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: When a man is framed for a murder, it changes the course of his son’s life forever. Seo Jae Hyuk (Jun Kwang Ryul) is convicted of a murder that he did not commit. His son, Seo Jin Woo (Yoo Seung Ho), watches helplessly as his father is sent to prison and put on death row. Using his super memory (a condition known as hyperthymesia that allows him to recall every detail of his life), Jin Woo becomes a lawyer so that he can someday prove his father’s innocence. He reconnects with Lee In Ah (Park Min Young), a childhood classmate who is now a young prosecutor, and she is determined to help Jin Woo. But things get complicated when Jae Hyuk develops Alzheimer’s disease and begins to think he  ... actually committed the murder, and then Jin Woo starts to exhibit symptoms of Alzheimer’s as well. Can Jin Woo beat the clock and save his father before his memories fail him?