Baek Nam Bong, also known by the name Dr. Frost, is working as a counsellor at the university campus where he finished his psychology degree and during the night works in a bar as a bartender. However, despite being very bright, he has one flaw -- due to an injury he got as a child, he is unable to sympathize with others. When a new assistant, Yun Seong A, begins working with him, the two start to try solving the different problems of those who come to them to seek help.
Dr. Frost follows OCN's tried and true formula of procedural dramas, while also jumping onto the webtoon adaptation wagon. While not terrible by any stretch once it finds its footing, it also fails to live fully up the hype created.
The show is far less gritty than others produced by OCN, with little blood and gore outside of the occasional murder scene. And thanks to the channel's history, the criminal/procedural aspect is well done, with many characters that grip you.
However, the show does manage to fail in making you feel anything for the male lead. Because while it's his character to not being able to feel emotion, there still needs to be something that catches the viewer and makes them want to root for him. And here there was little of it.
A quick watch, it's not the worst out there and a recommend for those that like mind thrillers but unfortunately not something that will blow you away.