After losing his parents in a fire, Lee Ahn acquires the power of psychometry, the ability to read a person or an object’s past through physical contact, and he decides to use it to take bad people down. While he does not know how to control his power yet, he meets Yoon Jae-in who tries her best to hide her painful secrets. Together with his foster guardian, prosecutor Kang Sung-mo , and the latter’s colleague, investigator Eun Ji-soo , they team up to solve an elusive case that has been haunting the lives of Ahn, Sung-mo, and Jae-in.
Total No of Episodes : 16
- I am into supernatural stuff lately, and He is Psychometric, is a lovely addition to that. A superpower, where you can read a person’s or an objects past through physical contact is so cool. Lee Ahn obviously, believes it to be a curse, and resents having this superpower. *Like what? Why??* Although he is an absolute eye candy, and was extremely entertaining to watch.
- Yoon Jae-in, a girl that is struggling in life, called a daughter of a criminal. She is truly inspiring in her own way, as she fights through her own demons and becomes a police officer, in hopes to do justice to her father and the people who are wrongly accused.
- The entire plot, revolves around a fire that took place and the aftermath of it. However, it also focuses on the psychological effects on a person after going through something terrible. Kang Sung-mo’s character, educates us about Alexithymia, and other problems the community faces.
- I loved Eun Ji-soo as well, and her dedication to work as a police officer. The last few episodes are really intense, and reflects on a lot of important themes like human trafficking, corruption and the mere carelessness of empathy.
- Like always, I totally shipped both the couples and was envious of the picture perfect romance.
- Overall, The series is definitely watchable and has a logical ending. It is intense, and thrilling and wrapped with all its cuteness.
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