An film the set Korean crime drama Or by OCN, Voice is written, acted, and refined by a special production team. The film has the participation of one of the actors South Korea favorite Jang Hyuk (Chuno, Thank You, Midas, Fated To Love You, Old Goodbye) and a new but impressive actress, Lee Ha Na.
Why did the movie appeal to me?
I hope to see her in future dramas. There was never a dull moment in this show and the writing and production team was super crafty in making the audience guess exactly who the serial killer was who killed Jang Hyuk’s character’s wife and character’s father Lee Ha Na. This leads us to be skewed towards a character when the person is actually doing things act Dirty it’s someone else.
The biggest thing the Voice team did to create this mystery was NOT to announce the name of a lead actor until some episodes had aired. That main cast, when he arrived on the scene, sent a shockwave, and I totally miss I was so happy when I finally saw his name and face added to the beginning of the movie – Jae Wook Kim (Coffee Prince, Bad Guy, Mary Stayed Out All Night and the hit movie The Last Princess).
However, after his first few moments on screen, my heart sank, as it was immediately clear that his character was criminal crazy (I would love it if he played a nice guy, like he does in his other shows, but I guess all actors like to portray a bunch of characters).
However, I shouldn’t be disappointed: he ended up creating one of the scariest and most memorable villains in K-drama history, ultimately capturing the attention of fans for too long. for me, especially those who are new to K-drama.
I’ve been saying for years that Jae Wook Kim deserves to be the first male lead in a drama; Korea has a bad habit of often casting the same great actors as the second male lead instead of the first, and that’s not fair. Jae Wook has so many years of experience in acting, heck, Coffee Prince was in 2007.
And he certainly has the striking looks needed to be the first male lead. Perhaps his performance in this movie will ultimately be responsible for helping him get the first male lead he has. It’s funny, but when I watched Voice for the second time, I could easily recognize him even though his killer character was disguised. I didn’t understand that it was him the first time. Shame on me!
Detective Moo Jin Hyuk (Jang Hyuk) has built a great reputation as a good cop who has solved many big cases and who has built a team of members. central become like brothers to him, including his right-hand man Sim Dae Sik (Baek Sung Hyun).
However, after his wife was murdered by a serial killer, for (initially) unknown reasons, and the man arrested for the crime was released because of too little evidence, His life has been out of control for three years. He became filled with guilt that he was unable to protect his wife as she was calling 911 on his cell phone,
Meanwhile, policewoman Kang Kwon Joo (Lee Ha Na) graduated from a police academy with the highest grades and was put to work at a 911 call center. While working there, a case A brutal murder occurred in which her father was involved, trying to prevent the crime from happening. Her father Kang Kook Hwan (Son Jong Hak) was killed right now school and Kwon Joo heard what happened over the phone. Imagine hearing your father get killed over the phone. How can you really recover then?
She, like Jin Hyuk, vows to catch his killer no matter what happens and no matter how long it takes. Then she came America to learn policemanship, and come back Weld Quoc as a professional voice recorder, because she has developed a special talent: super sensitive hearing. Tiny sounds that can reach another police officer’s ears become additional clues for her in solving difficult cases.
At first, because Kwon Joo had said that the man arrested for the murder of Jin Hyuk’s wife did not have the same killer’ The voice she heard on the phone that night, Jin Hyuk appeared belligerent. to her, accusing her of secret motives by lying, but nothing could make it clearer than the truth. She is a woman with high morals and just wants to be honest to solve cases.
Ironically, Detective Jin Hyuk and voice actor Kang Kwon Joo work together to solve cases, assigned by the supervisor to a special group called the Golden Time Team, consisting of two rising police talents. Oh Hyun Ho (Yesung) and Park Eun Soo (Sun Eun Seo) who will work with phones that receive distress calls. The team combines their talents to solve cases like kidnapping, child abuse, rescuing passengers on a vandalized bus, plotting to kill policemen, etc.
In the end, they all work together to find a way to catch the insane serial killer of Jin Hyuk and Kwon Joo’s loved ones, who happen to be the same man, Mo Tae Gu (Jae Wook Kim). . He is a vile co-worker to watch out for, as he is the wealthy son of a corrupt businessman Mo Gi Beom (Lee Do Kyung) who owns the company The biggest bus in the country.
His wealth and power, and the silence of his father who knew he was insane, sheltered him for years from arrest after committing multiple murders. His father also pays another murderer Nam Sang Tae (Kim Ro Ha, who has the most perfect face to play a criminal!) to take down his son, which he eventually has to do. paid with his life when Tae Gu killed his own people.
The race to get Tae Gu before he kills more people has come to a spectacular end, and his final punishment is ghastly as hell! Correct warning. You can’t be a cranky person and watch it, otherwise you could have nightmares. From the online comments I read from fans, a lot of them don’t want to see Tae Gu get his support the way he does – they think it’s overdone. I disagree.
He has destroyed so many lives that nothing anyone has done to punish him will be enough. He deserves exactly what he gets! He would have liked it if Jin Hyuk had sunk to his base floor and killed him, but no, the writer was wiser than that and made him receive justice from his own kind – the lunatic!
Would I recommend this movie to you?
If you love a great police show, don’t miss it Voice. In fact, it’s great OCN crime-solving shows like this, and Missing Noir M and Tunnel should be supported by America’s Netflix. Netflix really needs to listen to longtime fans of the genre so they know where to go to fund the best “original productions.” OCN creates the best crime-solving programs in the world and Voice , as of the time of this writing, is their highest rated program.
The race to get Tae Gu before he kills more people has ended in a spectacular one, and his final punishment is macabre as hell! Correct warning. You can’t be a cranky person and watch it, otherwise you could have nightmares. From the online comments I read from fans, a lot of them don’t want to see Tae Gu get his support the way he does – they think it’s overdone. I disagree.
If you love movies mentality criminals, don’t miss Voice. In fact, it’s great OCN crime-solving shows like this, and Missing Noir M and Tunnel should be supported by America’s Netflix. Netflix really needs to listen to longtime fans of the genre so they know where to go to fund the best “original productions.” OCN creates the best crime-solving programs in the world and Voice , as of the time of this writing, is their highest rated program.