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Shark: Episode 20 (Final)

And so it ends, and just about how you’d expect it to. I’d like to think that we just had extremely high expectations for Shark that it just couldn’t meet, and that we stuck it out because we always hoped to see it reach its full potential. At least, that’s what I hoped for—though I definitely feel unrewarded for that hope now. I’m also left with the feeling that this might be one of those dramas that we’ll just flush from our collective memory in a year or so, and maybe bring back up only when we’re feeling nostalgic for the side characters we came to love. Or when we feel nostalgic for the elderly, or split screens, or pictures, or juice.

Okay, it’s not ALL bad, and emotions always run a wee bit high after a final episode. But I’d be lying if I said I loved it.

 
FINAL EPISODE RECAP

Soo-hyun calls Grandpa Jo about the fee he’s due now that he’s shot Yi-soo, and no amount of squirreling on Grandpa’s part will get Soo-hyun to back down—he wants his money tonight, and he wants Clicky to deliver it to him. Grandpa finally agrees.

Junichiro gets the news about the shooting and wonders if Yi-soo is dead, though the police detail (run by Detective Byun) haven’t found his body yet.

Hae-woo gets a call that stills her nervous pacing, though we don’t hear what it is. In the meantime, we see Daddy Jo trying to play nice with the prosecutor who received the USB drive with incriminating evidence of Gaya. The prosecutor is clearly disgusted to be in Daddy Jo’s grinning presence.

So when he runs into Joon-young in front of his office, his first thought is that Joon-young is trying to bribe him. He peevishly replies that he will uncover Gaya’s dirty dealings no matter what, only to be surprised when Joon-young reveals that that’s the reason he came—not to bribe him, but to help him.

Joon-young reveals his noble cause: “Although it seems difficult now, I think that being properly investigated and starting anew is the best thing for Gaya’s future.” Good thing he leaves out the bit about getting revenge on Grandpa Jo.

Clicky meets Soo-hyun at a frustratingly dark harbor to hand over the money Grandpa Jo owes him. Soo-hyun thanks him for telling him the truth about who killed his father, but adds, “I am curious about one thing. How did you witness Han Young-man killing my father?” Oh crap.

As he asks this, we catch a brief glimpse of Detective Byun approaching, gun at the ready. Ah, Soo-hyun must have called Hae-woo… so this was a trap.

Soo-hyun then tells Clicky that he thought about it and realized that his father was doomed that day anyhow—if Yi-soo’s dad hadn’t have killed him, then Clicky would have.

Clicky begins to fidget for the gun in his pocket, but Soo-hyun raises his first. Detective Byun and another cop come out of hiding to surround Clicky and arrest him.

Afterward, Detective Byun walks right up to Soo-hyun and kicks him in the shins. Ha! How can a moment like this be adorable? He scolds Soo-hyun for his foolishness, and when he asks whose harebrained idea it was, Soo-hyun instantly looks ten years old as he points to himself.

Detective Byun then asks about Yi-soo, and all Soo-hyun knows is that his hyung told him he’d contact him. I love that Byun is totally taking Soo-hyun to school, and that his scolding is so dad-like. This skill is going to come in handy when Soo-hyun is his son-in-law. (C’mon, we’re all thinking it.)

We then see Yi-soo driving, very much alive and well. He has a flashback to when Soo-hyun confronted him over the truth and punched him repeatedly to get all his anger out.

Yi-soo accepted every hit, knowing better than to expect forgiveness. But he wanted Soo-hyun to at least understand that his father lived with a guilty conscience every day of his life.

Soo-hyun: “When I found out the truth, I resented and hated you so much that I wanted to kill you. But you’ve already been through so much up until now… and you’re the only family I have left. But that doesn’t mean that I forgive your father. If you want to atone, you should arrange for Chairman Jo to be properly judged, so that you and I can feel less wronged.” I’m so glad Soo-hyun didn’t turn into a remorseless vengeance machine. Mutual understanding for the win.

Yi-soo calls Dong-soo out of his house to deliver an envelope to Secretary Jang, and I love how Dong-soo instantly launches into a defense of her spying actions (by saying that Junichiro kept threatening her), only for Yi-soo to tell him that he already knew the whole situation.

Aw, and I was kind of hoping he’d actually tell Dong-soo about his identity, considering that he’s the only person who still doesn’t know. He does end the conversation by calling him “Dong-soo-ya” in banmal, like they would’ve when they were kids. This strikes Dong-soo as odd, but he doesn’t get the connection.

Clicky isn’t saying a word in the police interrogation room, and they soon find out that the money was all fake—which means Clicky was planning to kill Soo-hyun during the deal.

Detective Byun sighs that they have two options to summon Grandpa Jo for an investigation—either they get Clicky to confess, or they find more evidence. Hae-woo offers to try and persuade her grandfather. (So, did Soo-hyun not record his call with Grandpa Jo? What other evidence do they need, seriously?)

Yi-soo gives Hae-woo a call to ask if Clicky has confessed before he apologizes for not telling her about the plan with Soo-hyun beforehand. He’s got a hunch that Grandpa uses threats against Clicky’s wife and son to keep him in line, so he tells Hae-woo to assure Clicky that his family is safe to see if that gets him talking.

She then reveals that Secretary Jang gave her a USB (of the incriminating documents), but Yi-soo’s warning for her to do nothing comes too late—she’s already handed it over to a journalist.

After they hang up, Yi-soo waits for an opportunity to sneak into Junichiro’s office to steal the contents of his computer.

During his questioning session, Clicky turns the tables on Hae-woo by asking her if Yi-soo is more important than her family. Hae-woo: “Do you think I’m trying to uncover my grandfather’s sins just for Yi-soo?” She knows better than anything that uncovering the truth will mean the end of their hotel empire as well as her career, so while she may have started this because of Yi-soo, he’s not the reason she’s ending it.

As for the why, Hae-woo explains, “I want to beg for forgiveness from those people who died so wrongfully. I want to ask for their forgiveness in my grandfather’s stead.” She tells him it’s not too late for him to do the same, so he asks to talk to Yi-soo. Hae-woo calls him and hands the phone over.

