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While You Were Sleeping: Episodes 23-24

This episode was surprisingly moving, perhaps because the case of the week was more of a courtroom drama than an investigation drama, and the real fight began in today’s episode when it was time for the prosecutor and lawyer to face off, with nothing but their wits to guide them.

 
EPISODE 23: “Knocking on Heaven’s Door”

While Jae-chan convinces the chief prosecutor to let him order a simultaneous autopsy and organ transplant surgery for his case, the office managers spread the news around in real time. Hyang-mi wonders what Jae-chan has up his sleeve to be so confident that he can succeed with such a risky move.

Chief Choi chuckles and says that Jae-chan lives like every day is his last, not thinking of tomorrow as he jumps into the fire. He’s positive that Jae-chan is curled up on the ground somewhere, pulling his hair out.

Of course that’s exactly what Jae-chan is doing, as he slaps his lips over and over for flapping and making promises he can’t keep. Hong-joo calls to ask what choice he made, and he says in a weak voice that he made the same choice she would’ve, and ekes out that he’s confident. She doesn’t believe him and asks if he’s not pulling his hair out somewhere, and he cringes and asks if she saw this in a dream too.

But she pops up next to him in person instead. He suddenly yells, “Mouse! Mouse! [jwi]” and she falls on top of him screaming, only to have him point out drily that he meant he has a cramp [jwi] in his leg. Ha.

He explains that it feels like he just learned Hangul and is about to take the college entrance exam, or that he’s a lumbering turtle trying to catch two rabbits. She fixes his tie and tells him that he might be slow and will suffer a little, but in the end he’ll catch both rabbits, and they’ll go on their beach date.

She says she saw it in a dream, and his expression brightens immediately. He asks why she didn’t tell him sooner, and she just says she didn’t want him to be off his guard. He stops to give her a kiss on the cheek and runs back to work excitedly, and Hong-joo sighs to herself that he’s no human lie detector.

Prosecutor Sohn trudges back to her office in a daze, when Prosecutor Lee comes running up to tell her about Jae-chan signing off on the transplant surgery.

At the hospital, Jae-chan and Chief Choi wait outside with the victim’s father as the surgery begins, and Dad cries to Jae-chan that he’ll never be able to forgive the person who stole his son’s dream. Jae-chan takes his hand and promises to get a guilty ruling in court.

In the operating room, the teaching assistant is declared dead and his organs are removed for donation. His kidney goes to Prosecutor Sohn’s child, who is being operated on in the next room, and then afterwards Dad is brought in to say one final heartbreaking goodbye.

Hong-joo snaps a photo of the beach poster at her bus stop, which reads, “Heaven has one theme. The ocean.” Woo-tak swings by and offers to drive her to work, and she asks if he’s had any new dreams about Jae-chan’s case. He hasn’t, but he heard that she had a dream that he won the case.

Hong-joo admits that she lied about that, because Jae-chan was so lacking in confidence that she wanted to cheer him up. She guesses that he’ll be very upset with her when he finds out, but Woo-tak repeats what he said to her once before—that if you can fool people to the very end, it’s not a lie.

That just makes Hong-joo think of the time she saw Hak-young threatening to expose Woo-tak’s secret in her dream. She looks over at him thoughtfully and asks if he has a secret like that, but he says no.

Yoo-bum meets with his client, Professor Moon, who has the nerve to be upset at the victim for making him look like a murderer to the world. Yoo-bum points out that he is a murderer, having learned that the professor intentionally shoved the victim down the elevator shaft.

Professor Moon looks nervous and reminds Yoo-bum that he promised a not-guilty verdict, and Yoo-bum says that a manslaughter charge might’ve made things difficult, but murder is actually easier to disprove. He just wants Professor Moon to remember what sin he committed, so that he knows what he’s paying all this money for.

The sunbae prosecutors all warn Jae-chan that going after the defendant for murder is risky, and that he should consider accidental homicide instead. But Jae-chan argues that you have to charge a murderer with murder, and refuses to lessen the charge just to ensure a win in court. The others wonder what he’s trusting in to act so bold and reckless. Aieee, I hope it’s not Hong-joo’s dream…

Hong-joo worries that Jae-chan is doing just that, but Woo-tak tells her not to worry because Jae-chan is trustworthy and careful. She’s been charging her extra battery on the way to work but can’t find it, and just tells Woo-tak to give it to her later if he finds it in his car, describing it as a little red battery.

The trial begins and Jae-chan goes for the murder charge as planned, and Yoo-bum pleads not guilty, saying that a fight did occur, but the victim was drunk and fell down the elevator shaft himself by accident. Yoo-bum also asks for the child witness to give his testimony in court, arguing that they can’t blindly trust the word of a four-year-old.

Prosecutor Sohn, meanwhile, stays late at the office studying medical texts and diligently making notes.

At Hong-joo’s house, Jae-chan fills them in on the case after breakfast, as they work on a pile of bean sprouts for Mom. Everyone worries about Jae-chan questioning the child witness in court, and he asks Woo-tak how he managed to get the initial testimony at the police station.

Woo-tak says very professionally that he approached the child in a relatable way, and Jae-chan asks for a demonstration. Woo-tak braces himself and then launches into aegyotastic baby-talk, while Jae-chan makes horrified faces and Mom and Seung-won crack up in the background.

Hong-joo asks skeptically if Jae-chan can do that in court, but he says gruffly that there’s no need, since he can just get an expert to do it for him. He brings the tray of bean sprouts over to Mom, calling her “Mother,” and Mom tells him not to call her that. Awkward!

Everyone rushes off for work and school, while Hong-joo stays behind to sew a button back onto her shirt. She roots through Mom’s dresser looking for the sewing kit, but finds her ring instead. She confronts Mom about it, and asks why she would purposely hide it.

Outside, Woo-tak gives Jae-chan another tip that the little boy likes Santa Claus, so saying that he’s Santa’s friend should help. Jae-chan refuses to baby-talk, insisting that he’s incapable of it.

