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Two Weeks: Episode 12

There’s twist upon twist in this episode, and just when we’re starting to rejoice that our hero is getting smarter, the baddies step up their game. I suppose there’s no use in flailing about ineffectually when tension is the name of the game, but aaagh, I can’t help it: What’s it take for a guy to have ONE GOOD DAY around here, huh?

 
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EPISODE 12 RECAP

The sting operation to catch Teacher Kim is on, and as planned, Tae-san takes two hits from the assassin’s sniper rifle and goes down in a pool of blood. Thankfully we see him put on a bulletproof vest in flashback, and then seconds later he opens his eyes.

Jae-kyung gives the cue for the other agents to hunt down the shooter, while she tells Tae-san to play dead—they don’t know if their bad guy brought friends. So he lies back down, only two seconds later, Seung-woo is running out of the building screaming, “No!”

Wait, nobody told him about the sting part of the sting operation? You let him think Tae-san was going to die? People! He runs for Tae-san, who panics at the thought of being caught, and bolts on his motorcycle. So much for playing dead. Seung-woo steals Jae-kyung’s car and follows.

Meanwhile the rest of the team capture Teacher Kim (with no less than four tranquilizer darts, in case of cyborg) and hit their first roadblock: their shooter has no gun. Jae-kyung starts to tell her team to send uniforms to scour the building… when something explodes outside the window.

Dammit. He blew it up, didn’t he? The special agents cotton on right away, and tell her that he set the sniper rifle to explode, which makes this man a professional. Jae-kyung digs around in his jacket for some piece of identification, and is shocked to find that he hasn’t destroyed his phone.

She calls the number in the log, and as expected, Boss Moon answers. He only asks if it’s done, and Jae-kyung quickly records the conversation. She waits silently, hoping that he’ll say the words, Did you kill Jang Tae-san.

But he’s too quick on the uptake to fall for that, and realizes that the silence means Teacher Kim isn’t there. Jae-kyung smiles and reveals herself, and Boss Moon hangs up in a panic.

Tae-san ditches the motorcycle and hides in a warehouse, and Seung-woo follows doggedly. Jae-kyung calls and finally tells him that Tae-san didn’t really get shot, and that it was prop blood. She urges Seung-woo to let him go.

He calls out to Tae-san anyway, asking to talk. Tae-san thinks to himself that he doesn’t really feel like being questioned by Seung-woo twice or being carted away in cuffs. But Seung-woo apologizes for not listening to him before, and says he believes Tae-san was framed.

Tae-san smirks to himself that maybe he’s not such a bad guy after all, and then when Seung-woo pleads with him to come talk to him for Su-jin’s sake, he can’t turn away. He comes out to face him directly.

Then we cut to a pair of handcuffs, and I have a momentary lurch of panic. But it turns out to be Teacher Kim on his way to the prosecutor’s office, which makes me feel bad for not trusting Seung-woo.

We don’t see Tae-san’s conversation with Seung-woo, but he returns to Jae-kyung’s apartment alone. It’s then that we see his jacket lined with a blood bag, over a bulletproof vest.

Jae-kyung interrogates Teacher Kim, who gives no name and simply asks for a lawyer. His fingerprints don’t show up in the system, which is hardly a surprise, and they don’t find a single weapon on him. Drat.

Boss Moon reels to discover that Tae-san and Jae-kyung have already been working together, and then suddenly Seung-woo storms into his office and grabs him by the shirt. The minions get sent away, and Seung-woo growls, “You said you wouldn’t kill him, you son of a bitch!”

WAIT. WHAT. Seung-woo… you’re not… the mole, are you? Nooooooooooo. Say it ain’t so, Seung-woo. Say it ain’t so.

Flashback to the first conversation he had with Boss Moon, where after they take turns cursing at each other, Boss Moon offers a deal: Seung-woo makes sure the camera ends up in his hands, and Boss Moon makes sure Su-jin doesn’t die.

Seung-woo refuses to make a deal with a lowlife and gets up to go, when Boss Moon calls him out on staging this whole conversation to get it on tape and arrest him for something so petty as threatening an officer.

He points out that the room is protected against such tactics, and Seung-woo realizes he failed to get it on tape. Boss Moon makes it clear that he has no problems killing Tae-san and therefore Su-jin… unless Seung-woo does whatever it takes to make sure he gets that camera, even if he has to follow In-hye’s every move.

Seung-woo sticks to his principles and refuses the deal, but then when he visits Su-jin in the hospital later that day, he recognizes the candy dish from Boss Moon’s office, along with other presents. Oh no.

So then the day In-hye went after the camera, Seung-woo followed her to the nail shop, found out where the sale was going to take place… and leaked the info to Boss Moon. Ack. So that’s how Teacher Kim found out. Okay, so that makes him a one-time mole and not the other mole… but STILL. Ack.

Back in the present, Seung-woo growls that Boss Moon agreed not to kill Tae-san if he got the camera, but of course Boss Moon tells him to bring proof that he ordered the kill. Seung-woo now realizes what Jae-kyung meant when she described how ruthless cunning these people were.

Boss Moon easily turns the tables, wondering aloud what his precious In-hye would think if she knew he helped steal the camera, or that he shot Tae-san. And what would his chief of police father think? Seung-woo: “You were going to kill Jang Tae-san all along.”

Jae-kyung asks Teacher Kim for his name for the millionth time, with no answer. But then when his lawyer shows up with papers for him as a Martin Ramirez who came from France, suddenly he’s rattling off answers to match that identity to the letter.

He says he’s a student who came here to study the language, went to the building today to take pictures, and that he found the phone by chance. Bah, with no gun to tie him to the shooting, they have nothing. Moments later, he walks free.

Jae-kyung stews, wondering where Boss Moon found a professional like him. She realizes that all the operation did was tip their hand—now Boss Moon knows about her partnership with Tae-san.

His gangsters watch her every move, but of course the one thing they don’t suspect is that Tae-san is at her house. He paces nervously waiting for her call, but she walks in with her head hanging and has to tell him that they lost Teacher Kim.

