Still on the fence about whether or not to watch Revenant?
I get you, and that’s totally understandable.
I’ve been following Revenant since the first episode aired, and I can tell you for a fact that it’s really that good.
Stick around, and I’ll let you know some reasons you might want to check it out pronto.
Here are 4 (very) good reasons you should watch Revenant ASAP:
1. Kim Tae Hee is such an amazing actress.
Guys, I already know that Tae Hee has range, but my God – in this drama, she has literally donned different personas.
She can be chilling, bashful, and still manage to be kickass the very next second, and I’m not even joking.
If you enjoyed this amazing actress in “Twenty Five Twenty One,” one of the most epic romance in recent times, you might also love her in this drama, even though it’s decidedly darker than 2521.
2. You missed Sang Tae oppa.
I don’t know about you, but Oh Jung Se won my heart for his role in “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” as Sang Tae, and his character growth was simply stunning.
I mean, he really does give his all to his roles, and he’s so versatile!
I just finished watching “Touch Your Heart,” and it’s amazing how one person can depict so many different characters.
3. You don’t mind googling every second.
I’m not even joking – this drama has led me down so many rabbit holes that it’s not even funny.
Revenant is one of those high-budget Kdramas that’s steeped in culture, and it’s just all so thrilling.
When people ask why I love Kdramas, I tell them it’s because they take me to a different world for a short time.
In the future, when people ask, I’ll simply point them to this drama.
Not to be sappy or anything, but I live for Kdramas that make me think and really leave me gasping – this drama more than delivers on that.
4. You don’t mind the scares.
Guys, I haven’t looked at a mirror or a door the same since I started this drama.
There’s just a lot happening that makes total sense, and Revenant is just spooky in the best of ways.
5. You like a romance that’s more push than pull.
You know, I was a little torn on whether the story planned to include romance (even though there have been these snippets of memories here and there), and with the way he behaved, it felt a little far fetched.
But in one of the latest episodes, Hong Sae actually looks San Young in the eyes and tells her that if she’s a serial killer, she should come to him first.
I’m here to see this drama unfold, and I’m so psyched for everything that’s going to happen.
So, if you don’t mind some screaming and whatnot, then you might enjoy this drama.
That said, don’t sleep on this one. It’s really good ‐ I can vouch for it.
I’m not into horror or supernatural dramas, but Revenant Kdrama has me absolutely hooked, and I really want to see how it progresses.