Review: Tomorrow

No. of episodes: 16
Genre: Business, Fantasy, Comedy, Life, Romance
Native title: 내일
Original network: MBC, Netflix

The drama is set in the afterworld’s organisation, Jumadeng who takes care of people after their life on land ended. The crisis management team is the least liked team in Jumadeng lead by Gu Ryeon (Kim Hee Sun), aim to save suicidal people.

Choi Joon Woong (SF9’s Rowoon) is a positive youngster who struggles to get a full time job. While saving a person at Han River, he was accidentally caught into a coma and Jumadeng decided to take him to own their mistake.

If you are one of those people that wonder what happens after death. This is definitely a drama you should catch up on. 

Overall: 5/5

Coma or Work

Slipped into a coma, Joon Woong’s soul left his body in the hospital and went to Jumadeng. Jade Hwang (Kim Hae Sook) was the president/chairman the director of Jumadeng, she gave him 2 options as part of compensation.

A) Work at Jumadeng for 6 months and you will regain conscious with a smooth sailing life. No more struggles to find a job etc.

B) Continue to be back in your body and stay in the coma state for 3 years until the time is up.

Of course, Joon Woong took the first option and was placed under the smallest and newest team in Jumadeng, the RM Team (Risk Management) under Goo Ryun along with Team Lead Im Ryung Goo (Yun Ji Oh).

RM Team

Risk management team is a newly established team that Jade Hwang created for Goo Ryun. Their aim is to bring down the number of suicidal case. No one in Jumadeng likes and support this team as their main job and goal is to facilitates afterlife, not saving one.

The afterworld Jumadeng is punishing those who take their own life seriously and the punishment is cruel. If one chose suicide, he or she will have connects all cut off from his/her current life.

Every living they save are caught into bad mental state that pushes them to the point of wanting to end their life. Three of them are there to find the cause and untie the knot. Helping them to find purpose in life again. Through all the different cases, some are bittersweet, some are filled with regrets, some are beautiful reunions, it allows you to stand in another point of view.

What happened to Joon Woong after he served his 6 months in Jumadeng? The bond he created with the team was so strongly that turned into friendship.

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