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Chicago Typewriter: Episode 12

Make sure you take a deep breath prior to watching this episode because I can attest that this hour will leave you breathless by the time you reach its cliffhanger. Our ghostly companion takes the spotlight in a chapter that focuses on duty, honor, and country, and makes us fall in love with him even more. Get ready to be put through the wringer, but don’t worry—I’ll be there waiting for you on the other end.

 
EPISODE 12 RECAP

Se-joo proves his duty to his country to Seol with a kiss, unaware that Jin-oh is nearby, completely devastated. Aw, puppy.

Jin-oh walks the street alone calling Soo-hyun’s name over and over again. You poor thing.

In the morning, Se-joo automatically smiles when he feels a hand resting on his forehead. Opening his eyes to Seol’s face, he places his hand over hers, saying, “You’re still here.” But the voice that replies back belongs to Secretary Kang, and Se-joo jolts awake, belatedly realizing that he’s returned home.

He finds it hard to believe that he was smiling like a lovesick fool, but the secretary cites that he shows a Pavlovian response at the mere mention of Seol’s name. She even uses a mirror to show him that very smile, and Se-joo shudders, horrified.

Seol is having a similar conversation with her own friends, both of whom affirm that she’s an open book. They prove it by pretending to suddenly greet Se-joo, and Seol falls for it both times. Ha.

Both Se-joo and Seol are told that they’re much more naive than they think they are, and Dae-han explains to Seol that a man’s instinct is to keep multiple women on the hook. Seol sighs, having realized her chef friend is inexperienced in dating.

Secretary Kang is a bit flustered at that same comment from Se-joo, who says he’ll stick to his own method: straightforward, without any games. Seol declares she’ll be doing the same and gets up to catch a few winks since she stayed up all night with Se-joo.

Dae-han gasps, and Seol reassures her friend that he’ll find love soon enough. That’s when Sang-mi shows up looking to get a part-time job at Riccardo, only to hear that the position has already been filled.

Hearing her earnestness, Seol convinces him to let her work here, and Sang-mi catches up to her to thank her. Her smile fades moments later, and she’s invited over to talk business with Tae-min at his workspace.

She acknowledges that she’s looking to extort money from him, but her scare tactics fall flat when she sees the card Tae-min has in his hand: the video footage of her on the motorcycle that nearly killed Se-joo.

He threatens that he won’t expose her if she doesn’t expose him, and she has no choice but to back down. She cackles at the idea that Se-joo isn’t one to be trifled with, told that his staff is probably already trying to track her down. To that, she leans in, asking cheerily, “Why do you think I’m targeting Han Se-joo?” Oh shit.

Later that evening, Seol returns from the public bath with Bang-jin and her mother to discover Se-joo waiting for her. The medium and her daughter slip away to commentate on the lovebirds’ exchange on the other side of the gate, while Se-joo notes that Seol hasn’t run away yet.

He wonders why Seol hasn’t flipped another coin yet like she said she would, and is proud when she says she plans on listening to the man she likes instead of the coin gods. Cute. Noticing that she won’t look directly at him, he calls attention to her bare face. On the other side of the gate, the clairvoyant peanut gallery groans.

While Seol would like to go inside to look presentable, Se-joo stops her to pout and ask if she can quit working as Tae-min’s assistant for “the man she likes.” She agrees and attempts to go inside again, but Se-joo pulls her back once more to ask, “Don’t you want to write the novel together?”

“Couldn’t you be afraid because you don’t know yet? It could be nothing once you do,” Se-joo poses. He suggests they find out what’s contained in their memories together, with three voices in the story.

“Three?” Seol inquires, confused. Se-joo reminds her of his ghostly consultant, someone who has waited close to a century for them. And then he leans in to say that she’s pretty even without makeup. Awwww.

Upon hearing that the motorcyclist has been arrested, Se-joo and Ji-seok head down to the police station. Apparently, the suspect turned himself in, and Se-joo finds it hard to believe that an angry netizen would turn to physical violence.

We know that the young man sitting across from the detective isn’t the true culprit, but Ji-seok doesn’t know that and grabs him by the shirtfront. The man pleads on his knees to be forgiven, and Se-joo doesn’t press charges, much to Ji-seok’s frustration.

Ji-seok has a bad feeling about letting the suspect off too easy. Turns out he’s right because that young man was hired by Sang-mi and demands more money. Sang-mi ends the call and runs into Seol leaving Riccardo with a packed lunch.

She guesses the food must be for Seol’s boyfriend because Dae-han was visibly upset making it, and continues showering Seol with compliments until Se-joo arrives. When Seol picks up on him peering at Sang-mi, Se-joo remarks that she looks familiar and finds Seol’s flare of jealousy adorable.

Meanwhile, Jin-oh reads an excerpt of “Laziness” written by preacher Charles H. Spurgeon:

When roses bloom and the heart flutters
give me that smile of yours
If there is a song you must sing
then sing it now
for when your day draws to a close
it is already too late to sing.
Sing your song now

He asks the antique typewriter if they should return to Chicago and wonders if he should go back into the machine and never come out again.

Just as he types a message to be sent back to Chicago, he hears a voice call out to him.

He walks into the living room to see Se-joo and Seol, who asks if the ghost is here with them. Following Se-joo’s line of sight, Seol turns in Jin-oh’s direction to greet him in both her present and past identities. She addresses him as “Yul hyung-nim” and welcomes him to the present. Ack! Who cares about anything else, say her name!

Jin-oh is speechless, and Se-joo calls him out for welling up with tears. Seol hopes that Se-joo isn’t pulling a fast one on her about there being a ghost present with them, and Se-joo doesn’t know how to prove that he’s telling the truth.

“Tell her to flip a coin,” Jin-oh says. Se-joo realizes that he’s referring to the scene in the 1990 film Ghost (wherein Patrick Swayze’s character levitated a penny to prove to Demi Moore that he was present), and tells Seol that heads means he’s here and tails means he’s not.

As instructed, Seol flips the coin and Jin-oh uses his ghostly powers to slow down the coin on its descent and let it float in mid-air. Jin-oh relays to Se-joo to instruct Seol to put out her hand, and then gently places the coin with its heads side up on her palm.

Now that they’ve exchanged pleasantries, Se-joo suggests that they get down to work, but Jin-oh asks for thirty seconds before they step inside the office. He locks the door for good measure, rips up the message, and then lets them inside. Seol is amazed by how the door seemingly opens of its own accord, though Se-joo chuckles that this is nothing.

Resting her hand on the antique typewriter, Seol is saddened by Yul’s misfortune of spending decades trapped inside this device instead of being reincarnated like them. Se-joo explains that’s why they need to finish this novel in the hopes that doing so will also solve that mystery.

Seol is on board with the plan, which compels Se-joo to say they should draw up another contract. Jin-oh: “Again?”

Cut to: Se-joo, Seol, and Jin-oh sitting at their respective machines, though to her it looks like the typewriter is typing on its own. All parties agree to share their memories with the class and vow not to keep secrets from one another nor betray the others. And then Se-joo adds an extra clause that Seol will continue going out with him after the novel is complete. Jin-oh’s stinkface is spot-on. HA.

Se-joo says they’ve finished writing up their contract, leaving both Seol and Jin-oh flabbergasted that none of their terms made it on paper.

The trio has a celebratory drink where Seol still has trouble seeing objects move in mid-air. Se-joo is quick to point out that he’s been wrongly blamed for all of Jin-oh’s past antics, and Jin-oh defensively asks why Se-joo always forget that he saved his life.

Seol observes Se-joo’s face silently listening to Jin-oh and realizes that he must be speaking. Se-joo says Jin-oh felt bad about trying to get between them, and when he gets called away to attend the funeral of an esteemed writer, he insists that Seol stay here with Jin-oh.

Jin-oh lights up when she says she’ll stay and play with the dog, to which Se-joo immediately protests, “No!” Se-joo mutters under his breath to remind Jin-oh that he isn’t allowed to possess someone else without permission, threatening to call an exorcist if he does.

Seol wonders what the boys are whispering so long about and teases, “Are you two going out?” Ha, if only.

Seol and Jin-oh sit in the dining room together, as she giggles nervously that this feels like a blind date. She comes up with a way for them to communicate: He can answer yes or no questions using the champagne glass where a tap mean “yes” and no response means “no.” She asks if he’s there right now and watches the glass intently… and Jin-oh taps the glass.

She asks if he came by to see her at a pojangmacha, which is followed by another tap. She’s relieved because she had an eerie feeling that someone was looking at her that night: “Just like this moment.”

And then the camera pans to reveal Jin-oh smiling warmly. He taps the glass again when she asks if he was there when her shoelaces were untied. She sighs, “I want to see your face.”

