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Anyone who's read my reviews before knows this, but "Tattoo" is a very good case study in why the übermensch serial killer is a bad trope- it's boring. The set-up clearly implies that Soo-na's much more interesting tattoo-based murder is going to be the main subject, then Ji-soon shows up and takes over the entire plot for no good reason. For Cheon-gi to go over police procedure is incomprehensible considering that Ji-soon, as is usual for the übermensch serial killer, doesn't seem to have to deal with logistics. Soo-na (played by Yoon Joo-hee) is a doctor turned tattooist who utilizes their mysterious properties- for murder. Getting away with murder in the middle of nowhere kind of makes sense- but how exactly does he manage to bumble through large, unfamiliar, actively used buildings without anyone noticing all that blood?
There are ways to kill a person during sex that don't involve chokeholds or weird out-of-focus torture instruments.
Heck, technically speaking the main character isn't either serial killer at all but rather detective Cheon-gi (played by Kwon Hyeon-sang).

Also Ji-soon's love of erotic asphyxiation is an important plot point- to the point that the story would be completely incapable of progressing at all if he didn't insist on attempting erotic asphyxiation every time he has sex. Well, unfortunately the actual main serial killer character of "Tattoo" is Ji-soon (played by Song Il-gook).
And in this case the very important tonal distinction director Lee Seo brings to the genre is that we get to see graphic torture rape murder. There are all sorts of potential interesting angles that "Tattoo" could go for and it just never does anything with them.

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