Hwang Shi Mok is an exemplary prosecutor who suffered from hypersensitivity to certain sounds. After undergoing a brain surgery in his youth he almost lost his sense of empathy. While investigating a strange murder case, he meets police lieutenant Han Yeo Jin, and she assists him in solving it. As they begin to unravel the mystery behind the murders, they also discover that someone guides and someone hinders their efforts to unfold the secrets about a larger scheme of corruption between the government's Public Prosecutor's Office and a private conglomerate.
Did You Know?
Some Korean family names, such as Kim, Lee, and Park, are extremely common. Thus, there are numerous characters in the series named "Kim" - the police chief, the sergeant, the lawyer, and others - who are not related to each other. Also, Lee Chang-Joon, the prosecutor, is the son-in-law of Lee Yoon-bum, chairman of the Hanjo Group, but they do not otherwise share a family relationship. See more
The male lead has undergone insular cortex surgery in his childhood. The insular cortex has many functions including representing emotions, and empathy. Insular cortex surgery is performed for the epilepsy treatment. But hypersensitivity to sounds isn't treated by brain surgery. See more
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