vigilante”, Kim Ji-Yong is a top student in the police academy. But when we first meet him, he is a young child sitting in a courtroom. His mother was the victim of a violent crime but the criminal was sentenced to only 3 and a half years. Why? Well! Because he didn’t really have the “intention” to commit the crime? WHAT?