1. In life-or-death crisis…
People who are trained to accept death 365 days a year.
As the shields that lives to protect the head of state of South Korea,
The Presidential Security Service bodyguards of the Blue House.
Their principle is to dedicate their life to always protect the President.
Even if the President commits any corruption or crime
Even if it is not worth dying for instead…
The bodyguards gladly give their lives for the President.
Because to protect the President who was elected by the votes of people is to protect the representative democracy.
They do not say “I’ll be back” when leaving their homes…
Standing on the front line of national security, they depict in details the hidden inner thoughts of the bodyguards who protect the President.
2. ‘Three Days’ – The record of 9 days
Act 1 – Opening act of battle
Act 2 – Decisive battle
Act 3 – Judgment
Limited to 72 hours each, the record of 9 days.
When there is somebody trying to kill the President, someone must protect the President.
Over the time span of a day ticking down minute by minute, they must uncover beyond the tension the stories of groups of various people.
3. Because with them, we can “move towards the truth.”
The President, bodyguards, politicians, soldiers, policemen, lawyers… [they are actually] someone’s child, parent, spouse, friend…
The many complex characters in the drama, even the villains are good guys; even if they act according to their beliefs and principles, they will be troubled because of an instant of wavering.
But there will be those who have sincere hearts, who uphold their principles and beliefs, and hold fast to their duty.
Their principle seems simple but it is actually not easy at all.
So they may sway, and think of trying an easier path, in the end…
They can only go back to the beginning….
Through them, even if there is just 1% of not giving up, the righteousness that may be able to change the world can be shown.