Many of us know the story of king Midas, but we do not know anything about his descendants or the future of the kingdom, and there are also great possibilities that this tale has been told in another way.
Despite his arrogance, the bold and cunning king Midas XVI, very different from previous monarchs, worries about the kingdom's problems and hopes to improve the well-being and wealth of his subjects, being even compared to the legendary king Solomon.
Extremely concerned about an eminent recession in the kingdom and anticipating the unrest of his subjects, the king Midas XVI reads a mysterious letter from his distant ancestor, the first king Midas, which tells that he must face three difficult tests, and finally fulfill an unknown requirement.
Astonished because he discovers that the golden statue of the king's daughter and those of the five servants were people in other times, he is willing to end a terrible curse, allow the soul of the first king Midas to leave the underworld, and free the daughter of king Midas and the five officials of their terrible prison.
Although the king Midas XVI fights against a terrible demon and a millennial witch, on the routes of the end of the world, and passes all three tests, he still has to meet an unknown requirement, which will be raised by the owner of the underworld, Hades...