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The Graduate (畢業生)

Director Yang Ya Ji Ji's goal is to convey an invisible sense of painful loss: Some responsibilities can be escaped from (eg. police may or may not be able to catch you), but once some things are lost, they can never be returned to you. That kind of loss cannot be described, but is expressed though words in the episode. We can pretend not to care, but one day we ourselves will experience that kind of pain. (Source: Drama Wiki)

drama - 5 Total episodes | PTS | 2006
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