Drama Recaps
Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 1 (Part 1)
by | March 4, 2012 | 80 Comments

Warning: this drama is not for the faint of heart. It is graphic, twisted, sleek, dark, sultry, and it is amazing. I have never seen such fine acting from Joo Sang Wook, who is as twisted as his suspects. The first episode is over 2 hours long, working like a standalone movie, and is supposedly based on a real life case. I’m splitting episode 1 into two parts. because it’s way too long.

Ready to take the plunge into Episode 1: The Tape Murder Case?

We begin with a young woman taking a shower, listening to some classical music. Glimpses of newspaper clipping and photo cutting, and a woman begins primping herself before going to a bar to work as a hostess. We see some scrapbooking with those cut photos, and then that same woman stumbles out of the bar, drunk.

The newspaper/photo clipping person finishes up, grabs a glass jar of cranes and a bag, and leaves.

Chapter 1: Baek Dok Sa (White Venomous Snake)

BAEK DO SHIK (Kim Sang Ho) is a veteran detective whose instincts and intuition always prove right over his partner’s more tedious method of finding evidence. His nickname is “baek dok sa,” or “venomous snake” because of his sharp talents, and his ability to pinpoint the evidence and solve cases with near perfect accuracy.

He heads to a cliffside in Gangwon province for a recent suicide case. It’s only fitting that there’s a large sign at the edge of the cliff saying “No jumping for suicides.” Apparently there have been a lot of suicides and attempted suicides ever since a casino opened up nearby. When Do Shik and his partner Yoon head down to inspect the body, Do Shik quickly figures out that it’s not a suicide, but a homicide.

Since suicide is a selfish act, the jumper would be cowardly. He would not fall with his glasses on (which they find cracked a little ways away), and his there’s no sign of his wallet, so his identity has been stripped off him. The only thing in his pocket is a casino chip. Do Shik is clearly nonchalant about the whole thing, opting to go catch a flasher in front of a high school rather than work on this case, but Yoon reminds him that they’re supposed to work on this case. Orders from the top.

When Yoon falls asleep checking the CCTV tapes from the casino, Do Shik throws an empty nut shell at Yoon and tells him to find the person already. The corpse is a month old, so they should have gone back in the tapes far enough. Yoon scoffs – how does Do Shik know it’s been a month? But he flips on the tape and finds a man walking to the elevators matching the description of the corpse. And yes – that shot was recorded a month ago! Off they go to the casino!

They walk around the casino floor and find a beautiful woman sitting by the slots, already propositioning a desperate, disheveled man who appears to have lost all his money. She’s Soon Ok the Moneylender – or so it says on her calling card. Do Shik knew this moneylender as Kim Kong Ji, but it doesn’t matter – he wants to know if she recognizes their dead guy. She does – but he doesn’t fit the usual case of desperate man driven towards suicide because of debts. SEO JI SUK was relatively well-off and always paid his debts on time. There was one instance when he missed payment, and therefore had to call his younger sister to help bail him out. Do Shik requests for Ji Suk’s number, and his younger sister’s contact information.

Next thing we know, Do Shik is having all the police officers scour the crime scene at the foot of the cliff all night, searching for any evidence. (Perhaps he suspects the sister may have had something to do with the murder, trying to rid of her pesky, gambling brother.) Yoon complains about Do Shik’s unreasonableness, but the intense hunt for evidence pays off: they discover a silver tennis bracelet.

Chapter 2: The Monster… Hunting the Monster

In a dark living room, YEO JI HOON (Joo Sang Wook) reviews a tape of a killer he interviewed years ago, where the killer admits to trying to kill and rape two women at the same time. He gets a call from the police station, and immediately heads over. Despite being a former-detective-turned-professor, there is one unfinished case on his record…

The medical examiner notes a new victim’s body – SEO EUN BI, 24 years old. Her hands, feet, and face are bound by tape, and all of her fingers are cut off. We are told she was a bar hostess – presumably the one we saw in the beginning – who was killed sometime between midnight and 1:30AM on September 6. There was one male eyewitness.

Chief Jung of the precinct presents all of these superficial evidence to his superiors, and points out its similarity to the Daejeon Tape Murders seven years prior. Enter Ji Hoon, who has gone to examine the body first before speaking to the other officers.  Ji Hoon was an expert on that unsolved case seven years ago, and notes only one discrepancy between the cases – this time, the victim’s mouth was taped shut, and there was no blood on her face. It indicates that the killer has become more sadistic in wanting his subdued victim to watch her fingers get cut off while alive.

