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Three Days: Episode 12

The drama gods must have been smiling on me this week. How else can you explain two dynamite episodes of Three Days back-to-back? With a little less mystery and lot more focus on character, Thursday’s episode seems to have gotten us a bit closer to the recipe for a perfect Three Days.

 
EPISODE 12 RECAP

Something bad is on the way. We know that Chairman Kim has stolen an enormous amount of dynamite, we know he’s planning to use it soon, but where and when is anybody’s guess.

At the Blue House, the president is attempting to talk Chairman Kim down. He knows that Kim’s driving passion is to make himself filthy rich, so he reasons with him: with the new executive order just signed by the prime minister, Kim will never get his big pay day, even if he sets off the bomb or creates a second IMF crisis.

Looking a little desperate, Kim asks the president to join him. All the talk about the Yangjinri incident will disappear once the nation is focused on the new IMF crisis. The people will look to President Lee, an economics expert, to lead them. Of course President Lee declines this generous offer, and seems a little shocked by just how insane Chairman Kim really is, which makes me think the president hasn’t been paying very close attention.

President Lee asks Kim once more to call it off, but Kim says it’s gone too far already. There are billions of dollars in this thing and not just from Kim. Even if he drops it, the others involved will move forward without him. The president has a hunch about who the other investors might be: his former employer, Falcon.

He tries to get Chairman Kim to reveal the location of the explosives, but Kim plays dumb. With insufficient evidence to arrest him, he’s free to saunter out of the Blue House.

Meanwhile, Tae-kyung and Bo-won are analyzing the GPS data from the assassin’s cell phone to determine where he might have taken the explosives after the route to Daeseungri was blocked. They track his movements to Jaesin headquarters, then to the hospital to inquire about Cha-young’s condition.

Before returning to the hospital to get himself shot by Bo-won, he stopped for two hours at a location that appears on the map as an empty lot. Nothing suspicious about that, right? Bo-won and Tae-kyung hop in their cars to go check it out.

At the hospital, Prosecutor Choi’s shady assistant has identified the assassin as an American marine who served as a mercenary for Falcon. When Choi asks to see the assassin’s personal belongings, the assistant reminds him that this case doesn’t fall under his jurisdiction. But just as it’s happened to all our other good guys before him, Choi has finally become desperate enough to adopt an ends-justify-the-means philosophy.

When they reach their destination, Tae-kyung and Bo-won are confused. A vacant lot in a quiet residential area? Why would Kim set off his bomb where it would have so little impact? They split up to search for the explosives anyhow.

Willing to try anything to stop the impending disaster, President Lee phones one of Chairman Kim’s cohorts, the NIS director, to plead for his help. “We’re talking about hundreds of lives!” he says, but the message seems to fall on deaf ears. President Lee’s calm exterior is seriously beginning to crack as he orders the NIS director to put a stop to it.

Tae-kyung and Bo-won continue to look for the bomb, but with so little time and so much ground to cover, their search is getting more and more frantic.

Prosecutor Choi calls Tae-kyung to tell him about a piece of paper with numbers written on it that was found on the assassin. As he reads off the numbers, Tae-kyung scans his surroundings, trying to make sense of it all. Nothing seems to add up until the very last number, 5129-2318, matches the numbers on a passing bus.

A suspicious man in a dark suit is aboard that bus, a briefcase with blinking lights at his side. The bomb, I presume?

At a nearby bus station, Tae-kyung and Bo-won verify that all the numbers on the page correspond to buses — and all four of them are headed for the center of Seoul in the middle of rush hour. If each bus carries a bomb, that city’s in big trouble. They notify the authorities and hop into Tae-kyung’s car to chase after bus 2318. See, this is where I would be headed in the opposite direction of the exploding bus, but I guess that’s why I’m not the star of any action dramas.

The dark-suited man gets off of bus 2318, but he seems to have left his blinking-light bomb behind. The other numbered buses are also stopping to let anonymous men in black off. The bombs are in place, the bombers on their way to safety, and the buses continue to speed toward the crowded city center.

From their respective offices, Chairman Kim and President Lee are tensely keeping watch over the security camera footage of the buses’ progress. The police are on their way, but will they be able to stop it in time?

Tae-kyung catches up to bus 2318 and uses his vehicle to create a road block, stopping the bus in its tracks. With Bo-won right behind him, he boards the bus in search of the bomb and orders the bewildered passengers to debark.

The men in black, who have been keeping an eye on the situation, telephone Chairman Kim for further instructions. They’ll have to do something quickly, as the police and bomb squads are now searching and evacuating the other buses.

Just as the briefcases containing the bombs are located, Kim gives the order: “Set it off.” Tae-kyung is staring right into the bomb on bus 2318 as it starts counting down from 20 seconds…

16… 15… 14… The president stands with eyes glued to the monitors, powerless to affect the events he watches unfolding.

11… 10… 9… Chairman Kim leans back in his chair and closes his eyes. He can relax now; this one’s in the bag.

8… 7… 6… Not so fast! In a surprise move, the NIS director whom the president spoke to earlier dials up the men in black with a different order: “Withdraw now!” The men in black look at one another, unsure whose orders to follow, and the numbers on the clock keep dropping…

5… 4… 3… The clock stops.

Tae-kyung relaxes, expelling the breath he’s been holding for the past 17 seconds. The bomb squads deactivate the explosives, but there are no victory cries from the president — just tears welling up in his eyes.

The NIS director storms into Chairman Kim’s penthouse in a rage. How could the chairman do this without discussing it first? This is no podunk town like Yangjinri; this is Seoul!

Kim can’t believe his plan was foiled by this puny underling, but the NIS director has some powerful people on his side. He’s been speaking to Falcon. With the president’s executive order about to become law, they don’t stand to gain anything by bombing Seoul. Falcon’s orders are to drop it and wait for another opportunity to present itself.

Kim’s whole world is falling down around him — never tell a control freak he’s been overruled. He takes his frustration out on his office phone, beating it against the desktop and flipping his computer monitors while screaming to the heavens. It makes him feel a little better.

Tae-kyung finds Bo-won sitting on a curb. It looks like their big ordeal is over. He congratulates her on a job well done, taking her hand to help her up off the ground. They hold hands just a little too long and let go just a little too quickly, clearly uncomfortable with the sparks flying between them. In the world of Three Days, I’m pretty sure this counts as getting to second base.

