Life is not perfect. All of us realized this truth the moment we open our eyes and experience the imperfections we live in. For some, reality gives them endurance and others are still battling for their own cause.
I believed that no matter how much we chased to have a perfect life, still, in the end, will taste the different glitch that life has been offered, because the reality has never been easy and it never will be.
Life doesn’t have to be perfect to be wonderful, that I have learned after trying so hard. I realized that I can create a perfect moment in any way I can; from the places I have been gone, the laughter I shared with my family and friends, the pat on the back for a job well done or simply a tasteful coffee in the morning.
Everything is wonderful when we learn to appreciate what we have in the flash. It’s up to us how we are going to see the perfection of life in a period of its imperfections.
A man becomes a doctor that uses medical practices to kill in order to get revenge on the person who brutally murdered his father.
Honestly, I never expected anything exceptional in this drama. Nowadays, the thought of going to deal with “revenge” story is a little bit of tedious. However, after watching some few episodes, I find the story well fast-paced and full of suspense with solid performances from the main characters and of course a villain that you would really like to hate.
Along with the unexpected side, the sense of hunger for revenge cracked the opportunities to reveal big secrets behind and torn between saving people while sacrificing instances. This drama deals how to bring justice, to forgive, to accept the things that cannot be redone, to be strong from painful experiences.
When people made you suffer and took away the important people in your life, how would you like to be at peace? Put them behind the bars while justice serves or slay them with your naked hands?
This drama will answer everything.
I asked myself when this gonna stop
because sadness started to unravel, one thread at a time.
No matter how much I cried,
even after consoling my heart,
still, my longing wouldn’t fade it out.
Just like the plane hit a lot of clouds during my flight,
going back to reality gives me the emotional turbulence
I have never ever liked.
Sometimes this is just all you need, PEDAL IT OUT!