Clicky makes a deal with Yi-soo to give his wife a new necklace for her birthday in two days, seeing as how he won’t be able to thanks to him. Because it’s totally Yi-soo’s fault that he killed how many people, again?

He doesn’t guarantee a confession if Yi-soo does this task, but he does stress that when Yi-soo gives his wife a new necklace, he has to throw away the old one. Hmm. That’s curious.

Dong-soo hands Secretary Jang the envelope Yi-soo entrusted to him, and Yi-soo calls her once she receives it to tell her that it’s a press release he’d like her to release the day before their official hotel opening.

She’s shocked and touched that Yi-soo still trusts her after everything. But he cuts off her chance at an apology by telling her he’ll hear it in person later. Why do I feel like that never happens?

Grandpa Jo’s other assassin (that creepy dude who tried to murder Prosecutor Oh, and the one who followed Soo-hyun on his murder mission) pays a visit to the police station, and is greeted by Detective Byun’s partner as a sunbae.

He claims to be visiting from another precinct to investigate the murder of Detective Oh, so he wants a little chat with Clicky, since he’s the chief suspect. Why they let him in without anyone monitoring the conversation is a little beyond me, but whatever.

He hands Clicky a poison pill and tells him that if he doesn’t take it, bad things will happen to his wife and son. Clicky gives a resigned sigh: “I knew this would happen.” Then he takes it and immediately keels over.

Detective Byun comes running when the fake-detective cries out for help, with the fake-detective claiming that Clicky took a poison pill he’d been hiding in his clothes. Byun is at the end of his rope, “Do you know how hard it was to arrest him?!” While the fake-detective avoids suspicion by acting just as outraged that he lost his super important suspect.

The cast plays a round of telephone to pass on the info about Clicky’s poisoning, and Yi-soo is devastated when he finds out.

Hae-woo meets with the reporter friend she handed a copy of the document to, only for him to admit that he’s powerless to publish it. So she turns to an accomplished hacker friend she knows instead to disperse the document to as many people as possible safely and anonymously.

She meets Joon-young outside and asks, “Did I really do the right thing? Will releasing the document change the world? Will the people believe it?” Joon-young tells her that from now on, it’ll be up to the people. She did the best she could.

Yi-soo stands precariously on the edge of a high-rise rooftop. Is he thinking of jumping, or is he just looking at the north star? I can’t see.

The next morning, there isn’t a phone or tablet that doesn’t have “The Truth About Chun Young-bo” on it. Grandpa Jo laughs it off to one of his concerned cover-up specialists who seems to be a little curious as to the truth of the matter.

Grandpa Jo sets him straight pretty fast—if people begin to doubt him, a paragon of virtue in their troubled society, then it’ll affect the government he so graciously supports. Man, he IS a devious bastard, because this is an underhanded threat of the highest order. Hurt me and I’ll hurt you.

And the tactic works, because the man with him suddenly changes his tune. They’ll be covering up the story like it never happened, at no cost to Grandpa Jo.

While Joon-young warns Hae-woo about the reporters swarming outside their house, Grandpa Jo places a call to his new assassin to demand Yi-soo be immediately found and killed.

Soo-hyun escorts Yi-hyun to lunch with her brother, and the two men share silent looks over whether to confirm Yi-hyun’s suspicion that the article about Chun Young-bo is really about Grandpa Jo. Luckily they get interrupted by their food, which of course, is spaghetti. Aww.

Yi-hyun is able to eat it without worries now, and pulls out a camera to take a picture with her brother afterward. Noooooooooooooo! She might as well be signing his death warrant. We all know what Final Episode Pictures mean.

I do love that Soo-hyun feels all excluded from being in the photo, and I especially love that Yi-hyun coaxes her brother into making a peace sign for it. (And because of the wonders of product placement, Hae-woo gets an instant copy.)

Detective Byun calls Hae-woo with the autopsy report on Clicky, showing that he died of the same poison used on Yi-soo’s dad and Detective Oh. He’s more upset that they lost their only witness, to which Hae-woo replies that they’ll just have to find more evidence. I hate to be Buzz Killington here, but, how?

Grandpa Jo gives a statement to all the reporters waiting outside his door that he’ll be donating all his hotel holdings to society, while Hae-woo finally gets the package of her late grandmother’s personal effects as promised.

Hae-woo’s reporter friend is among the crowd, and he confronts Grandpa Jo directly over how his sudden charitable impulse might be misconstrued as a cover-up.

Moreover, Grandpa has no plans to refute the evidence in the article, claiming that he’ll just have to reflect over what wrong he must have done for someone to hold such a grudge. Pffft. He sure knows how to work a crowd.

Hae-woo just so happens to twist one of her grandmother’s hairpins to find a picture rolled up inside… of Grandpa Jo when he was Chun Young-bo, surrounded by the bodies of people he killed. Grandpa’s empty promises to the people are heard in voiceover as she takes in what she’s seeing.

Yi-soo calls Soo-hyun as he’s driving his sleeping sister home to check in while he heads off to meet Clicky’s wife. Soo-hyun remarks that she’d been strangely tired… Come on, you guys are NOT going to pull anything weird right now. We’re forty minutes in, for crying out loud!

He finds Clicky’s wife in much nicer surroundings than the hospital they kidnapped her from, and hands the dazed woman a necklace. The necklace she’s currently wearing has a key dangling from it. Ah, so that’s why Clicky wanted him to go.

Soo-hyun grows alarmed when Yi-hyun won’t wake up, and immediately rushes her to the hospital. Her father and mother are there with Soo-hyun when the diagnosis comes in—she has an aggressive autoimmune disorder.

And the only cure is—wait for it—a liver transplant. They’ll need a donor within the family, and I swear the rest of his speech just sounds like the way adults talk in Charlie Brown. In short:

UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

Detective Byun thanks Yi-soo for volunteering to donate his liver, and Yi-soo hands him the key he found with Clicky’s wife.

