Yes! It’s happening, the highly anticipated K Drama The Uncanny Counter: Counter Punch is returning with its second season. The wildly popular K Drama OCN series (now TVN) is all set to return to the streaming platform on Saturday, July 29, 2023. The series was initially released on TVN and later streamed on the OTT platform, Netflix. TVN revealed that the show will have 12 Episodes in the upcoming season.
Although the second season will see fewer episodes than the initial one, The Uncanny Counter: Counter Punch is certainly shaping up to be one of the most entertaining series of the year. Each episode of the series will have a runtime of 70 minutes. New episodes of the K-drama will premiere every Saturday and Sunday for six weeks until the final episode on Sunday, September 3rd, 2023.
What is the plot for The Uncanny Counter: Counter Punch Season 2?
The synopsis of Season 2 is the same as The Uncanny Counter: Counter Punch’s Season 1.
Noodle shop employees by day and demon hunters by night, the Counters use special abilities to chase down malevolent spirits that prey on humans.
The Uncanny Counter: Counter Punch Cast
The Uncanny Counter: Counter Punch is host to an exceptionally talented star cast. Moreover, the good news is that all of the main cast will be returning for a second season. The main cast includes
- Cho Byeong Kyu as So Moon
- Yoo Joon Sang as Ga Mo Tak
- Kim Se Jeong as Do Ha Na
- Yeom Hye Ran as Chue Mae Ok
- Ahn Suk Hwan as Choi Jang Mool
The show will also be featuring newcomer Yoo In Soo, who’ll be playing the role of Na Joek Bong.
Apart from the aforementioned actors, The Uncanny Counter is also host to several other actors essaying pivotal roles in the show including:
- Jin seon Kyu as Ma Joo Seok
- Kang Ki Young as Pil Kwang
- Kim Hi Eo Ra as Gelly Berherd
- Kim Hyun Wook as Wong Yeok
- Moon Sook as Wi Gen
- Kim So Ra as Kim Gi Ran
- Lee Chan Hyung as Kwon Soo Ho
- Yoon Joo Sang as Ha Seok Goo
- Lee Joo Shil as Jang Choon Ok
- Kim Eun Soo as Kim Woong Min
- Lee Ji Won as Im Joo Yeon
- Sung Byung Sook as Joo Seok’s mother