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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Kim Kang-woo Confirms Villain Role in "The Item"


"The Item" has finally secured all three leads, as Kim Kang-woo has confirmed his villain role of an The Item-obsessed sociopath. The news has released just a bit more information about his character, and the way he goes about making the The Items his, which involves a lot of murder. It's time we bid farewell to the cutie of "My Husband Oh Jak-doo".

Cho Se-hwang (Kim Kang-woo) sounds like an absolute sweetheart, and yes, I'm being sarcastic. To everyone around him, he is a promising young entrepreneur trying to form an innovative company. However, the intelligent sociopath is also a killer. He uses his wealth and abilities to collect the special The Items, the existence of which he has known for a long time. He is a terrible man, and will enjoy killing anyone who rubs him the wrong way.

As much as I love Kim Kang-woo, I am kind of disappointed that we have another Evil Rich Dude™ on our hands. The Items with powers could affect anyone, since discovering unchecked power can mess with people. It's a shame to limit this to one evil caricature, who might also end up ableist with that 'sociopath killer' label. Be good, "The Item". Please be good.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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