All Tae-san can do is laugh bitterly. They’re now empty-handed, without a lead, and exposed. She points out the gangsters following her everywhere. He decides that the only move left is to steal the video file.

We flash back to their strategy session, where Tae-san points out that Boss Moon would never destroy the video completely. He’d keep a copy because he builds his power on the weaknesses of others.

Jae-kyung agrees, but how do they know where to start? Tae-san says that eight years ago Boss Moon wanted him to be his right hand, and he was around long enough to pick up a few things. He’d never keep something important in his office because it could be raided at any moment, and the night of the camera theft, he saw Teacher Kim leave Boss Moon’s house. It has to be in the house.

Jae-kyung thinks it’s too risky to go breaking into Boss Moon’s house, and tells him to just lie low until the surgery. But she realizes what Tae-san has already concluded—he can’t get to the surgery without police backup, and to do that he’d have to turn himself in, where Boss Moon will get to him first.

Tae-san: “The most important thing to me is saving Su-jin. Offering up my life to Moon Il-seok was my mistake, but I don’t want to be used again. I want to save Su-jin, and I want to live… is that hoping for too much?”

*whimper* No, no it’s not… right? Jae-kyung sputters that that’s ridiculous—of course he should live. But he points out that if they can’t get Moon Il-seok for murder, he dies. He looks up at her Big Board and sighs that the camera was the one thing that could’ve cleaned up this whole mess, wishing he’d trusted Jae-kyung sooner.

She promises to get Boss Moon for murder, and urges him not to risk breaking and entering. He does offer up one hidden card: Boss Han, the crotchety old man who healed him and ran, who knows Boss Moon’s compound like the back of his hand.

Back in the present, Jae-kyung agrees to help him break in. She gives him the things he requested—two recorders, bread, and soju. That’s a weird shopping list.

He points to the charity auction post-it on D-Day, and asks how she knows Boss Moon will be there. She says that he and Congresswoman Jo have a history of using real estate as their money channel, and usually buy and sell like clockwork. But she noticed that he was lying low recently, and started to dig into his business.

Once she found out about the auction, she called his secretary posing as a reporter and asked him for an interview on that day. He was booked and scheduled to fly out of the country that night.

Jae-kyung drives away with a man in her passenger seat, which seems reckless until all the gangsters follow, and the real Tae-san pulls out in a different car. He calls Boss Han for help, and leaves a message asking him to give him the lay of the land in his old house. Ah, Boss Moon must’ve literally squatted there as his prize for pushing him out.

Tae-san returns to the pawnshop as his base, but this time someone recognizes him as he goes in. Uh-oh. He digs around in the safe for something, none the wiser.

Boss Moon and minions stew over the latest turn of events, and he orders Teacher Kim to sit out until it’s safe. I was under the impression that his capture would shed some light on their bizarre father-son boss-assassin dynamic, but it remains a mystery for now whether their monikers are literal or figurative.

The tip comes in from the man who saw Tae-san lurking near the pawnshop, and Bits for Brains actually scoffs that Tae-san would never go back there. Boss Moon snaps at him to chase down every lead, even if they’re just chasing shadows. Crap.

Tae-san sleeps on the couch in the pawnshop, thinking it as safe as ever. He dreams about the day of Su-jin’s surgery, where she guesses that her marrow donor is her father. But then he gets brought into the operating room in prison orange, handcuffed and flanked by Seung-woo and Jae-kyung.

He can barely look at her, and Su-jin looks up in fear: “Is my daddy not a good person? Is he a murderer?” In-hye runs in to hold her: “That man is not your father!”

He cries and screams that he isn’t a killer, that he didn’t do it, that he was framed. But nobody listens, and Su-jin shrinks away in fear. Oof.

He wakes up with a start, and just in time too. The gangsters come tearing in, but all they find is an empty room with bandages and medical supplies. They search to make sure nothing is missing, and discover a recorder that Tae-san left with a message for the three of them.

He thanks them for the nice comfy digs, and nags the two pawnshop lackeys to do a better job at the office, ha. And then he names Bits for Brains minion as Mi-sook’s killer, knowing that it was his knife that Boss Moon used. He asks if Boss Moon would really not throw him under the bus when push comes to shove.

That gets the minions arguing amongst themselves about whether or not the maknae told Tae-san that Boss Moon killed Mi-sook… and we see that Tae-san has planted the other recorder in the room. Nice.

It turns out Tae-san wanted the bread and soju to offer up at someone’s grave. He pours a drink at the foot of a tree, and suddenly his accent comes out as he tells his mother that he’s here. Oh. It’s the day his mother died. Doesn’t that also make it his birthday?

He thinks all this in voiceover, and says he wants to just ask her one thing: “Did my father really say he hated me?” He starts to cry and then decides against that question, in favor of another: “Is it nice there? But I don’t want to go there… not now.”

He calls Boss Han again and says he’s in the woods for his mother’s memorial, saying that it was windy the day he spread her ashes, so all forests have become his mother’s resting place to him. A minute later Boss Han calls back to bark at him to come down so they can eat.

In-hye brings Su-jin her lunch, and she takes one bite of Mom’s seaweed soup and knows she made it at home. She wonders why, and Mom says it’s because today is Dad’s birthday. Aw.

Su-jin asks if she made it to give to Dad, and In-hye says no—Dad doesn’t like seaweed soup. She tells Su-jin to eat it in his place, to wish him a happy birthday.

Tae-san goes to meet Boss Han, and the ajusshi scoffs that the fugitive’s got it made, riding around in a prosecutor’s car. Over lunch they discuss Boss Moon’s house, and Tae-san draws the layout as he remembers it. Boss Han is surprised that he kept it pretty much the same.

Tae-san wonders if he wasn’t mad about being chased out of his own turf, with Boss Moon literally squatting in his house as his trophy. But ajusshi says he didn’t have a wife or children to protect, and didn’t much care for revenge, calling it his karmic payback for living the way he did.

He says it was all because he belittled Moon Il-seok when he came to him as a little punk, asking to be his right hand. Overlooking him back then was what led to Boss Moon’s revenge ten years later.

