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Tunnel: Episode 14

It’s going to take an entire team to bring down a killer who’s managed to go undetected for over thirty years. Kwang-ho has traveled through time for that very reason, and now that he’s surrounded by people who share his determination, he’s closer to his goal than ever before. Unfortunately, the monster they’re after poses a serious threat to all who try to stop him.

 
EPISODE 14 RECAP

Kwang-ho chases the young Mok Jin-woo through the tunnel, and a familiar shimmer appears around them. After Jin-woo exits the tunnel, there is a jolt as vines drop in front of the opening, and Kwang-ho runs out to discover that he’s returned to the future.

Dr. Mok tosses a baseball in the air as he reads Jae-yi’s biography on his computer, since he’s figured out that she’s Kwang-ho’s daughter. Suddenly he stops, and the ball drops from his hand as Dr. Mok experiences a new memory — his pursuit by Kwang-ho in the tunnel thirty years earlier.

Yeon-sook looks down her street as she remembers Kwang-ho’s promise that he wouldn’t be late. In the future, Kwang-ho is heartbroken that he left Yeon-sook alone in the past once again.

Kwang-ho runs back through the tunnel and recalls Yeon-sook’s fears and his reassurance that he’d be back. He weeps in frustration because his pursuit of Jin-woo has separated him from Yeon-sook yet again.

Meanwhile, Sun-jae drives alone in his car, lost in thought after his meeting with the NFS forensics doctor who explained that only the killer could know how many times a victim was strangled. Sun-jae thinks back to Dr. Mok’s explanation that Ho-young strangled Lee Seo-yeon repeatedly and realizes that it was a lie.

Sun-jae stops at an isolated spot along the river while the reality that Dr. Mok is the killer hits him. He whimpers in agony as he recalls his history with his friend before dropping to his knees and punching the ground in anger.

At home, Jae-yi’s review of the dot murder cases is interrupted by her doorbell, and she finds Sun-jae on her doorstep, his face blank and his hand bloody. Inside, Jae-yi bandages Sun-jae’s hand while he admits how miserable he is to know that Dr. Mok was watching him all along. Jae-yi comforts him with a reminder that Dr. Mok has managed to avoid capture for over thirty years.

Sun-jae explains that his mind went blank, and he ended up at her place because he didn’t know where else to go. He wonders if Kwang-ho figured out that Dr. Mok was the killer before he returned to the past.

Kwang-ho sits alone in the tunnel and makes the connection that his time jumps occur whenever he’s there at the same time as Mok Jin-woo. He also remembers that he left the incriminating fountain pen in the past. Worried that no one else is aware that Dr. Mok is the killer, Kwang-ho pulls himself together and runs out of the tunnel.

Dr. Mok stops his car in front of Kwang-ho’s apartment and realizes that it’s just above Jae-yi’s. Kwang-ho’s unexpected return to the station shocks Sung-shik, who can barely process his explanation that he was summoned to the tunnel by the killer but returned to the past before he could catch him, and that he returned to the future when he failed to catch the killer in the past.

Sung-shik can’t believe that Kwang-ho left Yeon-sook again after he tried so hard to return to her. Sung-shik calls Sun-jae with the news that his partner has returned, and Jae-yi insists on accompanying him back to the station.

Before they arrive, Sung-shik tries to tell Kwang-ho that Jae-yi knows that he’s her father, but Sun-jae walks in and asks his partner, “Kwang-ho, what happened? I was so worried!” (Aww.)

Jae-yi nervously approaches the doorway, and Kwang-ho is surprised to see her. Her eyes well with tears as she takes in his appearance, and Sun-jae explains that she knows everything. Kwang-ho looks at Jae-yi and calls her “Yeon-ho” as he walks over to her.

Father and daughter face one another tearfully as Jae-yi confesses, “I thought I had no one.” Overcome by emotion, Jae-yi begins to sob, and Kwang-ho embraces her.

Yeon-sook sits on the stairs in front of her house and cries as she realizes that Kwang-ho has returned to the future. She puts on a brave smile as she looks at the whistle that hangs from her neck and promises Kwang-ho, “I believe in you, and I’ll wait for you.”

Jae-yi holds that same whistle and admits that she has many questions for Kwang-ho, who also has much that he wants to say. Jae-yi asks Kwang-ho how he came back, but he can only sigh heavily. Meanwhile, Dr. Mok smokes a cigarette outside of his house, certain that Kwang-ho is gone and that he can return to his daily life.

Back at the station, Kwang-ho argues with Jae-yi about her involvement in the investigation, even when she points out that it could help him return to the past. Sun-jae and Sung-shik enter the room, and Kwang-ho laments Jae-yi’s stubbornness and wonders who’s she takes after, but an exasperated Sung-shik blusters that of course she takes after her father.

Sun-jae supports Jae-yi’s continued participation, but Kwang-ho thinks that will change when they find out who the culprit is, only to be surprised to discover that they already know. The four investigators sit together, and Kwang-ho informs the others that the fountain pen that Dr. Mok used to mark his victims was left behind in the past. He explains that it was inscribed with the name “Noel,” and Jae-yi is sure that it was meaningful to Dr. Mok because it contained the DNA of his victims and guesses that he must be anxious that it’s missing.

Kwang-ho wants Dr. Mok to know that he’s returned, but Jae-yi objects and calls him “Corporal Park” out of habit. Suddenly unsure what to call him, Sung-shik softly suggests that Jae-yi call Kwang-ho, “Dad.” Sun-jae interrupts the awkward pause to inform everyone that Dr. Mok knows Kwang-ho’s secret — that he’s not the Park Kwang-ho whose identity he’s been using.

Kwang-ho proposes that they arrest Dr. Mok and try for a confession, since he may believe that they have the fountain pen as evidence. He argues that it’s better than doing nothing, especially since Dr. Mok is sure to kill again.

The detectives find Dr. Mok’s office empty and are about to leave when they hear laughter. They find their suspect sitting with some young doctors, and the friendly atmosphere causes Sun-jae to tense as he approaches Dr. Mok, but Kwang-ho holds him back. He then kicks away a table so that he can lean close to tell Dr. Mok, “We meet again… The real game begins now.” Dr. Mok assures the confused doctors that there must be some misunderstanding while Sun-jae arrests him for the murders of Yoon Da-young and Nam Joo-hee.