Of course it’s much too early in the episode for everything to be tied up with a pretty bow. Chairman Kim gets a worrisome call from the assassin with the lizard tattoo: “What should I do with the last bomb?”

Tae-kyung plans to visit Cha-young at the hospital. Bo-won says she’ll stop by there as well, before heading back to her hometown.

They’re interrupted when the Blue House security director calls with an update. The explosives have all been recovered — 20 kilograms of dynamite from each of the four buses. But something’s not adding up for Tae-kyung. Didn’t Bo-won determine that at least 100 kilograms had been stolen? Tae-kyung realizes what we already know — there’s one more bomb unaccounted for.

Tae-kyung’s mind races through the timeline they established for the assassin transporting the bombs. Something occurs to him that they had overlooked. The assassin returned to Cha-young’s hospital at 8:30 PM, but he didn’t try to kill her until after ten. What was he doing during those two hours?

A flashback gives us the answer. The assassin was placing a bomb into the trunk of a car in the hospital parking garage.

Chairman Kim responds to Lizard Tattoo’s question: “The last bomb? Detonate it now.” The assassin obeys and starts a 20-second countdown to the final explosion.

As Bo-won heads to her vehicle, Tae-kyung thinks back to the promise Chairman Kim made that people around him would continue to die and he suddenly knows where to find the last bomb — it’s in Bo-won’s car! He runs after her, calling her name to stop her. When the explosion detonates, the force of the blast knocks both of them off their feet.

Tae-kyung is momentarily stunned, but Bo-won lies motionless on the ground, helpless to protect herself from Lizard Tattoo who is approaching to check out the effects of his handiwork.

Tae-kyung leaps to his feet, charges toward him, and the fight is on. At first they seem to be evenly matched, but with Bo-won’s life on the line, Tae-kyung is hulking out. He throws Lizard Tattoo against the burning wreckage and connects with sharp jabs to the face, one after the other. In short order, Lizard Tattoo is down for the count.

Tae-kyung rushes to tend to Bo-won, but she remains unresponsive even as he shouts her name over and over again through tears. Just when it begins to feel like she’s really done for, her eyes open. Tae-kyung cradles her in his protective arms still weeping, only now it’s tears of joy.

At the same time, the results of the impeachment vote are being announced. With more than half of the Assembly abstaining, the bill fails to pass.

President Lee ought to feel secure in his position once again, but even as he hears the good news, he knows it’s not over yet. Chairman Kim will never give up.

March 11, 8:00 PM. 72 hours after the motion for impeachment. Impeachment failed.

March 14, 8:30 PM.

Three days (and one half hour) later, the president and Chairman Kim stand on a bridge, staring into each other’s eyes. From down the road, back in his secret service attire, Tae-kyung runs toward them with such a look of urgency in his eyes you just know something major is about to go down. But not yet…

72 hours ago. March 11, 8:30 PM.

Chairman Kim’s two assassins are both taken into police custody for their connection to the bombings. A news report indicates that the investigation will continue until the mastermind behind the plot is discovered.

Prosecutor Choi knows just where to begin. Accompanied by his entourage and armed with a search warrant, he barges into Kim’s penthouse. The chairman hardly looks up as Choi’s staff begin seizing documents, computers, and anything that’s not nailed down.

Kim is brought into police headquarters for interrogation. Unfortunately, he lays all the blame on the assassins and without concrete evidence the police can’t hold him.

Tae-kyung and Bo-won are at the same building to identify Lizard Tattoo as the car bomber. When they run into Chairman Kim in the hallway, Tae-kyung can’t control himself and punches Kim in the mouth, splitting his lip. Kim is lucky that they’re in a police station, Tae-kyung says, or he would have finished him then and there.

But Chairman Kim has a scarier threat to make. Forget what he said before about not killing Tae-kyung. He’s coming after everyone who’s gotten in his way, and that includes Bo-won, Cha-young, and the president, too. (It’s never too late to correct a mistake, I guess.) It starts tomorrow morning, Kim warns.

After requesting an increase in Cha-young’s police protection, Tae-kyung prepares to say goodbye to Bo-won again as she departs for home. Just then, a vehicle comes speeding toward them and Tae-kyung instinctively pulls Bo-won close to him, but the innocent car swerves around them. I guess everyone’s still a little on edge.

He takes her back to his place and invites her to stay over — you know, so he can keep an eye on her. (Uh-huh, I’ve heard that line before…) Always the protector, he gives Bo-won some of his clothes to sleep in and checks the locks on the bedroom windows before giving her his bed to sleep in. He’ll be out on the sofa, like a true gentleman.

Tae-kyung pokes his head back into the bedroom because he forgot something. A scandalous, stolen kiss? No such luck. He just wants to let her know about the wooden sword he keeps by the bed. ‘Night then.

Late that night, Tae-kyung is having trouble sleeping, maybe because of the stressful six days he’s just endured, or maybe because he left every light in the apartment on. Either way, he checks on Bo-won who is sound asleep, then takes down a framed photo of himself and some of his former secret service chums.

He pulls the photo out of the frame to read the message on the back, a reminder of his pledge to give his whole self for the protection of one person. It leads him to think of Chairman Kim’s promise to kill the president. I feel a renewed sense of duty coming on.

Back at his penthouse, Chairman Kim appears to have found a replacement for his incarcerated assassins: a former employee of Falcon who accepts a briefcase full of money in exchange for doing whatever Kim asks. Kim punches the newbie in the face for taking Falcon’s orders over his. “From now on,” Kim tells him, “if I say kill, you kill.”

And Kim’s power trip is just getting started. He has the backstabbing NIS director abducted and taken to a secret location, where the director discovers Kim has already murdered Secretary Min, another of their partners in crime.

The NIS director pleads for his life, but Kim is looking to dispose of anyone with firsthand knowledge of his misdeeds. He walks away, ordering his men to finish the job.

In the morning, Tae-kyung calls one of his secret service buddies to come over. The agent lets himself in and walks right into the bedroom where he discovers a sleeping Bo-won. Tae-kyung tells him it’s not what it looks like. He asks the agent to stay and watch over her while he steps out. “If you try anything, you’re dead,” he adds as an afterthought.

