Disney Plus original series The Worst of Evil is just three episodes away from its gripping finale, and it’s already a sensation worldwide for its nuanced storytelling and stellar performances.
Episodes 8 and 9, released on the 18th, took the series to new heights. Viewers were treated to a rollercoaster of intense action sequences exclusive to The Worst of Evil, emotional dynamics among the four main characters, and plot twists involving the ever-shifting alliances within a Korean-Chinese-Japanese drug cartel.
From the U.S. to Japan, India, and Hong Kong, global media outlets are all praise. For instance, Forbes noted, “It’s a story about a triangle in which the two men ultimately make decisions that factor in a third pivotal figure.” BUT WHY THO? hailed, “‘The Worst of Evil’ Is The Best Of Evil,” and Times of India celebrated “the performances and the rich cinematic treatment that makes it worth a watch.”
The stellar performances of its standout cast, including Ji Chang Wook, Wi Ha Jun, Lim Se Mi, and BIBI, are what truly steals the show. Global audiences are in agreement, as the rave reviews just keep rolling in. According to IMDb, The Worst of Evil boasts an impressive 8.6 rating. Fans abroad have sung its praises, citing it as “far from your typical undercover operation,” “a flawless drama,” and commending “the overwhelming chemistry between Ji Chang Wook and Wi Ha Jun,” even going so far as to call it the “best drama of 2023.”
As the tale of a multi-country drug cartel and the narrative surrounding the four characters race towards its conclusion, the world is eagerly tuning in for the final three episodes.
Meanwhile, The Worst of Evil is a crime-action drama that takes us back to the 1990s, focused on the Korean-Chinese-Japanese drug trade. It follows Jun Mo (Ji Chang Wook), an undercover cop attempting to dismantle a powerful drug syndicate. The last three episodes will drop on the 25th, completing the 12-episode series you won’t want to miss.
Source: Disney Plus