Netflix’s korean drama Agents of mystery review-trendalertdaily

korean drama Agents of Mystery

Netflix has dropped its unique work of creation under the k-dramas category (korean drama). Korean Director Jeong Jong-yeon again arrived with his new work, Agents of Mystery, on Netflix after the sucession of the renowed shows The Devil’s Plan, The Great Escape, and High School Mystery Club.

Agents of Mystery, an unscripted Korean show, premiered on June 18, 2024. Agents of Mystery has a team of six members who will be responsible for solving massive and complex case which is beyond the imagination. They promise to deliver great teamwork from their members along with a combination of suspense, humor, twists and turns.

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Ageents of Mystery (korean drama) release date: June 18, 2024.

Genere: Reality & Game show.

OTT platform: Netflix

Synopsis: Agents of Mystery, a Korean drama, sets up a distinct team of six investigators who are assembled for the purpose of tackling the mysterious case with their unique skills and sense of humor to solve the case’s mystery, which is locked in the box.

Where to watch:

K-drama Agents of Mystery Trailer

K drama Agents of Mystery trailer.

Director Jeong Jong-yeon, well known for their previous marvelous creations, The Devil’s Plan, The Great Escape Room, and The High School Club Mystery, landed on Netflix with his fresh work, Agents of Mystery. The plot of the show feels simple, under which only 6 hours is given to solve each case that shares a paranormal nature. But here, a massive twist walks in every single episode. It holds a major amount of jump scare with a bit of scary visuals that can make you feel afraid, Although it is an unscripted show that doesn’t contain that many VFXs, the designed set lets you dive into the horror atmosphere.

Writing & Plotting: Agents of Mystery is designed for enthusiastic viewers who love to watch detective stories. Writing was done in a neutral manner, which promises a decent level of entertainment, but if this same presentation were adapted into fiction, it could feel more horrific and scary, but according to the parameters of the show, ideation, plotting and writing were done well. The narration was on track and satisfying in all aspects of the writing, dialogue wasn’t such a big deal as each character sounded real throughout the show, moderator’s words could be better.

Direction: Must say direction was top notch, as many viewers witnessed the level of direction, especially from the Korean directors. After experiencing the most-liked show, The Devil’s Plan, the audience can expect a more polished version of the direction from Jeong Jong-yeon. He followed all the principle that a director should follow and presented a huge amount of output in front of us. A slide of old vibe from his previous creation can easily be shown in some scenes of investigation.

Netflix agent of mystery korean drama

Camera Work: Camera work was normal, catching the feed from multiple angles or 360°. This show doesn’t include many cinematic shots but can’t seem boring; it just maintains a slope of major and interesting visuals that let you engage throughout the show and don’t let you go till all the mysteries get unfolded with unique twists and turns.

Set Design: A massive applause fo the set designer who fabricated this lucrative set for the Agents of Mystery. The design was totally in sync with the theme of the show and didn’t take over. Set design has a direct connection to all other aspects of the filmography, which include cinematography, sound design, direction and many more. It feels especially in the respective mysteries when it begin to unfold. Props were used smartly and didn’t seem to be placed forcefully in a particular scene, set design contributed to create scene more captative and intense.

Sound Design: Instruments were perfectly chosen for the sound of this show. Agents of Mystery have a common sound that grabs the viewers till the end of every mystery, but the main aspect to focus on is that in every single mystery, we hear a different captative suspense, a horrific sound that justifies the scene in every term such as theme, plotting, writing and many more crucial points.

Editing & VFXs: A stage where every creation of films get best or worst output, korean drama Agents of Mystery fully performed the process of editing. We noticed some repetitive camera shots and even angles but they can be ignored as it don’t impact the aura of the show. VFXs are consumed in a fixed ratio, which is a good feeling for any cinephile or even a normal user as it doesn’t seem over representation of visuals.

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