But Seung-won points out that he did it just fine when Robin was staying over, and demonstrates Jae-chan’s cooing at the dog. Hee. Woo-tak grins and Jae-chan just pinches Seung-won’s side to get him to stop, though he totally practices under his breath.

Jae-chan heads back into the house because he forgot his phone, and it’s perfect timing for him to overhear Hong-joo asking Mom why she’s treating Jae-chan so coldly all of a sudden. Mom says that she’s just now starting to forget what happened to Dad, but now seeing Jae-chan brings all of that back to the surface.

Mom knows that Hong-joo feels the same way, reminding her of how broken up she was at the hospital when Jae-chan was shot, and how scared she was that he would die just like Dad. She says that Hong-joo is blaming herself even now that she couldn’t stop it from happening, and she’ll just continue to get hurt and blame herself.

Mom says she’s scared of how hurt Hong-joo will be if she’s with Jae-chan, but Hong-joo says through her tears, “Mom, I’m really okay. I’m happy because of that person,” and asks Mom to like him and treat him well.

Jae-chan takes all this in with a sad expression, and then shuts the door again to pretend that he just came inside to fetch his phone.

He watches Hong-joo thoughtfully as she gazes at the poster of the ocean at their bus stop, and thinks back to when she’d first run away from him, calling him a wound and a scar that resurfaced after 13 years.

She thinks he’s just worried about his trial, but he says he’s confident because he trusts in her dream. She tells him to keep his guard up anyway, and then attempts to imitate Woo-tak’s aegyo at him. To her mortification, he just stares at her like she’s lost her mind.

In court, the child’s witness testimony is conducted via video conference, with his mom and a child psychologist present. Jae-chan attempts to get a testimony out of him, but the boy is too frightened and just hides in his mother’s arms.

Yoo-bum takes a turn and says that the boy can go home soon if he can recall the number of the bus he took this morning, and the boy lies. Yoo-bum shoots down the child’s credibility in one move and smirks at Jae-chan, who hangs his head.

But Jae-chan decides to try again and grabs the microphone with a determined look on his face. He takes a deep breath, forces his mouth into a wide grin, and uncurls his fingers…

And then he suddenly announces in a high-pitched voice, “I’m Santa’s friend!” Hahaha. The sunbae prosecutors gape in embarrassment, but the boy lifts his head and starts answering Jae-chan.

Jae-chan says that his robes are the uniform Santa’s friends wear, which let him fly through the sky on Christmas. The boy confirms that he only tells the truth to Santa and his friends, and then Jae-chan shows him the picture that the boy drew of the crime scene.

He asks the boy to recount what the two ajusshis said that day, and plays back the victim’s phone recording of the same conversation piece by piece, to reestablish the boy’s credibility. It works, and then he asks what happened after that, and the boy says one ajusshi strangled the other until he fell asleep, and then he pushed him down the elevator shaft.

After court, Jae-chan is still reeling from embarrassment when Yoo-bum chases him down in the street, calling him Santa’s friend. Yoo-bum can’t believe he did that in court, knowing Jae-chan’s personality, but Jae-chan says he can do much worse to stop a murderer from slipping away.

Yoo-bum still seems confident that he can win, but Jae-chan says he’s prepared and tells him to look forward to it.

 
EPISODE 24

Seung-won stops by the local convenience store and is surprised to see his classmate Dae-gu working there. Dae-gu asks if his mom sent him on an errand, and Seung-won explains that his parents passed away, and he does all the housework.

Dae-gu asks if his brother stops by here often too, and Seung-won says if he sees a tall guy who looks good but acts like a grade-schooler, that’s him.

Dae-gu hesitates and then asks if maybe Seung-won’s brother could meet his father, and Seung-won thinks back to their classmates ragging on Dae-gu to go make friends with Seung-won so that his brother can get his dad out of prison. He makes an excuse that his brother is busy because of a big trial right now, and Dae-gu hurriedly tells him to forget it, feeling bad that he asked.

Mom stores away the extra seating they had at the dining table and tells Hong-joo to have the boys eat breakfast on their own from now on. Aw, Mom! Not family breakfast!

At the hospital, Brainy Smurf comes running up to his mom to announce that he was able to go to the bathroom all on his own. She hugs him and says that they have a lot of people to be grateful to, and he tells her that they should hurry and thank those people because he’s all better now.

Hong-joo calls Woo-tak on her way out that morning and cancels breakfast, saying that Mom is busy because of the restaurant for the time being. He mentions that he found her extra battery in his car—the red one—and Hong-joo grows quiet.

He says he’ll give it to her next time, and then puts it in his pocket… but it’s green, not red. Wait, don’t tell me his big secret is that he’s color-blind!

Jae-chan and Seung-won come out, and Hong-joo says she wants to go out for brunch today, and Jae-chan has to drag Seung-won along when he protests that he’d rather have Mom’s food.

The prosecutor team preps before the final day of Jae-chan’s trial, and they know going in that Yoo-bum plans to attack the autopsy evidence as insufficient because of the unusual organ transplant situation.

Prosecutor Sohn offers to go in with Jae-chan to court, saying only that she won’t stand for Yoo-bum’s underhanded tricks. He thanks her for the extra help, and she says she’s the one who’s grateful. Jae-chan doesn’t see why, and then Prosecutor Lee suddenly declares him lovable and kisses his hands and clasps Jae-chan’s cheeks, to everyone’s horror.

Everyone’s packed their umbrellas today because it’s raining, and Yoo-bum is no exception—he arrives at the courthouse with Chekov’s umbrella.

Prosecutor Sohn takes the lead to question the medical examiner, and expertly plays devil’s advocate before the defense has a chance to poke holes in the autopsy process or results. This must be what she was studying all those medical texts for.

Yoo-bum begins to shred tiny bits of paper, and Jae-chan flashes her a thumbs-up for her impressive showing. Prosecutor Sohn stops to make eye contact with the victim’s father and gives him a little bow, and he bows back, not really knowing why.

