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Girl Who Sees Smells: Episode 13

The cute is back! I love this show so much more when Mu-gak and Cho-rim are being adorable together, and this episode doesn’t disappoint. Unfortunately, the killer is getting closer to discovering the true identity of Choi Eun-seol, and not even Mu-gak’s increasing threats and challenges can put him off the scent. It will take the detective team truly banding together as one solid, strong unit, to solve this case and save Cho-rim’s life.

EPISODE 13 RECAP

Jae-hee waits for the elevator door to open, and gives Cho-rim a long, searching look when he sees her. He takes note of her surprise to see him, and leaves her to find her wallet while he goes upstairs to make coffee. When he’s gone, Cho-rim sinks to the floor and lets out her pent-up breath.

He’s looking distinctly unhappy when she comes back upstairs, and when she tries to leave Jae-hee tells her to sit and have some coffee (no, don’t drink the coffee!). He pretty much orders her to drink, and watches intensely as her hands shake and she raises the cup to her lips. But she doesn’t drink, and simply praises the scent.

I do not like the way Jae-hee eyes Cho-rim as she handles the coffee cup again, but just when I think he’s going to do something horrible to her, Mu-gak knocks on the front door. Phew.

Mu-gak is pretty frantic knowing that Cho-rim is in there with Jae-hee, and pounds and hollers Jae-hee’s name. When he’s let in, Mu-gak visibly relaxes to see that Cho-rim is alright, but tenses up again when Jae-hee gets in his face. He’s maddeningly calm, and Mu-gak tells him that there’s no point in talking — they both know why he’s here.

He offers to stay and talk but only if Cho-rim leaves first, and Jae-hee agrees. After she goes, Jae-hee asks if he’s here to get the spy camera, and Mu-gak says he should since he doesn’t need it anymore. Jae-hee supposes with a smirk that the person who placed it should be the one to take it back.

When they get down to the Murder Library, Jae-hee tells Mu-gak that Cho-rim was just in here alone. He hopes the spy camera is still in place — was Cho-rim the one who placed it, and possibly retrieved it? They’ll know who it was when they find out if it’s still there. Jae-hee even admits that he hopes the camera is still there.

Mu-gak approaches the shelf where Cho-rim left the camera, but Jae-hee slips past him quickly and grabs it… it was still there. He looks furious, and when Mu-gak takes the camera, Jae-hee loses his ever-present cool and grabs Mu-gak’s jacket. He warns Mu-gak never to trespass on his property again.

Mu-gak actually grins to see Jae-hee’s control slip, and implies that his trespassing is nothing compared to Jae-hee killing his only family. He tells Jae-hee that he’ll die soon, unless he kills Mu-gak first. Gauntlet. Thrown.

Back at the station, Mu-gak tells Cho-rim that Jae-hee is definitely suspicious, so she can’t help with the investigation anymore. In fact, she needs to steer clear of him in general. She frets that she still needs to find something out from him — the scent that was on Baek-kyung’s body in the car, the one she couldn’t identify, was on Jae-hee today. She’s never seen it on him before.

This could be a critical clue to linking Jae-hee with the murders, so it’s time to tell the rest of the detective team that Cho-rim can see scents. Oh, this is gonna be fun.

Of course her claim is met with skepticism, so Mu-gak explains that her ability has been why he seemed exceptionally insightful in their recent cases (and awww, Cho-rim denies it, wanting her guy to get the credit). Yeom asks if she can prove it, so they set up a little test.

The team each stand in front of a locker, and Cho-rim has to guess whose locker it is (and OMG, Mu-gak tosses her a little kiss when she looks at his locker, how freaking CUTE is this guy??). Of course she gets them all correct, and now the boys look a little scared of her, hee.

Yeom immediately figures out that this is how Cho-rim knew Joo Ma-ri’s car was in the river. Kang is the first to ask how she got this ability, and she shows them her blue-green left eye. Mu-gak asks them all to keep it a secret.

PFFT, the guys are all into this “supernatural gift” idea now, Kang saying that sometimes he thinks he can hear people’s thoughts and Yeh claiming that he occasionally knows the future. Just before Mu-gak’s eyes can roll right out of his head, some of the other detectives come running by with Kang’s nemesis right behind, wailing that they let a perp escape right out of the station. The entire team looks expectantly at Cho-rim, heh.

Mu-gak holds up the perp’s jacket that he left behind, so Cho-rim can check out the scent. She heads outside but doesn’t go far, zeroing in immediately on the scent rising from the trunk of a car in the parking lot. Of course it’s Kang’s nemesis’s car and he demands to know why they’re all staring at it, so Mu-gak knocks on the truck and starts to count to three. POP! goes the criminal.

Now that the whole team is convinced that Cho-rim really can see scents, they try to track Jae-hee’s movements to figure out where he would have picked up the scent that was also found on Baek-kyung. He went straight home from the restaurant, so Yeom figures the scent must be in his home.

Ki says there must be a part of the house where Baek-kyung stayed, and Mu-gak extends that to guess it must be where he keeps his victims before killing them. He offers to let Jae-hee kidnap him, and Kang loudly protests. Awww, he cares. So Mu-gak says if they can’t do that, they have to shake Jae-hee up so he makes a mistake.

Detective Yeh gets his hands on the blueprints for Jae-hee’s house, and Ki uses it to report a fire code violation. He and Kang create a huge scene, to get them entry into Jae-hee’s house.

As Jae-hee works out yet again, he uses the time to think about the fact that he must have had the correct picture of Choi Eun-seol, or the police wouldn’t have switched it. But if they switched it, then they must know about his face-blindness. And the only person that he told was Cho-rim — so she must be helping the police. But why?

He takes the victim books written by Choi Eun-seol’s parents into the white room, flipping through them for information. He finds mention of Eun-seol’s best friend in high school (why would you write someone’s real name for a murderer to read??) and Jae-hee makes a note of the girl’s information.

Apparently, Mu-gak is taking his new job as Cho-rim’s 24/7 bodyguard seriously, as they walk into the station the next day with both of his arms tightly around her, making the detectives cringe. HAHA. She tries to at least help out, but Mu-gak ushers her to the sofa to relax.

