For the Sake of Son - Netflix

Ji-Sook has been tasked to bring back her husband Tae Soo to North Korea as he infiltrated the North Korean Espionage Division long ago. Little does she know that a detective in South Korea falls in love with her not knowing her background.

For the Sake of Son - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: 105 minutes

Premier: 2011-12-04

For the Sake of Son - Shōjō - Netflix

A shōjō (猩々 or 猩猩, heavy drinker or orangutan) is a kind of Japanese sea spirit with red face and hair and a fondness for alcohol. The legend is the subject of a Noh play of the same name. There is a Noh mask for this character, as well as a type of Kabuki stage makeup, that bear the name. The Chinese characters are also a Japanese (and Chinese) word for orangutan, and can also be used in Japanese to refer to someone who is particularly fond of alcohol.

For the Sake of Son - See also - Netflix

Inari Kami Yōkai List of legendary creatures from Japan

For the Sake of Son - References - Netflix