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Three Days: Episode 4

[Hey guys, here’s averagerobot, joining the Three Days party. We’re still sticking with the show and he’s just coming aboard to share the load, because a show called Three Days should really have three recappers. It’s math. -girlfriday]

As the search for the president continues, the circumstances surrounding his disappearance start to become clearer. But fear not, puzzle lovers. This is Three Days after all, where episodes always raise more questions than they answer. Episode 4 delves further into the past to add a boatload of new mysteries to the ever-growing list. Someone needs to pass me some mustard because this pretzel just keeps getting twistier.

 
EPISODE 4 RECAP

The episode begins back in February 1998 (the same month named in the “Confidential 98” floppy disk at the top of Episode 1, as you’ll recall). A bike cop pedals through a seaside town to begin his night patrol, greeting everyone he rides by. He’s a pretty popular guy. He notices something out at sea. As he stops to investigate, a gunshot rings out. He takes it in the skull and flops on the pavement, dead.

Elsewhere, a group of young men in camo fatigues and face paint have been climbing into their vehicles. They ride to their destination in tense silence. Among their number is a young Security Team Leader Ham.

But of course that tantalizing carrot is immediately yanked away with a jump forward to the present day. Team Leader Ham is on the phone in his office at the presidential villa ordering the assassination of the president. Because it wasn’t terrifying enough the first time, again we see him discover Cha-young listening in on the incriminating conversation from her hiding spot under the bed.

Moments later, she’s staring down the barrel of Ham’s gun, attempting to talk him down. “Stop this. Your plan failed,” she tells him. Ham insists that the president will die tonight, but Cha-young believes Han Tae-kyung will protect him. In the end, Ham chooses not to shoot her (another gunshot would raise suspicions), opting instead to knock her unconscious with a fist to the face.

March 5. 11:40 PM.

Back on the train leaving Cheongju Station, we pick up the other cliffhanger from Episode 3. Tae-kyung is headed for seat 1007 where he believes he will find the president. He is pursued by Blue House agents as their leader informs them that Tae-kyung is suspected of an attack on the president earlier that night.

The passengers seem thoroughly unfazed as armed agents sweep through the train, calling over their radios that Tae-kyung must be found and arrested immediately. Eventually he is surrounded in the middle of a crowded car. He attempts to fight off the agents, but Tae-kyung is vastly outnumbered and soon finds himself locked in handcuffs undergoing an intense interrogation.

Tae-kyung sends the agents to look for the president in the first car — as far away as he can get them from car 10, the president’s true location. The agents realize they’ve been duped and attempt to warn the two left behind to watch Tae-kyung, but it’s too late. With the playing field leveled, he quickly incapacitates his guards and heads for the tenth car, locking the door behind him.

With the agents trapped behind the locked door, Tae-kyung feels secure enough to begin a slow, suspenseful walk toward seat 1007. Little does he know he’s being stalked by the mysterious young man with thick-framed glasses who was on the phone with Team Leader Ham at the end of Episode 3.

As Tae-kyung approaches the president’s seat, Thick Frames pulls a silenced pistol… but the man sitting in 1007 is not the president after all. Thick Frames slinks away, but something tells me we’ll be seeing those glasses again.

Tae-kyung recognizes the man as Special Prosecutor CHOI JI-HOON (Lee Jae-yong). Remember the president’s insider trading investigation that was teased in Episode 1? Yeah, he’s the guy in charge of that.

Meanwhile, the Blue House agents have ordered the train to stop. They wisely decide not to send all their forces to one location again, and split up to secure the interior and exterior of the train.

When Tae-kyung identifies himself as a Blue House agent, Prosecutor Choi assumes he has been sent by the president to dissuade him from revealing the results of his investigation. As it turns out, the last person the president gave that assignment to was Chief Economist Han Ki-joon, better known to us as Tae-kyung’s dad.

Tae-kyung asks if the investigation has anything to do with Confidential 98, and the prosecutor’s surprised face all but confirms that it does. Prosecutor Choi refuses to give him any information about the case or the document, even as Tae-kyung pleads with him: “My father died because of Confidential 98!” All the prosecutor will say is that the president and Tae-kyung’s father were trying to cover up their past wrongdoing.

And it looks like that’s the only intriguing tidbit we’re going to get, because just then the agents swarm the train car and haul Tae-kyung away, even as he screams for more answers. The Blue House agents try to interrogate the prosecutor about their conversation, but he remains just as tight-lipped with the agents.

Outside the train, Tae-kyung is handcuffed and loaded into the back of a squad car along with an agent. They drive off. Suddenly, his car breaks ranks and swerves, and Tae-kyung’s handcuffs fall off his wrists. The agent whips out his gun immediately.

The driver cuts the wheel hard to give Tae-kyung a chance to fight back, which is when we see that it’s Bo-won behind the wheel. Whoa, wha, HUH? Where’d she come from? Tae-kyung grapples with the agent in the backseat, until they’re both hanging out the side of the car with the door open at full speed.

He barely avoids being shot, and uses all his strength to put a stranglehold on the agent until he finally knocks him out. They leave him lying incapacitated by the side of the road, and Tae-kyung and Bo-won speed away in the squad car.

A flashback to moments earlier helps us fill in the blanks. Bo-won rushes to the train station, responding to a radio call for backup. As Tae-kyung is loaded into her car, she discreetly slips the handcuff key into his palm.

Back in the present, Tae-kyung prepares to leave Bo-won and head out on his own. She insists on going with him, undeterred by his warnings that she will be named as an accomplice.

She tells him what she knows about the retired government officials who died in the fire the same night his father was killed. Why? What’s the connection? Only one person can tell them for sure. They have to find the president.

Meanwhile, it looks like more trouble is brewing over at the Blue House. The Chief of Civil Administration wants Chief Presidential Secretary Shin on the phone pronto. He orders all the chiefs to get to the Blue House immediately. Yikes, that can’t be good.

But poor Secretary Shin has enough on his plate already. Back at the presidential villa, he laments the disaster at the train station — Tae-kyung slipped right through their fingertips and still no sign of the president. Agents inform him that the female officer who helped Tae-kyung escape has been identified. A warrant is out for Bo-won’s arrest.