Seol says she knows what Jin-oh looks like because she saw his handsome face in her dreams. He gives a bashful smile, and she thanks him for teaching her how to shoot because those skills made her into a national athlete in this life.

They both remember how Yul advised her to always keep her eyes on the target and not be afraid of the recoil. “It’s just like dating, isn’t it?” Yul said.

As Seol asks him to forgive her, Jin-oh thinks to himself, “I read this poem before I met you. Do you want to hear it?”

She wonders why she can’t see Jin-oh whereas Se-joo and Bang-jin can, he thinks of Charles H. Spurgeon’s poem, whose lines urge the reader to seize the opportunity.

Seol gets a text from Se-joo saying he’ll be running late, so she decides that they end their conversation here today.

She rises from her seat and bids him farewell, as Jin-oh thinks of the last line to “sing your song now” and then calls, “Soo-hyun-ah. Ryu Soo-hyun.”

Hearing her name behind her, Seol slowly turns around… and sees him. “I see you,” she breathes.

Tae-min thinks back to Sang-mi explaining why she’s going after Seol: She believes it’s far more painful losing someone you hold dear right before your eyes, as well as feeling responsible for crippling the life of the man Seol loves.

Speaking of whom, Se-joo is responsible for making sure an inebriated Writer Baek gets home safely from the funeral. Writer Baek drunkenly confesses that he’s enjoyed reading Se-joo’s novel and that he has high expectations for Se-joo before getting sick.

He sits on a bench while Se-joo fetches him some water, and then admits he couldn’t help but drunkenly reminisce when he saw Se-joo today. Se-joo remembers when Writer Baek first taught him and Tae-min how to drink, and that memory makes the old man laugh.

Tae-min arrives at the venue in time to see his father laughing next to Se-joo, who tells Writer Baek that he always made the boys go on an early morning hike after a night of drinking.

Tae-min walks up to greet his father, and thanks Se-joo for keeping his father company. He doesn’t let Se-joo leave without getting in one last dig, though, passively-aggressively accusing Se-jo of taking back the Fate manuscript.

He calls this a warning for Se-joo not to mess with him again, and adds that it’ll be best for him to stay away from Seol. Calling this his last act of kindness, Tae-min says, “She’ll be in danger.”

Back at the house, Seol still can’t believe that she can see, hear, and touch the ghost that appeared before her like magic. She backs Jin-oh into the bookcase, taking hold of his wrist and pokes him repeatedly. Heeeeeee.

She excitedly asks Jin-oh how he made himself visible to her and ponders on his answer that it was “a miracle” because that’s what she wants most right now. And Jin-oh just watches her verbally process her thoughts.

Showing him the gold pocket watch, she asks if he knows who this belongs to. She grows fearful when Jin-oh identifies it as Hwi-young’s, and tells him, “I think… I killed the owner of this pocket watch.”

She tells him of how she envisioned this very watch resting by the typewriter and saw herself shooting Hwi-young. Jin-oh dismisses the possibility that Soo-hyun would ever betray Hwi-young, let alone shoot him.

He remembers the day Soo-hyun was ordered to forgo her usual newsboy attire and dress as a lady. She thought it was odd that their group leader suddenly wanted her to embody her stage singer cover, and Yul remarked that their leader probably thought it was safer this way.

Hwi-young made sure to note that the phrase “clothes make the man” didn’t apply to her, and Yul changed the subject by suggesting that they go out to enjoy the nice weather and take a professional keepsake photo together.

Soo-hyun was upset to hear that Hwi-young was too busy to continue his novel, but then stopped at a vendor selling sweets. She said she was just looking at the candy because they reminded her of how her father occasionally bought them for her, and proudly stated she doesn’t like sweets before tripping up in her heels. Lol.

Hwi-young asked if that meant she wanted the candy, not knowing that Young-min was nearby, having overheard their conversation.

Some time later, Young-min approached Soo-hyun admiring the group photo. He angled for a date, and when she politely declined that offer as well as an expensive gift, he’d given her a bag made of newspaper containing the same candies from the stall.

She couldn’t shake the strange vibe she got from him, then noticed that the newspaper clipping was an excerpt of the novel she’d typed for Hwi-young, laughing that the story made it to the printer in time after all.

The date caught her eye, however, and she decoded the clipping to realize that her instructions of her first mission was contained in these words. She confronted Yul about it, and Jin-oh says Soo-hyun pressed him to tell her the whole truth, including the fact that Hwi-young was the brains behind the operation.

Seol grows silent, and then divulges, “I remembered… what I did to Seo Hwi-young.”

We’re then transported back to that critical moment as Soo-hyun bursts through the door, her gun trained on the back of Hwi-young’s head. She accuses him of deceiving her from the very beginning and now she knows everything, even the fact that Hwi-young was her half-masked rescuer.

She knows that it was Hwi-young’s call to let her into their freedom fighter organization and that he ordered her first mission where she sustained an injury. “So are you saying you’ll put a bullet through my head?” Hwi-young calmly asks.

He swivels around and takes the gun, aims it at his forehead, and commands her to shoot. She hesitates, and Hwi-young has proved his point—he needs cold-blooded snipers who won’t flinch, but everything came crumbling down for her once she learned the truth.

He retracts her qualification as a sniper for the activist group and instructs her to put the gun safely away. She asks if he kept the truth from her because he couldn’t trust her and thought she would hesitate in a crucial moment.

And Hwi-young confesses, “No… I was afraid I might.”

Se-joo arrives home just then and grows worried when he sees tears in Seol’s eyes, unable to tell if she’s happy or sad. She happily announces that her memory was fragmented—what she thought was him shooting him dead was, in fact, a moment of a man and woman finally being honest about their feelings.

Se-joo’s eyes grow wide upon learning that Seol can see and speak to Jin-oh. He immediately pulls Jin-oh aside and demands to know when the ghost figured out how to make himself visible to Seol, adding that this turn of events nearly jeopardized their friendship.

Jin-oh hangs on that word “friendship,” taken aback that Se-joo now considers themselves as friends. He vows not to do anything to put their friendship at risk… and then looks lovingly at Seol when they gather together in the office. Awwww.

He reassures Se-joo that he’ll soon disappear because he’s a ghost, then the trio refocuses to start writing. However, all three of them experience writer’s block, so Jin-oh takes out the Carpe Diem matchbox, explaining that he can light a match and send Se-joo and Soo-hyun back to the 1930s.

It’s at that moment Se-joo remembers that Jin-oh lit a match that foggy night and he was temporarily transported to the 1930s. Jin-oh clarifies that this isn’t necessary time travel — rather, Se-joo and Seol would explore the memories of their past lives.

Seol looks excited at the prospect, and Se-joo picks up on Jin-oh’s choice of words that the “two” of them have a good time. To that, Jin-oh reveals that ghosts can’t come along.

Se-joo passes, but then when Seol readily agrees, he caves. Jin-oh takes out a match and strikes it. All the lights go out which illuminates the single match until that too flickers out.

With that, Seol and Se-joo find themselves in the middle of a bustling street in the 1930s. The sound of gunshots ring out and people frantically run away from the commotion. Se-joo grabs Seol’s hand and takes off into the street as the police continue to shoot at them.

As Jin-oh oversees Se-joo and Seol dreaming, he takes the gold pocket watch in his hands… which starts filling up with blood. Uh oh.

Images flash through his mind: his bleeding head slumped over the typewriter, his blood drops through its mechanisms, the pocket watch in a pool of his blood.

As the pocket watch falls from his hands, he now sees his death with gripping clarity: a gun-wielding hand shoots him and his head falls on the typewriter. His blood drips down from his wound onto the paper and through the typewriter until it finally collects around the gold pocket watch.

 
COMMENTS

Oh my god, I… I’m speechless. We knew that Yul met a tragic demise for some weeks now, but it’s on a whole other level to see that scene play out before our eyes. Man, as if our hearts weren’t already bleeding for Yul/Jin-oh as it is. I know that’s a terrible expression to use in this moment, but I’m all kinds of discombobulated right now—not only do I grieve for Yul, I feel sorry for Jin-oh, and most importantly, I want to hunt down the evil bastards responsible for his horrific death.

Although I’m still wary of pinpointing Seol as the one who pulled the trigger, it would certainly explain much of the spliced memories we’ve seen in this series thus far: Yul was sitting at the typewriter when he died (which would also explain his afterlife connection to the machine; nice catch, everyone), his blood came in contact with the gold pocket watch, and Seol felt a deep sense of guilt of shooting someone she felt she “shouldn’t have killed.” So if it’s true that Soo-hyun put a bullet through Yul’s head, the next question is—why?

Yul was always the gentle caretaker who looked out for her, so what could’ve happened in the past that led her to that decision? Could Madam Sophia have transmitted something to her? Because that would certainly answer the reason Jin-oh harbors a deep-seated grudge against the club madam.