Dr. Mok sits alone in an interrogation room as Sung-shik, Jae-yi, Sun-jae, and Kwang-ho decide how to proceed. Sun-jae is intent on questioning Dr. Mok, determined to hear for himself what he has to say. A peek at a background report shows that Dr. Mok was admitted as a pharmacy student to Sunhwa University in 1987.

Sun-jae places photos of Yoon Da-young and Nam Joo-hee on the table and asks Dr. Mok if he admits that he killed them. Smiling pleasantly, Dr. Mok deflects the question with one of his own, “Do you actually believe that I’m the culprit, Lieutenant Kim?” Dr. Mok chuckles amusedly as he answers, “I do not admit it.”

Kwang-ho changes gears and asks Dr. Mok if he chose “Noel” for his baptismal name because of his Christmas birthday, the name inscribed on his fountain pen. He slides photos of the murder victims from thirty years ago across the table and details how Dr. Mok used that pen to leave dots on their bodies.

Dr. Mok pretends that he knows nothing, so Kwang-ho bluffs that they can test the pen for DNA. Unruffled, Dr. Mok tells them to do as they wish before he calmly closes his eyes.

Later, Jae-yi explains to the others, “He’s probably trying to figure out whether the evidence is in our hands or not.” Since Dr. Mok can only be held for forty-eight hours, Kwang-ho proposes a look at his house, even though they have no warrant.

Before he leaves, Kwang-ho addresses Jae-yi as Yeon-ho and tells her to go home, worried that he could never face Yeon-sook if something happened to her. Jae-yi decides to research Dr. Mok to find a vulnerability, and Kwang-ho notes again that she’s stubborn but smiles affectionately when Sung-shik remarks that she takes after him.

Kwang-ho and Sun-jae enter Dr. Mok’s house, and Kwang-ho is surprised to find the living room empty. He wonders how Dr. Mok can live like that, but Sun-jae observes that he’s not normal.

They find nothing in the mostly empty house, but they hear a noise upstairs and decide to investigate. Kwang-ho discovers a wall that holds over a dozen funeral portraits, and Sun-jae realizes that Dr. Mok never stopped killing people.

At home, Jae-yi studies Dr. Mok’s file and notes the years that his mother and grandmother died (1985 and 1987), sure that something in his past explains his motive for murder. In spite of the late hour, she tries to call Kwang-ho, who’s listed in her phone as Corporal Park, but remembers that he lost his phone. A bit later, Dr. Mok sits cross-legged in his cell, his face placid and unreadable.

The next morning, detectives Tae-hee and Min-ha join the team as Dr. Mok sits alone in an interrogation room. They want to know not only how Dr. Mok became a suspect, but where Kwang-ho disappeared to.

Sung-shik appeals to Kwang-ho for permission to tell them the truth: “Sir, you know that they’re trustworthy.” Tae-hee and Min-ha are confused when Sung-shik addresses Kwang-ho politely, and they react in disbelief when they are finally told the truth. Sung-shik provides his old photo as proof that Kwang-ho is from the past, and Sun-jae volunteers that Kwang-ho was the detective in charge of his mother’s murder case over thirty years ago.

Tae-hee and Min-ha struggle to find a proper way to address their former maknae, but Sung-shik interrupts with more news: Jae-yi is Kwang-ho’s daughter. Min-ha erupts in nervous laughter, and the two turn to one another for support just as Jae-yi enters with coffee and sandwiches.

Happy to see her, Sun-jae jumps up, but Kwang-ho pushes him back into his chair. As Kwang-ho sweetly checks that Jae-yi has eaten breakfast, Sun-jae reaches for coffee, only to return it when he notices Kwang-ho glaring at him. Min-ha admits that Kwang-ho and Jae-yi suddenly seem like father and daughter.

Tae-hee has one question: What happened to the other Park Kwang-ho? He’s surprised to learn that Dr. Mok killed him too, and Sung-shik lists the many victims of Dr. Mok while warning the team that the man is dangerous.

Kwang-ho and Sun-jae interrogate Dr. Mok again. Sun-jae asks why he killed them, only to be cautioned, “If you want the right answer, you must ask the right question.” Dr. Mok asks Kwang-ho about the DNA results on the pen and is assured that results are expected soon.

Sun-jae mentions Jung Ho-young, and Dr. Mok recalls that he helped save Jae-yi’s life when Ho-young attacked her. Kwang-ho bristles when Dr. Mok says her name and reminds him that he knows who he is. Dr. Mok wants Sun-jae’s promised explanation about Kwang-ho’s real identity, and he clearly enjoys watching the detectives squirm. Sung-shik, Tae-hee, and Min-ha observe the interview, and Sung-shik calls Dr. Mok a monster.

Jae-yi shows an older woman a picture of a young Dr. Mok Jin-woo, and she remembers him well. Jae-yi learns that he was sent to live with his grandmother when he was eleven or twelve so that his mother could go to work.

The old woman explains that Jin-woo’s mother brought lots of presents whenever she visited, and once, she gave the old woman a pair of stockings even though they were very expensive. Jin-woo’s mother reportedly did laundry for prostitutes, but no one believed her story.

The woman describes Jin-woo as a fine young man who got good grades in school — but after his grandmother’s funeral, the woman says she never saw him again. Jae-yi discovers that Jin-woo’s mother was an alcoholic and wonders if her death is what triggered him to kill.

At the station, the team worries that Kwang-ho’s false identity will be revealed, which is when the section chief storms in to berate the team for Dr. Mok’s arrest before ordering him to be released. When the team hesitates, the section chief declares that he’ll release Dr. Mok, but Kwang-ho bellows, “No, you can’t do that!” The section chief demands to see evidence, but the team falls silent.

The section chief accompanies Dr. Mok out of the station and offers his apologies. Dr. Mok brings up Kwang-ho to the section chief, who then explains to a nervous Sung-shik that Dr. Mok blamed his arrest on Kwang-ho’s overeagerness and asked the section chief to let it go. Dr. Mok walks away and smiles at the fact that Kwang-ho has no evidence on him.

Sung-shik sends Kwang-ho and Sun-jae home to rest so that they can follow Dr. Mok that night while Tae-hee and Min-ha keep an eye on him until then. Sun-jae offers Kwang-ho a ride home, only for Kwang-ho to say, “I told you, I don’t approve of you.” While Sun-jae drives, Kwang-ho checks his phone and is not happy when he sees all of the calls to Jae-yi, so he deletes her contact information from the phone. (Ha! So petty.)

