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Based on the webtoon D.P: Dog Days, written and illustrated by Kim Bo-tong, this affecting new K-drama on Netflix focuses on the pains and struggles of young men in South Korea serving two years of mandatory military service.The series begins with Ahn Jun-ho (Jung Hae-in) on his final day before enlistment. Through our brief glimpses of his civilian life, we learn enough about the character to be instantly invested, even before his army experiences begin. Behind Jun-ho’s calm and reserved demeanour lie hints of a troubled past, originating from the childhood trauma of watching his mother suffer at the hands of his abusive father.D.P Season 1 Download
Having lived a tough life, Jun-ho isn’t fazed by the strict discipline and excruciating physical training that comes with boot camp. What does bother him is the pervasive culture of bullying he witnesses. In particular, his bunkmate Cho Seok-bong (Jo Hyun-chul) becomes the target of a cruel senior soldier named Hwang Jang-soo (Shin Seung-ho), who uses his authority to continually harass, beat up and humiliate the soft-hearted boy. Thankfully, Jun-ho is spared when his superior, Sergeant Park Beom-goo (Kim Sung-kyun), notices his uncanny observational skills after a chance meeting. Thus, the fresh-faced Private is recruited into the D.P. unit (Deserter Pursuit) of the Military Police, where he’s tasked with apprehending soldiers who’ve gone AWOL.Despite his sharp eye for detail and quick analytical mind, Jun-ho is woefully inexperienced in this kind of work. That is why he’s paired with Corporal Han Ho-yul (Koo Kyo-hwan), a quirky and free-spirited partner who shows him the ropes of investigating and tracking down deserters. The pair’s immediate onscreen chemistry is easily the most winsome part of the show, making full use of their contrasting personalities to deliver an absolutely charming buddy cop dynamic. D.P.’s two leads are especially terrific when playing off one another during their various missions, giving the series some genuine moments of levity and comedy amid some very thematically dark stories.