Later in a meeting, Yeom reports that Cho-rim’s hypnosis sessions to regain her memory aren’t working out. I love how worried all the guys are about her. They decide to move on to “peer treatment,” where people from the person’s past are brought in and hopefully, spending time with them jogs the person’s memory.

They head to Jae-hee’s to do an inspection for the trumped-up fire code violation, and Jae-hee twitches a bit when they say they’re looking for unapproved additions to the house. He actually looks nervous when Mu-gak specifically mentions the basement.

Just because he can, Mu-gak moves through the Murder Library knocking books off the shelves. It’s vindictive, but somehow satisfying. Jae-hee blandly says he’s getting upset, and Mu-gak says he must kill people when he’s upset, even throwing in a “come at me” gesture. He reminds Jae-hee that he should kill him if he wants to live, himself.

Mu-gak practically invites Jae-hee to kidnap him right now, saying he’s dying to see the secret room where he holds his victims before killing them. Jae-hee just tells him to keep looking, and leaves the library as Mu-gak throws down more books, calling after him, “Kidnap me!”

Lieutenant Yeom finds the girl who approached Cho-rim at the cooking show shoot, Soo-mi, explaining about Cho-rim’s lost memory and asking for her help. She asks her also to spread the word to Cho-rim’s classmates, the only caveat being not to mention her murdered parents.

Meanwhile Jae-hee is busy tracking down old friends of Cho-rim’s as well, and he manages to find the girl that was mentioned in the victim book, whose name is Mi-na. Mi-na hasn’t seen her friend since the accident, and is excited to hear that she’s alive and living in Seoul. She plans to get all of their friends together, and agrees to tell Jae-hee when she finds her.

Cho-rim meets with Soo-mi, apologizing for not recognizing her. Soo-mi tells her she’s organizing a get-together with all their old friends. Afterward Mu-gak offers to take Cho-rim to eat, but she pouts when he heads off on his own since he’s supposed to be guarding her. He becomes adorably overly-solicitous and follows her every step, making her giggle at his cute antics.

At lunch, Mu-gak goes wide-eyed and gasps that he can taste the spiciness of the dish. Cho-rim starts feeding him the different foods and he guesses the flavor, but the smirk on his face finally clues her in that he’s pulling her leg. Awww, he’s too cute to be mad at, Cho-rim! He says that he won’t regain his ability to taste and feel until she regains her memories first.

Mu-gak knows Cho-rim well, and guesses that she’s feeling confined these days, not being allowed to do anything until they catch Jae-hee. He offers to take her biking, and she lights right up. He stops at a booth and picks out a hairclip for Cho-rim (after first choosing one meant for dogs — oops!) and he goes around taking cute pictures of her and her clip.

Mu-gak mugs cutely for an ice cream, then they rent a tandem bike where he pretends to be helping and laughs at Cho-rim’s complains that it’s too hard to pedal. They stop at a bench for more pics, and Cho-rim doesn’t notice when her new hairclip falls out.

They get back on the bike, but don’t get far before it starts to pour. They take refuge under a gazebo, and Cho-rim notices her missing clip. Mu-gak suggests she look for the shampoo scent that will be on it, but she can’t see scents when it rains. Something tells me this will be important later.

Mu-gak uses the camera pics to pinpoint when she suddenly wasn’t wearing the pin, leading him right back to the bench. He finds the clip, but pockets it instead of giving it to her.

Detectives Ki and Yeh stake out Jae-hee’s house, where he’s apparently stayed in all day. It’s suspicious that he’s not been to the restaurant, and canceled his TV show shootings. Detective Yeh asks why Elena hasn’t called Ki in a while, and Ki chalks it up to “push-and-pull.”

Cho-rim’s old friend Mi-na calls Jae-hee, telling him that she’s gotten in touch with Choi Eun-seol. The friends are all going to be getting together soon, and Jae-hee offers the use of a restaurant he knows, for free.

Cho-rim and Mu-gak go back to his place for the night, and he gives her the hairclip back. She smacks him for teasing her and he clutches his chest, then grins again, the big dork. Lieutenant Yeom calls him to discuss a security plan for the friends’ get-together the next day, then asks Cho-rim if she’s free to go somewhere with her.

She takes Cho-rim shopping for an outfit, saying it’s a treat to help her get her memory back. She’s all sisterly smiles and even buys the outfit, then they go to a shop that Cho-rim likes, because you can mix your own personal perfume scent.

Cho-rim mixes up a scent with the freesia that Yeom wears, and the rose that Cho-rim herself wears, saying that they even look pretty together. She puts it in a pretty silver locket for Yeom as a gift, and Yeom looks genuinely touched.

Mu-gak presents his findings on Jae-hee’s past to the team, and it turns out that when he lived in America, he was accepted to Harvard Medical School but dropped out. That he’d particularly excelled in the anesthesia class is no surprise to anyone. The reason for his dropping out is unknown, but Mu-gak notes that in the US, medical students have to pass a psychological test, and Jae-hee dropped out right after the test. Interesting.

Mu-gak assumes that Jae-hee became a chef instead, because it allows him to kill living things without reproach. He thinks it was hard for him to reconcile his need to kill with the fact that doctors are meant to save lives. The fact that he keeps his victims for six days before killing him seems to carry some meaning, and is probably the key to why he kills.

If they can discover what happens during those six days, they’ll know what makes Jae-hee tick, and be able to find evidence to arrest him. It’s starting to sound like letting him kidnap Mu-gak is their only option, so he can experience those six days.

Mu-gak and Yeom leave the meeting to escort Cho-rim to her reunion, and Mu-gak inspects every private room in the restaurant. Unfortunately, he misses seeing the face of one man, who turns out to be Jae-hee in disguise right in the room next to Cho-rim’s friends. Aack! We see that he’d approached two homeless men and offered them a bath, new clothes, and a meal, and had worn a grey wig to hide himself as another older man.

Mu-gak clears Cho-rim to join her friends, and she sits where Jae-hee can see her through a crack in the screen. Luckily she’s wearing the new clothes that Yeom bought and that he won’t recognize. Yeom and Mu-gak sit out in the main room, and Detective Ki reports that Jae-hee still hasn’t left his house.

