Yoon JongWoo arrives in Seoul from the countryside and he is staying in a cheap apartment which shares its kitchen and bathroom with other residents. He doesn't like the other residents who seem weird and suspicious.
Yoon Jong Woo is a man in his 20's. He has lived in a small town for all of his life, but he gets a job at a small office in Seoul. Yoon Jong Woo moves out to Seoul and stays at a cheap apartment which shares its kitchen and bathroom with other residents. He doesn't like staying at the apartment and he doesn't like the other residents who seem weird and suspicious.
I really loved the grim reaper from Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (Goblin) aka Lee Dong-wook so much so that I had to watch his Touch Your Heart and now this. This was a completely different role that he took on and I loved it. It was dark, his character reminded me a lot of Mads Mikkelsen's Hannibal Lector. A beautiful man with a dark soul. Yoon Jong-woo (Im Siwan) just needed someone to listen to him, to believe him, to understand his feelings. We see a 27 year old man go from being excited and happy about his new internship, moving away from home and closer to his girlfriend to a man that doesn't seem stable enough to be in society. If some of the characters just heard him out, would they be able to save him? I found myself being reminded of some of the bullying that is experienced in the adult working world. It's scary what the real world is actually like.
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