Parents' Guide to

The School Nurse Files

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Fun, zany Korean series has violence, cursing, and some sex.

TV Netflix Drama 2020
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This entertaining drama/comedy borders on the absurd as it presents a world filled with strange dangers that only its main character can see. There are lots of intense moments as dangers to the school are uncovered, some of which are more harrowing than others. But the odd impact the jellies have on people are often more comical than scary.

Adding to the fray is Eun-young's quirky personality, which is both likable and eccentric. This, coupled with the wide-range of gelatinous creatures randomly appearing unbeknownst to everyone around her, also makes it fun. Overall, The School Nurse Files is a unique and entertaining series that's easy to get caught up in.

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