Once alone in the meeting room, Ji Hoon pauses and looks at the projector screen. “Is it really you?” he smiles. “I nearly forgot about you.”

Chapter 3: Lie Detector

NAM YE RI (Jo Ahn) isn’t your typical police officer. Her sweet, “easy pushover” demeanor makes her a terrible traffic cop, but she is a talented criminal profiler working in the victims counseling department. She has the innate ability to tell when people are lying or not. A superior comes to her boss, requesting that she be put on a missing person’s case. The person asking is a relative, GUN SANG WON, and he’s desperate to find his girlfriend KIM EUN YOUNG, even though she hasn’t been gone for more than a day yet.

Her gentle personality helps when she meets Sang Won for the first time in Eun Young’s apartment, and she even crushes on him as well. She inspects the apartment, noting the neatness of the room and the lack of photos of the boyfriend. She asks him what their relationship is, and he sheepishly admits they were to be married.

Lies – and Ye Ri knows it. She prods further, and he admits that they hit a rough patch 3 months prior, and she wanted to break up a month ago. He’s not over her, even though she doesn’t put any indication of him having been in her life.

Chapter 4: Public Telephone

The call records for Seo Ji Suk’s phone come out, and show that he was alive on August 5 at 11pm, walking out of the casino. Do Shik pinpoints an 033 number that Ji Suk didn’t answer, but Yoon has no explanation. Frustrated, Do Shik goes off on his own and calls that number. It leads to a public telephone booth that has no CCTV cameras in sight. Do Shik puzzles over what could have happened, and how the sister fits in on all this.

Meanwhile, Ji Hoon and his new sidekick PARK MIN HO (Choi Woo Shik) listen to a 911 recording of a guy reporting a murder in Eun Bi’s house. Ji Hoon picks up on a discrepancy – the witness gave the wrong street number for the apartment. He heads out for the apartment, telling Min Ho to go into the apartment himself while he goes and wanders the area’s alleyways and dark corners.

Ji Hoon finds a building across from Eun Bi’s apartment and climbs up a few floors until he can see Min Ho in Eun Bi’s apartment clearly. The witness was a peeping Tom, and further proof of that is the numerous cigarette butts lying on the floor.

Reuniting with Min Ho, the duo check out the neighborhood and find the pay phone the witness must have used. There are several traffic cameras and store CCTV cameras that could have caught the witness. Ji Hoon pulls out his badge to a cashier and insists on seeing her CCTV tapes.

That evening, Ye Ri reviews the case and Sang Won’s testimony. She discovers that Eun Young had transferred out 3 million Won and then 5 million Won out of her bank account, and calls up Sang Won for verification. However, he knows nothing of it. She puzzles over why Eun Young broke up with a seemingly good man, dropped out of her Masters program, and only received calls on her phone rather than called out… puzzling so much that she falls asleep in the office, to her boss’ chagrin the next morning.

Her boss also hands her what he found about a certain phone number – it led to a public pay phone. Ye Ri heads on over to the phone’s location and looks around for cameras. And so… our three teams are now connected by the coincidence of pay phones…

Chapter 5: Rain Shower

Do Shik purchases a bus ticket to Seoul and, while waiting on the benches, sits across from two siblings fighting over a game. Big Bro steals it from Lil Sis, who insists she has 5 more minutes left to her turn. Lil Sis cries, and Do Shik reprimands Big Bro. Big Bro starts crying, and then Momma Hen comes over! She ain’t happy that Do Shik seems to have hurt her little chicks, and so Do Shik escapes by claiming that his bus is leaving. Hee.

Meanwhile, Ji Hoon and Min Ho have located the witness who called in Eun Bi’s death from a pay phone. Min Ho speaks to the man, YUN JI EOM, face to face, and Ji Hoon watches with a multi-monitor set up in another room. To ease the witness’s nerves, they allow him to smoke.

Ji Eom claims that he was at home during the night of the murder, sleeping, but Min Ho quickly points out that he can get a DNA sample off the cigarette he just smoked. He also shows him the bagged cigarette butts from the building across the street; won’t the DNA match? His alibi busted, Ji Eom admits that he couldn’t sleep, and so he took a “walk” around 1 AM. Read: he went to his usual spot to peep at half-naked girls through the windows. When he passed by and saw Eun Bi’s room though, the girl was already dead with tape around her face.

