Kim Moon-ho, a popular broadcasting company reporter, sets out to uncover the truth behind a decades-old criminal case. As he does so, he is joined by top-tier fighter Seo Jung-hoo (Ji Chang-wook), also known as ‘Healer,’ and tabloid reporter Chae Young-shin (Park Min-young). While investigating a 1992 case involving an illegal pro-democracy broadcast station, the three develop into full-fledged investigative journalists and face danger at every stage of the investigation.
2. Kill Me Heal Me
Kill Me Heal Me is an engrossing suspense drama that follows Cha Do Hyun (Ji Sung), a businessman suffering from dissociative identity disorder. When he develops the following a traumatic event, he continues to attempt to regain control of his life. Simultaneously, a psychiatric resident offers to help him covertly, but her brother has a different plan for Cha.
If you enjoy stories about time travel, Signal follows two detectives, one in 2015 and the other in 1989, as they solve a mystery using a walkie talkie and their abilities to travel back and forth in time. However, as the plot progresses, we learn about the limitations of the supernatural act as well as the mysterious gadget, all while witnessing a battle against time.
The crime thriller follows the life of prosecutor Park Jung-woo (Ji Sung), who is accused of murdering his own family. His battle with Cha Min-ho (Uhm Ki-joon), a criminal who cost him his wife and children, inspires him to solve and fight his own case this time. The plot’s unpredictability and the cast’s performances make the Korean series highly bingeable.
Cha Dal-gun, who lost a nephew in the plane crash, launches an extensive investigation after more than 200 people are killed. He is determined to uncover the truth behind the mysterious mishap, as played by Lee Seung-gi. Soon, he is confronted with corruption, crime, and a web of conspiracies.