Based on Tae-san’s sketch he guesses that a false wall was built to hide the entrance to the underground safe. He still thinks it’s a fool’s errand especially for Tae-san, but he’s caught by surprise to hear that he’s thought out the particulars for a way to empty out the house, and is suddenly talking like a guy with a brain.

He asks how he plans to open the safe, and Tae-san takes out all his research, saying he’s picked up a few tricks here and there. Boss Han doesn’t even listen and shoves it all aside: “I’m going in with you.”

He said he was planning to leave the country anyway, and sighs that he might as well save Tae-san’s stupid life before he goes. He says in his crotchety way, “In all my life I have never seen a bastard with nobody in the universe to lean on like you.” Awww. Is it hoping for too much that you turn out to be his father?

Meanwhile, the prosecutor team starts piecing together the circumstantial evidence they have for Mi-sook’s murder, starting with Tae-san’s frame job. They head back to the crime scene hoping to find a neighborhood shop with a security camera, but when Sang-hoon finds one, the shopkeeper says someone already came by and bought the tape for a bunch of money.

Seung-woo’s one step ahead of them and finds a different camera—a car that’s been parked on the corner for quite some time, judging by the layer of dust. It’s the black-box camera that we saw Tae-san walk past when he came back to the crime scene.

He finds the owner who confirms that the car hasn’t moved, and hands over the video footage. Seung-woo joins the prosecutors and they go through all the files until they find the smoking gun: Boss Moon arriving at Mi-sook’s house that day.

It’s enough for an arrest, and Jae-kyung storms into Boss Moon’s office to cuff him herself. *fistpump* It leaves the idiot minion especially nervous and more buffoonish than usual, and he squirms at the thought that he’ll be the one to take the fall as Tae-san predicted. He gets a panicked call from the mole, and barks that his identity is safe for now so stop freaking out.

The cops find out belatedly what Seung-woo is up to (trying to gather evidence to clear Tae-san’s name), and the captain gets especially angry about it, ordering the others to bring him everything Seung-woo has gathered on Tae-san. Hm, suspicious.

Congresswoman Jo gets the call about Boss Moon’s arrest, seconds before a reporter walks in. She postpones the interview because of an emergency, and the reporter asks if the emergency has to do with Boss Moon’s arrest. Whoa.

She freezes, as the guy says someone made an interesting bet with him today, that Moon Il-seok would be released in 48 hours, and by Congresswoman Jo’s maneuvering at that. Nice one, Park Jae-kyung.

Her boss isn’t as happy with her, and chews her out for keeping him in the dark and arresting Boss Moon so rashly. She doesn’t have enough to indict and she knows it, but she says she had to stop the injustice that Tae-san was suffering. She promises to do her best to find enough evidence in the time she has.

Boss Moon doesn’t break a sweat when she comes in to question him. She shows him the security footage of him arriving that day, along with a picture of him cuddling up with Mi-sook. He doesn’t deny that he was there, though he does wonder to himself why she’s taking her sweet time with the interrogation.

Meanwhile Tae-san gets the call from Sang-hoon that Boss Moon is in custody and his minions are at the station. That means the house is empty, and he gets ready to go. Ajusshi tells him his safecracker is waiting for the call (apparently he can crack them remotely) and they head out.

Boss Han wheels a cart loaded with cardboard past the house, and Tae-san spills out from the back, jumps on top, and leaps over the wall in one swift move.

Jae-kyung and Boss Moon go ’round and ’round in circles about why he was at Mi-sook’s house that day, and his minions pace outside.

Tae-san makes his way to the circuit breaker and shuts off the alarm, and drills carefully into the front door to unlatch it from the inside. Gah, I’m already sweating bullets and it’s just the front door?

He makes it inside the house, but then something stops him in his tracks. He turns to the window, and there’s Boss Moon, standing right there in his living room, smiling back at him.

WHAT. Ohfuck.

 
COMMENTS

I really loved the twist that it’s not just one mole, because it seemed pretty simple and pat to have a tertiary character be the snitch (though the main mole’s identity is still unconfirmed, of course). But when Seung-woo turned out to have been manipulated into giving up the camera, I was appalled, but surprised in a good way. I should’ve known Boss Moon wouldn’t let Seung-woo’s connection to Su-jin go to waste. It had just been so long that I forgot he hadn’t put that threat to use, and lately he seemed so single-minded in just catching Tae-san.

In my head I’m totally berating Seung-woo for falling for the exact same threat that Tae-san fell for, (I mean, how many times is In-hye going to be used as a weapon to control the men who love her? She’s kryptonite for the mens, I swear.) but at the same time I love the parallel. Now Seung-woo has no high horse to sit on, and he should understand better than anyone why Tae-san made the choices he did.

I don’t know if that was the final straw in making him work so hard to clear Tae-san’s name, but it should change his attitude since he now knows firsthand. You do dumb things to protect the people you love, even if it’s really really (really extra) dumb to make deals with murderous gangsters who are known to renege on their deals. I’m still pissed about losing the camera, but I enjoyed the surprise left turn in upright Seung-woo’s path.

I’m wary of the whole father birth secret storyline, because I don’t really think it’s necessary for the show to tell us who Tae-san’s father is. It’s really only crucial to the backstory that he had a deadbeat dad, and I’d rather focus on what kind of father Tae-san becomes to Su-jin. But I do like grumpypants Boss Han, who seems like a prime candidate for Baby Daddy (the worst-case scenario obviously being Boss Moon).

There is a nice cyclical philosophy that Boss Han and Tae-san share, about karma and the lives they’ve led. I appreciate it when people acknowledge their agency and their mistakes, rather than whining about fate dealing them a bad hand. It’s what I’ve always liked about Tae-san—he owns up to his failures. Of course he also goes too far, in thinking he’s trash that’ll never amount to more than trash. But today when he asks if it’s too much to hope that he gets to live at the end of this, it’s the first time he doesn’t say it’s okay if he dies, the first time he might consider his life worth something. Naturally, the moment the hero decides he wants to live, my stomach falls to my feet. This writer don’t mess around, y’all. She’s not afraid to be anyone’s grim reaper.

 
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Yay!!! Thanks for the recap. The episode had me on pins and needles the whole time!!