Sun-jae pulls up just after Jae-yi gets home. Kwang-ho jumps into Jae-yi’s car with the explanation that he has something to take care of and locks the doors, which means that Sun-jae gets left behind as Jae-yi drives off with Kwang-ho. (Dad’s got some crazy skills.)

Kwang-ho and Jae-yi end up at Yeon-sook’s favorite dumpling restaurant. Jae-yi remembers that she she ate there with her mother, so Kwang-ho asks if they ever went on a cruise together. Jae-yi remembers that they did, and that Yeon-sook bought an extra ticket for him.

When Jae-yi asks about her mother, Kwang-ho tells her that Yeon-sook was kind and must have loved her dearly. When the food arrives, Kwang-ho mixes Jae-yi’s noodles and declares her to be too thin in a fatherly way as she looks on happily.

Kwang-ho wishes that Jae-yi wouldn’t pursue such dangerous work as he looks at the hand that she cut when she grabbed the knife and gasps at her scar. He can’t even finish his sentence when he recalls that Ho-young strangled her, and he tells Jae-yi that he’ll die if something happens to her.

Kwang-ho gets to the most important point: He disapproves of Sun-jae and wants her to forget that he told her to date him. Jae-yi smiles to herself as Kwang-ho clucks over her taste in men, but it fades when he explains that he has so much to tell her before he returns to her mother.

It’s Jae-yi’s turn to show concern when she asks Kwang-ho to be careful on his stakeout. She pulls out a new phone for Kwang-ho, and as if on cue, it vibrates with a call from Sun-jae.

When Kwang-ho and Sun-jae relieve Tae-hee and Min-ha, the pair can’t decide how to address Kwang-ho. As Kwang-ho looks at them imposingly, Tae-hee bravely declares, “To me, he’ll be ‘Kiddo’ forever,” but Min-ha follows Sung-shik’s example and calls him “Sir.”

Dr. Mok is still in his office, which leads Kwang-ho to think that something’s wrong. He and Sun-jae go inside to find another doctor in the office and learn that Dr. Mok left for the day, even though his car remains parked outside. Sun-jae calls to inform Sung-shik and asks that he track Dr. Mok’s phone as the pair leaves to check on his house.

A young teacher walks near her home to talk with her boyfriend on the phone, but is suddenly grabbed from behind by Dr. Mok. He smiles hugely while he strangles her with a pair of stockings.

The next morning, Kwang-ho joins the rest of the team at the latest crime scene. Sung-shik regrets that he didn’t keep Dr. Mok in custody and apologizes to the victim while Sun-jae observes that there are no dots. Kwang-ho shakes with anger as he says that it’s because the pen is missing. He runs off, and Sun-jae follows him to Dr. Mok’s office, where they find the doctor calmly sipping tea.

Kwang-ho grabs Dr. Mok and demands to know where he was the previous night. When Dr. Mok attributes Kwang-ho’s foul mood to the murder of another woman, Kwang-ho punches him in the mouth. After Dr. Mok laughs, Kwang-ho chokes him and tells him to die as Sun-jae stands idly by, stopped only when security pulls him away.

Sun-jae’s hand twitches as he asks Dr. Mok, “Don’t you have anything to say to me?” But he’s only asked, “What more do I have to say to you?” He wants to know if Dr. Mok knew about him from the beginning, but the doctor invites him to produce evidence if he thinks him guilty. As Sun-jae turns to leave, Dr. Mok tosses him a chess piece and explains that the game isn’t over until he catches the king.

In her office, Jae-yi reads about the latest murder before her lecture, during which she speaks about killers who blend in and seem normal. When a student drops his pen, Jae-yi picks it up and remembers a fountain pen that she held as a young girl inscribed with the name “Noel.” She runs out of the lecture hall to call Kwang-ho, who meets her on campus.

Jae-yi tells him that she found a fountain pen in her mother’s drawer, but Yeon-sook explained that she promised to keep it safe for Jae-yi’s dad. Yeon-sook suggested that they hide it together, and Jae-yi remembers that the pen was inscribed with the name “Noel,” but she can’t remember where they hid it.

Kwang-ho is confident that Jae-yi will remember eventually, but he promises to catch Dr. Mok even if she doesn’t. He leaves when he gets a call from Sun-jae and returns to the station, where he learns that the autopsy on the teacher yielded no evidence. Kwang-ho suggests to Sun-jae that they may still be able to get the evidence that they need.

Dean Hong delivers a photo album to Jae-yi and suggests that she move back into her old room. Once she’s alone, Jae-yi looks through the album, and her memory is triggered by a photo of her as a young girl holding a red bear, which was the hiding place that she and her mother chose for the pen.

Jae-yi gets into her car as she calls Kwang-ho to tell him that she remembers where the pen is hidden and promises to meet him at the station. Dr. Mok opens her car door and leans in to ask, “Where… is the pen?” We see that Dr. Mok placed a transmitter inside the chess piece before he tossed it to Sun-jae and was able to listen in on the investigation, so he heard Kwang-ho confide that Jae-yi might know where the pen is hidden to Sun-jae. In the present, Dr. Mok gives Jae-yi a huge smile.

It’s dark as Kwang-ho waits outside the police station. Worried, he takes a taxi to Jae-yi’s office and learns that she left long ago. He calls her phone as he walks to her car, only to find it on the ground. As Kwang-ho stands frozen, his call rings on Jae-yi’s phone as “Dad” while his phone shows his call to “My Daughter.”

When Kwang-ho realizes that Dr. Mok has taken Jae-yi, he screams out, “Yeon-ho!”

 
COMMENTS

Kwang-ho never expected to return to the future, but now that he has, he’s proving to Jae-yi that he’s a typical father as he worries about her each and every day even though she’s a grown adult. Jae-yi has transformed from an emotionally distant professional to a young woman who thrives under a father’s (mostly) tender concern. Armed with the knowledge that she was loved and cherished by her mother and now her father, Jae-yi has blossomed into a caring young woman. The father-daughter moments between Jae-yi and Kwang-ho don’t seem to be marred by the fact that they are pretty much the same age — rather, their interactions are natural, due in part to great performances by Choi Jin-hyuk and Lee Yoo-young.

