2021 may have only just begun. We all just got our respective feet in 2021, but Netflix is poised to resume their phenomenal year of K-dramas with the arrival of The Uncanny Counter.
The scope and popularity of K-dramas is growing all the time. Fans all over the world rave about the history of many famous K-Dramas and the latest TV hit causing a ripple effect in South Korea is a demon hunter adventure full of action, thrills and loads of puzzles.
Equivalent Parts In addition to The Gods, Spider-Man, and Extreme Job, The Uncanny Counter is a 16-part variation on Jang Yi’s famous Daum webtoon (or advanced comic) Amazing Rumor from OCN, the link network behind Voice and Rugal. The arrangement was widely released on Netflix on November 28th, with new episodes broadcast every Saturday and Sunday.
The eerie counter takes place in the anecdotal town of Jungjin and begins with a preamble in which a young boy, So-mun, is driving a vehicle with his police guards. Their wonderful ride is mercilessly halted when a truck hits them, leaving the guards dead, leaving them to limp.
The Uncanny Counter premiered on November 28, 2020 on OCN. The series is broadcast every Saturday and Sunday. It is also available for online streaming worldwide on streaming giant Netflix. It is currently the highest rated OCN series.
The Uncanny Counter episode 9 will air on Netflix one or the other Saturday, January 2nd or Sunday, January 3rd, depending on your worldwide region.
The Uncanny Counter isn’t all that in-depth. However, if you’re a K-dramatization fan, it may well be a resuscitating shift from the standard of “two socialmediagossips with opposite conditions feeling passionate” seen in the majority of the agreement Netflix imports into US masses.