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Tunnel: Episode 11

Sun-jae lays everything on the line this hour to bring his perp to justice, but is the justice offered by the law really effective, especially when our resident murderer proves how easy it is to play the system? Still, when his opponents are as dogged as our team, his winning streak can’t last forever…

 
EPISODE 11 RECAP

Kwang-ho sends Sun-jae on ahead to catch Jung Ho-young while he frantically tries to rouse Jae-yi. He gasps in relief when she finally comes around and recognizes him. “Agasshi, if it weren’t for the sound of the whistle&mdash…” he starts, before the sight of it around her neck sends him reeling.

He remembers Yeon-sook giving him his, and the grandma describing how little Yeon-ho used to blow it all the time. Disbelievingly, he asks Jae-yi, “Who are you? You can’t be… are you&mdash…” but that’s all Jae-yi hears, as his next words are blotted out by the arrival of the rest of the team. Aaaaargh!!!!

Meanwhile, Sun-jae tracks Jung through the dark woods, gun at the ready. But Jung, lying in wait, ambushes him. The rest of the team hear a gunshot and start running, leaving Kwang-ho with Jae-yi.

Jung disarms Sun-jae and a savage fight ensues, with Jung taking the upper hand, before Sun-jae turns it around. He makes it into his car, but Sun-jae smashes the window with his elbow like a badass and drags the man out.

Sun-jae keeps hold of him through sheer will and desperation, and they trade blows in equal measure until Sun-jae manages to immobilize Jung in a chokehold. (Poetic justice?) With a howl, he finally releases him to the arriving team, who at last arrest him.

But when Jung leers at him, Sun-jae launches himself at him, and Sung-shik holds him off. “We’ve got him, it’s going to be okay,” Sung-shik says, arms around a sobbing Sun-jae.

Jae-yi is taken to hospital where Kwang-ho kicks up such a fuss about the doctors tending another patient instead of Jae-yi that they call security to take him away. “There’s so much I have to say!” he cries.

Meanwhile, Jung is brought to the station amid a media frenzy over his capture. Among the spectators is the brother of his victim Lee Seo-yeon, who seizes Jung and tells him to bring his sister back. As he’s led up the steps of the station, Jung smirks. A battered Sun-jae looks back at the brother with sympathy.

Inside, Sun-jae conducts Jung’s body search himself, first knocking off his hat before removing his belt and anything else that might conceivably be used as a weapon.

The station chief congratulates the Violent Crimes team on their arrest, although he warns them not let out the true story of Jae-yi putting herself in danger (he wants to pass it off as a sting instead). He leaves Sung-shik troubled, and Tae-hee and Min-ha wonder at the unexpected viciousness of Sun-jae’s confrontation with Jung. Sung-shik says he has his own reasons, just as the man himself walks in, much the worse for wear.

Sung-shik tells him that this is just the beginning: To put Jung away, it’s vital they have solid evidence, and he dispatches the Tae-Min duo to follow up at the scene accordingly. Realizing Kwang-ho is absent, he sends Sun-jae to join him and get Jae-yi’s victim testimony.

The doctor tells Kwang-ho that Jae-yi’s continued unconsciousness is likely due to shock rather than injury. Gazing down at her, Kwang-ho thinks back to all his encounters with her. “You were so unbelievably close to me all this time,” he whispers. “If I hadn’t disappeared from the tunnel like that… Yeon-sook, you wouldn’t have died, and our Yeon-ho wouldn’t have suffered so much growing up. It’s my fault, it’s all because of me,” he says, sobbing.

Elsewhere, Dr. Mok lies outside his house smoking while looking up at the night sky. He thinks of Jae-yi making herself bait. “I hope she’s safe,” he says, smiling to himself.

Sun-jae finds Kwang-ho slumped outside Jae-yi’s hospital room. He tells him that they’ve caught Jung, “And… I found Yeon-ho.” But he’s surprised when Kwang-ho says he’s already met her. Showing Sun-jae the whistle, Kwang-ho tells him how he lost it in the tunnel that day. He wonders why Jae-yi never wore it before, “Did Yeon-sook tell her about me?”

Sun-jae quietly tells Kwang-ho what he knows about Jae-yi’s childhood: her adoption, how she doesn’t remember anything of her life before that, the hardships she went through since. He tells him, too, about her being suspected of setting the fire that killed her adoptive parents, and how Dean Hong’s intervention saved her. “That’s why she can’t talk about herself, and why if she’s hurting, she can’t say it hurts. That’s how she lived, in loneliness and hardship,” he adds.

Tears rolling, Kwang-ho whispers an apology, and Sun-jae tells him to say those words to her directly, “And tell her who you are, too.” But Kwang-ho shakes his head, stricken over not being by her side for one moment in the past thirty years. “I can’t tell her,” he says—it’s enough that he gets to see her face before he goes back.

At the crime scene at the reservoir, they find nothing until Tae-hee peers into Jung’s car and finds a crucifix hanging there. Min-ha observes that it looks like a woman’s necklace, and they immediately look into whether any of the victims had lost one.

At the police station, Jung doesn’t acknowledge his charges. He claims not to know Jae-yi and even asserts that he saved her from her attacker. Outraged, Sung-shik leaves the room to update Sun-jae, who promises to bring him Jae-yi’s testimony.

Standing at the door, Sun-jae watches Kwang-ho hover at Jae-yi’s bedside. “I shouldn’t have asked you to help with Jung Ho-young to begin with. I’m sorry, Professor Shin,” he thinks. “Please wake up, I beg you.

Jae-yi dreams. Her mom puts the whistle-necklace around her neck, and for the first time, Yeon-sook’s face is revealed. Telling little Yeon-ho that it was her dad’s, Yeon-sook promises her that she’ll come running anytime she blows it, no matter where she is.

The dream slides to an airport scene now, where Yeon-ho is dressed up and being photographed by a couple of foreigners (her adoptive parents?) who speak to her in English. She blows on the whistle, crying. We shift again, now to a beach in England, where she looks out to sea, still blowing hopelessly on the whistle. “Nobody’s coming. It was all a lie!” she thinks.