As sweet as it is to see Kwang-ho and Jae-yi explore their relationship, it was devastating to witness Sun-jae’s realization that his friend and mentor was his mother’s killer and the man who he’s been searching for for years. Of course, the one person in the world who could help Sun-jae navigate the betrayal was Jae-yi, who is now able to offer him comfort and support. Their relationship has deepened into one of affection and respect, and I’m really pleased that the romance factor hasn’t been more pronounced. Sun-jae and Jae-yi are two very injured souls who have managed to help each other heal, and the slow advancement of their relationship feels just right. What I feel conflicted about, however, is Kwang-ho’s rejection of Sun-jae as a suitor for his daughter.

Sun-jae has landed himself in the middle of the strangest triangle ever, with Jae-yi on one side, and his partner/her father, Kwang-ho, on the other. Sun-jae and Kwang-ho have turned out to be a great team, but Kwang-ho seems set against Sun-jae and Jae-yi becoming anything more. In a way it makes sense, since Kwang-ho has only just found Yeon-ho, and he’s loathe to share her with anyone else since he thinks his time with her (as an adult) is precious and fleeting. Sun-jae has been uncharacteristically patient with Kwang-ho even as he continued to thwart his attempts see or speak with Jae-yi. Kwang-ho does know that as soon as he returns to the past, they will be alone to pursue their relationship, doesn’t he? Unless, of course, Kwang-ho’s return to the past alters the future, and somehow maybe he and Yeon-sook will both be around to make their daughter’s life more interesting. (Please, let this be so!) I’m encouraged by the fact that Dr. Mok and Jae-yi possess new memories based on Kwang-ho’s brief return to the past, so Kwang-ho’s actions do have consequences on the future.

One thing that Kwang-ho has in common with Sun-jae is the desire to catch the serial killer, and that makes Dr. Mok their common enemy. He is a formidable opponent, and now that he’s taken Jae-yi, I think that Kwang-ho may actually kill him; he already came close this episode. It’s impossible to fully understand someone who has no normal personal attachments — not to things, as evidenced by his home, or to people. The one person who may connect with him is Jae-yi, because she knows what it’s like to grow up without parents. I can’t wait to see what she uncovers as she analyzes Dr. Mok in the final episodes. No matter how Kwang-ho feels about her line of work, Jae-yi will be be vital in stopping Dr. Mok once and for all.

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ACK! That ending!
The cliffhangers in this show have been giving me heart attacks.

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ikr... that doctor sure is out of his mind.... oh Jea-yi .... sad

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I know right! They have been very good at creating the cliffhangers these few episodes. I can't wait for the next episode!

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Okay, I have to say. This is a good show. Great show!
I started only this Monday and am all caught up by being absolutely unproductive at work this week,lol.

I may have glossed over many mistakes or flaws because I binge watched it, but I felt this show never beat around the bush. Most times, I get really frustrated with characters for being so blind but this show has played its hand very well.

And I love the fact that no one is stupid. Neither our good guys or our master villain. He is always one step ahead.

Except the fact that Jae Yi just decided to do suicide by letting a psycho kill her like that! :-/

Sorry I know it didn't happen in this episode, but I am so mad about it that I have to say it out.

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That particular scene of Jae-yi being foolish was the one that got most contradictory comments in Tunnel. Some beanies explained it quite well in recap for eps 10 about why Jae-yi felt compelled to do it. But at the same time, that act still felt out of place for her usually level headed and smart character.

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Yes! Sometimes the characters can be so blind. Dr Mok has been dropping hints everywhere that he is the killer, but no one picked up on the hints at all until KH had an epiphany. Finally, they realized Dr Mok's the serial killer, but they're still one step behind him. I never expected him to bug that chess piece, and I suppose the characters didn't either. Damn!

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am the first to comment yey. let me go read first

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Not to be rude but I think it's against DB rules to comment like this....

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Tunnel really knows how to use cliffhangers. But actually I was rather thankful for that because that moment terrified me.

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At least now we'll have a week to think about the worst possible scenario while hoping that the actual scene wouldn't be as horrible.

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I love how Tae-hee and Min-ha are now in on the secret. So glad the Scooby gang is now complete. When Min-ha burst out laughing, I had tears in my eyes from laughing SO hard with him!! LOL. I love the comedy these to let us experience.

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That was such a good moment. Especially when they learned that Jae Yi is his daughter. I was cracking up so hard because of that reaction.

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It would be a lie if I said I didn't replay this scene at 3 times! Haha, and I liked it on Instagram and watch it every time I check out the posts I've liked. You can call me crazy if you want, hehehe.

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I doubt anyone is gonna call you crazy for this. This scene is just comedy gold and both actors are comedic geniuses.

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Lol! Yea it was pure gold that scene. ?

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I was laughing even before he was cuz I knew he would bust out laughing! That whole reveal scene was hilarious!!

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I love Min-ha's hysterical laugh. It was like he didn't know whether his boss or him is the crazy one. And to think that all of them revealed that in such a matter-of-fact way. Poor our soon-to-be-maknae-again.

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I love how TH and MH are so cool with the secret. They just accepted the secret despite the incredulity of it all, and worked together with KH to capture Dr Mok. They remind me of YS, who is also very accepting of the fact that KH went to the future without mocking him for his fantastical mind. That's so cool.

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Now on this episode, I loved it.

I love the fact that its no parallel universe shit here and Kwang Ho's couple of days in past has made tiny but very important changes in future. Now this makes me wonder whether the serial killer would be caught in future or present. If he is caught in future, can Kwang Ho ever go back? I hope there is no final destination thing here where people will have to die no matter what.

As for the characters, they are the best thing about the show. All the actors are doing a great job of making us believe and buy into the emotions.
I am glad he came back to the future for the fact that Jae yi could meet her father. Just knowing the fact that she was and is loved has made such a difference to her. There is this aura around her all of a sudden and its not dark or twister anymore. Its sunny and bright!

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Jae Yi finally giving into her emotions and her knowledge that there is somebody who really cares for her and who would be devastated if something were to happen to her, is the one reason why I am going to forgive Kwang Ho for running into that tunnel again. (And of course because of the friendship with his team mates. When Sun Jae said that he was worried about him I melted a little).

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I wonder the same, if he goes to the past he has two witnesses can prove he's the killer Young Ja and the copycat killer (forgot his name), but in the future there's no evidence, so I think it's more likely he might catch him in the past.