Team Leader Ham walks in, demanding that they continue the search for vehicle 8911, the car that the president took when he left the villa. If the car was not found at the train station, it means the president never arrived. Find the car, find the president. Secretary Shin wants to stop relying on Blue House agents alone to find the president, but Team Leader Ham asks him to wait just 30 more minutes before going public with the news of the president’s disappearance.

The phone call from the Blue House comes in. The Chief of Civil Administration tells Secretary Shin that the results of the Special Prosecutor’s investigation are going to be announced sooner than expected. Although he believes the president will be absolved of the insider trading charges, the investigation turned up information about a different incident. If the information proves true, it would mean impeachment. He requests that the president return to the Blue House immediately.

Secretary Shin agrees to send agents back out to search for the president. He tells Team Leader Ham that he had better make good on his promise to do it in 30 minutes. Ham splits his team into four groups and sends them out to check all the possible routes between Cheongsoodae and the train station for vehicle 8911.

Cha-young awakens locked inside Team Leader Ham’s wardrobe, her mouth gagged and her wrists and ankles bound with tape. Panicking, she struggles to break free.

Tae-kyung and Bo-won are also trying to identify the possible routes that vehicle 8911 might have taken. Tae-kyung knows the agents will have the same plan, so it’s imperative that they get to the car first.

Bo-won has a sudden realization: If the president took the levee road from Cheongsoodae at 7:20 PM, he would have been redirected at the detour where Bo-won herself was directing traffic back in Episode 1. They decide to check out the detour route.

At the same time, Secretary Shin is having a realization of his own. He now understands the reason the president was trying to get to the train station that night without informing the security staff. He was desperate to find Prosecutor Choi and stop him from reporting the results of the investigation.

On the way into his office building, Prosecutor Choi is hounded by reporters, giving him another opportunity to practice his favorite hobby of refusing to answer questions. Inside, the prosecutor asks about some new information his staff has received, but they’re unable to confirm the source. He tells them to cancel the morning press conference. “Are we retreating?” a staffer asks. Not at all. Prosecutor Choi just wants to reschedule.

While traveling the detour route, Tae-kyung and Bo-won ponder what could have happened to the president’s car. A landslide? Wild animals? They study a map and Tae-kyung estimates the time it would take to travel the road in a dense fog. It looks like the detour would have circled the president back toward Cheongsoodae, passing nearby right around 8:00 PM. If so, he would have been hit by the EMP.

Further down the road, the agents have finally located vehicle 8911 empty and abandoned on the shoulder. A frustrated Team Leader Ham quickly deduces that the EMP is to blame. Back at the presidential villa, Secretary Shin wonders what might have happened to the president in the 5 hours since the EMP went off.

Team Leader Ham and the agents start to piece together the puzzle. Elsewhere, Tae-kyung and Bo-won are following the same line of thinking. Flashbacks confirm that they’re all on the right track.

At 8:00 PM, the EMP disables vehicle 8911. The president gets out of the car uninjured. So then how does he end up alone in the woods, bleeding from the head as we saw earlier? (Or do I mean later?) With no way to contact Cheongsoodae, the driver recommends they start walking back, but the president would rather not. He says that this is the first time it’s been quiet in the two years since he took office, and insists they continue toward the train station.

Both sets of investigators think the president must have taken the bus to travel the 10 kilometers to the station. Team Leader Ham finds the closest bus stop where the number 7 bus goes straight to Cheongju Station.

The Blue House is shocked to learn that Prosecutor Choi is about to begin the press conference right this minute, with no advance warning.

The prosecutor and his staff discuss the possible ramifications of reporting findings that are outside the scope of their initial inquiry (the insider trading investigation) and bringing such serious allegations against the sitting president. Prosecutor Choi wants to proceed anyhow, and the press conference begins.

The dueling presidential searches simultaneously discover what happened after the president and the driver boarded the number 7 bus. As Tae-kyung and Bo-won turn to avoid driving past the scene of an accident, Bo-won sees an overturned bus that’s being lifted up out of a ditch. And in the window behind cracked glass is its number: 7.

Remember in Episode 2 when Bo-won heard about a bus colliding with a car? Yep. Same bus. The 25 injured passengers have already been transported to two hospitals. Team Leader Ham seems to be unraveling a little, screaming at the agents to find out which hospitals and notify him immediately when the president is found.

In another flashback, the president asks his driver if he has a transit card. He marvels at how pathetic it is to be president; you don’t even have a bus pass. The agent worries what the passengers will do when they see the president on the bus, but they climb aboard anyhow.

Once they are seated on the bus, the president explains that no one would recognize him here. They only recognize him in his suit with agents at his side and public fanfare.

The agent asks the president why he wants to go to Cheongju. He doesn’t answer, but he thinks back to the last conversation he shared with the four men who were drafting up Confidential 98, including Tae-kyung’s father. They agree to meet on March 5 and the President asks everyone to be safe until then.

When we return from the flashback-within-a-flashback, the number 7 bus is approaching its untimely end. The street lights are still out following the EMP blast and the bus driver is having trouble seeing through the thick fog. He has to swerve quickly to avoid running into cars that have already collided in a bloody accident. The bus goes flying off the road and rolls into a ravine.

With yet another time jump, we’re back to the present hour where the president is now lying unconscious in a hospital bed. The TV set in his room shows the progress of Prosecutor Choi’s press conference. The prosecutor prepares the assembled crowd for the shocking news they are about to hear, and promises to reveal everything.

But not yet. Because first we have to check in with poor Cha-young who’s been locked in a wardrobe for the entire episode. By throwing her weight around, she finally manages to topple the wardrobe and smash her way out. With her wrists and ankles still tied up, she finds a cigarette lighter and sets fire to the bedsheets.

Two agents outside the building see the smoke pouring from Team Leader Ham’s office and race to the rescue. They remove the gag from Cha-young’s mouth. “You have to stop it!” she screams. Something tells me Team Leader Ham will regret that he left this loose thread dangling.

Prosecutor Choi begins to tell the story of Yangjinri, Donghae in February of 1998. Ten scouts were sent from North Korea leading to an incident where 24 were killed and another 19 wounded, including civilians.

En route to the hospital, Team Leader Ham thinks back to the very same incident. As in the opening scenes of the episode, we see him riding with a group of soldiers in camo fatigues. An announcement comes over the radio — a North Korean submarine has been spotted in the sea near Yangjinri.

