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The moment I feel that violence between humans is scarier than the struggle against monsters, I think about it. What is 'humanity.
Netflix's original drama "Sweet Home" is about monsters as the director Eung-bok Lee intended, but it makes you think about humans. intended, but it makes you think about humans.
Hyun-soo (played by Song Kang), who became a monster after school violence, appears to be a little dark and timid, ordinary student, except for the expansion of black spots in his eyes and not dying even if he dies.
It is hard to truly appreciate Jisoo's guitar performance, or to call Hyun-soo, who breaks down every time a monster appears in the green groove and enters the solitary cell, a complete monster. In the second half of the year, Eun-hyuk (played by Do-hyun Lee ) warned Eun-hyuk (played by Sung-chul Kim) that "I'm not your hunting dog," but it is also "human" to remember that Green Home people thanked him.
On the other hand, the gang of criminals headed by Jung-seop (played by Joon-seok Heo) is wearing human masks, but they are scarier than monsters. This is especially true in scenes where they draw a small circle on the floor and lock it up to people who have already been at war with monsters in a narrow green home, or try to frighten the patient, Ji-soo (Kyu-young Park). Furthermore, military organizations that try to find and exterminate special infections seem like a collection of monsters.
Except for them, most residents of Green Home are "ordinary people" who constantly agonize and sometimes show great courage at critical moments. Hyun-soo and Sun-young (played by Hyun Kim) are both grateful and sorry for Hyun-soo and Sun-young, but at the same time, the sacrifice of Jae-hun (played by Nam-hee Kim), who can be called the highlight of the play, is a strong human figure. In particular, Jae-heon's sword, which appears in a series of casualties, seems to symbolize the hope of mankind.
Based on Naver's webtoon of the same name, "Sweet Home" is fully enjoyable in itself, even if you don't necessarily think of a grand message.
The main song, which features pipe organ performance, leads viewers to the world of "Sweet Home," and the green home set adds immersion by maximizing the unique creepy of webtoons. The excellent video tone and appropriate sound effects seem to be watching a high-quality horror movie, and the scenes of monsters and humans spilling blood serve as metaphor and leave afterimage.
Producer Eung-bok Lee, who has shown delicate and beautiful productions in "Guardian" and "Mr. Sunshine" in collaboration with writer Eun-sook Kim, has implemented his organs well in a new challenge of the genre of creativity. Although it is a work full of blood, it was considered so that ordinary viewers, not genre drama enthusiasts, can enjoy genre dramas and dramas together through the control of strong medicine.
It is also notable that the original setting was faithfully made up for or changed the narrative more solidly with the production, making it a smoother development than webtoons. However, it is expected to be pointed out that the fact that violence against female characters has been described as too high a level, even considering the platform and genre.
With the reversal of Sang-wook (played by Jin-wook Lee) in the last episode expected next season, attention is also being paid to how the K-creature drama "Sweet Home" will react overseas, following the zombie historical drama "Kingdom," which has taken advantage of Korea's unique characteristics.
"Sweet Home" is a total of 10 episodes, and can be seen on Netflix.