When Yoo-bum stands up to question the witness, we see that Seung-won’s friend Dae-gu is sitting in the back of the courtroom, and his face blanches at the sight of Yoo-bum.

It surprises everyone in the room when the only thing Yoo-bum cares to ask the witness is the exact time that the victim was declared dead, confirming that the cause of death was heart arrest, induced before beginning the organ transplant surgery.

Hong-joo arrives just as Jae-chan gives his closing statement, and then it’s Yoo-bum’s turn. He argues that a patient is not considered legally dead until the heart stops, and that if the victim’s heart had stopped on its own, they could claim the defendant responsible for murder. But because he was only brain-dead, not legally dead, and arrest was induced by the doctor for the organ transplants, he argues that his client can’t be held accountable. Ugh, I knew he’d nitpick a technicality like this.

The whole room stirs, and the victim’s father gets up in outrage, just like in Woo-tak’s dream. But this time Hong-joo is next to him and offers to lead him outside to calm down. She ignores the request to stay quiet and walks very slowly while shouting into the courtroom that the prosecutors won’t stand for such bullshit, when the victim would still be alive if it weren’t for the professor attacking him.

Jae-chan can’t help but smile at her fiery outburst, and Prosecutor Lee is impressed with her as well, and doesn’t seem to notice that he’s leaning on Hee-min’s shoulder the whole time.

Out in the hallway, the victim’s father asks if the law is really like this, blaming himself for allowing the organ donation. Hong-joo tells him that this isn’t his fault, and promises that the law is not that weak.

Jae-chan is allowed one final statement, and he says that the victim’s father is probably blaming himself right now, thinking that his choice to do a good deed has led to not getting justice for his son’s murder. “He’s thinking that he did a good thing but it ended up as poison in the end. That the law is on the bad guy’s side. But the law shouldn’t be that way,” Jae-chan says.

It’s a powerful moment, and of all the people in the room, it’s Dae-gu who is affected most by that statement.

Jae-chan continues that the defense already pointed out that if left alone, the victim’s heart would have stopped on its own. Having chosen to donate his organs sooner than that day doesn’t change that fact, nor does it change the crimes committed by the defendant.

Hong-joo explains the same thing out in the hallway to the victim’s father, using the same hand gestures that Jae-chan is using in the courtroom. Did she see this in a dream after all?

Jae-chan says that with or without the organ donation, the victim would have died, but if the attack by the defendant hadn’t happened, would he still have died? He says that you can remove any other person or part of the timeline—from the doctor to the surgery—and still end up with the same result, but if you removed the defendant, that young man would still be alive today, chasing his dream.

“The law cannot be confused about that. It must judge clearly and fairly who is most responsible for that death. If the defendant is found not guilty simply because the time of death, then there is no justice in that verdict,” he says, full of passion.

Hong-joo and the victim’s father return to the courtroom during his speech, and Jae-chan turns to look at the father as he says that they can’t call it justice if the victim’s choice to save seven lives lets his killer go free.

His words bring Prosecutor Sohn to tears, and Jae-chan turns to the judge and says with a bow, “Please, I ask that justice, like a flowing river, will come to pass in this courtroom.” Nicely played, Jae-chan.

Afterwards, Prosecutor Sohn thanks Jae-chan sincerely, saying that thanks to him, she can finally sleep with her feet stretched out. She bear-hugs him, spilling emotional tears, while he just flails awkwardly at the sudden display of affection.

Yoo-bum furiously scrubs his hands at the bathroom sink and then slams a fist into the paper towel dispenser when he finds it empty. Dae-gu is there too and offers his handkerchief, but Yoo-bum just storms out, and Dae-gu picks up the green umbrella that he left behind. Ruh-roh.

Hong-joo comes home to find Mom preparing to launder every blanket in the house, and asks if she should cancel tomorrow’s breakfast too, and Mom says yes. Hong-joo tells her that she went to Jae-chan’s trial today, and realized that she’d been confused about things up until now.

She says that she thought Dad had died because of her, and that Jae-chan had been shot because of her too, but through the trial she realized that she’d been wrong about that, and those events would have happened whether or not she’d been there. Mom smiles to hear that she’s finally stopped blaming herself.

Jae-chan happens to come to the laundromat while Mom is there, and stumbles over his words not to call her Mother. He decides to be direct and tells her that it’s not Hong-joo’s fault that he was shot, and she knows that and won’t be blaming herself anymore.

Mom finishes his sentence with him, having already heard it from Hong-joo, and accuses them of planning this accidental run-in. He swears that he’s just here by chance to do laundry, and Mom says chicly, “I’m sorry for going back and forth, but you can call me Mother.” Aw.

She apologizes sincerely for giving him a hard time, and says that she knew in her head that it was wrong to hurt someone else’s child just to protect her own, but couldn’t stop her feelings. She asks for his forgiveness and thanks him for loving Hong-joo, and he thanks her back, only to overstep and call her Mother as in mother-in-law, hee. But he earns a hug, which makes him adorably happy.

Jae-chan’s eyes bug out of his head when he sees his dream car parked outside the office, and he poses for more embarrassing selfies when Prosecutor Lee comes out and asks what he’s doing on his car.

Jae-chan drools over the car, and Prosecutor Lee offers to let him borrow it any time, because the verdict just came out and Professor Moon was found guilty. They high-five and Prosecutor Lee thanks him sincerely, and Jae-chan wonders why everyone’s thanking him lately.

Jae-chan decides to borrow the car right this instant, and Prosecutor Lee’s hand shakes as he reluctantly hands the key over.

Hong-joo is surprised when Jae-chan picks her up for a beach date, and she marvels to see that he found the exact beach pictured in that poster. He asks if it’s the same as her dream, and then calls her out on the lie, which he’d known from the start.

She wonders why he didn’t say anything and why he brought her here then, and he says that it just seemed like she wanted to see it—the ocean and him winning the trial—and that he worked really hard to make it happen.

He coaxes her to come closer to the water’s edge and then picks her up and carries her in, as they laugh and play.