Cho-rim’s friends tell her that they know about her memory loss and urge her to feel comfortable, which Jae-hee overhears, confirming that this is the right Choi Eun-seol. It’s the first he’s heard that she lost her memory, though, and as he listens to her talk, he thinks that her voice sounds familiar.

When one of the girls says she saw Cho-rim on television with Chef Kwon Jae-hee, and asks if Oh Cho-rim is a stage name, it all clicks into place. He’s had Choi Eun-seol right next to him all this time. Furious, Jae-hee struggles to process this information.

After lunch, Yeom and Mu-gak smile at the girls like indulgent elders, both of them pleased to see Cho-rim surrounded by friends. Yeom heads to the car as Mu-gak hangs back, but he’s distracted when he sees the two men from one dining room meeting friends with giant leftover bags of food. He follows, and one of the men tells him that the clothes and food were a gift from a stranger.

Back inside Cho-rim sends her friends off, but when she doesn’t see Mu-gak near, she goes down the stairs to the parking garage alone. And right behind her is Jae-hee, in his black Barcode Killer garb. He comes up right behind her, says only, “Choi Eun-seol,” and chloroforms her.

He takes her back to his house and down a storm door, leaving her in the white room alone, still unconscious. He makes two meals upstairs, sending one down a dumbwaiter, and sees his captive on video starting to wake. He takes his own meal down to the Murder Library and sits in his chair, pressing the button to open the wall between the rooms. There, on the other side of the glass…

… is Lieutenant Yeom. Oh snap.

Jae-hee doesn’t immediately realize his mistake, since Yeom is dressed in the same clothing Cho-rim was wearing at the restaurant. He asks if he should call her Choi Eun-seol or Oh Cho-rim, and gets in answer, “You can call me Lieutenant Yeom Mi.”

The look of shock, surprise, and oh shit on Jae-hee’s face is every bit as satisfying as could be hoped, and more. We see how Yeom had stepped into the stairwell just behind Cho-rim in order to place herself between her and Jae-hee to get herself kidnapped on purpose. Jae-hee thinks fast but comes up with zilch, and Yeom sneers at his speechlessness.

In the car with Mu-gak, Cho-rim demands answers, and finds out that Yeom got herself kidnapped in her place. Mu-gak had known what she was planning, having seen that she was wearing the same outfit as Cho-rim, the same one she’d bought for her as a gift. Cho-rim is beside herself with worry, but Mu-gak just growls that he’s going to kill Jae-hee, right now.

When they get to Jae-hee’s house, Mu-gak orders Cho-rim to stay at the car and runs to the door. He ignores formality and just shoots the lock open, and doesn’t even pause as he marches in and punches Jae-hee hard enough to send him rolling halfway across the room.

Mu-gak grabs Jae-hee’s collar and puts the gun to his head, demanding to know where Lieutenant Yeom is right now. Bleeding from the mouth, Jae-hee just laughs.

COMMENTS

Well I certainly didn’t see that coming, but I admit I cheered when that wall opened and it was Yeom on the other side, with that Dude you are so busted expression on her face. I haven’t always liked Yeom as a character in the course of the show, but I have to admire her dogged determination to do whatever it takes to catch the killer, even if it means offering herself up as bait. The look on Jae-hee’s face made me laugh maniacally, because for the first time, he was totally thrown off-guard and had nothing, I repeat, nothing, to say. I think that’s going to turn out to be the moment that the Barcode Killer knew that it was all over.

I know the show has gotten a lot of criticism for being as full of plot-holes as Swiss cheese, and I can’t argue with a single one of the comments pointing out that it’s not been as strong in the second half as it started out. Heck, I’ve complained a fair bit myself, and this episode was no different (really, wouldn’t a real cop insist on looking at everyone’s faces at the restaurant?). But I think that there’s something to be said for a show that, for whatever reason, keeps me engaged and interested enough to cheer and whoop at the big “Aha” moments, and blush and sigh at the romantic moments, even when I have to suspend my disbelief for a large portion of the plot. I don’t know exactly what it is that keeps me loving this show even when I’m thinking What the…really??, but I do, and a large part of that is the characters.

I just love how the detective team is coming together as a family, since none of them seem to have much real family to speak of. It’s especially fun to watch the guys tease and include Mu-gak, who they recently tried to keep out of their group — particularly Detective Kang. The way he yelped in horror when Mu-gak suggested using himself as bait was so sweet, when just a few episodes ago he was telling him never to come near him again. Not to mention how badly the three detectives wanted Mu-gak back on the team when he was kicked off. This team really cares about one another, and now they’re including Cho-rim as part of their in-crowd. It was telling that, even so soon after her revealing her ability to see scents, the moment an opportunity came up that they could make use of it, each and every one of them turned to look at her like, “You’re up, Rookie.” I joked in an early recap that Cho-rim would make a god cop, but now I really could see her joining the force and using her ability to solve crimes on a regular basis.

I do think that the show’s strength also lies in its continued ability to surprise us as an audience, and Yeom’s setting herself up to be kidnapped was a big one. It was a smart move on her part, because discovering what happens during the six days that he holds his captives is the thing that they need to know in order to figure out the why of Jae-hee’s methods. Why does he keep his victims alive, and why the barcodes carved into their arms? They need to know, so they can stop him. For that reason, I almost hope that Mu-gak doesn’t get Yeom back right away, because with all the theories and speculations flying around since the beginning, I still think we’re in for even more surprises. Jae-hee is still an enigma, and getting Yeom back now would be enough to nail him as the killer, but wouldn’t help them learn why he does what he does. She needs to experience those six days, and as dangerous as that is, it’s necessary if they want to not only catch a killer, but learn what makes Jae-hee tick.

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Things are slowly going downhill for this drama. It started it off so strong. Cute and funny, but also very interesting and thrilling. Unfortunately, I don't really think the writers have been doing a good job lately.

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It's the exposition.

The dialogue is lovely - from romcom to dramatic. But the exposition.... even in the mouths of veteran actors.... it just comes across as heavy handed. And this simplifying of the story is what is creating the sense of boredom and dragging - all of the audience's curiosity and anxiety is satisfied faaaarrrr to easily.

