Drama Recaps
Vampire Prosecutor: Episode 11
by | December 11, 2011 | 75 Comments

It’s the beginning of the end, and we finally start to get some real answers about the Big Bad. This episode zooms by, mostly because it’s effectively creepy and everything culminates in a big suspenseful buildup of all the clues we’ve gathered thus far.

 
EPISODE 11: “Finale Part I”

A woman covered in blood stumbles through a crowded street, dazed and scared out of her mind. It’s Yoon Ji-hee, the missing Bread Lawyer that Tae-yeon has been searching for. The hooded vamp follows her through the crowd in that creepy slow serial killer way, like he purposely let her go to chase her a little longer.

He finally catches up to her and she screams, as he grabs her by the neck and bares his teeth.

Tae-yeon sits at home and thinks over what Dr. VampBar told him the other night – that he created the Big Bad, by thinking he could save someone’s life with vampire blood. Whoops. Thanks a lot, Dr. Frankenstein.

It turns out the good doc had another connection to the case, with the suspect that Tae-yeon was chasing that fateful night. Flashback shows that the suspect, Park Hoon, is also a vampire. He tells the doc about Tae-yeon, the prosecutor who’s got it out for him, while fiddling with the same lighter that Tae-yeon carries now.

He says that Tae-yeon has a personal stake in the case, as the murder victim was his sister, though not by blood. They grew up in the same orphanage. The doc muses, “There are things in this world thicker than blood.”

Tae-yeon asks what else he knows about Hooded Vamp, and the doc recounts that Park Hoon said he has a pattern: “Bad blood.” What it means, he doesn’t know. They wonder who the hell Park Hoon is, and the doc swears he knows nothing else; just that the lighter Tae-yeon carries was originally his.

A tear falls as Tae-yeon tamps down his fury. He gets up to go, and the doc stops him, trembling as he asks why he doesn’t hate him for what he’s done. Without turning back, Tae-yeon says, “Carry it. The knowledge that because of your selfish choice, countless people lost their lives. Carry that burden with you for the rest of your life.” The guilt has clearly already turned him into a shell of a man.

Back in the present, Soon-bum calls in a panic, saying that they’ve found Bread Lawyer. Tae-yeon rushes to work, where Jung-in is already questioning her. He busts into the room and tells her he’ll take over, and then promptly shuts off all the cameras.

Jung-in wonders what’s going on, but Soon-bum manages to distract her with the ridiculous explanation that Tae-yeon’s hungry so he’s acting weird, and she looks pretty today, so they should go have a drink. Ha.

Tae-yeon tries to question Bread Lawyer, but she’s so badly battered and in shock that she can’t even hear him at first. She finally recognizes him and he asks what happened that night.

She says that she went to call Tae-yeon, and then the hooded vamp appeared and attacked her. When she came to, she was tied up and blindfolded in a car, and then carried inside a warehouse.

She woke up to a room filled with dead bodies – those of her friends from the Murder Bread case, and others. She doesn’t remember anything after that, clearly having been shocked out of her senses.

She suddenly has a nervous breakdown in the interrogation room, and grabs the pen sitting on the table. She points it at her throat in a crazed state, and Tae-yeon has to wrestle the weapon out of her hand to keep her from hurting herself.

She crumples to the ground, wailing that she’s sorry, talking to the Bread Pastor. It seems like letting her survive after that trauma was the crueler thing.

Soon-bum asks if she didn’t imagine it all in her trauma, wondering if they’re supposed to wait until she comes to her senses. Tae-yeon knows they can’t wait for that, and adds that they’ll have to handle this case just the two of them.

But they walk in to find Jung-in and Dong-man getting started on the investigation as usual, so Tae-yeon gruffly orders them to take a week off. Dong-man starts counting the days gleefully, while Jung-in eyes her boss curiously. Dude, you’re just making her want to know your secret even more. Have you just met the girl?