The president and Prosecutor Choi discuss the NIS director’s death. It was made to look like a suicide, but President Lee is certain Chairman Kim is behind it. They have to stop him, but Choi still hasn’t found enough evidence to make the arrest.

Choi’s assistant bursts into the room with an urgent message: the body of Secretary Min has been found, another staged suicide.

The president plans a meeting with Chairman Kim, but Tae-kyung arrives at the Blue House as he’s preparing to leave. Understanding the danger involved, Tae-kyung wants to accompany the president to his meeting. The president warns him that Kim can become even more dangerous when he decides to, because he has the weapons company Force One at his disposal.

Although the president plans to resign soon, Tae-kyung asks for the privilege of rejoining the secret service in the meantime. A few days ago, the president requested Tae-kyung’s protection and he would be honored to grant that request now.

The look of pride on his face when he receives his old name badge and pin says it all. Although his fellow agents rag on him a little (“Did you enjoy your rest?”), he suits up to join them as they accompany the president to his meeting.

Against her bodyguard’s better judgment, Bo-won decides to go alone to visit Cha-young at the hospital. There are police officers there; it’s perfectly safe… right?

When Bo-won arrives, Cha-young is giving testimony about the evidence she uncovered linking Chairman Kim and the late Secretary Shin to the bus bombings. But she’s a little confused — weren’t the special prosecutors only supposed to be looking into the Yangjinri incident? That’s right. She’s been talking to the shady assistant from Prosecutor Choi’s office.

Remembering that someone from the prosecutor’s office fed her bad information about Cha-young’s phony witness protection, Bo-won starts to put two and two together. As she and Cha-young are bottled up alone with the enemy, she knows better than to let on about her suspicions (but I’d feel a lot better if they got out of there ASAP).

At his meeting with Chairman Kim in an empty sporting arena, President Lee threatens to create another special executive order, a 100% tax on all fraudulent accounts created for the purposes of tax evasion. He cautions Kim to think carefully — he’s losing all his allies and he’ll be locked up behind bars very soon.

Kim reminds him that it was Lee himself who created the monster he is today. Anything that happens now is on the president’s conscience.

At the hospital, Bo-won excuses herself to go get some drinks, but as she turns to leave, Shady Assistant Prosecutor stops her. “You have a very familiar voice,” he says with a dangerous smirk.

Out in the hallway, a new set of officers come to relieve the current security detail, but something about their heavy-lidded sideways glances tells me that they are not to be trusted.

Chairman Kim asks the president who he supposes will be the first to die. We may get the answer a lot sooner than we’d like, because hidden high above the arena is a sniper taking aim. But who’s he working for? And more importantly, who’s the target: Chairman Kim, the president, or Tae-kyung?

 
COMMENTS

There’s so much good going on here, I hardly know where to begin. The intriguing flash-forward glimpse of things to come, the suspenseful bus bombs sequence (actual, meaningful clocks!), Tae-kyung and Bo-won’s slumber party…

It was an episode full of winning moments, but the majority of my focus was on the two big character transformations going on in this episode. I’m talking about Chairman Kim’s downward spiral and subsequent rebound, and Tae-kyung regaining his sense of self.

As I’ve said before, I never really bought Kim holding off on killing Tae-kyung in order to make him suffer more. It felt like the writer was trying to make excuses for his inexplicable behavior and it also made him seem impotent. Knowing almost for certain that no harm would come to Tae-kyung, their scenes together stopped feeling dangerous. After this episode, that’s all changed. Kim’s a looser cannon than ever and back to being the scary villain he once was.

It’s part of a larger change that Kim undergoes in this episode, one that’s all wrapped up in his need for control. His big master plan falls apart, he loses his right-hand men, and it sends him into a state of complete despair. The scene where he destroys his telephone may have been a little heavy-handed, but it certainly got the point across that something was going seriously wrong in Kim’s brain.

The big turning point is when Tae-kyung hits him in the face at the police station. All at once, he’s done messing around and ready to take action. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the next time we see him, he’s bloodying his new employee’s lip just as Tae-kyung did to him. From that point on, his actions build upon each other up until the end of the episode as he seizes control of the situation once again.

Although I don’t quite understand what prompts Tae-kyung’s transformation in this episode (looking at the old photo?), it definitely helps with the shift into the final block of three days. The previous set of three days was about Tae-kyung losing his identity and flailing around as he tried to figure out who he was going to become. Now he’s got his head back on straight and realizes that he is who he always was.

Putting him back in his secret service garb is an excellent visual expression of how he’s come full circle, but it would be wrong to think of it as a backslide to exactly how he was before his father’s death. He’s had the experience of being forced to question his most deeply held beliefs, and rather than losing his identity because of it, the process has strengthened his sense of self. That’s not a backslide at all; that’s progress.

Watching our characters continue to grow and change is fantastic, but if there’s one thing in this episode I enjoyed even more than that, it was the president’s little cardigan sweater. Come on, it’s adorable.

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yoochunie, you've aged much!

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Don't we all? :-) I think it looks good on him however. He has also gained a little bit of weight, at least since his Rooftop Prince days, which was two years ago. I also think that that weight gain looks good on him. His cheeks are fuller, and his face is rounder, and he is still cute.

I really like the way he looks in this drama. He looks in shape, and everything has fallen in the right places. I think he looks good, and attractive. He will be turning 28 this June (he is 29 in Korea), and to me, he looks his age, which I am assuming was also what they were going for, regarding HTK's age (someone in his 20s or early 30s, I am assuming). His colleagues look young as well, like they would be in their 20s. Viki and drama-wiki did not give us HTK's age (sometimes they mention the character's age, if that is available), so to me PYC looks the part.

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I love the cardigan. When I was dating my husband, he would wear cardigans and argyle sweaters. What is it about a brainy guy in a sweater?

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Hello houstontwin,

I loved the cardigan as well. I thought it looked good on the Pres. and I also thought that it gave him a softer image. Whenever I think of Son Hyun Joo, I always imagine this serious ahjussi who has gravitas. I have never seen him in a comedic role, so I don't know what he look like, and how he would come across the screen. So, like you and like averagerobot, I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the Pres. looking not so presidential, and going for a somewhat casual wear, for a change. It makes me wonder if SHJ came up with the idea of wearing that cardigan, or if his stylist (if he has one), suggested it.

