Three months passed by and we’re already at the end of the journey that actually spanned more than 15 years, getting to know how money is a dangerous thing to begin with. Money can make some people turn a blind eye to the sight of a nearly dead person but at the same time, money can bring two different people together. Well…it can be regarded as the root of all evil, but if it’s used in the right way, money can bring smile and happiness.
Is it too late for the conscience to be shown towards the wronged by the criminals? For me it is. 15 years passed by and you only realize now that he’s like your own little brother? Dream on, Se-kwang. I still want to see Cha-don giving you the most humiliating judgement, in front of the people fooled by your mask.
When the fallen hero falls deeper, he doesn’t take the fall for nothing. Is it the case for the devil who rise higher? Nope, he’s climbing to the top without any worries. Cha-don really needs to teach him a good lesson. Not even three deaths can compensate for Se-kwang’s crimes and crazy ideology of justice.
Bad premonition. Sad news doesn’t come unannounced; it always come with some signs and although it’s uninvited, but it’s something that human beings are unable to escape from. The only thing that they can do is accept the news with open arms, though it’s too bitter to be swallowed.
How do you greet your enemy when both of you have decided to get rid of the masks? Will you be as composed as you were with your mask, or you’d feel helpless without it?
“Pick your swords, for this is not a duel with wooden sticks. Leave your masks behind, for this is a war without any barrier between us.”