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Description: In A Love to Kill, Bi (Rain or Jeong Ji Hoon) plays a tough guy as the role of a K-1 Fighter, Kang Bok Gu. Bok Gu is a character who is dynamic in nature and grew up in a foster home. He falls in love with a woman whom he should not love. It was because of the woman, his emotionally-wounded brother fell off from the rooftop and became a human vegetable. So, his love is forbidden and inevitably tragic. The woman is Cha Eun Seok (Shin Mina) who is a TV talent and movie actor. It was not that she jilted his brother on purpose, but upon a basis of misunderstanding, his hatred toward Cha Eun Seok grows more and more burning. By becoming Cha Eun Seok?s private bodyguard, Bok Gu keeps concretely practicing his revenge upon her. He only desires ?to bring his brother?s woman to her knees.? He is gradually taking Cha Eun Seok to destruction, while he feels his love toward her growing deeper and deeper in his heart. Bok Gu is a cold guy character without any special concern for woman. Martial art of hand-to-hand fighting was just kind of his escape he choose from the shock of a spinster?s death whom he loved from a distance.
A Love To Kill...
I hadn’t read many of reviews of "A Love To Kill" beforehand,so I watched it without really expecting much. I thoroughly enjoyed the first half of the drama. It was interesting enough to catch my attention and hold it for a good chunk of the time. However, the last 4 remaining episodes or so , in my opinion, really jilted the drama towards a somewhat not enjoyable viewing. The storyline becomes lagging and frustrating. So towards the end, even though I normally would have had a certain reaction towards the drama, I was pretty much fed up and wanting the drama to come to an end. Even so, a big portion of the drama was really enjoyable and therefore even if my interest shifted towards the end, I’d still recommend this drama. I think Rain did a great job, I really liked his character. As the drama unfolds you get to see different sides to his character. The drama itself gives you a lot of feelings of despair , but I think it portrays quite realistically the selfishness of others, and how sometimes even the most smallest things, are really hard to grasp..