Dvd: Dvd 5 Dual Layer
Video: Mpeg 2
Audio: Dolby Digital AC3
Audio Channels: 2
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Resolution: 720×480 px
Region code: All Countries
Special Features: Interactive Menus, Scene Selections
“Sign” covers the lives and difficulties of forensics doctors at the National Institute of Scientific Investigation. Go Da-Kyung ( Kim Ah-Joong ) is frequently scolded by Yoon Ji-Hoon ( Park Shin-Yang ), but still is tenacious in her purpose. A hidden truth also prevails in a mysterious case surrounding them and their organization.
There is great mystery surrounding the autopsy doctors at the National Scientific, Criminal, and Investigation Laboratory. A drama about the search for the hidden truth.
The opening of the drama that displayed some heavy emotions but not a word on what was actually going on save the subtitle “62 hours earlier”, successfully triggered viewers’ curiosity and made them focus on the screen. The scenes that efficiently showed the dynamic between the main characters, was truly one of the drama’s best virtues. And where Yoon and Lee’s relationship was shown, what could have turned out as something close to a boring explanatory scene was done naturally and intuitionally through the scenes of hearings in the National Assembly. The relationships between dead victim Suh Yoon-hyung (by Park Geon-il and his acquaintances were also made easy to grasp through perjury in the court and video clips. While saving on time which could have been used for more explaining, “Sign” fully concentrated on moving its story forward. Although the part which had Ji-hoon slipped away the dead body did not make complete sense, the convincing acting of Park and Jeon were more than enough to cover up for it.