When the soldiers reach the edge of the village, the townspeople are in a state of panic. People have been wounded and many civilians are still trapped in the village as machine gun fire continues to sound in the distance. Ham looks on in horror as the townspeople plead for help. He cannot wait 20 minutes for the snipers to get into position. He asks for all soldiers to be sent into the village to attempt to rescue the civilians.

Prosecutor Choi continues. At the time, the incident at Yangjinri was declared to be a product of the North Korean invasion. But new evidence indicates that the incident was planned in advance by someone working for America’s Falcon Consulting at the time. That someone was President Lee Dong-hwi.

The president lies comatose in his hospital bed, unaware of Prosecutor Choi’s announcement and the fact that Team Leader Ham is readying his sidearm as he gets ever closer to the hospital.

The unconscious president dreams of a conversation he shared with one of the men from the meeting we saw earlier. They worry that they will never be able to reveal the truth about the people who were behind the Yangjinri incident, people who are now very well respected. Wait, does this mean the president could actually be a good guy?

The lighting changes drastically and suddenly the president is alone in a room with some serious fire damage. Was the man in the president’s dream one of the two who died in the fire?

A news report says that in addition to the president, also implicated in the incident are Tae-kyung’s father Han Ki-joon and two other men, Kim Ki-beom and Yang Dae-ho (who are all dead, as we know).

Tae-kyung and Team Leader Ham arrive at the hospital at the same time. As Tae-kyung races up the stairs and Ham ascends in the elevator, the president’s heart rate starts to drop. Between labored breaths, he manages to croak out four words: “It’s all a lie.”

March 6. 1:15 AM.

 
COMMENTS

This was the strongest episode so far, at least from where I’m sitting. The series really started to show off what it’s capable of in terms of complicated, layered plotting. And I’m talking layers upon layers. I’m really impressed with how much the writer had teed up in the first episodes that we’re just now starting to see pay off. There are story threads that were obviously set up to be important later, such as Prosecutor Choi’s insider trading investigation. But there are also a lot of little things that were snuck through in such a subtle way that I had no clue they’d pop up again. I’m thinking of things like the bus accident being mentioned in Episode 2 and seeing Bo-won directing traffic at the levee road detour long before we found out that the president had taken that route.

Now that I see what the writer’s up to, I’ve got my eyes peeled for anything that might turn out to be more than what it seems. For example, is anyone else wondering about the bloody two-car collision that caused the bus to swerve? Do you think there’s something more going on there, or has this show just driven me to paranoia?

Either way, I’m beginning to appreciate how much detailed thought the writer has had to give to who is where and doing what at every minute of the night. And if we are to believe the title, we’ve got a couple more days to go. I’m looking forward to watching as the writer slowly fills in the big picture for us.

But let’s set aside my enthusiasm for jigsaw puzzle storytelling for the moment, because I also recognize that this episode is far from perfect. The train sequence at the top of the episode drags on a bit long when you consider that the take-away is really just the short scene between Tae-kyung and Prosecutor Choi. And it’s a great scene! But it’s almost as though the writer doesn’t have faith in the story she’s telling. She has this wonderful little scene full of character and clues to the bigger mystery, and she slathers a flashy-but-fluffy action sequence over it to make sure we’re not getting bored. But action without substance is what’s really boring. How long can I watch people run around a train?

A big pet peeve of mine is getting the same information twice, and this show loves to double down on exposition. Take the scene where Bo-won tells Tae-kyung about the fire. I know it’s brand new to Tae-kyung, but we’ve already heard this story. Can’t we all just reasonably assume that Bo-won would pass on that information? Or could we see her start to tell him and then cut away to something else? Instead we’re forced to watch as she relays every detail, and even furnishes documents to back up what she’s saying.

This episode took the redundancy to new heights by having Tae-kyung and Team Leader Ham simultaneously following almost the exact same path toward finding the president. A double sin, equal parts repetitive and far-fetched.

This episode had some lovely character moments for the president and Team Leader Ham. More of that, please. Conversely, Tae-kyung and Bo-won were driving around in a car and looking at a map for most of the episode. (Although I will say, realizing that Bo-won was driving Tae-kyung’s squad car was one of my favorite moments of the episode.)

One final thought. The Three Days drinking game: Any time someone says they have to find the president, take a drink. On second thought, better not. You’ll be blacked out before the 30-minute mark.

 
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For a presidential assassination thriller with a fugitive hero, it should be very thrilling. Why is it not?
All those short flashbacks that are supposed to be clever, they just feel clumsy. And every thriller cliché in the book has been thrown in. Sigh. But....

Yay, Micky!

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Thank you for the recap! An interesting ep. for me. I love how TK and BS seem to be neck and neck when it comes to finding out information about the whereabouts of the president. When it comes to both characters figuring out what needs to happen next, and the steps they need to take, I also appreciate that so far, we seem to have a smart villain, who continues to be on the heels of the hero.

Like Girlfriday mentioned in the previous ep., I didn’t think the president would be sitting in seat 1007. It feels like it would have been almost too easy. It is also somewhat confusing to have seen the president in episode 1 or 2, laying in the bushes somewhere after the shots were fired, and seeing him later on in the car, with his driver, with no logical explanation of how we went from that scene (of the president laying somewhere being wounded), and of the scene earlier in this episode, where the president looked well, when he was in the car.

I am personally liking what was revealed in this episode, the president having some truth of his own he would like to reveal, the president being implicated in a scandal, as well as him apparently being framed for something he might not have done. The meeting of the government officials in that house reminded me of City Hunter (where somewhat of a similar meeting happened). The plot in this episode in some ways reminded me of City Hunter, with some cover-up about some tragic deeds that happened in the past, and which could shake the nation’s trust in the government, if the truth were to be revealed.

I continue to like the collaboration between TK and BW, I love seeing them working together. I look forward to seeing how BW helping TK escape will impact her at work, and how it will continue to put her in danger. And LCY now knows the truth, yay!!!!! The stakes are getting higher. Let’s see how BS will find his way out this one. I was concerned for a moment that LCY might die so early in the drama, and then I remembered that the medical examiner is also aware of her suspicions about BS being implicated in the shooting of the president. At least her concerns had been voiced somewhere. I was relieved to see that she was still alive (and then I remembered that she is one of the main characters, so she probably shouldn’t die so early in the drama).