Given that the exposition and the rest of the dialogue sound so different, I'm going to guess that there are two writers working on this drama.

It's a bit frustrating, bc the plot is fine - it's silly and light like all Korean romcoms, but that would hardly matter if the execution were better.

On a really positive note - how great is Park Yoochun's comedic performance??! He's really growing as an actor with every project!

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Hi Susan,

May I know if you are the same Susan, with experience in drama making, who also commented in Liar Game?

If so, I'm glad to see you here and to read your take on this show. :)

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Yep, yep. It's me. :-) I'm trying not to comment as much bc I can be a bit critical and I don't want to put everyone off.

By the way - is anyone watching Falling for Innocence (Falling for Soon Jung)? I'm having an interesting time comparing that drama to this one - the tone of both of these dramas / romcoms is very different but the underlying elements are quite similar - both have a central dramatic conflict with a larger than life villain and a romantic relationship with both comedy and emotional undertones.

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@Susan

+1

"It’s a bit frustrating, bc the plot is fine – it’s silly and light like all Korean romcoms, but that would hardly matter if the execution were better."

Got to agree. At times, it's more a matter of execution than anything. Sometimes they are brilliant and other times short. Normally, I'll just watch and move on, instead of scrutinizing on their every error. As far as I've read, this is like an almost live filming, it's tough. For all we know, the team could be well aware of all the "holes" present (like how viewers like to put it lol), but they just don't have the time to patch them "holes", you know what I mean? lol

"On a really positive note – how great is Park Yoochun’s comedic performance??! He’s really growing as an actor with every project!"
Oh, he's just brilliant in here.

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@susan @tgwss-er

I think that they have been live shooting since ep5. In a interview release a couple episodes after TGWSS aired, Yoochun said that he is concerned that the production is already behind schedule.

I think the plot is fine as well. I can see where the writer is going in every episode. The plot holes in the investigative part are not even remotely that big enough to sink the whole ship. This drama still has a lot going for it. Unfortunately, it's the so-called failed police procedurals that are pissing some off.

But I always like to keep in mind that our group of bumbling detectives was never written as Korea's best-of-the-best, but rather a group of neighborhood oppas and unnir who are doing their best to crack an extremely difficult case. They are basically up against a near-genius psychopath who has pretty much perfected his crimes. In a sense, I find their mistakes, the smart ones as well the downright bombs, more relatable because they are a reflection of the group's less-than-perfect personalities.

I like to commend the writer for creating such endearing and relatable characters, thus, even when they made some truly frustrating errors, I can still forgive because like the rest of us, they are wayy too human. XD

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I think that the police bumbling is intentional. It creates the opening for Det. Choi Moo-Gak to join the team. Lt. Yeom Mi-Gyeong is a trained profiler and she's been given a sort of lazy detective team.

Given that South Korea doesn't seem to have very many serial killers:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_serial_killers_by_country#South_Korea

I think I can accept the premise that there isn't a crack police team for this - just maybe a person or two who is skilled at this sort of thing.

So, someone like Det. Choi Moo-Gak, who seems remotely competent is a welcome addition to bumbling team. And there is the set-up for the whole drama.

I have some other minor issues with the whole police concept, but given the light comedic tone of this drama, I'm inclined to ignore them.

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thanks for the reviews ! you're right on many thing (i won't spoil don't worry) =)

today, orange marmalade and producers went out. reccently warm and cozy was released, too. I watched all of them and I know no one who has begun these dramas;

thats why.... I am looking forward to reading your recaps :D
please keep doing such a good "job" !

Marie

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I know right I really hope DB do recaps for Orange Marmalade and Producers too! I'm more interested in Orange Marmalade because the pilot episode was so good :D

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The Producers: Episode 1

I havent checked both Orange Marmalade & Producers tho. But for some new current dramas, I enjoyed Ex-Girlfriend Club & School 2015 and am still loving TGWSS to bits because Yoochun is love hehe :lol:

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Yeom Mi's line after Jae Hee asks what he should call her - so badass! I'm sure with three whole episodes left to go they'll show us what happens during the 6 days in captivity, I just hope that it's good enough to satisfy my curiosity about Jae Hee. He gets creepier by the second.

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I know right that was so eeFing badass

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I really liked this episode. For once, I felt that old familiar spark I had at the beginning of the series . . . but then episode 14 happened and I went right back to feeling frustrated and disappointed again. Why can't we just forget the serial killer/bumbling cops thing, and just focus on Mu-gak and Cho-rim being adorable for the remaining episodes? That seems to be the only thing I'm actually enjoying anymore.

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I totally agree. I was screaming with frustration on ep14..wtf is the writer-nim thinking? I really love the rom com of this show and am trying to ignore the crime thriller part but it is difficult to do that when the crime part is the base for the show. Gahhhhhhhhhhhhh

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I was wondering when the murderer became so... for lack of a better word, dumb, when he was so meticulous before (remember him timing his microwave thingy and having his assistant see his car leave the carpark?)

Maybe we could argue that him being eager to finish Cho Rim off has made him careless. Hur.

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Yeah, I wouldn't take such issue if the crime scenes weren't so prevalent, but they're done so poorly and so often, it's impossible to dismiss them entirely. Plus, I think part of my rage stems from the fact that the most unbelievable part of the story (that she can see smells) is the most *believable* part of the drama.

It makes me wonder if the webtoon was written so sloppily. If it was, the drama writer should've adapted it more believably, and if not, they should've stuck more closely to the original. Either way, I sincerely pray this writer never writes a "crime" drama ever again.

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I have always liked how the two leads, Cho-rim and Mu-gak are so evenly matched in this production. There is a give and take between them and it moves nicely. He gets smarty, she pulls him back or sets the correct tempo. She places herself out there, and he is behind in the shadows keeping watch in case she needs his ’manly’ protection.

I am sort of sitting on the fence in relationship to Jae-hee being revealed so early, and what could there still be there to wow us. They did this time though, with the twist of Officer Yeom being the object he brought home instead of Cho-rim. With this being said, I guess there is still enough time and curves they can throw as us to keep us guessing and watching.

