My Daughter, Geum Sa Wol

In our society, extramarital affairs have become so prevalent that it is now one of the major social ills that we face today. Conflict, lies, and betrayals have reached a breaking point in quite a few marriages. Now it is time for people to impassively consider how extramarital affairs affect the children. Children should be cherished in a family and not used as pawns in bitter divorce proceedings or other revenge schemes. There could be nothing worse than that. This TV miniseries takes a look at how families are destroyed and in the process, identifies who are responsible for it. How are bonds between parents and children severed and how they can be reunited will be part of the main plot. While the show's characters will seemingly spiral downward endlessly, viewers need to focus on the original sin that wrought all the chaos in the first place.
In the process of exacting revenge and as a result of narcissistic and selfish behavior, one child was born out of wedlock. In the end, the guilty party must take responsibility for his or her sins.
Building houses becomes an important metaphor for forgiveness and rehabilitation. The act of homebuilding is a yearning for family and a path towards rebuilding a dwelling for a family. For many single people who live alone in the city, the show's homebuilding theme could instill a vicarious feeling of being with family.

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Episode 1x50; Feb 27, 2016

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1x50: Episode 50Feb 27, 2016
1x49: Episode 49Feb 21, 2016
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