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Spy: Episode 10

Our hero’s in store for some sobering revelations this hour that’ll make him rethink the way he’s been acting around Mom, and all for the better—it’s about time Spy kicked into gear. Now that all the pieces are in place and we’ve got a baddie to make Ki-chul look sympathetic (which really does work), there’s much more at stake than what’s on a mysteriously convenient hard drive. Being a spy comes with some tough choices, and we get to see that play out not only with Sun-woo, but with Mom and Yoon-jin as well. If this hour is a positive sign of what to expect in the weeks to come, I’ll take it.

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EPISODE 10 RECAP

Sun-woo wastes no time in tossing Ki-chul a pair of handcuffs, demanding that he put them on at gunpoint.

Ki-chul, of course, would rather have a nice, genteel conversation about what would happen if he were to spill what he knows about Sun-woo’s family. With a former North Korean spy for a mother, a father who worked at the Ministry of Defense, and now him as an NIS agent, the public would naturally assume all three of them were spies.

Sun-woo wavers ever so slightly, but keeps his gun pointed right at Ki-chul as the man tells him his mother’s former name and rank. Sun-woo could care less, and spits that Ki-chul should tell him something he doesn’t know.

So he does: Sun-woo may think he knows about the 1988 explosion in Shenyang, but did he know Mom threw away her homeland, her friends, and even her lover (aka Ki-chul) for his sake? “Be good to your mother, because she did all of that to protect you.”

Ki-chul advances, taking advantage of Sun-woo’s hesitation to pull the trigger until he’s standing right in front of his gun. He grabs the barrel and presses it into his own forehead, daring Sun-woo to shoot.

He can kill him right now and reveal everything to the NIS, even if it would mean losing his family, who’d be tried as spies and/or traitors. Or, he can come over to the North. “What we want is you, not your mother,” Ki-chul admits.

It must come as a sobering shock to Sun-woo when Ki-chul reveals that all the spying Mom has been doing was to protect him, because she couldn’t stand the thought of her son becoming a spy for the North. But Sun-woo can end his family’s misery by giving himself up and following Ki-chul’s orders.

Sun-woo’s eyes glisten as he grits out that Ki-chul must not know him very well, and plus, he knows that this is the kind of trickery the North loves to pull. Ki-chul doesn’t deny it, but asks if Sun-woo knows another way out of this predicament—Mom is sure to get arrested with the way she’s going now.

As long as Sun-woo gives himself over, Ki-chul promises to leave his family alone and erase all the data he’s collected through the bugs he’s planted. As for the handcuffs, Ki-chul says he won’t put them on, because he’s had metaphorical ones on for far too long.

He leaves the decision to Sun-woo, who struggles to keep him there and seem threatening even though his finger shakes on the trigger…

…Until finally, he shoots. There’s a moment of stillness as we wonder whether Ki-chul was hit, but he smirks and walks away unharmed. Did Sun-woo miss on purpose?

Dad’s worried sick by the time Mom gets home, even though it’s cute how they share new intel between them: Mom tells him about the new superior who’s taken over Ki-chul’s spot, while Dad tells her about Chief Song revealing he works for the NIS in an attempt to use his software.

Comrade Oh can’t help but be maliciously condescending when it comes to rubbing in how ineffective Ki-chul has been, blaming it on weakness and sentimentality. Did he really think the NIS would just walk out of their HQ with the hard drive? They’ll have to be more inventive if they want to get their hands on it.

Apparently, Ki-chul’s mission was to capture Sun-woo, which should’ve been a simple task by Comrade Oh’s estimation—unless he was too busy flirting with Mom, that is. Ki-chul tells him that he needs one more day to convince Sun-woo, which has Comrade Oh laughing like a lunatic. (Which I’m fairly sure he is.)

Either way, Ki-chul has twelve hours. Or else.

Yoon-jin gets a surprise visit from Sun-woo, who calls her from right outside her door. He doesn’t say a word and just looks vulnerable as he grips onto her hand and asks if he can sleep at her house tonight.

