K-Drama fans have some hopeful news for them The creepy counter Season 2. The 2020 drama was a fan favorite based on a webtoon story about individuals fighting renegade demons. Following the success of the first season, OCN reported that a second installment is in the works for 2021. But a year has passed and until now there have been no updates. Actor Kim SeJeong is reportedly set to return The creepy counter Season 2.
[WARNING: This article contains mild spoilers for The Uncanny Counter.]
Kim SeJeong is excited about the role in Season 2 of The Uncanny Counter
Fans finally get an update on the popular fantasy storyline. According to Soompi, Kim SeJoeng has received an offer to return The creepy counter Season 2 in a lead role. While the news doesn’t explicitly state that she will return as her original character, fans can speculate that she will take on the role of Do Ha-na.
The actor’s agency, Jellyfish Entertainment, reported: “She is considering the offer positively [to star in ‘The Uncanny Counter 2’].” No further information was shared about the new season, its storyline, or its returning cast. But with Kim reviewing the role, hopefully fans will get an update on the rest of the original cast.
The creepy counter was a huge success for OCN, earning the network’s highest ratings. The main cast wowed fans and Kim was hoping to return for a new season. According to Soompi, Kim stated that she wasn’t upset about the K-drama finale “because I’m sure it won’t be the end.”
At that time, OCN has not confirmed the second season of Uncanny Counterbut Kim explained, “However, if it becomes a reality, I think all the actors [from Season 1] will probably want to return for it. Because everyone in the cast and crew has been really great, I think everyone will want to be involved as long as we’re able to continue with this team.”
The Uncanny Counter focuses on a group of enhanced individuals fighting demons
What drew fans’ attention to K-Drama was its funny, dramatic, mysterious and heartbreaking storyline. Based on a webtoon, Jo Byeong-gyu stars as So-mun, an 18-year-old who lost his parents in a car accident and became disabled in one leg.
In a bizarre incident, he encounters the Counters, a team assigned by the afterlife to exorcise renegade demons. Byeong-gyu is inhabited by a spirit from Yung, the border between the afterlife and the living. Gaining superhuman abilities, he joins Counters’ team. Kim SeJeong plays Do Ha-na, the sole survivor of her deceased family. She can sense ghosts and read memories.
Yoo Jun-sang plays Ga Mo-tak with superhuman strength. But his memories of his past have been erased and tied to the mystery of Byeong-gyu’s parents’ deaths. As a mother figure, actor Yeom Hye-ran acts as Choo Mae-ok. Mae-ok, a grieving mother, joined the Counters and had healing abilities. Together they go after powerful demons and uncover a hidden secret.
What is Season 2 of The Uncanny Counter about?
With Kim SeJeong looking at the offer to star The creepy counter Season 2 fans are excited to see where the new episode will begin. In the K-Drama finale, the characters are stronger than ever and continue their work. But the K-Drama left out a prolonged ending of the webtoon.
The original webtoon ends on a different note with the reveal and a new villain with the same counter abilities. Webtoon fans are also aware that a second part continued the storyline. It is unclear whether The creepy counter Season 2 follows the webtoon again.
Fans can watch The creepy counter on Netflix.
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