Drama Review 'Wanted' Episode 3

Drama Review 'Wanted' Episode 3

"Wanted"could have without problemstrusted suspense over a inventory kidnapping story, yetit's miles refreshing to peer how formidable its creators are in touching refined social mattersvia it. This time around domestic violence and its remedy by the law and press turn out to be a topic. We also in finding out more about our characters, adding Seung-in and his possibly painful past. With the 2d oneproject being passed and Hyeon-woo's prestige being unconfirmed, Hye-in has so much to deal with.

The domestic violence case is difficult to watch, but it'sany other reminder of the way much and how little trial by media matters. Justice is blind, but its hands are incessantly open to the perfect bidder and media does now notalternate this. What media does is supply United States of America alongside an phantasm of power. Hundredsobserve trends. We combat for reasons when anything is changed into a spectacle. Then we leave the actualwarring partiesat the back of and godirectly tothe following Twitter hashtag which makes us feel relevant.

AdvertisementThis false sense of importance and causing switch in the arena is inflated by the media which have the ease of it. Seeing Bo-yeon (Hyosung) crack a grin when she sees her helpfulpaintingsbecoming more popular is a blood-chilling scene. Seeing the team speak about how they will have to use the trending call for the kidnapper displays merely how much their work relies on getting the loads to feel integrated and in control.

Dong-wook (Eom Tae-woong) knows his greed for those reactions, giving us a little trace of self-awareness and hence kindness, when he tells Yeon Woo-sin (Park Hyo-joo) that he wishessomebodygreat to stay him in grounded. Seung-in (Ji Hyeon-woo) provides us his own moments of sincerity when he displays emotional connection to the domestic abuse case. Most likely he and his mom suffered a equivalent fate. This would possibly occasionallyassist him empathize, but it'll potentially cloud his judgement.

The list of suspects isn't getting smaller and the creators of"Wanted"are obviouslydecidedto debris with viewers. Hye-in's (Kim Ah-joong) manager, Kwon Kyeong-hoon (Bae Yoo-ram) may neatly besmitten by her, but I don't see him as the culprit. Jeong-ho (Park Hae-joon) is a jerk, but he may be hiding affection and fear for Hyeon-woo (Park Min-soo). That will be the more appealing twist.

Few works would kill a child, but Hyeon-woo's fate worries me and I wish to see everyone's reactions to the photograph. If his cries had been recordings, anything else but a video indicating the present date and time generally is a lie. The photomay just exist manipulated or Hyeon-woo might be dead in it. I'm hoping the series gives no less than one personathe similar doubt, which is an affordable one to have and which wants addressing if it isn'tthe large twist.

"Wanted"is directed byPark Yong-soon, written byHan Ji-wan-Iand featuresKim Ah-joong,Ji Hyeon-woo,Eom Tae-woongandPark Hae-joon.