When she asks if something’s wrong, Sun-woo says in a lost voice, “I don’t know what to do anymore. I have nowhere to go.” She pulls him into a comforting embrace, and Sun-woo just seems to melt in her arms. Poor guy.

Meanwhile, Comrade Oh confides in his fellow agent, HONG-RAN (Choi Yoo-ra) that he doesn’t trust Ki-chul to finish the job. She’s to keep an eye on him and report anything suspicious back to Comrade Oh.

Dad finds Mom unable to sleep since Sun-woo hasn’t come home, and attempts to assuage her anxieties about her son’s whereabouts. Mom asks if he finds her constant nervousness tiring, to which he shakes his head—he just feels bad that she worries over Sun-woo so much that she hasn’t been able to sleep well since the day he was born.

Mom stays up to write a note we don’t see, which she slips into a photo album compiled with pictures of Sun-woo from when he was in utero onward.

Yoon-jin wakes up the next morning and panics when she hears Sun-woo rummaging around in the bathroom, since she’s hidden her secret spy phone in the medicine cabinet with her soaps.

She manages to steer him away and to the door, with Sun-woo none the wiser. He thanks her for not asking him about his emotional rut from the night before, and she gently replies that she knows he’ll tell her when he’s ready.

There’s a knock at the door shortly after Sun-woo leaves, and Yoon-jin opens it thinking it’s him. But it’s Comrade Oh, there to tell her there’s been a change in plans.

Sun-woo takes out his pent up frustrations about Ki-chul’s offer at the shooting range, scoring perfect marks. He can’t help but think over how Ki-chul offered to spare his family if he just gave himself up…

Chief Song calls Hyun-tae in to address his suspicions regarding his activities directly, but when he does reveal that they confiscated something from “the Supervisor” (aka Ki-chul), Hyun-tae loses his temper.

He feels lied to, because Chief Song had tried to convince him the Supervisor was likely dead, only to find out Song has been following him around all this time. Song says it’s because Hyun-tae loses his cool every time the Supervisor is mentioned, but he’ll trust him with some information this time as a test.

He reveals that the Supervisor is known to be in South Korea now, and while they couldn’t catch him, they got ahold of the hard drive he’s been wanting to crack. According to Chief Song now, the hard drive contains intel on every working North Korean agent, though it’s unclear how true that is considering the story we heard last episode.

It’s very possible that he could be lying to Hyun-tae to get him to help, as he claims that the Supervisor has ties to their higher-ups, enough to get him a new identity if he wants. If they want to stop him from living a life of ease (and if Hyun-tae wants the revenge he so desperately seeks), they have to crack the information on that hard drive.

While Sun-woo tracks down the van he saw Ki-chul driving, Eun-ah reports her findings on Mom’s pill: it’s a tranquilizer. But, if the user has developed a sort of immunity to it and has a reason to stay strong, it’s possible for them to fully function while taking it.

Mom is tracking down the same van as her son, though she’s much closer to it than he is. As in, she can see Comrade Oh and his cronies get into it from her vantage point.

She’s caught spying by Ki-chul, who seems to mostly be worried about her getting caught. “You don’t have anyone on your side but me in this place,” he stresses. “Don’t ever listen to what anyone else says, and just do as I ask you. Nothing will happen that way.”

Mom shoots back that if he would’ve died back then like he was supposed to, then nothing would have happened. She peels out on the street, leaving Ki-chul to stare after her concernedly.

Sun-woo discovers the hidden cabinet where Mom keeps her drugs, spare cash, and other remnants of her spy days. But it’s there he also finds the photo album and the note she wrote, which is her confession: In it, she reveals her real name and that she was a spy.

She tells the story of meeting her husband in 1988, and how she was initially supposed to turn him over to the North but instead fled with him to the South to raise their family.

The confession is due in part to threats from her old comrades in the North to reveal the truth of her identity to her son, who she’s been deceiving his whole life. As a way of turning herself in, she’s also saved recordings of all her conversations with her Northern comrades on a USB, which Sun-woo also finds.

We find Yoon-jin hovering nervously outside Young-seo’s high school as she flashes back to her surprise meeting with Comrade Oh. He knew Sun-woo wouldn’t come to their side without a good reason, so he gave Yoon-jin the mission of kidnapping his sister in order to give him one.