It was a relief to get solid confirmation that Soo-hyun didn’t kill Hwi-young in that moment of the past Seol feared most. We had guessed as much, but I love how that whole sequence gave us a more meaningful moment: Hwi-young’s admission of his feelings for Soo-hyun. That scene was beautifully played out from beginning to end, from Soo-hyun’s misunderstanding that Hwi-young hid the truth from her and made her change her disguise following her injury during her first mission, and how all of that was to mask how he felt toward her and wanted to protect her from afar because Hwi-young is too damn honorable and almost always sticks to his duty to his country. And to that end, that makes Se-joo and Seol’s kiss that ended the previous episode that much more meaningful and heartfelt because their predecessors granted them the luxury of having a romantic relationship in a free democracy.

I admit I’m a bit unnerved by Sang-mi creeping on Seol, and that now she’s the one in danger in this life, but I’m firmly rooted in the belief that Se-joo and Seol’s love for one another transcends time and space, and that they have a greater appreciation for one another because they can see that their romance is nearly a century in the making. It’s a breath of fresh air that both of them choose to not play mind games with one another, and that they stick together, especially when Seol went to go meet Jin-oh. I personally thought it was a bit of a skip for her to believe everything Se-joo told her about Jin-oh prior to this meeting, but that’s something I can overlook given that they did promise to be honest with each other.

Which brings me to my favorite and heart-shattering portion of this episode. My heart was already in pain when Jin-oh was ready to say goodbye, broke in half when he couldn’t bring himself to call Seol as “Soo-hyun” upon their meeting, and then shattered into a million pieces when he finally did. It was absolutely touching how Seol spoke to him with such patience and yearning like a lost friend, and freakin’ adorable how eager she was to get on board with his ghostly time-slip idea. Out of all the moving relationships in this series, nothing warms my heart more than seeing Seol and Jin-oh finally reconnecting in the present.

I know I’m setting myself up for heartbreak once we learn who truly was responsible for Yul’s death, but you know what? I’m not afraid of the recoil, so go ahead Chicago Typewriter, fire away. *whimper*

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First to comment on my favorite episode! ❤

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OHMYGOD THAT LAST SCENE!!!! My heart just broke for Jin-oh's discovery. I'm guessing Yul probably figured out Tae-min's past self was out to get them and Yul was pretending to align with the baddies so he can pass on the info to the rest of the rebels. Maybe he even led them to believe he's the head of the secret organization - which is why he's the one found by the typewriter and not Hwi-young. That's nowhere near a happy ending for the 1930 storyline but I refuse to believe Soo-hyun will shoot Yul and that Yul is a traitor to his friends. I don't think I'd be able to bear it. :(

On to the happy stuff, I was laughing so hard when Ms Kang was coaching Se-joo the same time Seol's friends were coaching her. It's so, so real, how your friends are often invested in your love life and they dole out tips that may or may not even be as helpful as they think it is. So I'm proud of them when they decided they'll shoot straight and they won't play games. Adults need to have an adult relationship after all, and I'm happy they seem to be heading to a healthy, honest one at that.

I thought it would be sad if Jin-oh left Korea with more questions and a heartache to boot (that part where he saw Se-joo and Seol kissing, aww), so it was nice seeing Seol attempting to converse with him and hoping to see him. He needed to be seen and heard for him to put himself back together; and Seol did that for him by finding a way to talk to him even if he can't respond back through words. When he finally got to show himself, it was a much-needed win for someone as kind and generous as Jin-oh. You just root for him, every single time.

And whoa, creepy Sang-mi! Looks like she's also obsessed with Se-joo and she wants to take out Seol on the account of Seol being Se-joo's girl? Idk, but I'm somehow waiting for Tae-min to redeem both his past Japanese spy self and his reincaranated self by putting a stop to the girl's plans. If he really cared about Seol, he'll do the right thing by protecting her from harm. He has to do something more than giving out some veiled warning to Se-joo! Then again, as we've established every episode, Tae-min is one crazy dude in both timelines.

PS. I wonder how many times did GKP hit his head for that closing scene. That just looked painful. ?

PPS. Thanks for the wonderful recap @gummimochi! Always a treat to read it.

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They really put Jin Oh through the wringer with this episode -1. seeing Se Joo and Seol kiss 2. then right when he was about to leave, Se Joo brings Seol right to him 3. then his struggle to not call Seol's name 4. then Se Joo inadvertently refers to Jin Oh as his friend and finally 5. recovering memories of his death!

I also think Yul was trying to pretend to be the head of the secret organization so that he would be targeted. He made sure to sit at the typewriter and to have the pocket watch right next to him. I also wonder if HwiYoung might have been dead or incapacitated at that point because how else would Yul have his watch? So many reveals, but so many questions!

I also wondered if it might have been a suicide or if he requested Soo-Hyun to kill him. Perhaps that's why he was not given reincarnation. I can't see Yul betraying his friends, and I really don't want it to be that HY and SH misunderstood him as a traitor.

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Same! I'm really hoping his death was for a noble cause, and not because he betrayed his friends or that his intentions were misunderstood.

I can't wait for the revelations coming our way this week!

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Ohh. That makes sense. Otherwise there's really no other reason why Yoo would be sitting at the typewriter. It would be good if he dies for a noble cause but my heart wouldn't still be able to take it. Sigh.. ?

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I'm on board on this theory too, that Yul somehow pretended to be the head of the organization in order to save Hwi-young and Seol. His character has always been self-sacrificing and noble. But even if we haven't reached that point in the show yet, my heart has already been smashed to smithereens. ?? Dear Beanies, if by any chance you might step on something tiny and sharp, that might be one of the teeny pieces of my broken heart. ??

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(secretly stocking up the strongest glue to glue back all the heart pieces shattered around this thread)

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Thank you, @alert! ???

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There is just no way, that the lovely Yul would betray anyone. He has such a lovely and noble character. Even when he sees Seol and Se Ju kiss, he isn't jelouse, only sad. He does nothing to sabotage his best friends relationship, even when she finally sees him. Yul doesn't hide his emotions, but he also doesn't force them on her like another unstable person in this show. That is somebody, who would never do something as aweful as betraying his friends.

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I would say that he's a realistic. He knows he doesn't stand a chance in this life to get jealous of the lovers. But I wonder how he handled his feeling about Hwi Young-Soo Hyun's relationship when he found it out.

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I don't think he ever found out. Remember when Se Ju asks him who among the two of them was her lover, Yul replies, that's something only Soo Hyun would know. So maybe he knew that Hwi Young liked Soo Hyun, but he didn't know much else. Also, did you notice his expression when he was reading the kiss scene part of the novel? He hadn't known they had kissed like that.

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Yul is such a lovely person, Kudos to GKP for portraying him in such an attractive yet heartbroken way. And me also can't see him betraying his friends :(

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You know, i thought the same? Due to the preview. I think it was all a misunderstanding that led to Yul's death... but i am still against the thought that it was Seol.
We will have to wait to find out... soooo sad! ?

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I thought the part where Ms Kang was coaching SJ a bit forced and unnatural. Ms Kang has always portrayed herself in a professional manner, and seldom gets involved personally in SJ's personal affairs, so her giving SJ advice on love issues is a bit out of the blue. I didn't like that part, although I do see the humor in that scene when it is juxtaposed with Seol's similar scenes.

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My dearest puppy ghost T_T Come to me, I will definitely hug you tight even though I'm scared of ghosts. You'll be an exception to my rule.

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Sooo sad seeing Yul see his own death and quite sure Ryu Soo Hyeon killed him like i predicted from the beginning seeing how he was the one trapped in the typewriter unlike Hwi Young...I doubt he betrayed them,there must be some misunderstanding and maybe her present Mom had a hand into it.More likely he never was able to leave because of the circumstances of his death and even more being her who shot him,i guess he couldn't leave like that...I felt really sad seeing him in the living room with Seol trying to comunicate and answer her questions all the while trying not to call her name...My heart really cried for him,such a sad and lonely character...Someone needs to give him lots of hugs...On the other hand Se Joo and Seol are soo darn adorable and even more seeing them now that they both know like each other,Se Joo is quite endering,love that he isin't complicated in matters of love...

A big part that i love about the show is the musical production part,the bgm for the emotional scenes is on point,can't anticipate the full V.A.

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I was like : " Nooo!! NO MORE SUFFERING FOR PUPPY YOO!!"

The heartbreak is just too much. Feel extremelly sorry for him. *hugsforYooJinOh *takeYooJinOhtoLalalaland

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I know right! This whole episode was one big heartbreak for him. It was so hard to watch at times ?

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the struggle is real when he was always almost on the verge of tears in this episode. but i'm happy that he did show himself because that led to seol finding out the truth about shooting hwi young.