I have rewatched this ep. and one thing I have noticed is that the make-up is well done in this drama for the actors and the actresses. I have been paying attention to that over the episodes, and the men never look like they are wearing make-up. BW's make-up is also well done, as she looks like she is wearing none too. I remember that one of my gripes with City Hunter was that LMH's make-up was obvious throughout the episodes, and that it was not well done. It looked like the make-up had been pasted on him (so not a natural look). That can be quite distracting, and it makes one wonder about what their make-up person was thinking while doing their make-up and retouches. I will not even address some of the outfits those actors and actresses wear, because that's a whole other topic. I know that in this drama, the agents basically have to wear their suits, and the Pres., KDJ, the Blue House staff, and the bad guys have to dress up, and I would still like to say that they do look good in their outfits (those outfits are well fitted on them). I personally feel that it adds to the feeling and the tone of the drama.

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I also wanted to say a quick sorry. For some reason, I clicked on "submit comment" while I was still reading my comment, to edit it. So my comment went through with some mistakes:
1--"I don’t know what he look like, and how he would come across the screen." I meant to say, "I don’t know what he looks like, and how he would come across, on the screen."

2--Regarding my comments about the make-up (especially on men) in this drama, I was paying particularly attention during the close-up scenes, when we could see their faces. I am sure they are wearing make-up because of the (extra) lighting, and because they are on camera, however, their skin just looks like there is nothing on it. And their eyes don't seem to have make-up either (I was expecting to see some mascara or something).
I have been impressed with that aspect of the drama (and it's just my personal opinion). Some of the actors' lips are quite dry though (including PYC at times). They need to use some chapsticks, I think. Kim Soo-hyun for example, in You From Another Star, never had dry lips. It was kind of interesting, because he never did. He must have paid attention to those kinds of details (and so did I, obviously).

Also, I loved the personal info you mentioned about your husband, that was so cute. I think argyle sweaters give the person a clean and "sophisticated" look, without the person trying too hard, or looking like s/he tried too hard (that's how it feels like to me). And to this, "What is it about a brainy guy in a sweater?" I think it inspires trust from others, a sense of safety, a sense of someone being (maybe) a little (or a lot) old fashioned, and depending on the person, a certain warmth even.

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Thanks so much for the recap! The ending for this ep. left me nervous, once again: BW and LCY are alone at the hospital with the mole, and the fake policemen at the door (and there are more men than the last time BW fought), and TK and the Prdt could be shot at in the next ep. I know that TK will at least still be alive until ep. 16, and I am hoping that the Prdt will be as well, yet I am still nervous.

I was thinking about averagerobot when I watched ep. 11, and I was glad to see that not only was LCY in a coma for a short time (one ep. if that), but also that she had been well enough to at least be able to give more info about what she knew. Some of it unfortunately went to the wrong person (the mole). And KDJ continues to be crazy, greedy and evil (I can’t say that I am too surprised), intending to see his evil plan to the end. A walking time bomb, as LDH called him. I find him childish for not wanting to take responsibility for his actions, blaming them all on Prdt Lee (at least twice in this ep.), and having the gall to propose to Prdt Lee that he joined him again for Yangjinri 2 or a created IMF crisis (what part of “no” don’t you understand, KDJ?). I did love it when he lost it in his office, when the bombs were disarmed and stopped. CWY was awesome in that scene. At the same time, I am also relieved that Prdt Lee is as resolved (again) to stop KDJ, it is exciting for me to see how it will play out. And the 2 (main) KDJ’s minions being finally caught was great!

My heart was racing while they were looking for the explosives, and while they were trying to disarm them. I was glad that the impeachment attempt failed. The Prdt has a little more time to try and achieve his goal. I also loved it when TK punched KDJ in the face, and when he told him, “try if you can (to kill me and the people I care about).” That was so gratifying! (Hello aceprincess). Though not gratifying was the killing of CEO MYK and of NIS Dir. BTY. I think the body count (of dead people) when this drama is over, might be close to or more than the 24 people who died in Yangjinri.
I was elated to see TK asking to be brought back to the PSS, and equally glad when he was allowed to be back. His director giving him a hard time was cute and his colleagues seemed happy to see him back as well. The scene taking place on March 14 seems foreboding. I wonder if we will have to wait until ep. 16 to find out what happened.

I can really feel this drama nearing its end, with the fight now being mostly between Prdt Lee, KDJ, and TK, with some of the main players (or important ones) being gone (Sec. Shin, HBS, Major Rhee, CEO MYK and NIS Dir. BTY). I hope that the writer will be able to keep the intensity until ep. 15 (at least), or 16 (if necessary). I am hoping for a little more fanservice with BW and TK in ep. 16, mostly because I am assuming that the fight between KDJ, Prdt Lee and TK might go until ep. 15 or 16. I guess we will find out soon enough.

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From the beginning of the ep. I felt that something might happen to BW, and I felt nervous when she 1st said she wanted to go back to her town. And this was before I even got to the scene where KDJ threatened TK, telling him that he would kill him and all those around him. As we know, it’s not as if KDJ had not try to kill BW before.

I had mentioned in a previous comment in a past recap (like Jen in last recap), that I would be OK if there were no romance in this drama. However, seeing these scenes in this ep. (TK saving BW from the bomb explosion and from the incoming car, TK and BW being awkward with each other on the street and at his home, TK holding her hand right after the bombs had been disarmed), made me change my mind in a NY mn. I love the way TK looks at BW, which at times shows how much he cares about her, and actually likes her. In those moments, I can see more of the aura/feeling of gentleness that PYC gives off, the gentleness that Jen wrote about, in her last comment. I love seeing that side of TK, and I love that it gives him layers. He was taught to be in control for work, and not feel, just think and execute, die for your president or your colleagues. He didn’t drink (originally) or maybe didn’t know how to relax among his peers and superiors. He is awkward when faced with romantic emotions.

Though I do understand why they would be awkward: they just met a few days ago, and they have been battling life and death crises and situations. There has not been much time to think about romance, as some of the beanies pointed out in past recaps. I feel that we could see it coming though: TK generally does care, and he seemed concerned when BW was shot in an earlier ep. Also, in ep. 11, when TK and BW were in LCY’s room (and in other scenes), two songs were played, and they have been played often. Eun-ji’s It’s You, and SYJ’s song. Those songs speak of love, but also of emptying the person you love (from your heart, I am assuming), erasing that person. Both songs seem quite sad, and the lyrics have me a little worried for our OTP, to be honest.