Interesting to see that BS might be implicated in a past cover-up operation as well. I am starting to see why he might hate the president so much, and why he might want him dead. On a different note, I am liking the instrumental score of this drama, some of which (I found out this week), is being played and recorded by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.

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And welcome, averagerobot! Nice to have you on board.

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Do you know the name of the song playing in the background at around 9:30 in Episode 6? I've looking for the song forever and I can't find it!

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"averagerobot". Heeheehee.

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Welcome averagerobot and thanks for the recap!

LOL at the drinking game. That phrase and add on when someone looks slightly shady with the shifty eyes and we'd be pissed drunk.

Like you, I find myself overly paranoid with little details wondering if it has any significance and if so, what. I still think about the beginning when Han Ki Joon tried to get in touch with the president before the car crash and later the president asked his agent and they said he didn't call. I wonder who else is a mole and what their intentions are because Bong Soo can't be the sole antagonist when you have a pool of shady awesome veterans to pick and choose from.

I hope to see and know more about Choi Won Young because he's clearly up to no good. And Bo Won is a fearless, inquisitive heroine that I'm happy to root for.

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Is it just me or does that number two guy look awful suspicious also. He was quick to the ready to shoot TK. He also keep's doing this fishy eye movement thing.

Since number one is soon to be outed as the inside man it stands to reason there would be a second player, just as a fall back

I think we have too much of the story which takes the excitement and some of the mystery out of events.

We already knew that the president wasn't the bad guy and did not do what they think he did. In fact the guy the president was meeting with in episode one is the real bad guy. I can't remember how this was told but it was. So I'm looking at this drama for the action not the secrets.

SS men job is to protect the president but the moment TK was spotted on the train every agent started to chase him and the president be damned. Finding and securing the president should be the priority, TK at worst is an accomplice and may provide information but they know he is not the assassin.

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yoochun looks so morose here. his tae-kyun character is brooding and somewhat angsty. it's a far cry from the person he is behind the scenes. he's really transformed in this drama. to be able to reach this level of acting - yoochun's just amazing. can't wait to watch seafog later this year!

thanks for the recap! :>

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Welcome aboard Averagerobot !

Thank you so much for jogging our memories by specifically alluding to where something in particular (past plot points/scenes) originally occurred or were mentioned in previous episodes and linking it together with present scenes in Episode 4.

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This episode was the best one so far. Each character has a reason in what their doing. The chief, the prosecute, the president, our hero - everyone is doing their own little thing like shooting their own separate dramas simultaneously. But at the same time all of them fit perfectly in the bigger picture like little puzzle pieces. This feels like a very realistic drama as each person is the protagonist of their own lives.

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Nooo repost. I wish I could delete comments

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This episode is the best one so far. The hero, the president, the prosecutor, the chief - each persons actions are very well justified and there's no good guy or a bad guy yet. Its like everyone is part of their own dramas while they all are part of a bigger picture like little puzzle pieces that fit perfectly. It seems very realistic as each person is the protagonist of their own lives. I have seen this drama being compared to 2 weeks. I'd like to point out that Lee Jun Ki pretty much ran the whole drama with his acting and there were tons of plot holes. In this drama, it doesn't matter that Yoochun is as good. The plot and every character is really carrying all the weight which is a success formula.

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Hope 3 days fans (in which I'm still a watcher giving it a chance by waiting it to become a better thriller due to the actors here) would take note: the ones who compare 3 days with 2 weeks are not only the viewers, but also the recappers. 2 Weeks gained a lot of praise in almost all reviews in terms of acting and plot execution. Hence, 3 days might be like that as well when it hypes up the tension of the viewers (no-bias). That actually means a success formula :)
No need to mention the other forums, even there are 3 recappers & 1 painter reviewer in db for 3 days. But all are not that invest much to it yet means their insights are acceptable. Last but not least, mentioning about Lee Jun Ki running in the whole drama and tons of plot holes???... seems 2 weeks is still not watched.

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Sorry if I wrong with what you meant.

Edit: ....mentioning about LJK.....
I'd like to say either he didn't hide/run in the whole drama or other main characters in 2 weeks are interesting and important along with him. Their acting were also excellent and fit to their charaters well.

P.S. No offense to 3 days, it's still in the beginning so just want the faster pacing in the next eps, and our leads to be the layered-charaters which now are seemed quite bland to root the good guys or scare the bad ones for.

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I am so sorry but maybe I am the only one who never gets the comparison with 2 weeks. Not all fugitive dramas are the same. 2weeks is heavily emotionally invested, it ran on an emotional base whereas 3days is totally different. To save your own daughter and to save a president who is still a stranger that may commit some crime, how can u expect them to be the same? Therefore I see the comparison to 2weeks does no good for 3days, it makes ppl think they suppose to be the same and they expect the same vibe, but they are totally not, and head to 2 completely different directions.

With that said, i am no way saying 2weeks is not good and 3days is better or LJK is not good, and I do not think the above commentor meant so as well. I think 2 weeks is good, but it did have many plot holes. However since it hits the emotional parts of viewers, it distracts viewers from many of those plotholes, which is not a bad thing. I think a good drama has plotholes too... having some plotholes doesn't mean it is a bad drama.

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I think many viewers and recappers who compare 2 weeks and 3 days know well how these 2 shows are different. But the similarities are the genre and time-span.
It's not that those viewers, including me, are expecting the emotional vibe in 3 days as 2 weeks.
Since they are the same thriller genre, the same vibe we want to enjoy is the high suspense level. As we all have watched till ep.4, there are viewers who already hooked it but there are also still a lot who are not invested on the ride yet.

I also admit the plot holes in 2 weeks which are just very few that we can overlook them with all the actions, suspense and emotional moments.
However, the above comment seemed not to be the same as your perspective. It was written 2 weeks had "TONS" of plot holes which was actually exa.
I was a silent reader here, and even was not the first who compare these 2 shows. But it was just intended to be bashful to 2 weeks and mentioning 3 days as a show without flaws which is also not true. Since 2 weeks is a show I love to bits, I just couldn't ignore that comment. That's all, peace~

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Typo: ...above comment seemed not to be the same as your perspective. It was written 2 weeks had “TONS” of plot holes which was actually *exaggerated*.