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Yeah, I was pretty worried that he would give up and leave. Was relieved when he finally decided to show himself. Sigh

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I'm happy to see that Jin Oh is getting lots of love here...and tentative hugs ? Guys, your comments are warming my heart after crying a river for him during this episode.

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Jesus, that last scene got me right in the heart. Ugh, I really hope that whatever is to come in the last four episodes that there isn't anything misunderstandings between our trio and that they just come clean and work through it together. Because, so far they've done a great job with developing everybody. Also, I'll take Yul for myself ;)

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i feel like i literally felt every single human emotion in this episode.

that's the most coherent i can be about it.

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I feel you. I watched the episode in the morning and thought I'd be OK by the time the recap was up but then all the feels came rushing back.

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For the past couple episodes, I have been crying so hard before the show even starts because I can just feel what is going to happen happy or sad.

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The present trio camaraderie is my new favorite thing. Whether it's Se-joo exasperately translated Jin-oh's words, Seol wish to talk face to face with our resident ghost and had to resort to tapping-the-glass technique, Seol got all giggly and touchy when she finally can see and hear Jin-oh, Se-joo's dry warning to Jin-oh which the ghost responded with looo~ng stares at Seol, to Seol and Se-joo's sudden depressed state whenever Jin-oh mentioned his eventual leave.

They are suddenly look so alive when interacting together and I want more of it. Especially when Jin-oh told the other 2 the secret for reliving their past lives. I'm excited to watch more of their adventures together, and how they'll rehash it to complete the novel. But then Jin-oh suddenly remembered his last moment, which may or may not related to Soo-hyun being a sniper and Hwi-young being the leader of their secret organization. And now, I don't know if I'm ready for another unexpected revelation about their past.

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Oops.
I mean "Seol got all giggly and touchy-feely when she finally can see and hear Jin-oh"

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I wish Jin-oh wasn't a ghost and that he was also a reincarnated soul. The way the trio comrades sat around Se-jus's table armed with their laptops and typewriter looked so beautiful and I wish they could continue to work like that after the novel was completed.

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that is one of my favorite scenes so far in this ep. along with seol cringing that she did not have makeup on in front of Se Joo and wanting to go inside for her bb cream.

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Many can relate to Seol's cringing when the love of her life sees her without make-up. ??

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I know. I guess that's what makes her character endearing. It's so real, and her love life is every fan girl's goal. ?

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I'm still quite hopeful that Soo-hyun shooting Jin-oh is a fake out, afterall we didn't see her in this scene.
Still, it was horrifying seeing him dying and all bloody. ? that was one image my heart could have done without.

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Them being together in the present is my most favorite thing in this show, which is so rare, while we got a lot of the trio in 1933 scenes. I guess that's why most of us love the 1930s scenes. But their convos in the present/2017 are sooo heartwarming and fun to watch. It's the real friendship from the get go <3

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Friendship goals ... Still hanging out and bickering after 80+ years. And did I mention they haven't aged a day? Lol. ?

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It's kinda funny and disturbing at the same time ?? The boys didn't age a day even from the day they met Soo Hyun. LOL! The girl has grown up to become a lady but the boys have always looked the same.

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This drama is heartbreaking, and I love Jin Oh so much, GKP is definitely much improved, I love Yul in the past because he was Yeol's rock and much needed guide as well as Hwi Young's best and only friend. I want to figure out how everything went wrong. My guess the Madam tag teamed them with Taemin's past self and somehow he found out and tried to investigate it on his own, and that got miscontrued, because he didn't communicate with his buddy.

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Here is a wishful thinking that it wasn't Seol who killed Yoo but some Japanese spy and he got killed because he pretended to be the boss a.k.a Hwi Young in order to protect Hwi Young.

Its going to be too much of heartache if Seol was really the one to kill Hwi Young no matter what the reason is. Being killed by the one you love dearly is too tragic! #cryariver

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that's what I was thinking too. i think he did pretend that he was the head so he can save hwi young. and eventually his soul was trapped in the typewriter.

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I'm sure she was not the one who killed him, that would be too awful to handle. My bet is that he was trying to protect his friends and the killer is Madame or any other japanese spy.

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Yes, it could be the Madame who fed the trio to the wolves. ? I bleed for Jin-oh. For the comrades.

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I was a mess when I watch this episode, and can't help tearing up again when I read the recap..

I'm glad we're getting a Jin Oh-centric, and oh boy, that look on him shattered me every time. We don't know what really happened and why he was killed, and for one, I could never see Yul as a betrayer to his friends, regardless of what's going on between them. He loved Hwi Young and Soo Hyun so much that I think I could never accept him betraying his friends. If there's one man who value friendship more than his life, it's him. Remember how excited he is when Se Joo admitted that they're friends now? That earnest look of him is not the look of someone who would stab his own friends. And with him being resentful towards Taemin and Madam Maria (Seol's mom), those two must be the ones orchestrated the tragic ending.

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I agree with you that Yul would value friendship more than his life. I wonder if part of the reason Yul's spirit had gone into the typewriter was because the typewriter represented his friendship with Hwiyoung and that story that HY was working on that Soo Hyun said brought hope.

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Yes, I also sense that the reason his soul got stucked in the typewriter is related to his friendship with Hwi Young and Soo Hyun. There must be something that he wanted to say or do to his friends before he died but couldn't because he was murdered. Thus, his soul is longing for 100 years, waiting for the right moment, and do whatever he plans to do before finally being able to rest for good. I know he's going to leave us at the end of this drama (and I probably would need to lock myself in the room watching the final episode for fear of being a crying mess), but if he's going to leave, I want him to leave happily and peacefully. And without any regret.

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I kinda guessed that yul mightve been killed by soo hyun. Just because it was the only explanation that made sense and how much in love he seemed and how she always felt guilty about it - that reveal was always gonna be a heartbreaker. I just hope there is a reasonable explanation even tho it's gonna be sad no matter what.

You know I thought I wouldn't be surprised with the little hints this show gives, afterall I did watch kill me heal me, but I am still in awe of this writer. I just wish they didn't take as long to set up the premise even tho I understand why it should take that long. Had the same problem with KMHL too.

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I was strangely slightly disappointed that Seol's memories of pulling the gun on HwiYoung was because of Soo Hyun's anger about HY's deception and not because of some tragedy since the series made a huge deal about how traumatizing it was. But then it is also possible she killed Yul (which I really hope she didn't, but would make for a beautifully sad and tragic story) and she conflated the two memories together.

I'm really glad that the three friends really did get a picture together back in the 1930s. Things were so fleeting back then especially for secret rebels. Having a more physical, permanent reminder they existed together and were friends just seems really poignant. It's sad that they took a group picture 2 episodes ago, but Yul doesn't show up on the photo. I hope the 1930s photo survived into 2017.

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Same! I accidentally saw a spoiler beforehand and it was the part where Hwi-young was telling Soo-hyun to pull the trigger and I thought he was really ordering her to kill him and that's why she did it, so I was a bit let down that it was really just an impulsive reaction to her finding out the truth about him. Although the way they ended the scene with Hwi-young's confession was lovely. I think there must be an instance where she actually shot and killed someone though. All her present trauma points to it, I just really really hope it isn't Yul.

And agree with you about the photo too! Such a nice moment. I do hope it survived :)

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I effing love this show. I could do without crazy stalker girl, but I'm actually finally a bit interested in Tae-min's trajectory now that he's got a role in the 30s storyline.

My poor puppy, Jin-oh... How my heart broke for him multiple times this episode. Go Kyung-pyo is killing this role and I am so glad that in his next project he finally gets the girl, because him pining for Seol is just the saddest darn thing.

Thanks for the recap! When will Friday come around again?!

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Omg talk about it! Now I can't wait for him next drama so I can rest my heart seeing him happy and in love!!

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Hee I could do without the crazy stalker girl as well, and if they want to introduce her, I just wish they could introduce her sooner in earlier eps instead of waiting until after the 2nd half of the show, so it wasn't look too abrupt or choppy.

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Yeah, her scenes were a bit too jarring IMO. I remember she was mentioned in ep 2 when Se-ju suspected Seol of tattling to the media about his and the stalker's conversation. I wish the show could've at least shown her face in that episode, just to give us a glimpse of her and what she may be capable of doing. ?

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I was watching Jealousy Incarnate last week and he was 2nd lead in there too. He's so good at such roles but I don't think I can watch him be any more heartbroken than this.

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This episode may have done me in, and moved this show from intriguing to WANT MORE NOW.

