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Comedy, Romance


The protagonist, Irin, has a reputation for being fierce and fearless, earning her the nickname "The Devil." However, this is simply a front she puts on to protect and support her younger sister, Inn. Despite Irin's cold behavior, her neighbor Namcha, a young veterinarian, remains unwavering in his love for her. Their connection dates back to their time as students, when they were in a romantic relationship. Unfortunately, Irin abruptly ended their relationship without providing any explanation.

Namcha's love for Irin has never wavered, but she doubts that his feelings remain the same. Determined to prove his enduring love for her, Namcha embarks on a mission to win Irin's heart once again. While love should be straightforward for them, various obstacles such as family, work, and even friends threaten to drive them apart.

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  • darksaturn40

    Overall 6

    Story 6.5Acting 7.5Music 7.5Rewatch Value 4

    A Wild and Surprising Roller Coaster Ride: Devil Sister

    Prepare yourself for a series that will leave you speechless and constantly questioning what just happened. Devil Sister brings a unique twist to the table, though not in the most conventional way. From the very beginning, you'll find yourself cringing, but trust me, it's all part of the experience!

    Originally planned for a different time slot, Devil Sister took us by surprise when it replaced two incredibly empowering shows. This change caused some initial skepticism, but hey, sometimes...

    change can be a good thing, right?

    Let's dive into the twisted plot and its enigmatic title. The story revolves around two sisters, with one of them seemingly being the "devilish" one. At first, it appears to be Irin, who engages in some seriously nasty stuff. However, the plot takes unexpected turns, and we're left wondering who truly holds the devilish title.

    Although the characters themselves might not win any popularity contests, it's important to note that the actors and actresses deliver solid performances. Their portrayal of these flawed and complex individuals is exactly what you would expect from such seasoned performers.

    Now, let's talk about Namcha, the character who walks the fine line between toxic and misunderstood. He's handsome, caring (towards animals and Irin, at least), but boy, does he have a knack for manipulation. His actions and intentions leave you feeling conflicted. Is it puppy love or something creepier? Brace yourself for a ride through the depths of his psyche.

    Irin, on the other hand, is no better. Yes, she has a tragic past, but that doesn't excuse her aggressive behavior. A gaslighting incident in the first episode sets the tone for her character, making it difficult to fully redeem her in the eyes of the audience. She comes across as immature and lacking the basic skills of communication, which causes more harm than good.

    Meanwhile, her sister Inn is a tragic heroine, suffering from both mental and physical illnesses. She seems trapped in a web of emotional abuse, surrounded by manipulative figures. While some may argue that she lacks maturity, it's evident that her actions are a result of her circumstances rather than malicious intent.

    Lastly, we have Jin, who serves as a foil to Namcha. His love for Irin is genuine, and he tries his best to navigate the complicated dynamics surrounding her. Despite some questionable motives linked to his actions, he never takes advantage of the situation for personal gain. Jin finds himself caught in the crossfire of family drama, leaving us torn between sympathy and mixed emotions.

    Devil Sister starts to redeem itself in the later episodes as it tackles societal issues head-on. But let's be honest, it's a bumpy road until then. The show offers valuable lessons about outdated tropes, reminding us all that progressiveness is the way forward.

    If you're looking for a wild, unexpected journey packed with cringe-worthy moments, then Devil Sister is definitely worth a watch. Just buckle up and prepare to be stunned. GMMTV might have stumbled with this one, but the message is clear: embrace change and keep pushing boundaries for a better and more progressive future in the world of TV series.

  • mightywhale83

    Overall 8.5

    Story 8Acting 10Music 10Rewatch Value 6

    Once upon a time, there was a TV series that seemed to divide its audience right down the middle. Some people couldn't understand why others enjoyed it so much, while negativity seemed to be the prevailing opinion. It's always interesting how different perspectives can shape our viewing experiences. Personally, I found myself strangely drawn to this series, despite its repetitive themes.

    The rise, climate, and fall of the story could easily be labeled as predictable. It's as if the same events were happening over and over...

    again, yet something about it kept me coming back each week. I can't put my finger on exactly what it was, but it had a hold on me. While I may not have loved the series as a whole, there were certain scenes that resonated with me deeply enough to warrant a rewatch.

    However, despite its flaws in terms of plot, there were elements that stood out. The two main actors delivered exceptional performances. It was particularly noteworthy for one of them, as it was their debut in a leading role. The growth and improvement in their acting were evident and commendable. Additionally, the music in the series was a standout feature. The fact that the two main leads sang their own songs added an authentic touch that I appreciated.

    Now, this series may not hold up to the standards of greatness in the eyes of many. Yet, for those who approach it without expecting too much, it might just be worth investing some time in. Perhaps there is more to be found beneath its surface than meets the eye.

  • roughmemento

    Overall 5.5

    Story 4Acting 8Music 8Rewatch Value 2

    Love shouldn't be this toxic, you know? This TV show is just full of red flags. The writing is seriously terrible. People were hating on the bad guys, but honestly, they were the only ones keeping the story going. Yeah, there were a few sweet moments between Namcha and Irin, but they were overshadowed by how poorly Irin treated Namcha. And the worst part is, nothing really happens after those moments. It's like they're stuck going around in circles.

