In this world, there are 3 types of swindlers (sagi, a homophone for heron):
Those who defraud others of their money -shirosagi (white sagi)
Those who play with others' emotions -akasagi (red sagi)
And then there's a sagi which feeds on other sagis only. There's only 1 in the world.. Kurosagi (Black sagi)
Now, I am a fan of guys who act all moody and deep in dramas so I totally fell in love with Yamapi when I watched Code Blue, and with Matsujun when I watched Gokusen. In spite of that, however,
Yamapi was not up to standard in this drama...too young perhaps? It reminded me of his role in
Nobuta no produce, wishy washy...
Then I can tell you the plot ..
A young man, Kurosaki, whose father killed his own family and himself (after attempting to kill him), vows to get rid of all the shirosagi from the world to avenge his family, by swindling those swindlers...
I found it too short, the ending too abrupt (I was binge watching)..
I enjoyed watching it, but it's not something I would watch again..
Kurosaki doesn't seem to be a very serious person, it bugs me..
But he does play the part of a victim who, no matter what happens in the world, lives in the incident for ever.. Sad.
Anyways, I'm gonna watch the movie and tell you if it's more thrilling..
A girl who likes herbs..likes some poetry, but write only once in a blue moon.. she's for ever fascinated by language..a night owl too..loves nature and Man too.. She likes crowds, but only when she can drown in them and be an observer..