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About plot holes in General:
If you've to turn out a script for an ep every 3 days, your plot would have holes, that's for sure.
But then a show may have a plot hole the size of Montana, which we simply can't get out of, or it may have small plot holes that are too deep or too numerous to ignore. Those are the ones that make it difficult if not impossible for viewers to suspect disbelief.
A few small, shallow plot holes here and there we usually have to live with.

Other than that, viewers tend to balance the tightness of plotting with how much heart the show has, among other things.

As an aside, 2 Weeks, to me, is an excellent show (just in terms of the script, without bringing stars and performances into it to complicate the discussion) becos it is ALL heart.

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This situation reminds me of 2 weeks vs Mandate of Heaven which is both have same reason, to save their daughter from ill..They even have same scene like the hero who fell from the cliff..It's a win-win situation..Every drama has their own flaw..I loved MOH, I enjoyed 2 Weeks so much and I fully invested myself to 3 days currently..
So, this is nothing new..I do believe this drama gonna be more thrilled later on..Actually 3 days genre not only about suspense thriller but also "mystery" so I got it why people doesn't feel the thrilled yet. It is mystery that I like and feel the different between TW & MOH + I can't help to like our hero & heroine, also the veteran cast in 3 Days^^
Happy watching & peace ;)

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@bluesky I didn't watch the whole MoH but have seen many eps from kbs world, and agree it had the interesting plot to be so well-loved. I wasn't sure why it didn't get much love from many viewers though.
Also, the copyright of 2W script was registered since 2007 and it's outshadowed from MoH as the first time-span thriller with a considerable fewer days in kdramas than what we got in 49 days. Maybe these are some reasons that 2W had much impact to the anticipated audience of this genre.

And yes, I like mysteries. I'm a huge fan of it who love the tight plot with them like the shows CSI, Lost, and a k-drama with mysteries plus so awesome action scenes like AATM. However, the mysteries in 3 days still don't make me engage to the show much like what AATM did since its beginning to me. Oh well, I'm still giving 3 days a place to hook me. I think mysteries can be done along with actions. Hopefully, I'm expecting it to erase my current complaints on later eps, actions with more substance than what it did in the ep. 3&4. Thanks to your greeting, enjoy your watching too ;)

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@sweetiekyu
I guess, different people, different taste..
like how u love AATM but me not though I sat watching the whole episodes..There's nothing wrong about that drama coz I love LJK & SMA to bits, it's only my personality who didn't buy supernatural powers..I may enjoyed the show but maybe not truly loving it.

I appreciated all the comments here whether it's +ve or -ve, but still I wish for the upcoming episodes my beanies here will talk a lot about the drama, cast and plot than making comparison either from fans of 3 Days or TW..I mean ya, enough is enough..Fighting 3 Days! You can do it coz I'm loving u currently :D

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@bluesky Sorry if you were distracted to some other shows, and sure, I appreciate other viewers' opinions who have different tastes with me. I was just drawn into the word "mystery" and extended to others, hehe.
Probably you could see me through my comments that I'm not here to compare 2 weeks-3 days-god's gift or to say 3 days any harshful except wanting it to count me in to the ride. I think the other viewers here who loved 2 weeks have positive attitude in pointing out the aspects of these dramas as well in which they were not shallow ones unlike a bashful writing.
However, I do hope some viewers would have respect in expressing their opinions other than taking things upside down of others', in the upcoming episodes. Then, I will be a silent reader again in which I want to be. Also pray for you to be able to read the very blooming recaps next weeks :)

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i found this episode as the most engaging one among the eps so far. the action scene and the detail was thrilling and make me on edge everytime. i'm not really a thinker when it comes to Kdrama. we all have too much Hollywood chasing & action that was so pale in comparison with Kdrama, so don't use that experience to heightened up the expectation lol

so far, i kinda get the bigger picture in this drama.

first, i kinda think that the president actually didn't know about the assassination. the commotion in the market was only to pin point him about the secret meeting, the meeting place. he also didn't know the case behind han kijoon's car crashed & the call, i guessed he really thought it's a normal car accident.

2nd, the real evil master knew about the meeting plan, kill the general who sent the message to president, which when the general knew about the assassination plan.

3rd, leader ham seems like a good guy that's brainwashed by someone to think that the pres was the source of what happen in yangjinri.

4rd, the pres also a good guy who have to keep something as secret and let people misunderstood his behavior.

I'm fully invested in this drama (and the fact that chunface's acting improving madly is also a big bonus to me since he's my sole reason to watch this ^^) though there's some loophole here and there at least its minor so i can overlook it.

and LOL, i remember someone post this comment in twitter saying that "its rare to find all the villain guys flocked together in one drama and have the good guy vs the whole world." i'm expecting all the other "usual" villain to have some important role as i don't think they're put together just to be a wall decor for the sake of thriller drama theme.

ps : fugitive chun in hoodie and cap is HOOOOTTTTTTT~

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Thank you averagerobot for helping with the recapping duties of "Three Days".

GF - I love your math logic. :-)

I too find this episode the best so far. I too did not pay much attention to some details in previous episodes that proved to be important in this episode. Like you, I'll be more suspicious of every detail starting in this episode. First, I'm suspecting Secretary Shin, is likely a villainous character. Even though he has been offering strategies contrary to Team Leader Ham's, he is so quick to yield to Ham's counter strategy. He must be up to something.

I continue to love Bo-Won; her providing the getaway car for Han Tae-Kyung was awesome. A police officer who knows (and helps) the good guy from the bad guys. Go Bo-won!

One detail I'm curious about that I may have missed in the previous episodes is the significance of the "Three Days". What happens on the third day? Or, is this information yet to be revealed?

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I remembered hearing in episode 2 that the president is on a vacation for 4 days, including March 5. Then, by the end of the vacation (within 3 days period), they need to find the president within time before the news that the president disappeared goes public. That's what I guess. But, with this episode, it doesn't seem that 3 days time frame is needed anymore? It seems they need to find the president asap after the press conference.

