|Lee Dong Gun as Kim Bum Sang|
Kim Sun Ah as Heo Cho Hwi
Not a bad story really. the romance and comedy was a bit on the 'mild' side but I enjoyed the adventure. I recognize both lead actors in this one from other dramas. very talented. Fav scene: a smooth and well-done confession directly following a rival's confession. fav character(s): Cho Hwi's younger brother. and Chief Noh
An Inspector at Korea’s Cultural Theft Division, Heo Cho Hwi, goes undercover in Japan in an effort to regain a certain bowl/vase that was in the hands of a yakuza leader there.
At the same time, An expert in restoration, Kim Bum Sang, was asked to buy the piece at any cost. and because his name is the same as that of a thief, Mr Kim, that happened to be there.. the two accidentally meet and tangle at the leaders home. The end result was that the restorer was given the item as a gift for his help. (and the price worth of a treasured cat.)
Cho Hwi asks him to donate the piece to the Korean culture museum, but he thought it was a terrible idea.. so Cho Hwi meets him at the airport with a busload of his fans, cheering on his wonderfully selfless donation, and he is forced to give it up.
When Bum Sang is first asked to join the division as a consultant, he turns it down, but after hearing how high the pay was to be, he quickly reconsiders and finds himself teamed up once again with Cho Hwi... who is the daughter of a famous thief, disappeared some 7 years ago and whose ghost of misdeeds may just have resurfaced once more in the form of donated pieces that were stolen once before.
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