Ten years ago Park Su Ha's father was brutally killed right in front of his son's eyes. The boy fortunately survived thanks to student Jang Hye Seong, who witnessed the incident and testified against the murderer, Min Jun Guk, in court. Since that day, Su Ha is able to read people's thoughts, an ability he now uses to find and protect the woman who saved him back then. In the meantime Hye Seong has become a public defender, though she struggles to identify with her clients and is visibly annoyed by her new colleagues, particularly dorky former police officer Cha Gwan U. But when Min Jun Guk is eventually released from prison, both Su Ha and Hye Seong find themselves as his first targets of revenge.
I hear your voice is one of the dramas that never, even for a minute makes you feel bored. This drama has every emotion in it, from laughter to sad tears.
Since the day his father had been brutally murdered, Park SuHa has been able to read other people's minds. He was saved by Jang Hye Seong when she took a picture of the happening. Eversince, the murderer, Min Jun Guk has been following them, after he gets released from prison, for revenge.
Even though this drama seems like just another predictable drama, I assure you it's not. Even though another two more episodes had been added to this drama, it wasn't even the slightest bit dragging.
The cast too, had done an exceptionally amazing job. Lee JongSuk was an amazing amazing actor, from his cute pouts to his tears to his anger for the murderer. Jeong UngIn or Min Jun Guk, the murderer, had done an exceptionally amazing job. I felt myself raging every time I saw him on my screen, and that just shows how great of an actor he was and how well he fit the role as a murderer.
If you're looking for an amazing, well-scripted drama, I assure you this is what you HAVE to watch. Highly recommended.
I hear your voice has a concept that could easily go wrong if in the wrong hands, but manages to stay strong until the very end.
The plot is strongly driven, moving fast and never lingering too long on a moment. It's gut-wrenching, heart-warming, action packed and enjoyable. And it manages to do so despite a 2 episode extension, which does make the plot seem to slow down a little bit, but only because of how quickly it was moving along; in a lesser show, the slow-down would not have been noticeable.
The characters are wonderful. They change and adapt, growing as the show progresses, but always maintaining the heart; there's no sudden changes, no personality transplantations, just people being molded by their situations and shifting their beliefs as real people do.
A lot of the great character beats comes from superb acting, with everyone hitting their points. All the recurring actors fit into their roles great, with the veterans continuing their skills and the newcomers nailing it. Lee Jong Seok is definitely the run-away though, with his acting being amazing, particularly during the end.
All of this of course is added on with great directing, which is visible throughout and doesn't fall as great a victim to the live-shoot system as other shows did.
For being great, keeping the heart throughout and for seriously making me believe in it, this show is a definite recommend.
Both series are romances with a touch of comedy that revolve around two people with entwined pasts. They work together to find the murderer who destroyed their childhoods, all the while falling in love with each other.