Extracirricular is a new k-drama series currently streaming on Netflixs and during my time in isolation, I can tell you that I have been heavily invested into this drama, from the characters to the interesting plot line, this Korean drama series will really keep you glued to your seat! So today I am going to give you a brief summary of this k-drama and why you should be using your free time stuck inside to watch Extracirricular!
I realize that I'm several seasons late to the Brooklyn Nine-Nine party, but forgive me. I only loosely followed the show previously because, quite frankly, I didn't have the time between teaching high school full time and raising two daughters.
Jerry Seinfeld: 24 Hours to Kill was kind of a shock because I haven't seen a Jerry Seinfeld comedy special in a long time. I remember loving his comedy back in the day. His jokes were always clean and very observational. Obviously I was curious to see what he would have to say about life today. The comedy now has changed so much, I wasn't sure how well he would do.
Brief synopsis: dealing with a disgruntled ex-husband after her divorce, a woman’s life is thrown into more turmoil when she is stalked by a hooded stranger. A chance meeting with a handsome private investigator seems to turn her life about but all is not as it seems with the Romeo private eye.