After more than 2 years, “Missing: The Other Side 2” is finally here. Here are my thoughts on the drama.
I really liked the first season of “Missing: The Other Side.” I remember talking about how, because of how it was set up, I thought it would be good for a second season.
The news of a second season was confirmed in 2021, so it has been a long time coming. But I’m glad it’s finally here because it’s just as good as I remembered and just as sad as I thought it would be.
I only had good things to say about the first season, and the first episodes showed that it was back in full force. It was a beautiful thing to watch. It’s great to see our team back together again, working on cases and helping people who have lost loved ones.
The same people who wrote season 1 also wrote season 2, and I could tell right away that I love how almost everyone is coming back to play the same roles.
I’m also glad they found Eun Hee because her mother went through so much.
I also liked how they explained why Pan Seok couldn’t see his daughter in that other village. I can only guess that there are other similar villages in that universe, and I think it also has something to do with where the bodies were buried.
Il Yong is such an interesting character, and as the name suggests, I don’t think he was the nicest person before he died. The fact that he can move around will come in handy over time, and it will also make things tenser.
I don’t think “Missing: The Other Side 2” is a waste of time. The writers did a good job of connecting the two seasons, and the way the script is set up makes it possible for multiple seasons to take place in many different places. I also think this could work well if it was adopted in other countries.
The idea of a village where the missing dead bodies are kept is a unique and nice one. It might happen in other situations, but this one is especially heartbreakingly beautiful and sad.
I cried through the first two episodes, and I’m pretty sure I’ll cry through the rest of the series as well. The screenwriters were great at making people feel things without making them seem forced or fake.
The main actors, like Go Soo and Heo Jun Ho, are still as good as ever, and it was great to see them on screen again. Also, Kim Dong Hwi’s new role in this drama has already shown that he is a rising star with a lot to offer. I’m very hopeful that “Missing: The Other Side 2” will do well. So far, he’s done a great job, and if this drama does well, I think everyone will know about him.
I’m excited to see what happens next.
How to Watch Missing: The Other Side Season 2
For Korean fans, the second season of “Missing: The Other Side” is ready to air on the tvN channel at about 8:50 pm KST. People who don’t live in Korea can also watch Season 2 episodes of “Missing: The Other Side” through streaming services like Netflix basic, Viu, Viki, and Netflix. But for fans to be able to watch the show when it comes on in their countries, they need to keep track of the times listed above and match them with the times in their countries. Viki will cost $8, while a fan would have to pay Rs 99 for Viu.
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Is The Missing Season 1 and 2 Connected?
There are two small links between Season 1 and Season 2 of The Missing, but they aren’t big enough to turn off new viewers. One, it has the same detective, Julian Baptiste (Tchéky Karyo), and two, it tells the story of the first season in the opposite way.
After more than 2 years, “Missing: The Other Side 2” is finally here. Almost everyone is coming back to play the same roles. I cried through the first two episodes, and I’m pretty sure I’ll cry through the rest of the series. It was a beautiful thing to watch. The second season of “Missing: The Other Side” is ready to air.
For Korean fans, the second season airs on the tvN channel at about 8:50 pm KST. People who don’t live in Korea can also watch Season 2 episodes through streaming services like Netflix.