When Yoon-jin asked what would happen to Young-seo if Sun-woo refused, Comrade Oh had said with a smile, “We’ll have to do as we usually do.”

While Yoon-jin finds an excuse for Young-seo to just so happen to see her, Sun-woo takes an angsty drive after listening to Mom’s USB. Tears stream down his cheeks as flashes of the conversation he just heard come back to him, all of them containing Mom’s desperate pleas to do anything just so her precious son wouldn’t be harmed.

Both he and Mom are unaware when they pass each other on the street, both lost in their own worlds. But Mom is looking like she might be feeling the effects of those tranquilizers…

Yoon-jin’s instructions are to delay Young-seo from going home until her comrades can pick her up, so she takes her out for dessert. Young-seo thinks their meeting was all a funny coincidence, but confides that she knows her brother slept over at Yoon-jin’s last night.

It doesn’t bother her, but she admits that it bothered her mother so much she couldn’t sleep. I love how Young-seo’s solution is to rush them to get married, because Young-seo is easy like that and Yoon-jin bought her sweets.

Comrade Oh calls to tell her to take Young-seo outside, so Yoon-jin lies that it was her brother who called to take them out. Yoon-jin momentarily panics when Young-seo says she has to call Mom first for permission to skip her after school class, but Young-seo is all too happy to make her brother and Yoon-jin take the blame. Hah.

Sun-woo rushes to do some backpedaling on all the tails he’d put out on Mom, and cancels the order to find the van(?) before he deletes the old photos of Mom in the North Korean army.

If Hyun-tae was suspicious of Chief Song’s request and thought that going to Director Jung would clear it up, he’s in for the wrong kind of surprise. Maybe there’s a chance he suspects both Song and Jung when he interrupts their meeting for a sudden bathroom break.

Or maybe not, since the reason Chief Song told him about the hard drive was to blame everything on him later—it’d be easy with Hyun-tae’s past ties to the Supervisor. Luckily, Hyun-tae gets to listen to them conspiring since he left his phone on in his pocket. Yay, someone’s doing some spying!

Meanwhile, Sun-woo shreds the old documents he’d found with Hyun-tae relating to the 1988 Shenyang Explosion Case, in order to erase any incriminating ties it may have to Mom.

As Comrade Oh and his cronies head toward the place Yoon-jin is to bring Young-seo with hidden weapons, Ki-chul hesitates to call Mom. In the end he doesn’t, but does this mean he knows what’s about to happen to her daughter?

Chief Song spots Sun-woo in the hallway and asks if he’s heard anything from his father regarding their meeting the day after tomorrow, adding that he revealed Sun-woo’s position in the NIS almost as an afterthought.

This comes as a shock to Sun-woo, who for all intents and purposes doesn’t know his father knows where he works. Chief Song is all cavalier about it, thinking that he’s done Sun-woo a favor—now he doesn’t have to keep secrets from his family anymore.

Hyun-tae shares a look with him afterward, but doesn’t tell Sun-woo that something fishy’s going on. Hopefully it’s just because he didn’t have the chance.

En route to the trap, Yoon-jin is barraged with flashbacks and feelings of guilt as she thinks of how doing this would affect Sun-woo, even though she can’t help but think of her family’s safety too.

But she makes the decision to save Young-seo by telling her that their meeting has been cancelled—and Young-seo, thinking her brother bailed, sighs exasperatingly.

Mom notices something amiss in her hidden cabinet and finds her written confession missing, while Sun-woo arrives at the North’s hangout with unshed tears in his eyes and a gun. Oh no. Don’t do anything foolish, Sun-woo!

But he does, and calls out for Ki-chul upon entering the almost-empty office. Ki-chul ushers him near, asking if he’s decided on his answer.

Sun-woo reaches for the gun tucked in his waistband, just as Ki-chul turns toward the sound…

 
COMMENTS

It may have finally taken a specifically written confession from Mom to get Sun-woo to believe she was a spy, but I’m not going to be picky on this one—at least Spy finally got the ball rolling, and picked up the slack left by the previous weeks with this one. And just in time, too.

