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Two Weeks: Episode 15

It’s D-1, and you know what that means: things are going to get worse before they get better. Still, in the scheme of the last two weeks, you could call it a good day for our hero, who finally turns the tables on the baddies by fanning the flames of betrayal. Turns out when you’re up against nefarious evildoers, convincing them they can’t trust each other isn’t very hard to do.

 
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EPISODE 15 RECAP

Tae-san makes his deal with Congresswoman Jo—he keeps her secret riches a secret, and she agrees not to interfere when he brings Boss Moon down for murder. They shake on it at his request, and Jae-kyung snaps the money shot from the rooftop across the way.

They watch her leave immediately to go meet Boss Moon, and Jae-kyung asks how he knew she’d take the bait. Tae-san says that people are all the same, and those who think they’re above everyone else act accordingly. I guess you could call it his area of expertise now—being trampled on more times than you’d think possible.

A flashback to last night reveals the plan in more detail, as Tae-san comes up with the idea to make it look like they’re investigating Halfwit, Boss Moon’s right-hand man, as the killer. They know he was at the scene of the crime and the knife was his, and though he won’t betray his boss easily, if they push hard enough and show him that Boss Moon turned his back on him first, he might confess the truth.

Tae-san also comes up with the idea to make a Digital Camera 2.0, which is a much better plan than banging your head against the wall for losing the first camera. His plan is to get his meeting with Congresswoman Jo on film, because she can’t explain away the fact that she met a fugitive and let him go without reporting him. Jae-kyung gapes at him, wondering how a guy so smart lived his life that way. You and me both, sister.

Congresswoman Jo meets with Boss Moon and tells him what Tae-san threatened to do. He’s up in arms about the little punk daring to try and make deals on their level, but she’s more practical about saving her hide. She can’t continue with the auction this way, and tells him they’ll cancel it.

But she smiles to herself on her way out, clearly planning to cut him out of the loop and continue without him.

Tae-san waits for his moment and just walks right up to Boss Moon. He even dares him to call and report him, knowing he’s too scared to do it. He purposely needles Boss Moon’s wavering trust in Congresswoman Jo and Halfwit, wondering how loyal they’d really be when it came to their own survival.

I love that he gets to make his point and saunter away, leaving Boss Moon stewing in his doubt. Oh how the tables have turned.

Halfwit drinks, trying to convince himself that his boss would never betray him. Tae-san’s words sound eerily true though, and he ought to know, having taken the fall for the boss twice over. Halfwit searches for the pawnshop maknae Seok-doo, who’s gone into hiding ever since Tae-san’s last visit that spooked him. But Boss Moon gets to him first.

Meanwhile Seung-woo leads the investigation based on security footage from the hospital, and tracks down the girl who delivered the drugged drinks. She works at Halfwit’s club, and he gets the confession he’s looking for: Halfwit drugged the drinks and ordered her to deliver them.

Halfwit is wound up so tight when he meets the boss that he can barely make eye contact. But Boss Moon surprises him by being nice—too nice, not that Halfwit would know the difference—and offering up Seok-doo as the sacrificial lamb. The police have found the holster that fits the knife, so they’ll have to say he gave it to Seok-doo as a present.

Halfwit rushes out to meet Seok-doo, back to his usual blustering self. But as he pulls out of the parking garage, Tae-san suddenly pops up in his backseat. AAAAH. I know you’re the good guy, but that was creepy.

He’s sooo laid-back about it, like he just popped by for a visit, and asks Halfwit the million-dollar question: If he goes to see Seok-doo right now, will he find Seok-doo, or the police? Tae-san does a hilarious imitation of Boss Moon’s voice, reenacting the conversation that likely took place: call the police and set up Halfwit, otherwise Seok-doo takes the fall in his place.

Tae-san’s got him on the hook, and he starts to go down the list of all the crimes he’d be convicted for, from murder to evidence tampering, to kidnapping, and kidnapping again… all told, at least thirty years in prison, on the low end.

He says they already have the girl who passed out the drugged drinks, scoffing that he should’ve used a girl he wouldn’t recognize: “Do you know how long I lived in that neighborhood? While you were kidnapping my Su-jinnie, you bastard… even if you’d used a girl whose face I didn’t know, I would have chased her to the ends of the earth and killed you. Did you really think I’d leave you alone, you son of a bitch?”

