He Is Psychometric has become a K-drama fan favourite thanks to its intrigue-filled plot and leading man Jinyoung (you probably know him from GOT7).
He plays Lee An, who has the ability to touch people and objects to read their memories. He wants to help solve crimes but he's not all that bright - luckily he meets Yoon Jae In (Shin Ye Eun), who wants to fight crime and also get her wrongly-accused father out of prison. Then a LOT more happens (we won't spoil it here!).
Now that the series is reaching its end, it's the best time to start watching! After all, this means you don't need to worry about waiting on a cliffhanger for the next week's episode. Here's why we think you should be binge-watching He Is Psychometric.
1. Jinyoung in a lead role
This is the first time Jinyoung's taken the lead in a major network drama and he really shines. From moments that'll have you sobbing to making you burst out laughing, he can change in an instant and carries the show with his captivating performance.
2. Psychometry is wild
If pyschometry were a real thing, it would change crime investigations, that's for sure. We're obsessed with the scenes where Lee An performs it by touching objects or people and seeing into their history. From devastating to hilarious, there's all sorts of clues to be found in those moments.
3. Wildly intertwining fates
Because what's more classic K-drama than falling in love with the person who could bring your deepest traumas to the forefront? Who wants light-hearted, easygoing romance anyway? Right? RIGHT?
4. Comic timing
This drama gets pretty heavy with its crime plot (we'll say no more, no spoilers here!), but the mood is always lightened by some well-timed laughs. Whether it's Lee An being his usual goofy self or one of the side characters, you'll get that relief you need before diving into the plot again.
5. Strong women getting stuff done
The drama has rookie cop Yoon Jae In who wants to get her father out of prison, as well as Kim Da Som playing headstrong talented detective Eun Ji Soo. Neither of them is messing around when it comes to their jobs, and we love watching them persevere in fighting for justice.
So tell us, are you keen to watch He Is Psychometric?
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