She snaps at Dong-man, asking if getting days off makes him happy, and he stammers that no, working makes him happy, sigh. She suggests they get back to work then, not intending to let Tae-yeon off the hook that easily.

Among Ji-hee’s things, Tae-yeon discovers a keycard with her law firm’s insignia on it, and recognizes it immediately as the same one on his lighter. It’s not Wolfram and Hart, is it?

Jung-in storms into the office, whining that they always leave her out. Hee. Tae-yeon relents and tasks her with taking Bread Lawyer to the hospital and watching guard, and calling him the second she comes to her senses. She flips him off as soon as his back is turned. I love that she’s not so enamored of him that she doesn’t stop doing that.

Tae-yeon goes to Law Firm H, looking for the department listed on the keycard. But he’s turned away at the door, with the security guards insisting that the department he’s looking for was disbanded years ago. Then why is it still on your office directory, dude? Tae-yeon turns back without a fight, for now.

Jung-in fills in Chief Prosecutor Jang on the case, and he asks if all she’s doing is playing nurse, or better yet, watchdog. He purposely goads her, suggesting that he didn’t put two prosecutors on one team for nothing, and that Tae-yeon isn’t always in the right.

But she waits by Bread Lawyer’s bedside anyway, and Ji-hee says in another crazed stupor that there was someone else there, being held captive, and that this person will die if they don’t do something. But when Jung-in tries to find out more, she retreats back into her catatonic state.

Dong-man dozes off at his desk, when suddenly two hands appear and start massaging his shoulders, startling him. What startles him even more is whom those hands belong to, as he turns to find Jung-in smiling at him. He jumps up and crosses his hands over his chest. Ha.

He asks what’s going on, why she’s being so nice to him, deciding that he must be getting fired or something. But no, the out-of-character moment was her hilarious attempt to sweet-talk him into working with her on the case. He sighs in relief. I love how awkward she is at using charm.

She asks what he’s found so far, and he names a rare plant he found on Ji-hee’s clothes that narrows down the province where she was kept. He also found a recording on her cell phone that just seems like random noise, but Jung-in tells him to find out exactly what sounds are recorded, since she must’ve recorded the abduction. Back to her usual self, she threatens him to get it done by morning or he’s dead. So much for sweet-talking.

Tae-yeon waits till nightfall and then sneaks into Law Firm H, using the keycard to get him onto the mysterious seventh floor. The logo for the department is decidedly mystical – “Hell’s Gate,” among other things, are scrawled around a star. Dude, this totally IS Wolfram and Hart! Don’t step into any weird portals.

He digs around in the library, and finds old company photos of the bigwigs of Law Firm H. Among them, year after year, is Park Hoon, vampy suspect and connection to Hooded Vamp.

Meanwhile, Jung-in and Dong-man narrow down the kidnapper’s warehouse to three possible regions, and she vows to find it, because someone else might be held captive there.

Dong-man whines that they should report to Tae-yeon, but Jung-in snipes that Tae-yeon isn’t the only prosecutor around here, and insists they do it alone. Why does that sound like the beginnings of a really bad idea?

Based on the cell phone recording, they figure out the type of car Ji-hee was abducted in, and Jung-in goes for a drive in the regions they’ve isolated, while Dong-man compares her sounds to the ones on the recording, to find a match. They try to replicate the sounds, like a sonar roadmap, which is pretty cool.

Soon-bum tracks down eyewitnesses to the original accident – the one that Hooded Vamp was in, that put him in the hospital in the first place, when he was still human. He finds the guy who caused the accident, and picks him up on a motorcycle, pretending to save him from some cops.

He takes the guy to the river, and hilariously cuffs him to a life preserver. With his helmet still on (because it won’t come off, ha) he roughs up the guy by rolling him down a hill in the life preserver, and then yanking him back up by the string, over and over until he talks.