He sits back as Halfwit drives to meet Seok-doo to find out for himself. They park a block away and Halfwit calls to change the location at the last minute, and watch as Seok-doo calls the detectives out of hiding. Tae-san smirks and tells Halfwit to call when he’s ready.

Jae-kyung is reluctant to face her boss after his betrayal during Boss Moon’s interrogation. She slides over her notice that she’s quitting, but asks for two days to make sure that Su-jin gets her surgery and that Tae-san clears his name.

She refuses to listen to the chief prosecutor’s excuses for why he caved to Congresswoman Jo’s power play to get Boss Moon released, making her disappointment clear: she trusted him, and that was her mistake. He doesn’t deny it, and agrees to help her finish the case and put Moon Il-seok away for good.

Tae-san calls with news that Halfwit took the bait, and tells Jae-kyung to make sure they catch him. Meanwhile Halfwit goes to his club and opens up a safe, where he still has Boss Moon’s bloody shirt from the day of Mi-sook’s murder. Nice. It’s even monogrammed.

Tae-san looks up at the hospital with a hopeful smile on his face, and texts In-hye to ask how Su-jin is doing. It perks her right up to hear that Dad is asking about her, and she takes the phone to reply herself, when another text comes from Seung-woo asking the very same thing.

It weighs on her, and she flashes back to that father-daughter picnic that Seung-woo took her to. During the Daddy and Me portrait session, she ponders what to draw, and then shows Seung-woo the final product: her, standing between Dad on one side, and Seung-woo on the other. Aw.

He’s shocked and grateful that she included him in the drawing, and she says it’s because he was there for everything, like her first day of kindergarten. She uses his words—that he’s been her bodyguard in place of her dad.

He’s moved, and calls it more thrilling than when he proposed to In-hye, and Su-jin says that can’t be true because she knows how much he likes Mom. He explains that when you love someone you love what they love, and In-hye loves Su-jin most in this world. She agrees on that score.

But then she adds: “Not me. I like you because you’re good to me, not because Mom likes you.” Ohmygod, she’s so cute.

Back in the present, she lets out this hilariously adult sigh, like she’s got the weight of the world on her shoulders. Mom wonders what she could have to sigh about, and Su-jin asks if the Sun, the Mountain, and the Moon can’t all be together: “They can’t, right?”

In-hye doesn’t think much of her running metaphor, and says that the sun and the moon can’t really be together since they’re night and day. Su-jin prods that the mountain needs the sun, in order for the trees to grow. “Right?”

In-hye pauses, realizing they’re not talking about mountains and suns anymore. She sees Su-jin’s drawing, labeled “Big Mountain,” the way she had explained Tae-san’s name, and it dawns on her what she’s been talking about this whole time.

Su-jin: “Because I just like Daddy. I like Ajusshi too… but Dad is Dad…” She looks so torn up about saying it out loud, like it makes her a terrible person.

A moment later, we watch as Seung-woo and Tae-san both get the exact same text from Su-jin, saying that she’s doing okay. It’s extra heartbreaking that they react the same way to hear from her.

Tae-san’s actually inside the hospital by the time he gets the message, and when he turns the corner, he and Seung-woo cross paths. My heart still lurches, even though I should know by now he’s not going to get arrested. They sit down for an awkward chat, and Seung-woo reminds Tae-san that he’ll still have to come in after Su-jin’s surgery to be questioned about everything that happened.

Seung-woo says he won’t be the one to question him though, because he’ll have his own crimes to answer for. He apologizes and admits that he’s the one who turned the camera over to Boss Moon.

Tae-san surprises him by saying he already knows—not from In-hye, but he guessed it that day Seung-woo chased him into the warehouse and apologized. So vaguely? That’s… quite the leap. Whatever, we’ll go with it. Seung-woo asks why he didn’t tell In-hye, and Tae-san says it wouldn’t have changed anything: “It would only hurt her to know.”

They’re interrupted when Seung-woo gets a call from Halfwit, saying that he left Boss Moon’s bloody shirt at the police station. He refuses to turn himself in to testify until after the boss is arrested, otherwise someone would be sent to kill him in jail. Yeah, we know what that’s like.

