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I would happily watch Ji Sung butter toast for 32 hours, but this was, to be honest, a little more exciting. Good story (with maybe 30 minutes or so of fact) and a great cast all around. Yoo Oh Sung gave perhaps my favorite performance; he created a complex character driven by greed and ambition, but still insecure and childish. He never made a false step. Soundtrack was nothing special, this show rises on the good script, unobtrusive directing and excellent performances.
I am still waiting for something that isn't totally predictable to happen. I think it will be a long wait.
After 2 episodes, doesn't seem worth watching. Yeon Woo Jin is cute and is delivering a good performance, but the character is not very interesting, Jo Yeo Jung either has either the worst writers or the worst director - or both. Or she's just lost her way. A character should be multi-faceted, but not dementedly so. There's no subtlety here at all, which makes watching it very abrasive. The over-played contrast between the nice lawyer and the nasty one spoils the effect. And if he wants to prevent divorces so badly, he should have gone into a different profession, not divorce lawyering. Lame premise, poor direction. I'll give it an episode or two to get better. I gave this one star - DF apparently doesn't agree.