7 Reasons You Should Start Watching OCN’s “VOICE” Starring Jang Hyuk And Lee Ha Na

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OCN “Voice” has become one of the most-talked-about OCN dramas in recent memory. The drama found success domestically and internationally and today, we are discussing the 7 reasons why you should start watching VOICE starring Jang Hyuk and Lee Ha Na.

Jang Hyuk’s back to action

Jang Hyuk didn’t have the best of luck with his projects in 2016. In case you didn’t know, Jang Hyuk starred in a medical drama about a psychopathic doctor who treats patients only using his brain without allowing his heart to interfere in the process.

The drama was met with very poor ratings since it was up against Park Shin Hye’s “Doctors”, the drama was cut by 2 episodes, from 16 to 14, and at later date, reports as made by Soompi revealed that the cast has not been paid for their some of their appearance fees for the drama yet.

Luckily, he went back to his roots of martial arts in-your-face characters and found success with his new drama.

Kim Jae Wook comeback to the small screen

Kim Jae Wook has been mostly absent from the limelight in recent years, however, he made a splash return to the small screen with his role in “Voice.” We won’t spoil it, but he makes a splashing special appearance in the drama. He carried the role beautifully and effortlessly as you’d expect from an actor this talented.

It’s a feast for horror and gore fans

If you’re a fan of horror or psychological thrillers, then you’ve come to the right place and you don’t even have to be a kdrama fan to enjoy it.

“Voice” does not hold back on the violence. The production crew and the makeup team have done an amazing job in this drama.

The drama features lots and lots of blood and some slight jump scares, if you’re a fan of such types of kdramas you’ve come to the right place.

It features an amazing performance by Super Junior Yesung

Super Junior Yesung gives one of the best performances in this drama hands down.

The idol-actor had the chance to showcase his capabilities and truly helped bring his character to life, he gained so much praise for his acting in this drama.

It’s fast paced

Many kdramas fall into stereotypes and sometimes, that can make them boring, but with this drama this is not the case, you’ll be the one begging the cast takes it slow.

The drama is fast-paced, there is always something important happening, there is no dull moment in “Voice”

It’s well-written

“Voice” is written well and as we said before, its fast-paced and also surprising. There are many twists and turns happening in each episodes.

“Voice” surpassed all our expectations, it’ll have you gasping for air and talking about how well-written it is.

The screenwriter has done an amazing job and put a lot of effort into it.

There is no cliché forced romance

“Voice” is an OCN drama and you know what that usually means, OCN dramas are gloomy and often tackles difficult subjects such as murder leaving no place for romance. If you’re a fan of rom-coms, this might be a difficult one to watch, but if you’re a fan of dramas that focus more on solving cases rather than romance, you’ve come to the right place.

However, there is a side-plot about a romantic couple, but romance is never the focus of the plot.

By Jass K.

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