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The landlord Sim Deoksu and ex-police Park Pyeongdal hunt a killer who has disturbed the neighborhood of Aridong for the past 30 years.
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This one, however, is one of the oddest. Sometimes funny, sometimes a little disturbing, always very, very strange. My complaints: the motive given for the murders seemed like a bit of a stretch to me, and the ending left a very big question unanswered. Oh well.
I did find it entertaining, and the acting was pretty good. It took me a long time to finally place the actor playing Dae Shik--he's the bratty newspaper owner's son from Bridal Mask. This drama special was directed by Kim Yong Soo, of White Christmas, Equator Man, and Sword and Flower, as well as at least a couple of other drama specials, and his style is very much in evidence here.
So, long story short: if you're a fan of the director, and are in the mood for something different, maybe consider giving this a try. If not, you probably aren't missing much.
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