Jae-chan narrates in voiceover: “There was a time when I thought it a blessing to know the future. But that blessing starved the anticipation of a gift, and broke the spirit to face a challenge, and turned off the signal of hope. A future that can’t be changed. Predetermined days. Those are other names for despair, and the loss of everything when you give up.”

As he narrates, Mom puts the ring back on Hong-joo’s desk and looks up at her wall of dream notes with a worried face, and the camera pauses on the post-it describing the night of her death.

Bong sunbae reports the suicide of a prison inmate who left a note saying that he was framed, and Dae-gu collapses in tears when he sees the news. Oh no, it was his father. Behind him sits Yoo-bum’s green umbrella.

At the police station, one of the officers asks Woo-tak if the radios have been charged yet, and he hesitates, looking down at the row of green lights. He asks when they were put down for charging, but he’s saved by the bell when his partner happens by and notes that the lights are all green.

As Jae-chan and Hong-joo enjoy the ocean view, he continues in voiceover that he hopes for this moment to become a rest stop before the futile cycle begins.

 
COMMENTS

Another ominous voiceover. Will the dreams begin to lead them astray? I have to admit, I really want to see that happen at this point, because thus far, the dreams have had less to do in this story than I wanted, which is a shame given the promises of fantasy. They’re handy and pretty crucial for our characters to keep saving each other, but as a plot mechanism the dreams are so straightforward that they’re leaving a lot to be desired. I want to see more twists—dreams that contradict in impossible ways, or lead them down the wrong path, or cause costly consequences—which were hinted at early on but have yet to be delivered on. But as we go into the final quarter of the drama, I do expect some heavier consequences, if only to match up to all of the ominous past-tense voiceovers we’ve been getting throughout the series, and at this point I welcome a little more danger and suspense.

Speaking of suspense, after all that buildup, is Woo-tak’s entire secret really just that he’s color-blind? I suppose it makes sense given his character, because I did think it wouldn’t be anything horrible, but I’m hoping there’s more to it, like a key piece of evidence in a case that may have been affected by his inability to distinguish colors. I can see how it could be a devastating secret for him, since it would prevent him from being a cop, but as far as dramatic reveals and plot turns go, this was not one of them. I can’t imagine Woo-tak not being a police officer though, so is it wrong to hope that he can just keep his secret to the end? That seems wrong, but I don’t know what he’d do if he had to give up his dream.

The one turn that did surprise me was Yoo-bum’s umbrella getting picked up by Dae-gu, which certainly changes the game and makes me sit up and pay attention to his father’s case. It was so sad to think that he’d found his first glimmer of hope in Jae-chan, but never even got to approach him on his father’s behalf before everything fell apart for him. I’m definitely looking forward to this new case, because it’s sure to involve Yoo-bum’s past as a prosecutor. There’s got to be a way to disbar him for the kinds of shady things he does, especially if he really did what Dae-gu is suggesting and made an innocent man into a serial killer. And then there’s the problem of Dae-gu’s building rage, which could explode sideways given the wrong trigger, plus that damned hot potato of a green umbrella. Somebody needs to burn that thing.

I did find today’s courtroom drama to be compelling because it came down to a legal technicality, and it was won or lost based on the quality of the argument, rather than some crucial bit of evidence found at the last minute. It was a great matchup, with Yoo-bum manipulating every nook and cranny that the law offers, and Jae-chan appealing to the law’s humanity. I don’t know how credible the case is, but the sentiment works because the law is all of those things—cold, exacting logic, but also passionate, moral, and changeable. There is human judgment and ethical choice involved, and just when I thought that our hero would be outsmarted by someone who knew the law better than he did, he reminded everyone that the law has a moral duty too. It’s a simple but powerful statement—that the law shouldn’t be a certain way—and when it becomes normalized for people to abuse the loopholes in the system to get away with murder, we could probably stand to be reminded more often than not.

 
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You know things got real when JaeChan started flexing his hands to turn on the aegyo for the little kid

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Hahahahaha! That was one of the best parts of this episode! Along with Prosecutor Lee’s little dance to prove it was his car

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My favorite part!!

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I squealed so hard at that!

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It does seem as though Woo Tak's color blindness might have led to some oversight of evidence - or will that matter in the past or in the future? Notice that it's a green umbrella. Pfft, I'm going to wait to predict something when I have more information.

The Voiceovers of Foreshadowing are certainly good at building suspense. I do hope this drama has a good ending, and if the characters are narrating it from some indeterminate time in the future, let it be a happy time!

Thanks for the great recap, @girlfriday!

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Yup i guess wootak will be the witness or something but it will be disaster as he is color blind...

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Yup. That's what i thought too. Or, he will dream about the guy with a "red" umbrella. And will mess up from that.

I also read on some thread that police shouldn't be color blind (atleast in Korea) so i guess that's why he's hiding it.

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Yeah colour blind can certainly hinder people's eligibility for a job. My friend wanted to be an engineer in the mining industry but he couldn't get the job because he was colourblind. Maybe the same applied to Woo Tak. His job does seem important for him :/

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I like that point, that the characters could be narrating from the future. Aren't we still in 2016??

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I agree that Wo Takes color blindness will likely play a biger role, my money is on it factoring in that whole umbrela ardeal, which just so happens to be green. Looking back now it makes sense way he was in the middle of the road when he was almost killed in that car accident. I just hope he makes it out alive from whatever is going to happen.

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Can I just say Lee jong suk is breathtakingly handsome and his acting is just perfect he will surely win awards this season and this week 's episodes are emotional as well as romantic...
The beach scene is so casual and romantic rather than cliche though I also want the last 4 episodes will the table for me

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* Will make it good ending

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His nose is so ugly and distracting though, like it's pinched with an invisible clothes pin.

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May be you feel that but for me Lee jong suk with this hairdo and suits make my day all I look at him☺☺☺☺☺☺

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Ha.. maybe so.. but it works for many of us here.. so chill.. it’s friday!

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the guy is more than his nose

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Hi 5!

