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  1. The first 2 eps happened to be more interesting than I had expected. This drama is kinda mix crime-detective with Human, social critique genre. Nice! I also wonder if the human right inspectors are protected, they're involved in extreme cases (Mayor, Taewon...) but get exposed too much in media. I think it's super cool that even the prosecutors ignore Taiwon case because there is heavy corrupt b/w Taewon, police and Gov officers, but Human right Commissioner who is least powerful among them just reveal the case like "we don't give a damn abt who you are"
  2. Yeah, second hand embarrassment I also laughed when HYS's young male colleague bla bla about the AC and fan, her weird imagination is I think he looked concerned about the situation. Except 4 persons, no one in the room was aware of the truth. They all anticipated the sexual harassment case revelation. Go ahead! These gifs make me feel nostalgic.
  3. At some points, I feel sympathetic to her birth mom, DM didn't really consider her as her mom. DM's parents were just too weak and powerless compared to Mishil, so they must make that heartless decision to save DM's life and their throne. In the end, when DM came back, she couldn't love them wholeheartedly like she did with So-hwa. Understandable but still heart-ached if I were her birth mom.
  4. Stills from Running mates FB Look like Running Mates has lightest drama-theme compared to other OCN dramas recently, although its topic is not light. I watched some clips from an on-going drama named "strangers from hell"... man, if LYW appeared in this type of psychopathic drama, I wouldn't bring myself to watch, too scary for my fragile heart.
  5. It's next week, guys! https://www.soompi.com/article/1350957wpp/watch-lee-yo-won-and-choi-gwi-hwa-gear-up-to-fight-for-justice-in-the-running-mates-human-rights-preview With 10 days left until the premiere, “The Running Mates: Human Rights” has released a preview! OCN’s newest drama, “The Running Mates: Human Rights” follows investigators for the Human Rights Promotion Commission, who fight for those whose human rights have been violated. It stars Lee Yo Won, Choi Gwi Hwa, Jang Hyun Sung, Oh Mi Hee, Kim Joo Young, Lee Joo Woo, and Shim Ji Ho. The preview begins with the cast members running frantically in different settings. The screen reads, “We run, and then we run again.” In a voiceover, Lee Yo Won shares, “It was very refreshing that it’s a story about human rights investigators.” Choi Gwi Hwa follows with, “It is a piece of work that embodies a warm, positive view on society.” While the cast and crew are seen behind the scenes doing numerous takes and perfecting each scene, the caption reads, “We discuss endlessly together, physically trying as hard as we can, until the characters can be completely be related to.” In another voiceover, Lee Yo Won states, “The citizens have the right to have their human rights be protected, and the country has the duty of protecting those rights. Lastly, the video ends with the statement, “I might regret it, but an investigator’s job is to reveal the truth.” OCN’s “The Running Mates: Human Rights” premieres on September 18 at 11 p.m. KST and will be available on Viki!
  6. https://www.soompi.com/article/1350957wpp/watch-lee-yo-won-and-choi-gwi-hwa-gear-up-to-fight-for-justice-in-the-running-mates-human-rights-preview With 10 days left until the premiere, “The Running Mates: Human Rights” has released a preview! OCN’s newest drama, “The Running Mates: Human Rights” follows investigators for the Human Rights Promotion Commission, who fight for those whose human rights have been violated. It stars Lee Yo Won, Choi Gwi Hwa, Jang Hyun Sung, Oh Mi Hee, Kim Joo Young, Lee Joo Woo, and Shim Ji Ho. The preview begins with the cast members running frantically in different settings. The screen reads, “We run, and then we run again.” In a voiceover, Lee Yo Won shares, “It was very refreshing that it’s a story about human rights investigators.” Choi Gwi Hwa follows with, “It is a piece of work that embodies a warm, positive view on society.” While the cast and crew are seen behind the scenes doing numerous takes and perfecting each scene, the caption reads, “We discuss endlessly together, physically trying as hard as we can, until the characters can be completely be related to.” In another voiceover, Lee Yo Won states, “The citizens have the right to have their human rights be protected, and the country has the duty of protecting those rights. Lastly, the video ends with the statement, “I might regret it, but an investigator’s job is to reveal the truth.” OCN’s “The Running Mates: Human Rights” premieres on September 18 at 11 p.m. KST and will be available on Viki!
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