And finally, Jae-yi wakes up to see Kwang-ho’s concerned face with Sun-jae right beside him. “Did you catch Jung Ho-young?” is the first thing she asks. Sun-jae assures her they did, and she’s keen to give her testimony right away despite their protests, worried that they could lose Jung and have their efforts could go to waste otherwise.

“Don’t worry, I’m fine,” she says, and Kwang-ho explodes. “What do you mean you’re fine?” he yells, adding that she should forget Jung Ho-young and take care of herself. She ignores him and tells Sun-jae that she wants to go ahead. Overcome, Kwang-ho storms out, even though Sun-jae calls after him.

“Will you really be okay?” Sun-jae asks her. She nods.

They begin. She tells him she picked the reservoir as a place she’s been to before, but Jung unexpectedly attacked her and knocked her out. She tells Sun-jae that Jung spoke to her, telling her he got her message through her TV interview. “You were right. I didn’t kill Yoon Da-young and Nam Joo-hee. Of course, I killed the other women,” he had said, while tying her up. “Like this, using stockings.”

“Did he really say that he killed them?” Sun-jae asks, but Jae-yi begins to convulse as she relives his attempt to kill her. Trapped in the memory, she retreats in terror, feeling the stockings around her neck again. The memory of Kwang-ho rescuing her overlaps with Sun-jae’s face in the present.

Holding her, Sun-jae reassures her that she’s okay now. “I’m not okay,” Jae-yi sobs, “It hurts. It hurts so much.” He cradles her head in his arms and she cries into his chest. As the camera pans, we see Kwang-ho outside the door, having overheard it all. He shakes with tears of his own and his hand curls into a fist as he vows to put Jung away, no matter what.

When Sun-jae emerges sometime later, they share a moment of silence, which is broken by the arrival of an anxious Dean Hong. (Is that a weird look she gives Kwang-ho before she goes in?) Through the window, the men watch how Jae-yi lightens when she sees the dean.

Kwang-ho strides into the police station and asks if they’ve found any evidence, and Tae-hee scoffs that he always shows up late and talks the loudest. Sun-jae arrives with Jae-yi’s testimony, and Sung-shik finally calls a meeting.

Sun-jae begins by saying that they’ve only got evidence for two of Jung’s murders: the nurse, and student Lee Seo-yeon, the recent victim. Tae-hee finally gets to share his findings: They confirmed the crucifix necklace belonged to Lee Seo-yeon, and her DNA was found on it. Sun-jae says they should start by pressing Jung with what they’ve got and see how much he cracks.

In the interrogation room, Jung says he bought the necklace, but when Sun-jae tells him it belonged to Lee Seo-yeon and had her DNA on it, Jung brazenly changes his story without blinking an eye—actually, he says, he just picked it up from the street.

Sun-jae plays a recording of the call where Jung said it was true that he killed Lee Seo-yeon and reminds him that he said that same to Jae-yi. Jung’s expression turns grim, but then he starts to chuckle: “Those were all lies.”

Furious, Kwang-ho shakes him, but Jung continues to deny it. “I didn’t kill anyone. I swear,” he says. The others are watching from the other side of the glass, and they sigh that it will be hard to secure a conviction without his confession.

Back at their desks, Sun-jae bolts up. “Let’s do a lie detector test,” he says to Sung-shik. (Kwang-ho: “Lie detector test?”) Although it will only be considered circumstantial evidence, Sun-jae thinks they can use it to unbalance Jung psychologically.

Hooked up to the polygraph, a canny investigator asks Jung detailed questions about his murders. Jung calmly denies everything, but the polygraph beeps rapidly, indicating that he’s lying. But it really goes haywire when he’s questioned about his sister’s incident.

“Thirty years ago, how did it feel to strangle your sister? Did you get excited?” the investigator presses. Did he feel looked down on by her? When the women he killed begged for their lives, the investigator presses, did it made him feel like he had the upper hand?

Leaping to his feet, Jung rips off the sensors. “I said I didn’t do it!” he screams. On the other side of the glass, the team are satisfied that they can bolster their case with this.

Jae-yi suffers a nightmare of her ordeal and bolts awake, crying. Dean Hong rushes in. When she’s calm again, Jae-yi confesses that she thought she would be fine because she knows murderers well. She was afraid he’d kill someone else after she provoked him, and adds, “I wanted to ask him many things, but in the end, I couldn’t say a single word. I was too frightened.”

Dean Hong takes Jae-yi’s hands into her own. “Anyone else would have been the same,” she tells her comfortingly.

Oho, it looks like Sun-jae’s finally joined the team for an after-work dinner, though he looks harried about it, haha. Sung-shik is relieved they’ve caught Jung, but Kwang-ho snaps that they didn’t even solve the 1986 cases.

They all get riled up, with Sun-jae taking Kwang-ho’s side, and Sung-shik and Min-ha trying to calm everyone down. Tae-hee yells at Sun-jae, who—HA!!—thrusts his arm into the air and yells at him right back to uncuff them from each other. Min-ha roars at them all to stop squabbling like kids, making the rest of the team blink back at him in shocked silence.

Sun-jae phones Jae-yi to check on how she’s doing while Kwang-ho clucks around, trying to get a word in. Sun-jae updates her on Jung, and she suggests that they seek out his mother, pointing out that all of his reactions are because of her. He agrees, and they hang up.

Kwang-ho squeaks in dismay because he didn’t get to talk to her, but he’s further chagrined when Sun-jae asks him to look after her since she’s being discharged the next day. “Who are you to put her into my care? I’m her dad!” he argues. It’s a fact that Sun-jae seems to have forgotten, judging from his caught look and rapid exit. Kwang-ho calls indignantly after him that he won’t allow them (to be together)—absolutely not! Haha.

Jae-yi tells Dean Hong what she thinks about Jung’s complex about his mom, and how she threw him away to the mental hospital. “A mother’s love, whether lacking or excessive, can cause problems too,” the dean agrees.

