Korean Drama Impressions: Vampire Detective Episode 5 Review

Vampire Detective Korean Drama - Lee Joon

Well, there is not much to tell about episode 5 of Vampire Detective.  With the introduction of our main antagonist Yo Na (Lee Chung Ah) last week, I was hoping the over-arching back story would finally get some more screen time.  Wrong!

Rather than focus on the main mystery that was set in place back in episode 1 or even the fact that yes, San (Lee Joon) is supposed to be a vampire, we continue on with our next completely unrelated case.

San gives his customary momentary display of the fact that he does have powers and is a vampire, but as usual, absolutely nothing is mentioned about it.  So why did this drama even bother to make him a vampire?

The final scene of this episode does show San receiving a phone call from Yo Na. We get a little taunting from her followed by a request to meet with him.  Then the episode ends.  That’s it.

It’s like we make a little forward progress, only to takes steps right back to where we were.  The preview for episode 6 looks heavily focused on our next case.  So at this point, I’m anticipating only a small snippet of the back story again for that episode.

Best of luck to all of us who are still on the journey that is Vampire Detective.

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