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Thanks for your reply pitnee! :-)
That makes sense about needing to find the president before his supposed vacation days is over. I'll probably re-watch episode 2 now. I agree with you, despite the date and time being flashed in episode 4, I also don't recall a reference to the importance of 3 days time frame.

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I can't help thinking that Team Leader Ham is a terrible evil guy. You don't kill Cha-young because you don't want people to hear another gun shot? Then knock her unconscious and then suffocate her with a pillow. C'mon, writers, if I was in as deep as Ham is, trying to kill the effing president of a COUNTRY, I am not going to be potentially sabotaged in my ultimate goal because some chick found me out. That's just lazy writing. I wouldn't be leaving anyone alive who knew my plan. Anyone with a sense of survival would think like that.

I'm way past belief in the plot of this drama already. I'm basically in this show for Yoochun's serious face, the president being so stinking charming and Moon Balloon now.

And great recap, averagerobot, and welcome. I know I've told all the new recappers they've been great, but honestly, you all have been so. Dramabeans must have really high standards. And it's great having more male perspectives.

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So I'm waiting until my schedule dies down to start watching this, but I've been keeping an eye on the blurbs at the top of each recap and i just have to say that I loved yours, averagebot. Welcome! I look forward to actually reading your recaps, one day when I have time to catch up with dramas!

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Welcome, averagerobot, thanks for the recap. To the question, "Which was better, the book or the movie?" I almost always say the book. Except in the case of Pirates of the Caribbean, where my answer to "Which is better, the ride or the movie?" is "They're the same." Lately, I've been asking myself, "Which is better, the recap or the kdrama?" For Three Days I'm leaning towards the recaps, so maybe I can just skip the kdrama. \ /

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nooooo...don't!!!!
the drama get better, really! maybe you can skip to ep 3 or 4? where the pace is faster?

oh well, but its your choice anyway...

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You should try to watch the drama. The recap is good, but you will find so much clues or another interpretation when you watch it by yourself. It's getting better on episode 4.

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I watched eps 1 and 2. I will give it a chance, but I was struggling in ep 3 for many of the reasons averagerobot stated. For some reason I'm not into it so far (mostly because of the genre). When I happened on the world of kdramas, I remember reading that giving a kdrama a change until half way through was a good rule of thumb. I typically follow that, and I would guess I've finished 95% of the kdramas I've started. I'll be checking out the recaps and episodes if not only for the fun and challenging db banter!

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Much more thrilling episode, perhaps the better one of the series. Quite enjoyed the first half, even for the anti-climatic train sequence. Way better than watching people sit around talking.

I like Bo-Won. She and tae-kyung make a good team.

Main issue: the flashbacks. They are not deftly edited in. If it helps, add the usual flashback effect(flash us, or something).. Or clump them in one sitting. all the time jumps can be jarring.

Liked that short scene where president goes onboard the bus.. nice insight into his character.

Heard Yoochun injured his hand.. really hope he's seeking proper treatment for it. Poor dude.

Thanks for the recap!

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Hello & welcome averagerobot..thank you so much for the recap^^

One by one those questions & mysteries were reveals in ep.4 but the truth is we still have plenty of questions to answer though..The fighting scene is just superb, love how he trapped those guards on the train..brilliant! Badass! It's so great to see that BW is believes in TK, great collaboration & good chemistry both of them..Finally that blabbermouth guard is being left on the roadside..Stop bothering HTK you XDDD

Okay now I'm thinking about "the bloody two-car collision that caused the bus to swerve" as u stated above..This drama, u need to use ur brain hardly & open ur eyes widely..HA! Love it! I bet more Mr.President's scene in this coming ep..I can't wait!

My standing ovation for Park Yoochun..I heard that he injured his shoulder before that train fighting scene but wow he did so well in both train & car scene..his fighting scenes, his gaze, his tone, just excellent so far! I know he refused to use a double stunt but it's okay if u have to Yoochun-ah..take care and FIGHTING!!

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Yoochun looks different here! I haven't watched/read recaps of this show, since there're so many of seemingly interesting dramas in this era of hectic days of mine, and Three Days just got thrown aside, not on purpose, of course. But I guess I'll start reading the recaps now, coz, well...I AM a puzzle lover, and...oh yes, one more thing... averagerobot? Just couldn't resist lol. Hi! Like your style, and name :)

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Is it good? Should I start? Doubting my ability to handle 14 days & 3 days at a go. Too suspenseful, weak heart..

How many days already at Ep 4?

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this wednesday is 5th episode ^^
if you expect something romantic it'll bore you up, but if you want the good part, starting from ep 3 might help. though the 1st ep is the foundation if you want to understand the plot thoroughly

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Thank you ^-^

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For those who missed to see Yoochun's smile..

Handcuffed Han Tae Kyung is smiling :D
http://i1147.photobucket.com/albums/o550/JYJThree/Three%20Days/1394780829815.jpeg~original

And also a peace sign from Han Tae Kyung..LOL!
http://i1147.photobucket.com/albums/o550/JYJThree/Three%20Days/stills/Img0404_20140314143003_3.jpg~original

But I actually love his serious face like he did in SKKS..he looks so cool carrying this kind of character..
*end of my fangirling mode* :oops:

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Thanks for the recap and welcome aboard averagerobot!

Am I the only one who likes the flash backs? What's so badly edited about them? What's so anti-climax about them? In fact, I find the flash backs NECESSARY (of coz) and a great red-herring! (I think we are being taken on a ride with SOME of the details and seemingly new "truths" via the flash backs)

My conclusion is NEVER trust ANYONE in this drama. I think the writer is clever enough to deceive us with so many players involved and so many "drama usual bad guys actors" around. Who knows? Bo Won may be the bad one!!! (just saying.... but who can be absolutely sure?)

I personally don't find the train sequence long. In fact, this is necessary to :
1) show how good Tae Kyung as a SP is. (drool over his hoodie, kick-ass moves, and hurt expressions when he heard his dad was the "bad" one)
2) show how BIG this case really is when the Head Prosecuter was all ALONE in that particular car (10) which can only mean that someone has planned this very carefully and used lots of influence/power/money to ensure they are not implicated.

My fav has got to be those scenes which are unexpected..... like the bus no 7's accident which was mentioned by a villager in epi 2 but I didn't get the importance nor significance of it till now. These scenes which slowly peel away the mystery are really well played-out, to me.