Motorcycle Guy remembers waking up in the hospital, and seeing the other accident survivor, nearly dead. Then suddenly he got up, miraculously healed somehow. Vamp had approached him and bared his teeth, but then doctors came in the room, and he walked away. Soon-bum asks if he saw his face, and the guy says yes, but he doesn’t remember it. What he does remember is the guy’s license plate, though.

At home, Tae-yeon looks through the file of cases from the super-secret department, and starts to see a pattern. He goes downstairs to his wall of victims, and starts piecing together victim to case file, one after the other, after the other.

He figures out, staring at the wall, what we’ve guessed for some time – that the hooded vamp goes after evildoers who slip through the cracks, the ones that skirt the law. Bad blood – as in evil blood.

Tae-yeon fills Soon-bum in on what he’s put together – that lawyer vamp Park Hoon figured this out about Hooded Vamp, and made a special department in his firm to deal with these types of cases. He then purposely got murderers off scot-free, as BAIT for Hooded Vamp, to see if he’d bite.

Soon-bum goes to see Candy Cop in the hospital (the cop who was stabbed in the mafia war), who’s pretty much paralyzed and can only blink-answer yes or no to Soon-bum’s questions. It turns out he was the officer at the scene of the car accident that Soon-bum is investigating.

Soon-bum asks about the accident, and if Candy Cop was the one to erase all traces of that file in police records, because he can’t find anything about the case now. Candy Cop says no, and Soon-bum asks if someone else was there at the scene of the crime. He tells him to blink in morse code, who he was with that night…

Tae-yeon goes to work to dig through the files that correspond to the cases that Law Firm H handled as defense attorneys…

Jung-in and Dong-man get close, as he guides her all the way to an abandoned building in the middle of the woods, and she stops. And then she heads inside all alone, like the crazy person that she is. No call for backup?

Soon-bum starts decoding Candy Cop’s blinks: “Prosecutor in charge…”

Tae-yeon examines all the records and finds that the same prosecutor was in charge of all the cases where Law Firm H served as the defense…

Inside the warehouse, Jung-in follows the giant streak of blood down the corridor. Please tell me that is not a flare gun in your hand. This is all you’re armed with? Are you freaking kidding me?!

Soon-bum gets to decoding the name… And at the same time, Tae-yeon drops his file in shock. Soon-bum: “Chief Prosecutor… Jang Chul-oh?” Dun dun!

Jung-in gets to the end of the blood trail… and comes upon the room where Ji-hee was being held. She finds it littered with dead bodies, and crumples to the ground in shock.

Tae-yeon goes to see Ji-hee out in front of the hospital, and shows her a photograph of Prosecutor Jang, demanding to know if this is the man who kidnapped her. But before she can answer, Hooded Vamp comes out of nowhere and snaps her guard’s neck.

He throws Tae-yeon back, and then he takes a moment to hold Ji-hee’s face, before snapping her neck too, and driving off. Tae-yeon runs over to check on Ji-hee, and two people see him with his hands on her neck.

Jung-in struggles with her shock and reaches for her phone, but then a figure passes behind her in the corridor. *Chills*

Tae-yeon chases Hooded Vamp down in his car, blue eyes flaring.

Jung-in follows the figure outside. She trips over a dead hand, and keeps running… TOWARD the creepy mystery serial killer? Really? You’re running towards the guy?

Now Tae-yeon and Jung-in are both chasing hooded figures on foot, and if this is occurring simultaneously, then are there two hooded vamps?

Tae-yeon’s foot chase stops at a dead end, where Hooded Vamp traps him and attacks. Tae-yeon puts up a fight, but he’s no match for the bigger, stronger vamp, and he goes down, shattering the wall behind him.

The lighter falls out of his pocket during the fight, and Hooded Vamp picks it up and throws it back at Tae-yeon on the ground, as if laughing at him.

Jung-in loses her guy in the woods. Tae-yeon calls to find out where she is, and she starts to tell him, but then she loses her signal and gets cut off. Ohgodohgodohgod. Don’t diiiiiiiieeeeee! Aaaaargh! Commercial!

