TL;DR: On the one hand, I’m intrigued by this show. On the other, I am growing increasingly frustrated with it.
I complained previously about Ji-hoon getting in the way of Seo-yeon’s story, particularly the Daddy-Long-Legs and Genius Male Lead characteristics he’s taking on, and I’m sorry to say they were in full force again. In fact, it’s gotten to the point where I’m starting to doubt his regard for Seo-yeon, which I just praised in the last post. I think he’s far more interested in his own (secret) agenda than he is with Seo-yeon as a person or even in proving Woo-hyuk’s innocence. That does not make me a happy audience member. Continue reading “Solomon’s Perjury, Episode 6”