The latest ongoing Korean drama titled HeartBeat episode 2 is out which is written by Jung Seung-joo and Kim Ha-na and directed by Lee Min-soo and Lee Hyun-Seok. The cast is Yoon So-hee, Park Kang-hyun, Ok Taec-yeon, and Woo Ji-an in the lead roles. The duration of episode 2 is 62 minutes. Fans have gone berserk on social media after HeartBeat dropped on Prime Video.
HeartBeat Episode 2: Confusion turns to unsolved mysteries
The plot of Episode 2 begins from where Episode 1 left us. It continued the storyline where Woo-Hyul was near to bite In-hae but she saves herself. Seon Woo-hyul sees the modern world and tries to convenience In-hae but she fails and somehow Woo-hyul succeeds.
The whole episode is filled with hilarious moments. The actor’s performance as Woo Ji-an as Joo In-hae who is a cold-hearted person and also defends herself from a vampire was appreciable. Ok Taec-yeon as Seon Woo-hyul is stunning and his comedy timing is enjoyable. The only supporting actor seen in Heartbeat Episode 2 is Park Kang-hyun as Shin Do-sik.
The cinematography is polished and it’s captured the whole city. The editing work is satisfactory and the direction is done well. There are some scenes in which that person would relate who has never seen a modern city in real life or the person who traveled from past to present.
After watching Heartbeat episode 2 there are some questions that arise in your mind- How does Joo In-hae’s father get the Seon Woo-hyul mansion? Is Joo In-hae a descendant of Seon Woo-hyul’s Chief Butler? Is Seon Woo-hyul’s destiny connected with Joo In-hae? What is the relationship between Do-sik and In-hae? For this, you need to wait for episode 3.
Heartbeat episode 2: Vampire drama compulsion
The overall review if you wanted some light comedy, filled Vampire drama then Heartbeat Episode 2 is for you it also gives the vibes of some old fantasy dramas such as Doom At Your Service, Tale of Nine-Tailed, Goblin, The Legend of Blue Sea, and Hotel del Luna.
If you haven’t watched Heartbeat episode 2 then go and watch it on Prime Video now.