    Irin, despite being older, acts so immature....

    She can never make up her mind and she's just all over the place. I mean, in the first episode, she fired an employee just because she didn't like their scent. Talk about a real Karen move. I know some women can be difficult, but come on. They portray Irin as this strong, successful woman, so she shouldn't be acting like that.

    And Namcha, well, he's not exactly cute (although the actor who plays him is, ha!). He basically stalks Irin, follows her everywhere, and manipulates everyone all in the name of love. I get it, unconditional love and all that, but it's not healthy if you take it too far. Plus, Irin doesn't really have any redeeming qualities that would make me understand why Namcha loves her unconditionally. The sister, on the other hand, needs some serious help. She's all over the place emotionally and even has suicidal thoughts. Irin should have seen that and tried to get her some help instead of just trying to protect her all the time.

    The characters all have their flaws, which is fine, but how the heck did they end up bringing together these four terrible characters with such negative personalities and expect it to all work out? Personally, I would have preferred if the story started with Namcha meeting Irin in the present and slowly getting to know her as the story unfolded. The whole past thing, with the age gap and everything, just added unnecessary drama that couldn't seem to be resolved.

    Anyway, I still think people should give this show a shot. Some people actually like it. But be warned, there's a lot of gaslighting, manipulation, and toxicity going on. The only reason I stuck around was because of Win. He's a great actor, and I hope he gets a better project next time.

  • loudliu

    Overall 4

    Story 2Acting 8Music 7Rewatch Value 1

    So, like, I just finished watching this drama, and let me tell you, it was a huge letdown. I mean, when it comes to a good drama, you want a killer plot and characters you can actually root for, right? Well, this show had none of that. The plot was just so unbelievable, it made me question why it even made it on air. Seriously, it should have stayed hidden forever. And don't even get me started on the script. Eye-rolling moments galore! Plus, there...

    were so many loose ends that were never tied up. What happened to that character's PTSD? Or the evil uncle? And come on, what about the grandpa's will? It's like the writers just threw in all these plot points for the sake of drama without bothering to resolve them. Talk about frustrating!

    Oh, and let's not forget about the characters. Ugh, most of them were so one-dimensional, it was hard to care about them. The only ones who kept things interesting were Inn and Jin. The main leads, though? Despicable. The girl couldn't make up her mind about who she really wanted, leading the poor guy on for way too many episodes. And the guy? Total creep, constantly stalking her. Like, get a grip, dude! I still don't understand why he was so obsessed with her.

    Honestly, the lack of character growth was a major letdown. They were just as unlikable in the last episode as they were in the first. And don't even get me started on the supporting characters. They were so predictable and only showed up when the plot needed them.

    I gotta give some props, though. Win and Piploy were the saving grace of this mess. They really stood out with their amazing acting skills. If it wasn't for them, I would've dropped this show like a hot potato. Trust me, there are way better dramas out there.

  • quickhelen

    Overall 4

    Story 3.5Acting 7Music 7Rewatch Value 1

    Intense Romance Review - Must-See Drama!

    Okay, guys, buckle up because we've got a rollercoaster of emotions ahead! This series delves into the complex relationships of its characters, and let me tell you, it's a wild ride from start to finish.

    First things first, let's address the elephant in the room - the main couple. Now, I have to admit, their dynamic is quite controversial. Irin may have played a significant role in Namcha's life when they were younger, which I must say is a bit eyebrow-raising....

    But hey, that's what keeps things interesting, right? If you switch the genders, it might be seen as creepy, but let's not forget we're here for the drama!

    Chemistry-wise, these two lovebirds might not have set the screen on fire, but that didn't stop me from being sucked into their captivating performances. Irin's actress delivered a stellar performance, despite the occasional bumps in the script. Win, on the other hand, had his moments, but I've seen him shine brighter elsewhere.

    Now, let's talk about Namcha's persistence. Boy, he just can't give Irin a moment of peace, can he? It's like he's constantly on her tail, determined to make her realize that they should be together. However, his relentless pursuit might just be bordering on...annoying. Seriously, Namcha, let the girl breathe!

    But fear not, my fellow drama enthusiasts, because the real gems of the show lie elsewhere. Enter Inn and Jin, the saving graces of this series. Inn's character is a complex web of tragedy and unfortunate circumstances. She's in desperate need of some professional help, but all she gets is a bunch of toxic relationships. Poor girl! Jin, despite not getting a proper backstory, is fascinating in his own right. He plays the puppet master, manipulating relationships left and right, but unexpectedly finds himself falling for Inn. Can we say unexpected plot twist?

    Now, let's give credit where credit is due - the actresses who portray Inn and Irin are top-notch. They bring their characters to life and keep us on the edge of our seats, eagerly awaiting their next moves.

    So, should you watch this series? Absolutely, but I do have one piece of advice. Skip over the cringe-worthy "romantic" scenes between Namcha and Irin, and you're in for quite an entertaining treat. It may not be groundbreaking, but it's definitely worth your time.

    Get ready for an intense romance that will have you hooked until the very last episode!