She tells the dean about her dream: “There was a woman I called ‘Mom,'” she says. Hong is hopeful that it means her memories are returning, adding that there must be a reason why they’re rising to the surface now, “Is it time for you to look for her now?” Looking uncertain, Jae-yi touches the whistle around her neck.

Kwang-ho stands at the mouth of the tunnel. “I found Yeon-ho,” he tells Yeon-sook. “I saved her thanks to the whistle. Yeon-sookie, you saved her.” Sighing deeply, he asks her to wait just a little longer so he can put Jung away properly. “When I come back, I’ll put everything back to how it should be,” he promises. He turns around, walking away from the tunnel.

Jae-yi is discharged the next day. Instead of going straight home like she promises Dean Hong, she stops off at the university to see Dr. Mok. She thanks him for saving her, although he tells her it’s nothing—he just felt responsible. “I shouldn’t have said something like that,” he says with an apparently rueful smirk, “I’m glad you returned safe.”

She’s glad that they caught Jung at least, and he chuckles deeply at that, likening her to Sun-jae. She seems to clock something odd at that remark, because her demeanor subtly changes. Dr. Mok invites her to come play chess with him from time to time: “I want to get you back for catching my king last time.”

“Let’s do that,” Jae-yi replies, a cool smile playing on her lips.

Back at work, the detectives rib Min-ha for his outburst the night before. Hahaha. But their mirth is cut short when Sung-shik arrives with the announcement that the Jung Ho-young case is being taken over by the prosecution service, since they hit their investigation deadline today.

Kwang-ho protests, and Sun-jae petitions for more time. Troubled but determined, Sung-shik agrees to buy them until tomorrow morning, and tells them to move fast.

They visit Jung’s mother, and Kwang-ho tries unsuccessfully to persuade her to visit her son. “Your son killed my mother!” Sun-jae bursts out. She retreats behind a closed door, while on the other side, Sun-jae tells her that he joined the police to catch his mother’s killer. He pleads with her to appeal to him, but with tears in her eyes, she says that there’s nothing in him to appeal to.

On the drive back, Sun-jae realizes they’ve got one card left to play: himself. He guesses that Jung would be wildly entertained to find out that Sun-jae was the son of one of the 1986 victims and plans to draw him out that way. “This time, I’ll be the bait,” he says.

Sun-jae shows Jung a photo of his mother with him as a baby, which Jung clearly recognizes, though he claims not to. He wonders why Sun-jae has that photo. “It’s my mother,” he replies. Jung looks like Christmas and his birthday just came at once. “She was wearing an ivory cardigan and grey skirt,” he reminisces, “Right?”

“I’ve been running around like a madman, trying to catch my mother’s murderer. Finally, we meet,” Sun-jae says. He tells Jung to confess, since the statute of limitations for it has run out anyway. But to Sun-jae’s growing consternation, Jung only chuckles and denies it.

Kwang-ho slings an arm around Jung’s shoulder. “Ajusshi…” he says into his ear, “It’s true I killed the dogs, but I didn’t kill a person.” Jung freezes mid-laugh, and Kwang-ho quotes: “‘Do you need a reason to kill a person?'”

“We meet after thirty years,” Kwang-ho continues with a sharp smile. As recognition dawns, Jung leaps back in shock and disbelief. But when Kwang-ho talks about dots, he’s filled with confusion, which gives Kwang-ho pause. He looks at him searchingly and glances back at Sun-jae. “It wasn’t him,” he realizes.

The detectives regroup in the meeting room where Sun-jae argues fiercely that Jung is pretending. “No, his expression said he truly didn’t know,” Kwang-ho replies, concluding that he wasn’t the 1986 murderer, nor the culprit in the present murders where the victims were marked with dots.

“There’s another murderer,” he says, but realizes that to know those details about Sun-jae’s mother (and her murder), he must have seen it himself. “I’m saying that bastard Jung Ho-young is a witness!” he exclaims. He goes out to look for him, but finds out that Jung is meeting his mother right now.

“Why did you do it?” Jung asks her. But instead of answering, she says it would have been better if he hadn’t been born her son and that he should have stayed in the mental hospital. She says she fabricated an alibi for him for her own sake, because she wanted to hide that she gave birth to a murderer like him. I actually feel sorry for him right now.

“Whether you live or die, you’re a useless wretch. Better you go somewhere and die,” she hisses, and tears rim his eyes. She orders him to accept the punishment of his sins “Don’t come out of here until you die,” she says in parting.

Before he’s taken back to his cell, he asks for Sun-jae. But at that very moment, Sun-jae is busy sharing details about the investigation with Dr. Mok. Nooo, stop! Just then, Min-ha comes to fetch him to Jung, who said he’s going to confess. Sun-jae hangs up in a hurry, but having overheard, Mok thumps the gurney in rage. Isn’t that what you wanted, though?

Sun-jae bursts into the interrogation room, and Jung says, “It’s true, I killed her. I killed your mother.” Huh? Jung repeats Sun-jae’s mom’s dying words: “Spare me, I have a child.” At that, Sun-jae attacks him, pressing his arm against Jung’s throat while Jung continues to needle him.

Kwang-ho shouts at him to stop letting himself get played and finally manages to send him out for a breather. In the meantime, he receives blood results which tell him something we don’t yet know.

Jung turns down his offer of a cigarette, saying that he doesn’t smoke, and Kwang-ho shouldn’t either. Kwang-ho agrees–Jung’s blood results show clearly that he’s never smoked. “You didn’t kill Seo Yi-soo,” he says, “I caught that guy smoking in the tunnel. If you don’t smoke, you can’t be the culprit. You saw it, right?”

Looking terrified, Jung angrily insists he did kill her, while Kwang-ho insists he’s a witness. A flashback takes us back to Young Jung Ho-young looking down at the road below. He noticed Seo Yi-soo being followed by a hooded man. The man pounced on her and proceeded to strangle her with the stockings. Having crept closer, he witnessed it all with curious interest.