Seung-woo tells Tae-san that they’ve got the evidence, and congratulates him on a job well done. Tae-san breaks into happy tears to realize he’s finally in the clear. This only makes me more nervous, because it’s way too early for this to be the case.

Jae-kyung opens up the box to find the bloody shirt inside, along with the name of Boss Moon’s tailor who custom-makes his shirts. Even better.

In-hye looks at Su-jin’s drawing of Big Mountain and Sun, and thinks back to her story about Mountain pretending not to love Sun to push it away, even though it loved Sun dearly. She’s floored to realize how much of her own story Su-jin understands.

Tae-san calls with the good news that his name will be cleared, and In-hye rushes down to meet him, which Su-jin notes while she pretends to sleep. In-hye beams and congratulates him for clearing his name. She promises to tell Su-jin that her dad has taken care of all the baddies, and then they just stand there smiling at each other awkwardly. It’s cute, but I also want to scream at them to hug.

We cut to Teacher Kim poring over blueprints somewhere. Augh, I almost forgot about you. I knew it was too early to claim victory. Boss Han’s request to keep the cell phone charged niggles at him, so he turns it on to find a dozen missed calls and texts.

Among them is a picture of Boss Han holding his son as a child. The message says that he didn’t give him that pen to use as a murder weapon.

Boss Han tries calling again, but the phone is turned off. Tae-san returns and finds ajusshi still waiting, and asks why he doesn’t just go ask Boss Moon himself. Tae-san can’t imagine letting Boss Moon live if he had done that to his son, but Boss Han points out he was in the same position when he kidnapped Su-jin, but Tae-san didn’t kill him either.

Boss Han: “You were angry, but you didn’t want her to be the daughter of a murderer, so you held back. That’s what a father is.” Tae-san thinks on that a moment, and realizes that perhaps that was the case with his own father—maybe he didn’t hate him, but had a story he couldn’t tell.

Boss Moon calls Seok-doo to find out what happened with their plan to turn Halfwit over to the police, but his suspicions flare when he hears the meeting was postponed. Seung-woo and Jae-kyung pull up outside his house and bust in, guns drawn… but Boss Moon is already gone. Damn, I knew it seemed too easy.

Jae-kyung finds the secret passageway hidden behind the fireplace, but they find his storeroom cleared out in a big hurry. He drives away with his emergency money bag and calls his brainy minion, who tells him about Halfwit and the bloody shirt. Boss Moon only now puts together the pieces and realizes this is what Tae-san was after.

Tae-san freaks out to hear they lost him, and goes to the hospital to make sure Boss Moon didn’t go there. No, he chose to go to Congresswoman Jo’s house, to make sure that the auction would go as planned, and that he’d get his payday before fleeing the country.

Boss Moon relocates to a hideout with Brainy and Teacher Kim, and decides he can’t just leave the country like this. He won’t let Jang Tae-san be the one who took him down, and vows to get revenge before he’s able to step foot inside that operating room to save his daughter.

Tae-san can sense Boss Moon’s vengeance boiling over, and as he paces in the hospital corridor, he thinks back to Boss Han’s words, that that’s the kind of bastard Moon Il-seok is: he’ll pay you back hundred-fold what you did to him. I have to admit that this motivation is far scarier than money, since he’s likely to act irrationally now that he has nothing to lose.

The cop who’s on Su-jin duty watches him curiously. Augh, you’re the mole, aren’t you? Af%#&*$^%. We don’t have time for you to meddle right now!

Tae-san asks Su-jin’s doctor if they can speed up the surgery by a day, and we don’t hear her answer. Jae-kyung comes to see him and says they’ll surround the hospital with guards, but Tae-san says it’s not enough. Boss Moon will stop at nothing, even giving up his own life to get revenge. This much he knows.

Jae-kyung asks if that’s why he asked to move the surgery up, and he says he needs her help. Wait, so can they do the surgery early? That doesn’t seem right. Though I suppose by now it’s only a matter of hours, not days.

Jae-kyung has her team release the photo of Tae-san and Congresswoman Jo. The story breaks and Congresswoman Jo simply says that an investigation will show that the photograph is a fake.

