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The story is set in Korea during the reigns of King Seongjong , King Yeonsan and King Jungjong. The epilogue also spans through King Injong (1544-1545) and King Myeongjong (1545-1567), with last scene depicts in March of year 1550. At the outset, King Seongjong has ordered the execution by poisoning of his wife Deposed Queen Lady Yun, the mother of the crown prince (the future Prince Yeonsan). After carrying out the execution, one of the royal guards, Seo Cheon-soo, is haunted by it. On his way home, he suffers an accident and is rescued by a mysterious hermit with a cryptic message – that his life will revolve around three women: the first he has already met, but he killed her; another he will save, but will die because of him; and the third will kill him, but will go on to save many lives. It doesn't become clear until later in the story that the three women are the poisoned deposed queen, Park Myeong-yi (Seo's eventual wife) and Jang-geum (Seo's daughter). Haunted by the curse of the executed deposed queen and his prophesied fate at the hands of the third woman, he abandons his post and also becomes a hermit, refusing to take a wife.

Black (Hangul: RR: Beullaek) is a 2017 fantasy-thriller South Korean television series starring Song Seung-heon, Go Ara, Lee El and Kim Dong-jun. The story of a grim reaper who is forced to chase his runaway partner, and in the process, uncovers the truth about a set of cold-case murders which had occurred twenty years prior to the main storyline. Investigations of the murders complicates the reaper's primary role of guiding the deceased to their respective afterlife, especially after he falls in love with a mortal woman leading him to break supernatural rules of disinvolvement with human affairs.

NRC channel is a free-to-air television channel. The first TV channel dedicated exclusively to Burma’s ethnic minorities which make up nearly 40 percent of the country’s 60 million people. Broadcast from Naypyidaw by state-run Myanmar Radio and Television (MRTV)