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LOL, how can you be disturbed by a nose? Are you a Barbie manufacturer?

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And I'm wondering how could you not be disturbed by his nose? It's so pinched that he has triangular nostrils that are pushed upwards.

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But he makes you watch him ya??! I assume that’s why you are here.

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nope he is cute and talented actor. That's what I always notice when I watch his dramas.

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@Staraga, no I've never seen any of his dramas, his nose is too distracting. I'm only here to read the comments. He is not the only one in this drama.

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I like his nose.... is a matter of tase....

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This is funny cos to me, his nose is actually his best feature. It's so perfect and otherworldly and for a moment there, I was beginning to suspect he'd had plastic surgery done. That's what I call an aristocratic nose cos it makes him looks like an aristocrat with his nose up in the air. On top of that, he is so tall and lanky. The perfect face model. So cute! ^_^.

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He definitely is. He always look like straight from the runway. Haha!

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Looking forward to seeing more of "Chekhov's umbrella".

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Why is it called Chekov's umbrella ?

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The principle is actually called "Chekhov's gun", meaning that everything mentioned or seen must be relevant for the story, i.e. in this case it is not a "gun" but an "umbrella".

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I don't have much to say that hasn't been said in the recap, but I must say that there was so much to love in this episode. <3 oh and being color blind. that was certainly anti-climatic... but I think there must be something greater than that... especially since he says he's a the only son of a doting family, but we see no evidence of that in his apartment and he never gets visits from them... so I wonder what other things he's hiding.

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Loved this episode more than previous one hope the show does'nt disappoint me

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I know it's dramaland, and everything will come out all right in the end, but they sure are working to make the future seem dark and foreboding. Keep your eye on the umbrella. I'm sure it won't be Dae Gu that tries to kill Hong Joo, so who will get it from him?

Also good catch on Woo Tak and colorblindness. That totally explains why Hong Joo was disturbed when he said he found her red charger. Not sure why she suspected this, but she must have deliberately dropped a green one or something like that to confirm her suspicions.

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Actually during the scene when hong joo and woo tak look for the robot vaccums, woo tak found some and hong joo yelled at him saying thats its red that theyre looking for not a green one and he said he forgot for a sec

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Oh! you're right! I forgot that!

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Nice catch, _sue!

I was wondering about this and just thought maybe Hong-Joo dreamed about it or something.

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I love the random bits of hilarity that this show throws in just to make sure it isn't too serious. Jae-chan's seat-belt blocked kiss last week, and his courtroom aegyo this week...

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That final speech during the court.. and the part when Prosecutor Sohn gave Jae-chan a hug to thank him. So moving.

I do hope one day Jae-chan will find out that what he did has saved her son's life.

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It reminds me of I Hear Your Voice about the magpie.

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I don't how can someone say Lee jong suk and Suzy don't have chemistry because they surely have great chemistry which is not forced because of the consequences but because they just like each other and that's how real it is !!!!!

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I must say that I doubted them at first but dang, after 1 episode i just shoved my words back to my mouth. I love their chemistry so much..

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The change of the death umbrella holder is indeed interesting. Is it will go back to Yoobum, stay in Daegu's hand or go to someone else? But I'm slightly hoping it's not Daegu who is in Hongjoo's death dream. He's so pitiful.

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Thanks GF for fast recaps. Awesome as usual and agree with everything you said.

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I liked this episode, it flowed better than yesterday's ep, and everything fit well. The beach scene in the end was lovely but left me feeling uneasy because of the foreshadowing. However I don't see why JC is afraid of a future that is set in stone, when he is the one who has been changing the future continuously, and hence giving poor HJ hope. I liked how he wanted to give HJ a respite from it all by taking her to the beach.

However I agree with girlfriday, I wish the dreams had been more complex or vague, then we could've had a straight up romance/thriller open to many twists. Anyways I am enjoying this show, and looking forward to next week's episodes (eek it looks like there will be a fire in next week's ep!)

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Is Woo Tak's big secret seriously his color blindness? That would be disappointing. It's a huge deal for him considering his profession but storywise I was expecting something bigger and more compelling given all the buildup. Hopefully there's more to it, his empty fridge and the fact that the guy is such an experienced liar alludes to more.

How beautiful was that beach scene. Even the ominous voice overs couldn't mar the calm and peacefulness.

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One thing that the recap didnt mention is Woo tak’s expression watching the news of Daegu’s father suicide. This was on the police station before he was asked by the policewoman about the radio charging. He looked so drawn and shocked too by that news, and kind of reminded me with his expression when he was watching his friend’s news (do hak young) in the previous eps. So i think the colorblind has something to do with that case, maybe, and he has a relation with daegu’s father and lee yeo beom as prosecutor. I am also curious on what will happen to the green umbrella!! It is kind of pity that Daegu’s father killed himself because i really thought jae chan was going to prove his innocence. But i guess that plot would be too easy to guess.. ugh i am really loving this drama!!!

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Yessss i was thinking of the same thing. Maybe woo tak was a witness of the case, and had given the wrong information ( shirt colour, etc) causing daegu's father arrestment. Idk this is just an assumption. Cant wait to see whats gonna happen in the next ep :)

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ok I feel like wootak's colour blindness probably led him to screw up a case in the past probably as a witness (gave false testimony cos of colour error) so he feels guilty about it and hides it + maybe it was related to his parents?? idk why hongjoo started suspecting this though but I like her journalistic suspicious mind haha and how she knows wt is lying but doesn't force him to admit it because she treasures their friendship enough to want him to admit it on his own

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Yeah i always wonder about woo tak’s relationship with his parents because he seems so well off (he has a nice car and nice apartment but never got visit from family member). However in eps 1 we saw his family crying and asking for justice when he died because of the accident so maybe he just ran away from his family? I am very curious tho

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Hong Joo must've of suspected something due to the scene when they were finding robot cleaners. Wootak found some and Hong joo yelled at him saying that the robot cleaner they are looking for is red, not green. then Wootak awkwardly said oh yeah I forgot. I'm guessing they didn't focus on that because the writer didn't want to point out his color blindness to the audience yet

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Lee Jong Suk comedic timing is endearing and by the way, why is Wootak in the middle of the road in episode 1. Does anyone remember the color of the traffic light that time.

