Park So-dam (born September 8, 1991) is a South Korean actress. Park began her acting career in independent films. She broke into the mainstream in 2015 after making a strong impression with her performances in The Silenced and The Priests, which netted her multiple Best New Actress nominations and a win from the Busan Film Critics Awards.
Ancient Korea, July 4, 1762. The Crown Prince Hyojang, posthumously named Sado, son of King Yeongjo of Joseon, is accused of treason. Thus, the king asks him to commit suicide, but his closest vassals prevent it, so the king orders the prince to get inside a wooden rice chest, where he suffers deprivation of food and water.
When an old collaborator gets severely injured, a veteran policeman tries to figure out the way to bring to justice the ultimately suspected aggressor, a spoiled young executive, heir to a mega corporation, who believes he is above the law.