A father goes all out to clear his daughter from any wrong doing in the murder of his fiance. When all evidence points to her, he takes matters into to his own hands to save his daughter and outwit the judiciary system.
Byeon (CHOI Min-sik), the Mayor of Seoul who is in his second term, announces his plans to run for mayor again while hinting his political party of his ultimate goal to run for the presidency. A heavily-resourced campaign team is formed, headed by the campaign manager Shim (KWAK Do-won) who is known as a crafty politician, while Park (SHIM Eun-kyung), a young prodigy from advertising, is recruited for fresh perspectives in the re-election campaign. But one obstacle after another is thrown their way while his opposing candidate is in the lead. And soon, the dirty realities of politics soil everyone's hands.Written by
In politics, young people can't survive, because there is not enough precipitation and change, so the hostess's people are very embarrassed, let alone the whole process of wooden face. The plot is too shallow. Every incident has only its origin. There are few coping strategies behind it, and the results are directly omitted.
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