i guess i'm just weird, but i actually was disgusted by DJY and how he handled Bu Kiwon.
DJY seemed petty and barbaric in his killing. (or really, the beat down -- the Korean people looked like a lunch mob)
i missed the precious few minutes when Sa Bu Gu got his, but i got the impression that he at least had an opprtunity to defend himself, and he was exposed for what he was -- a thug rather than a gallant soldier.
Bu Kiwon may have deserved his punishment, but woe to those who give it....how does it make the many better than the person they killed?
Isn't that why we're outraged at the abused at Abu Grab?
When i remember Wang Guhn or Yi Soon Shin, it seems like they had more hesitation in attacking their own countrymen, even if they deserved it. That seemed more fitting for a hero.
But how many chances he had to live and repent? And don't forget this is set in b.c. in the eye for an eye era. Don't judge them by today's standards.