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great episode. I wish there had been at least one more SooJin-InHye scene to balance it out. Because the episode focussed on TaeSan and everyone else who is not InHye and SooJin, the one SooJin scene seemed out of place.

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Thanks for the recaps!

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Hey, what the hell is Moon doing in the living room?! Sure, we have a no. of scenes that jumped back and forth across time for the narration in this latest installment but Tae San and Jae Kyung's actions are supposed to be synchronised so that he can sneak into the house undetected (however undetected it might be). Moon is supposed to be in custody and Jae Kyung had deliberately sent a gossip news reporter to harass Jo so that she could not get Moon out of custody immediately. So how could it be that their plan went haywire again?! Nooooooo!!! Pleeeease!!!

Wah... wait a minute. Let me do a double take. This must be yet another red herring right? The PD has thrown us so many red herrings, this must be one of it. It has to be! Remember Tae San's gun fired at the end of an earlier episode - we thought he fired at somebody but it turned out that there wasn't even a bullet in the first place. And then there were a no. of sequences where the scenes were cut off and we didn't get to hear what the plan was, only belatedly did we jump onto the bandwagon. So let me venture a guess, could it be Tae San's hyper sensitivity to his fear of being caught that triggers off an imaginary Moon standing in the hallway looking at him (u know, like how imaginary Soo Jin always appears when Tae San is feeling particularly upset or something). I fervently hope this is the case. Keeping my fingers crossed!

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Let's take a bet. I bet that is flashback. Maybe a flashback that Tae San remembering something when he enter the room about Boss Moon say some thing i the past. Just maybe..

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Upss..missing word, I means "something in the past"

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I am thinking along that line also.

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this is plausible! it could really be a flashback.

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I'm wondering if Boss Moon is actually two twins, somehow? Which would suck, because then the evidence would be aaaaaall messed up.

I partly hope it's a flashback, but I feel like that's a really lame cliffhanger, if it doesn't follow through somehow.

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Lol my first thought was twins too, especially since we had that scene when Teacher Kim gave him the camera, he sent him out of the room and called someone in, and we didn't get to see who...

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blind/disabled twin brother?

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I hope not! would be too incredible and overcomplicates the story. Only 4 more episodes to go!!

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true that. I do like a good twist but sometimes overly twisting a thing does leave me bent outta shape

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That's an interesting theory. I'm hoping it's true, because I want him to get what he came for and get out safely. I totally love that they the way they threw Boss Moon in as a twist at the end, though. What a great way to end the last epi of the week! Definitely the right way to leave viewers eager for more.

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When Boss Han told Tae San he was going to help him sneak into the house, the immed first thought that came to my mind was, "Then what's going to happen to the hospital??? (ye know, Good Doctor). LOL!

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First thing I woke up today was to download the episode and watch it immediately over breakfast and on the way to work. My husband peered over my shoulder while driving and asked, why the hell is that kid always in the clean room? I told him the gist of the story and ended saying "that's why TS had to stay alive by running away". My husband's simple resolution? Can the prosecutor put TS's bone marrow in a bottle and pass it to Soo Jin?

LOL!

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I thought actually passed my mind in ep 2 or 3. But then there'd be no bloody drama!

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How come these are all comments to 'thanks for the recaps'?

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Because of the number of one-liner no content posts, the only way to get near the top of the thread is to reply to those?

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Queue-cutting is considered to be 'mauvais ton' in this blog. It's been discussed previously. Please abide by Dramabeans commenting policy:
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A doppelganger?

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I wonder if Congresswoman Jo went ahead and released Boss Moon, despite the reporter. I'd like to see some cracks in her armor!

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Her son is her weakness. I keep wondering when someone will bite at her Achilles' heel, her son. Why Prosecutor G hasn't thought of that yet is beyond me. I guess it will have to be Tae San or one of the corrupt ones that does it... if it's done at all.

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Actually, Jae-Kyung already tried to get at Jo's Achilles' heel. She had a tip that Congresswoman Jo's son was in Chicago, which is why she left on the fateful weekend that Mi-Sook was killed and sent her a message.

So, she has been trying to investigate Jo's son. It just so happens that Congresswoman has already protected that.

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In real life there is no way she could have done that in such a short time, unless I am missing the actual time span involved here - which seems to be only a very few hours. I will go along with the flashback crowd on this one... for now, since it is a k-drama. (in reality K-Cops can hold up to 48 hours or so). Because so many k-dramas seem to ignore day and night for timelines because of tight shooting schedules, it is really hard to say.

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Yeah..I also wish boss han is taesan' s father..

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AHHHHHHH, Seung-woo, how stupid are you? *Pull my hair out of frustration*

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SW is a seasoned officer. Sure, he loves SJ a great deal, and would do anything to keep her alive. BUT, How could he have trusted sb like Moon to keep his word? To leak info to Moon regarding the whereabts of the camera, is to let him completely off the hook, with NO guarantee that Moon will keep up his end of the deal. SW has to be more sophisticated than that. If not, he is just a chimp. I Don't buy it.

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I agree. Can't tell if it's a writing flaw or not.

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I regard it as a writing flaw.

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He did go to the university to check on Tae San so he probably didn't trust Moon too much either.

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Or it is supposed to show us how desperate Seung Woo is? To prepare us for the big end when he'll sacrifice himself for his daughter.

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I like it for the emotional beat Girlfriday pointed out: sometimes you do stupid, desperate things when a gun is pointed at your loved-one's head. Sun-woo had been too high and mighty about Tae-san just being trash so, in a sense, this is his karmic comeuppance.

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While somewhat true about doing stupid things, I think this goes way beyond stupid. The camera contents were the ONLY thing keeping two or three people alive, and he just gave it away.

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Certainly like the connection between TS and Hermit Han. It's too much coincidence, and so unnecessary to the story, if Han turns out to be his dad. It is extra nice if a stranger he refused to kill is helping him. Please keep it that way!

But why is Moon in that living room when TS breaks in? WTF indeed!

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When Tae-San got shot and floated into Han's life--the guy he shoulda killed-- all bets on how these writers would use coincidence were off. Parable mode went on.

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Heh, yup, so true.

