When a serial killer strikes women who all have a similar appearance, the police department's Special Crime Investigation Team is stumped. While Cha Ji An (Jang Na Ra), an elite detective, and her fellow colleagues are assessing the latest crime scene, the mysterious Lee Hyun (Seo In Guk) shows up and instantly assesses the trademark attributes of the killer. Hyun is a genius criminal profiler with a degree in criminal psychology who received an anonymous email that brought him to the crime scene all the way from the United States. The serial killer seems to be sending a personal message to Hyun with the clues he leaves behind, and Hyun wonders if it could be related to an escaped criminal "monster" from his childhood who killed his father and was responsible for the disappearance of his younger brother. Ji An has known Hyun since childhood and is ecstatic to see her childhood crush again, but Hyun doesn't seem to remember her. With no leads to capture the serial killer, Ji An and her colleagues solicit Hyun's help. Can Hyun and Ji An solve the case and find answers to their pasts? "I Remember You" is a 2015 South Korean drama series directed by No Sang Hoon.

Also called "Remember You" or "Hello Monster".

I Remember You - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 70 minutes

Premier: 2015-06-22

I Remember You - I Remember You (2015 film) - Netflix

I Remember You is a 2015 American romantic drama film written and directed by Claudia Sparrow. It stars Stefanie Butler and Joe Egender as two people who come to believe they are destined to fall in love. It premiered at the Downtown Film Festival on July 22, 2015, and was released theatrically on November 13, 2015.

I Remember You - Reception - Netflix

Michael Nordine of The Village Voice wrote that Sparrow “zigs where you expect her to zag (not always in the best of ways)”, but the film's predictable ending is still satisfying. Martin Tsai of the Los Angeles Times wrote that it is difficult to accept that Butler's character, a scientist, would accept the film's metaphysical themes. Tsai states that the film almost fails the Bechdel test.

I Remember You - References - Netflix