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I doubt the copycat killer can offer much help. We have seen the murder from his perspective, and it seemed he didn't catch a glimpse of the killer, only the deed. Only Young-ja can testify against the young Dr Mok.

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I knew that something was going to go wrong the moment Jae-Yi said she knew where the pen was. I am genuinely terrified for her. Let's say Dr Mok doesn't kill her (because I refuse to think that Jae-yi will be murdered by Dr Mok...it's not gonna happen...LALALA), but she is going to be truly traumatised because this is the second time something like this is happening to her! Imagine the nightmares she will have if she were to survive this. Poor soul...I hope Kwang-ho and Sun jae will rescue her ASAP!

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Me too! I hope KH and SJ will rescue her quickly. However, I don't think Dr Mok will offer an experience as traumatizing as Jung. Jung is a very messy killer, but not Dr Mok. Remember he kills his victims with one stranglehold, not multiple like Jung.

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Thanks for a quick recap Teriyaki! My favourite scene in this episode is Tae-hee and Min-Ha reaction when Sung-shik told who Kwang-ho is and that Jae-yi is Kwang-ho's daughter!

It's understandable Kwang-ho's rejection to Sun-Jae. But I don't think it will permanent.

I'll have so many questions for the following two last episodes. Where are they going to catch Dr. Mok? Is it in the past or in the future? When he makes it back to the past, what will happen with his memories. Will he remember what happens in the future? The, what will happen to 30 years later? Will Sun-jae be still a detective? Will all three victims in the future will be saved from being murdered?

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Seriously, that's my favorite scene too!! I laughed a ton. Tae-hee and Min-Ha are probably the most fantastic supporting characters I've seen in a while. How much do I love that they're in on Kwang-Ho being from the past? (So so much.)

I'm also wondering what will happen with both timelines, and a little worried about things getting erased entirely in the modern timeline if Kwang-Ho goes back, as that almost feels like we're getting cheated (at least I would feel that way, even if it's a happy ending).

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I hope they catch Dr Mok in the future, and not the past. So many things would change if Dr Mok is captured in the past, but less things would change if he is captured in the present. I am wondering if the DNA on the pen can survive 30 years and still be valid for testing and as evidence because that is the only thing that is nailing Dr Mok right now.

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I think the story would be more interesting if Mok was caught in 86, a few people are saved from being murdered, and we see the main characters lives developing in new and happier ways

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i think tunnel will air until the end of May. so there will be 18 episodes. because duel who will replace tunnel will air on 3rd of June. most likely, 18 episodes (hooooorayyy!)

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This episode was soooo good. The bonding moments between Kwang Ho and Yeon Ho were so lovely. The moment he realized that she knew, was so touching and lovely. Kwang Ho in dad mode is hilarious! So many fun moments. Him warning Yeon Ho not to date Sun Jae was priceless. But the best part was, that she really enjoyed his nagging and worry. That little half smile on her usual stoic face, when he forbade her to date him, was so wonderful to see.
And now the whole team knows the truth, which is just great. The way they tried to figure out what to call him was hysterical.
This show is so good with these comedic moments, but they are great in terrifying their viewers too. I learned to never watch an episode with my lights turned off. Even though one could see that kidnapping coming, it was still just soooo terrifying. I really hope Hannibal Lecter does not kill Yeon Ho, but if he does I wish that it can all be undone when Kwang Ho goes back to the past and arrests him so that it never comes to pass. Ugh just so many feels.

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Kwang-ho and Jae-yi's bonding moment was the best. I love to see how amused she was with the whole Daddy-boyfriend hijinks. She really enjoyed Kwang-ho's endless nag, and didn't feel any need to come to Sun-jae's rescue. It's cute how both men clamored for her attention.

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Everything about KH and JY interaction is pure gold! I love how JY seemed amused when KH nagged at her, and how KH was in daddy mode about SJ dating his daughter. Some things just never change. JY has more expressions now, and seem to enjoy her interactions with her father. She also seems lighter and less gloomy now.

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About Kwang Ho's rejection of Sun Jae as Jae Yi's suitor, I too feel a tad uncomfortable watching him shut out Sun Jae. However, there might be the reasons why Kwang Ho is acting this way:
1. KH has just reunited with his daughter. He literally skipped all her growing up years and perhaps this made me overly protective. It's like he still sees Jae Yi/Yeon Ho as a child.
2. KH may not like his daughter dating and potentially marrying a cop. He's already asking her to give up her work and do something safe. After the agony that he put Yeon Sook through, he probably didn't want his daughter to suffer like her mother, that is marry a cop whose work always bring him close to danger.
3. KH is a man of his times and he is playing the part of an old fashioned, ultra strict father.

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Yea, I felt that way too. Poor Sun jae! Especially that car scene where Kwang-ho literally left him on the streets because he didn't want him to talk with Jae-yi. Don't be rude, Kwango-ho! We know you like Sun-jae! And who better to accept as son-in-law than Sun jae, because at least Kwang-ho knows him. It would be way different if Jae-yi brought in a random stranger. Then, Kwang ho's reactions would be understandable.
But, yea I like your point no. 3. It was how he was brought up and how society at the time was. So I guess his reactions aren't out of any hostility toward Sun jae...

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I don't think that was out of hostility too. And I definitely feel better knowing that Sun-jae seems to instinctively know that Kwang-ho was just being his natural overprotective dad mode. In the end of the day, I'm sure Kwang-ho also know that no one is better and more sincere than Sun-jae if it's about Jae-yi.

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Yea. We'll just have to wait for them to let it all out. I can't wait for that to happen!

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I also think KH didn't reject SJ as a potential son in law because of hostility. I love how SJ was so hesitant to take the coffee because KH was there, but took it anyway, only to return it later. That was so cute. I replayed that scene several times. Haha. SJ, ah, SJ!

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That ending left me frustrated, angry, and excited all at the same time. And this eps is a roller coaster of emotion at its finest. Thankfully, there are enough Dad-daughter-boyfriend hijinks and Duo Tae-Min's priceless reaction at Kwang-ho's true identity revelation to lighten up the mood. (I could never get enough of Kwang-ho being petty dad and Tae-hee's stubborn refusal to use jondaemal.)

