Cha Ji-Won (Moon Chae-Won) is a detective. She is married to Baek Hee-Sung (Lee Joon-Gi) and they a daughter. Baek Hee-Sung seems like a committed husband and father, but he hides his cruel past and lives under another person’s identity. He deceives his wife completely. Cha Ji-Won learns of his deception and chases his past.
The flower of evil presented the mental health issues combined with crime events where the games of deception and trust are played well. What I like in this drama is the details of the story, the flow is consistent and the perfect chemistry of the main leads. Even the supporting cast and the antagonist life story are also captivating.
The performances are well acted and no one is second-rate. Character development shows clearly its motivation throughout the course of the story specially to Lee Joon Gi’s dynamic portrayals.
And of course, there’s the element of thrill and riddle that made the storyline captivating and will keep you hooked. However, I didn’t experience the emotional roller coaster ride when secrets have been revealed maybe because I was expecting it. Nonetheless, it’s a good show to watch and exciting, and will keep you think how love can change everything.
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