Tae-san meets with In-hye in the hospital and apologizes for having to move the surgery around, and promises that no matter what, he’ll make sure Su-jin lives. She tells him to stop talking that way, and assures him that they’ll all be okay in the end. Erm, stop saying that out loud. You’ll jinx it!

And a few feet away, the cop eavesdrops on their conversation and calls Brainy. You ARE the freaking mole. He asks to speak to Boss Moon directly and demands a billion won in exchange for the information, which has to do with Tae-san’s surgery.

Boss Moon is so far gone that he orders his minions to hand over the money if it means he can get Tae-san before he goes. So Brainy pays off the cop to learn that the surgery is going down tonight at 10 p.m., and proceeds to bribe more hospital security staff to look the other way when it comes time.

The baddies find out that there are two possible operating rooms where Tae-san will be, based on the hospital’s schedule. Boss Moon says he’ll take one while Teacher Kim takes the other, intent on killing Tae-san with his own hands.

The doctor explains the marrow transplant procedure to Tae-san, and the part that worries me most is the post-op… when he’s asleep and defenseless. There will be many cops, right? Many cops with many guns?

In-hye sees him off with a sweet smile, calling him “Su-jin’s dad,” and then he takes a deep breath on the operating table as the procedure begins…

Boss Moon and Teacher Kim get ready to leave, when Teacher Kim asks hesitantly, “Father, who am I?” He asks if Father knew who he was from the start, instead of finding him by chance.

But one swift warning from Boss Moon shuts down his question, and he apologizes for asking. Man, I actually feel sorry for the killer.

Seung-woo and his team spread out and each take a post. Wait, there are more cops than you, right? What the hell? Are you the only five cops in all the land?

Boss Moon and Teacher Kim get in posing as delivery men, and with Mole’s help, Boss Moon sneaks into Tae-san’s room while the doctor steps out.

As Su-jin crosses off another day on her calendar, Boss Moon enters the darkened room. Eep, why is Tae-san’s face covered, like a corpse?

He inches forward, knife drawn… D-1.

 
COMMENTS

I have the suspicion that Tae-san lured Boss Moon here, but offering yourself up as bait at this point in the game is pretty ballsy. Either he figures once his marrow is taken it doesn’t matter if he lives or dies (I don’t like this option at all, thank you), or the whole thing is a trap, though if that’s the case I don’t see why you wouldn’t just line the place with cops and catch Moon when he enters the building. Is the SWAT team booked for a previous engagement? Could you not even get a few traffic cops to stand guard?

I was frankly nervous we’d have even bigger setbacks, say losing more evidence or Team Baddie straight-up kidnapping Tae-san in the eleventh hour, but Boss Moon being blinded by vengeance actually simplifies things. We get a clear source of danger, while the investigation doesn’t get derailed. I’m a little disappointed in that it’s obvious (there are no surprises plotwise if he’s just kill, kill, kill) but I do find the villain more threatening now that his motivation is terrifying irrational blood vengeance. I like that it’s a firmly grounded motivation, since we’ve seen him turn ugly from the start. This is a man who always does the thing that gets him ahead, except when he’s so ragey that it’s kill first, think later. Before Tae-san was an annoying loose end; now Boss Moon would rather die getting his revenge than let Tae-san walk free.

It’s been a nice progression for Tae-san to become the thinker leading the good guys, and it’s extra salt in the wound that he’s gaining the upper hand by using the gangsters’ own practices against them, knowing what a distrustful, backstabby lot they are. He’s experienced it all firsthand, and now he actually gets to use that knowledge to his advantage, which is nicely circular and karmically satisfying. He hardly needs to do anything except pit their own suspicious natures against each other, and sit back and watch them tear each other apart. It’s still a mystery how they’ll get Congresswoman Jo, but I feel like the gangsters are all but done for.

