My Name

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    I. Introduction

    My Name is a South Korean streaming television series directed by Kim Jin-min and starring Han So-hee, Park Hee-soon, and Ahn Bo-hyun. In September 2020, the cast of TV series was confirmed with the filming beginning in November 2020 and ending in February 2021. Three episodes out of eight were screened at 26th Busan International Film Festival in newly created 'On Screen' section, on October 7, 2021. It was released on Netflix on October 15, 2021.

    II. Synopsis

    Following her father's murder, a revenge-driven woman puts her trust in a powerful crime boss — and enters the police force under his direction.

    Yoon Ji Woo, a member of the organized crime ring, goes undercover as a police officer and harbors cold revenge in her heart. Helping Yoon Ji Woo go undercover is Choi Moo Jin, the boss of, the biggest drug ring in Korea, whose true motives are not easy to read.

    Jeon Pil Do, a police detective in the Drug Investigation Unit. He is a stickler for rules who becomes Yoon Ji Woo’s partner when she joins the police. Cha Gi Ho, the team leader of the Drug Investigation Unit. He and Choi Moo Jin have long been enemies, with Cha Gi Ho vowing to take down his crime ring before he retires.

    Jung Tae Joo, Choi Moo Jin’s subordinate in the drug ring. Because of his steadfast loyalty, he is Choi Moo Jin’s most trusted henchman. Do Kang Jae, a former member of the drug ring. After causing problems and getting kicked out of the gang, he vowed revenge against them.

    III. Teasers & Trailers

    IV. Episodes

    V. OSTs

    VI. Reception

    The series has given the scores of 8.6 on Mydramalist &, 8.1 on IMDB.

    VII. Ready Steady Cut

    Jonathon Wilson from Ready Steady Cut has stated about My Name as follows - My Name is unlikely to equal the sheer cultural impact of Squid Game. But it’s a very different show worthy of just as much attention, delivering a handsome, engaging, bloodthirsty spectacle with plenty of style and verve. Tune in for the action sequences, and stay for the layered portrait of a woman in internal and external turmoil. It’s worth the investment.