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He's barely adjusting to the fact that he is now blind for the rest of his life but now he has to deal with his swindler brother. Although hesitant at first, Doo-young slowly eases up to his older brother, who gradually takes charge and helps him adjust to his disability. Just when the two brothers are starting to make amends, Doo-shik finds out that he's in the final stage of terminal cancer. He has only a short time to say farewell to his brother and help him win gold at Rio Paralympics , which will secure his future.
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Yonhap called the film a formulaic comedy but was nonetheless "funny and enjoyable" to watch. Both Jo and Do were praised for their performance and their chemistry which helped elevate the film.
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