It’s just a matter of time until the puppets realize that their lives are being controlled by the strings of a puppeteer. The concern right now is whether the puppeteer realizes it or not, that those who used to be under his power are already two steps in front of him…
Another brilliant episode that is filled with wonders. It made me laugh before sending me into a tear fest the minute after and finally, the cliffhanger that made me grin from ear to ear. The current situation is really interesting, just like watching two puppets butting heads with each other while the puppeteer Cha-don is watching them from afar as he pulls the strings once in a while.
People would kill when it comes to money and they would worship anyone for power. Money and power, the keys to influence. The equation is not that easy as 1 + 2 = 3, because with money and power come endless factors that can turn a man into a god or a slave. It’s all depends on his choice, whether it’s good or bad.
Oh, the tug-of-war game is so amusing to watch. At this point, it’s like the team seeing the strong guys being all confident in winning while the weak guys in their eyes are slowly snatching people from their side. It might look like an unfair game, but there are times when brain is deemed more important than power in the game.
A war needs at least two sides and it’s impossible to see one side sitting idly wasting time while the other side is attacking them left and right. The attacked will also act when they feel threatened, and so does our baddies. Cha-don is getting the luck on his side with his plans going on really well (albeit a little TOO well), but Se-kwang isn’t his ordinary opponent either.