Ji Hoon communicates with Min Ho via earpiece and has him ask Ji Eom about the color of the tape. Ji Eom says it was green. Suddenly the room is filled with Ji Hoon’s voice through the sound system: if Ji Eom saw the color of the tape at such a far distance, he must have had a camera with telephoto lens, right?

Meanwhile, Ye Ri films the surrounding area of her telephone booth with a mini camcorder. Her boss then calls, asking which detective agency a marked phone number belonged to. Looks like Eun Young needed some private investigating. Ye Ri visits the agency, who kindly looks up Eun Young’s account. She checks out some of the detective’s tools, including a telescope, cameras, and a wrench, when the detective says Eun Young had a case from June 3rd to June 17. Reason: to kill a person.


The detective breaks into a laugh – he was kidding. EHHH?! Ye Ri freaks out and rushes forth, wrench raised in her hand. Ahhh – don’t kill the detective! He nervously admits that Eun Young was looking for someone, and backs away from the wrench. Hee.

Ji Hoon and his team investigate Ji Eom’s apartment, where his wife and son watch on nervously. Ji Hoon looks through Ji Eom’s camera and finds photos of the crime scene, time stamped at 1:22. Ji Hoon still thinks that Ji Eom might have been the culprit, and wonders how he left the crime scene. That’s when Min Ho calls Ji Hoon over – he found more photos of Eun Bi in her apartment, half naked and romping around in bed with another man. They find a shot that shows the man’s face clearly.

Our characters then contemplate their respective cases, and Do Shik and Ye Ri’s leads bring them to – of all places – Eun Bi’s address.

Suddenly there comes a rain shower, and while Ye Ri and Do Shik find shelter under two roofs across the street from each other, Ji Hoon drives right by them in his car. And then, it stops raining. Talk about cinematic coincidence – our characters are all colliding!!

Ye Ri and Do Shik discover that the address their looking for is the same as Eun Bi’s crime scene. Pulling out their badges, they investigate the apartment. The sister of Ji Suk (in Do Shik’s case) and the missing person Eun Young was looking for (in Ye Ri’s case) was Seo Eun Bi. And Seo Eun Bi is dead.

Do Shik flips through a photo album, hoping to see the girl wearing the bracelet. Suddenly Ye Ri grabs the album and takes out her own photo to check… And then to make things worse, Min Ho finally identifies the guy Eun Bi was sleeping with – it’s her brother!! Wait – before you think it’s incest – it’s her adopted brother, so they’re not related. It also means, she was sleeping with Seo Ji Suk.


Ye Ri and Do Shik find their way to Ji Hoon’s offices and introduce themselves. Baek Do Shik – currently investigating the suicide of Seo Ji Suk. Nam Ye Ri – currently investigating missing person Kim Eun Young. She holds out the photo of Eun Young, and Ji Hoon snatches it for a better look.

Eun Young looks EXACTLY the same as their victim Seo Eun Bi. Eun Bi… is Eun Young?!


So what just happened? I hope you’re all not confused yet, because honestly, after the first hour of the drama I was starting to get there. But I think that’s what makes this drama so uniquely amazing – it’s twist after twist, and they’re smart twists. At first, I couldn’t see how all our main characters’ lives are supposed to intertwine; in the plot, this foursome make up the Special Affairs Team assigned to solving the unsolvable murder cases. (It’s a way to give us viewers our juicy, intelligent crime solving fix, and for the Seoul police bureau to improve their reputation of leaving less cases unsolved.) But by the end, things started to make sense.

The strands are far and separate, but eventually, because of our characters’ great sleuthing skills they manage to find the right clues that lead them to each other.

I really enjoy watching Joo Sang Wook and Kim Sang Ho in these roles, mainly because they’re both so cool – one is a sharp lone wolf, and the other acts like a lazy bum until he’s ready to strike. In fact, Kim Sang Ho reminds me a little of Mark Harmon’s character Gibbs in NCIS because both are such seasoned investigators who act so nonchalant all the time, but their brain is moving 100 miles a minute. Jo Ahn had a bit part in Secret Investigation Record, but I don’t remember her much there. In this drama though, she shines. She may look too cute or too adorable, to be taken seriously as a detective with a specialty in criminal profiling, but it’s part of her charm. When surrounded by such cold, stiff men, you need someone who can at least act human. And, at least she can offer something to the table with her psychological insight into the suspect’s minds. As for Choi Woo Shik, his major role prior to this was playing the young Jung Gi Joon in Tree with Deep Roots. I have to say, I definitely like him better here than playing the sarcastic, jaded scholar. Heh.