I do love TK and BW together (they really work well), and I will admit that I am now looking forward to a romantic side of the plot for them. They look so cute together! I also really loved that scene, when TK thought that BW was deeply hurt. PYC was just excellent there: the hurt, the fear, the desperation in his voice, on his face, the tears, the rocking her back and forth, calling her repeatedly, etc… I really felt TK’s anguish at not knowing if she was OK or not. I did smile though, when BW almost got hit by the car, because I felt that we already knew, TK should not be letting BW go home. As expected, in the next scene, he took her home.

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One of my favorite lines in this ep. was “my eyes have to see you, so that my mind can be at ease,” spoken by TK. I loved how he expressed his concern. “I have to know that you are OK, I have to see it with my eyes, for me not to worry.” Given that he was warned by KDJ, (who made good on his promise), I would say TK was not paranoid. And I loved his friend, “Oh, THAT is BW?. What is going on between you guys?” And TK’s reaction was priceless. It’s equally gratifying that BW feels the same way about him (PHS makes a great awkward and self-conscious BW, and so does PYC).

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Man, I thought we had plenty of crazy rich guys on this side of the water, but CEO Kim makes the Koch Brothers look like the Smothers Brothers. Someone needs to put him down like a rabid dog, and soon.

Moon Balloon and Cha-Mole-Young being bad-ass together, coming soon!

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Hello Quiet Thought,

LOL at "Moon Balloon and Cha-Mole-Young being bad-ass together, coming soon!" I am looking forward to it.

I have actually enjoyed CEO Kim in this drama, I think partly because I usually wonder what he will do next. Another reason is because he is a fictional character, even though there are people who are that money and power hungry in the world (unfortunately). Maybe because I don't think CEO Kim will win in the end, I keep being interested in the execution of the plot. Another added point is that I am really enjoying Choi Won-young's performance as KDJ, especially after having seen him in Heirs, where he was lovable and kind of mellow. I am really glad I am getting to see this kind of acting from CWY.

***SPOILERS*** for those who have not seen The King 2 Hearts: KDJ reminds me of Yoon Je-moon's character in TK2Hs, Kim Bong-gu (John Mayer), the villain for that drama. KBG was eccentric, extremely wealthy and very powerful (both financially and politically). And he had it for the king, he wanted the king to acknowledge how powerful he was, and he wanted the king to abdicate his throne, so a leader who would be KBG's puppet, would be in power (since the king didn't want to do that). And like KDJ, KBG did not mind killing people, not one bit.

The other similarity I see between this drama and the TK2Hs, is the way relations between NK and SK are explored, and exploited (by both villains), to eventually benefit the bad guys. The heroes in both dramas are also around the same age, and they both go through a growth process that makes them fight the bad guy toward the end. In the K2Hs, the hero "wins" though he loses a close friend and army member. We are still waiting to see how this drama will end, though we do know that the number of dead people has not been small, so far. One of the main differences I see between the two dramas is that KDJ was fed ideas by the Pres., whereas KBG came up with his own ideas to implement his goals.

I have found both dramas to be very interesting, especially because of the issues they tackle, which are not light or simple, and probably not very popular as well. The K2Hs also had a fairly good budget, and it showed (and that budget was well used). In spite of some of their flaws (in both dramas), I have appreciated the commitment shown from all involved, as well as how much these two dramas have made me think.

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The business of War is profitable:

* Military Industrial Complex
* War profiteering
* Arms Industry (trafficking/dealing)

A war profiteer is any person or organization that profits from warfare or by selling weapons and other goods to parties at war. Profiteering may also occur during times of peace.

Tension between Capitalism and Democracy:

* Inherent to capitalism is inequality, fundamental to democracy is equality.
* Capitalism at its core is a system designed to tap the motivational force of self-interest.
* Profit motive is far greater than altruism.
* Powerful economic interests are able to exert disproportionate political influence and are likely to capture the state apparatus and use it to their advantage.

The mobility of capital/accumulation and concentration of wealth:

Can the prerogative of capital be curtailed, or must self-governing bodies/sovereign states accept the terms that corporations dictate?

Should society capitulate to capital, or demonstrate the justness of a properly wielded democratic state?

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This is a competent analysis, but too smart for most Kdrama plots. And it doesn't explain why macho Kdrama heroes all sleep with the lights on and catch colds whenever it rains on them.

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@ Quiet Thought

Sleeping with lights ON and catching a cold when it rains on them is what we call "drama"!! ^^

These other things are our usual suspects too ("drama") in kdramaland:

1. Extremely short recovery time (they're all Wolverin!)
2. Kissing when crying (so messy...... saliva, tears, urggh)
3. Cops who forever can't aim or shoot their targets correctly (who is capable of catching the villain/criminal man??! NO ONE! Well, except this super One True Protagonist, of course)
4. Hero or Heroines forever stuck with their past/first love (get a life dude!!)
5. No one ever seems to need sleep......

ETC ETC.

Sorry just joking (half-serious), but you get the picture!
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Lol nope don't be sorry you pretty much wrapped every single crime K drama show LOL

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this is so true, not only in the drama itself but also in real life.

with regards to those two questions at the bottom, well, they are hard to answer. affairs around the world would tell you that veering too much to either side is not a good thing, and people are still seeking that perfect balance.

as for the last question, the former is already happening, and the latter is rather hard to attain. i would not say that society should capitulate to capital, but it is already moving in that direction. (many countries are democratic capitalist?) and true democracy, at least in real life, hardly exists anyway.

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This episode actually is an eye opener for non-locals or maybe even locals to understand the position and situation of South Korea and North Korea-how it is between the two countries if ever an actual war takes place which eventually would effect its security and economy..I'm talking from political POV and I think it's a major development in Korean Dramaland taking into consideration where it ALWAYS involve love and ALWAYS involve makjang which actually puts me off. This variation is a welcome from me who thinks there's more to everyday life than only stories and makjang and birth secret.

