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If the writers aim was to clue us in on Karma, "you reap what you sow" then they did a fantastic adaptation of this idea when applied to this character. While empathizing with her plight 'if you can go that far' some would say she had it coming. Lord knows that this social evil which sustained itself up until the 19th century in some parts of the world had indeed been a scourge on humanity. Well, if you can get past the injustice and wickedness that these characters inflict on each other and appreciate the nuances that define this character and the period you will then find yourself drawn to this drama. Now for you hopeless romantics out there, love does not discriminate we are told and we can hope that when and if she receives justice it does not cloud her memory of what it means to be human. In any event, despite the theme, I find this drama very entertaining.
Ep. 17. LUKE COME OVER TO THE DARK SIDE! A parody taken from the movie Star Wars except in this drama it's between mother and daughter with the Chairwoman as the evil emperor. This drama delves into the moral and ethical dilemmas that plague these characters. The weight of a word can cut just as deeply as a knife and the one whose voice stands as a pillar of truth bears that responsibility. The Shakespearian love story behind the two leads further enhances this drama. With this engaging plot, this drama is definitely a must see!
WARNING! This drama is very emotional and will leave you breathless at the end. As a guy who did not expect much, I was very pleased with the pacing and development of the lead characters. The feelings the character Chul Min has for Jung Hwa is nearly tangible, it is so mesmerizing like 3D, it just jumps off the screen. The passion and love she has for him makes one jealous. To have someone really know you, and love you for you without any agenda is truly a blessing. This is a marvelous movie. I highly recommend it.