Usually I'd say that if a show takes this long to get me this obsessed it's failed somewhere, but here I've come to care about the characters both in the past and the present. I stuck with it initially for the characters and the past story, but now I'm here for all of it. Yoo's final hat trick with the matches at the end was a great reveal. It's something that was hinted at before, but yet it only makes sense now. As do the way watch and typewriter "found" Seol and Se-joo respectively in the present. But the reveals come at a good time too, because at this point we have a much fuller picture and this adds wonderful shades to the story that wouldn't have necessarily worked had they been revealed earlier. The only early reveal that was necessary was that Yoo was a ghost - everything else, from Seol's vision, to Tae-min and Seol's mother in the past, to the matches were much more meaningful now. This kind of layered storytelling is so much fun because it makes me want to go back and see where the hints were dropped and examine everything for clues.

I'll be counting the days until the next episode. (Thankfully dramaland has decided to premiere All the Things tomorrow, so maybe I'll be suitably distracted until Friday.)

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Yes! I'm glad I stuck with it this far, because it's so very rewarding for me now. I really enjoyed this episode!

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so many adorable moments, how do i even start?

-Yul’s near-to-tears face when Se Joo brought Seol and introduced them to each other, his face was so lovely and pitiful at the same time
-Petty Se Joo and his contract clause
-that moment when Seol saw Yul for the first time. the buildup by reading the poem- the timing and the OST used was simply perfect (i was bloody screaming in my room for him to just be selfish and call her by her past name already)
-Se Joo’s slip of tongue “you almost jeopardized our friendship”, i wanna give a hug to both of our leads for being finally friends again in 2017.

finally, just seeing the trio in the workroom gathered to write together just makes me giddy with happiness. At least 1 mystery is crossed off in our list when Seol remembered that she did not actually pull the trigger at that time and killed Hwi Young. not a fan of the bloody ending scene though.

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gasp.......
omg yul breaks my heart.
what was sang-mi's past with seol, what did she do?

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Perhaps another spy like Taemin? ?

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OH MY GOD!
Who shot Shin Yul?!?
This show just getting better and better

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I was quite affected by Yoo's death at the end of the scene. There is something so sad about the way his head hits the typewriter, and he is left there all alone, bleeding to death, and the blood seeping into everything that is beside him. I hope his death isn't related to anything too tragic, or my poor heart won't be able to take it.

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I take back my words in ep 11 comment when I said Se Joo's character change was a bit abrupt. Perhaps in ep 11 there was hardly any communication between the him and Jin Oh. Seeing the three of them in this episode convinced me that Se Joo is still that self-centric man from earlier episode (LOL at the biasness of the contract and the banter between him and Jin Oh), but he's mellowed down a lot and started changing his attitude when he started trusting people more. Good for you, Se Joo!

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I love the banter between them, and it's so hilarious watching how petty SJ was over small things to JO when it came to Seol XD

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True! ?

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I want jump in to the 1930s and volunteer myself as the tribute for Shin Yul T.T

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My poor bb ghost T_T
Not going to lie, i was shocked that they showed how he died it was so gruesome, and we still don't know who shot him but i suspect it was Seol, finding out the truth is going to be hard for both of them.

Se joo finally saying he considers Jin-oh as a friend was so heartwarming, although he totally denies it lol.

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I feel that the other commenters have already articulated my feelings better than I could myself with the reveals this episode, so instead can I just say, is Yoo Ah-in as Hwi-young hot or is he hot? Gawd, I think I found my perfect Frederick Wentworth. So intense, so charismatic, so noble. ??

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I'm just thanking the person that made his wig every day, that 1930s hair is amazing and adds to him being unbelievably swoony. ?

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Right? The only thing hotter than his hair was when Soo-hyeon removed his glasses. Gahhh *fans self*

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Hoomygod! I found the scene when Hwi Young turned around to face Seol and pointed her gun to his forehead was super hot! Let me repeat myself: This might sound overused, but Yoo Ah In as Hwi Young is so gorgeous ♥

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And let me repeat myself: it's never overused XD

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LOL I think I found my perfect Mr Darcy XD

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I have a question about that scene. What exactly did Hwi Young mean that he was hesitating? How was that a confession of love? I'm sorry but am really confused here .

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I figured he was hesitating to continue his patriotic mission because he would care more about his loved one's safety than the country if he openly showed his feeling/true self to her. In this scene, he revealed his feeling that he cared for her.

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This episode got me bad when I first finished it. So much to feel pleased about and so much foreboding. It's an excruciating wait for another week!!!

This show manages to become more interesting as we go along, which is a great feat. There's definitely no slump in the writing here!!!

However, some part felt odd. I was puzzled by why there was time taken out to counsel Se Ju and Seol on 'playing hard to get'. It was so unnecessary. At the most it confirmed that these two are straight arrows and do not like to play games in love, but we knew that already.

However the good part was great. The coming together of the 3 friends, the revelations of the past and some 'ghosts' laid to rest while new ones emerge. So much to look forward to and so much to fear!! So it's another long week's wait for the next episodes!!!

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Thanks again Gummimochi!

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wait, so when Seol pointed her gun to Hwiyeong, actually she didn't shot him? But we heard a shotgun's sound? or her memory was mixed with another memory? or Seol killed both Hwiyeong and Yul?

Oh i wish Yul will have a happy ending. Rather he reincarnate or actually he is in coma but his soul is wandering around because he lose his current life memory but still remembering his past life memory. Because i wish Yul will end up together with Seol and Seju :)

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So maybe he is actually also alive in this current life, but like you said he is in coma. His soul is wondering - so maybe what happened in the past live is connected to what caused his coma in the present life.

I soo want him to have happy ending with Se Ju and Seol, and they can get over with their past live together. Also throw Bang Jin to be a part of them as Jin Oh's woman.

In this state, we will make so many theories while waiting for Friday..

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This is exactly what I want. The trio deserves to be together and Yul can't remain a ghost forever, so the only option is that he's in a coma somewhere.

Bang Jin will make a perfect pairing for him.

But sadly, I don't really see this happening. The writer intends to wring every ounce of teardrops from us and she's(he's ?) going to do that with Yul.

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Please no coma thingy for Yoo. It's cliche and absurd. I would hate this drama if it turned like that. Let the past be the past, and live the present. I think this drama has that message. Yoo has to rest in peace.

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I'm not usually one to look away when gruesome, bloody scenes come on screen. But I really couldn't watch that last scene when Yoo got shot. It's just too painful!! My heart aches for him ? ?

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Thank you for the recap, Gummi. Been a few episodes behind and decided to marathon it once it finishes. So, I'm spoiled myself with your recap. I need to prepare my heart. I think I'll be tearing up when I'm watching this. Oh, poor Jin-Oh.

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Yes! Be sure to have some tissues around when you watch ?

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This drama is already one of my most favourite kdramas of all time!! I guess Yul death was sacrifice in place of his friends and he couldn't reincarnated because he decided on his own death...

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You know, this is a very plausible explanation as to why he's still a ghost, together with the explanation of how when a person's blood touches things, the spirit then inhabits those things. (Thanks to Goblin who 'educated' us on this folklore). ?

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Yeah if only he could be like Gong Yoo and be a material type goblin instead of a ghost. At least the shamaness's daughter would be able to snag him. :)

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Oh, my heart is breaking again and again everytime I think of the last scene and Yul's tragic death. While the whole episode was sort of mixed bag of happy-sad-angry emotions, this last scene really wretched my heart. It's heartening to see Kyung Pyo doing so well. He deserves all the love for portraying Yul's emotions so well. It's certainly a feat when you are paired with actors like Im Soo Jung and YAI.
With just 4 episodes remaining, am surprisingly very calm regarding the end of this drama, maybe because it has been such a satisfying ride, am sure the ending (happy or sad) will leave me happy and content.

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I think by the time Yul got shot, Hui Yeong probably already died, that's why he has the pocket watch. Or maybe HY was severely injured that time, and their secret organization was threatened, so Yul foresee the danger, pretended that he was the leader. I stilll think it was SH shot him, because I see no reason why this drama will make a big deal for her trauma if it is just because she was angry with HY. SH shot him maybe because she misunderstood that Yul betrayed them or it can be someone manipulated the order by saying it was HY ordered her to shoot Yul - and I am sure Madam (her mom in this life) had something to do with it.

My prediction : HY was severely wounded, Jeon Seol lost her mind so she was easily manipulated by Madam about Yul. The way her mom wants to keep these things secret is more to protect her ownself, rather than to protect Jeon Seol in my opinion. She doesn't want Jeon Seol to know more because it will make Seol hate her. So the possibility is her mom really committed big sin in the past.

Although it will be truly sad, I am up to all tragic and heart breaking moments in 1930s.

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Since it was a cold-blooded murder on the head, I still refuse to believe that any of the trio would be able to do that. I don't think any of them would be able to kill each other, in any situation. Even if one betray the other, to kill him on the head was still too much, given how they trusted and being loyal to each other. It has to be someone else. It has to! My fragile heart just couldn't take it!