That said..I love the Prez green sweater-it's cute! and thank goodness to TaeKyung who gets back to his real self in the previous episode and solidify his principals in this episode. Thank you for the recap averagerobot! and I'm anxiously waiting for the next episode to come~

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Yeah, the president's analysis of the political-economic balancing act on the peninsula is pretty interesting stuff. There is a similar discussion to be made about most military confrontations in this day and age, at least in the developed economies. One restraint on the Russian/NATO confrontation over the Ukraine is the way their economies are linked. The Russian stock market and financial markets are crashing, but is that going to make Putin more likely or less likely to start a war? And what would Anthony do if he were writing a script for that on-going drama?

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Yes-it's actually for people who are following the current world news and if this could be a real case scenario in which it is being played out between Russia and Ukraine right this moment. Russia would not back off from their interest in Ukraine while Ukraine is struggling to hold them back. What's happening in 3Days is what it is domestically-behind the scene-and the world will be watching. I think the scriptwriter had it all planned out brilliantly but execution could've been better but the idea was indeed really good and the couple episode has proven its capability of being very good and engaging.

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@ ana

Hi ana! Agree with you especially on how fresh this drama is, without much love line or makjang! This is exactly what Three Days is about, the bigger picture (war, politics, economics etc) and not i-love-you but you-love him, and no birth secrets or chaebol family fights!

*of course there are many complaining (over at soompi etc) about why NO love line and why the little love line comes so LATE.

If we look at how few the comments are here under Three Days, compared with other "trendy" dramas or dramas with pretty boys, we see that most kdrama viewers here in Dramabeans like/prefer romantic comedies. Its sad that a great drama like Three Days gets the skip by many (nevermind how huge this drama is elsewhere like on China's Tudo/Yukou etc) but I am definitely hoping that many will read our comments and give this a try!

Three Days i really a jam, people!

Three Days FIGHTING!~~~

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I appreciate the initiative that Korean dramaland is trying to give because not all stories involve love and I think they could learn with how JDrama has evolved-their stories are not constraint to birth secrets/makjang/love etc.

I think we see the subtle love connection between TaeKyung and BoWon and while I find it cute-basically because it's TaeKyung and even though he's really smart,he's also very straightforward and quite dense...but for all you know he's just masking it..It's still too early to gauge but it could blossom,though now, it's out of the question.

I don't visit soompi so I don't really know how a lot of them feels but I think this drama is a gem in which I think it's a knock to reality-it depicts a reality which could very well happen.

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I definitely prefer a good story to fluffy romance :). I don't like when romances are forced on us just because....

I have to admit that Three Days has not captured my attention. I've watched the episodes, read the recaps, and followed the comments. My reasons for not being grabbed by it have nothing to do with the lack of romance. I finally decided, however, to comment today. I tend to read more than comment. At least in my case, an absence of comments does not indicate whether or not I am watching something.

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few comments here does not really imply most viewers prefer romantic comedies.. it just indicates more prefer to comment on romantic comedies (sometimes even online arguments which can be very disturbing to readers). Three days is such a good drama that I enjoy every episode, but I won't comment on how much I enjoy it necessarily... maybe we should all give more praises from now on. thanks.

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Yes you're right! True that few comments doesn't mean little interest in a drama. Although I do wish that MORE people are interested enough to come leave comments and chat about it. I'm 1 of those who want to get stuff off my chest (rave, kyaaa, cry, drool etc) whenever I watch a drama that I like. I'll have loads to say, good and bad. Those who leave comments at the rom-com dramas here are probably similar, that they love/hate the drama so much that they want to talk about it.

Hopefully, we have more people who wants to chat about this drama. So many twists and surprises that I'm sure viewers have loads to discuss, good and bad.

Tomorrow can't come fast enough!

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That's true and I agree to that. I know I enjoyed it better since I am interested in political situation apart from liking the assemble. I just feel that it more appreciation as it is diverting ways from the norm of usual politics-we're now looking at Korea's politics relation with it's chaebols who controls the economy of the country..but the one upholding it is still the Government so for me-it's a very interesting insight.

I'm so glad I can express my opinions and share it with those who likes the story too ^^

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"He takes his frustration out on his office phone, beating it against the desktop and flipping his computer monitors while screaming to the heavens."---averagerobot

During Kim Do-Jin's temper tantrum as he was flipping the computers, all I could think about were:

* Requests for monetary donations to purchase classroom computers for kids attending low income/disadvantaged schools
* Request for monetary donations to purchase computers for adults in underserved communities.
* Mark Zuckerberg's plan to connect and expand global Internet access to the entire world with the launch of Internet.org.

Particulary now that I am more aware/enlightened about the hardships that many face trying to stay current with computer skills and technology that is always rapidly changing.

"Late that night, Tae-kyung is having trouble sleeping, maybe because of the stressful six days he’s just endured, or maybe because he left every light in the apartment on."---averagerobot

Yeah, I noticed too that Han Tae-Kyung hadn't turned off the lights in that part of his apartment as he tried to sleep.

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I don't remember exactly what was written on the back of the photo of Han Tae Kyung and his SS buddies- just the last bit about dying for the greater good or something. It's got me worried- Kdramas don't usually kill off main characters, right? Oh, the suspense!

You're funny comments in the recap had me laughing out loud, averagerobot-- thanks for getting the recap up for us!!

Since it appears the president and HTK both live until March 14th, I'm wondering how they're going to dodge the bullet coming at them in the end if this episode... Maybe Tae Kyung will look up and see the sniper?? I'm stumped, any ideas?

The slumber party is my favorite part, lol. The wooden sword...

Looking forward to discussion ^_^

-Katie

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And the awesom continues......! ^^

Thank you averagerobot, for the fun recap!

AGREE about the President's green sweater! This is just so........ RANDOM and "pastel" that I was starring at him, thinking I must have missed some "important" wardrobe-choosing scenes somewhere.

Surprised, frankly, by the gentle scenes between Tae Kyung and Bo Won..... I'm like, FINALLY some fire/sparks (no pun intended)!! And how apt was it that the gentle scenes (thanks Ivoire, for remembering my comments in the previous recap) were after a whole chain of exciting dynamite-track-down successes, when both our OTPs were exhausted yet glad that it's over! Where both of them hves some time and some space in their hearts to feel and even allowing themselves to be shy.....

So when finally we can all breathe and relax a little, SHOW decided to shower us with many other sides of our Tae Kyung! In ONE awesome episode!