Thankfully, her brush with near-death ends there, because after the commercial break, the whole compound is crawling with forensic examiners, as they unearth corpse after corpse, some ditches filled with bodies just piled on top of one another.

The reporters are already calling it a vampire mass-murder, since all the victims have bite marks in their necks. Jung-in reports to Chief Prosecutor Jang, who’s overseeing the case. Oh no. Dong-man comes out to report that they’ve found DNA evidence, most likely pointing to the killer.

But then Tae-yeon and Soon-bum come storming past the police tape, just now arriving on the scene. Tae-yeon doesn’t even break his stride as he knocks Prosecutor Jang to the ground with a punch to the face.

Interrogation room, where Prosecutor Jang breezes that it’s pretty ballsy of Tae-yeon to throw around such accusations without any proof. Tae-yeon says he doesn’t need proof, and loses his cool as he describes that first murder seven years ago – his sister.

He asks if he’s killed so many people that he doesn’t remember them all, and Prosecutor Jang just repeats how ridiculous it all sounds, that he supposedly killed all these people because he’s what – a vampire?

Tae-yeon points out that he’s fully healed. He punched him in the face, made him bleed… so where’s the scar? The bruise? Tae-yeon vows that he will confess before he leaves, and if he doesn’t, well then Tae-yeon will just kill him with his own hands.

Soon-bum interrupts with bad news – there’s been another vampire murder. Tae-yeon stands there frozen. Prosecutor Jang smiles, “So you’ve kept me in here for what, five hours? Looks like you just made me my alibi.” Damnit.

Tae-yeon trembles as he says that something’s not right here. An angry tear rolls down his cheek.

But it’s too late, and before he knows it, Prosecutor Jang has turned the tables on him, and suddenly Tae-yeon is being questioned for Ji-hee’s murder. Now it’s clear that he’s been set up to take the fall from the start.

There are eyewitnesses who saw him with Ji-hee at the time of the murder, and of course a search of his house reveals a wall filled with each of the victims, not unlike a creepy serial killer wall. Oh, this is bad. This is very bad. And it’s heartbreaking to see him get treated like a murderer in the interrogation room, to have the power dynamic flipped on his own turf.

He stays silent for days on end, and then finally, he agrees to a blood test. The lab technician takes out a needle… and then Tae-yeon snatches it out of his hand and holds it up to his jugular.

He orders the prosecutor to uncuff him, and he fights his way out of the room, ditching the cuffs on his way out the front door.

 
COMMENTS

I don’t think it was a huge surprise to anyone that Chief Prosecutor Jang ended up the main suspect, though of course there could still be further twists, since nothing’s been confirmed. It seems based on today’s timeline that Hooded Vamp has at least one accomplice for sure, who we have yet to uncover. The more interesting part for me wasn’t the killer reveal, but the trap set for Tae-yeon, to take the fall. He’s the perfect patsy – almost a carbon copy of Prosecutor Jang on paper. And the fact that he’s a real vampire, who’s been tracking Hooded Vamp’s every move, means that he could potentially take the fall for every single one of his crimes.

I love the setup for the finale – the frame-up, the escape – it’s the perfect way to set Tae-yeon off on a Jack-Bauer-esque mission to clear his name while solving the case on his own, all while running from the law. You could basically have him on the run for an entire new season, if anyone were so inclined. Now THAT would be fun.

Either way, I enjoy that the finale will be about Tae-yeon escaping with his life and clearing his good name, as much as it’ll be about catching the killer. I’m much more invested in Tae-yeon’s survival, and with our hero on the ropes, it keeps tensions high till the very end.

 

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75 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. classied

    wow, lucky refresh. thanks for the recap!

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  2. Ace

    Thanks for the recap! I’m watching it now!

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  3. Laya

    thanks for the recap!