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the pedestrian light should've been red since Yoo Bum drove like the lights were green

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The accident got him killed because he couldnt see the red light for pedestrian. The road was empty and he just crossed the street alone not knowing that he should not have. This also explains why he sees other cars first everytime he drives on the redlight. Because he doesnt know when it turns green so he relies on other cars. Really this drama has shown us hints about his colorblindness and he must have been done something quite bad in the past due to this fact (beside lying on the police test so he could still be a police officer)

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It saddens me to see this drama doesn't get the attention it deserves..the comments on the recap are going down :( what's happening :O

On a brighter note I loved this week's episode especially the cameo we got of Lee Sung Kyung. The relationship between parents and children was really emhpasized in this episode which always warms my heart. Woo Tak''s secret being color blind kinda had me laughing for a secone but the when @girlfriday explained it I reliazed it can be quite a big deal for a police officer...does that also mean he won't be legally allowed to drive?

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Comments on dramabeans recaps are generally low lately. So actually this drama gets a decent number of comments compared with other dramas curently recaped with the exception of BTLIOF. I wonder if the number of users/visitor has gone down or if people are just silent readers.

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I don't think WT's color blindness is his main secret but could be one of his other secrets as to who he is. As a police officer this weakness can be taken advantage of especially if you have someone like lawyer YB finding out for a case in representing his client. Its a troublesome weakness, but somehow WT has managed to hide it very well e.g. at the stop light he looked at other cars to guide him as to when to move, but it can be a hindrance if he is by himself and it can cause an accident/troublesome if he breaks it if he misinterprets the color. If WT had to give testimony in a trial on a piece/s of evidence and he had to make a description of it due to this challenge he could give wrong testimony which ends up supporting the defendant and not the prosecution, it has serious implications on a case. I do not know what could happen if there was a murder scene and he is there, blood is straightforward to a point but other things that could help in solving the case may not. Also I do not think we realized this until this episode as in last week episodes when WT was helping HJ to find the robo vacuum, he did not give her the right color. This confirmed that HJ now knows his secret of color blindness, most of us including others do not know the rest. HJ is trying to find what secret does WT has, she has identified one.

As for the boy (Dae gu) whose father killed himself, it would not surprise him if he decides to attack YB as a form of revenge, hence the umbrella can be used to frame YB as people knows that its his, may even have his name on the handle. Dae gu can strategize to make YB a murderer just like he did to his father its a dangerous but somewhat smart payback. SW was put in an awkward position due to his request but its a good reason he gave to Dae gu, JC was working hard on a case so at that time he would not have the opportunity to look into the boy's matter until after he finished this case.

There is something rarely said here or at other sites, but I think we have to note the good mother-daughter relationship with HJ/her mom. They have such sincere care and love for each other, they are also open in communicating to each other and it shows. Kudos to the actresses for showing this.

Have a good weekend.

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I really did enjoy this episode, more so for the suspense that JaeChan was being really confident and brash acting upon HongJu's dream lie so I didn't know whether he was going to win or not. We were so worried he took it for granted and that would cause his downfall. So the courtroom fight was intense and felt real in the sense that we were hanging on to every scene hoping for the best, which was a good change because we always knew the good guys win but not this time.

I'm really glad WooTak didn't turn out to be a murderer or something drastic that would split up our Three Flying Dragons! Though I wish it was a bit more dramatic than being colour blind. I get he won't be able to be a cop if that gets out, so it bags the questions how did he become one in the first place and perhaps most curiously, how did he get his driving license XD

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Traffic signals are arrayed in a pattern, with green on top, then yellow then red. Woo Tak probably memorized their position and then will stop when the bottom light is brighter and go when the top light is brighter. I suspect that the main problem is he'll mistake the color of an item, like a certain umbrella, during testimony.

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really? it's the reverse here, with red on top and green on bottom. huh i thought they're all the same all over the world, guess not.

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You know, maybe you're right. Since I'm not color blind I don't pay too much attention. Maybe the red is on the top and green is on the bottom. I can't remember. I'll find out tomorrow, LOL.

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"aegyotastic" New word?

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Even if Jae-chan knew Hong-joo's dream was a lie he still could have figured it meant good news because if he had been on a path to humiliating failure Hong-joo or Woo-tak would probably have been warning him of new bad dreams.

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Based on my past experiences with this writer i think its safe to assume that yoo bum will most likely get a strong backstory that could possibly be more linked to jae chan/hong joo/woo tak more than we could ever think of and im banking on the fact that he has a connection with woo tak cus for some reason my gut feeling during the scene where they were interrogated together was that they have this relationship already established between them and since do hak yeong went to him for help who knows

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So who's gonna use the umbrella???

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I’m really glad that this episode redeemed yesterday.
It’s fitting for Prosecutor Son to step in and help to fight for the case. I get it now why she needs not reveal the reason for gratitude. Perhaps it’s more powerful this way.
I like how JC is being modest that people need not to thank him when he is just doing his job.
So Batman is color blind. Seems very trivial as opposed to all the theories we have.
However, I can’t help shake a feeling that it’s going to snowball and hit us right in the gut where it going to hurt more.

The voiceover narration is ominously beautiful. It really sums up what we have been going through all these episodes. Knowing the future can be a blessing as much as it can be a curse.
Whether we are all working on some predetermined track and knowing that we are only set up for a particular ends. It is so scary to even imagine.
Do we not have strength to change? Or it will leads us back to same conclusion.

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Its almost similar to going to a fortune teller.
My colleague just shared an incidence with me. There was this fortune teller that she always frequent and her husband always rely on him for some decision making. So fast forward, they brought a friend to him. The FT told him that his elderly mom will die very soon and will follow shortly by his wife's demise.
Sadly, all these happen in matter of no more than 3 months.
The wife is such a stubborn person that the husband had to physically force her which also unfortunately caused a police alarm just to get her for a medical check up. ( last stage of cervical cancer)

Thus I wonder to myself, will it really helps to know the future?

