Drama Lookout Information

Lookout
  • Drama Title: Lookout
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  • Status:  Completed           
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  • Total Episodes: 32
  • Summary: 

    A club of ordinary people whose lives were shattered because they lost their loved ones due to violent crimes. In the drama, the characters will realize that they live in a society where basic rules like “Bad guys should be punished” are not kept. Despite karma not doing its job, they become the “good guys” who fight for justice. The drama will capture how they learn to embrace and accept their pain and create a better world, where people can believe that justice exists.

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