Can a simple yes or no truly avenge injustice, even when it means committing a murder that is incited by the people?
This is how The Killing Vote spurs our morality about taking matters into our own hands when it comes to exacting vengeance. It appeals to our sensitivity because of the unfairness and oppression other people have to suffer from, but at the same time, it points out the gravity of keeping our moral compasses from going wayward.
In a society where you have in your hands the power to punish someone and choose whether they live or die, who do you think you will be? Will you be able to forsake rhyme and reason in order to seek out justice that is due, like Park Sung Woong's Kwon Seok Joo? Or are you going to be like Im Ji Yeon's Joo Hyun, who will do anything in her power to right the wrongs? Maybe you're more like Park Hae Jin's Kim Moo Chan, who is hell-bent on bringing criminals to justice but only in ways the law permits?
Answer these questions and find out who among the characters of the thought-provoking crime thriller you are more of.