I've suspended a lot of disbelief in this show. That was definitely a big one....

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For me it was when he stumbled across an about-to-give birth woman. So when he floated back into Han's life I was like, "and here's the next metaphor." :D

I'm fine with it, though. It's still a very fun ride. Just not sticklers for gritty realism in all things.

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Thanks for the recap.

Like LJK with facial hair:)

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The goatee is a better disguise than the stache for sure. I actually can't recognize him in that screenshot in the room with Boss Han. I think the writer just enjoys dressing up Junki :D

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If they make Moon his father, I'm flying to South Korea

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a thousand likes for you

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LOL!

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I don’t understand..... why didn’t they just film Teacher Park shooting Tae-san??? They knew that he would try to shoot him, why on earth didn’t they think of that? -_- And why on earth was Seung-woo stupid enough to agree to that stupid deal with Boss Moon? Is he an idiot, or just an idiot? Anyone who even has half a brain could tell that Boss Moon wouldn’t follow through with what he said..... This was just one episode proving that our good guys are almost utterly incompetent for most of the episode, except for Tae-san. When the prosecutor girl said “He[teacher kim] must have been prepared to be arrested” Well no DUH. argh it’s just so frustrating when our good guys just act like idiots >.<
And Seung-woo, I will never forgive you for losing that camara!! EVER!

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um yes duh or else he wouldn't blow up his weapon. So JK is right that he is PREPARED in case he got arrested

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I think to film Teacher Kim is impossible, because they really dont know where will be teacher Kim hide and shoot him. So how to filmed if they (police and prosecutor) dont really sure where teacher Kim will hide and shoot Tae San. That's why Tae San offering him self as the bait so they know exactly teacher Kim position from the shoot

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Just throwing my theory out there: Teacher Kim is Boss Han's son, and Boss Moon somehow stole him and raised him as his weapon as part of Moon's 'revenge' against Han. I mean, he already took Han's house and criminal empire. Why not?

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Woah. That would be intense. Then, Moon gets his comeuppance when Teacher Kim learns the truth. Woah.

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Now that you mention that, I kind of want to see a TaeSan-Kim-Han team-up against Moon. Somebody make this happen please.

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I love this theory and I would love to think so too. Come on, they gave the role of Teacher Kim to such a good-looking actor for a reason!!

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And apparently he was the second character/actor to get castes after Lee Jun Ki. So...not so minor a character?

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And, correct me if I'm wrong, but apparently he was the second character/actor to get cast after Lee Jun Ki. So...not so minor a character?

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But if Kim turned against Moon, that would be awesome. Also Kim always seems vaguely unsatisfied when Moon orders him to do something, so maybe he would rebel and help Tae-san.

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I also have a feeling that killer Kim is boss Han's son. Thinking of kim's knife with pen cap and Han's pen without cap.

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Han has a pen without cap? I missed that.

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Yes, everytime Han gets out a pen to write stuff down for Tae-San, the camera zooms in on the HUGE hot pink cap that's clearly a mismatch for the fountain pen he uncaps. The way the camera keeps zoomin in on Han's fountain pen and Kim's pen knife each time the two of them uses their respective tools makes me think there's supposed to be something important about these details.

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Nice catch.

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Whoa, and it would match with the fact that Jae Kyung didn't find a knife on Kim, just the cap :O you just blew my mind

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Ooh -- interesting! That would make for a cool birth-secret.

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Wow! There's a thought! Gotta think about that. It's possible. I was thinking Teacher Kim is the son of a relative of Boss Moon, but now...wow...yes....anything's possible.

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I think that teacher Kim is the son of Moon's twin...thats why Moon carefully keeps him away from anyone's radar, bcoz his twin is going to be his last weapon if anything goes wrong...taking the blame for the murderer and everything else. I remember he told TS that he is the kind of person who steal his sibling's food without hesitation?

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Nice! i like this theory.

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Hmm, ok let's see. Moon is a vengeful person so he took over Han's business and his house, and now he's also took over Han's son just to spite Han? Does that sound logical? Han has already lost everything to Moon, I think it might be possible that Moon took over Han's son but to also treat Han's son like his own (he sure does express some real affection for him) and then let Teacher Kim be his business partner is going too far. That's like letting Han's son take over the business empire that Moon painstakingly built up and it just doesn't fit his vengeful nature.

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You may be right, that Moon's inherent petty vengefulness makes it unlikely that he would hand off his empire to his rival's son, making my theory unlikely. However, if my theory is true, the kidnapping would have occurred at an early enough age for Kim where he grows up believing that Moon is his real father. If Moon has been raising Kim for that long, he may have started developing some affection for Kim despite originally planning to use him only as a weapon, a la
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@Djumba, u have a point about Han's pen now that u mentioned it. But wouldn't that be one coincidence too many, as in everyone is somehow related to someone? There was something I couldn't understand though and that was, Tae San said something about Moon's son returning from Canada when he said he's going to break into the house? Or at least that's what the subtitles said, unless they are way off. This is certainly not referring to Teacher Kim. So if Moon has a son by birth, why does he need another surrogate son? To train him as an assassin? And then if Teacher Kim was indeed carried off by Moon when he was so young that he could hardly remember his real father, then why would he be even carrying a pen (or pen cap) that's supposedly belong (or similar to) his real dad's? And that's provided Moon will even allow him to possess any memories of his real father by way of a keepsake.

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Good point, that's where I'm not sure how my theory holds either. I think the pen and pen cap is more a visual device for the audience to hint at a possible relation between Kim and Han, rather than the pen cap being the original cap/counterpart to the pen.

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Remember when Moon talked about how impossible it would be for someone to love a child he had not raised (thus he believed Tae-San would not love Soo-jin)? I wonder if in his mind, Teacher Kim is more his son because he "raised" him while his son from Canada is not his son because he had not "raised" him.

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First off, I need to mention that "logic" has little or nothing to do with k-dramas :D

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Yikes! If its true that is some intense revenge.

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Old Boy comes to mind in terms of sick revenge.