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  4. jean

    hmmm. what if, the vampire that jung in was following was the bartender? maybe he was trying to find out more about the raincoat vampire. and looking from nxt wk’s trailer, looks like our vampire is going to have his heart broken:,(

    THANKS FOR THE RECAPS!

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    • 4.1 Shukmeister

      That was my first thought, because she was never really threatened at the warehouse, just watched. However, given the state of Dr HotBar’s mind when Tae Yeon left him, I’m not so sure he would have snapped out of it in enough time, and I know he wouldn’t have killed someone just to give Prosecutor Jang an alibi.

      I think there’s another one, setting up for two-bad vs two-good vamps.

      Wouldn’t it be a major twist if it turns out to be Dong-Man???

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      • 4.1.1 Raitei

        If it’s Dong Man, I’m gonna go crazy; he’s the kind you won’t suspect ever, what with his seeming innocence and all. Then again, that will probably be a good thing to hide your other persona. I still doubt Dong Man can do anything crazy or daring, though. >.<

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        • 4.1.1.1 onie80

          I have a feeling it’s Dong-man….

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          • 4.1.1.1.1 ripleyfell

            But wouldn’t it have taken him over 6 or so hours to get to where Jung-in was? He was the one guiding her the whole way, after all …

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      • 4.1.2 Orion

        Dong Man is the only character we never got to know. He didn’t have any dedicated episode, we know nothing about him and we’ve never seen him much alone. This is a cable series. It feels weird that they neglected a main member of the team and have basically been using him as filler material.

        He also had plenty of time, after he stopped talking to Jung In, to go off the lady prosecutor and get chased by Tae Yeon.

        It was Jang who almost got Jung In at that abandoned place and Dong Man was the one who attacked Tae Yeon.

        Also, there aren’t that many characters in such series and it only makes sense they wouldn’t just use strangers. Why hide their faces throughout the entire series if we haven’t seen them?

        Out of the “main” characters, it’s only these two that make sense. Jang and Dong Man. Which sucks a bit, since it’s mighty predictable and I’d prefer a real twist in such a nice series, but still.

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      • 4.1.3 beggar1015

        I still like Quiet Thought’s suggestion last week about the curvey coroner being the killer.

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  5. Bim2

    What…..? How can they make prosecutor Min become suspect. I want justice in last episode ^^

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    • 5.1 Shukmeister

      It seems Prosecutor Jang ‘turned’ him in the first place to be his fall guy right from the get-go, and that’s the reason Tae Yeon was spared at the car crash site.

      Remember, Jang formed the new homicide group of four after that fact.

      I’m all set with garlic and a stake for Jang, but not until Tae Yeon can clear his name.

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  6. iii

    thanks4 the hard work!!

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  7. asianromance

    Thanks for the recap!! I want to bitch-slap that smug look off Prosecutor Jang’s face!

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    • 7.1 Qila Hyukjae

      Hahahahahahahaha!!!! I agree! xD

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  8. Sonia

    I think his Hot Bar Friend is only playing friend.

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  9. Lordj

    Wow! been waiting for this. Such adrenalin filled episode. I can’t wait for next week’s episode.
    I wonder if the rest of the team will learn of Tae-yeon’s identity before this show end.
    Thanks for the wonderful recap!

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  10. 10 angle2mx

    <3 this show. Can't beleive we have to wait till next weekend to watch the ending. Urgh Frustrated :( For now, I need to get back to writing a 7pg paper.

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  11. 11 lan

    i don’t understand why vamp bartender doesn’t know who hooded vamp is. didn’t he create hooded vamp by giving him vampire blood? shouldn’t he know the name and face of his patient?

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    • 11.1 Shukmeister

      It’s possible he might have come into the hospital as a “John Doe” patient and left before they could identify him. I dunno if Dr HotBar has ever seen Prosecutor Jang (who certainly had no need to stop by for a quick pick-me-up),

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      • 11.1.1 lan

        I mean, of course Vamp Bartender won’t be like ‘hey it’s prosecutor Jang’, but if he knows the face, he can describe to Tae Yoon and they can get a picture drawn up and such. They did this before for other cases, seems like a standard procedure!