He has something to take care of before he goes into surgery, but is sure to tell Detective Byun that he’ll turn himself in to the police the day Yi-hyun is discharged in order to take responsibility for the death of Detective Jung. According to him, Soo-hyun had nothing to do with it.

He then pays a visit to his benefactor, Junichiro, who mentions that if Grandpa Jo managed to make it through the public release of the incriminating documents, it means Yi-soo’s revenge failed. Yi-soo: “It’s your revenge that failed.”

He describes the contents of the envelope he hands over as a press release stating that all of their hotel’s profits will be donated to torture victims. Because Junichiro put him in charge of the hotel in Seoul, Yi-soo had the authority to sign off on it and to put Secretary Jang in charge of it.

When Junichiro threatens that he won’t just take this lying down, Yi-soo threatens him back—he’s given all the dirt (which he stole off Junichiro’s computer) he has on him to an acquaintance in Japan, whose first job will be to take it to the police if something were to happen to him or Secretary Jang.

“Thank you for everything,” Yi-soo says with a small bow. “Especially for saving my life.” Hell of a way to thank the guy. Also, why the harsh retaliation? Did I miss the part where Junichiro became a villain?

Detective Byun uses Clicky’s key to find a secret compartment in his bookstore containing a ledger of his transactions, as well as a recording of Grandpa Jo ordering the murder of Detective Oh. There’s the evidence they needed.

An arrest warrant is issued for Grandpa Jo at last, a fact that’s made public along with the picture Hae-woo discovered.

When the police come to Grandpa’s house to arrest him, he pulls a pistol out from his desk drawer, puts it up to his head, and pulls the trigger… Click. It doesn’t fire.

…And then we see Mrs. Park hiding the bullets she stole from his gun. Awesome.

Now that the nation knows he was responsible for countless massacres along with the more recent murder of Detective Oh, Hae-woo’s reporter friend asks Grandpa Jo if he has anything to say before he’s carted off.

“I lived my life for this country!” Grandpa all but yells, only no one’s buying it anymore.

Mrs. Park gives Daddy Jo the box of his mother’s things Hae-woo wanted passed onto him, and he breaks down into pitiful sobs the second he sees his mother’s funeral photo.

Hae-woo finds the wooden shark pendant while packing up her desk, and as she and Joon-young responsibly facing the consequences of their family’s actions, we hear the news reporting on Grandpa Jo being charged for Detective Oh’s murder. A separate investigation is being launched into the released documents and his dark past.

His case has spurred a general re-investigation into other sordid events in the country’s past regarding independence activists and events like the Gwangju massacre that Clicky and Yi-soo’s father were a part of, in order to shine a light on the injustice between those who helped the Japanese during the occupation and became wealthy from it as compared to those who fought against Japanese rule and now live in poverty.

With Yi-hyun’s liver transplant surgery set to take place the day after next, Yi-soo calls Hae-woo to arrange a meeting, since they both have things to say to each other that they can either say now or never.

Yi-soo smiles when he sees Hae-woo rounding the corner, but someone appears from behind and puts a gun to the back of his neck. He starts to turn around…

But the assassin pulls the trigger, and shoots Yi-soo in the neck. The shooter is revealed to be Grandpa Jo’s backup assassin, and he runs away before Yi-soo collapses.

Hae-woo starts running when she hears the sound, and there Yi-soo is, bleeding out in the middle of the park. “I have… to live… Hae-woo-ya,” he chokes out. He wants to live long enough to make it to his sister’s surgery, but it’s clear that’s not going to happen once he starts going into convulsions.

Hae-woo is just left in shock as Yi-soo eventually goes limp in her arms, before we cut to Grandpa Jo in prison, smiling victoriously.

Cut to: Hae-woo standing in the light of her grandfather’s office before she leaves it for good.

Yi-hyun asks where her brother is as she’s wheeled off to surgery, and Detective Byun lies that Yi-soo will come after the surgery. Wait, did she have no idea that her brother was donating his liver in the first place? Where did she think she was getting it from?

It’s heartbreaking that her mother can’t hold back her tears, because she knows the terrible truth they’re keeping from Yi-hyun.

Hae-woo stands by the hospital bed where Yi-soo lies unconscious, but alive. We hear her in voiceover: “The doctor said that it’s a miracle that Yi-soo is still alive. But I know that it’s due to his strong willpower, not a miracle. Yi-soo’s holding onto his thread of life with all his might. And he’s telling me… to save him, and to let him go. And to do what I can right now.”

She leans over to kiss him. “I love you, Yi-soo.”

Dong-soo clutches Yi-soo’s hand and sobs as he’s wheeled into surgery, with Soo-hyun and Joon-young following behind. Did someone finally tell this poor man the truth? And we missed it?!

Time stops for Hae-woo, and when it finally starts again, she begins to cry. I think that might’ve been an indicator that Yi-soo died.

Some time later, we find Hae-woo alone on a beach, clutching her shark pendant. She walks until the waves are up to her knees and addresses it: “Now you can breathe in peace, Yi-soo.”

She gently releases the pendant into the water and watches as it floats away.

 
COMMENTS

This finale did so many things wrong, and for reasons I really can’t understand. In some ways, maybe the ending reflects on this show’s failure to humanize our characters, because it didn’t seem to be about them all that much. Yes, the main objective driving the plot was to bring Grandpa Jo to justice, not just for the murder of Yi-soo’s father, but for his countless war crimes. So why did this whole exercise end up feeling like it was more for the benefit of The People, and not for our people? I’m all for the greater good, but up until now this show didn’t really work toward making that its core message—Yi-soo was never supposed to be a hero of the people, even though in retrospect it would’ve been a good move for the show to tie in his teenage desire to become a prosecutor into his present journey to bring Grandpa Jo down. But they didn’t, so Yi-soo gave his all to his quest for justice only to kind of succeed, and then he gets shot at the end. But, wait! He hung on to donate his liver to his dying sister! And then he died anyway!