The surprise element continues to be great here.

I still wonder what role Cha Young really plays in this story...... it would be GREAT if she has a different agenda from the baddies as well as from Tae Kyung. THAT would really be interesting! (remember her face when she first came with Secretary of State to the control room whereby she kind of accused Tae Kyung that he lied since there was no other person who visited the Army Chief that night he died etc. Her face was not a friendly one then. Tae Kyung had to even barked at her "Lee Cha Young!" when she accused him)

Significance of 3 Days, I think, is because the President was scheduled to take a rest in his villa for 3N4D and now that he went missing and they chose not to reveal that to the world, everyone only has 3 days to find him before the entire world finds out.

Can't wait to see how Tae Kyung will interact with the President (if he finds him), or how Tae Kyung will protect the President from hereof. Again, I'm expecting twists!

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Welcome and thanks for the recap!
Let me start by saying that was a really solid episode, best one yet in my opinion . Nice action scene in the train and interesting backstory for Chief Ham. It would seem like he was manipulated by the bad guys into killing the president for his presumed role in the 1998 events.
What I don't understand is why would someone who wants to assassinate the president for this "righteous" reason would kill bodyguards to accomplish his goal. I mean he's the Chief: he just has to draw his gun, shoot the guy and explain why he did it. No need to drag innocent coworkers into this mess. I know it didn't end so well for the last guy who used this method on a korean president, but it would be more appropriate i think.
I thought the president's accident was a little overboard. Having one car near-accident was enough, was it really necessary to add the bus accident? I was thinking the president was lucky for not getting shot that night, I gonna have to change my thinking on that.

About the PPL in this episode: does product placement always have to be so obvious?
Last year in Two Weeks, we had fugitive Jang Tae San running around the mountains in his M Limited jacket 2013 collection. Now we have fugitive Han Tae Kyung running around the hospital in his M Limited jacket 2014 collection, yipee! Should we believe Park Ha Sun has a fetish for that particular brand of outdoor clothing or what?
I hate it when good shows get ruined by blatant uses of PPL.

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haha, no. M-limited is official sponsor for this drama (and probably 2 weeks as well), but the reason why they sponsored this drama also because JYJ (yoochun's group) is the official ambassador for M-limited. well, in business perspective, they wouldn't let this go in vain no?

besides, the product placement in this drama was not as apparent as the way samsung or LG putting in their product in every drama lol

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Park Ha Sun & fetish.

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Unfortunate word choice for me.

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Said above
Say it again here.

Not all fugitive dramas are the same. And not all timeline dramas are the same either. God's gift and 2weeks are heavily emotionally invested, it ran on an emotional base whereas 3days is totally different. To save your own daughter and to save a president who is still a stranger that may commit some crime, how can u expect them to be the same? Therefore I see the comparison to 2weeks or God's gift does no good for 3days, it makes ppl think they suppose to be the same and they expect the same vibe, but they are totally not, and head to 2 completely different directions. HTK is not also suspecting the president, but he has to save to him for the sake of a country, but mainly to answer his own question, it is too different from the other 2.

With that said, i am no way saying 2weeks is not good and 3days is better or LJK is not good. I think 2 weeks is good and since it finished its run, the review on it is more complete, and it may be a way better drama than 3days first 4 eps, but it did have many plot holes. However since it hits the emotional parts of viewers, it distracts viewers from many of those plotholes, which is not a bad thing. I think a good drama has plotholes too… having some plotholes doesn’t mean it is a bad drama.

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Seems the viewers and recappers who compare these 3 shows are not as what you think, according to the aspects in their comments. A taste they want are how much the suspense these shows are delivering.

I also think the other 2 shows have higher stakes than 3 days aside from their emotional vibes. It's right the writer has idea but the audience that still can't be drawn much into it is the execution. And, the car explosions are not enough yet to be called thrilling.
The writing still needs to be more logical like the US series if it wants to divert from the Asian culture.
That also doesn't mean 3 days is not interesting at all, just want to it to be a better thrilling ride in the later eps. It should be a so intense drama since it's a presidential plot, the national...

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We don't want another rehash of 2 weeks or gods gift for 3 days -- we want it the way it grabs us, either emotionally or thrillingly, which i'll admit from my own opinion -- is a bit lacking from this show. The more invested the viewers are, the more we love the show.
It's not because 3 days doesn't have the high stakes or the same emotional thrill(like in 2 weeks/gods gift) to work with, it's just the writer chooses not to include the emotional stories of the characters, their backgrounds, or relationships to other characters.

Here's my opinion: the stakes would be so much higher if the writer developed more of Tae Kyung and the President's relationship. What if tae-kyung hero-worshipped the president(we got a small inkling during flashback to his rookie days), maybe along the way realizes that perhaps the president isn't as perfect as he'd seem? Perhaps that's part of the journey then -- not to just save him, but help clear his name. You gotta show these things to the audience, not just expect them to make that extrapolation.

If you watched this writer's previous works (ghost, sign), then you will see that it is more of her style for mystery, action, and intrigue without much emotional stakes. I watched both shows and was entertained, but it never did much for me after it ended.
People are not making the comparison to bring so and so show down, but because we want it to rise to such levels and make us care the way those shows did.
Again this is just our constructive criticism for the show, we do not have a vendetta against it -- i particularly like everyone on the cast and want it to do well.

I am ready to accept that this show may not get there, but that's okay, cause i'm still in it for now.

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@ohlala

Agree about 2 Weeks being heavily emotionally invested. Precisely because it is emotionally too heavy, I gave up after 2 episodes coz I don't like that kind of theme. NOT because it is no good. Whether it is good or no good, I leave it to those who have watched 2 Weeks to judge.

I note that some of the comments here like to compare dramas. While I supposed it is inevitable if some dramas fall under the big overall "mystery" or "action" gender, but I do wish that those negative comments are stemmed from this drama itself rather than from comparing with other dramas (which are not similar at all). I know, it's wishful thinking coz we like to compare so much!

