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Points to watch out for "Beautiful Mind"

2016/06/13 Source

The new KBS 2TV drama "Beautiful Mind" is a week away. We take a look at a few points to look out for.

- Emotion

Lee Yeong-oh (Jang Hyuk) the leading character of this drama, is unique in a way that he can't relate to others' feelings. He has the ability to look through someone's emotions but is numb to his own.

- Heart

"Beautiful Mind" is going to show how the characters grow up and change. The mysterious deaths of patients in the hospital bring doctor Lee Yeong-oh and policewoman Jin-seong (Park So-dam) together as one on the case.

- Relate

Survival is the only justice and belief. What our society needs right now is relativity. Relativity is one of the major key words of "Beautiful Mind". The main poster gives off a refined sensitivity. The writing, 'the miracle of relativity' on the poster shows the course of the drama.

"Beautiful Mind" can be seen on the 20th of June at 10PM.

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