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        • 11.1.1.1 anais

          But the face was half-bandaged, according to the biker’s recollection.

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          • 11.1.1.1.1 lan

            I don’t see that part in this recap? It’s said that the motorbiker saw the face but can’t remember. This means that doctor Vamp should have seen it too.

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        • 11.1.1.2 Stella

          If you watch that scene closely, you can see that his head is bandaged.

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          • 11.1.1.2.1 lan

            Alright then. Though, if he was the prosecutor in that car accident (according to Candy Cop), he probably wasn’t the car accident victim! But he must be closely related to the victim somehow?

            Another question… I’m confused. Who turned our prosecutor Min? I always thought it was the vampire that died (who we now know is lawyer vamp Park Hoon). I thought he turned Min to save Min, so that Min could continue his work to track the bad guy.

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          • 11.1.1.2.2 anais

            Prosecutor Jang was the prosecutor IN the car accident, not OF the accident. He and the candy cop were working on a case, got into a completely unrelated car accident together, etc.

            I also agree with you that it was Park Hoon that turned Min, for exactly the reason you mentioned, but I think Min thinks that it was the black rain slicker.

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  12. 12 lan

    also, does this mean that the hooded vamp only goes after the ‘bad’ guys, the guys that law firm h defended to be not guilty? so kind of a dexter here?? so how could he be prosecutor jang? prosecutor jang was involved in all those cases, meaning he somehow was involved in those cases being declared non guilty or something? i’m so confused.

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    • 12.1 zgznoona

      It just means Prosecutor Jang lost the cases since the defense used some kind of trick to free the bad guys. Like in the “Bread Case”
      But taking into account the amount of bodies found this guy doesn´t only kill the bad ones.

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  13. 13 THE NEXT VAMP PROSECUTOR

    omigosh
    this is so cool..
    having taeyeon on his mission to clear his name after having accused…
    can’t wait for the finale…this is more exciting than BLACK FRIDAY

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  14. 14 Gabs

    Some how, I get the feeling that Prosecutor Jang’s accomplice is Tae-yeon’s lab coroner Soo Hee. It has to be someone Known and unexpected. Since Soo Hee’s purpose to the show wasn’t made clear, maybe she could be.

    Anyways just a thought. cant wait for the next episode :)

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  15. 15 jcay_lorna

    Thanks again for the recap. Absolutely love this program and always looking for your recaps. The build up to the finale is really good.

    Looking forward to the finale.

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  16. 16 Raitei

    Thanks for the great recap. I’m getting so excited over the ending. The episode is indeed fast-paced; I can almost feel the adrenaline rush. So many things happened, and it looks like everything has been planned for so long.

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  17. 17 bluelime

    thanks for the recap!! <3

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  18. 18 nadia

    i’m going to confess ,girlfriday i’m in luuuuuuuuuuuuve with you ,thank you for a great sart to my monday :)

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  19. 19 vic

    this drama wasn’t as good as i wanted it to be…
    but hey,it tries to be good (really hard…)

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  20. 20 sy

    Really love this show!!!
    Thanks for the great recap as usual & here’s hoping that the finale of VP will be “fang-tastic”! (sorry for the cliched pun hee) :)

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    • 20.1 sy

      Hmm if Prosecutor Jang really turns out to be a vampire..
      then perhaps he doesn’t have any accomplice coz he seems like the loner type..
      And maybe they should have named the show Vampire
      Prosecutors (though that could have be a dead giveaway)…

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  21. 21 Nam

    Booo.

    Even before I read this recap I knew that the Chief Prosecutor was the hooded Vamp! Yey!

    The 1st picture of the lower half of the hooded vamp’s face was a dead GIVE AWAY. He had a distinct nose, lips and had some mustache. Even the shape of his jaw is quite unique.

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  22. 22 funnibee

    Oooh can’t wait for the finale.

