Spotlight (2008)

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Oh Tae Suk, a supervisor in a news division, works with his junior reporter Seo Woo Jin to expose the injustices of society.


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3 October 2019 | alberttan-26854
8
| Good plot, good acting, but...
Overall, if you're looking for a good story with TV broadcasting/journalism as the background, this is overall a good series. The plot is well written, enjoyable to watch and the acting on all sides is great, especially the lead characters.

But, and this is the BIG but! With 16 episodes, it would have been so easy to include romance into the plot as well. After all, the lead characters have so, so much opportunity and it would have quadrupled the entertainment value of the entire series. But alas, now and then, very very sparingly, once a while in a very slight nuanced way, it's hinted, whispered, suggested, oh so mildly, here a little, there a little, in probably less than 1% of the entire screen time over 16 episodes and at the end of the series, well, I can't do a spoiler, right?...Now what does the writer and director have against mixing a healthy and rich dose of romance into this well-written drama?!

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Genres

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Release Date:

14 May 2008

Language

Korean


Country of Origin

South Korea

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