This last week of September has brought a lot of series and shorts to Disney+ that are definitely worth your time. And we’re going to do you the favor of highlighting three projects that you’re going to like. A lot.
First, we have a Korean series, which is garnering excellent reviews worldwide, as is often the case with productions from Korean studios. The second one is L-Pop, a series about adventures and high school life. And finally, there’s a short film project that many will enjoy, called Launchpad.
Without further ado, let’s delve into each of these projects. And remember, if there’s any premiere that interests you, the platform’s annual subscription is at a good price for a limited time.
The Worst of Evil
In 1995, an investigation is initiated against drug cartels in Korea, China, and Japan.
Rural inspector Junmo infiltrates the emerging Gangnam cartel, unaware of the complex relationship between his wife and the cartel’s boss. Their interconnected fate leads them to the worst possible situation.
Andrea, a K-pop fan, forms her own dance cover group after being kicked out of her previous one.
She’ll have to choose between becoming a dentist or pursuing her true dream: training to become a professional singer in the same place where all her idols did: Korea. Her sister Pau takes care of her while directing a documentary about her adventures.
This is a collection of live-action short films from a new generation of dynamic storytellers. Six underrepresented filmmakers have been selected and given the opportunity to share their perspectives and creative visions to show the audience what it means to be seen.
Inspired by life’s journey, these first six shorts for Disney+ are based on the theme “Discover.” Undoubtedly, some of the most original content you’ll see.