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I cannot take it too ? by I also need a great reason for Seol's trauma because she suffered it for a long time. Like she said, she must be wrongfully shot someone close with her. Or she saw someone else shot Yul, but she was traumatised by it since she wasn't able to save him. That someone probably will be Tae Min in the past, who probably pretended to become part of their organization. She was so traumatised that led her to think she shot someone. If this is the case, the betrayal by someone she supposedly can trust + murder of her closest friend in front of her are enough for her trauma.

Sometimes trauma can be so big that even we are not directly involved, but only saw it, will cause us traumatised for a long time.

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The only reason I can see how Seol can kill Yul is that someone put a gun on her hand and forced her to pull the trigger. But then..that would be too horrifying!!

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Maybe that scene where Hwi-yeong said snipers have to be cold-blooded and unfazed made an impact on Soo-hyun?

I think the trailer showed Yul talking to Heo Yeong-min, and Soo-hyun saw that?

Once the seed of doubt was sowed, I can see how Madam's lies can really take a toll on Soo-hyun, especially if Hwi-yeong were killed or left with serious injuries. In her panic, maybe she just kept psyching herself up to do-the-deed like a cold-blooded sniper and take a hit on Yul? That's the best I can explain the tragic turn of events...

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Well I think in the early episodes we saw that two scenes collided with each other when SY was aiming the gun to someone -- it was both HY and Yul figures in front of her..
So if it's not HY whom she killed, it should be Yul...
And I will cry a river when that scene really play out

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The actor playing jin ho is fantastic! Yoo Ah In and Im Soon Jung they are fine but he steals the scenes from them. His expressions, voice, and dialogue delivery are spot on. I feel if they would have cast any other actor the series wouldn't be as good as it is now. My favourite scene : him reciting the poem , the lines and finally calling out to her- seonna...it was so romantic, so full of longing. Gosh, a guy like him calls out your name like this.... giddy....

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This epi was Jin Oh eccentric so it made sense that it seems GKP stole the scenes from them. While I acknowledge GKP is showing us a great performance and I love him much more than some overrated actors in his group, Im Soo Jung and Yoo Ah In are already at their own league. SY is a type of role that we can always easily love with, especially with his sad expressions and heartbroken faces, and GKP really nailing it. He looks very genuine with every expression, the mediocre actor will made SY as a cute ghost only, but GKP made us understand SY's loneliness, sadness etc

On the other hand, Yoo Ah In's role will be a total annoying if they cast the mediocre actor and YAI also not a type of actor who will take role just to give fanservice, or which is easy to be loved by audiences. He is more on complex role. That's why his popularity not because of his puppy love in the drama, or popular OTP in any romance drama. He earns the recognition with his great talent. Just like in Six Flying Dragon, Jang Ok Jung and Secret Love Affair, his roles weren't just easily to connect with at times because they were complex characters that we can love-hate at the same time. Not to mention his roles in his movies too.

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YAI, he's good an actor and although I don't watch dramas but films I have seen him in Punch, Veteran , Like for likes and he's gooood yes. The thing is all these roles have some similar tropes and He excels in them. Arrogant, self centered, casual hip, hot, chilled and a mean streak running through. All these roles had these.
Jin ho on the other hand, the actor has more complicated, a multitude of emotions and feelings to be expressed and the actor does it so well. The range is broader and he's so capable. I know I'm probably the only one who feels such but YAI is working on his strengths as an actor but the actor playing jin oh is working within a greater range of emtoting skills and is excelling how!!

I find the Jin hob

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Sorry.
I find the Jin hob. Typo. Needs to be deleted. Phone typing is difff..

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To be fair with your judgment, you should watch The Throne and his drama like Secret Love Affair,Six Flying Dragons as well. You will know he has great range of emotion and not only just arrogant and self centered. His role in CT also is not something new and not much different from his usual role that he always excel with. I also wish he will up to play more variety roles in the future. He has similarity with Jang Hyuk in my eyes, they are probably a little bit too charismatic and already created their own style of acting that no one can copy, in which some viewers saw them always play similar roles while in fact no.

While saying so, it doesn't mean I disagree with your opinion about GKP because after I watched him in Coin Locker, I already knew he will become bigger actor. I am glad he is taking time to build his experiences and doing different kind of roles.

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If YAI's nuanced dual role in this show doesn't highlight his skill as an actor I don't know what would!

GKP is doing very well in this but also the script gives him a lot to work with in terms of getting to let his emotions go. I'm loving him here but found him flat and forgettable in Jealousy Incarnate.

Then again, I've never felt as emotionally empathetic to a drama character as YAI in secret love affair - every time he cried it completely broke my heart! So I'm probably quite biased :)

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Apart from like for likes I did mention the other two wheeler he is the lead. Veteran, he needed therapy . His character was so unhinged. I forgot Elegant Lies , he's OK there. Secret love affair, I've watched a few episodes. Forgot about it. He's fine for the role. The thing is for each role he channels his own specifics and the roles are again as I mentioned above in that type. He isn't a complete actor, but he igood at what he takes up. I am just taken in by the Jin ho actors performance be sure I see the character emerge first here and this required great skill in acting to do this.

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Like For Likes didn't give him any justice. Watch The Throne/Sado and Secret Love Affair. To be fair, he's taken a lot more complicated layered characters in dramas. And I admit GKP is a good actor, but he's still not in the same league as YAI.

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Like 4 Likes is not something anyone should take it serious, every casts are having mediocre characters. Only Kang Ha Neul had a bit more to do with his role - others were just like did something enjoyable only.

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Watched Veteran twice. He's super scary lmao. Tell your friend to watch his first indie film "Boys of Tomorrow". His acting was breathtakingly beautiful to watch.

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My first YAI movie was Like for Likes so I am extremely biased since I was in love with his character there. Then he totally surprised me in Veteran because he is definitely scary but still hot as the villain.

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LOL. I am lucky that I first saw him in The Man Who Can't Get Married and started to love him in Sungkyunkwan Scandal, so I already know he is not that scary lol. I tried to promote him among my drama friends, but they cannot like him. So I better fangirling him alone and with you guys here?

I want him to do OCN drama in the future. I want him to play something like Kim Jae Wook's role in Voice ?

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LOL, Veteran was one of the roles Ah In showed he throws a punch like no other. He can do no wrong in my book! I can watch him get into fights all day.

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You sure haven't watched versatile Yoo Ah In in Six Flying Dragons, Secret Love Affair and The Throne. But then again, not everyone likes a heavy serious actor like him.

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I've only seen the 1st ep of Six Flying Dragons - I just don't know if I have the patience to finish all episodes. I'll try to watch him The Throne today. He is really a serious actor - he did mention in an interview (W Korea) that he avoided rom-com in his twenties because he wanted to be a good actor.

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Yes,he is one heavy serious actor. Actors like Park Hyun Sik and Go Kyung Pyo are also respecting him as an actor.

I have a feeling Kang Ha Neul will follow his step. I want to see Kang in romcom but I am fully support his decision to be serious in his career. I don't want to see real talents be wasted with mediocre role/ drama.

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Sorry to burst your bubble. You don't have to bring down other actor just to make your fave one shines. In fairness. GKP's role in CT is NOT that challenging compare to YAI's role(s). He's acting like puppy ALL the time, hence people call him puppy Yoo. He doesn't have many nuances, even in his past life. Anyone can play his character easily as long as he's handsome, sweet and kind. In contrast, YAI plays 2 extremely different characters here. In 2017 he's a prickly annoying writer who gradually transforms to a subtle wiser man. He turned himself from a unlikable/unbearable character that viewers didn't like to endearing character that viewers like now. He shows broader range of emotion in a subtle way. Notice his heart to heart convos with Jeon Seol in Subway, in the shoe-lace scene, hospital and more, and then all his serious convos with Soo Hyun. He worked on his face muscles and eyes, and not any actors can do that. And then as the 1933's character he turns himself completely a different person, not only physical appearance and attitude, but most importantly is the charisma that oozes from his moves and subtle gestures. Can you imagine how wide range of emotion and acting it is for one actor playing these 2 contrast characters? And on top of that he PULLS IT OFF? So, you're saying Jin Oh working within a greater range of emotional skills is a stretch.

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I agree with you 'gear', wish I could like your comment. But I am unregistered, 'cos I am so here just for Yoo Ah In. I agree that actors shouldn't be compared this way, or one brought down just because you want to praise another. I liked Yoo Ah In instantly, when I had first seen a picture of him, don't worry it was just Jeep apparel or something. So I decided to watch sommmeeeee Ah In, and I am sold. Fan for ever!!! My best memories of him as an actor is how he completely humbles himself when he is asking his oppressor for mercy or money or something or when he displays no fear as a ninja style vigilante by night or a gun-dodging jjang by day.

