When I saw the trailer for the Netflix drama D.P., I didn’t think it would be this serious.
There are 6 episodes in total, so 6 hours have passed quickly since I started watching episode 1.
After I finished watching it, I felt bitter, but it’s a drama that reflects reality well.
Before watching D.P. drama, actor Koo Kyo-hwan looked forward to it.
Each actor has a specific feeling, and in the case of Koo Kyo-hwan, he showed a different side of him every time, so I was looking forward to what he would do in this D.P.
Of course, actor Jung Hae-in expected to play a serious role and actor Koo Kyo-hwan expected to play a different role, but he was right to some extent.
It seems that Korean men who have been to the army will be more immersed in D.P.
That’s how well the story of the Korean army is told.
Due to the structure of the D.P. drama, there seems to be no problem with season 2.
I think it would be enough to produce one episode each against the backdrop of a deserting main character.
There are chase and action scenes depending on the soldier who defected from the military, and fortunately, actor Jung Hae-in was a soldier who boxed, so action scenes were okay.
Well-made K-Drama D.P.
I think the biggest strength of D.P. drama is the actors.
Starting with Jung Hae-in, Koo Kyo-hwan, Kim Sung-kyun, and Son Seok-koo, who are the main actors, the supporting actors of each story are really good.
In particular, actors Cho Hyun-chul and Shin Seung-ho played the last part of D.P. well.
It’s not a fun story, but I think it’s a drama that was made very well with fast development, solid story, and great acting by actors.
I recommend you to watch it.