Without giving too much away, I loved how the drama ended. It was as good as it was going to get for this type of dark drama. Great performances from the main cast to the supporting characters. Excellent character development and treatment. Engaging story. This was a definite thumbs up for me.
I don’t know if I could do justice to every amazing aspect of this show so I’ve chosen to talk about my favorite arcs in the series instead. Some very minor spoilers included, not enough to spoil your viewing experience.
Haikyu never lost its touch and remained consistent delivering a heart pounding, nail biting seasons. It was amazing from start to finish. Not a fan of the jazz music they used as a background for the background montages but apart from that, I could not get any more excited about what’s too come. Too bad I’d have to wait another year or so before the next season.
I held out watching the first half of Haikyu’s fourth season even though its been a while since its been on Netflix. I knew that it would end in a thrilling way and was I right! Good thing I chose to wait to watch it in one go.
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Apart from the cool medical procedures and the treatment of the drama, I was particularly drawn to this season’s main couple — general surgeon Dr. Seo Woo Jin and cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Cha Eun Jae played by the talented duo of Ahn Hyeo Seop and Lee Sung Kyung. It took 16 episodes for them to finally become endgame but I felt that every moment was worth it.