I'm relieved that Kwang-ho's short visit to the past has a positive consequence. Yeon-sook was much happier now, knowing her husband live in another time with their daughter while waiting for him faithfully. Even if he could never come back (which I hope I'm wrong), that piece of knowledge would give her peace.

I've said in previous recap before that I'll take vicious Sun-jae anytime if the time come for him to recognize Mok's true identity. And it was really hard to see him trembled with warring emotions and painful betrayal at Mok's office, asking the doctor if he has anything to say to him. When he realized how his longest friendship turned to be a big fat lie, I want to hug him and wrap him in a bubble to prevent him from being hurt. I want to tell him that everything is going to be okay, and that not all friendship will stab him that painfully.

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Yea, I really felt for Sun-jae in this episode. On one side, he has Kwang-ho trying to shut him out of his daughter's life...who's actually the only one able to comfort Sun-jae. On the other side, he has Dr Mok who he believed was his friend and mentor, turn out to be the killer of his mother. It's hard to see him getting hurt by whom he believed was his closest ally. I agree, let's all give him a big group hug!! :D

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You are right about that observation about YS. She will be much happier now whether KH returns to her or not. Of course, if he returns, she would be the happiest, but even if he doesn't, the knowledge that he is with their daughter will still warm her heart.

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Yeah. Sun-jae really needs some tlc after finding out the truth about Dr Mok.

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Thank you TeriYaki for the recap!

If I thought the reunion scene between Yeon-sook and Kwang-ho was heartbreakingly beautiful, the reunion of Kwang-ho and Jae-yi just killed me, it got me so bad and I couldn't not cry with them! I loved all the sweet father-daughter moments, he's so protective of her and I think he sees her as his little girl even though they're almost the same age! Him giving Sun-jae the death-glare was so funny! Kwang-ho can keep rejecting Sun-jae now but we all know that he loves him and I think when he finally gets to go back, he'll ask Sun-jae to take care of Jae-yi, even if that's going to change once he returns to the past!

I felt sad for Yeon-sook being left alone again but I love how she believes in him and knows that he'll be back because he promised to. I'm so thankful that she thought of Keeping the pen safe and hidden even when Kwang-ho wasn't around!

I liked how the little time he spent in the past had consequences! I got goosebumps when Dr. Mok remembered meeting Kwang-ho in the past and again when Jae-yi remembered the pen, I liked that their memories changed because of that!

And my heart broke for Sun-jae, he was so angry with himself because Dr. Mok has always been in front of his eyes, as his mentor, as his friend, I want to know if Dr. Mok approached him knowing he was Seo Yi-soo's son or was it just a coincidence!

Now that Dr. Mok has Jae-yi, Kwang-ho's going to go crazy, I don't know what he's going to do and the rest of the team especially that they all know she's his daughter!

The names in their phones, Aww!

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I don't think Dr Mok approached SJ, with the knowledge he was Seo Yi Soo's son. Remember how surprised he was when he found out that SJ's mom was murdered by a serial killer thirty years ago? I believe he approached him with neutral intentions.

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This episode has full of heart-breaking scenarios esp...
*When Sun-Jae finally realized that the one whom he trusted and respected for many years was actually the one who murdered her mother.
*When Kwang-Ho and Jae-Yi reunited while Yeon-Seok was all alone in the past, waiting and crying yet she still believes that KH will get back to her once he catch the criminal whenever it may take.
On the lighter side..
*Min-Ha/Tae-Hee tandem saves a few of my tissue with their outrageous reactions after finding out about Kwang-Ho's true identity. It also made me smile for being an over-protective father KH is to Jae-Yi and those cute gestures of Sun-Jae when JY brought breakfast.
*And how about when Sung-Sik blurted out that who else does Jae-Yi's would have got her attitude..of course she's taking after her father's stubborness. AAwww!! so true.

.....and the epi ending tho..I wanted to kills that monster Mok Jin-Woo myself..GGggrrr!!

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After today's episode, I am starting to wonder Kwang Ho's fate.

Logically speaking, in my opinion Kwang Ho does not belong to the past nor the future anymore, because he affects both timelines, so if he goes back to the past and growing old with Yoon Seok and Yeon Ho, it means the present Jae Yi will vanish (as she grew up without her parents). It would be inconsistent in terms of plot development which the writer showed that the time is still moving forward even when Kwang Ho got transported to the present where he met Jae Yi that got adopted abroad. So it is gonna be interesting to see how the writer gonna write Kwang Ho's fate without changing the present Jae Yi's lives too much. Unless the writer wanna rewrite the characters lives, I honestly don't see Kwang Ho made it out alive. But I hope it won't happen that way.

p/s: Now that I think about it, I take time traveling too seriously. huhu

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It might go the Signal route in which the characters involved in the changes to the timeline have double sets of memories. Frankly I don't care for that solution but it is a common one to time traveling.

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I love the father-daughter bonding time in this episode ❤
I could watch Sun Jae & Kwang Ho fighting for Jae Yi all day ? Kwang Ho in dad mode is hilarious ?
Who else was ' awww ' when they show the name on the phone?

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Me! She couldn't call him dad yet to his face, but had programmed it into her phone. It broke my heart that cliffhanger.

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Those names in their phones are just too sweet. Pity we only see it right before the harrowing kidanpping.

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Yess!! It doubled the punch Kwang-Ho must have felt!!

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This is show is just too good. On one hand, I had a feeling Dr. Mok would eventually capture Jae Yi, but then on the other hand, I didn't know he planted a listening device to hear that very important conversation between father and daughter. Honestly, I am loving this series and the new, weird triangle between our leads. Kwang Ho is acting very fatherly as he should be with Jae Yi while Sun Jae is starting to lean on her for all of his worries. It's funny how Kwang Ho is so set on Jae Yi and Sun Jae not being in a "deeper" relationship. In this episode as a whole, I love how everyone started to know Kwang Ho's identity, so they could actually start working together as a true team to catch Dr. Mok. As for the villain, I don't think he is going to kill Jae-Yi, but he definitely has her as leverage now. I wouldn't be that surprised if Kwang Ho doesn't even let him have a peaceful life in jail after taking his daughter.

