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'The Uncanny Counter' Writer Has Quit Halfway Through The Drama, And We Are *Shookt*

The show's director has taken over for episode 13.
by Hanna Tamondong
January 18, 2021
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Heads up, The Uncanny Counter fans: The K-drama's writer, Yeo Ji Na, has resigned from the show.

A source from the webtoon-based series has announced the news: “Due to differing opinions about the later episodes, writer Yeo Ji Na has stepped down from the show as a result of mutual agreement.” 


Yeo Jin Na wrote The Uncanny Counter until episode 12 and the drama's director, Yoo Sun Dong, will take over the role for episode 13. It was also reported that the team is in talks to bring in a new writer for the show's remaining episodes.

Some netizens have observed the ~differences~ in the recent eps and have expressed their feelings regarding the show's finale.

The Uncanny Counter is about four noodle shop owners named Counters who fight ~evil spirits~ using their special powers. The K-drama is currently the highest-rating series in the history of OCN.

What are your thoughts about the writer switch? Let us know in the comments section!

You can watch The Uncanny Counter on Netflix.

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