Really enjoying this, not taking its self too seriously, but enough kind of suspense (initially) to keep us coming back for more.

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@midwest mz

"I have always liked how the two leads, Cho-rim and Mu-gak are so evenly matched in this production. There is a give and take between them and it moves nicely. He gets smarty, she pulls him back or sets the correct tempo. She places herself out there, and he is behind in the shadows keeping watch in case she needs his ’manly’ protection."

My thoughts exactly! There's just this special something about this couple, they are so different from the norm, love them!

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I have the same problem with this drama: there are parts where I'm saying what the hell?, why are you doing that? don't you know you need to keep your bluff to outsmart him?... but I still keep watching the show.
I hope it has a good explanation to the readon for Jae Hee's murderous actions because, so far, he's been the most interesting character in the show... we have to admit it, he's a good villain.
thank you for the recap!!!! :)

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i like this episode and hated it back in episode 14. think the scripwriter already lost his mind. He made chef kwon like main lead with all story focus on him like seriously? remind me so much like HJI. i bet we only get OTP cute scene only in 15 minutes after this drama finish on episode. it shame because yc and ssk has great chemistry but they waste it with useless scene!

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yumi15 May 2015
i like this episode and hated it back in episode 14. think the scripwriter already lost his mind. He made chef kwon like main lead with all story focus on him like seriously? remind me so much like HJI. i bet we only get OTP cute scene only in 15 minutes before this drama finish on episode 16. it shame because yc and ssk has great chemistry but they waste it with useless scene!

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Thanks again for the recap. Like you, I'm still totally in for ride with this drama, plot-holes and all, because of the amazing chemistry among the cast, and our cute OTP. And yes, Yeom redeemed herself by being bad ass in this episode.

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With my disbelieve suspensor on maximum, this episode was actually rather nice.

We get a little bit of inner dialogue from Kwon, confirming that he really is supposed to be a guy who can add two and two: He is figuring out that Cho-rim ratted on him based on the picture exchange, like any sane man would (Not that I'm trying to suggest that Kwon is sane, of course).

We get to see some police work that didn't look entirely stupid.

We get the shopping scene with Yeom and Cho-rim. That was soo out of character for Yeom that I burst out laughing as soon as I realised what Yeom was up to. Good one!

MG and CR at this point are just about perfect. I guess the whole mystery "plot" (for a lack of a better word) has its advantages: There is no need for forced conflict in the romance plot and they can go with a very sincere and healthy and beautiful relationship. (Skip the parts where the writer chronically tries to make Mu-gak kill Cho-rim.)

We spent a lot of screen time on the very adorkable and sweet date that, for me, was the most suspenseful part in the show to date. Simply because I know that something like that, in episode 13, with a murder lurking around, means "business".

I have to be nit-picky, of course. (Please stop reading here if you cannot handle it. Thank you.)

What exactly happened with Cho-rim NOT taking the camera back? The climax of last episode was Cho-rim risking her life to get the camera back, and now she doesn't. Why not?
(a) Did she intuitively think that, if Kwon was back at his house, that might mean he knew about the camera and she better should leave it there?
(b) Did she see Kwon's smell at the camera and left it there?
(c) Did she forget about the camera due to stress?

I'd really like to know, dear drama. (a) would have been cool, because it would highlight Cho-rim's instincts. (b) would have been even cooler, because, you know, the title of the show. Because you didn't show either, I have to assume (c). Which kinda sucks.

Following this up: Mu-gak gets into the library and has to retrieve the camera himself. Now, at this point, I have no idea what happened to Cho-rim and the camera and I just assume she did take it. The show tells me that I should feel suspense for whether or not Mu-gak can find the camera to convince Kwon -- but that is NOT the primary question as long as I don't know about Cho-rim. Way to take out the punch of a scene.

Finally, the Lt. Yeom gambit. Which was awesome, but really kinda weird. Think about it:

By mere coincidence, Kwon starts to dig into the witness' former social circle right when Yeom ticks off the reunion thing. Without this unlikely coincidence, Kwon would never had known about the reunion.

Lt. Yeom, knowing that the chance for Kwon to attack Cho-rim on that day is not very high, still went out of her way to go shopping with Cho-rim and then doubled as her. And then she magically guesses the exact time and exact position of switching with...

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I choose a combination of a) and b). Since it wasnt shown, I am filling up the gap scenes with what I think should happen. So after chef went up in the lift, cho-rim started to complete her mission in retrieving the camera. However she can see chef scents on the camera book and she cleverly deduce that chef has found out about the camera, and if she took it now chef would know it was her who put it there.

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to continue...that's why she's shaking madness when chef insisted she drinks the coffee.

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I would like to add on.
1) how can Yeom disguise herself as CR without informing the rest (except for MG)? She is putting herself in extreme danger. There shd be some kind of tracking device so tt they can know where she's gone. It's a good idea but a foolhardy way of executing it.
2) I'm surprised that Jaehee didn't get MG suspended for breaking down his door, punching him n putting a gun to his head. And also the fact tt he is personally involved in the case.
3) didn't the beggar guys notice tt for a grey haired man, JH's complexion is exceptionally good and that he's awfully young n pretty?

Having said all this.... I love
1) the muucck that MG gave CR. So cute!
2) the look on JH's face when he found out that he had kidnapped Lt Yeom instead of CR!

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"I’m surprised that Jaehee didn’t get MG suspended for breaking down his door, punching him n putting a gun to his head. And also the fact tt he is personally involved in the case."

We are dealing with a psycho, not a normal person.
I guess a normal person will do as what you've mentioned above, but a psycho? Maybe not.

Am I the only one who thinks he's actually welcoming Mu-gak to play the game with him? All these years he's playing the game alone, it's getting boring. And now there's Mu-gak. I don't know, to me, he's more like "you got it right, I'm the killer, come get me if you can!

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Wahh~~i like it when you said jaehee actually like playing games..and especially with mugak..with a psycho like him...i really think that it is his intention after alll...

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Did you not see how satisfied he is when Mu-gak punches him on the face? He's all happy, smiling psycho saying; I like it, you can punch harder, you know??