Back in the present, Jung yells that he killed her, and Kwang-ho shakes him in fury. “I said I’m the culprit! I killed her!” Jung roars, as officers take him away. The next morning, as Jung is escorted from the police station, Dr. Mok—apparently on his way in—catches his eye from the sidelines.

Meanwhile, Jae-yi gives her English friend Kate a call and finds out that there was a policeman looking for her.

In prison, Jung receives a visitor. Yup, it’s Dr. Mok. Swallowing, Jung asks, “Do you know me?” Mok replies with a smile that he heard Jung witnessed the murder thirty years ago.

Sun-jae drops Kwang-ho home and wants to see Jae-yi, but Kwang-ho reminds him that he won’t allow it. “Allow what?” Jae-yi asks, arriving home herself. The men bicker as they follow her and continue to do so even when they’re inside. But it’s a sweet moment when Sun-jae promises to buy her anything she wants to eat.

Kwang-ho gets a call from Sung-shik, asking if he’s seen the news. “Jung Ho-young has committed suicide!” he tells him. Whaaaat. Kwang-ho stares in shock. In his prison cell, Jung’s body hangs from the window bars, a piece of paper crumpled in his fist.

 
COMMENTS

What does this meeeeeean?? Did he really kill himself, or did Dr. Mok find a way to silence him? If he didn’t have that kind of access to the prison, what could he possibly have said to Jung to make him actually kill himself? I don’t have any guesses at all. His mother was horrible, but though it clearly hurt him—a new twist of an old knife—it didn’t seem to make him suicidal. But then, was he taking his mom’s words to heart when he claimed responsibility for Sun-jae’s mother’s murder? Why did he suddenly U-turn from denying it to insisting he did it? What was that encounter on the police station steps about? Did Jung see the culprit’s face back then? He certainly doesn’t seem to recognize Mok now.

At the beginning of the episode, I felt sure that Dr. Mok was going to somehow kill him while he was in custody just to prove that there were two killers. Right now, he seems desperate to conceal it (probably because they’ve come too close to uncovering him), but it’s almost amusing how much he can’t stand his kills being credited to someone else. But with his very particular style of murder, he can’t not have guessed that Jung must have seen him at some point thirty years ago to imitate it in such specific detail. The only things that differ are his signature markings and motivation.

I can’t say I’m not a tiny bit disappointed that Mok isn’t really a fascinating killer. Playing god and passing judgement on women he deems immoral is just so old, and I was more angry than is healthy at this fictional man and his “moral cleansing” which applies only and exclusively to women, like he never came across an unvirtuous man in his whole executioner career. Go back to the middle ages, you brute.

But I’m excited about the development between Dr. Mok and Jae-yi, because I feel like she’s caught wind of something about him, and for a woman who’s spent her career studying murderers, I’m positive that she’s reading Dr. Mok’s signals, however smart he thinks he’s being. It makes her perhaps the most essential player on Team Good Guys, and picking up and analyzing those cues has to be a natural reflex for her at this point, so I’m sure she sees stuff even when she’s not looking for it. I hope she plays him more smartly than her plan with Jung, which, argh! WHAT DID YOU HOPE TO ACHIEVE OUT THERE BY YOURSELF.

Over the last couple of weeks, I feel like Sun-jae’s been outshining Kwang-ho as a character, and it must be the way they’re written, because I can’t fault Choi Jin-hyuk’s emotive acting. With Sun-jae’s fight at the beginning of the episode (that’s how you do it, Voice!) and his reaction after it, his wholehearted unmeasured-ness really got me. He threw everything into catching Jung, and it was plain that he meant to get him or actually die trying. On top of that, he really brought home how that moment was the culmination of everything he’d worked for so far in his life.

And then there’s his sweetness with Jae-yi, and how she also noticeably softens every time she looks at him. I feel like I’m watching a broken robot and an injured animal take tiny steps towards each other while a guard dog nips at both of them, and man, I can watch this three-way folderol all day. And as ridiculously foolish as Jae-yi was last week, I still love her, my little sad robot. I feel a little cheated that she didn’t get to hear Kwang-ho say her real name, but I think we can at least count on this show to give us a really good delivery of the moment when it does come. But when they’ve got that whole father-daughter routine down so pat already, what’s in a name?

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I cried so much this episode, every time Kwang-ho cried I cried! It was so heartbreaking seeing him blaming himself for what happened to Jae-yi, how is he at fault for that? He doesn’t even know how he travelled through that tunnel, it was so sad!

I never thought that I would see Jae-yi break like that and be this vulnerable, it was a frightening experience, she knew she could die there but didn’t know how that would feel like! I’m glad that she said she wasn’t okay, she needed someone by her side and it’s sad that Kwang-ho couldn’t be that person but he was watching over her and she had Sun-jae, which, aww!

Now we know that Jung Ho-young witnessed Sun-jae’s mom’s murder and he’s been copying that method on his victims, he might’ve not seen the dots and that’s why he leaves that part out. It was nice seeing him panic when Kwang-ho repeated his words from the past! I think his mother played a big part in how he is today, it’s the resentment he had for her that tipped him to the darker side, he moved from killing dogs to women because of her, like Jae-yi explained it, he sees his mother in all of his victims, I’m not saying that if it wasn’t for his mother he would’ve lived a normal life, he could still be a murderer but because his mother never thought of him as a human, he never thought he could be capable of becoming one!! And, what was it that Dr. Mok said to him that made him commit suicide? It’s so frustrating to see him playing with our guys like that, just UGH!!

This episode wasn’t without some funny moments, Min-ha’s explosion and them teasing him about it was so funny and I laughed so hard at Kwang-ho when he told Sun-jae he won’t allow it, Kwang-ho as a grumpy dad is so cute!

Thanks Saya for the recap.

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And out of excitement for the recap I forgot to add, that chase and fight between Sun-jae and Jung Ho-young, OMG, Sun-jae's desperation to catch this guy and his anger, I felt it all! Yoon Hyun-min was great in that scene!