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  23. 23 djinni

    lol @ wolfram and hart

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    • 23.1 cjmfan

      agree! brings back memories! i miss Angel!

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  24. 24 emily

    Oh I saw this coming a mile away. Of course taeyon would turn into a suspect. *rolls eyes* but I hope my other theory isn’t true- that its soon bum who has some kind of part in this… its always the best friend in these shows. :(

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  25. 25 Qila Hyukjae

    Oh damn…

    This time, it’s going to be a real twist. I hope they’d reveal it all ASAP and I am desperate for the second season already. Hope the PD considers a second season. A good show like this can’t have only twelve episodes and without second and third season.

    THANKS A MILLION FOR THE RECAPS!!

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    • 25.1 iamTyrantPotsie13

      Yeah, I hope they consider a second season for this show. it’s so good to just have only 12 episodes right? I’m really glued to this show i cant phantom or even think that it is ending next week. NOOOO!!! please.

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  26. 26 iamTyrantPotsie13

    Okay, this show really deserves to have an extension! please drama gods, i implore you! just make it a 16 episode series. please! 12 episodes is waaayyyyy toooo short. i really love this show! i love this to bits and pieces! i love this because Tae yeon is so smexy! I love this bec of Tae yeon ang Song bum’s bromance. and what about the developing feelings of jung in towards our vampy? and i knew from the start that prosecutor Jang isn’t something that we could take easily. i knew that he’s boiling something really bad right there! and what about the Dr. Hot Bar? OMG! 12 episodes isn’t enough. I couldnt accept the fact that this show is ending next week. sooo sad. :(

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  27. 27 allen

    yay for wolfram and hart…memory lane buffyverse and angel

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  28. 28 martha

    Wolfram and Hart! FTW!!

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    • 28.1 anais

      Teehehehhehehehehehehe!

      Just curious whether the youngsters here even know what we’re talking about.

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    • 28.2 anais

      presuming you’re not a youngster yourself, that is. :)

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      • 28.2.1 cjmfan

        it’s probably before their time. XD. gosh i feel old

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  29. 29 Sisa

    wow, love this episode. So much surprises revealed.

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  30. 30 absolute

    after the series is done can we have a recap of just the main big plot, without the subplots in between? i’m so confused as to who is who and what clues are what. park hoon is the guy that taeyeon was chasing (because taeyeon thought he killed his sister?) in the first episode who got killed by big bad, but then he turned taeyeon into a vamp? i thought big bad turned him into a vamp? so confused. @_@

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  31. 31 onie80

    by the way can’t vampires smell/sense each other? how can’t Taye yon not suspect the other prosecutor?

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  32. 32 leeminhooppa

    My confusion is Yoon Ji Hee herself…I mean, she works for the ‘Wolfram & Hart’, right? (and yes, we younguns know our interdimensional demon-serving law firms when we see ‘em lol)… I mean, she had the key card and she was always a defense attorney for the murderers, which was what Park Hoon was also about, right? Maybe they did it with different motives (her just to help her orphan “siblings” and he to get Big Bad some bait). What’s her connection with W&H…Ahh!!! Min Tae Yoon, hwaiting! This is one of the best kdramas I’ve seen — so addicting…should probably go study for exams this week…

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  33. 33 Abbie

    WOW! What an intense episode! LOVED IT! I knew Chief Jang was the bad buy, or, well, one of them! YES! Now Tae-yeon is on the run! What will he do?????!!!!!! EEEEEEEEEEEEE! Great episode! Can’t wait for the finale!

    Thanks for the recap, Girlfriday!

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  34. 34 Ivy

    So can’t wait for the finale next week…but so sad its going to end. I need a season 2 puhlezzzz!!

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    • 34.1 Ivy

      Btw, thank you for the recaps. I always look forward to reading it every Monday…I am really going to miss this show.

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  35. 35 giddygirl108

    This series in combination with the Raymyun Shop series have converted me to cable.

