ReviewNetflix K-drama review: The Uncanny Counter 2 – disappointing season winds down to predictable end as wafer-thin new characters add nothing to plot
Season 2 of Netflix’s fantasy K-drama comes up short, as new characters played by Kang Ki-young, Yoo In-soo and more never become fully formed, and add littleAn exception is tragic antagonist Ju-seok, but even he offers no surprises as the season comes to a dreary, foreseeable end that leaves us asking ‘who cares?’Korean drama reviewsPierce ConranPublished: 5:15pm, 6 Sep, 2023Why you can trust SCMP
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Lead cast: Jo Byeong-gyu, Yu Jun-sang, Kim Se-jeong, Yum Hye-ran
Latest Nielsen rating: 6.1 per cent
When the second season of The Uncanny Counter began this summer it introduced us to a flurry of new characters, including new counter Na Jeok-bong (Yoo In-soo) and level three spirits Hwang Pil-gwang (Kang Ki-young) and Gelly Choi (Kim Hieora).