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where do you find such stores to make your own perfume so easily? any names?

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I'd like to know, too. Do these stores actually exist? Make your own concoction and then take it with you. Very cool. ;)

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Didnt you realised that chorim scene with yeom mi making perfume is actually ppl too..hehe...the one that they go is called scentlier...:)

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I really enjoyed the twist (YES, LT. YEOM, PLEASE USE YOUR 20/20 FORESIGHT TO MAKE UP FOR HOW INEPT YOUR ENTIRE FORCE IS) plus the fanservice as if to apologize for episode 11- Yoochun's aegyo and Namgoong Min's washboard abs all in the span of 15 minutes? Please kill me, I don't have enough :o

What I fear though, being that I've already watched episode 14, is that the drama will employ the 'break the cutie' troupe and either kill off/mortally wound Yeom with 2 episodes to go for 'dramatic effect', and considering where the writing's taken us, it's not too much to speculate.

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I looooooooooove this episode!
it brings back our smelly girl, our cute OTP and makes me love Lt.Yeom's character! overprotective Moo Gak is so LOL! I want to be under witness protection too! :lol:

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Yes..i think the writer reads the netizen comments that the drama lack scent smelling chorim...then bamm!lots of chorim showing her capabilties again which i totallyy like..thats the main point of the drama actually...feels like it has given its place to the barcode case...and yeah what a cute way to have protection programme...:D

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After watching this episode, I know I might be the only one but I really wanted Namgoong Min and Yoon Jin Seo together in a future drama as leads coz I can totally ship them together! ♥

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You r not the only one! Am i the only one to see the chemistry?

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I love and hate this show now. This writer really should not have used the crime thriller as the basis of the show. I'm sorry for ranting about this but I really need to get a few things off my chest.
The police ineptitude knows no bound in this show. You have a witness that is supposedly under 24/7 survaillance protection and yet you think it is a good idea to tell her high school friends that oh hey she is still alive and have lost her memory, oh please remember to tell everyone that choi eun seul still alive. Why? Why dont you just tie her up, drive her to chef's house and tell him, here you go this is the girl you tried to kill before, here kill her now. Even if they set up this whole thing to lure him out, really they didnt think this through. Writer-nim, is it too expensive to hire a consultant for the show? Did you used up all your budgets to cgi scents?
This show has so much potential it is seriously killing me to rant about it.

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Yay show, thanks for giving me my smell seeing girl back!

The face off between Lieutenant Yeom and Jae Hee is going to be interesting.

Another thing is I like the plot point about Jae Hee's obsession with finding Choi Eun Seol, only to realise how meaningless because she can't remember anything, and even worse, she's been under his nose as Oh Cho Rim all this whole!

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Cant we get more romcom hijinks on this show? The chemistry is sooo sooo good. I want more cute scenes. I was expecting more on the roommate cohabitation hijinks to happen because of the witness protection program. Can we get more of that please?

While I really like lt yeom scenes in this ep, the shopping w cho rim and the last reveal in secret room was good. I am slightly worried the sisterly shopping scene is there as a foreshadowing of future dark days.
I really think lt yeom is miscasted. She is more suitable in the caring sisterly character. Her cold strong policewonan character does not suit her at all. I always feel uncomfortable watching her act her police scenes.

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Thanks for the recap, LollyPip! I totally agree that a lot of us are suspending our logic for the sake of the cuteness of the main couple and other character moments. XD

Love the date and MG's aegyo for ice-cream. LOL Letting the team in on CR's ability was cool and definitely love how they expect her to use that skill right away. =P

I thought it was smart CR didn't take the camera. Was holding my breath when MG and JH went searching for it in the library.

The clothes shopping and perfume gift seemed to predict future events, but I was still surprised by the twist in the end, which was very satisfying.

Let's hope the writer can wrap up this series well. Some things still don't make a lot of sense--why would MG dash off without letting CR know he was suspicious of the two old men with so much food when he knew Lt. Yeom was getting the car?! He should knew better than to have CR out of sight for even one second.

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"Love the date and MG’s aegyo for ice-cream."
Gosh. But to be fair, did Mu-gak do anything? He just showed Cho-rim his sad puppy eyes, that's all. And Cho-rim (and us lol) are all STOP right there! That's too much, you are getting your ice-cream, hahaha.

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I was cracked when chorim said "he doesnt have any shame" while fanning & touching her face! haha..she cant stand the cuteness of Moo Gak so no choice, must treat this baby moo gakkie :lol:

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Haha! I think we would all be like Chorim!! Just can't resist the cuteness!! =P He could've asked for anything and we would've agreed!!

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Sounds cruel but I'm sooooo GLAD the drama will end next week because i don't want the producers do any more damage to the drama....i wonder if they read comments and know the plot flops now (despite the rise rating)?
Only the OTP gives me perseverance watching this, but their spark is not much as before since the plot is focusing on the weak crime scene now....

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I agree. The cast are doing their good job in the acting department but the writer seems a little lost here. It really needs a neat combination of the whole team to make a good and satisfying drama.

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it is so great. i love this drama and i hope it ends success.

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Echos!

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and i think this drama will on top rating. I am excited. good job!

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I have had sooooo many hulksmash moments in this episode.. Urrrgghh!! I actually hated so many of this things everyone liked here. (Sorry guys)

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1. If the whole point of the fire safety inspection is to check the killer's house, why give your intentions away right off the bat?

2. MG's extremely ham handed baiting of the killer "Take mee take meeeee" Jeeeeez obvious much?

3. The way the all 5 cops just turn to CR to find the escaped convict. I mean hello? She's not a convenient sniffer toy you know. And the way they just took her over to see the criminals jacket, which would look odd to everyone. Just because she's ok with the current team knowing about her talent, doesn't mean she'd be ok with EVERYONE finding out!

4. Super convenient rainfall just to establish that CR can't see smells when it rains?

5. Super convenient gift of perfume which I am also sure will become helpful in future!

6. The way MG barged into the killer's house it came across as he was genuinely afraid that she'd been kidnapped and he didn't know exactly where she was. Which means she isn't carrying a tracker.
If she had they would have just pinpointed her location and found her and arrested the killer! This confuses me on several levels. If you didn't mean to make yourself bait, why are you dressed like CR? If you meant to make yourself bait, why are you not planning that out better? And why are you not carrying a tracker? Does joining the police-force involve leaving your brains at home?

