Korean Drama Review YAAS

You’re all surrounded (2014) 你们被包围了

Genre: Mystery, Crime, Romance, Action, Thriller

Enjoyment: 9/10  Pace: 8/10  No. of times I watched it: 1

you r all surrounded

starring Lee Seung Ki as Eun Dae Gu / Kim Ji Yong, Cha Seung Won as Seo Pan Suk and Go Ah Ra as Uh Soo Sun.

The child actors acted very well, especially the one who played Ji Yong. The drama is definitely a thriller at the start. They solved many different cases even though they ruined the 1st 2 by starting up a fight when they are undercover and letting their guards down. The 3rd one was solved due to luck. They were actually held hostage at a food stall and the one who held them hostage with some high school girls even let a gas leak, threatening that he will kill them. The funny part is Dae Gu and Soo Sun were handcuffed together and they have to pretend that they are a couple to prevent themselves from being found out that they are police. So funny that four people are needed to catch a captor and tie him in a dead knot.

After that, Dae Gu’s identity is slowly revealed and he even got stabbed by the same person who was hunting him down 11 years ago. When they thought that the case was closed, it actually wasn’t and the bad guys are still trying to get rid of him.

At first, Pan Suk thought that they will just cause disasters but changed his mind after that. Looks like there’s a will, there’s a way. Even Dae Gu starts to like his job. Learnt that interest can be developed after sense of accomplishment is felt. Teamwork is important. As they gather their strength, they can solve crimes. A police is a police after all. They have to chase criminals even when they are on a date haha. As it reaches the end, sadly, there does not seem like there is a major climax and the main part of the drama emphasises Dae Gu’s misfortune.

MV+Favourite osts: What’s Wrong With Me by San E (Feat.Kang Min Hee) and Love, That One Word by Taeyeon ost ig post

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