Tae San leads a pathetic life without purpose until his ex lover, In Hye, finds him. It turns out they have a little daughter he had no idea about and discovers that she might die if he doesn't donate his bone marrow to her. Surgery is set to take place in two weeks. In the meantime, however, Tae San gets framed for murder of a young girl.
With its flaws and all, it was still perfect for me. Somehow it was realistic, the father-daughter relationship that is. Tae's san and Soo Jin's relationship was what pulled me in and made this series unforgettable and thought-provoking. It made me reflect a lot on life and what its purpose really is, somehow it reminds me of 49 days which means that the writer of this drama is that awesome. I'm now an avid fan of this writer since she simply outdone herself and her stories keeps getting better and better. I'm already anticipating her next series. I also give props to Lee Joon Ki and Lee Chae Mi, they gave life to the characters of this drama and showed a wonderful performance. The two main villains, glue stick (was Killer Kim), Detective Im, glue stick's appa, and Prosecutor Jae Kyung showed a good job as well.
Both of these dramas are about a man that is falsely accused of murder. During the series, he tries to discover the truth behind his predicament. The difference between them is that while in Two Weeks the protagonist must save his daughter while he hides from police, in Three Days the protagonist want to found out how his father was involved in a chain of strange events and why he was killed trying to save the president.