Have you cried enough after watching Youth of May? It might be shorter than the typical 16-episode K-drama but long enough to leave us pain and timeless happiness, hope and frustration, and a time to reflect a tragedy from the past in the name of freedom.
No one wants to live in a society where your movements are controlled and every decision might cost your life. But, we do adore the powerful characters who brought us back in the May of 1980 and reminded us how hard it can be to chase for love and democracy. Each of them seems to have her/his own way of torturing us in defining what life principles are. Whose belief you can relate the most? Who among them you see yourself the most? Answer these questions to find out.