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And him almost choking Jung. Duo Tae-Min is right, this is the first time I see him that out of control. And it's frightening to see the amount of anger and hate coming off of him.

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Yes, exactly! Like Saya said, he was so vicious!! I can't wait to see what will he do when he discovers that it's dr. Mok who is the actual killer he's been looking for, I don't know what to expect from him then!

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OMG, for a second I forgot that Sun-jae still implicitly believes in Dr. Mok. Considering how big of a betrayal that would be, I'll take vicious Sun-jae anytime. I'm afraid it will broke something inside him when he discovers the truth. After all, the only friend he has up until Kwang-ho's time travel is that doctor.

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Yeah, he trusts him so much that he is willing to share every single information he gets with him, it would never occur to him that he is the killer, that's going to be a hard blow, and I'm not sure how well he's going to take it!

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That scene was amazing yet i can say part of it goes along with the killer main OST,that i adore and fear will never be released...It's such an awesome piece...Actually all the BGM along the main are amazing...

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The whole episode is so traumatic for JY, although she thought initially she had it all down to a T because she studied murderers and knew how they operated. Reality and theory are two different things, unfortunately. She had to learn it the hard way in this episode.

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When she recounting that horrific moments, my heart breaks for her. I'm glad she has Sunjae to hold and assured her.

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Even if Jae-yi already learned to share and honestly say what she feels, old habits die hard. So rather than acknowledging her harrowing experience, she kind of brushed it off as nothing important. But when reality hit and the trauma of the day finally came back in full force, it forced her to relive that horrifying moment. It's awful to see her has to go through all that again. But at the same time I was relieved since she finally acknowledged that she was scared and in pain and not okay at all.

I'm glad that Sun-jae is there to give her that much needed hug. And also doubly glad that she let Kwang-ho fussed over her and expressed his concern for her safety and well-being. It's tough being a dad when your daughter doesn't know that.

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JY is now more accustomed to letting KH fuss over her like some overprotective dad. It's so cute how she accepts him as he is now. I hope KH tells her soon that he is her dad. I can't wait to see some dad-daughter hijinks.

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I have mentioned it before but I will mention it again. They did an amazing job at casting Choi Jin-Hyuk in this role. He is doing a great job when it comes to all the emotional scenes. You can feel his pain, frustration and anger. He is also very adorable as the protective father. I love this show but of course it isn't without flaws. I have notice that particularly in OCN dramas we get those times were the characters do stupid and out of character actions just to continue the plot. They did this also in "Voice" and it makes me wonder what goes on behind cameras because that has happened now in two of their dramas. I know that other shows from other stations have done this also but you can particularly see it in these shows because they do a great job in setting up the characters and their characteristics and then they do, that. Of course, I am referring to the stupid move SJY made in episode 10. I agree, what was she trying to accomplish?? Why not make a plan with the police to back her up, it was just a completely stupid move. I get that she thought she could face the killer because she had been studying serial killers all her life but, still. Anyway I will continue watching this show because even with it's flaws is a great and interesting drama. I am now completely invested in the characters and I want to know what will happen to them in the future. Thanks for the recap Saya :)

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CJH is indeed adorable and emotive in this show. He goes from playing a Cupid to being a grumpy old dad who refuses to allow SJ be with his daughter. I supposed anything goes if it's not your daughter, but when it comes to your daughter, you are extra vigilant and strict choosing your son in law. Haha.

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I agree, this role was made for Choi Jin-Hyuk in my opinion, I've never paid much attention to him before but now after this drama it totally changed the way i see him as an actor. I hope he gets offered more good roles like this one in the future.

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That moment you remember Tunnel will be pre-empted on May 6-7. *wails*

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I know. I binged today 4 episodes as I couldn't see them before, and was like - ok 4 more days till new episode and then information about pre-emption hit me straight in the face. My jaw dropped in disbelief. -.-'

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I know we didn't have to complain about the acting of this drama but I've got to give it to Lee Yoo Young. Damn, that scene where she was giving her testimony to Sun Jae just made me feel her fear so much of being chased and almost dying.

Thanks @saya for the recap!

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And to think that is only her first drama - or apparently so, I couldn't find any other one in which she played - plus that she has some film experience, but not so many films either. She carries this role so impressively well.

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One serial killer down, one to go. It is getting really exiting now. KH as a father is so adorable. Suddenly he isn't so kean to get SJ and JY together, but I am afraid he will need SJ now more then ever to mend his relationship with his daughter. Please somebody tell her already that she is not alone anymore, she might start to tale better care of herself. KH is such a cute dad, I bet she would be happy to have him (after the existental crisis that he is the same age/younger then her).

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Sun-jae: Do you want to eat anything?
Kwang-ho: YA! Kim Sun-jae, why would you ask that?
Jae-yi: If I do, would you buy it for me?
Kwang-ho: WHAT!?!
Sun-jae: Of course.. Anything for you.
Kwang-ho: HEY!!!

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I love how they continued being sweet (*cough* flirting *cough*) and completely ignored Kwang-ho's objection. Sun-jae ya~ that's your potential father-in-law right there.

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Kwang-ho: Ya! Go home!
Sun-jae: I'm worried too I want to see her.
Kwang-ho: You jerk, I said I won't allow it.
Jae-yi: What won't you allow?

Kwang-ho: *dumbfounded*

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Somehow a Subway PPL moment did not occur.

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That is my fave scene too. Haha on KH, trying to act-not act like a father, and yet failing miserably.

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I love how it doesn't even register for Sun-Jae that Kwang-Ho is a generation older than him.. Especially when Sun-Jae follows Jae-Yi into her home all the while evading Kwang-Ho who tries to stop him by grabbing him.. :D Also him and Jae-Yi ignoring the blustering Kwang-Ho is hilarious to watch

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I like that Sunjae is kneeling in that scene while Kwangho is making himself comfortable..
Guess Kwangho is changing his mind about they should get married now that Jaeyi is his daughter. Hahaha

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I pointed out Sun Jae kneeling to my mom (she is new to kdramas and refuse to admit she is slightly addicted). Hilarious.