1) Awkward as hell, as a boy/man with women (ok not just women, its a woman WHOM HE FINDS ATTRACTIVE AS A WOMAN, not as a friend/comrad like Cha Young).
2) POSSESSIVE towards his woman as any other man (so he's not someone whose head always comes first, but rather it depends on WHO the other is, he CHOOSES to use either his head - President or his heart- Bo Won) i can't get enough of his : "If you try anything, you're dead!" said ever so gently but deadly!
3) Hot-blooded as any young guy, towards THE EVIL and lose cannon, punching Kim in the POLICE STATION of all places!

(to be continued)

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Continue.....

OK God knows how many times I've repeated those tender scenes (not enough!) but I also love some of the other scenes.

Kim losing it...... Someone said above that to deny someone who thinks he's King and never been denied anything in his life, he will become the MOST unpredictable dangerous loose canon, ever. Still, he has his entire entourage of guards/SPs to do dirty stuff for him so although we see in the last scene that Tae Kyung or President could be killed by snipers, I doubt that this is the right timing for Kim to strike. He still has some plans up his sleeves. Killing the President or Tae Kyung will probably not help much now that his evil is out in the open.

March 14, I have a really bad feeling about March 14. This scene looks surreal/unreal because there is no other SP there except for Tae Kyung and even Tae Kyung is running over to the President. He is not WITH the President. What happen? The place also looks eerily familiar, like the same place where bus no 7 met with an accident due to EMP? With all these twists and turns, I won't be surprised if EVERYONE died at the end and that March 14 scene is the final epilogue telling viewers that this was where it all started, this was where it ends. (am I making sense? lol) Or Bo Won didn't die and this was her dream at the end.

Whatever that's coming, PLEASE give us a little more tender moments between our OTPs!! Please!! Love Yuchun in this gentle yet dyanmic role. Love his chemistry with Park Ha Sun (although I read that some don't see the chemistry at all I beg to differ).

4 more episodes people!!!

Fighting!

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Sweetest line in this episode is from Yoochun to Bowon:

"I have to see you with my eyes, so my mind can be at ease." awwww =)

Cutest moment is when Yoochun asked Bowon if she felt uncomfortable staying over at his place:

Bowon: "No, I...no, I don't" *bites lip* =P

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for me...every episode has its own climax...but episode 12 is the best to date..it has every emotion there..can't wait for episode 13.

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Was I the only one screaming at the screen when Tae-kyung was just standing there watching the bomb tick? I mean come on what was his plan, get blown up with the bus? That would be so helpful, not.

When Tae-kyung was telling Bo-won about the practice sword my thought was, you have a stick in your room, good for you so do I, I also have a real sword in my room.

It's probably a good thing I'm not evil or an evil lackey. If I was I wouldn't sit in the front seat, wouldn't wave the phone at Tae-kyung and I'd have waited until Bo-won was in the car and starting to drive off before I activated the bomb.

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Oh surely not only you. I feel like want to jump in the screen and drag he out of that bus!
Tae Kyungie, this heart can't take it if something happens to you I tell ya! Same goes to BW, LCY and Mr.President. nonono..I don't want to think yet what will happen to them in the next episodes...

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I think it comes from that same, strange, kdrama impulse in which you see a bad guy aiming at your buddy and, instead of trying to divert his aim or take him out, you throw your body over the target and offer up your back as a point-black target.

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This is one of my favorite episode. I love how TaeBo couple develop their relationship all through the drama, their relationship is natural.

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Hi Averagerobot - Tks for the recap. I totally agree with your observation about the emotional transformation for Chairman Kim and TK going into the next final lap.

It is another nail-biting episode but finally, sprinkled with some but definitely not enough sweet moments between TK and BW. Yes like many, I felt their mutual and shy attraction.

There are not many main characters left to get killed or arrested for the last 4 episodes. When Chairman Kim swears to kill the President, CY, BW and TK - my immediate thought was who will survive crazy Kim's tactics. Sure hope the writer does not drop an IRIS-ending on us. No it won't. Writing is original. The suspense of waiting..

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This drama reminds me why I started liking Korean Dramas. They touch on grassroot issues, touching on the emotion-side of human beings.

And I like how the writer does not bow to the current hype to be the in-drama by discounting the whole story line.

This is quite the sensitive theme to touch on, with the very highly tensed situation with the 2 Koreas, in addition, she has touched on how high handed the Korean Chaebols are. She is, through the drama drawing out the weaknesses of govt vs the big conglomerates. The drama is kinda fantasizing the part of the President acknowledging his wrongdoings and wanting to set things right, but is that so in reality? And that loony who is like that spoilt child who wants everything his, and only his way. I am eager to see his destiny at the end.

In some way, it also got me thinking of Yoochun's situation with his ex agency who is that conglomerate that dictates situations.

I'm also glad they subtlely inject the TK and BW episode, will it flourish from here? I guess they answered the fangirls' dream. kkk

4 more to go...

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I love watching this episode! So much! And I love reading the recap as well! Thank you very much Averagerobot. Nice recap and fun ^^

After finished watch epi 12 with subs, I replay it again and didn't get bored XD of course my favorite scene is Taekyung-Bowon scene. Sweet, awkward, funny lol that sword..But whole story is awesome.. I have same though with Jen, its really sad that people skip great drama like Three Days.. I wish they will give it a try, especially kviewers. However its their drama.. Even my friends who never watch kdrama before, decided to chose Three Days as their first kdrama and give high praises ^^

I can't believe its only 4 epa left.. feel bad about Taekyung.. I don't brave enough to think about how is the end. I heard that writer nim like to kill lead role. Ah but no matter what will happen in future, wish writer nim give the great and unforgetable ending.

Fighting Three Days!!!

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Does everyone think that our hero will come out of everything alive? I'm not sure if the message on the back of the photo portends anything.

I have to admit that I didn't watch this episode but I have read the recap. For some reason, I have been watching this show dispassionately. I guess I got tired of some of the nonsensical things that happened in order to move the plot along (in additional to the silly, foolish behavior of our two female characters).

It seems like things are getting better so I will stick with the show. The concept is interesting even if there has been a big deviation from the way the show was originally being presented to us (in the teasers and posters).

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A shoutout to averagerobot for recapping with style!

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Thanks so much for the recap. I was practically squelling when i checked dramabeans today and saw it.