Again I say this. 3 Days is NOT an emotionally heavy drama. It is supposed to be a mystery with political color. It is probably NOT about the angst of Tae Kyung or his "love" for anyone in particular. It is about WHAT HAPPENED in 1998? WHO DIED THEN? WHY? WHAT HAS THIS EVENT GO TO DO WITH THE PRESIDENT'S MURDER NOW in 2014? WHO ARE THOSE VERY HIGH-UP-THERE POWERFUL PEOPLE WHO PLAYED THE CRUCIAL ROLE IN THE CONFIDENTIAL FILE 1998 INCIDENT? etc. etc.

PS. According to my Korean teacher, she said that there were many hush hush incidents between N Korea and S Korea in those days. A lot of things were left unrevealed, including deaths. Such incidents are actually very REAL to S Koreans.

Not exciting? Well, that's just you.

To me, it sounds very intriguing and exciting. I want to find out more.

3 Days, Fighting!

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I was to check comments of 3 days while reading recapper's comments, whether to resume it or not after the ep.1-2 watch. Now watching 2 weeks till ep.9, and I see here some talking about 2w/3d/gg-14.
Of course, different viewers have different opinions, but it's likely some viewers including the bloggers want 3 days more to be mysterious yet intense in which I did wishful so due to their promotions.

Anyway since I've read the comments, wasn't it 3 days fans begin throw the comparisons to it with 2 weeks though no one here critised 3 days with the other 2 shows? Then those who watched 2 weeks (I'm loving now as well) explained to the negative opinions of some 3 days lovers on viewers who like 2 weeks more than 3 days. I found them reasonable than some which changed the direction with tricky words to make those comments to be the negative ones.

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Excuse me, I'm one of those who talked about other drama titles aside 3 days. Just mentioning and didn't compare them with 3 days though, read them well please~

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This episode was THE BEST

I can't wait for the next episode
What I like about this drama i that I am never bored, even in the small scenes that are not that significant I find myself engaged

Personally I choose to continue a drama when its entertaining me, I don't want to over-analyze things, I already have real life to keep me occupied with that, I just want to watch something and enjoy it and this drama is doing a great job at that, and I happen to adore the leads, that a huge plus

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My favorite character is Team Leader Ham. I think I'm having an ajusshi crush on Jang Hyun-sung. Seeing him so dorky and heodang in The Return of Superman with his sons, it's so hard to believe him punching women here, but I guess that's just testament to the fact that he's a great actor because I actually buy it. I wanted to punch him back when I saw him do that with Cha-young.

I think this is the first time I'm actually excited to watch the next episode now that they've shown that the 1998 thing.

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Seriously, it's like seeing two different people, Jang Hyun Sung as Juno & Junseo appa then Jang Hyun Sung as Scary Chief Ham..He is so good that I need to watch The Return of Superman everytime I finished watching 3 Days..haha..
Same goes to Yoochun, I need to dig his cute dorky pictures/videos after that..Good job to all cast!

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Welcome, Averagerobot! Okay, I simply MUST force myself to watch this. I hate governmental thrillers and that's my hurdle. But i love Mickey so much...maybe I should push more. Thanks.

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An excellent episode. I just love this show! I really like all the characters, even Cha-young now. I can't wait to see where this takes us!

Thanks for the recap!

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looking forward to the next episode. here to support YC all the way. :) this genre suits him really well but my gut feeling tells me, he's going to do more in the next episodes. keep the support coming guys!

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The ending is killing me!!! Gimme epi 5 now! :D
I'm seriously loving this drama currently..brilliant plot and great acting! it's balance..

anyway thanx for the recap averagerobot and welcome..great recap, I love it ;)

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I feel like they revealed way too much.. idk like it's ep 4 but we already know who are bad guys and who are good ones, well... and Cha Young will out chief Ham..

hmmm, I don't understand why...

but welcome, averagerobot, and thank you for recap^^

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Do we REALLY know who is bad and who is good? Too early to tell!! ^^

There could be red-herrings.......

I'm keeping my mind opened. Bo Won could be BAD!

I'd love it if twists like this happen!!

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no, no, Bo Won, this adorable cutie~~~ she can not be bad^^

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what do you mean too much has been revealed? i think there's a lot of confusing parts here. it's one of those dramas that give you the impression you've got it all figured out only to be proven wrong towards the end. if the president's the culprit then it's gonna be like angels and demons all over again. lol. but i'm positive things will take a turn for the better as far as this drama's plot is concerned.

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well, yes, probably it is just the impression =)

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somehow i just don't understand the comparisons. 14 days, 2 weeks, 3 days - these time-driven dramas are not the same! it's weird how people are already criticizing way too much or drawing conclusions when there are still 12 episodes to go.

how will you know something suits your taste unless you see it through to the end? there are prerequisites that every writer must follow in order to create a thriller drama. i think 3 days is getting there, but people have to hold their horses and refrain from making hasty generalizations.

i've enjoyed the series so far. hope the others will give it a chance. :D

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There are just 2 comments which started these conversations, the first is a 3 day fanatic which seemed bashful to 2 weeks, and the other is also another 3 day fan who misunderstood to what tastes some other viewers are expecting. The left replied ones to them, including me, were to clear their negativies towards viewers who aren't much into this show. There were no comparisons between these 3 shows or no conclusive criticism to 3 days at all in the replied ones. Hope you would read all those comments carefully :)

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I enjoy 3 days too! Not to the top yet though. I wish we viewers should step back one another if having different aspects on a show and I too think that the ones who criticize a show are not the weirds but the source that started a fire is undeniably weird.

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Oops... some viewers just can't accept the different opinions of others. Even some of those who aren't much into the show are not saying they will stop watching it. Criticism should be welcome what episode a drama reaches.
One start to try dragging down a finished quality drama, and others which have different views upon it was being called like they are the ones who started the comparisons. Aren't they judge who started the criticism? Of course, a fan of 3 days ;)

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BIG PLOT TWIST! Han Tae Kyung is the bad guy! LOL But seriously everything is possible in this drama, for all we know Taekyung wanted to kill the president too to avenge his father because he knows something. Everyone could all have hidden agendas even Bowon. Doesn't it seems strange the she so badly wants to help Taekyung and solve his father's case etc. when it really has nothing to do with her and her getting involve may ruin her life but she still choose to put herself in danger.

SEE SO TRUST NO ONE!!

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LOL now that would spoil everything. but you gotta admit, YC looked absolutely stunning! lol

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Great intro. I think I need to ketchup.

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