Which, wait a minute, what? And more importantly, why? We’ve all seen the dramas that throw in a life-threatening illness to add some last-minute dramatics, but what confused me most about the inane addition of Yi-hyun’s illness was that it added absolutely nothing to the story. Literally, nothing. I’m still left a little slack-jawed at why the show even felt the need to introduce her illness when it only had twenty minutes to resolve it and the story as a whole. And the argument that they set up this up in advance with her nosebleeds isn’t legitimate in any world which values good storytelling, because no amount of setup could justify pulling that sudden illness and resolution out of (what certainly felt like) the writer’s bottom.

So then I struggled with trying to figure out what this show’s final message was—that evil inevitably wins? That life sucks and then you die? When the entire story revolved around one thing, aka Yi-soo’s journey for vengeance/justice, why end his journey on something so unrelated? Even then, since he would have died with or without helping his sister, if she didn’t know beforehand and we didn’t get to see her reaction after the fact, what was the point? Saving her was a point I suppose, showing Yi-soo’s selflessness was another point, but when we get all of five minutes to process that then there’s just no way to empathize, which means we miss the point.

I feel like we could talk forever about why melodramas feel a compulsion to kill off their heroes (which means we’re usually very surprised when they live), so I won’t belabor the point here other than that the hero’s death in this specific story seemed more pointless than usual. Yi-soo really did live a miserable life before he was killed for it, and there was just nothing satisfying about watching his story unfold. It’s not like only happy endings are acceptable, or only endings that are neatly tied into a bow are good—all you need to do is legitimize the journey. I just wish that would have happened here.

Other things that I wish would’ve worked better: Dong-soo’s off-screen realization that Kim Jun was Yi-soo, Junichiro’s very amorphous character, his reasons for revenge, and why he didn’t just reveal the incriminating documents if he had them the whole time, and Hae-woo’s reaction to pretty much everything. Especially her “Oh, well” take on Yi-soo’s death. This wasn’t a case where he shot himself or was dying from a disease—her grandfather was the reason he was shot down like a dog when he least expected it. And then she sheds a few tears, but figures that death was actually better for him in that now-he-can-finally-rest way? Sometimes heroes earn a valiant death, sometimes they don’t, but Yi-soo’s end just came off feeling unfinished, like he had to die because we’d reached the end of the show and not because the story necessitated it.

Oh well. Shoulda, woulda, coulda.

 
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Aaarrrggghh. * Shakes fist at computer screen*

I never felt this insulted in all my years of Kdrama watching. Yes I do believe it was the feeling of being let down after getting my hopes and expectations so high. This was the dynamic duo who gave me Resurrection and The Devil. Coupled with Kim Nam Gil and Son Ye Jin I thought this would be another exceptional story with all these factors thrown in. What a let down. But it was still alright...though it could have been better. You see the mental conflict I am going through?

Sigh. Thanks for the recap.

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That last picture gets to me all the time. YH, YS and SH. They should have their own show togther. Absolutely adorable.

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But...but...but what about the guy who shot Yi-Soo? Do they catch him? This is so unlike The Devil; no redemption at all.

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yes. i loved the main character in the devil. he was bad and a puppet master but they still made me feel for him and want his redemption and to find light out of the tunnel. With Yi-soo he hadn't fell into the abyss of revenge deep enough. I didn't care/feel for him and in the end his whole journey felt a bit pointless as his death.

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Exactly my reaction with the last 5 minutes of the last episode. I'm not sad because of Yi-soo's dad, I'm just so pissed off by this writer.

The first 59 minutes were ok to me, despite the fact that evidence from the past (again, another picture) came kinda randomly. But for the last 5 minutes, I feel like the writer really wanted to troll us, or he/she has gone insane. I don't know why it has to go this way, rather than the writer wants to make a tragedy ending, I can't think of any reason that make Yi-soo death meaningful. This drama started off really promising, but then it doesn't tie any loose end.

P/S: Now I like Clicky Assassin better. It was a smart move of him to give them the evidence and protect his wife and son.

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I didn't hate the drama, but I really was disappointed. The thing is I am not sure why. It wasn't horrible, it just...(really not sure). I do know this however if Kim Nam-gil, stars in one more drama where he dies at the very end. I am boycotting him, no matter how much I love oppa...there is just so much a trauma a girl can handle.

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Feel the same way. All the surprise interesting endings they could have done and they cheeses out with that.

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That was predictable.

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yup. you just had to know with all the nose bleeds that they would have yi-hyun's illness rare up again (although at that point in the story it was pointless and was done just to be done and didn't add a thing to the story or YS character that we didn't already know) and everyone should have known ti-soo would die in the end. i felt that was a given since ep 6.

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Another sad ending for Kim Nam Gil.

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This drama. The finale. I don't even know how to comment on it. Nodding and sighing to you on your comment section. What a waste.

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I hate lame endings like this, even though this was not one of my favorite shows I was keeping up with it. Why, or WHY do writers so often put in stupid irrelevant stuff like Yi-hyun's illness pop up again?

And is it just me, or was the whole issue of the heroine and her real husband just left sort of dangling? (I admit to fast-forwarding some in the last 2 episodes, so may have missed something?).

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Even though it had 'Devil' feel, I really hoped different (happier) ending. What a disappointment. Another thing- One of the things that I did not like the most about the show was Hae-woo’s short pants/skirts.

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I felt the same way regarding her wardrobe. Do Korean prosecutors really wear such short shorts and thigh-high skirts / high heels to work? I had a hard time taking her seriously.

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Yeah no they don't, 'I Hear Your Voice' is the perfect example of how prosecutors really dress in Korea, they don't wear those stuffs that HW is wearing...

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Thanks Heads for the recap.
May or may not be the first time I comment for a Shark episode, can't remember... I watched this show from a side eye, only for the youngsters (I love those actors). Then, I don't feel betrayed by Show (sloppy writing all around so I'm not even surprised) but I can empathize with the fans. WTF pointless endings: We are never immune against them.
Someone should have told the writer that you don't need to die for a liver transplant: They take only one part and the organ regenerates.
One thing I can say: KNG was never a fav of mine but I thought he was getting better (acting and looks) in the second half of the show. Someone give that guy a rom-com to play, where he doesn't die at the end.

