[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Three Days" Episode 13 2014/04/23,
Well, scratch that about Do-jin being a nutcase that's about to ruin everything for everybody. As far as I can tell the legal structure of the universe in "Three Days" is of complete benefit to the man. Do-jin is totally untouchable regardless of how much obscenely incriminating evidence the good guys are able to find. Even an on-the-spot assassination attempt isn't enough to at least bring the guy in for questioning.
That's not even the worst of it, actually. Apparently even a bunch of goons captured in the process of committing a crime red-handed isn't enough to put any sort of suspicion on the Jaeshin corporation,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Three Days" Episode 12 2014/04/10,
So apparently Do-jin is just straight up a completely crazy person. I had thought this drama was being a bit over the top with the whole evil corporate action stuff but other corporate types involved in the evil scheme actually manage to call Do-jin out for going too far. On some level the problems with Do-jin's plans really shouldn't be that hard to explain. If the police have found the bombs, it stands to reason they have evidence which will probably wreck the whole false flag operation part of the death and destruction. Without that, there's not really much point to the bombs in the first place from a corporate perspective.
It's actually a fairly interesting metaphor. Old school political types just shoot the breeze with crazy ideas that might equal financial and electoral success,...More
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