At first glance, Brilliant Legacy seems like a typical romance series, with promos featuring two females and two males. A-ha, the viewer will say, another story of boy meets girl, boy and girl probably don’t get along, peripheral boy and peripheral girl somehow complicate things and misunderstandings ensue, then in the end, boy and girl get together.
The first episode though, was probably the hardest thing for me to ever watch. It took me three days to get through it, because I kept having to pause it and calm my anger down. Read the rest of this entry »