[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Heard It Through the Grapevine" Episode 28 2015/07/01,
Despite the unhappiness at home, Jung-ho continues to play in the political arena using money to buy him power and influence. In his selfish venture for more power, he doesn't that his son has been agonizing over which path he should take: staying in luxury and abiding by his father's law, or living with Beom and Jin-young and working hard to make ends meet. The decisions both men make also legally affect the other characters in the show, but that aspect of the drama is the dullest. Jung-ho plans to overwhelm Beom, Secretary Min, and the rest of the staff with insidiously clever legal proceedings and doesn't think about how his children, especially In-sang, view him or his actions,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Heard It Through the Grapevine" Episode 27 2015/06/30,
This show is gearing towards the ending. It spirals inwards on itself, making the same plot moves over and over again. Jung-ho is selfish and hurts everyone around him. In-sang has several battles raging within him: his loyalty to his family, his greed over his inheritance, and his love for Beom. Beom is struggling with her pride and battling Jung-ho's incredible arrogance and power. That said, the curtain lifts a bit on Jung-ho's backdoor dealings and how he has maintained his wealth,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Heard It Through the Grapevine" Episode 26 2015/06/25,
The inability to adapt and change has cost Jung-ho what he needs most: people. One by one they leave him because of his severe superiority complex. What is sad is not that Jung-ho acutely feels the loss of his people, but that he feels offended by what he views as their desertion. Jung-ho's arrogance stands out in relief against a backdrop of disgruntled employees and family members,...More
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