Thanks to his congressman father-in-law, Kyung-suk is a strong candidate to become the next mayor. In order to hide his father-in-law's slush fund, he heads toward a cottage that is under his wife's name. He arrives there with his mistress Ji-young, only to be greeted by a young man named Soon-tae who claims to be the groundskeeper of the cottage. Kyung-suk is nervous that his affair might be exposed and all he wants to do is hide the money and get out but he is framed for drunk driving and robbery, and gets into a hit-and-run accident. Out of desperation, he tries to flee but.Written by
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It's kind of a revenge story that slowly unfolds, exposing more and more aspects and reaching back to certain events from the past, but the story isn't all that intriguing, there is not really any suspense and none of the characters are really interesting, likeable or relatable, so you end up not really caring about what's going on. Meh.
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