[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Blade Man" Episode 6 2014/09/30,
It's time for Hong-bin to actively pursue the mystery behind his blackouts and it's about time. If the strange transformations went unexplained very much longer it would have damaged the strength of the plot. Luckily, Hong-bin is intelligent and his secretary is bad at keeping secrets. Hong-bin's horrified reaction to discovering that he transforms when he's angry is quite understandable,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Blade Man" Episode 4 2014/09/24, "Blade Man" is settling into a groove that balancing plot development with the show's love of long emotional beats and reveals. Hong-bin's anger-fueled blades are as much of a mystery to him as they are to the viewers. This episode sheds a bit more light on them as Hong-bin becomes more and more fascinated with Se-dong, her fierce attitude, and her ability to make everyone around her smile. The most engaging part of "Blade Man" is the relationship between Hong-bin, Se-dong, and Chang,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Blade Man" Episode 2 2014/09/15, "Blade Man" is a show that takes the normal set-up elements of K-drama and morphs them into something new. The unexpected child is not just a silent motivator, but a full-fledged character who inspires plot movement. The female lead isn't just an airhead with no power. She has intelligence and drive. The male lead is both completely unlikeable and entirely pitiable. On top of these are the beautiful camera styling by the director.
I find "Blade Man" a delightful surprise because its promotional material made it seem like "just another" K-drama with nothing innovational,...More
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