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Based on the hit manhwa series of the same name, Bridal Mask brings viewers to 1930s Korea during the height of Japanese imperialism. Lee Kang To (Joo Won of Baker King Kim Tak Goo) is an ambitious and callous Korean officer employed by the Japanese colonists. Despite his mother's disapproval of his work and his own brother's antagonistic history with the Japanese, Kang To continues to play by the colonist's rules in hopes of becoming successful and bringing his family out of poverty. However, a mysterious figure wearing a traditional Bridal Mask always seems to get in Kang To's way. The Bridal Mask appears as a Zorro-like figure who protects the people from the Japanese colonists' oppression and abuse of power. An unexpected turn events brings Kang To to cross paths with the mysterious Bridal Mask, changing his future and the nation's history forever. Written by
A tragic Korean tale that shows the Japanese occupancy in South Korea in the early-mid 1900s.
This is one of the most tear-jerking, and brilliantly written pieces of writing I've ever seen. Not only does the story provide historical information on how poorly the Koreans were treated back in the 1900s, but they somehow successfully managed to make a purely tragic tale into an exciting one that people can really enjoy. Easily one of the greatest shows I've ever seen, not only out of Korean dramas, but in the world. During the entire drama, I was never left scratching my head, questioning what happened to the ___, or why does ___ happen, that made no sense. Each little detail was weaved into the bigger scheme of the plot and all in all by the end, the story was perfect. 10/10 Masterpiece, easily.
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