The series about the vampire prosecutor Min Tae Yeon continues with new cases for him and his team, new team members and new vampires. This time there will be people who know Tae Yeon from his past and others, who can easily recognise him as a vampire.
Vampire Prosecutor 2 manages to do what very, very, very few sequels do; be as great as the first season while tying the storylines together extremely well.
While the second season focuses more on the vampire aspect of the universe and less on the crimes, it's a nice change. The murders have hints of the overarching story in them, and the plot is tight, tying together hints from the first season perfectly with the second season. Scattered clues begin to form the big picture and the viewers aren't treated like idiots; it's a refreshing change.
The acting stays superb, with the great team camaraderie staying. Everyone slipped right back into their roles so that there was little character changes from first and second season. The new players filled their roles well and also managed to tie into the overarching story.
For being one of the best sequels I've seen, in regards as a stand-alone 'season' and as part of a larger series, this show nearly owns my heart.
They are both about the police and postmortem examiners working together to solve cases.
The male protagonists are lonely people, who had something dark happen in their past. Both men have a father-figure in an older postmortem examiner. The woman in both of their lives is younger and a somewhat careless colleague of theirs who follows them around like a puppy.