Seriously the cuteness is the only reason I got through this episode! I hope they redeem themselves from this in epi 14!

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on point 6) -- yes yes I completely wholeheartedly agree with it. It drives me crazy because it's like this mixed message of Lt yeom was smart enough to think of switching but not smart enough to wear a tracker/tracer.

gahhh ep14 was so bad, i can't even begin....

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"ep14 was so bad, i can’t even begin…." oh darn it! No! I was willing to overlook this one (epi 13) because the first half of the drama as so good I was willing to make a one-episode stupidity allowance! I haven't seen 14 yet but at least now I have an advance warning!

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Did anyone know the tittle of instrumental song in this drama... Its always appeared in early episodes.. I think the beginning of ep4, when Lt.Yeom saw Eun Seol's face, that bgm appeared.. If anyone knew about the song, pls tell me!

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Thank you LollyPip!

I agree with many of the comments ... and here are more moments I noted:

Cute: those cops are almost of Keystone variety with their one-up-man-ship in having super powers just because CR does!! Cutely childish or what!

Kang in disbelief that MG has no plan on how to proceed and saying seriously and with a straight face himself. " Mu Gak-ah, you can't joke while looking so handsome and with such a straight face." Only to be proven right as MG does have a plan which he immediately starts to outline ...again with a straight face! LOL!

MG being petty again when CR wanted him to follow her to protect her rather than let him lead the way. What kind of 24 hour protection is it when MG was running away from CR!!!LOL!

Some things that got me wondering: Why did we have that longish scene snippet of Ki and Yeh in the car talking about Elena and age and how Ki wanted to be younger than Yeh. Is it going to lead up to something or was it just filler?

Another thing - Is mention of CR not using her eyes to see things but instead to see smells something to note? Is she depending too much on seeing smells as in her search for her hairpin? Does this auger ill

More bits that are hard to understand: If Yeom could get her connection (in US?) to help get the info on JH, why does that appear only in Ep 13 (... to lengthen the story is the only reason I can guess). Everything else about his keeping his victims for 6 days etc was known ages ago, but it's only in this episode that it's discussed.

When the talk was about how the scent CR saw on Kwon was not in the restaurant but only appeared between the restaurant and the house, I would have thought it was the car or vehicle JH travelled in that should have been suspected, instead of some as yet unknown, hidden room in the house. That was really a great leap (plot leap instead of plot hole or hole with a leap Heheheh!) of deduction!

Yes, I'm still enjoying this show... now on to Ep 14. :)

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"Is mention of CR not using her eyes to see things but instead to see smells something to note? Is she depending too much on seeing smells as in her search for her hairpin?"
I like the message here. Mu-gak is like half-teasingly telling her, the hairpin is just in front of you, you are getting too dependant on your "seeing scents" ability.

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Hi @Neutral

Yes I agree. When someone has a special ability, we tend to pay that more attention and forget the normal abilities which still work perfectly well and can suffice!

On the technology side... it's like now we cannot seem to make an appointment or keep it without our mobile phones... when we were able to do it long before pagers/beepers ever existed! LOL!

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I liked this episode, plot holes and all.
I do miss @Ivoire and her take on things. (i do hope the move is going well ) the comment section is not the same without her :)
The date and super cute faces were so sweet, made me smile and get warm and fuzzy.
I also like the sense of family the team gives off. I know (from watching kshows) in Korea it is very unusual to have a close friendship with people who are different in age by a lot of years, yet lt ki and yeh seem so close, even so far as the younger one teasing the older one, almost as if they are of the same age.
Maybe that's why lt Ki said something about that age gap not being a big deal anyways?
After the "dating a foreigner" thing that was another subtle comment on maybe how the writers feel these things should not be a big issue in SK? or maybe i'm assuming to much .
and the "peekaboo its me !" moment followed by the "F **, i'm so busted" look on Kwon his face, loved it.Who said Nam goo Min can only do blank faces :) ..but darn, those abs..they are killing me every time he flaunts them. :) :)

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Hello @ cocobeans,

And thank you so much for making my day (which is starting really early, though I am kind of late for commenting here, for this ep. :-) )! I loved this, "I do miss @Ivoire and her take on things. (i do hope the move is going well ) the comment section is not the same without her :-) " Thank you again for writing that! :-)

Here are my thoughts for now, though I feel like I might have to rewatch the ep.:

Thank you LollyPip for the recap! I really LOVED the reveal and the ending of ep.13. I honestly did not expect it. That was one thing I thought the show (and the writer) did well, and they did a great job concealing that fact until the very end. When I watched that scene, I wanted to stand up and applaud. I also really LOVED the look on JH’s face, when he realized he had the wrong person, as much as I LOVED the look on Let. Yeom’s face, when she let JH know that he had the wrong person. For once, the police did something right.

At first, when Let. Yeom decided to buy CR an outfit, I thought she was just being nice. However, to then go back (or think) of getting the same outfit for herself was awesome! Because honestly, when MG left CR alone for a few minutes to go talk to the homeless man, I was thinking, “why are you guys leaving CR alone? Haven’t you guys noticed that JH is always one step (or 10) ahead of you guys? Please, don’t do that.” It turned out that Let. Yeom was ahead of JH, so to me, the ep. had a great ending.

I also loved the cute scenes between MG and CR. The way he said, “Oh, I am soooorry... Where would you like to go?” and how he cutely followed her, until he decided that he had enough of that, and just went his way. And as usual, CR had to catch up to him. PYC is really adorable when he does stuff like that. I also thought it was funny how MG and CR walked into the Police building, holding each other (as if it were the last time they would be seeing each other), and Det. Ye had to bring that to their attention. I also literally LOLed, when I Det. Ki said that his Russian girlfriend was 15 years younger than him. I had to pause the ep., and take that in, especially when Det. Ki asked if that was a big age difference. Like his colleague, I was surprised that she didn’t call during the stakeout. I totally expected her to.

