The Royal Golf Course served as a refuge for Seo Su-won (pseudonym) who sought to escape debt, but instead found himself surrounded by rampant corruption and wrongdoing among the upper class. As a lowly caddy, he faced degrading situations that made him feel like a dog. However, he soon encountered an even more dire circumstance when a man named Mr. Zhang, whose name was only three letters long, offered him a lifetime’s worth of money and support. The catch was that Su-won feared what he would have to do in return, so he refused the offer. Mr. Zhang suggested a way out: if Su-won left no fingerprints, he could escape without consequences.
The situation left Su-won feeling trapped and uncertain. He couldn’t believe that a man like Mr. Zhang, who seemed to have so much power and influence, would offer him such a tempting deal without any ulterior motive. Su-won felt like he was in over his head and that there was no way out. He was afraid that if he refused Mr. Zhang’s offer, he would be trapped forever, but if he accepted, he would have to do unspeakable things.
Despite Mr. Zhang’s reassurances that he could escape without leaving any evidence behind, Su-won couldn’t bring himself to take the deal. He knew that even if he managed to evade detection, he would always be looking over his shoulder, waiting for the other shoe to drop. The thought of living in constant fear was too much for Su-won to bear, so he declined Mr. Zhang’s offer and left the Royal Golf Course behind.