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But Han told Tae San that he had no enthusiasm for revenge since he he didn't have a family and considered it his karma for having lived a despicable life much like the life Moon is living. Perhaps he did have a child, but threw it away like Tae San's dad did, or like Tae San did, and perhaps for the same reason, protection.
What I'd like to see is the Congresswoman looking at her monitor and seeing someone threatening, or something telling, in the room HER son, so she can experience some of that fear she so readily dishes out to others.

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"in the room with HER son"

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I personally thought this is the weakest episode of TW so far. So many questionable acts... Like in the beginning when Seung-woo runs after Tae-san who's laying on the ground pretending to be dead. Didn't Jae-kyung tell him the whole plan beforehand? I thought that after the last events, the two of them have finally reached mutual understanding and trust to work together. And then Terminator Kim's background... Shouldn't they check it first with the French embassy to clarify his nationality, or immigration office to make sure when did this guy come to the country, or perhaps ask him on the spot to speak French, or have him tailed to check whether he really is a student, where he lives, whom he meets, etc... There are just so many options and I don't buy it if the prosecutors just let him go like that as if there are none.

And well, it's finally back again to that d*rn camera.. I guess in this drama universe, it really is the one and only lifeline for both Tae-san and Soo-jinnie, right? *sigh*

Still, I'll just take everything for granted. TW may not perfect, but it's still exciting and it works because I care so much for the characters, especially Tae-san and his daughter.

(Anw, does anyone notice that Boss Han's apartment is the same as Tae-san's apartment in Busan? :p )

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I totally understand the frustration because I'm feeling the same. I was flabbergasted when SW rushed after Tae San. At first I thought it was part of the act but wtf, he really didn't know that TS was playing dead? Jae Kyung may be methodical but she really needs to learn how to communicate better. And I also agree that the prosecutor office should have done something to trail Teacher Kim since they already know the bad guys are trailing Jae Kyung, so why not do something similar right? Shortage of manpower does not cut it for me!

I actually thought it's good that the camera is out of the picture because it means that any effort from hence on would centre on clearing Tae San's name of murder (along Tae San's line of reasoning, i.e. how revealing the cause for the murder may track back to the links between Moon and Jo) because the reverse way is a roundabout means of clearing TS's name. I really hate it that this new plan to catch Teacher Kim in action got hijacked so quickly that we are back to camera hunting again. You know how it is with drama, plant some very obvious gaps or illogical moves (keep a copy of the video) so that there's an alternative for our good guys to move ahead. Do we really need this?

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I just hope TS is in the house with the good twin. You know, the one who kept him by his side after his release from prison. Leads me to think that the evil twin killed off the love interest of the good twin and it may not be the first time...

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I think Seung Woo checked on Tae-San because he was surprised that Boss Moon had sent someone to kill Tae-San and had reneged on the bargain.

I just wondered why Tae-San ran away. He kept saying he didn't want SW to cuff him so maybe it was fear and shame. He was suffering with shame throughout the whole episode and is only feeling like a worthy person when he's with prosecutor.

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Didn't they say the French Embassy was calling constantly regarding Teacher Kim? I think the reason they didn't show them checking his background is because his background checked out. (I strongly suspect that, if asked, Teacher Kim would have spoken perfect French -- per the drama reaction, anyway.)

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He's probably formally trained as an international spy, haha.

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Writer lady, if you kill off any of our main family, WE WILL HAVE WORDS. I love Jae-kyung and Im Seung-woo, but I would totally throw them to the wolves so that In-hye, Tae-san, and Su-jin can have their happily ever after.

But honestly- is that really necessary? It's not like we haven't had enough sadness and strife with the backstory of, like, every single person in this drama. Let Im Seung-woo babysit! And Jae-kyung, when she's not off with a new special lady friend (I know they'd never confirm it but LET ME DREAM).

Also WHAT THE FUCK UNEXPECTED BOSS MOON JERKFACE. Does he seriously have a double, or is this some kind of time-skip? Maybe he's twins? But then, how will anyone prove his guilt? GAAAAAH.

Also, if the chief detective is the mole and he mysteriously loses all of the evidence that Tae-san was framed, someone will notice, right? That's a pretty obvious thing, right?

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yay, someone else who thinks Boss Moon has a twin! I'm thinking twin who is disabled and blind and who is really Han's son. Not likely but i so do not want Boss Moon home. Or why didn't the prosecutor text Tae-San to tell him Boss Moon had been released?

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maybe it's just a life-sized portrait of Moon that he saw.

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The prosecutors confirmed, that one of the cops is a mole. Why are they not acting on this knowledge, but let him do his deeds? That's a huge gap.

Boss Moon's stupid sidekick with the weird voice talked to someone on the phone right after Moon got arrested. This would be the 'twin', wouldn't it? Or are they trying to sell us someone who was changed via ps to resemble the Boss? A doppelganger like Saddam used. BUT the arrested Moon was the one in charge during the talks.

It's a weird cliffhanger. Funny, how MS and TW did some weird stuff at the end of this week. But still I am more angry with MS about the last utterly stupid ep and how they handled the kid ghost.

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They did..the person who talked on the phone with Moon's guy is the kole..I believe...he let him know that moon was arrested..

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*mole*

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Seriously,., there is something in my eye that just wont come out..

i wonder how the actors are able to perform at all the heart pumping scenes with jumping out their skins themselves. that said I really hate this drama for putting out crawling ending scenes that gives the goosebumps for the whole week to pass..

Sueng Woo as the spy is a surprise. Let see if he can grow a spine and out smart Boos Man..
Prayers for Tae san's survival.. still at a go,.

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I don't believe that's actually Moon standing there. He couldn't have been released and return home already. It is probably TS's momentary imagination as he enters the Lion's den.

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Thank you for the recap. Am too chicken to watch this drama but look forward to reading what happens each week.

It's stressful as is it reading it, I wouldn't be able to take it if someone I like actually dies.

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I wanna know what conversation Seungwoo and Taesan had after the stint!!!! There's bound to be some explanation for us waiting next episode in that scene.