And JH went to Harvard? No wonder the guy is so smart, usually being ahead of the police. But certain things come to an end, even for smart killers (thank goodness for that). JH is very resourceful, and creative in his search of CES. He will stop nothing to find her. In that sense, he reminds me (to a certain extent) to the bad guy in Three Days. He was very resourceful as well, and he had minions in every faction of society, it seemed. On a different note, I am loving the OST of this drama, I have been listening to it non-stop this whole week.

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Hello, good to see you @Ivoire!

"When I watched that scene, I wanted to stand up and applaud. I also really LOVED the look on JH’s face, when he realized he had the wrong person, as much as I LOVED the look on Let. Yeom’s face, when she let JH know that he had the wrong person."

I know! I love it when Lt Yeom answered fearlessly “You can call me Lieutenant Yeom Mi.” lol, GOTCHA!

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"At first, when Let. Yeom decided to buy CR an outfit, I thought she was just being nice. However, to then go back (or think) of getting the same outfit for herself was awesome!"
Clever move indeed. And it's not like she's 100% sure the killer will be there to get Cho-rim, like what she told Mu-gak "you never know, I'm wearing the same outfit, just in case". That's why the lack of "what to do next" follow-up actions by the cops, maybe? lol

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@Ivoire

“I also loved the cute scenes between MG and CR. The way he said, “Oh, I am soooorry… Where would you like to go?” and how he cutely followed her, until he decided that he had enough of that, and just went his way. And as usual, CR had to catch up to him. PYC is really adorable when he does stuff like that.”
So agree. I love how Cho-rim always ended up looking like a cute puppy chasing after her master like that. Mu-gak knows her too well, hehe.

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Gotta love a mischievous Mu-gak with his little kiss~ <3

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Also @ cocobeans,

Thank you for asking about the move. It did finally happen (last Sat. May 9th), and yes, it was a LOT of work. I did not sleep at all the night before (Friday into Sat.) and I was ready to be in bed by 10pm that Sat., which usually does not happen. I overslept, and missed the recap on Sunday (May 10), and when the week started, things got really busy for me, and it was hard for me to come here. So yeah, I now live in a new city :-)

Also, @ cocobeans, I was wondering: you are from Belgium, aren't you? If you are, do you speak French? I was curious about that, because I speak French as well.

I also thought the age gap between Det. Ki and his girlfriend was interesting. I was not sure what to make of it. Was the writer trying to say something?

I love PYC acting cute! I think it works for him. And I would like more skinship between the OTP (and by skinship, I don't mean more kisses, but more ways in which they might hold, hug, or touch each other). And could we have a platonic bed scene that is not a dream sequence, please? (Am I asking for too much? I don't think so...)

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I'm from the flemish part of Belgium but i work in Brussels so yes i speak dutch,french , english and german, some swedish and just started learning Korean. I love languages and other cultures :)
I don't know if det Ki's girlfriend is younger. I know he said she complained about him being (acting ) old and that "15 years isn't such a big age gap" but would it not be funny if she was actually 15 years older but a total stunning knockout..like me ..hahah ( just kidding )
Good luck in the new city and welcome back !! big wave !!

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I want a gif of Mu-gak's little kiss~~~

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That was a cute one, wasn't it. I didn't catch that when I 1st watched the ep. raw, but then I rewatched that scene, and realized that MG did blow (kind of) a kiss to CR, while she was looking in his direction. That was really cute.

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So agree with @LollyPip "The cute is back!"!!!!!!

YES!! Welcome back. I must say, not many shows can beat this show in this department, I call it the "cute" department lol. I guess this is also the reason why many of us viewers are staying with the show and still loving it despite all our own little grumblings as we watch it, haha. Hey, who can resist the cute?! I know I can't.

PYC is such a natural actor, love the chemistry between him and SSK, they look so natural and insanely adorable together, so topping my list of favourite OTPs.

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That was one long product placement adv added into the script. The way the couple played with the Samsung camera and showed it's awesome features (subtlety not) was cringe worthy and they even inserted an unnecessary scene of losing and retrieving the hair pin! Aha, they had to show they Oh Cho Rim's losses her power in te rain... whatever.
The plot holes are killing me esp. concerning Oh Cho Rim's power or lack of it. The whole drama is just soooo stupid but now since I've invested so many episodes, I'll have to finish it. Thank God, only 2 episodes to go!

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Gahhh, I'm just so sick of people using the word stupid so loosely. Calling others stupid won't make you smart, just saying.

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Thank you for recapping this lovely series, appreciate your effort @LollyPip.

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i 2nd that :) thanks lolly and co for the wonderfull recaps here on DB.

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um does Jae Hee perhaps think he is god? I don´t know shit about religion but something about 7 and resting bla bla

I see that Mu Gak is actually doing the koala clinging thing.. Good. Cling on, little koala.

I still haven´t watched the episode, museum night & 15 hours work just past me. but I will

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TWWSS FIGHTING. I hope it gets a happy ending. I love this drama so much.

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I was in the middle of final exam so I missed the eps 11-12 recap ontime, hehe thank you so much lollypip!

previous eps make me missed bubbly chorim and cuties murim so much. and I got fustrated at how police lost the murderer again. and again. so eps 13 was like make me said welcome baaack my tgwss! chorim back with her see scents abilities help the police. kkk also bubbly chorim and playful mugak went a date. awww i rewatch it thousand times kkk.

I agree about the detective become family including chorim.. how they dislike mugak at first but now so close.. and I agree the way the show surprise us many times beside the plotholes. the yeom mi plot twist is grrreeeattt! such a badass!

I hope the 2 eps left won't dissappointed, kinda worry and don't want to expecting something high. i will miss this show :(

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Yoo chun is so cute. I think it is a interesting drama. I hope yoochun and ssk can be together at the end.

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I know this might not be relevant to the plot of the drama but by any chance do you know the perfume shop Cho Rim and the Lieutenant visit to make their own fragrance? I would like to visit it once i go to South Korea, if it exits. <3
I would appreciate it. :3

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i wanna know where is the perfume shop that cho rim and lt. yeom visited I really wanna go there when I visit korea if its a real shop hehehe :)

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