I haven’t written about recently premiered jTBC weekend drama Inspector Koo (Koo Kyung Yi) because the cast and premise didn’t interest me, it’s one of those dramas that I will watch if I hear it’s good. But it’s still Lee Young Ae in the lead and she’s retained a near mythical image in South Korea even with her ten year hiatus. Her recent dramas haven’t been big hits so perhaps she isn’t able to bring in viewers anymore. Nevertheless she’s still an A-lister and jTBC is sorely needing a hit this year with successive underwhelming dramas ratings. Unfortunately Inspector Koo isn’t off to a smash start as both episodes recorded a 2.640% ratings. It’s not awful but it’s around Nevertheless range. Of course it can do the slow/fast increase and I hope it does because the first impression reviews from K-netizens are on the positive side. The mild complaint is that Lee Young Ae’s female lead is written overly quirky, weird almost like a caricature but her acting is great and the story is interesting.