One of the prevailing mysteries in this show, and one they seem hell-bent on withholding, is why the North wants Sun-woo so darn badly. It’s been a question hanging over our heads for multiple episodes, only now it’s an even bigger issue than before since Comrade Oh has thrown his hat into the “We need Sun-woo and we need him NOW!” ring. Why? I could sort of get it if Sun-woo was the only good spy in the NIS or if he had a skill set the North desperately needed, but so far the show hasn’t seen fit to reveal those attributes that make Sun-woo so irresistible to his communist enemies.

If it weren’t literally the driving force behind the North’s actions, it could be ignored a little easier, but that task is difficult when Ki-chul and Comrade Oh are constantly mentioning how much of a priority capturing Sun-woo is. And if it were just Ki-chul harping on this issue I’d be able to buy it, since Ki-chul’s soft underside has been showing a lot more lately and it wouldn’t be such a stretch to accept that his lingering affections for Mom have somehow morphed into the need to corrupt her most precious possession. Or that he’s Sun-woo’s actual father, an idea which the show made sure to plant in our heads.

I really liked seeing Sun-woo go through his phases of realization when it came to Mom, even though I wish he had even one confidant to talk out his feelings with—Mom’s note made it a point to clear her family of any possible blame, so he doesn’t know that his father already knows everything. How awful it must be to deal with the weight of the information he learned was written all over his face, and the conclusions he came to were made clear and decisive through his expressions even though the poor guy wasn’t able to say anything about the 1890283902 things that must have been running through his mind.

But what redeemed Sun-woo from spending so much time being suspicious of his own mother as opposed to his girlfriend was how he didn’t even waver when it came to doing what he felt he had to in order to protect her. Shredding those documents and deleting photographic evidence linking her to the North might not be the wisest thing he could have done as an employee of the NIS—but then again, this is Spy’s version of the NIS. What’re his superiors (sans Hyun-tae) going to do, outsmart him? Hah. Tell me another one.

 
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Aaahhh I can't wait for episode 11 *___*
I think the show hide the reason why the North want Sun-Wo so much for the climax?

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Think with Chief Song being his direct supervisor while holding on to the hard drive, Seonu would be close enough to retrieve it with less casualty #itsasmallanalystteam XD

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yeah i think that's a logic reason..hope the writer will reveal it soon..

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Why North want SW, what's inside the hard drive, who's the supervisor, some layering bad guys..many secrets i'm so curious for the quick answers..but so far i enjoyed the plot

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same as me..the pace is rather slow but i still enjoy the story..this ep 9 & 10 were great!

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I wish they would give us enough information to make educated guesses on why they would Sun-Woo but not the whole story entirely (because then we're just waiting for the characters to figure it out when we already have).

There needs to be more life and death situations in this show!!

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Thanks for the recap!

I really love this episode, everything folds out nicely and in the right time too. I particularly love the scenes after Sunwoo knows the truth about his mom, the fact that his mom has constantly shielding him from the harm and take it upon herself to the extent of 'accepting' if her death could make Kichul disappear forever and Sunwoo will be safe. Jaejoong really played that angsty emotions really well from his eyes. Oh, he is well known for his eye-acting :)

Can't wait for episodes 11 & 12..more thrill and revelations please..especially on the spy gf ..

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I really enjoyed his eye's acting..it flows naturally imo..

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i also read many ppl praised his eye's acting..and i saw it in this drama

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agree..i enjoyed his eye's acting so much!

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His big eyes are beautiful! :)

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Sharp sexy eyes! :)

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yeaahh! his eyes captivated me too! XD

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it seems many ppl love Jaejoong's eye's acting..I'm in too! :)

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fall in love with his eyes? you're not the only one lol

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I love Jaejoong's eyes pic for this recap's header^^

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I am still catching up on Spy. Episodes in. I do like that the episodes are 45 mins and tightly paced so far. The first thing that came to mind when I saw this show was, Jaejoong is so pretty that in real life he would make a really shitty spy! He would be standing out everywhere he went!

