Netflix series The Uncanny Counter: K-Drama seems worth your time

2021 may have just barely begun. We all have just set their respective foot in 2021 yet Netflix is all set to proceed with their phenomenal year of K-dramas with the arrival of The Uncanny Counter.

The scope and popularity of K-dramas are continually extending. Fans worldwide are crushing over the story of many famous K-Dramas and the most recent TV hit to cause a ripple effect in South Korea is a demon hunter adventure crammed with full of action, filled with thrills and also a lot of mystery.

Equivalent parts Along with the Gods, Spider-Man and Extreme Job, The Uncanny Counter is a 16-episode variation of Jang Yi’s famous Daum webtoon (or advanced comic) Amazing Rumor from OCN, the link network behind Voice and Rugal. The arrangement appeared universally through Netflix on November 28, with new episodes broadcasting each Saturday and Sunday.

The Uncanny Counter happens in the anecdotal town of Jungjin and starts with a preamble during which a little youngster, So-mun, rides in a vehicle with his cop guardians. Their wonderful drive is merciless stopped when a truck pummels into them, leaving the guardians dead thus mun with a limp.

The Uncanny Counter premiered on OCN on November 28, 2020. The series airs on every Saturday and Sunday. It is also available for online streaming worldwide on the streaming giant Netflix. It is currently the highest-rated OCN series.


The Uncanny Counter episode 9 will deliver on Netflix on one or the other Saturday, January second or Sunday, January third relying upon your worldwide area.

There’s nothing too profound about The Uncanny Counter, however, in case you’re a K-dramatization fan, it very well may be a reviving change from the standard thing “two individuals from inverse conditions experience passionate feelings for” saying that we’ve seen in the majority of the arrangement Netflix imports to US crowds.