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Anyone can shove rom-com to his face but he'll still choose the darkness.

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So I watched the episode first because I couldn't wait any longer. All I can say is that the show ended at the hospital scene because they pretty much gave away that Yi Soo had to die. I don't really see a point in it either. I'm starting to think Kim Nam Gil's contracts come with a statement that says his characters have to die. Grrr...

Oh well, I still love Lee Soo Hyuk, and I hope he does more dramas.

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Though the final episode left many things untied, but i still enjoyed this drama.

Nothing is perfect, n i guesed they kind of rushed through the last episode.

I totally love the scene in the cafe where soo hyun, yi hyun n yi sool were together.
I loved n was totally heartbroken at the siblings hand in hand walking in the hospital cos it can only mean one thing.

Sigh, i suppose one can never ask for happy ending in a dark drama.

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I guess you haven't watched I Hear You Voice

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I really think that the writer could have worked out the ending of the drama without killing Yi Soo. It makes me feel as if we've come so far with Yi Soo and Hae Woo's story only to be given a dry ending, the easiest way for the writer to end it all, but leaving us with a lot of questions about the destiny of the other characters.
Also, I think Yi Soo's final words sounded more like "I love you, Hae Woo" than "I have to live, Hae Woo", due to the fact that they wished to say something they would never find again the courage to say. And also because Hae Woo's last words to Yi Soo were "I love you".

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WHAT. He dies? D':
and I thought he survived, got surgery for Yi Hyun, and Hae Woo continued her life without him...

I'm so annoyed right now.

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Thanks for the recap.. I never expect a happy ending, but this one really make me sad. This drama could've been better..

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Frustrating is the word.

When the credits rolled, I honestly went - THATS IT?

You mean, that's the end? I agree with HeadsNo2 - Yi Soo died because this show has to end, not because he needed to.

I wasn't expecting a happy ending filled with fluff but this ending is just ......

I would've appreciated it if this show didn't deny us the revelation of Yi Soo to Dong Soo. Seeing him sob like a poor puppy breaks my heart. It's not fair. And poor Yi Hyun - no one told her brother died?

I feel as if I'm left hanging - real bad. Open ending, you say but be damned, I really could do with a proper closure for this drama. Even if the writer is bent on killing off Yi Soo, at least give the characters who are still alive (and me) a proper closure.

Frustrating. :(

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Sooooo...how many times has Kim Nam-gil died in dramas? 3? 4? Is this the 4th time? Can he just do a rom-com next time? I'm pretty sure they don't kill off the lead in rom-coms.

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I wouldnt be too sure about that, they did manage to kill off 2 characters at the end of a straight up sitcom-one of the 'High Kicks'...i think they can manage just fine to kill off a character in a romcom!

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I'm not counting on him making it in the end in a rom.com either. He'd probably die from cancer or some rare disease.

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If KNG does a rom-com it will be the first rom-com in the history of the world where the lead male dies.

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LOL! You all crack me up. Especially since you're probably right.

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I've lost count. Why does this guy never get a happy ending??

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For the life of me, I can't understand how could an assassin got an access to a super important witness....witness being left alone...interrogation session being not recorded...and no suspicion whatsoever later.

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It's called Poor Writing.

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When I first saw the early promos for “Shark,” I said to myself, “Kim Nam Gil. Dark revenge drama. Stay away! Don’t get sucked in!” But I really like Son Ye Jin, it looked interesting, and I’d heard good things about the writers/producers . . .well, I have no one to blame for how things turned out. Fool me once, shame on me, fool me twice – you know the rest.

I wouldn’t have minded Yi-Soo’s death that much, frankly because he seemed not all that likeable. What irked me the most about this drama was its unfulfilled potential. It started off so well, with almost universally engaging characters (except for Yi-Soo), pretty sophisticated production values, and a story that was intriguing but promised revelations to come. And in the end, it just fizzled. We knew all there was to know midway through the drama, the characters regressed instead of growing, and anything that really appealed –Yi-Soo and Yi-Hyun’s sweet relationship, the initial love we saw between Joon-Young and Hae-Woo, Hae-Woo’s awesomeness – just seemed to fizz out. It reminds me of a dessert that looks so beautiful and appetizing and mouth-watering in the display case, but when you bite into it’s just a tasteless cake with a bunch of colored crap on it. No payoff whatsoever.

Moreover, if Yi-Soo had to die, at least we should have seen something nice at the ending, such as a Yi-Hyun/Soo-Hyun scene. Or perhaps Hae Woo, Joon-Young, and Dong-Soo could have said their goodbyes to Yi-Soo in the water together. After all, they were ALL close to him and were all pulled into his revenge plot. And the ending seemed to ignore them altogether, like they didn’t exist – such poor storytelling. Or at least show us something that indicated an actual, thoughtful conclusion. Honestly, it seemed as if the writers thought the drama had 19 episodes, suddenly remembered it was 20, and scribbled the last ep on restaurant napkins during lunch.

Finally, I’m starting to realize this continual trend of the dark K-dramas having everyone die or be miserable just irks me. I don’t expect a happily-ever-after ending, but why can’t they show at least one thing to make us hopeful? This view isn’t even true to life. Without going into details, I’ve been through some very serious tragedies in my own life, and no matter how bad things are, eventually, there is always something or someone to give you hope and make you want to go on. Why spend the time and effort in creating a piece of art that examines the human condition just to make people think the end message is “Evil always wins, bad people always die or are alone?” What’s the point in that?

Random WTF Parts (just the most egregious among many):
*The ace criminal whom everyone was chasing (Clicky) is left alone, unattended and unguarded, with one alleged detective? Really?

*If you’re a mass murderer who was so expert at covering up for yourself for so long, do you really take pictures of yourself surrounded by bodies of your victims? Even Dexter only takes blood slides.

*The insta-diagnosis of the autoimmune disorder and the super-fast liver transplant. I know they can’t show all the actual protocols of such a disease and treatment, but this was so ridiculous it took me right out of the plot. I’ve taken longer to shop for clothes.

*After all that happened, we never find out Junichiro’s motivation for revenge? How is that possible?