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  36. 36 Starlightz16

    Does anyone know the name of the actor that plays Dong Man? I can’t find his name anywhere! :( help please!

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    • 36.1 Linda165

      His name is Kim Joo Young (1987)

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  37. 37 happybunny

    I think it’s dong man too, because the chief prosecutor said in the last episode that it is a “blunt knife that is the worst weapon” or something…so it must be someone working with them from the start….

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  38. 38 kitty99

    Thanks for the recap!! Sort of knew that Prosecutor Jang was the vampire in the hood. I think Prosecutor Jang has an accomplice because you really can’t have one at the warehouse with Jung In and one fighting Tae Yeon. I wonder who the accomplice is? I’m really sad that this series is ending!! I’m going to miss watching it every week. I hope it ends off in a good note and not the good guy and bad guy both die type. I think I would be completely sad if that happens. Although, if they end off that the bad guy escapes or something, I will certainly go kill the writers!!! I hope Tae Yeon clears his name and he can continue to be a prosector although that is mere hope to me right now after watching the previews!!!

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  39. 39 MsKFetish

    LOVED HOW THEY FRAMED Prosecutor Min…AWESOME TWIST!
    since next week will be the last episode of this season, im hoping they will show some more chemistry between jung in and tae yeon so that in the SECOND season (which im hoping will happen) they can have a stronger relationship!!! YAY!! <3
    LOVE THIS SHOW SOO MUCH!!
    PLEASE PD MAKE ANOTHER SEASON…..PLEASE!!!!!

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  40. 40 Hangebokhan

    I would like to point out that there was HELLSING on the seal. My people should catch that. Buffy was my time but it never interested me so I had to look up Wolfram and Hart. I did close up the seal though (I couldn’t really see it how I watched it) and –I– screamed ‘ALUCARD’!!!

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    • 40.1 beggar1015

      Yes, there was Hellsing (Van Helsing perhaps?), Hells Gate, Arrested, Gott mit uns (God with us), and And Shine Heaven Now.

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  41. 41 Catherine

    Excuse me….anyone who knows if I want to watch vampire prosecutor ep 12 on Sunday night, which website I should go then can watch online straightly!!!

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  42. 42 kitty99

    I had to download the last episode raw. So, sorry…not sure where to watch it online. I’m so happy, I have to comment somewhere! There were things that I thought might of happened, but I never knew it was true. Well, I sort of wanted the ending to end that way and it did, so I’m extremely happy!!! I’m more happy about the few Jung In and Tae Yeon scenes!!

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    • 42.1 Nanda

      Jung In and Tae Yeon?

      Ohhhh I want to see it so badly.

      Could you please tell me where did you download the episode from?

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  43. 43 Amy

    Where is EP 12 recapp?

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  44. 44 MsB

    So exciting! And yes, I figured it had to be Chief Jang too! The obvious choice!

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  45. 45 Shiku

    Thanks for the recap

    Why weren’t the dead bodies found in various stages of decomposition? It has been days (weeks) since the bread murderers were missing and some skeletons should have been found as hooded vamp has been doing this for years.

    Jung-in, what on earth was she thinking chasing a suspect with pnly a flare gun after discovering dead bodies? She almost gave me a heartattack!

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    • 45.1 Shiku

      2 vampires? It’s the prosecutor and Tae Yong’s sister as they never showed her burial or grave.

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  46. 46 Ennayra

    I really thought Jung-in was going to get hurt. It’s classic horror movie – don’t go investigating with a flashlight and a … was that a flare gun?

    Anyway, looking forward to watching the last episode.

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  47. 47 everlastingsong

    The Wolfram and Hart comments seriously made my day.

    Also, the vamp kills serial killers who’ve managed to escape justice? Who does he think he is? Dexter?

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  48. 48 Raine

    What made the scene where she finds the dead bodies is the music. It’s a lacrimosa, which means tears….Mozart’s…from his last requiem. *shudder*

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