Chip In is a mystery tracking drama about the fierce battle of brains over tens of billions of won of property by a famous artist. Yoo Bit Na is the daughter of a famous painter, who owns billions of won in property. A fierce battle takes place over the property, with Bit Na becoming involved. She tries to figure out the truth.
The good thing about Chip In is its length. Eight episodes were just the perfect amount that the story needed, especially since it started dragging towards the ending.
Another plus was the characters. They started as spoiled, annoying, possy ones that were almost too easy to suspect. They did have some twists, not all of them though, and thus their motives and a patern about the mystery were all revealed. In addition, they were all interesting and had the same amount of screentime, especially the main ones.
However, the main mystery case was boring. They did try to add some suspense to it, but the pattern of almost cracking it but then not really solving it, got tiring after a while and the whole thing lost its charm. We didn't get to know the main victim-character that well to care for him and his death, something that didn't aid the case.
Finally, the performances were pretty good from everyone in the cast and the cinematography was perfect for creating the mood of the drama.
So, overall, seven out of ten.
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