They’re really wringing my heart with the My Two Dads thing, and I enjoy that the brunt of the emotional conflict is actually on Su-jin who loves both dads, not on In-hye. It works because that’s always been the emotional center of the show above the romance, and it really got to me when that little kid was torn up about Seung-woo as a surrogate father—she liked him on her own, and she understood what it meant that he was there for her when her dad wasn’t, but she can’t deny wanting Dad. And then of course that whole conflict is mirrored in the sad version with Teacher Kim and his two gangster fathers, whose feud ended in what has to be the sickest revenge ever. It hasn’t been explained, but if Teacher Kim is indeed Boss Han’s son, that means Boss Moon kidnapped him, became his surrogate father, and brainwashed him into a killer. That’s some dedication to revenge. I actually feel sorry for the sad assassin boy, who became a killer just because he wanted his surrogate father’s love. What the hell.

I’m just going to do my happy ending rain dance of Please Don’t Kill the Hero Or Else, and I’ll see you guys on D-Day! Su-jin appa, fighting!

 
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Thanks for the recaps!

Now that everything seems to be falling into place so smoothly for our hero, it only serves to make me feel more scared that something bad is going to happen to Tae San.. Please don't kill him or any of the good guys!! Keeping my fingers crossed!!

But why did Jae Kyung keep quiet about the mole at the police station? I have a really bad feeling about it...

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bad feeling about Tae San? I have a bad feeling about everybody!
mostly Seung Woo though.
sun and moon cant be together
one is Dad and the other is a bodyguard. bodyguards give their lives protecting someone
seung woo feeling vague about his position

and Tae San will so be not cleared if Seung Woo would die and then we are straight into Season 2.

all fits.

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The mole being assigned to hospital duty, Seung Woo's strange look at the mole at that time and Tae San walking around and talking about the surgery seems rather "convenient". Maybe a trap?

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Thank you girfriday, now I can go watch raw file comfortably.

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DON'T KILL TAE-SAN!

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I haven't watched this show at all, I have just been following the recaps. I knew that I wouldn't be able to be patient enough to wait week after week for a new episode. So I am waiting for it to finish, so I can have a Two Weeks marathon. The recaps make me even more eager to watch this show.

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me too, I do have a very weak heart and impatient nature to begin with. Thank you DB for your amazing recap. This show are really really good. Well, actually I watched and take a peep, the whole times. Lee Joon Ki always makes me fall in love more with his incredible acts and drama choices. He's a trully artiste'.

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I wish I could have done the same. This is a show that would have been EXCELLENT as a marathon.

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Thanks for the recap....still need to watch the episode....
Hopefully there will be a happy ending for everyone....

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So excited for the last episode. It's been an awesome ride and I have enjoyed your recaps as well.

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it's a Happy Belated Birthday ..Tae San shi..Hope you will survive till the end....:bighug

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Totally. Suk-jin appa fighting.
Btw. Did you guys notice the beauty of lee Junki when he was on the operating bed? My My. I mean, I am totally innocently praising God's creation. God Thank you for granting this world gorgeousness that is Lee Junki.

Thank you for the recap. Been up all night. Good night :)

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absolutely...Noticing and been thinking all along.#sigh... Why oh why he keeps being beautiful eventhough they trying so hard to uglify him since D1. Blow the hair....covered him with blood...everything....and still more beautiful than me ( makes me feel very intimidated ).The great thing are those face come up with amazing talent and kind heart.

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He's gorgeous, especially his eyes: sharp-cut and long.

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And he has wonderfully expressive eyes and a lovely smile too.

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So true. He and Cho Seung Woo got the most beautiful eyes. Just perfect.

That said, Ryu Su Young's eyes are special. He's got one single and one double eyelid. Love him for not changing it!

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Whoa you're right! I never noticed that before. Cool :)

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Well, the differences in the eyelids is just aging. His other eye will likely develop the crease as he gets older and older. He may even develop a much deeper crease in the eye that already has one. Just fat disappearing as one gets older.

As for Lee Jun Ki's eyes. Amen. His face has lines a sculptor would die for. The way the light hits all the contours of his face. White marble would be the right medium.

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Tae-san, don't die on us now! You can't. Can't, can't, can't. Seriously!

Su-jin's conflict is so beautifully done. I'm impressed. And it makes a lot of sense.

Okay, holding my breath until D-day. Well, figuratively. Although this drama has deteriorated my health enough.

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I think they know about the mole and are using him to trap Boss Moon? I mean Jae-kyung can't be on this plan and keep that little detail to herself. She's not that stupid/forgetful.