Random Good Parts (so I’m not totally negative):
*Well, Soo-Hyun turned out to be righteous after all. That made me happy.

*The end of Clicky. I know it made things difficult for Detective Byun, but that guy just had to go. He gave “poison pen” a whole new meaning.

*Mrs. Park stealing those bullets. I always knew she had a strong streak of bad-assery in her; great to see it.

*Grandpa Jo losing everything.

*Yi-Hyun (presumably) recovering and living happily with her parents and Soo-Hyun (or, you know, as happily as one can after losing her only living biological relative YET AGAIN).

What a poorly named drama. A shark is a fast-moving, predatory, alpha-fish animal. In the end, this drama was more like a limp, dead flounder. The only shark I’ll associate with this show is the one it jumped.

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I thought that Junichiro's father is the guy whose identity was stolen by Grandpa Jo. Also Junchiro's father wrote the document listing the war crimes, hid it and then was murdered by Grandpa Jo.

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Thanks for clarifying. I knew Junichiro's father had the list, but somehow I missed that he was the one Grandpa Jo killed/identity-stole from.

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The only shark I’ll associate with this show is the one it jumped. HAHAHA! Ain't that the truth! Great comments, Faye.

Yeah, that shot of Mrs. Park hiding the bullets in the sugar bowl was one of my favorite moments in the whole drama. It almost made up for the fact that they mostly wasted what could've been such a great character... at least they let her moment of (surreptitious) glory count.

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Yes, this show totally jumped the shark. I had very high expectations but the writing totally let me down. This had so much potentially awesome scenes but ending was very unsatisfying.....hoping kng syj movie will be daebak...
And please.do.not.kill.off.kim.nam.gil.again!!!!!

Me very very very sad:(

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When is their movie coming out? Do we know anything about it?

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I don't know what I actually feel from the ending. Betrayed, disappointed, sad, mixture of frustration. I really don't understand why the writer has to kill Yi Soo...
Many questions still lingering my minds: who is actually Junichiro? Why suddenly Yi Soo hate him?? How about Yi Hyun/Soo Hyun and Hae Woo/Joon Young?
Really unsatisfied with the WTFery ending...

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Your recaps are quite entertaining. Thanks!

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I've just started watching KDramas. The first one was City Hunters which finished with an open ending, quite frustrating. Second one was IRIS, which like Shark, ended with the main character dead. Very disappointing. The overall story was quite structured although the ending was a bit rushed.
I would prefer happy endings. Not like Hae Woo finally being together with Yi-Soo but at least not make him die.
I would really like to watch a drama with none or at least not the main character dying.
Do all Korean revenge/thriller dramas end with the lead dying?

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Do all Korean revenge/thriller dramas end with the lead dying?

Not really. Recent Korean revenge dramas like Equator Man and Innocent Man did not cut the lifelines of its lead.

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Time Between Dog and Wolf had open ending but at least, hero is not dead and we can confirmed that he's alive not like City Hunter's ending

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And heeee die!!!! Finally answered my question and I'm right in the 1st place.. hahah..Thanks dramabeans for the recap!
I dont mind the sad ending.. but still if...if... yi soo is still alive.. don't have to happily ever after with hae woo...just happily ever after with his beloved and cute lil sister, is enough! Hurmss.. never mind.. another great story after king/queen of ambition... [I mean the ending]

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I love the comments on DramaBeans! Seriously, you guys are the best. (And oh, yeah, the recaps are superb, too.)

@fan, re: short skirts. It reminds me of old horror flicks where the "bad" girls are the ones killed. Like if you wear hussy clothes your life will suck. ("If only her dresses had covered her knees, then her friend wouldn't have died." ?)
@Faye LOVED the "jumped the" reference.

Me? I pretty much figured this show would kill off nearly everyone. And as I was watching it with my daughter, the only suspenses we had were:
Would Dong-soo be in the dead group?
From the nose bleeds, I knew sister was in trouble. (What I learned from this drama. . .if a family member experiences a bloody nose, CALL 911!)
I had such high expectations for this show in the beginning.

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this finale felt like a different writer was asked to finish it
and just decided to abandon or fillin so many storylines wtf?
have you seen ep 15 of cryano agency where it felt like the show hoped on board the crazy train for no apparent reason well this episode of shark was almost as bad!!

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how was Yi Soo asking Hae Woo to let him go? after all the running she did whenever Yi Soo was in danger, i really hate her quick resignation to Yi soo's death.

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I'm not disappointed enough to have a *ragequit* moment but...I'm not happy. I'm saddest for Yi-Hyun who was so adorable and just got her oppa back...at least she has her future husband watching out for her.

I had a whole rant but...I actually just feel like it's best to let this go...like the pendant.

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Thanks Head, hated the ending so much arggghhhh !

What a waste to such a great drama darn it!

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although a sad ending, the entire drama was worth watching... all actors and actresses did well. First time watching KNG drama, a good actor.

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I wouldn't say that 20 hours of my life was wasted, but I was guilty of having high hopes that this drama could pull it off in the end. I'm such a dreamer.

Yi Hyun, Dong Soo and of course the fabulous Mrs. Park added so much to humanize this drama, so in the end I have less regrets because of what their characters added.

Thanks for sticking with it, Heads, and recapping this drama till the end.

And let's take up a collection and buy some lights for the production team's next drama!

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Saranghae Kim Nam Gil ! :)

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I just wanted to thank you, Heads, for the recaps. I've loved this show from day 1, only the last couple of eps seemed to be bad.

I totally agree on your entire comments section. I was fine if they had to kill him off, but the way he went was just so pointless and stupid. Really, what is the message of the show, as you say? That evil trumps all? It's so dumb that once assasin no. 1 was down, he has no. 2. And why would no. 2 still carry out the killing even though grandpa Jo is in jail? I suppose he would still be paid for it...? Plus the whole last-minute YH disease thing with the liver transplant.... er. I don't get the point. So many characters left hanging, like Secretary Jang, Dong Soo.

