Post-war South Korea in 1953, Heo Sam-Gwan (Ha Jung-Woo) works on a construction site and helps his uncle to farm. The guys in his village can't get married, until they are able to sell their own blood.
Description: Go Cheok Hee is a successful divorce lawyer who treated So Jung Woo terribly when he was her firm's office manager. The tables are turned when Cheok Hee loses her license and can no longer practice law and Jung Woo has become a successful lawyer. The two cross paths again when Cheok Hee becomes Jung Woo's office manager.