4 Reasons To Watch Voice Starring Jang Hyuk And Lee Ha Na The new action-packed drama “Voice” from OCN, starring Jang Hyuk and Lee Ha Na, did a number on my nerves. This drama will give you a serious case of cliffhangers, which is obviously annoying when you have to wait a whole week to see what happens next. I found myself getting anxious and pretty scared watching the intense plot unfold. I actually almost skimmed through it because I was so scared, but I sucked it up for the team and bit my nails as I watched.
If you need some reasons to watch this action-packed mystery drama, here they are!
1. The edge-of-your-seat anticipation and action
I can almost guarantee that your heart will stop at least once in the first episode. Action and thrillers are not my favorite genres to watch, but this drama will have you hooked within the first few minutes — guaranteed. The setting of the drama is at an emergency call center, which, if you can imagine, is pretty intense. People calling into the center are escaping near death situations and you just really want the police officers to hurry up and rescue them. There are a lot of guns, fighting, and intense emotions that will keep you coming back for more, and there are different stories within the episodes, so it never feels like it’s dragging on.
2. Jang Hyuk and Lee Ha Na
It’s hard to believe that the same man who played this character: is also playing this character:
In almost any role that Jang Hyuk takes on, you can guarantee he will give a great performance. He’s a seasoned actor with a lengthy repertoire of films and dramas. Whether it’s playing Jun Ji Hyun‘s cute and sensitive first love in the movie “Windstruck” to the rich and snobby but romantic main lead in “Fated to Love You,” Jang Hyuk has secured a spot as being one of the best actors out there. This drama is no exception.
His intense and angsty portrayal as the police officer Moo Jin Hyuk really drives the whole plot and feel of the drama. He displays such a wide range of emotions. From the first episode, viewers are submerged into some tragic events that happen in his life, which later become the reason why he is so determined and passionate in his quest to catch criminals. He also has a young son who is sick in the hospital, and the scenes that these two share are really heartbreaking. Jin Hyuk’s real driving force in life is his son and you can really feel the emotions of his character through these scenes; it’s really hard to picture anyone else in this role. Lee Ha Na plays Kang Kwon Joo, who starts off in the first episode as being one of the call center employees. She becomes a witness in a case that involves Jin Hyuk’s wife, and she testifies in court. However, she accuses the detectives and police officers of catching the wrong criminal. Jin Hyuk becomes upset at her and cannot understand why she is making such accusations. What he doesn’t know is that she has this ability to hear things from afar and can hear things through the phone really clearly, which is obviously a good skill to have for a woman in her position.
Fast forward to a few years after this case, she returns to the call center where Jin Hyuk is working, but as the head of the division. At first they butt heads, but then he comes to understand that she really is gifted.