After a prosecution lawyer is framed and convicted for murder, he tries to catch the real murderer from jail with the help of a con artist.
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What happens to the criminals who escape the law? Ha Dae Cheol (Joo Sang Wook) is a righteous prosecutor who works tirelessly to go after criminals and enforce justice. But despite his best efforts, some hardened criminals are able to escape punishment and go free. That’s when the prosecutor-by-day dons his disguise and goes after the criminals as a masked-vigilante-by-night! Yoo Min Hee (Kim Sun Ah) is a police detective in charge of the violent crimes division. As she follows the trail of the masked vigilante, will she help or hinder his cause?
Min Tae Yeon (Yun Jung Hoon) isn't your typical vampire or your typical prosecutor. Rather than drinking blood from innocent strangers, he opts for blood sold on the black market in the posh bars of Seoul. He also has the uncanny ability to tell where the victim of his cases died, and how they died based on their blood's smell and taste. The only person who knows of his secret ability is Detective Hwang Soon Bum (Lee Won Jong). They end up working together in a new joint department between police and prosecutors solving murder cases. They are joined by rookie prosecutor Yoo Jung In (Lee Young Ah), and intern Cho Dong Man. Together, they solve murder cases, and Tae Yeon must use his "powers" to find leads on seemingly unsolvable cases. The one mystery he can't solve is: who was the vampire/serial killer that changed him seven years ago?
Ma Hye Ri is a woman with an excellent memory and ability to focus, which allowed her to pass the bar exam with ease. Despite her talents, she is more interested in being fashionable and dislikes hard work, so she is far from being an ideal prosecutor and has doubts about her suitability for her job. Through her conflicts with senior colleagues and struggles with difficult cases, however, Hye Ri gradually matures into a brilliant prosecutor with a sense of duty and justice.