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hahaha one of my favorite scenes in this episode.

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What I like:
- little Yeon Ho/Jae Yi in hanbok, desperately blowing her whistle at the airport
Gaaaah....so heart wrenching? She must be hoping against hope that it's all a nightmare and her mom will save her from it.
- Sun Jae's slug fest with Jung Ho Young. I find most kdrama fights lacking. Even if all the moves are nicely choreographed, there is no emotions(here's looking at you, K2). This one is awesome at all fronts. Beautifully played by the two actors, it was so gripping, intense and emotions raw.
- Kwang Ho may be old school but he's got instincts of a good investigator. He reads people well, just like how he immediately realizes Jung was telling the truth.
- polygraph scene was one of the best I've seen. Good script here.
What I don't like:
- Dr Mok the killer. I agree with Saya that he's far from interesting. Also, I don't get the basis for selecting his victims. Any woman wearing skirt walking alone at night can be a victim. I feel it's more opportunistic than anything else.
- why does the police go through hell to catch Jung and then totally careless at keeping him safe in the cell? They should restrict all access except authorized ones.

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To be fair, nobody expected Dr Mok to be the trigger for Jung's suicide. And Dr Mok is a government official, so he can also be considered authorized?

I love the fight between SJ and Jung too. It's so desperate, so raw and so intense that I could practically feel their emotions while watching it. Jung desperate to escape, SJ equally desperate to catch him. Although it didn't last a long time, it was a good fight.

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They should let very few people access to Jung. Except for his lawyer and family, no one should be granted excess. There must be some kind of procedure, government official or not.

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I thought it was a stupid move regardless for Dr. Mok to visit him. There now is a record of this visitation and questions will be asked as to why he felt the need to see him. It is suspicious that a medical examiner would feel the need to visit a murderer who then conveniently kills him self after.

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Both Jung and Dr Mok do things which sometimes leave me scratching my head. Not sure if there's a good explanation or problem with the writing.

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That fight was great, I was not expecting Jung Ho-young to fight back that well! I was holding my breath the whole time, wishing that he wouldn't run away this time, I didn't want him to die yet I wanted Sun-jae to beat him to a pulp!

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Yessss and I loved how he smashed the car window without giving it much thought. All he cared about was catching Ho-young that nothing else mattered.

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On little JY, I understand how that change her. Seeing her blowing that whistle and waiting her mom to rescue her... it was so sad. No wonder she grow up relying on herself and shutting people out.

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And also, no wonder she forgot that part of her childhood. At first I thought it's weird that she forgot abouy Yeon-sook. They might live without father/husband figure, but they were certainly have a happy and warm life. But then I realize that that was the one bright point in Jae-yi's life that never came back to her. Remembering that would be a lot more painful than reliving the bad part of her childhood. Hopefully, she get her happy life soon. Whatever her definition of happy may be.

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Tunnel SLAYSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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I was glad that the PPL didn't occur. I see it in almost every episode of CT that I shudder to see more in other shows.

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Don't say too soon. Who knows, the tunnel might metamorphosize into a Giant sub.

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Hey! Don't give me nightmares!

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The very moment I read your comment I instantly thought about this song. Nightmares are dreams, too, aren't they?

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Oh no, please no!

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That scene where Jae-yi broke down crying got me right in the heart. After years of loneliness and isolation she was able to let her emotions out. I started crying along with her. It must've been so difficult for her to keep her emotions and pain inside herself with no one to talk to and no one to rely on.
And the fact that Kwang-ho heard this coming from his daughter was just a great addition to an already perfect scene. We know it isn't his fault that he was transported into the future. But boy is he not going to admit that. His pain is written on his face and I'm sure he will blame himself over and over again for not being their for Jae-yi/Yeon-ho

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That scene hurt so bad! She never admits the fact that she's in pain or lonely, imagine how afraid she was to actually let that show and break like that!

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Exactly...and I loved that about her. It can't have been easy to admit she was in pain...after years of keeping everything to herself. I'm glad she's starting to trust people enough to share her pain.
And I'm double glad that that person is Sun-jae because we know both of them need to heal their past wounds, slowly, and what better way them relying on and comforting each other?

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I know right? That scene was just too emotional, Im SO glad sun jae was there to comfort her <3

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OK I don't really think Jung Ho-young killed himself I think r. Mok really had something to do with it... maybe he does remember the Dr. after all...

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I agree. I'm sure Dr Mok said something that could've been the breaking point for Ho-young. The question is, what did he say?

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I think Jung did kill himself, after listening to what Dr Mok said. Perhaps it's something so terrifying that Jung can't stand or tolerate, so he just off-ed himself. I don't think he remembered the doc. I don't remember seeing his face in his flashback as a witness.

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ALL the main actors are knocking it out of the park this week. The writers have crafted such compelling characters. I can't believe it, but I even had a moment of sympathy for JHY this episode when his mother visited him and berated him. What might have been different for him with a different mother? So far Mok as the main villain seems 'meh', so I'm hoping there will be some twist to it that is coming - something that will blow us away. Choi Jin Hyuk is doing amazingly well in this role - his heartbreak each episode is so real. I'm very impressed with the whole series so far. Although I hate to wait an extra week for new episodes, I'm hoping that they are planning something spectacular for us.

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Dr. Mok is disappointingly uninteresting compared to Jung. But I hope the writer still has something up her sleeve to turn that around next week (or 2 weeks, since there is pre-emption).

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Dr Mok thinks himself as this omnipresent divine being, or this superior being. But the way I look at him, he is just boring and full of himself. Even his character is written in a boring and uninteresting manner. I hope the writer would bring out her guns and puff up the character a bit. After all, he hasn't been caught for 3 decades. That has to count for something right?

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Yes, I actually felt sorry for him in that scene, I couldn't help wondering the same! If she wasn't as bad as she is with him, and showed him a little love and care, how different would Jung Ho-young be today!!

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I am not sure if Jung would turn out different. His violent tendencies were already present, as evidenced by the killing of the dogs. Then he had to witness the killing of SJ's mom, which brought out another morbid side of him. Had he not been locked up in the mental institution for so long, he might have started his killing spree of the women at an earlier age.