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Yes, if it means you have access to lotto winning numbers! But even if you know the future, as this drama is teaching us, the future is very subjective. It changes according to our actions and decisions.

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I liked Jae Chan, Hong joo, and Woo Tak's aegyo. They are all good at it, LOL. And about Woo Tak's secret weakness -- red/green color blindness. I am wondering if it's important because cops need to tell the difference with street lights? Although they are on different levels so you can tell the difference.

I have a feeling the importance of red/green color blindness deals with the green umbrella, and perhaps Woo Tak is a witness to something and can't identify it correctly... the mystery deepens.

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I like your idea of woo tak's color blindness and its relation to the green umbrella/hong ju scene!!

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That’s a good thought. It will be those defining moment where his colorblind will be out for cross examination.. argh

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Everytime I watch this drama, I think about 80% of my attention goes to Woo Tak. While I am somewhat glad that his secret is just color blindness, this secret is a little underwhelming so I hope there are more Woo Tak's secret in the future.

It is actually very interesting how LYB keep washing his hands everytime he defends some killer and how he always take his watch off everytime a killer consult with him as if the watch is too holly to be with him at that moment..

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He should take out his heart and brain and wash it both of them along with his hands. He is such a devil.

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like someone else said: mcbeth

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What I don't get is if he's so traumatized by the the crappy choices he's been making why doesn't he quit doing that!

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That's why we all are here to know.. WHY?? :)

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I think he takes it off to bill them correctly. It's like, you are scum so i must get the most out of you. He didn't bill the gymnast's dad because he thought he was on the right side of morality at the time.

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I dont know why but I have this feeling that it could be WT or YB that is under the green umbrella in HJ dreams, it could be her killer or her savior? And I hope that it wasn't just the color blindness is what WT is hiding all this time.

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Interesting that no beanie has deducted points from Woo Tak regarding his callousness and irresponsibility for hiding his color blindness. There are very good reasons to disallow color blind people from being public safety officers. It puts lives at risk. This is not simply a bureaucratic and arbitrary technicality.

It then begs the question, why is it so important to Woo Tak that he become a police officer? He's been shown as intelligent although mysterious individual. He must recognize his disability puts him at a greater risk to make errors in critical situations.

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I think he must have joined the police force to find his brother who we assume is the runaway soldier who killed both Hong joo and Jae chan's father. All i want is to see the bigger reason why he joined it. Lets hope the writer reveal it sooner.

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Didn't the soldier die in the bus along with Hong Joo's father? I thought that blast killed both of them, though they haven't mentioned it in the funeral-scents-from-the-past.

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Thank you for the recap girlfriday! ❤️ Same thoughts about the dreams: I want to see some twists and consequences. It seems like the dreams just happen for hongju or jae chan to be saved, or to help jaechan in his cases. (Poor woo takie)

Starting this drama, I was really excited because of the dreams and fantasy element. The first two episodes got me hooked, especially with the twist that jaechan is also a dreamer! The next episodes are still great, but I think the power to see and change the future (with 3 people who can!) has just so much potential and.. it's just that.

Regardless, I'm enjoying all the episodes. I adore the cast, and everyone's doing a great job. I just hope the eps could have more tension and ooomph in the next two weeks. Pleaseee.

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I agree this show is not getting the applause that it should be getting with all the flaws but I guess everyone has its taste but I am loving it because it's just simple and heartwarming!!!!!!!

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Omg, Woo tak is color blind? That is the secret he is hiding. Being a policeman, and being colorblind is bound to make a mistake. No wonder he's been keeping it as a secret. But how come Hong joo knows about it? She saw it in her dream or she did she find that piece of information on her own with her observation skills?

I dont know why, but even though Suzy has improved in her acting, but she seemed to lack screen presence a lot.

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So wait, in the 1st episode, Woo tak must have crossed the street thinking the red light means green, since he is colorblind, he sees red as green and he crossed the road, and that was how he met with an accident, ( Jae chan stopped that from that happening though)

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Woah, good catch!

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I believe Jung Hae-in said somewhere that there was a clue to his character's secret in the way he is first introduced to the audience. I got a little confused because I believe Woo-tak was first introduced as the mysterious stranger following Hong-joo's mother, but maybe the actor was referring to the scene when Woo-tak gets struck by the car in the dream sequence. Now that his red-green color blindness has been revealed, I think that you might be right about why he was struck by the car in the first episode.

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I think people with color blindness know the order of the ligths...in a trafic ligth and also for the pedestrians..

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I agree, especially with the pedestrian single its a walking person for go and a hand held up for stop... at least thats how it is in Canada.

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That is the secret??? So anti climatic. I'm know a police officer shouldnt be color blind but the way they lead me to this secret...... 🤔🤔🤔🤔

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Overall a very pleasing episode. I find the feels of this drama to be like the comfort of a blanket on a chilly night. But on the subject of colour blindness surely police medicals check for that just like the military services?

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why is everyone talking about the green umbrella?? I don't got it really

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Hong joo dreamt her death adn hence quit her job early on.. she sees herself lying on a rainy day in a field with a person standing holding a green umbrella

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Hong joon has a dream of her own death. She was lying on grass in her blue uniform and someone was carrying a green umbrella standing over her. Thus every one is debating about who is carrying the green umbrella.

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did they ever mention how jae-chan's mom died? I cant recall!

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wah.. his mother died again?

is he ever goign to do a show where mom does not die

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no they never mentioned their mom again she might be still alive. maybe she is oversees or maybe she remarried

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so if you know that you are color blind.
don't you know automatically that if you are seeing green it is red.. and red is green?

or you see everything as green?

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I also wonder. I heard from a color blind friend that even though he can’t see the color well but He can still make it out accurately over much practice.

