Lessons From the TV Series Suspicious Partner

I’ve finished watching Suspicious Partner, a Korean drama about a lawyer-in-training wrongfully accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend. Eun Bong Hee (played by Nam Ji Hyun) was cheated on by her ex-boyfriend, who happens to be the son of the chief prosecutor, reason being pointed out as the motive.

Prior to the events of Bong Hee being accused, he meets No Ji Wook (Ji Chang Wook) on a subway. She falsely accuses him of touching her although it was clear to the audience that the perpetrator was a different person. Feeling upset about the incident, Ji Wook heads to a restaurant where he unfortunately bumps into her again. There he learned of the issue of Bong Hee being cheated on. In a surprise turn of events, when Bong Hee shows up to her new job, she sees Ji Wook there, he is actually a prosecutor and her would-be mentor and boss.

The story then unfolds to some relatable real-life situations many of us have personally experienced. Through the end of Suspicious partner, we picked up some familiar, perhaps cliché lessons and here are some.Continue Reading…