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The actor who played Jung is fantastic! A lesser actor would have just made the character look crazy and smirk a lot. But this guy has a whole gamut of expressions.

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Yes. Well said. He's a rookie actor. Heo Sung Tae. 40y/o.

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Yes! The actor is good, even for a rookie. He straddles the thin line between crazy and intense very well. He is really good for thrillers or action scenes. Hope to see him in more thrillers or police-perp shows in the future.

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Jae-yi has always been so stoic and emotionless, that when she finally broke down and admitted she was scared and hurt I was so relieved. I think she was surprised to find out that she isn't superhuman. She went into that situation thinking she would be able to handle the killer and anything he threw at her only to succumb to fear and thoughts of survival. Her crying to Sun-jae goes to show how much she trusts him and enabled her to open herself up to him. (The actress rocked that scene).

I think Dr. Mok took a huge risk visiting the prison. That isn't anonymous. Even if he comes up with an excuse, it still puts him on their radar. The prisoner just happens to die right after talking with you? Hmm...suspicious. I personally feel that was a dumb ass move for someone who doesn't want to get caught. And I am still unclear as to the motivation behind Dr. Mok's killing. Why these particular women? Why mark them? And the biggest question of all why did he stop killing 30 years ago?

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That was a big risk. Dr. Mo was too arrogant, but that move fit his personality. I think the show will reveal more of Dr. Mok’s past and what his influences were in the upcoming episodes. They already spent a lot of time on Jung Ho Young and his backstory.

I hope we get some answers to your questions. I’m anxious to see Kwang Ho track him in the past.

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I hope so, too! I want to know what made him stop killing for 30 years! We know what might've triggered him to kill again but why stop in the first place?

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I believe Dr. Mok wanted to gloat in Jung's face about his murders, and rub in the fact that Jung now is in jail with no sight of release. It was a stupid move, but like what you said, it fits his arrogant personality. Since he always take pride of his killing spree. I can't wait to see when his arrogance finally trip him and make him pay for his crime.

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I do believe Dr Mok wanted to gloat in his face too, but it's not like Jung knew him. So the gloating might not be as satisfying as one thinks? I can't decide if it's a piece of shoddy or ingenious writing since visiting Jung in prison would definitely put Dr Mok in the police radar.

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I actually believe it was just to gloat in Ho young's face. And I think he was successful too because he managed to show Ho-young that he's the actual killer but he's not the one stuck in jail. Dr Mok is walking around as a free person and I think he wanted to rub that fact in Ho young's face.
And I think he was also curious as to what kind of person Ho-young was.

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I thought this episode would mostly focus on Kwang-Ho and Jae-Yi's relationship but I was soo much more moved by Sun-Jae.. His intense anger at the sight of Jae-Yi wounded and going after Jung's blood was soo powerful and gratifying to watch but at the same time, his rage and grief, even after Jung had been captured, was so painful to see.. And he focused all his emotions into bringing Jung to justice.. You could see the unwavering determination and quiet resolve which he carried throughout the episode but always on edge.. He softened only when he was with Kwang-Ho or Jae-Yi.. Also, that bare-fisted fight was choreographed so well!!

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The last two episodes left me feeling very furstrated, because I felt like the writing became a little shoddy but this episode totally brought me back into the fold!

How amazing was that fight scene? I really loved that it was a no-holds' barred beatdown. Sun-Jae did NOT let go and I love that he went after Jung Ho Young with so much determination. At first, I was like, why is he being so determined. Then I realised, he thinks Jung Ho Young killed his mom. Of course he's going to go after him like a man demented!

Poor Jae-yi. It was so soul-crushing to see her breakdown and confess that she was not alright. It was a very humanizing moment as well, but I wish it had not come to her at such great cost.

Poor Kwang-Ho. This future is all of his worst fears coming through. No Yeon-Sook, and a child he couldn't be there for. Every time he cries, my heart twists.

Um, I'm ready for somebody to catch this Dr. Mok and give him a taste of his own medicine and pass judgement on him. Does he think women owe him something? If that is the reasoning behind his killing, I would love to find a way to reach into the screen and dispense some judgement of my own.

I love that Min-Ha got everyone to shut up at the dinner! It was a cute-lighthearted moment for an episode that has been so heavy on the angst.

I felt a little sympathy for Jung Ho Young when his mom came and basically reiterated the fact that he will always be scum in her eyes. Ouch. Still, murdering people is not a good way to deal with mommy issues.

I feel like Dr. Mok manipulated Jung Ho Young into killing himself. That's the only thing I can think of.

I'm finally glad that the rest of the team is considering the fact that there might be two killers!

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Can this drama get any more intense?! I'm going to have serious withdrawal symptoms when this series is over. Honestly, OCN has been impressing me with the strings of dramas they've had since Police Unit 38, with each successive series being better than the last.

Gosh! I'm so in love with this trio. I understand why Kwang ho has to go back to the past, but I'm guessing I'm going to be mighty sad when it happens. They work so well together. Kwang ho's keen instincts and insights into past cases works well with Sungjae's knowledge of current investigative trends and Kwang ho's wariness balances out Sung jae's blind trust of that evil coroner. With Jae-yi providing an unemotional and logical analysis from a psychological point of view. I feel that they would be an unstoppable investigative team.

But my heart breaks for Kwangho - just tell her you're her dad already, man! It may not be as bad as you think. I feel that Jae yi would welcome a father figure in her life, even though he looks younger than she does at times. lol.

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Th trio does work well together, but I have a feeling now that KH knows there is a second murderer, there will be a showdown between Dr Mok and KH soon. Dr Mok has to remember KH since he was the one who hit him with a rock 30 years ago. But why hasn't he shown any signs of recognition yet? Or he knows, but he's taking his time?

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Finally, Kwang-ho knows that there is ANOTHER murderer. I have been waiting for this realization, being frustrated.