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Unless that's actually Teacher Kim wearing a mask. Yknow like how Boss Moon had told him to lie low? All of Boss Moon's minions would have gone to the station with him but NOT Teacher Kim! That means Teacher Kim must still have been in the house! And so he was stationed there to look like Boss Moon perhaps. Either way, there's someone there and Tae San's break-in will be interrupted!! I really hope that Boss Han won't get killed in the possible ensuing tussle :/

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I was actually expecting to see Teacher Kim when Tae San suddenly turned, rather than possible twin/imaginary Moon

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same name! ;D I was totally expecting Teacher Kim to be in that house as well. I wonder where he is at this moment since Teacher Kim is clearly not going to the station. But looking like Boss Moon (however real) is a bit of a stretch, even if he is the professional Jae-kyung says he is.

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I don't know what to say. This episode is full of surprises, more bad than good though for our hero.

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SW's character is receiving a lot of beating here. After acting as a minor mole we see him running after TS like a fool. I think the writer had a little mental block with this episode. Really I was so frustrated but not with the actors portrayals but with the story itself.

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Yup, there were several things in this episode that simply made no sense. I thought I had missed something, so watched parts of it again - and it still made no sense. It is almost like something important got edited out of the final cut, or the writer had a brain explosion.. or something..

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Yeah tell me about it, I feel a sense of de ja vu- with 49 Days the heroine fought all series long just to stay alive too, though the resolution made sense for me. With this show though, he's fighting to stay alive for the sake of his daughter, although his trajectory goes more like 'i don't care about my life too much after we save soo jin' to 'i want to survive', so i don't expect it going in the same direction as 49 days too much.

Doppelganger Moon!

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Oh, the girl in 49 Ds wanted to survive aplenty too. Not that it did her any damned good at the end, u know.

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If this writer pulls a 49 Days on us, I am going to WRITE SOME REALLY ANGRY LETTERS. That I will somehow translate into Korean.

I understood what she was trying to say with 49 Days, but "surprise death when you thought the person was in the clear to teach a ham-handed lesson" is one of my least favorite drama tropes. With a drama like Two Weeks, I think you need the happy ending. I mean, with the other one she wasn't in IMMEDIATE DANGER every second like this one. The man should get some happiness.

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Great, thanks!

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What??? Trust the writer to give us unexpected twists. It's dejavu all over again. I'm already prepared for TS to die a heroic death...so don't keep planting hopes in the dude (and my) heart. Yeah..I've prepared mentally so that any unexpected leniency is a hell of a good news. Hey it's my coping mechanism.

I'm ok with SW decision because when u love someone so much u r bound to make stupid decisions. But just hoping he won't fall deeper into that quicksand of bad decisions. Moon is so damn good in manipulating people's emotions. Argggg.

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Thanks for the recap!!

Did anyone sterilized the gifts from Boss Moon before it went into SJ's clean room?

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Yes. SW was upset abt them. The nurse said, They were all sterilized, so what is the prob;em?

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Thank u - watched episode when it was only partially subbed and was so surprised to see all those gifts n candies in SJ's CLEAN room!

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She said that, but that just made it stupider.

She had all kinds of yummy treats and such, and there is no way to sterilize those and still have them edible. If that is supposed to be a sterile environment, they must have much weaker germs in Korea than the rest of the world.

In a true sterile room there is just no way they will allow a bunch of outside crap like that in. At that stage of the bone marrow transplant, the girl would have just about ZERO immunity to anything, even a mild cold.

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I agree about how cringeworthy they made the nursing profession look re a sterile environment for a patient needing one. It goes along with the idiot cop placed outside her room who allowed the gifts in.

What really takes me aback is the only character aware of how dangerous this is for SJ's health is SW; not the medical staff or more importantly her mom. Now that the writer has put villain inside her room, this better not be a fake out....

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If herbal healer ahjussi Han turns out to be Tae-San's dad, then either we have some wonderful family reunion coming up at the end or Grand-dad will have to supply the bone marrow and Tae-San will die. Not happy with that.

I like the Tae-San Seung Woo parallel as well. Because it not only challenges Seung Woo but it challenges the viewer as well. If Seung Woo, our righteous stand-in, can do the stupid loser thing, then we have no right to judge Tae-San or to think we would do differently if we were in Tae-San's shoe. In ths world, we are all weak and we all do what we can to protect our family. It reminds me of my friend a lawyer, the only person in state history to ever lose his license over a DUI..and why? Because he wouldn't speak against his client --a Russian mafia member-- to the prosecutors. The prosecutors took revenge on him and made him lose his livelihood and his license over a few traffic tickets. But in the same position --without even the issue of lawyer/client privilege-- we would all choose to rotect our family.

Are we sure that's Boss Moon? He was standing in his house in the dark without a minion nearby. If it's not a set-up where he is helped by a mole or the Congresswoman, is it possible that it's a twin disabled/blind brother? Yep, i'm reaching but i just don't know how Boss Moon would be home.

Thanks for the recap.

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PS..apropos of nothing, I've gotta say that I looooooooove it that Tae-San's a visual artist. The last artist I saw in a drama was the king in Faith. It's such a good skill and it comes in handy....plus the whole artistic wounded soul thing. He and Soo-jin share that talent and it just makes me get all warm inside.

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OMG!!!!!!! Does he have a twin? Or did he have someone undergoe plastic surgery to look like him so that they take the fall. I honestly, didn't see that coming and I kinda expected to see Teacher Kim there instead. Or was he released earlier and JK couldnt get in touch with him. So many questions.

I also didn't expect Detective Im to be one of the moles since he seemed like a black and white guy. Nice to see he has some grayness to his character.

Its nice to see Mr. Ahjussi back and totally team Taesan.

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Something that I thought was peculiar and the PD actually deliberately scripted that in, wondering if we will know by next episode or if anyone dares hazard a guess, is that when Han and Tae San were pouring over TS's handdrawn layout of Moon's house, Han mused that he is surprised to find the house hasn't changed so much despite Moon wanting to become as powerful or better than him. Wonder what that could mean. I don't suppose Moon is a very sentimental man, is he (well, at least he's sentimental to those he loves AND obeys his wishes)?

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I'm wondering what is in Moon's basement. I know it isn't Congresswoman Jo's son but something IS down there probably. Or else why the fake fireplace? Some hidden secret?

