This is a story involving vampires. It goes back to 350 years + when Baek Jung Won saved the vampire I-Wha from being burned at the stake in his village. He fell off the cliff while they escaped and I-Wha had to give him her blood in order to save him from dying and thus Baek Jung Won was transformed into an vampire also.

In the modern day Seoul, they opened a bar. One day Baek Jung Won received a letter from his former love who was dying and entrusted him to look after her daughter Jang Ji Yun. Baek Jung Won fell in love with this woman some 20 yrs ago but broke up without telling her the truth about himself. After her mother's funeral, Jang Ji Yun found a picture that her mother treasured a lot with someone looking like Baek Jung Won in it and she set out to look for him. When she finally found him, she thought he was the son of her mother's long lost lover as Baek Jung Won's appearance didn't change as a vampire. They start to fall in love and I-Wha has difficulty dealing with that. At the same time a serial killer who sucks blood from the victims is on the loose...

Freeze - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2006-10-27

Freeze - Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze - Netflix

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is a side-scrolling platformer video game developed by Retro Studios, with assistance from Monster Games, and published by Nintendo for the Wii U. The fifth installment in the main Donkey Kong Country series, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is the direct sequel to the 2010 Wii game, Donkey Kong Country Returns, and was released worldwide in February 2014. An enhanced port for the Nintendo Switch was released in May 2018.

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Like its predecessor, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze received “generally favorable reviews” from critics. Destructoid gave the game a perfect 10 out of 10, saying “with the addition of control options to the already proven formula, Retro Studios' rendition of Donkey Kong is pretty much flawless.” GamesRadar gave the game 4 out of 5 stars, praising its presentation and challenge whilst criticising the co-operative multiplayer. Game Informer gave it a 9.25 out of 10, praising the levels by saying “I'd rather have a slightly smaller collection of Retro Studios' best levels than one bloated up with lesser-quality stages in order to hit an arbitrary number. That finely cultivated assortment is exactly what you get with Tropical Freeze,” in regard to the game having fewer levels than Returns. GameTrailers gave the game a 9.1 out of 10, praising enhancements made to the gameplay, and the “stellar” soundtrack. IGN gave the game a 9 out of 10, praising the game's challenge, level design, and boss battles. Gamnesia's Colin McIsaac chose Tropical Freeze as a Game of the Year, calling it “a masterpiece of mechanics and level design” and citing the level Grassland Groove as “an empowering sensory experience, and perhaps even the greatest platforming level made to date.” GameSpot, however, gave the game a 6 out of 10, saying that interesting boss battles and vehicle segments did not make up for “clunky, repetitive level design” and poor implementation of new mechanics. GamesTM, who gave it a 7 out of 10, found the game to be as difficult as its predecessors, citing the enemy and obstacle placements, and that the bosses “assault you with at least half a dozen different attacks and absorb many more of yours before they accept defeat.” In their review of the Nintendo Switch version, GameSpot gave Tropical Freeze a more favorable assessment, awarding the game a 9 out of 10 and concluding: “If you missed out when the game first debuted back in 2014, give it a shot today. It easily stands the test of time.” IGN stood by their 9 out of 10 score, remarking that “the addition of Funky Mode makes the game more accessible without reducing the formidable platforming difficulty to a walk in the park.”

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