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Watching Kwang-ho and Jae-yi reunite was definitely the highlight of the episode for me. I am loving the transformation in Jae-yi. She seems so much more happier. I laughed so hard at Kwang-ho's attempts to stop Sun-jae from dating his daughter. He is being ridiculous but I get he just found out about Jae-yi so it's understandable. I think he is at the stage of parenting where 'No man is good enough for my daughter' because he does like Sun-jae and he even once said they were perfect for each other. He's just being a Dad. lol

OAN, I really want to know what possessed Sun-jae to keep that chess piece though. I would've tossed it at Mok's head!

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Yes! Why did he keep that chess piece? It's bizarre!

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That father-daughter hits you right in the heart. Kwang-ho asking who she takes after was hilarious cause it's obvious to anyone with eyes that she's just like her dad. I wonder why Kwang-ho doesn't insist that Sun-jae be more formal with him like Sung-shik or maybe he doesn't need him to be cause he already knows Sun-jae is under his thumb. The coffee-death-glare scene was great! Papa Bear isn't letting anything get past him! Everything about this episode hit all the right points for me. She couldn't call him Dad but she put it in her phone. So cute. And is that the red bear that Kwang-ho bought for baby-bump Yeon-ho? Kwang-ho save Jae-yi, capture killer, return to past, capture killer back then, too; reset history, grow old with Yeon-sook and be there to make Sun-jae's life difficult when he starts to date Yeon-ho in the future.
(I didn't interpret these as new memories for Jae-yi and Dr. Mok cause any change in the past should have made more of a difference in the future than implanting a couple more memories. I took it to mean, that Kwang-ho's momentary return was always a part of their history, they just didn't remember it since it's been so long. But I could be wrong. Either way, this show is killer and I am going to miss it so much!)

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I guess I was wrong, these are new memories for Mok (and Yeon-ho). Does that mean that even if Kwang-ho goes back to the past and things change with a new timeline, the people in the present won't forget him, but just remember two timelines? That would be interesting.
I basically have no idea how things work when it comes to time-travel. Basically at some point I'll just give up and (re) watch the show for sheer enjoyment and not to analyze the time-travel angle :D

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I don't think it's two timelines per say. It's more like new memories being created. KH has done nothing as of yet to change the past and present so drastically that there are technically two memories from different timelines existing.

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This drama just rips me apart. I want Kwang-Ho back in the past with Yeon-Sook because they are adorable together and it just breaks my heart how much they love and miss each other. But I also love Kwang-Ho in the present having father-daughter moments with Yeon-Ho/Jae-Yi and his relationships with the other cops. I'm so conflicted. I feel like however this drama will end it will be both good and sad.
Gods, I love this drama so much. I'm not ready for it to end.
Also: telling Min-Ha and Tae-Hee about Kwang-Ho was just such a brilliant scene. Love them.

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I already preparing myself for the bittersweet ending. As long as it's satisfying, I don't mind a bit of tears.

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I wish KH can go back to the past. That way, he can enjoy his time with YS and his soon to be born daughter. In the present timeline, he only has his daughter with him, though he also has SJ and the team.

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My question here is how did Dr Mok use THE PEN to place dots on his 8th victim without himself having the pen( because the pen has been kept hidden by JaeYi and Yeon Sook).. If the present changes because of changes in the past(1980s), there must have been changes on the cases too....

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I'm terrible with the body count. However, if you mean the latest victim, she didn't have any markings on her at all, cuz Dr. Mok doesn't have the pen in the present.

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No... The previous one he killed at the playground.... The one where we found that the killer was Dr. Mok.....

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I'm thinking that the pen was used by Dr. Mok throughout his killing spree 30 years ago and up to the present and then it got taken back to the past by Kwang-ho. So it's almost like there would be two versions of the pen in the past right now: the past-version-pen as Mok had it while killing as a young man, and the future-version-pen which ended up being brought back to the past by Kwang-ho. (Unless Kwang-ho bringing it back to the past is how Mok ended up with it in the first place. . . . never mind, that doesn't make sense cause young Mok has already killed 6 women and marked them so he obviously had the pen in the past before Kwang-ho's trip back, so my two-versions-of-the-pen theory is what I'm going with.) Time-travel gives me a headache.

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Time travel is indeed headache inducing. I agree with your deduction. The pen was still possessed by Dr. Mok when he killed the playground victim. Dr. Mok no longer has the pen since it was stolen and taken to the past by Kwang-ho. So theoretically, there now would be two pens in the past: the new/original pen in the hands of Dr. Mok and the old/brought-back-to-the-past pen stored in a teddy bear. In the present, it will be a race to see who can get to the teddy bear first and obtain the pen - Jae-yi don't tell him where it is!!

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The pen story is kind of an infinite loop of deduction where we cannot come to a conclusion..... The new pen according to your conclusion is the old one which was taken to the past.... Now I wonder if the pen is even in the teddy bear... It may not be... Arghhh time travel is hard for even people who just watch....

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Kwang-ho's nagging toward Jae-yi : "You're really bad at picking guys. You should have taken after your Mom when it comes to men. You should look for a reliable man like me."

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Ironically, he says in a previous episode toward Sun-jae: "Why do you have such poor taste in women? My lovely Yeon-sook is the best. . ."

Honestly though, Kwang-ho, Sun-jae is probably the most reliable of Jae-yi's possible suitors. You know him, and he respects you a great deal even haha

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Most ironically, in the beginning episode Kwang-ho encourages both for dating.

Eyyy~~ A reliable man should not taken back his own words.. LMAO

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The way Jae-Yi smiles slightly whenever Kwang-Ho goes off on his fatherly rant is soooo adorable!! I am so happy that she has found her family, which has helped her come out of her shell. Her yearning to know more about her parents was palpable last episode and that moment when they met had such a cathartic effect.. Especially that ending where they had saved each other as 'dad' and 'my daughter' in their phones. SOOO GOOD!!
Tunnel always find a moment for comic relief that doesn't feel forced or soo out of the plot.. Tae-Hee and Min-Ha are such a great pair!! Their reactions were totally in character..
I really want our team to stay ahead of the killer atleast once. Dr. Mok has such a smug, self-satisfied smile and almost has a godly complex. To kill right after being released, he is certainly reckless enough to provoke the detectives but careful enough to plan his next move. Now we know how he flew under the radar for 30 years. Also they didn't mention his older victims. Maybe they will the next episode. I am curious as to which timeline he will get caught.

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The one person who may connect with him is Jae-yi, because she knows what it’s like to grow up without parents. I can’t wait to see what she uncovers as she analyzes Dr. Mok in the final episodes.