Would have preferred one of those open-ended endings.... or at least for YS to die less pointlessly. Grrr. Oh wells. Lucky I didn't make my husband watch this. I am just hoping for a good ending to IHYV (because I made him watch that!)

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Oh yes, forgot to add that it annoys me that Yi Hyeon still doesn't know anything at all of what YS has been up to all these years blahblah? She's not a child, for crying out loud! I believe her character is supposed to be in her early 20's, right? She took so long to find out that Yi Soo is Yi Soo, and pretty soon, he's dead, and she has no idea what the heck happened, or that it even happened. Urgh. Wish someone would just have come clean with her. It's her family too, all the stuff that happened.

Reflecting, I think writer-nim just couldn't come up with a better solution for the love triangle than to kill off YS.

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I don't get why they never told Yi-Hyun that Grandpa Jo was dangerous. As soon her father, brother and Haewoo figured out that Grandpa Jo was the criminal mastermind they should have told Yi-Hyun for her safety.

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I am not sorry that I watched. It was moving and sad to reflect on the kinds of wounds that a nation's past can inflict on its present.

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Loose threads and useless death.
I still had hope for shark until the very end, given that it was somewhat of a slow ride. If the payoffs at the end were good, i would have walked away from this show somewhat content and forgive it for what it could have been.
Even so, i enjoyed this ride more because of your recaps Heads -- along with other contributors. So for that, thanks mucho! <3

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I'm going to go ahead and warn you that I'm going to ramble in my thoughts on this series and it might seem like I don't have a point but trust me I do. I'm just taking the long rambling way to get there, because, I can.

I am a huge fan of Asian culture and entertainment ever since I fell in love with anime my senior year in high school in 2004. There's just something I feel is missing from western entertainment that Asian entertainment has, however what that is I'd have trouble pointing out. That being said I love dark stories, I love dark revenge stories, I love Asian dark revenge stories. While Hollywood has no shortage of revenge stories they all end happily and hopefully but well Asia specifically Japan is different. With my introduction to Japanese cinema I learned of a world where the "heroes" of revenge stories have become just as bad if not worse than the person he/she was trying to get revenge on and who always pays a price for his/her revenge.

And then we have this drama which tries to use these elements but fails. There was never any real connection between the audience, or maybe just me, and Yi-soo, frankly I'm not really sure who to blame for that. Yi-soo's death wouldn't bother me if it didn't feel like it only happened to save his sister , when it should have felt like a part of the story. Hae-woo's reaction or lack thereof wouldn't bother if I didn't think she should have had some kind of reaction to the death of a man she claims to have loved. In short what a disappointing drama.

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checkout the korean revenge trilogy they are amazing pieces of cinema "sympathy for lady vengeance'
"sympathy for mr vengeance" "i saw the devil"
also the classic "oldboy"

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Sorry for my bad english in advance.

Just one question : why this guy always has to be shot by someone at the end of every show he's in. Is it written in his contract or what ?
Francky i love korean dramas but if you can tell everytime the end of a story just by looking at the male lead, why bother watching !?

Thanks for the recaps. You should also make an article on actors playing the same role over and over.

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The historical drama is character had to die because that is what happened to the real person.

Bad Guy and Shark? I feel like the writers just get sloppy towards the end of a drama. So many dramas start strong, get boring in the middle, then have ridiculous final episodes.

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Sigh. i was hoping Yi Soo would get to go backpacking like the hero did at the end of Resurrection. Yeah, the liver thing was totally uncalled for. I hated, hated, hated that Grandpa Jo had any satisfaction in the end, I also really wanted a scene where everyone was happy. Sometimes the bad ending overshadows the rest of the drama, but I did enjoy it while it lasted.

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Thanks, heads, and the rest of the Swim team, for bringing us to the end. And what an end.

Wasted everything here. I can't care much about anyone in the show, and I tried.

Dumbest telegraphed line EVER, and there are a lot, came from the liver-transplant-doctor. "We need a liver (donation) from a brain dead donor who is related to her."

Golly, could that mean about Sharkman's gonna die?

I took my foot off the gas to happy land, mentally and figuratively, when I heard that.

I am glad I watched it because of the leads, but I would never ever recommend this to anyone. I do look forward to the film that KNG and SYJ are making.

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I think when Yi-soo was shot, he was brain dead...so technically dead but still his organs will still be viable for transplant. So he didn't exactly "survived" and "died"...he never did make it after the shot.

But I think Mrs.Park and Dong-soo made Yi-soo's death felt like something...am just sad Yi-hyun had to lose her brother AGAIN! And also upset we didn't get to see Dong-soo's reaction to the truth...the poor guy was obviously so fond of Yi-soo that I felt he deserved better....

I never quite liked the loveline because it was all sorts of wrong and I felt the hero waver greatly because of her...maybe that was the point but their love never got me the way the sibling's love did.

I was also pretty intrigued about Junichiro's ambiguous stance - I think maybe he really did order the bus hit and THEN save Yi-soo to make him indebted to himself...but am disappointed his thread got shafted aside just like that...I would have liked to see him getting some more action since the actor was really good at projecting this mysterious air....I would say he's quite well-matched with Grandpa Jo in his hypocrisy.

And I too agree that when I reconsidered the whole drama I got confused as to the true objective of the revenge. I get the extent of Grandpa Jo's crime but for some reason I feel that the writer fail to emphasize on the atrocities of his actions that I would feel more satisfied when the truth is revealed and he gets his due.

All in all, I thought the actors all did good but it's just the script that failed us. Grandpa Jo is particularly creepy....even more creepy than clicky to me. Perhaps with another set of casts I probably wouldn't have bothered with this show...

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I thought Clicky was the driver when Yisoo was hit by the truck.

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And everyone live miserably ever after. The end.

Sigh. What a waste. Agree with all your comment, heads.
I will just pretend that this drama ends when grandpa jo get arrested and the rest of this episode never happened.

I didn't watch this show (have no time ;_;) but following your recaps. Thanks for recapping~ and thanks for other recappers too~

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I read somwhere that Kim Nam Gil is named as nation's corpse. I think he should have a cameo in "Who are you?"
as a ghost. "Help me why am I always dying in dramas?"