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I loved this episode. The mystery unveiling itself bit by bit. Oh my god, the pocket watch filling up with blood was like something out of a horror movie. After Seol remembered that Soo Hyun didn’t kill Hwi Young, I'm starting to wonder whether Soo Hyun even killed anyone. I sincerely doubt she shot Yul, so maybe Seol is just remembering things wrong again. Hwi Young is so damn swoon-worthy. "No, I was afraid I might hesitate." Se Joo ain't far behind with his "You're still pretty even without makeup."

Seol's first meeting with Ghost Jin Oh was painful. Go Kyung Pyo does kicked puppy like a pro. I kept repeating, "Ryu Soo Hyun! Ryu Soo Hyun!" Then when Jin Oh finally called her name, they abruptly switch to Psycho Tae Min. Go back!! I am beyond thrilled for Jin Oh, which feels like a weight off his shoulders. He 100% deserves to be seen by Seol. I squeed when Se Joo acknowledged their friendship. Jin Oh needs to tell his friend that Tae Min can see him too. Isn't it dangerous for Tae Min to openly talk about plagiarizing Fate at a writer's funeral with nothing but writers attending? Young Min was just as pushy 80 years ago as Tae Min is now, harping on Soo Hyun for a date.

Thanks a bunch for recapping, @gummimochi!

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i was so bummed that in the middle of a very exciting moment in their lives, they have to switch to Tae Min. like who in the world cares about what he is doing right now?? Seol just saw the most handsome ghost in the planet!

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Hahaha. Loved the way she got all touchy and curious. And he backing off. That actor is tall. I need a ghost like Jin ho if not a real guy like him.

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Is no one going to mention how hot Hwa young looks when he grabbed the gun pointed to his head. What a look!!

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OMG yes. I was like ?, even if I probably shouldn't feel that way lol

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He is so sexy!

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Yup. I have that look screenshot, and immortalized on my fan wall. ?

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I saw it!

I still cannot get over when Seol hug him tighly, because I want to be her. ?

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How to look hot like that when a gun pointed to your head?

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We've been mentioning how hot he looks in every episode lmao XD Just like that passionate kiss, in this one too he showed mix emotions just from the way he stared at Soo Hyun. And when he revealed his feeling, I swooned.

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(T-T) <-- when Yul calls out Su Hyeon's name. The longing on Yul's face.. that full of emotions facial expressions.. GKP, 2 thumbs up for you!

I find the pace of the drama is slow but the story is definitely one of the best for me right at this moment. Maybe I am a sucker for supernatural dramas.. I cant wait for the finale this week!!!!

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A very big fan of this drama's music. The songs really add to the mysterious, foggy feeling that the drama creates, as well as highlighting those tension-filled pauses that make me freak out.

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Especially that SGWannabe song, (Writing Our Stories?). Kills me every time. Link below to those who are curious:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpgdeBtZLKA

[the first 3 seconds... ugh]

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when they played this song after a silent moment of jin oh got shot, my tears just rolled down my cheeks :'( n i dont cry easily either

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I am not that knowledgable in video & music editing, but based on my own observation, everything is so on point. I saw the proof of meticulous works of the team.

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Wow. Thanks @gummimochi for a great recap. This show just went up another emotional notch. I'm so pleased the three comrades are now able to work together to tell their story. Poor Yoo/Yul. I can hardly wait for Friday's episode.

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Wonderful episode full of feels as always! The moment when Seol could see Jin Oh and they played the OST- the perfectness of the music for the moment took my breath away. Loved it and the feels!

I feel like Tae Min in rapidly approaching unredeemable territory- he hit rock bottom for me when he decided not to do anything to save Seol- just because she decided not to be his assistant! Excuse me Mister, the world doesn't revolve around you and your ridiculous resentment of Se Joo and Seol for things that are your own fault is just.... *gnashes teeth* I don't know if the writer is going to try and redeem his soul but honestly, from where I am right now, it's looking pretty black.

Cannot wait for the reveals next week- I feel like the show has really hit its stride now and is truly firing on all cylinders. Can't wait for more of the gorgeous 1930s scenes!

And can I just say, having a romance be based on a past love that was sacrificed for the better of the country is really working well for me, I'm literally swooning every time Hwi Young/Se Joo and So hyun/Seol get together. ❤️❤️❤️

Ppali ppali let it be Friday!

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Hahah I think Tae-min has crossed the threshold for me already in the last episode, so I wasn't really that surprised he could sink even lower in this one. I wonder too if the writer might redeem him, but, y'know, I honestly wouldn't care if he wasn't and just want him to get his dues ?

And yes! So excite for this week's episodes. Finally, Seol and Seju can learn more about their past. Together even. I'd consider it a date except I'm a bit apprehensive at what they might find. (It'd be cool if Seju met his past self, but it probably won't happen. Alas, he could take a few pointers in swagger from him lol.) Also, since it's a memory, neither of them can technically get hurt, right? Just worried. Whatever the case, Friday can't come any sooner!

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Tae Min crossed over earlier for me as the cat-abuser. That was a total no-no. Unless he gets proper treatment, it's quite difficult to forgive him..

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I'd never stop dreaming to be the centre of Go Kyung Pyo's gaze.
Bye2 world.
I've been properly thawed.

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Yes! That gaze..sigh...forever..

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If it had been Hwiyoung, my heart wouldn't have hurt as much as it has for Yul because he got another life with another shot at love and like he said it would've been a chance for Seol to right the wrong. But its Yul..its jin-oh, the puppy ㅠㅠ
When that last scene played..my eyes were full of tears! By the time the episode ended, my body was energy-less, my heart was broken ànd my mind went numb~That Damn scene! ㅠㅠ

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There were so many scenes that I feel were quite well done in this episode! *Poking Yoo Jin looks fun!*
But by far, my most favourite is when Soo Hyun asked Hui Young if he's scared she might hesitate and he answered no, he's the one who's scared he might hesitate.
I think my heart bleed for Hui Young there.
Also that last scene, where Yul was lying on the typewriter, bleeding.
What do I do for a week?! Augh.

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Wasn't it a love confession? I love that scene <3

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But what if Yul was a double agent? I couldn't shake that thought after watching that last scene of this episode. He looked like he had disappointed himself than the shocking discovery of how he died. Both of them kinda guessed that Su Hyun killed one of them or at least that's what her memories implied with both their backs being shown when she was aiming the gun. But the real question is why? What if he turned evil when he discovered Su Hyun doesn't love him but Hwi Young?

Whatever it is I think we are heading for more twists and turns. Hold tight my poor heart. I hope its all rainbows and butterflies and Ji Oh gets to live his human life in this world which he definitely deserves. Evil or not.

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The writer likes throwing a bait to make viewers get wrong presumption, like, she made an impression as if Jin Oh/Yool was killed by Soo Hyun. And now she made an impression as if Yool was a double agent. But I don't think so.

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There could be the possibility that back in the 30's they actually did believe that he was betraying the country and did order him killed/shot him and he wants to take them back to show them that was not true... that he really didn't betray them. Or, more likely, whatever he was typing at the time of his death explains what he was doing when meeting with the enemy. This is really an interesting drama. I love it. I also am very impressed with the acting of GKP and have always been impressed with him in his other roles, particularly Tomorrows Cantabile. He's an actor who is easily able to win the hearts of the audience. He's not quite as seasoned as YAI, nor do they accept the same type of roles. But I believe both are worthy of much respect.

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I dont think Yul was a double agent too. I strongly in the camp that he's loyal and would never betray his country. When he became a ghost, he can only possesed Gyun Woo, which is a Sapsari breed. And a sapsari is known as a very loyal dog to its master. If that's not foreshadowing, I don't know what is..

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The three main relationship tugged me hard... be it Hui Yong, Soo Hyeon and Yul or Se Joo, Seol and Jin Oh, i can't stop thinking of Jem, Will and Tessa in TID, if anyone ever read the series by Cassandra Clare, tell me if you feel the same... and for that, I am certain that Yul did not betray Hui Yong and their cause... and for that too, I don't think Soo Hyeon was ordered to kill him or intended to kill Yul... it must be someone else... And for that too, Hui Yong would not be someone who believed Yul betrayed him too... somehow we must remember that Yul did everything as ordered by Hui Yong, and the one who saw all that was not Hui Yong but Se Joo... huhu...

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Careful now, there is a new crazy b*tch in town. So is she also from the past and not just the sisters stalker? Was she the one, who originally wanted to sing and then got outshined by Seol? Whats her plan now, working at the restaurant? Is she going to team up with the other unstable crazy pants? So many questions. Can't wait to get the answers.
But seriously, I adored this episode. The 30th were as usual stunning and I had to stop a couple of times, just to enjoy the set and as always Jin Oh stole every single scene in which he was in.