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All his ill-gotten gains, secrets of ppl he can blackmail, records that can't see the light of day, weapons, drug, you know, good stuff like that.

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no flesh and blood human? Ah gee. Well, the good inanimate stuff will have to do.

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Not too sure there isn't flesh and blood either, if you are right about that blind and mute twin brother. Hee.

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Sentimental my foot! Even w those who r loyal to him! They r just tools to be used.
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He is pretty sick, but i wonder....if the theme is about family love and redemption...well, i'm wondering. Is it possible that Boss Moon will be the ultimate symbol of non-sacrificial parental love? Would he sacrifice his son (Canadian son whom he hasn't raised or Kim, "son" he kinda raised) to jail to save his own butt? Or would he -- redemption arc-- give up his life for his son?

I'm thinking Congresswoman or Boss are gonna be the foils for the theme..and a part of me thinks that when Teacher Kim dies, Boss Moon (sick bastard though he be) is gonna go ballistic with grief. I don't think he could handle it.

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Ack!!! How can boss moon be there?? Master's Sun and Two Weeks are both killing me with their Thursday cliffhangers!!! I keep getting the feeling Boss Han is gonna die soon, so he can head to the GD set.

Please let Boss Moon be his imagination or something!! I am really quite sick of this digital camera chase! I suppose that's the main crux of the evidence....

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Agreed, this was a heartrending week of cliff hangers. Both MS and TW have us saying: it's a trick, there is this explanation, there is that explanation, this isn't real, right?

I don't know if my heart will make it to next week. (Who Are You 's ending isn't helping matters)

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I believe Moon's dumb minion will be crucial in bringing him down. The one whose knife Moon used to kill Mi Sook. TS succeeded in planting the seed of fear in his mind that Moon will make him take the fall for the murder. Unlike TS, he'll fight back and finger Moon as the murderer.

The other major task is to tie Jo w Moon for everything else.

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I swear that PDs across production companies conspire to make all their dramas go into hyper-anxiety mode on the same week.

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LOL!!! True that! I was pondering drama all night.

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On a completely shallow note: that intense glare Junki is giving in the first screencap is totally hawt.

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Thanks for the recap! I'm sad this drama doesn't get that much love and isn't too popular, which actually makes me even more grateful that you've stuck with it, gf. I think it's really a great drama, although admittedly slow for this episode. Hey, one slower episode among 12 isn't the end of the world when all the others moved at a breakneck pace.

Anyways, I think I'll be really frustrated if these various twin/flashback/delusion theories about Moon at the end are true. It would just feel like an awkward cop-out to me. Although it's definitely a bit WTF that he already got there (and changed his clothes, too...), so there's definitely a chance it isn't him in the flesh.

I was kind of disappointed we were back to the camera this episode, because moving away from it seemed to change the dynamic of the show in some ways, in my opinion for the better.

Also loving the Tae-san, Seung-woo parallel that was brought to light! Even if it's upsetting to see these characters we really love get manipulated and degraded by Moon. :/

Looking forward to next week!

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I'm wondering if Tae-San is really in Boss Moon's house. Just because he saw Teacher Kim leaving it doesn't mean it's still Boss Moon's house. Boss Moon might have left it to someone else (Teacher Kim's real dad, the twin might live there.!)

Yeah, i know. I'm going off the deep end but anything is possible. Tae-San could've made an error. I just hope Herbal healer Ahjussi didn't trick Tae-San. Anything is possible now that Seung Woo messed up.

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@Carole, dear, Come back! Fr the deep end, I mean. :P
You r cracking (me) up.
TS had been to Moon's house. So that IS his house.

Watch or do sth else in the mean time. Anything to take your mind off these dramas that have your rapt attn.
I'm pouring over my French books. To reconnect w reality. Kinda.

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hee hee hee. Okay, in the shallow end again. But a girl has to do something with her wild surmisings....and where else but with other surmisers? I'll be like this for another 4 days

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Carole, so true. It is really something that we have this community to raise our wild thoughts or just any thoughts that come with kdrama's favourite trope of cliffhangers. and KDaddict's reminder got me cracking as well.

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Y i love this show i will nvr ever evr knw

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Oh, snap! There are two Moons!?

If so, does Congresswoman Jo know about it?

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for all we know, the digital camera may not be the only way to solve their problems. it is just like 49 days where we were constantly drilled with the need for the three tears...

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I admit TS and JK are two smart people especially in this episode but wtf just happened at the end?? it's killing me plus no preview for the next episode ><

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Thanks for the recap, Girlfriday! :D

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No day crossed off the calendar?

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There was! If i remember correctly.
4 days left

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Wow, I really don't know what to think about this theory of good vs evil twin. It's like watching the movie The Prestige all over again. Ye know, the character of Christian Bale who actually has a twin brother and the two of them lived the life of one single person to make the magic believable. It totally blew my mind when I watched it because I just can't believe anyone would do that in real life!! This is K-drama I know, but wouldn't the PD lose a LOT of credibility if suddenly ANYTHING can happen? Cows can fly too! When he killed Mi Sook out of rage he should have already used his twin to good measure, make sure he's seen by a lot of people and in a LOT of CCTV footage at some meetings, in the office on the street, whatever. For someone who was so prolific at erasing his CCTV evidence when he captured Tae San, why didn't he think of doing this at a more important point in time i.e. when he killed Mi Sook? Poor writing or what?

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woah i'm hooked on this drama, one of da best action dramas i've seen since Iris! LJK rocks! i luv the emotional scenes with in hye, tae san & their daughter, it made me cry! i can't wait to watch this episode so i wldnt wanna read the recap yet till i've watched it myself! luv it luv it to da max! 2 thumbs up wayyyyyyyyyyy up!

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i'm still on episode 11 & i like the way prosecutor is on his side - she realized it's not tae san who's the murder suspect but those two evil people in this drama! i can't wait to continue after work!

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Every time the Brainy Minion showed up, I would recognize him but couldn't quite point out who he is.

Just realized it today, while watching this episode who he is. He's PARK JOO HYUNG- KIMURA KENJI from GAKSITAL. Yeah, the older bro of SHUNJI. Looks different and smarter in this show.

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