Kim Do Hyeon is a recent law graduate who gets recruited by a small firm who works solely for the Yu family who could sway Korea's economy if they so chose. Having come from poverty, Do Hyeon is swayed money and teams with Yu In Hye -- the second daughter -- to ensure she inherits. When Do Hyeon leaves his fiancee Lee Jeong Yeon, she vows revenge by deciding to seduce In Hye's younger brother, Yu Myeong Jun.
Both have the same feeling of suspense, and keep you unable to predict what will happen next. Although Midas has a more business-centered plot, it is definitely as addictive as Iris and keeps you feeling anxious until the very end. A good thing is that the end of Midas is far more optimistic and not so tragic as the end of Iris.