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"Rain Woman". She displays savant characteristics confounding all who come in contact with her. I tell you, when asked if she had a conscience and replied she had none, gave me chills. It's as if this characters detached from reality and just barely passing as human. Is this her true face or did something traumatic happen to make her this way, that's the mystery behind this character. This poor excuse for a man deserves no less than to have some one like this to shake up his life. Hopefully, her eccentricities will knock some sense into him. We'll just have to wait and see.
The Rockefellers of Korea, this kdrama is reminiscent of the American drama Dallas back in the eighties. Back door deals, under the table deals, side deals, you name it...this is without a doubt a dichotomy of epic proportions. Here, family unity and betrayal is a given and enemies walk hand in hand. This is a thrilling and intelligent drama depicting the evils of corporate greed. If you ever get a chance to read Sun Tzu's the Art of War, you would appreciate the strategies used by these corporate titans who implemented his theories and carried them out with cut throat precision and reckless abandon. The writers outdid themselves dreaming up this very entertaining and captivating period piece that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Embrace your heritage, accept who you are, don't discriminate, and love what's on the inside are lessons this drama, I believe, are trying to convey. I would hope, in the end, Kang Chi would embrace his father ancestry and accept that he has the best of both worlds. Yeo Wool's should love every part of him and not just his human side for he came into this world mixed. It would be uplifting and memorable if the storyline develops this way. I for one am looking forward to the outcome.