Without realizing it, it’s been almost two weeks since we have experienced a period of social distancing. The students also did e-learning and some of the workers applied for a work from home system. Well, instead of being dead all day at home and just doing school or office tasks. Why not just entertain yourself by watching exciting Korean dramas?
From the various drakor genres on Netflix, this time KINCIR will recommend interesting Korean thriller dramas for you to watch. In addition to the gripping storyline and stunning action scenes, this Korean thriller drama will make you nervous while watching. The excitement in each episode can always invite curiosity.
Anything? Let’s take a look at the recommendations below.
1. I Hear Your Voice
The Korean drama, which was worked on by director Joo Soo-won and writer Park Hye-Ryun, attracted attention after pairing two well-known actors and actresses in South Korea, Lee Jong-suk and Suzy. Both of them proved to be able to play the drama I Hear Your Voice so well. In addition to showing the impression of suspense and thriller, this drama also provides a love story that is so sweet.
I Hear Your Voice tells the story of a woman Jang Hye-sung (Lee Bo-young) who has supernatural abilities and can know the fate of a person. Especially before the person dies. Hye-sung then uses his ability to prevent a murder case with the help of a police detective.
The signal is one of the Korean dramas that is guaranteed to make you curious throughout the episode. This tvN drama does not only present action with a touch of thriller and suspense. One of the biggest attractions of this drama is that it brings up some of the crimes that happen in the real world.
This Korean drama tells the story of a young detective, Park Hae-young (Lee Je-hoon) who finds a mysterious walkie-talkie. This walkie-talkie allows him to communicate with a detective from decades ago, namely Lee Jae-Han (Cho Jin-Woong).
With the help of an ambitious female detective, Cha Soo-Hyun (Kim Hye-soo), they then work together to uncover an unsolved criminal case. On the other hand, Park Hae-young and Cha Soo-Hyun were trying to save Lee Jae-Han.
After the success of the Korean drama Signal, a series of TV stations in South Korea immediately released a drama series with the same theme. By combining genres ranging from supernatural, action, crime, to thrillers. One of the thriller dramas that are no less interesting since Signal is Tunnel.
Tunnel tells the story of a police officer who tries to solve a murder case. Interestingly, when he was chasing the killer through a tunnel. He entered into the dimension of time in the past. Here he tries to unravel a murder case related to what is happening in the present. Also back to the future.
This Korean drama does not only prioritize elements of thrillers or criminals. Although the story itself is also inspired by the Hwaseong serial murders. The tunnel combines stories about romance, drama, and action with the right portion. Oh yes, there is an Indonesian version that you can stream on GoPlay.
This Korean drama, which just released its second season on March 13, can be an option for those of you who like dramas with horror and thriller genres. Kingdom tells the story of the Crown Prince of the Joseon dynasty, Lee Chang (Joo Ji-hoon) who is accused of treason in a political power game after the king contracted a deadly epidemic disease and turned into a zombie in the process of his treatment.
Meanwhile, Kingdom 2 will continue the story about the struggle of Crown Prince Lee Chang (Ju Ji-hoon) to continue to survive and his journey to find the secret behind the terrible incident that attacked his country.
With tense action scenes, as well as quite fresh types of zombies, this series makes this series different from other dramas. Plus the production value that can be said to be luxurious with beautiful cinematography, gives a real impression of the Korean royal era in this latest Korean drama.
Just like Kingdom, Vagabond is also one of the Korean dramas with a luxurious production value. This drama using camera special effects is estimated to cost 25 billion won (approximately Rp. 296.2 billion). Vagabond comes with drama and action nuances that are guaranteed to wow the audience.
As an action thriller drama, it’s no wonder this drama is filled with a variety of tense actions. Not just running and hitting, but Vagabond provides a touch of dramatic action that we usually see on the big screen. Vagabond tells the story of a stuntman named Cha Dal-gun (Lee Seung-gi) who is trying to uncover the truth about the plane crash he was traveling in.
Upon his investigation, he detected that a terrible national-scale corruption was behind the accident. Not wanting to stay silent, Dal-gun is increasingly looking for the truth after detecting this. His business is even more interesting when he meets Go Hae-Ri (Bae Suzy), a member of the NIS, and Gi Tae-wong (Shin Sung-rok), the leader of the NIS team.
Do you have any other Korean thriller drama recommendations that are no less stressful?