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I was shock with disappointment for the ending. Not because it didn't occur to me that they will finish this drama like this but more for the time I wasted for seeing to it to the end. I was so confused with that bit with junichiro and when Haewoo was in that water letting go of the necklace, I just didnt care for her emotions for YS anymore but was waiting for Yihyun. Her reaction I thought would at the least redeem for all the wrong they did in this drama but no, that is it. They just had to not show that for reasons I will never understand. Talk about being crappy. I would always look back when I start another drama of this genre and just hope it will not be like this or.. I will just completely avoid the writer for shark. Apparently, I wont be missing on anything... at all.

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I agree with you Emmy. this ending was very disappointing, too many unanswered questions. I really thought HW was going to commit suicide when she walked into the water. Does she reconcile with her husband? Poor Dong-soo, why didn't
anyone tell him ceo was yi-soo? Why did the writer allow grandjpa jo to get the last laugh? It's hard for me to believe that this is the same writer who wrote "the devil". That show has a sad ending but every question is answered and the redemption of the two leads is earned.

For me, Shark never fulfilled it's potential.

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For me, Shark never fulfilled it’s potential.

This. what a waste of a decent cast!!

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I initially thought of starting it but then dropped the idea as the drama didn't appeal me much....I'm glad I did that....

But I followed the recaps which are always fun to read....thanks!!

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This is a Kim Nam Gil drama...what was I thinking in hoping there would be a happy ending?

It's probably written into his contract that he has to die.

Soo Hyun, Yi Hyun, and Yi Soo should have went off into the sunset together *sigh*

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I was shocked by the ending....because I was hoping for more!!! I mean what is this supposed to mean??? definitely a disappointment. So many more interesting characters to learn more about even the housekeeper, Soo Hyun and Yi Hyun, and the secretary's background. But no...we didn't get any of this! Dong Soo was also severely wasted! Junyoung was excellent in every scene he was in, but the last scene we get of him is...at the hospital? and no reconciliation with the wife? or a clean breakup? =(

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Loved "The Devil" and "Resurrection" with UhmForce. Six years later I thought Shark would be the best out of the three but it end up being a disappointment :(.

Thanks for the recaps Heads,GF and gummi <3. Thanks to the show I upgraded my phone to a galaxy S4 with a view flip cover. I guess I paid more attention to the PPL than the drama lol.

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First thank you for good recaps. I was very disappointed for the ending. It was not that i was expected.

All Yi Soo's efforts just wasted his time and life for nothing in the end...eeek.... and the monster win after all. Yi Soo could just paid his crime too in jail or else...

But i hope i can see KNG and SYJ in another drama soon.... :-)

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I love KNG since I saw him as Bidam. I watched Bad Guy because of him and then this one. But $%%#$###% , does he have to die at the end? Can't they give him a happy ending at least? As a viewer, I will be so wary of another drama with him on it (even though I love him so)....argggh. KNG, please do a romcom next time...or anything as long as the script doesn't call for you to die at the end.....

On the other hand, like BG, I was clinging to Shark hoping and hoping and lots of expectations...but...arggh...

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Let's all stick to Hyun Bin's dramas. He always get the girl and get married :-)

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Yes, I'm on board with this! LOL.

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Reading those first few words of yours, I knew something is up and it is something that is not good. Thank you for the recaps HeadsNo2!

I guess what's done is done. Sigh.

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"And then we see Mrs. Park hiding the bullets she stole from his gun. "

this was the best moment in the entire episode and the only thing that felt like the evil Grandpa would get the punishment he deserved.

Kim NamGil continues his streak of dieing in dramas

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This episode was a big fat bust that left me with a "wait, what?!?" feeling. I do feel a little cheated out of 20 hours of my life. And it started off so well.

Whatever happened with her husband? That seemed totally lost in the shuffle of, oh, introducing and resolving a serious illness and transplant in the last 20 minutes of the show. What, they didn't have time to wrap up the existing story lines because they had to make room for that crap?

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The way they set the story up, I can't say I didn't see this coming. Yi Soo had to die, if only because having Hae Woo and detective Byun come after him for all his own transgressions would totally flip the hero/villain setup they created.
The bigger issue is then why setup the drama like this in the first place? I was holding out, hoping for something much better and well, I got burned. At the end, the whole revenge on Grandpa Jo thing really fell flat, mainly because I don't care about his war transgressions, all I cared about is him murdering Yi Soo's dad and trying to kill Yi Soo. It felt like a cop out. I know your dirty little secret and I could destroy you if I wanted to but I'm gonna go through the trouble to get your granddaughter and grandson in law involved and keep my secret identity that everybody knows just to keep up the charade that you have really shit luck and maybe you'll think that it's karma. I want my revenge dramas to be full of personal confrontation, with the high stakes to match, like a shark hunting prey. Instead, it was all setup and with no emotional payoff at the end. More like a python--just keep squeezing and it has to stop breathing at some point right?

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Okay, I'm not even going to bother asking why the hospital agreed to a liver donation from a living family member.

This show: I'm so glad it's over. Whatever's next has got to be better.

And Kim Nam-gil: stop dying already!

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The liver part actually was legit (if pointless and rushed). Healthy donors can give parts of their liver, since healthy liver tissue regenerates in a healthy body. Liver tissue donation from living donors is relatively common -in a healthy donor, it takes about 2 months for the liver to fully regenerate.

That's why the death was so unnecessary - he could have donated as a living donor.

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Heads ~

Thanks for the recap. So, my wife and I are watching this and I say,

"Unless the Truck of Doom appears, it looks like his character will survive this drama."

Bang! Guess not, maybe next time.

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oh my lord! I repeat! Oh my lord! Why did i hope? I feel so cheated. Everything was so so wrong about the characterization of Yi Soo. And the writer's idea of what a tragic end should look like. Aack, i can't even talk about it I'm so annoyed.

Your recap made me laugh...which is the only good thing about Shark right now, that your recap can make me laugh. Especially loved this: "Did someone finally tell this poor man the truth? And we missed it?!"

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