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I think the first case is most common, however I lso think the colours can be seen as shades of grey eg. they can be distinguished as being differnt. From the perspective of the individual affected this becomes 'nomal' though pf course it's out of kilter with us so-called normal people. It's an inherited condition affecting males more commonly than females. The 6 to 7 million cones in the human retina are responsible for color vision, and these photoreceptors are concentrated in the central zone of the retina called the macula.

The center of the macula is called the fovea, and this tiny (0.3 mm diameter) area contains the highest concentration of cones in the retina and is responsible for our most acute colour vision.

Inherited forms of colour blindness often are related to deficiencies in certain types of cones or outright absence of these cones. Lastly, someone else rightly pointed out that we all know the order of the colour of trafic lights, top to bottom = red, amber, green. so colour recognition problems can be compensated for by registering the position of the light which is illuminated to a degree. Most people who are considered "colour blind" can see colours, but certain colours appear washed out and are easily confused with other colours, depending on the type of colour vision deficiency they have.

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No unfortunetly its not that simple, sometimes it can be right and other times your just confused between the two. With lighter shades its easier but as the color get darker its more difficult... this is coming from a semi- color blind person.

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Hmm.. so is there a relation between red and green. That seems to be the most standard test. So do you see green as red or vice versa or it’s just both have the same shade of grey?

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Does anyone know if the murder sentence in korea is really of only ten years? I remember it was 10 years for min joong gook in i hear your voice too. Shouldnt it more years its a murder after all

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I know right it seems really short? It should be a life sentence.. an eye for an eye, a life for a life.

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Yeah i always thought that too that murder sentence is life imprisonment but apparently not in korea or maybe not in kdramas😂

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1st degree, 2nd degree, manslaughter all have different terms, if I am not mistaken. In this particular case, maybe because of lack of premeditation, it could be classed as a 2nd degree murder.

Not sure if there are mandatory sentencing laws or just guidelines in the case of Korean justice system. A life sentence is probably reserved for the most heinous crimes - 1st degree premeditation with extenuating circumstances (sexual violence, hate crimes, serial murderers etc) It should not be that "easy" to sentence someone to life in prison (although even life sentences are usually 25 years or so, I believe)

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Sorry if this has already been addressed but - what is the issue with the numbering of episodes? Recaps say episode 23 and 24

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Basicly because of a recent change in advertising breaks shown in Korea one full episode is now equivalent to two (because the advert break is ommitted).

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Thank you for the recaps, @girlfriday.

I love everything about the last paragraph of your comments, esp this line "but the sentiment works because the law is all of those things—cold, exacting logic, but also passionate, moral, and changeable. " Exactly why I love watching legal dramas. I totally enjoyed watching the part where Jae Chan was delivering his last statements. The strong conviction in his voice added to the overall emotional impact of the scene. When he said, "The law shouldn't do that." ugh my ears melted~ I cannot stop repeating the way he said that line because his voice sounded so deep and manly and oh-so passionate.

Seems like the climax of the story is going to start next week. I can't wait <3

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I live for Prosecutor Lee's courtroom comments..trying to sound like some other guy

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Loved this weeks episodes again and I have to say that this weeks were so visually pretty. Suzy and Lee Jongsuk sure look great together especially in their pretty outfits set among beautiful scenery. I can't believe Wootak's big secret is that he is color blind. LOL I look forward to next week's eps and im hoping that Lee Yoobum will be held accountable for his past crimes.

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I think is a big secret, if is something you have to report if you want to enter the police

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I agree.. I really don't think it has anything to do with color blindness. I feel like he probably was just not paying attention, that's why he didn't know when it had started charging

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And somehow I kind of understood wootak to star suffering from amnesia.... don't know why it seemed to me he was sad and his mind lost for a moment.

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The show continues to be entertaining and endearing, and I have no complaints. I do feel that it has lost some of it's magic though. I still remember the second episode, (well the end of the first full hour of the show), where Suzy does the unthinkable and believes Jae Chan's outrageous story. That was a magical moment because it was so unusual. The next few cases include ones where the 3 flying dragons have been able to defeat the evil Yoo Bum using their powers. And yet he's still cocky and thinks he can beat Jae Chan.

I think that we need to have an arc where the 3 dragons pull off something impossible, that just really makes Yoo Bum speechless. Something where there's no way they could know about a certain fact that makes him quake in fear or astonished disbelief. Right now every loss he's faced has been plausible due to Jae Chan's alleged great job as a prosecutor, except for him losing his girlfriend Hong Joo. We need another event where he knows he has it in the bag, there's no way he can lose, unless something impossible happens . . .

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Same thoughts. I still find the story-line interesting but yes, that magical moment from the second episode is nowhere to be seen in recent episodes. Sadely, the movie-like effect is also gone.

I also hope that our trio would do something unexpected and take everyone by surprise. I'd welcome any unforeseen, epic actions involving our three dragons.

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Am I the only one here nervous about the date they keep marking all the time? In some way, there´s always a mention of a date and in the show, the year right now is 2016 and it is VERY UNSETTLING...

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You're right! It feels like something will eventually still happen on Christmas (where Hong Joo originally would jump off the hospital) or something else. But hopefully it would just end with fast forward to present time 2017, and they get married or something.

PS: it's chilling to just realized how the kid who Jae Chan helped getting her balloon in the early episodes is from the same kindergarten (with same yellow cap uniform) with the witness in this case. How everything is connected somehow and foreshadowing future events.

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Jae chan and prosecutor Lee hahahahahahah i was dying!!,

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AHHH this episode was so sweet. Definitely think its setting up for the real final battle to begin though. And what's up with the green umbrella?! Is it going to be Yoo Bum or the kid?!

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Didn't manage to put 2 and 2 together until I read the recaps today for Woo Tak's colour-blindness. Pretty sure that it will lead to something more ominous than just not being able to distinguish between red and green power banks..

btw is anyone else as obsessed with the OST as I am? been looping them on repeat for the last 2 weeks

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Thanks girlfriday!! I was not able to understand that one scene concerning the extra charger! This is our batman 's secret!

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