SBS TV drama "Ghost - Drama", a cyber investigate, ended on the 9th in popularity.
"Ghost - Drama", captivated viewers from the beginning while raising the alarm about cyber crime.
In the midst of the conflict between genius hacker Jo Hyeon-min and police officer Kim Woohyeon, this drama showed how careless comments can lead DIDOS programs as well as hackers to attack the nation and how it can affect the network and long pole.
It showed at the same time, the danger caused by one virus and the scariness behind cyber crime.
The drama shocked viewers in the beginning with the set up of Woo-hyeon dying and then Ki-yeong coming back as Woo-hyeon then brought out curiosity in the middle of the drama regarding the spy in the police force and went through with Kim Woohyeon and Jo Hyeon-min's mental war. The storyline was well made-up with twist after twist and it didn't' try to force in any romance in between but focused on the investigation point. It doesn't mean there wasn't any romance in it.
The little bit of romance in the drama was only added in so slightly so that it didn't stand out or break the wave. The romantic scenes added as spice to the serious drama. There was a love-line between So Ji-sub and Kwak Do-won and Kim Byeol.
The cast did an excellent job as well. So Ji-sub pulled off two roles and Eom Gi-joon portrayed the cold and murderous characteristics of Jo Hyeon-min with just the right amount of density. Kwak Do-won's performance in creating the character of Kwon Hyeok-joo, a crazy character to which he added his own personalities.
"Ghost - Drama" raised the alarm about the seriousness of cyber crime and didn't lose its track on the main theme. It chased two hares at once and perfected the idea of an investigations drama.
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