Why? Well despite the professionally printed discs in a box set with an embossed slipcase – all of which screams out professional – it is down to the subtitles. Let me first say that this is a police procedural show (that happens to include a vampire). The first 6 of 12 episodes were excellently subtitled and I thoroughly enjoyed the show. The next 6 were burdened with literal subtitles and were a chore to watch. Now normally, with poor subtitles – especially literal ones – you can suffer through and pick up visual clues as to the direction of narrative. Not so with a police procedure show, where you are trying to follow the narrative as they crack a crime!
|funky veins around the eyes|
|Min and Hwang|
|Kim Ye Jin as Soo Hee|
|possible vampire attack|
|Park Jae Hoon is the bartender|
There are two ways to become a vampire. To be transfused with vampire blood or to be the first victim of a vampire – only the first victim is turned.
|the vampire prosecutor|
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