80 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. danielkim90

    looks interesting, maybe I’ll start watching it in the next few days or so, thanks for bringing it to my attention!

    • 1.1 inn1234

      I’ve watch the 1st episode. It is truly for the faint of heart. I’m not talking about the gruesome murder or the corpse or the blood, but, the way the orphanage director treats the orphans. If this episode is truly based on true story (not yet proven), then, that director and the like of him can all go to HELL.

  2. mali

    Had finished watching this drama and i can’t wait for the sequel.Just like the vampire prosecutor, the twist and turn of the storyline as you go deeper kind of surprises you.

  3. Lemon

    I’m glad you’re covering TEN, kaedejun! I’ve watched the whole series on Viki and I must say, it’s a real gem and deserves more attention. None of the other 9 episodes reached the level of genius that was the first, but on the whole TEN is probably one of the best mystery dramas I’ve watched in a good long while.

  4. So3

    oh my gosh!! didn’t expect to see TEN here at DB!! Thanks kaedejun!! it’s great to see this drama being introduced here so that more ppl can appreciate it. I finished 9 episodes within a week and I love it. It has its flaws but I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    • 4.1 indigowine

      was seriously head over heels for the first episode, contemplating and thinkin about it for so many hours after xD still shock for the last reveal..


      the second episode didn’t draw me as much, too bad x(

  5. 78446

    Oh, thanks for recaps. I’ve been thinking of watching this for awhile now and it does seem pretty interesting. I might check it out when my current drama load eases up (in June? Lol). Thanks!

  6. J

    I am so happy TEN is being covered. I have watched the whole series and I must say that it is a fantastic show, especially the first episode. I was totally captivated. It’s too bad that it was shown on cable, otherwise I think the story, editing, directing and cinematography would have drawn alot more audience to tune in. i really hope that there is a season 2. ^^

    • 6.1 zgznoona

      I think there is, a second season. They can’t just leave such a cliffhanger for an ending of the drama

  7. Roselle C. Malicsi

    Thank you for recapping TEN, have watched the first episode and still waiting for the subs of the succeeding episodes, and reading the recaps before i watch the subbed episodes make me understand the story more, with the comments in between, i also get to agree to some ideas that would have made the story even better. Hope you will recap every episodes of TEN…. thank you and God Bless !!!!

  8. Anvesha

    I watched it by mistake when I was looking for a movie with similar name. Now, that it is being covered in DB I might watch it.. It’s totally my type of drama!

  9. JoAnne

    Thanks for the recap! I’ve been hearing great things about this drama, and am looking forward to watching it.

  10. 10 msjoe42

    Did you know:

    This Drama previously set as 10 episode. However, 1st episode was broadcast in 120 minutes. Therefore episode 9 becomes final episode.

  11. 11 via

    @Dramabeans, would you like to recap “Feast of the God”? I think the drama is really good, Jo sang wook and Lee sang wook playing in this drama too and Sung yu ri.
    I hope one of you in dramabeans could recap this drama.
    Thanks before…

  12. 12 mastille

    “Warning: this drama is not for the faint of heart. It is graphic, twisted, sleek, dark, sultry, and it is amazing.”

    *leaves to watch it*

  13. 13 all4movies

    So cool to see this awesome series being capped at Dramabeans.

    When I was watching it, I knew the DB community would really like this series. The production and music are reminiscent of the cool vibe of Vampire Prosecutor, without the vampires, and I have been hooked on Joo Sang Wook since Feast of Gods. I’m now contemplating watching Giant because of him and Lee Bum Soo.

    But be forewarned. Once bitten, you will be biting your nails until the end. I’ve heard that the series did so well that they’re now working in season 2.

  14. 14 melonhead

    Kim Sang Ho. Ahjussi love. <3

  15. 15 Lisa-Loo-Loo

    Thanks for the recap. I loved this drama it was dark, twisty, humorous and totally addicting, like candy coated crack. I can’t wait till you recap the last episode. This drama took me on a journey that was both creepy and enjoyable. The lead detective’s personality was a blend between Freddy Kruger and Monk, thus totally awesome!!!!