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Totally agree with you! Although his acting especially his eyes are the real catcher for me :)

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i love the scene when he interrogated his sister..his eyes & face expression..soft & warm...this bro & sister's interaction was cute...i think SW has chemistry with his mom, his sister, even with Kichul :)

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Smart boy to wrap up the bug with the gums lol

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Why Seomwoo is do important for the north that they are sending not one but two top spies to capture Seonwoo? I guess the writers failed to provide intelligent background of Seonwoo's fieldwork when he was woekIng as field agent. I think the reason they are after him is because he is south's top field agent, he is NIS's best agent who indeed is very easily taegettable because of his mother's past as north korean spy. Which other special agent of Seonwoo's caliber can be captured n forced into becoming north's spy and betray his own country? They want him because they think they can easily force him to do whatever they want to do in getting their mission accomplished. Anyways, I hope Seonwoo doesn't fall into the trap of blackmailing to save his family. He will fall in deep if he would decide to join their hands. I would rather see him sacrifice his life to save his family and to capture the bad guys.

Episode 10 finally got us to tge best part of the drama.. unpredictable plot and anticipation of the unknown. "What's going to happen next?" part of the drama. I'm really excited for the next episodes. Shows director is doing fine job. Jaejoong and GiChul guy acting is daebak! I wish the writers would have laid out the story properly. Earlier it was slow n now they are going to hurry up since only 6 ep are remaining. Original Gordin Cell show had 22 episodes. Hope Spy writers fo better job in coming episodes.

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My typing skills from the phone suck badly. Read 'so' instead of 'do' and 'do' instead of 'fo'.

Forgot to mention. Thank you Headsno2 for the recap.

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agree with u! this eps is my fav! :)

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The reason that the North wants him back is because Sun Woo is, in reality, the next heir to the throne.

His current mother isn't his bio-mom, who had begged current mom to spirit Sun Woo away from the North because there was a power shift in the regime, at that time, and they were all in danger.

Now, the pendulum has swung back and power is finally with them, again. So, now, they want Sun Woo to go home.

Like this story? If so, I've got a bridge to sell you, too. LOL

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Or maybe sw bio dad actually a powerful person in North Korea and yup he is the next heir

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OMG! you think that so?? this speculation so interesting..i only think that Woosuk maybe it's not SW's real father..but the idea about Hyerim also is not SW's real parent..oh no..poor boy..

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If it will happen, idk how SW must be so shocked & sad...

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wow! i'm anticipating your version..it can be more dramatic :)

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I will jump out from my seat if the your version really happen! haha the story will be more complicated and i will be nervous with the ending..but that totally very interesting :)

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I like your political game version..it's can be more thrilling! ^^

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Thank you!

So in the cover photo for this recap, Jaejoong's eyes kind of look like Ji Sung's.

Which reminds me I had a dream the other night that Sun Woo was Do Hyun--7 personalities and all. Can you imagine a spy with 7 personalities?!

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Hey, that should make for a great drama! LOL

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I was kind of thinking that. And he'd be a vampire, too XD

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And here i was remembering JJ's rocker style for JYJ magazine thats been taken when he's promoting his album when i see ShinSeGi XD

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that might be so cool!! XD

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I will watch it for sure! :)

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I am still wondering what is going on with that box and is Sun Woo's dad the good guy he has appeared as or something more, because what is all that stuff doing on that hard drive in the first place?

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The hard drive might contains informations on NK spies and a whole bunch of money which drive both side to want it for each of their own reason

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i wonder if the hard drive in fact is empty...and the information about the money is keeping by someone else...the supervisor?

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LOVEEE THIS EPISODE!!! So Intense!! Can't wait for the next eps! THANKS FOR RECAP!! My fav drama for this season! :)

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So mom record every conversation she did with the north spy and SW listen everything then its that means he also knew about the girlfriend being a spy?

And Everyone in nis I means in sw team all of them can't trust each other except the girl, they will backstabbing each other. But i hope hyun tae in sw side in the end.

