K-drama Through the Darkness: Mindhunter finds its Korean equivalent in new criminal profiling series, an adaptation of 2018 book Those Who Read Hearts of Evil

//K-drama Through the Darkness: Mindhunter finds its Korean equivalent in new criminal profiling series, an adaptation of 2018 book Those Who Read Hearts of Evil

K-drama Through the Darkness: Mindhunter finds its Korean equivalent in new criminal profiling series, an adaptation of 2018 book Those Who Read Hearts of Evil

Korean films and dramas have long been known for their grisly serial killer tales, but criminal profiling – the application of behavioural sciences on criminal investigations – was only adopted by South Korean law enforcement in the year 2000.By then, twisted thrillers such as Tell Me Something had already captured the public imagination, and the seminal Memories of Murder was only three years away.Korea’s first criminal profiler was Kwon Il-yong, and in 2018, along with co-author Ko Na-mu, he…

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