  16. 16 SweetiePie54

    Thanks so much for the recap! I have been dying to watch this! 🙂

  17. 17 yingz

    Its tough to write thriller/suspense drama-type recaps but @kaedejun you did a great job!

    Though I gotta admit, I got confused by all the names and had to re-read the article to get a better idea on whats going on.

    Sounds like a great drama!

  18. 18 Noelle

    I was kind of on the fence about this show. I only scene JSW in two shows and one of them I didn’t bother finishing because it was absolutely horrible. Not his fault though. That show failed on so many levels. But this seems like a show I can get behind. I already love his characters description. Bring it on. Thanks for the recap! I’m definitely going to watch it.

  19. 19 kbap

    Wow this looks awesome! Thanks for the recap kaedejun!

  20. 20 avarachika

    This show is amazing. Finished watching it and i’m waiting for the sequel. Good thing that you are recaping it, feels like i’m watching it again, but his time i’m reading it for much better sense hehe.

  21. 21 Angel

    Wow! I’ve been looking for recaps on this show. Thanks so much kaedejun!

  22. 22 canxi

    This has been in my queue of things to watch for some time now 😀 WHOOP!

    It’s tough choosing whether to start this or God’s Quiz 2 first.

  23. 23 shiku's phone

    Thanks for recapping this amazing show.
    I emember watching ep 1 trying to figure out the culprit but the show kept on throwing curveballls to me.
    I really love how the team came together and I can’t wait for season since they decided to end this season on such a big cliffhanger.

  24. 24 HappyEndings

    Woah, what a coincidence! I was just watching Joo Sang Wook’s Feast of the Gods on Viki and decided to check out TEN later. Then I come on dramabeans and saw that you’re beginning to recap it! Awesome! I can have a companion as I watch!

  25. 25 bim2

    I’m suprised DB recaps this series, because this series really unusual drama. Episode 1 had 19th rate age viewer. But I like this series. If you compare it with Vampire Prosecutor, this series has more deeply and dark cases than case in Vampire Prosecutor ^^

  26. 26 WeWe

    Hm……interesting plot.
    I should find the video soon.
    I just realized that this drama is already ended.

    I hope you will recap all 10 episodes, thank you 🙂

  27. 27 Lola

    Isn’t yoon ji hye who played cha Hae Rin in que sera sera in this drama?

  28. 28 taraLuvJJ

    thank you so much for recaping this drama, i never expecting TEN on dramabean.. i start watching this drama cuz i need a different k.drama theme beside i miss my mark paul gosselar in nypd blue days..

  29. 29 anna

    Oh, is the killer the bf/ex-bf? Unless there’s ANOTHER twist, it seems to be him. Can’t be that obvious is it? Now I want to watch the rest.

    • 29.1 Mystisith

      No, i won’t say, lalala, i won’t say !

  30. 30 narae

    oh man that was cray cray >< found my new drama crack… but i have a thesis due in two weeks! crap!

  31. 31 Jaykah

    Charismatic Joo Sang Wook and Ahjussi in one drama, YIPPEE! 😀 Thanks for the recap 🙂 I like it so far, nice change from all the dramas I’m watching right now

  32. 32 Fatfrog

    Love love love this drama!

    Sadly, apart from the first two episodes, I couldn’t find English-subbed episodes of the rest of the drama.
    After some desperate search, I managed to find the drama Chinese-subbed. Thank goodness for Chinese lessons in school.

    If you can read Chinese, there are quite a few sites which have the Chinese subtitles.

    Must watch if you enjoy detective drama. (and the ajusshi from City Hunter)
    Plus there’s gonna be season 2!!!

    • 32.1 Linda165

      Dramacrazy has it with subs up to episode 4. I watched it on Viki that has the complete series subbed, but I think is only available for qualified contributors (QC).

      • 32.1.1 Andie

        I watched the complete series at Viki and I’m not a QC, so I think you can watch it – unless it has regional restrictions (I watched in UK).

      • 32.1.2 aznative

        I’m watching on Viki and I’m not a (QC) Qualified Contributor. Here’s the link. http://www.viki.com/channels/6035-ten

      • 32.1.3 Shiku

        I watched on Viki and am not a QC. (I watched in the US)

    • 32.2 Phoebe

      can you please give me the link for the chinese subtitles? Thanks lot

  33. 33 Linda165

    What a nice surprise!!! Thank you so much kae!!!
    This drama is sooooooo intense and my oppa shines!
    Looooved it! The cases are really interesting and keep you guessing.
    I’m dying to hear your take on that ending.
    Season 2, please come faster!!!!