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There's no mention of YooJin between mom and KiChul

As of HyunTae, knowing that Song is planning to blame everything on him, and he seems to have a soft spot for Seonu, lets see what intriques will next eps brings us ♡

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I just realized that SW found his mom's recording..totally sad & heartbreaking when he knew that :(

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I'm waiting for more Sun Woo-Hyun Tae's bromance & actions! It looks like Hyun Tae really care for SW :)

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This episode is so good ^^
Already Watching preview next ep million times.. so curious what SW gonna do? What his desision?
So excited !

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honestly during the show i'm alredy expecting this particular act to happen, but nevertheless...still really love the way jaejoong shout "HWANG KICHULLLL!!!!"
yeah bring back trash heo yongdal's fierce-ness at the precise moment..hahaha...

thanks for the recaps!

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Hey..that Sun Woo jumped over the fence was so cool!! Our mama boy started to show his actions..anticipating for his next actions..Ep 9-10 were great!

Thanks for recapping this drama^^

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Yay!! it's so cool!! i love that scene! haha

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Those two jumps so cool! haha

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He's as cool as the errand boy out there lol

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The lead actor of this drama is soo handsome!! He's not like an Asian guy..so far i enjoyed this drama..thanks for the recap :)

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woaahh u wrote what i was thinking lol

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He looks like half of Christian Grey, half of Rob Pattinson..he can be an Asian Vampire :)

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haha many people said Jaejoong looks like Edward Cullen and he can become the Asian Cullen..this guy really has a Vampire aura..so white & pale..unique handsome :)

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Thanks for the recap :)
But this drama got such a bad review at other place.

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every people have different tastes..for me..i don't care what other reviews said, so no need to bring other reviews to this site...i enjoyed this drama..

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Yes, I don't care about other's opinion if I enjoy the show.. I'll continue watching despite some bad remarks from those either who watched half way or didn't watch at all .. so you can imagine the type of remarks they put in here...

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Excited! Excited! It started to heat up! ^~

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Excited! Excited! It started to heat up! Can't wait for more revelations..

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Its not like the north wants sunwoo really badly..i think its just that he is an easier/vulnerable target to convince coz of his mom! i don't think there is any other reason!

Am really enjoying this drama..its totally different from all the other drama's out there..! a little subtle for a spy drama..but still better..! am loving Jaejoong acting...liking it better than Triangle to be honest! infact all the actors are doing a wonderful job!

Spy fighting!!

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agree! all actors are doing wonderful jobs!

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yeah everyone except go sung hee...she's a really bad actress in this modern drama "spy" and she's so bad in the historical saeguk "night watchman".

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yeahh..i felt that too! this drama totally different from all other's drama out there..it's a movie style! Cool!

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I don't blame mom for dumping Ki-chul and everything to run off with dad and keep his baby . that loveable bear is good partner material , it even rubbed off on his son .

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Loved papa bear from the go when he moaning on mom's request to shave for Seonu's girlfriend XD

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Me too..papa bear is really cute and lovely husband too... Hyerim is too lucky to escape and married him lol

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In this eps..i don't know why i feel sympathy to Kichul..i think he wants to help & save Hyerim & Sunwoo secretly...that new NK spy was soo scarryyy...his evil smirk..omg..goosebumps! he's a great actor!

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i think he will save her...it's gonna more exciting if in the NK spies team there's also has some confrontations...

The bad guys' acting really great!

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daddy's smile & cute face..i loveeee it!! xD

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Daddy & Sun Woo so lovely..they took care the women so niceee^^ How can i get the men like them? XD

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I love this drama! Very excited for the upcoming eps.. Thanks for the recaps!

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I enjoyed this drama..Sun Woo read his mom's letter so heartbreaking..Jaejoong delivered his emotions so good, he's not overreact but from his face we can feel his pains..great acting!

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that scene so heartbreaking!

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Woaaahh after SW knew about his mom being a spy now i can't wait how he will know about his GF!! This week eps interesting!!

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I can't wait for it too! ^^

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I love Mamamoo's OST..thanks for sharing the song...all OST's of this show are so nice^^

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I love Mamamoo's song too! This girl group has great voices..."My Everything"..the lyrics soo niceee..

