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Numbers korean drama review
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by Coolforthesummer
juil. 29, 2023
12 épisodes vus sur 12
Complété 2
Globalement 8.5
Histoire 8.0
Jeu d'acteur/Casting 9.0
Musique 8.0
Degrés de Re-visionnage 8.0
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Numbers: A Decent Watch, Though Not Without Faults

"It was good, but it had the potential to be even better."
The revenge drama set in an accounting firm, may not appeal to everyone. Personally i found it challenging to understand many of its scenes and terminologies, especially if you're not familiar with the commerce field or accounting. However, those with knowledge in these areas might enjoy it more.

The core plot is straightforward, the ML's father figure commits suicide (later revealed to be murder) due to injustice, leading him to set on a path of revenge. Unlike typical action packed revenge dramas, this one is more business driven.

The show has its both positive and negative points .

What I liked:

1. Acting: The performances of all three lead characters and the supporting cast impressed me. Particularly, SML Han Seung Jo and the main antagonist Han Je Kyun delivered standout performances. The seasoned ensemble actors also gave their best.

2. Production value: The drama boasted excellent production value and the budget was put to good use. It even gave me vibes reminiscent of tvN/SBS dramas rather than MBC dramas.

3. Background: The drama's setting in an accounting firm was a refreshing change, as there are only a few dramas based on this field.

4. Twists: Each episode's cleverly implemented plot twists kept me eagerly awaiting the next episode.

What I disliked:

1. Story/Writing: Although the plot and background were promising, the execution fell short in helping viewers fully comprehend the complexities. Compared to other dramas based on fields like medical, law, bank, police, esport etc this one proved more challenging to follow. It would have been better if the writers had ensured clarity for a broader audience.

2. Characterization: While the male lead Jang Ho Woo's character was decent, I couldn't emotionally connect with him. Additionally, the idea of a high school graduate successfully working in such a prestigious accounting firm seemed implausible. His constant stroke of luck when solving problems didn't feel believable. On the other hand, female lead Jin Yeon Ah's character was disappointing and even some minor supporting characters carried more weight in the plot. Jang Jisoo's character felt more like the actual female lead of the show.

In conclusion, the show has its own pros and cons, which may influence your enjoyment of it.
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