Secret Forest 2 has an ambitious come back with a quality core cast and the message of hitting the Korean political and social hot spot.

The first two episodes of Secret Forest 2 aired in the anticipation of many viewers. The film is expected to become the next representative of the political and criminal detective series, which lacks quality works in recent times.


With only two episodes, Secret Forest 2 has embraced the ambition to discuss deep issues in the executive system while conveying many urgent social messages with a large-scale script and top-notch cast.

It is not natural that both parts of the Secret Forest begin with a local case but eventually develop into a large scale corruption within the executive system itself. It emphasizes that wrongdoing has been ignored from low level to high level, once to many times, to the point that irresponsibility has become normal, injustice persists and corruption continues to expand.


Prosecutor Hwang Si Mok (Jo Seung Woo) still keeps his emotionless face but is irresistible, policewoman Han Yeo Jin (Bae Doo Na) is enthusiastic and funny now seems to make more expressions, Seo Dong Jae (Lee Joon Hyuk) ) “insolent” as cunning as ever, somehow still funny and strange and Lee Yeon Jae (Yoon Se Ah) has both property beauty and power, but her life is still empty, …


In general, Secret Forest 2 has initially completed the construction of the context and a source of the core conflict on a relatively large scale, although there are still details that confuse the audience because the amount of information is crammed quite a lot.

Due to the peculiarities of the political detective movie series, Secret Forest 2 will have a long way to go to push the climax and solve its macro-level bottlenecks as well as prove the quality under the shadow too big of the previous part.