I don't think Dr Mok's issues was just growing up without parents. From what the old woman described, his mother was likely a club hostess/prostitute. He probably hated stockings because that's what his mother bought as gifts to the neighbors, unaware that they brought more gossips than goodwill. His grandmother's cussing of her daughter didn't help.

I wonder if he targeted women wearing skirts not because of the skirt but that they wore stockings? It was never mentioned, was it?

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I think it was all of it combined. Dr. Mok was raised by his grandmother as a tween when his mom left to make money as a prostitute (who I will assume dressed in skirts). The woman said that the mom did not guard her words in front of her son nor did the grandmother stop her yelling in front of him. The woman also said she brought gifts back with her, specifically stockings. So maybe he equates prostitute with skirts and stockings. Or something along those lines.

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I think you may be right. So he judged women who stayed out late, wearing skirts and stockings as immoral. Since grandmother and mother didnt mince words even in his presence, he may have picked up the grandmother's disapproval of her daughter's choices. Now what triggered him switching from young women to elderly folks as his victims, may be triggered by his mother's death.

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Sun Jae’s breakdown was heartbreaking. He was in a such a violent rage against Jung Ho Young. Now after learning about Dr. Mok, he looked angry, but soooo drained. :(

Love that Min Ha and Tae Hee knows the truth about Kwang Ho now. Min Ha’s loud laughing outburst had me laughing with him.

It was nice seeing Jae Yi bringing the snacks and coffee to the team. I was expecting for that to be a PPL moment, but it wasn’t! Blank coffee cups! LOL

The restaurant scene with Jae Yi and Kwang Ho was adorable and touching. I like his protective fatherly actions. It definitely fits his persona. Their acting is great. Even though they are close in age, they looked natural in their father & daughter relationship.

THAT CLIFFHANGER. UGH. I wish Dr. Mok hadn’t been able to eavesdrop and gather information so easily. The moment Sun Jae caught the chess piece, I thought he would have throw it down to the floor immediately. Ugh -__- But the listening device was unexpected. I think Sun Jae was still a little fogged about Dr. Mok. They had a close friendship for 7 years. The betrayal hit him hard.

I’m worried about Jae Yi. I wonder if she is going to be killed by Dr. Mok which will hurt Kwang Ho so bad and make him even more desperate to return to the past. *OR* Kwang Ho, Sun Jae, and the rest of the team will be able to save her and arrest Dr. Mok in the present. But I think Kwang Ho catching Dr. Mok in the past will be the right way to solve this case. I hope Kwang Ho doesn’t die. :(

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The running jokes that Jae Yi takes after her father was cute and heartwarming. ^^

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Loved how Sung-shik just stated it as it was, and Kwang-ho's incredulous reactions!

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I love this show. It is very predictable, but what separates it from the rest is the emotional Punch. It hits you right in the feels in an incredibly believable manner. The funny parts are funny, and the sad parts sad. The transitions are also seamless. The acting is A+ as well, so well done to the entire Tunnel team and thanks for the recap.

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I thought they balanced the thriller and emotional aspects of the show very well. And the cliffhangers! They are also done so well.

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Amazing episode as always!
Why did Sun Jae took that chess piece to the station? lol, if that was Kwang Ho he would probably throw it out. I see that Kwang Ho rejection to Sun Jae as a boyfriend to Yeon Ho is just played for jokes, i find it hilarious anyway, and i'm sure if they decide to date/marry Kwang Ho will approve.

I'm worried for Yeon Ho, i hope she'll run away and doesn't suffer like the last time, or maybe her dad will save her again.

I can't believe next weekend will be the last two episodes O_O.

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I think it may be SunJae who will be first on the scene to save JaeYi this time around. It would be apt since KwangHo's had his moment.

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Now i can understand why this show got the ratings because the emotions that are portrayed by every character is just so real... tunnel well done my sat-Sundays were never so great miss you

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Guys I have a prediction....what if Jae Yi dies in this episode...? Isn't the premise to save his daughter....what if that's because his daughter dies in the future!! And then in a rage Kwang Ho (and maybe Seon jae) run through the tunnel to catch the criminal, and get sent back to the past??

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I have really enjoyed this show and it is a good one to tell about to others to enjoy.

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Within 10 minutes I went from laughing to crying. Sung Shik's reaction to Kwang Ho returning made me laugh then Jae Yi and Kwang Ho's tearful reunion. This drama is great, I'm gonna miss it.

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Kwang-ho opposes Sun-Jae does make sense to me. Maybe Kwang-ho realises how painful it is for Yeon-seok to have a kinda workaholic like him and he doesn't want that for his daughter. It doesn't hurt that this new development provides humour lol.

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I want the team to investigate further about the other Park Kwang-ho. If they realise Dr Mok killed him then they should also be tracking back to understand why. This would tie up with the old folk (funeral portraits available at Dr Mok's house). They might reason that Dr Mok lured him with a phone call in the same way that he lured Kwang-ho to the tunnel. If they can find PKH's phone still at the granny/neighbour's house maybe there's some more clues to uncover or they could check his call history etc.

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They may likely tackle that and tie up the 1988 PKH death to the deaths of the elderly folks. Those deaths may just be the key to finally pin something on Dr Mok.

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every time an episode end, I just scream for the next one. Thanks for the recap TeriYaki.

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I was on pins and needles when Jae Yi was trying to remember (though I had already figured out that the red teddy would be the hiding place), I was more nervous about Dr. Mok finding out and doing something to her.But even when it happened as I'd surmised creepy Mok was still creepy and I'm still scared for our 2017 Jae Yi. T_T

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I am so glad I am caught up on the episodes just in time for the new ones to roll in.
It is a strange triangle indeed. I suppose its natural for a father to feel that way. Thats his daughter and he will always feel nobody is good enough for her.
Dr Mok is sinister in using JaeYi against KH and SJ. He is also bloody smart to put that bug on that chess piece.
My main gripe with this show is how clumsy the cops are when they are handling evidences, I want to yell at them to grab gloves or something since they are contaminating the evidence. I may have watched too many CSI shows to be picky about scenes like that.

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think maybe Park Kwang Ho is going to die in present, maybe saving lives of Yeon Ho and Sun Jae, is the only solution to explain He doesn't back to the past and preserve the present as it is.

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Best. Show. Ever.

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