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One thing that bugged me was why after so long did the new crazy b*tch just appear, and why did she approach Tae Min first? Why did she blackmail him in the first place if she just wanted to take a revenge to Se Joo?

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The last scene is so heartbreaking...

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Such an interesting twist. That last scene was just wow. Now the question is who did it but also why. He bled out on top of the typewriter but I still wonder why he was stuck in it for 80 years. He did not want to move on because he was too invested in their fight and he wanted to help his friends or did he do something and that is why he was punished like this?
Interesting to see TM being a traitor in his past life.
The 1930s scenes between SJ and Seol are so perfect.

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I'm in the minority I guess, but I found the first half ─ where secretary Kang, Bang-jin and Daehan kept trying to "school" Se-joo and Seol on how to be more coy ─ a bit forced. The hijinks were campy rather than funny, and the scenes didn't fit so well in the overall scheme of things.

I was on complete tenterhooks about that last bit where Yul sent them off into memories, leaving himself overcome by sudden flashbacks about his death. It felt so ominous and I'm worried that his emotional state might also affect Se-joo and Seol, because the whole "dream" is conjured through his own energy. And what happens if they get a bullet in the dream? Does it have any real-life implications a la Agents of Shield? I'm also worried that Tae-min might storm the house right at the moment when all three are unconscious. Argh.

Still, I love the show for the friendship and I'm so glad that now we've progressed to a real-time friendship between all three parties. I'm so grateful that Yul, despite his heartbreak for the kiss scene, didn't harbour grudges - in fact, he was still so elated when Se-joo elevated him to friend status! Awww, puppy!

PS. I'm grateful that for once, our heroine isn't too taken in by the antagonist. I've had too many shows where the heroine thinks too kindly of the antagonist and it just gets annoying.

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No, I also felt that bit about them giving Seol and Seju dating advice didn't really gel for me either although I give it a pass because I'm always happy to see more of Secretary Kang and Bang-jin ?

And ooh, I never thought of that but that would be an interesting turn for the show to take if Yul's emotional state affected Seol and Seju, which it might? I too am worried about what would happen if they get shot! Like it seems the scene they landed in is quite dangerous. In fact, the previous time Seju was sent back to the past he also had to run away. I wonder if this will become a thing. . .

I don't think Tae-min will storm into his house though, right? He'd better not or I'll *shakes fist*

Yup, Yul is such a good friend and wingman it makes my heart hurt for him even more. He's so good-natured! I hope he gets justice when the novel is finished. I can't wait for our trio to get things done!

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Yes, I too feel the scene was a bit forced and too sudden. Perhaps I wasn't familiar with a chatty Secretary Kang talking about very personal stuff with her boss, especially so when in previous episodes she was so professional about everything.

The editing in this episode also feels kinda choppy on certain parts. The scene of Jin Oh materializing in front of Seol was so, so beautifully done, and I wish they didn't cut the scene with Tae Min's scene. It's a bit jarring when I'm all emotionally invested and bawling my eyes out and suddenly Tae Min appears on my screen!

And I also wish the scene when Hwi Young confessed to Soo Hyun was played a bit longer, and not being cut immediately after the confession. I want to feeeeel more in those scenes!

Nevertheless, I'll take what I can get and I totally love love love all Jin Oh's scenes in this episode. He's slaying each on of them. I feel like I wanna give him the biggest hug in the world and tell him that it's ok, the whole of Beanieland would be with him.

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Im actually wondering if that particular scene when they were checking out the readers' comments online.. do actors do that as well once an episode comes out? I hope they do and they do it here in dramabeans. They get so much love i hope they read every bit of it.

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Wow what a dayum revelation! That means Soo Hyun didn't kill anyone. Someone else killed Ghost Yoo/Yool. And I don't think it was Hwi Young either.

Oooh I love when these trio are together on screen!

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So much feelings after this episode!! Our puppy ghost took my heart away. I lufff him and even if I really like the trio and their friendship, In Ho is the one I am most invested in. He seems to be genuinely good and a loving friend, and the way he finally got to meet Seol...boy, it made me feel so sad and happy for him at the same time. The final scene was also heartbreaking but somehow expected. I hope he gets the closure he deserves and refuse to believe he is a bad guy, I'm sure some terrible misunderstanding happened and this is why he needs his friends to clarify it to find some peace. I'm dying to watch next episode now.

On a more superficial note, how adorable was the scene with Seol getting all touchy and tickling In Ho? He looked so happy, I swear he was the cutest thing I have seen ? I have never desired to have a ghost a home, but I would be happy having one like him. And then you have Yoo Ah In being the sexiest man in glasses (when he has hair)...They already said that, but I will insist that these men look gorgeous on their 30s hair and attire. They should keep these looks all year round.

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swoon...
Another riveting episode.
I wonder why Yul took so long to reveal himself.

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ah I'm so late to comment on this, but it'll still be kept on my wall so I'm going to do it! :D

- OMG that parallel conversation that our two leads are too direct was hilarious. But also, so so cute. Two people who are seen as amateurs by others, just liking each other and expressing it freely without care! How sweet to see. Seeing Yoo Ah In's grinning face in the mirror did it for me, I totally cracked up.

-creepy girl and Tae Min :( Don't dooooo iiiiiit don't harm anyone! Is she the sister of the man that got sent to jail/nearly shot Se Ju earlier on?

- the conversation while bare-faced, ah.... so cute. Look how smiley Se Ju is!

- "send me back to Chicago" NO GHOSTIE you can't go yet!! >:( so glad he decided to stay in the end. Shin Yul, your side-eye is hilarious.

- ugh, Tae Min. If you're going to warn Se Ju about Seol being in danger for goodness sake do it properly. Like give the creepy girl's name. ??? Sigh.

- I'm so curious to know how their code works. The key words don't seem to occur regularly enough so it can't be something like one every 10 words etc. And past-Tae Min giving her that newspaper clipping.... does that mean he suspects her of being part of the organisation as well? Can he read the code? Or is it all a coincidence? And also, he approaches Su Hyun the same way he does Seol. Really strongly, then makes concessions until she finally cannot say no. :( Not a nice way of treating others, but he sure gets his way. Hope Su Hyun can stand up to him the way Seol did by quitting. Or maybe... Su Hyun couldn't, which caused their deaths?

- ahh, Shin Yul and Han Se Ju are friends now!!! Great :D

- seeing the blood fill up the watch was so scary and foreboding.

Overall: I can't wait for the next episode. And also, I love how in both timelines, shit is hitting the fan with the creepy girl, and past-Tae Min making their moves. Nicely dovetailed.

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She typed that third rated story when HY hurt his hand. Maybe at that time she didn't realize what she typed but she still remembered the content. Now, after she became a part of the organization, maybe her instincts work better.

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It's not a big question. As most independence movement failed their mission because of the traitors, Tae Min also has some minions who work inside Hwi Young's organization. One of them could be the guy who frequented the stock exchange (the guy whom JO told to stop visiting the stock exchange for the sake of his family in episode 10).

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Who all think that Yul would have been framed by the Madame of Carpe Diem, which caused Hwi Young and Sun Hyun were made to think he was traitor and hence killed him
And he is still wandering around coz he wants to prove his loyalty to his country ??

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Me, me! Sort of. I think that Hwi Young would have seen through any effort at making Yul a traitor, just like Yul was pretty confident Soo Hyun wouldn't have changed loyalties. And even if he thought Yul was a traitor, Hwi Young would have killed him himself. He wouldn't give that task to anyone, especially Soo Hyun. . I think either Hwi Young was dead or incapacitated and Soo Hyun was fooled into killing him.

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This episode had me upset for hours after. Yul has always been the good guy. He is straightforward in his affection for Soo Hyun, and he knowing what we know of him, he never would have betrayed the organization. But I can't help but feel it was Soo Hyun who pulled the trigger. And she could only have done that if either Hwi Young gave the order or he was already dead and she was fooled into killing Yul.

Both options are awful. I can understand why he became a ghost. He would have died knowing that his best friends thought of him as a traitor. He couldn't have found peace unless he'd made sure they know of his innocence.

Also, I'm just so impressed with Go Kyung Po. He's killing it in this role. This is exactly what a second lead needs to be. I know Han Se Ju is meant for Jeon Soel, there's no competetion there. But my heart bleeds for Yul anyway. I'm frustrated at how unfair his death had been and irritated that the others (good and bad guys) got a second chance at life while he didn't. He was stuck in typewriter for eighty years! That's not what a sweet guy like him deserves. And even after that, as a ghost, he had no malice in his heart. He loves Seol, but he did all he could to bring Se Ju and Seol together. He deserves a happy ending! I demand it.

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agree with you. I have been unintentionally following Go Kyung Po work and I found him to improve a lot with recent work.

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