  34. 34 K

    This seems like an awesome series. Would be a good break from all these romcoms I’ve been consuming.

    Does anyone know where it’s downloadable with Eng subs? Tried searching to no avail.

  35. 35 dls

    thanks for the recap!
    indeed it is a twisted twists
    I like the twists
    want to watch the next ep

  36. 36 lisha

    thanks alot!!!!been looking for the episodes with eng subs forever 😀

  37. 37 pinkpia

    oh i love this already!

  38. 38 jojo

    Thanks for the recap…been looking for something good…definitely going to watch this one if it gets subbed…

  39. 39 Mystisith

    Nice surprise ! And it’s kaedejun who sticks to it. Great !
    I’ve already watched the all thing, and found it great. The actors, the cinematography, the OST, the drawn opening. This is so good. And for once you don’t guess the end in the first minutes. Cop shows and rom-coms, two ends of the spectrum (hey, it rhymes!).
    I definitely subscribe to a season 2. OCN you rock !
    PS : Did someone see the teaser for their next drama “Hero” ? It looks so badass and funny and exhilarating.


  40. 40 John

    Kaedejun , this looks interesting. Once HOTS & Moon/Sun are over I ‘ll be sure to check this out.

  41. 41 Yuna

    I didn’t know if I should watch it or not, but now I know for sure. Thanks! >.<

  42. 42 Jomo

    So glad to see you recapping here! Thank you for clarifying what it was I saw and read.
    The cryptic language they use on cop/detective show is confusing when I watch things in English, watching it in Korean doubles this.

    I do have a language question. The subs at mysoju showed them using the F word in the first few minutes.
    I know it is not a word for word translation, but I was curious
    1.. If you would have translated that way.
    2..If they were broadcasting that LEVEL of swear word on this cable station, or if the subber just wanted them to sound like tough cop types.

    If you want to know the specifc line, I will have to get back to you as I am at work now.

    I love JSW dressed like this. I love his sad eyes and pretty painfilled smile.

    I think I am really going to like this one. The assembled team is familiar – Experienced, enigmatic, intelligent team lead, rough around the edges ahjussi, smart/cute chick, and young male newbie, but I am not complaining.
    [Although, I woujld like to see a repeat of the team from H.I.T. led by a cool female Go Hyun Jung.
    (OK we can invite Ha Jung Woo, too)]

    I have a request from the commenters for this series, as it is completed. Please try to somehow alert us to any spoilers in your comments if you cannot resist discussing episodes AHEAD of the recap.
    It is a mystery afterall, and saying, “I can’t believe the butler did it in the library with a candlestick!” in Ep 2 when we won’t find out until Ep 8 is just not fair.

    Thanks ever so much for understanding!

  43. 43 Elina

    Kim Sang Ho is in, I’m in.

  44. 44 bim2

    Just asking, will DB recaps “Can Love Become Money”? ^^

  45. 45 Mel

    Thanks so much for recapping this under rated gem with Jo Sang Wook, can’t wait for the rest of the recaps…

  46. 46 Rachel

    Oh my I didn’t know DB will recap this series!
    JSW was awesome in this whole series and kudos to the other actors/ actresses
    I used to think that Korean crime dramas could not reach the standard of its American counterparts but I was blown-away by TEN.
    Its not a perfect show but its really good!
    Fantastic characters! good pacing and its a real good attempt!
    I heard they are getting ready for a Season 2. I can’t wait!
    This was the show that made me obsessed with JSW!

  47. 47 Revy

    I finished this show and it was so damn awesome. Ep 1 in general was such a mind f***
    Now i can’t wait for season

  48. 48 Dn

    I started watching this after seeing the promos during the commercial breaks for Vampire Prosecutor…got totally addicted and dropped VP altogether. The 2nd case isn’t as interesting but it gets better and better.

  49. 49 Mia

    I love NCIS!!! this show looks exciting! want to watch it!
    thank you!

  50. 50 anna

    Thank you for writing this recap! I wouldn’t know of this drama if it wasn’t for you. This story takes you for a ride! It’s twists after twists after twists. I must have had like a million theories going through my head at every minute! This was good for a mindfuck. Thank you 🙂

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