Admittedly, I watch Three Days primarily for Yoochun and it being a really good drama is simply an icing on the cake. But for my hubby who doesn't know Korean actors, he was drawn to it because of the story and the tension/suspense. I guess the genre is the main reason why Three Days does not fly high in ratings although where it is now is already an accomplishment.

No matter what other people say that it's not thrilling enough, i still often find myself on the edge of my seat with my heart racing like crazy. I fully appreciate the slower pace at times which allows me to recover my bearings. I wouldn't be able to bear a non-stop action suspense drama. I need time to breathe.

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Does anyone else think that the actor portraying Chairman Kim is doing a bang up job? Choi Won-Young is doing such a great job portraying the evil, slightly off balance ultimate bad guy. I know many people tend to focus on the good guy in any kdrama - the one who saves the day - but if they're not face to face with a perfect match in their adversary then the show loses some of its sizzle. I'm glad that this is not the case in 'Three Days'. Chairman Kim has upped the ante by continuing to wipe out the competition and most of the fun is seeing what he will do next.

Like everyone, I loved the tender scenes between Bo-won and Tae-Kyung. MORE Please! I must have replayed those scenes like a dozen times. I knew there were sparks between them, but this episode just makes it more apparent, and I'd love to see it developed further.

Can't wait for the next episode! This one certainly ended on a tense note. I hope "the Female Cop" and "Female Agent" make it out alive.

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I wish another kickass scene from our heroine this time..show ur badass skill BW especially to that Pro.Choi's assistant..Urghhh, TBH, I hate him more than that jerksin chaebol!

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Thank you averagerobot for the recap, been patiently waiting for it and seeing it this morning just made my day. ^^

I love Three Days (with its flaws and boring moments)simply because it is different, I'm a fan of romance dramas too but I guess I have watched tons of them that I need a breather and that is exactly what Three Days is to me. ~ I don't want to sound mean but one of my favorite moments in this epi was TK punching Chairman Kim, thank you TK for that, and of course TK and BW's awkward and cute moments, they're just adorable. Looking forward to 4 remaining episodes. :)

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This episode is just too adorable that I still can't believe it especially after having such scary and breathless moments..
How on earth KEH managed to insert such cute moments and then go back to intense scene since I don't really hope we can have that such cute moment in this drama..

That cute scene between HTK & BW..Okay, it is awkward TBH, so awkward but I found it adorable to the max!!
The feelsss is more than watching romance drama that I can't explain how adorable is this couple! LOL!

But the scene "72 hours after the motion for impeachment" killed my day dream a bit also the cliffhanger ending..The way that Uhm Ki Joon look alike calling "yah" to BW really annoyed me to death!
HTK, can u punch his mouth like u did to KDJ too?

*Impatiently waiting for the next eps..

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I am going against 98% of the posters here I guess, but this episode was actually pretty disappointing to me.

I thought a lot of the scenes were just stupid - I suppose it is my engineering background - I found the tons of technical flaws and over-used clichés to be very irritating.

(1) How hard can it be to find a bus? I mean really - did nobody think to maybe just check the bus schedules or call the bus company? Nearly all busses in Korea have radios - and many have gps trackers - why did nobody think to ... you know, call the drivers or dispatchers?

(2) I have now seen 4,397 shows and movies where the Ticker of Armageddon stops with only a few seconds left. And just as a side note, 44 pounds of dynamite would not fit into that small suitcase. And why does every bomb device ever made have to have some elaborate looking electronic timer - especially if they are setting it off with a cell phone anyway? In short, they borrowed every bad cliché from Hollywood movies.

There was more, but those were my main ones. Aside from the fact that heroes always hit the bulls eye at 300 yards with a pistol on the shooting range, but totally fail at any target more than 6 feet away in the field.

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I've always got a laugh out of Hollywood hidden bombs on cars that have blinking lights on them. You know, so the audience will understand that its a bomb and not an anti-smog device.

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Hehe... :) Yah, I think the bomb making cartel has a rule that every hidden bomb has to have a bright flashing LED on it - because NOBODY would ever notice a red flashing light - right?

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where do you get that it is hard to find a bus though?

the tension was because the explosion could happen any time.

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I loved ep 11 and 12. It was amazing anr totally hooked me from the beginning to end. I'm fidgeting who going to die in next episode..my guess is Chief of Security. I doubt writer will kill the president, HTK or Kim Do Jin at this early. I hope someone will save the girls!

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What I wondered was why the h*** the president would meet Chairman Kim in an empty indoor stadium. So many places for a sniper to hide. And why are we meeting Chairman Kim at all? I think I missed that part. I loved the scenes with TK and BW, so so cute, and like others I'm hoping for more. I also couldn't understand TK's staying on the bus watching the bomb clock count down. What was that all about? Why would you do that? Get the heck out of there! There wasn't anyone left on the bus except you.

It did seem to take a long time to locate the buses, and like someone else said, don't they have radio dispatch? Surely they could have called the drivers.

I'm really enjoying the drama. My husband is enjoying it too, though he's behind on the episodes while I'm staying current. Looking forward to the last four episodes!

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Just calling the bus drivers would have been too easy. :P

Yeah, that part annoyed me. So did HTK when he just stared at the ticking bomb... Why not get the heck outta there and tell everyone to stand back? I'm perplexed.

I guess that was all to build the tension ...

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Ouh I was so happy to see HTK is back to PSS! The way he leads the team..darn hot! :lol:

And this episode is simply amazing, I know it has flaw but I can ignore that since both our hero n heroine are safe and even had a sweet moments but still a breathless episode..

And yes, Mr.President + green cardigan is adorable!

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This drama is so great! I really love it!

But, oh my...Choi Won Young! Choi Won Young! Choi Won Young!!! He is so so DAMN SEXY, so hot, thrilling and passionate! He totally turns me on everytime I see his fiery eyes and hear his erotic voice! Ahhh...
Oh, baby, I'm lusting after you and want you so badly that I'm gonna crazy! <3

Sorry, but I'm out of control now...

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i like this drama and finally we have a smart AND kind hearted woman here in Bowon..sometimes I feel that shes smarter than the whole secret service team put together including HTK..hehe

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That moment (holding hands) is epic. Beats every kissing scenes there are in other kdramas hahaha. The feels.. :)

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