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if you know Kpop..this girl group's vocal quality reminds me of SM's former girl group: CSJH ..they also have 4 members..so far their vocals are the best among other girl groups in Korea now imo

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Beside Healer, i like this SPY drama..both has 'spying things' with different touch..fall in love with both Heroes..hot guys! :)

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SW yelled: HWAANG KICHUULLLLL!!!! Geezzz...this calm & warm boy can be soo scaryyyyyy..love the visual SW vs KC head to head...green lights...the ambiance so cool!

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the green effects..it reminds me of Marvel works..directing of this drama is so good!

and omoo his screaamm...i think SW is an introvert boy..when this type is angry, that's more scary than the extrovert one :)

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as expected from the Director of Princess Man..he's pro at photography..

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one of my fav scene! the two actors from different generations facing each others...how i love Yu Oh Seong's evil smile while he touched his scar..omg!! he's so cool!!

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Damn! this eps was packed! Can't wait anymoree..i'm also so curious what's totally inside the harddrive..

Thanks for the recaps!

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WHO'S THE SUPERVISOR??? Everyone mention his name..I really want to know!!

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i really want to know either..but i guess the writer will save it for the last..waiting for the day when SW will meet him..

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so he could be the main villain here, right?

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They mentioned him all the time..i'm curious who's exactly he is and who's actor gonna play as him...

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Kim Sun Woo why soo handsomeee??

Why i found Jaejoong & Bae Jong Ok have similar faces?? Love to see them both^^

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not only you who think of that...i found both have similar faces too...handsome & beautiful :)

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yeahh they have similar eyes and smiles :)

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OMG!!! what will happen to SW's mom? the NK spies team wanna kill her?? also i'm worried with SW's sister! she's soo cutee....the ending was cliffhanger! omg can't wait for ep 11!!

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I hope Kichul will save her secretly! it so obvious that he still love Hyerim though she has made his face burnt

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Maybe Kichul will save Hyerim by telling SW..aahh..can't wait to know!!

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Arrrggggg.. I need Ep. 11 NOW!!! this is why i hate watching dramas per weeks lol

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haha i don't have any patient either...this SPY 2 eps airing back-to-back in once made two eps like 1 eps..it's too short..maybe that's why the writer made the pace in slow mode

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I like the pace of this eps..it feels like go back to the pilot two eps..watched ep 9 & 10 and i felt that's too short..can't wait for this Friday!^^

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this eps was so good..i love its pace too! Hope next eps will be more thrilling! ^^

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Everyone want Sun Woo...and i want him too! :) i think the reason why NK spies want him in the 1st place just because he is a Hyerim's son who was a NK spy before, so it's easy to control him via his mom, while it's more difficult to approach other NIS members because North don't have any connection to them. You can force someone to do the things you want to do if you can control them in psychological things.

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i thought the same thing..Gichul knew Hyerim quite well, how she protected his son till she killed everyone..SW has his mom's character, they will try hard to protect each other, so that's Gichul's plan will work

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i think your opinion makes sense...

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I just read that this drama got no.1 in VOD ranking from Top 50 dramas & reality shows which are airing in this week..it means SPY is the most downloaded drama now..great things to know!

SPY team fighting!! :)

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WHOAA!! SPY team fighting!!! :)

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Yubbb I also read in my TL, that spy got #1 in VOD.....
I think, I will more enjoy this drama if I watch this marathon. Because I really hate watch it perweek, I really don't be patient to wait untill next week. And also 45 min for each eps is not enough.....

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woww!!! daebak!! i think people love to download the drama and watch it all eps in at once than waiting for it every weeks coz ppl like to go with their relatives in week end

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This is the 1st time i watched spy drama with almost everyone are spies and spying each other :) can't wait for the next eps!

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LOL this is the 1st time in Kdramaland..every one are wary to each other..

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I like how Headsno2 picked Jaejoong's eyes pic as the main header for this recap XD

Thanks for the recaps! ^^

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I like the last shot when SW Shouted out Kichul's name.I like
the tough badass SW more than the sweet innocent son and lover he plays.

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Sunwoo yah....I've die before you pull your gun>>you know why It's because your sharp eye!!! because your stare!!!
Kyyyaaa sunwooo yaaahhh I'm in love with you.....

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