It’s such a pleasure to live watch an excellent drama, it’s why I can’t quite K-dramas despite most disappointing me. Episode 7 of Reborn Rich (The Chaebol’s Youngest Son) hit an astonishing ratings of 16.102% thanks to upping the ante again with Song Joong Ki revealing that he’s the biggest shareholder in the investment company that’s been cockblocking Sunyoung Group and by default his Grandpa’s orderly scheme. But the road isn’t easy for Do Joon even with knowledge of the future and Grandpa is also not completely destroyed by his favorite grandson turning rival. There are so many layers and allegiances changing along with current needs. The weakest point continues the be the “romance” of which it’s a stretch between Do Joon and his law school classmate and a waste of good chemistry between him and his future eldest cousin’s wife. What I love is the intensity, the stakes, and the rearview mirror ride-along for the vaulting of South Korea’s economic development in the pivotal decades what turned it into the developed nation it is today.