Uncanny Counter Season 2 Episode 3 Review: Recruiters armed with new powers

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The supernatural mystery K drama with the same name, directed by Yoo Seon-dong, is back with The Uncanny Counter Season 2. Along with other cast members, the drama features Cho Kyeong-kyu, Yoo Joon-sang, Kim Se-jeong, Yeom Hye-ran, Ahn Suk-hwan, and Yoo In-soo in the lead roles.

The narrative of the Counters, who capture demonic beings from the dead who have arrived in search of immortality, is continued in the current season. The Counters are prepared for a counterattack and will halt anybody who comes their way despite fresh gang members joining and greater evils approaching them.

The 12-episode series will air on tvN on Saturdays and Sundays at 9:20 PM KST, taking over See You in My 19th Life’s time slot. The duration of The Uncanny Counter season 2 episode 3 is 69 minutes. Here is what you need to know about the Uncanny Counter season 2 episode 3.

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The counters relocate to a new place in the latest episode of The Uncanny Counter

Pil-gwang enters the noodle store at the start of The Uncanny Counter season 2 episode 3. So Mun then notices him. The two begin to access each other’s powers as they sit across from one another and engage in a psychokinetic duel that ends in a draw. They only realize how stunning the other is after the two have separated, though.

However, since the three spirits have found their headquarters, the Counters opt to relocate to a different area. When Mo-tak learns that Ju-seok has escaped with a fire engine, he is in the middle of teaching the new recruits. Ju-seok is put behind bars after failing to kill the man. Mun is surprised to learn of this and hurries to meet Ju-seok, only to find him regretting that he couldn’t exact revenge on his wife. Mun is therefore sad for him but powerless to intervene.

The arrival of spirits is the beginning of a new war in the Uncanny Counter episode 3.

The Counters are amazed by Jang-mul’s arrangement for the squad as they are brought to a new site. The team quickly changes into their new clothes after Jang-mul prepares them for a session of training. Even though So Mun ultimately defeats everyone, Ha-na is not willing to give up. It is So Mun against everyone.

She doesn’t halt the match until she is eventually able to strike So Mun, to everyone’s cheers. After a confrontation with other inmates, Ju-seok is placed in isolation in prison. 

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Just thereafter, Jeok-bong makes his comeback and is about to approach her when he stumbles and has a nosebleed. He begins to smell something unpleasant as a result, which he believes is coming from the man in front of him. However, he hasn’t entered the man’s piano academy; instead, an evil spirit (Kim Hieora) has. The third episode of this season ushers in additional surprises and reveals that the arrival of the three evil spirits in Korea was only the beginning. The true tragedy started with a death, and this will eventually lead to major mayhem in the show.

Let’s see what the next episode of the Uncanny Counter season 2 on Netflix has stored for the fans!

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