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[Spoiler] "Royal Family" vs "Midas" same material different feeling, male leads plutocrat lawyers

Source | 2011/03/03 | 1372 views | Permalink |

Dramas "Royal Family" and "Midas" have the same subject matter but they are different.

Especially "Royal Family" lead male Han Ji-hoon (Ji Sung) and "Midas" lead male Kim Do-hyeon. They are both lawyers but they have different targets.

In the second episode of MBC drama "Royal Family" (written by Kwon Eum-mi, directed by Kim Do-hoon) on the 3rd, Han Ji-hoon gives up the opportunity to become a prosecutor and becomes a lawyer for the JK family where his love Kim In-sook (Yum Jung-ah) is locked up.

Mother-in-law and owner of JK Group Kong Soon-oh (Kim Young-ae) tried making Kim In-sook incompetent. Not knowing when she will meet her fate, Han Ji-hoon gives up everything he has and becomes a lawyer in the group to save her. Being an orphan, Han Ji-hoon became a new person with her help. To him, she was an 'angel' and would do anything for her.

In the SBS drama "Midas" (written by Choi Wan-gyoo directed by Kang Sin-hyo) Kim Do-hyeon (Jang Hyeok) is a character who will throw away his all for money. It was the money to make his lover Lee Jeong-yeon (Lee Min-jung) happy. He joins an unknown law firm and presents her with a luxury car and a luxury home to live in together.

The law firm he works in is where the plutocrat's possessions were being managed. The siblings fought for the inheritance. Meanwhile, Yoo In-hye (Kim Hee-ae) made Kim Do-hyeon her man. He does everything he can to make her the inheritor. Meanwhile, greed for money overcomes him more powerfully than the love for Lee Jeong-yeon.


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