Eeee one more day!!! Please let there be an happy ending!

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ho mah gawshhh. he's not under that sheet, right? riiiiight???? ugh. this show.

does the whole stealing someone's son and raising them as your own bad-ass killer to enact your own revenge remind anyone else of city hunter? just me? k.

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Actually, City Hunter was the very first thing that came to my mind once I came across someone's prediction that Teacher Kim was actually Boss Han's son, back in episode 8 or 9. It's City Hunter gone to the dark side, haha.

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WOW.......

Thanks for the recap.

But I don't think I'm gonna be happy with any ending.

Because I made a rookie mistake and fell for both the leads.
I'm actually afraid of watching the last episode..... I have a very bad feeling that someone is going to die to give a happy ending to the other.

Noooooooo..........

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I'm okay as long as they both get to live.

SW and TS can be buddies; SW can still get to see SJ; His heart will be broken, but as he is such a decent fella, and as he loves IH and SJ sooo much, he'll want them to reunite with TS as a family.

In time, he'll get his own romance, maybe w JK?

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Ok, how's this?

Tae San and In Hye gets their happily ever after with Sujinnie. Ajusshi SW gets to become Sujin's godfather. Tae San, JKand SW became good friends. JK and SW became very very close buddies in their work (maybe even become lovers?!)

Teacher Kim decides to stop his assassin career and grow herbs with his dad.

Moon gets a lifetime of jail term and Congresswoman goes into a psych rehab centre.

I love HAPPILY EVER AFTER!!

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I mostly said the same thing.

But then: Teacher Kim did kill 2 people. He has to answer to them, doesn't he? I suspect he'll be a tragic figure to the end, and the writer may kill him for his crimes, right after having him reunite with his father.

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yeah, I don't want Teacher Kim to reap the harvest of hisbad doings...but k-dramas are pretty just. Unfortunately.

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@KDaddict and Carole McDonnell: Yes, we cannot forget that Teacher Kim has committed murder. I do not want the show to simply kill him off, which is a high possibility. But that would also be kind of easy. I wish that he could be rehabilitated in some way while also paying for his crimes. If he was brainwashed from an early age, I am not sure how 'easy' that will be. I think that he needs real help and not just jail time. This drama has mostly shown him mechanically killing people or performing inhuman stunts, but there is a hint at something else (so perhaps he is not so far gone?). His story is tragic...but it doesn't have to end without a ray of light.

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i unfortunately don't watch the show because it is too much for my poor heart to handle so can someone please tell me what this auction deal is? blah.

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Moon and Jo have been planning this 'auction' for years. Jo uses her political clout and good samaritan cover to put up a charity auction. They've fake antiques made in Thailand, hide heroine inside, and ship them into Korea. Moon will bid for and will get those Special pieces. After they successfully smuggle the drugs into the country, they will split the proceeds 50/50. That'll be Jo's ticket to a Swiss retirement, and for Moon, the money will finance his next big business deal, i.e. to purchase a certain natural gas company! They both want this, Bad!

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Oooohhhhhhh. Thanks, I've been watching this whole time and I didn't know that. I guess the details aren't that important, it's just a thing that will make them both lots of money and serves as motivation.

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There has to be a reason they covered his face, right? That isn't Tae-san, right?

...Right? *crosses fingers*

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Well, I bet it's a trap for Boss Moon set up by Jae-kyung and Tae-san. I remember Jae-kyung already knew who the "mole" was. Thus it's not a coincident that the "mole" detective is assigned to the hospital. Now I just hope for an happy ending tomorrow for Tae-san and Soo-jin :)

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I'm not worried. It's obvious that it's a trap:
cos TS knows that Moon isn't going to leave him alone;
cos JK already knew that cop was a snitch; she didn't out him for the purpose of feeding false info to Moon when nece;
cos the corridor to those OTs are empty;
cos TS's face is covered.

TS is just pretending to have moved the surgery up a few hours, to smoke out Moon, catch him, so that 10 hours later, when it is the real scheduled time for the surgery, it can go on uninterrupted.

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I only know that TS cannot possibly DIE in the first 5 minutes of the last episode because there would be nothing worth watching in the last hour of the damn show!!

