Though he is rational, a childhood brain surgery leaves prosecutor Hwang Shi Mok to lack emotion. Cold and lonely, he's one of the only prosecutors not involved in corruption. When he meets Police Lieutenant Han Yeo Jin at a murder crime scene, they join forces to eradicate corruption at the prosecutor's office and solve a serial murder case.

Secret Forest - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-10

Secret Forest - Forest swastika - Netflix

The forest swastika was a patch of larch trees covering 0.36 ha (0.89 acres) area of pine forest near Zernikow, Uckermark district, Brandenburg, in northeastern Germany, arranged to look like a swastika with their light colors.

Secret Forest - History - Netflix

Reports say the larches were planted in 1938. It is unclear how the trees came to be planted and arranged in such a fashion. It seems they were planted in commemoration of Adolf Hitler's birthday, either by local Hitler Youth members or by a warden. For a few weeks every year in the autumn and in the spring, the colour of the larch leaves would change, contrasting with the deep green of the pine forest. The short duration of the effect, combined with the fact that the image could only be discerned from the air and the relative scarcity of privately owned airplanes in the area, meant that the swastika went largely unnoticed after the fall of the Nazi Party. During the subsequent Communist period, Soviet authorities reportedly knew of its existence but made no effort to remove it. However, in 1992, the reunified German government ordered aerial surveys of all state-owned land. The photographs were examined by forestry students, who immediately noticed the design.

Secret Forest - References - Netflix