Vampire Prosecutor

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Vampire Prosecutor

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Yeon Jung Hoon, better known for his melodramatic roles, comes to the small screen as Prosecutor Min Tae Yeon who happens to be a vampire. With little memory of how he got turned into a vampire, he opts for blood sold on the black market in the posh bars of Seoul. He also has the uncanny ability to tell where the victim of his cases died, and how they died based on their blood's smell and taste. The only person who knows his secret ability is Detective Hwang Soon Bum, and both end up working together in a new joint department between police and prosecutors solving murder cases. Joining them are rookie prosecutor Yoo Jung In and intern Cho Dong Man. Together, they solve murder cases, and each time Tae Yeon uses his "powers" to find leads on cases that seem unsolvable. But the one thing he can't solve is: who was the vampire/serial killer that turned him seven years ago? And what happens when Jung In becomes suspicious of Tae Yeon's "questionable" tactics in solving cases...moreless

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AIRED ON 12/18/2011

Season 1 : Episode 12

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  • Korean vamps - who knew?

    9.5
    This show is fantastic and conveniently on Netflix instant viewing. Don't be afraid to watch this if you're not a fan of vampires - this really is a crime drama masquerading as a vampire show. The supernatural doesn't intrude on the show in any meaningful way as the vampires in this show might as well just be extremely prolific serial killers who are really good at martial arts. You probably won't be too put off by it.

    Also, fans of Moonlight who didn't just watch that show because Alex O'Loughlin is the hottest man on the planet will thoroughly enjoy this show. The idea of this show is similar minus the overt romance between Beth and Mick. There's plenty of action and the team of misfits that make up Prosecutor Min's team is hilarious to watch. The show's writers have found a good balance between tragedy and humor. The acting is also pretty good, although Detective Hwang can be a bit over the top. The title may sound trite in English, but don't let that fool you. CSI fans might enjoy it too, although the focus is less on the forensics themselves and more on the investigating.moreless

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