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Yeah, everything's lining up well for the good guys.

No, it's not Tae-San under the cover. That doesn't make sense for a live human, even one coming back from anaesthesia. And yes it is a trap.

However, that in turn makes me even more nervous for Tae-San surviving.

Things are going too swimmingly well right now.

There's got to be something dangerous lurking.

Still, I can't wait for D-Day and I hope it goes out with a bang!

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Thx for the reminder. I was feeling too relaxed about TS's well-being! Not good for my mental health if things go to hell in a basket at the last minute!

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I really want/need a happy ending.

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After feeling that Tae San will die in the end for 14 episodes, I actually think he won't die in the end. Is it weird to get this kind of feeling now?

Anyways, tomorrow is D-Day. See you all! Thanks for the recaps girlfriday!

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"What the hell? Are you the only five cops in all the land?"
" Is the SWAT team booked for a previous engagement? Could you not even get a few traffic cops to stand guard?"

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but so true. Its like logic has flown out the window.

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But then it makes sense IF their purpose is to let Moon enter the premises with ease, so that they can catch him in the act of trying to kill TS. They deliberately let it be known to Moon that TS would be either in OT 6 or OT 7.

That is probably a dummy lying there. TS is probably Elsewhere undergoing his procedure.

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You're right. It makes total sense that the cops are hiding to lull Boss Moon into a false sense of "security"...

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Counting hours. T-7 hrs..

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My heart can't take it. Thanks for the recap! And also the lovely song download :)

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I was impressed that SW basically told TS "I'm no better than you" by copping to Dicagate. I'm worried about how much my heart is going to bleed for SW tomorrow.

I hope that Lee Seo Jin is watching this show. For those following Grampas Over Flower-- remember how taken he was by the baby on the subway? Don't you think that this show would elicit his paternal instinct/biological clock? Seo Jinnie needs a Su Jinnie! The adorable father-daughter interaction is my favorite thing about this show.

This has been a good ride-- hope the ending doesn't disappoint.

Thanks for the recap!

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Whatever happens I knowSoo-jin will have 2 dads in the end. I've been wondering why they made In Hye have hepatitis PLUS a non-matching bone marrow but I'll let it go since she's still alive and well. So far.

I so loved the conversation between the two dads.

Is it still silly for me to want Tae-San to find out his mother didn't kill herself? To me, that has always been the core of his lifelong distress ...and it would so heal his heart if someone told him his mother had been murdered. I don't think I'll be happy if his tiny little kid childhood heart doesn't learn that his mother loved him....although I am glad he considered the possiblity that his dad "had to leave him" for some reason.

Thanks so much for th recap. I watched it with 56% of the subs yesterday. So..am off to rewatch now.

Not sure who In Hye will choose or if she'll be around at the end.

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Thanks for reminding me about the mom's story. It is, of course, highly unlikely that a mom who had taken the trouble to make seaweed soup for her son's birthday would then choose to off herself before he even got a chance to eat it. (And would forget that it was her son's birthday when the seaweed soup was right in front of her.) I, too, am holding the vision that a lot of healing will be brought to TS's tiny little kid childhood heart in tonight's ep.

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I think its a good day for the good guys too. But that actually made me more nervous. Usually the penultimate episode is all bad things and the final is all good things. They wouldn't. ..switch that on purpose right. I think its a trap. And I think I heard somewhere that they purposely lower the number of cops to avoid raising suspicion. Remember the bad guys aren't suppose to know of TS surgery.

Lol at sujin's adult sigh. Its ok. I have a feeling u can hv 2 daddies if the writer is being benevolent. If writernim decides to be cruel...the choice is out of you hand too ...sadly.

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Right now the key to the ending isn't: Is Tae-San going to live?

It's more "How willing are the writers to make Soo-Jin unhappy?"

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Heheh. C'mon writers, just look at that face! Could you do that to that adorable, heartbreakingly sweet face? I didn't think so.

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And in a way, it's also how willing are the writers to make us unhappy. If Soo Jin is unhappy, we'll be unhappy too. Soo Jin has won our hearts and she is (imo) the most beloved character in the whole show.

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Ty for the recap off to read!