What I love about this episode is the development of Jae-yi's character and, of course, Sun-jae not caring/keeps forgetting that his partner Kwang-ho is the father of the woman he kinda likes likes. Do you see how he sit in Jae-yi's house (He even sat that way before Jae-yi's identity was revealed)?! It must be his instinct, hahhaha. Also, it seems like he is trying to make Kwang-ho jealous by getting her attention, lmao. Or it could be that he is trying to win brownie points as son-in-law.

Onto Jae-yi, she always had a wall around her, saying she is okay and all. Even after the incident. However, even such strong-willed person could break down after such an experience (how terrible must it be to be reliving that moment!), and I am glad that she said she isn't okay and Sun-jae is there for her, if not Kwang-ho as the father. At least, Kwang-ho could watch over them two.<3

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This episode was great too. I loved the comparison between Jae-Yi and Sung-Jae as a broken robot and an injured animal who were in love. Jae Yi definitely took a beating this episode, but Sung-Jae was always there for her. I also loved the fighting scene which seemed more realistic. Kwang-Ho certainly did not disappear, but his role was not as important as Sung-Jae this time around. The reveal also wasn't as shocking since the we already knew but for the emotional gears to kick in for Kwang-Ho was still impactful

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"Playing god and passing judgement on women he deems immoral is just so old, and I was more angry than is healthy at this fictional man and his “moral cleansing” which applies only and exclusively to women, like he never came across an unvirtuous man in his whole executioner career."

Right?! Like you just know that the only reason Dr.Mok considers them less than pure is because they have the audacity to be out alone after dark. How dare they!! Ugh, can't wait for him get what's coming to him.

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I kind of did think Ho-young is suicidal after his mother's words--he just too cowardly to do it himself, so he tried making Sun Jae kill him. To me, THAT'S what that confession was about. It's too calculated to truly take his mother's words to heart with the status of limitation. It's not the confession that would put him behind bars for good, but it IS the confession that just may make a police officer--the same one who nearly killed him a couple of days ago--kill him. This way, he still takes someone down with him. And without Kwang Ho and the idea Ho-young is NOT the one who did it, Sun Jae doesn't react the way Ho-young wanted. This is why Ho-young keeps yelling at Sun Jae that he killed his mother (in my interpretation).
But Dr. Mok must have told him something to make him do the deed himself.

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Ohhh, that's what it was. I think you're right - I kept wondering why they kept doing that close-up of Sun-jae's arm against JHY's neck, and the way his gaze kept darting down. I was so tired last night, I just couldn't figure out why he reversed his testimony. This makes total sense.

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This show is getting more and more intense every week. Please keep up the momentum! So sad we will have to wait 2 weeks for new episodes.

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I felt so much for Jae-yi in this episode, poor baby, and the way she opens up and is so honest to Sun-jae it warms my heart, Their pain is different (although both lost their mothers) but he really understands her and like Saya said they're like two broken people taking tiny steps towards each other and it's beautiful to see.

It's a pity that Kwang Ho can't tell Jae-yi that he's her father, he blames himself for not being there for her (and his wife) even though we all know it wasn't his fault and he thinks all he can do is catching the bad guy and turns things to how they were.
Honestly i don't think Kwang Ho is being outshined by Sun-jae, they're a team and the writer, in my point of view, doesn't focus only in one character so it's nice to see everyone having their moment to "shine".

Thanks for the recap.

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Was it ever shown who pranked and pressed the doorbell at Jae Yi's house? (When Kwang Ho brought her dumplings)

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They never explained it. At first I thought it must be Jung. But then they showed how Jung only knew about Jae-yi because he followed Sun-jae to her house. And it's not Dr. Mok either since he only recently took note of her. Maybe it really was just a prank?? Or maybe we have another 'player' we have yet to meet.

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After seeing 3,874 Korean cop shows, I am convinced that the only reason they carry guns is so that the bad guy can knock out of their hand and/or take it away from them.

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"I feel like I’m watching a broken robot and an injured animal take tiny steps towards each other while a guard dog nips at both of them"

HA! Well said, well said!

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So what was Jae-yi thinking? Was she trying to be the next victim to stop the killer? She had no backup and it wasn't like she was trained in martial arts. This didn't make any sense.

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Yes! What was that look she gave Kwang-ho? Does she think he looks familiar? could it be that she knew him in the past?

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I know Choi Jin Hyuk really does a great job here because he reminds me of my dad, nags a lot but I know that's his way to show me he cares.

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I've got goosebumps when Park Kwang Ho told Jung Ho Young what Jung Ho Young told him 30 years ago.

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It's funny how no one commented on Jae Yi's wound not properly cleaned or treated at the hospital. She just woke up with blood still on her face and lips. Like, helloooo.. She was in a hospital but nobody disinfected that. Ha. Finally got this out of my system. I honestly cannot finish this episode because of how frustrated I am from the lack of attention to such details, added also that when Kwang ho saw the whistle on her, I thought, why would you ask her that while she just got almost killed? He should have just carried her something to get some help, no? It was hard for me to finish the entire episode just because I kept thinking of those minor details that left a huge bad impression on me. ???

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Hugs to all of them.
That moment when KwangHo found out who JaeYi is...*cries all over myself again* not really sure how I want this show to end. I want it to be happy for KwangHo, Yeon Sook and little YeonHo but if there are options I want the less angtsy kind.
Now for Dr. Mok, he is just begging to be caught at this point. That last scene visiting JHY at prison was foolish and quite conceited of him to think he can get away with it. Team Good Guys will get him for sure.
I really like how protective of JaeYi, KwangHo is being. Its like the first time when KH discovered that SJ is that motherless little boy. Its just in his nature to be concerned for the people around him. It doubly makes it a tragedy that his wife and daughter was robbed of that when he went missing.
I too can watch KH thwart SJ advances toward JY like any good father would.

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I think JaeYi alresdy has suspicions on Dr Mok. She is too observant not to have caught on anything. And she wouldnt make an effort to visit Dr Mok for consultation only, twice. The jig is up for the wily doctor.

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