K-drama review: Dark Hole – sci-fi horror series loses itself in an abyss of loose ends

//K-drama review: Dark Hole – sci-fi horror series loses itself in an abyss of loose ends

K-drama review: Dark Hole – sci-fi horror series loses itself in an abyss of loose ends

This article contains spoilers. 1/5 stars Many K-dramas are guilty of being overindulgent in their painstaking efforts to tie off each story thread that has survived until their finales, leaving no stone unturned. Not so in the case of Dark Hole, the sci-fi horror show from OCN starring Kim Ok-vin and Lee Joon-hyuk, which failed to answer almost as many questions as it posed. The show set up its premise and got to the action quickly all the way back in episode one, when the rural town of…

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