On a side note, does anyone know what phone moon il seok is using? It's a cool flip phone! I want one, lol.

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See, this is the reason for product placement. It works. And I frankly love it. I think it's just sooooo cool that there are gadgets that can do this and that. So way ahead of the technology in the US. Envious.

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Does anybody find it strange that the cops aren't guarding the entrance to the operating room? Shouldn't that be the first place you guard? Oh well, fingers crossed everyone. Fighting!

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Maybe Teacher Kim will switch teams in the final hour. Find out about his real dad and get angry w/ Boss Moon. Then he could end up helping Tae-San...if not, I really don't understand the purpose of the assassin/gangster dads storyline

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لا استطيع الانتظار اكثر ..أريد الحلقة ال16

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Considering this show's love of flashbacks, Im pretty certain they used the mole to lure Il Moon and catch him once and for all. Probably the doc said the surgery date couldnt be changed so Tae San figured they'd do a fake one instead. Unless they want to end this drama all bloody like 'Cruel City' I dont think we'll have any more fatalities this late in the game, just a lot of baddies behind bars.

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my wish is happy ending for tae san & his loved ones, the kiddo is so cute! this type of good action drama shld be longer, i'm gonna miss it! luv LJK!

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I'm really excited for the last episode, but strangely I think I'm not as invested as I was near the beginning. All the emotional stakes have already been lowered- everyone knows Tae-san isn't a murderer, In-hye knows why he left her and has forgiven him, Tae-san and Su-jin met, and even Seung-woo came around and isn't a serious obstacle to the relationships in my opinion. The only things left to be resolved are plot related. The possible exception to this is whether Tae-san has really forgiven himself and if he'll go for the noble sacrifice, but I'm not getting the suicidal vibe from him anymore. I'm not saying this is bad necessarily, because the various emotional journeys of the characters have been satisfying and pretty realistic, it's just that I'm not sure what I need from the last episode beyond no-one dying.
/SPOILERS!/Around this time in City Hunter for example, Yoon-sung and NaNa were separated for the sake of the mission and Yoon-sung's relationship with both his dads was broken and heading towards massive blow-up. And in the end, the final conflict showed Evil Daddy's true heart for Yoon-sung while simultaneously tragically ending their relationship forever and redeeming him in death. Now those are some big emotional stakes. (end spoiler)
When Tae-san was fighting his own crushing guilt while at the same time shouldering the undeserved/deserved condemnation of everyone around him, I was totally there with him. Now that's mostly resolved and whatever happens tomorrow won't change anything. He's already made all the hard decisions and proved himself. Plus the sheer physical danger just isn't as high ever since he teamed up with Jae-kyung and the police. I think Two Weeks is actually more of a feel-good drama than it seems, though obviously things could still go badly. (Maybe I do want someone to die? No no no, I take it back! I'm sorry drama gods, don't kill Tae-san!)

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I love your last bit of plea to the drama gods. LOL.

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I confess that because I love Lee Joon Ki very much (Arang..!) and thought the first several episodes of Two Weeks were excellent and his acting was TERRIFIC, that I simply could not stand it if his character is killed. I have to wait. Until I know. Then I can watch! I've never done this before, tho' I have peeked with completed series. I know I take away some of the suspense element, but an unhappy ending to a really good drama can last for days. What do you all do? I bet I'm not the only one, here!

Many many thanks to everyone for their insightful comments and for sharing their reactions!

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This was an intense episode definitely. Glad that he is cleared of the crime. At least no more hide and seek for him. But the tension is still there thanks to Moon Il Seok's vengeance streak...He just can't leave and forget!!!

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I wish they hadn't shown the hospital bed covered up like that, without the viewer being able to see any part of the face.
It was obvious then that there would be no one under it.
The video editing could have been better at this part during the end.
They should have cut to Tae San's lying on hospital bed and then switch back to Boss Moon instead of using the covered up bed.

So I wasn't thrilled with the ending scene, and pretty much rushed over to the finale. Lol

Yeah, the 'My Two Dads' thing were interesting parts of this show.
I like that Sujin was the center of Seung Woo + Tae San's issue more than In Hye. Something different.

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Does anyone know what kind of phone they are using when In-Hye buys Tae-San the 'secret' phone?

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