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Abyss: Episode 5

Tragedy strikes, and our heroine is left on her own to try and put things back to rights — or at least, as much as she’s able. Luckily, she’s a smart lady with a quick mind, and she’s able to keep right on the killer’s heels without tipping him off. A confrontation is inevitable, but hopefully Se-yeon will be able to fix things without making making a target of herself too soon.

 
EPISODE 5: “Murderer vs. Savior”

Desperate for information about Young-chul’s current appearance, Min hatches a really dumb plan to kill Park Ki-man, the only person who knows what Young-chul looks like, then revive him with Abyss. He goes to the hospital where Ki-man is in a coma after being stabbed by Young-chul, but when it comes time to pull Ki-man’s plug, Min chickens out.

Young-chul is lurking behind the bed curtain, but Min assumes he’s a doctor because of his white lab coat. Young-chul asks Min to step out so he can check his patient, but before he gets a chance to inject something almost certainly deadly into Ki-man’s IV bag, the nurse comes in.

Young-chul plays the concerned doctor and issues orders, then gets out of there. Min stops him to ask about Ki-man’s condition, and when he might wake up. Young-chul says that Ki-man will die soon, and when Min tries to stop him from leaving, he smacks Min hard enough to knock him down.

Abyss rolls out of Min’s pocket, and Min watches in astonishment and realization as Young-chul picks it up, knowing that only those who have been revived by Abyss can see it. He pulls off Young-chul’s surgical mask and says, “You’re him, aren’t you? Oh Young-chul.” Oh Min, you dummy.

Young-chul slowly reaches into his pocket for the syringe, but some people walk by, so he just smiles at Min and tells him he’s got the wrong man. He takes off, but Min stupidly follows him out of the hospital and into an alley, telling him not to run from him.

Young-chul chuckles that he finds Min amusing — he wasn’t running from him, he was leading him to the perfect place to kill him. He stabs the syringe into Min’s neck, describing how Min will become paralyzed, and soon his heart will stop.

He asks Min how he recognized him, then says that it’s not important — what matters is that he won’t be able to tell anyone. Min manages to croak, “You killed Se-yeon, right?” Young-chul admits to killing her because she was showing too much interest in his suture techniques.

He steps on Min’s hand, snarling at him for daring to touch him, and kicks him repeatedly in a rage. Min gets hold of a length of pipe and somehow gets to his feet, slamming Young-chul with the makeshift weapon. Young-chul easily overpowers him and keeps beating him until Min can’t get up again.

Se-yeon arrives at the hospital, planning to try and stop Min from killing Ki-man. But Ki-man is still alive, so she searches for Min and finds him in the alleyway, badly injured. He gives her Abyss then falls unconscious, as she screams and begs him not to die.

A message flashes across Abyss’s surface: “If the owner of Abyss dies, the next revived is its temporary owner.” Abyss dissolves into thin air, and re-materializes nearby — in Young-chul’s pocket. Panicking, Se-yeon runs back to the hospital, and she finds Dong-chul on his way inside.

The police arrive at the scene, and yep, Min is really dead. Se-yeon is in a state of shock, staring at Min’s body as if looking away will mean he’s truly gone. Dong-chul sweetly puts his hand over her eyes, blocking her view, and she finally starts to cry.

Back at his car, Young-chul gets a call from someone (Ji-wook?) who tells him that he left his fingerprints at one of his murder scenes. He belatedly realizes that his face changed when he was resurrected, but not his fingerprints. A tracking app on his phone notifies him that Hee-jin’s phone is offline, which makes sense since he thinks he just killed her.

At her old apartment, where Min left her, a bored Hee-jin tries in vain to get her phone working. It stays dark so she chucks it across the couch, where it slides between the cushions. She thinks about being hit by the truck earlier, unable to figure out how she survived without a scratch.

Someone activates the electronic lock, and Hee-jin is startled to find Min’s mother in the hall. She slaps Hee-jin hard, angry that she’s been accusing Min of horrible things on television. She refrains from beating Hee-jin black and blue like she wants to do, believing Hee-jin’s public claim to be pregnant with Min’s child, so Hee-jin lies that she’s eight weeks along.

At the morgue, Se-yeon physically blocks Dong-chul from taking fingerprints from Min’s dead body, knowing that they’ll turn up Min’s true identity. Dong-chul asks why she won’t let him fingerprint her friend, but she doesn’t have a plausible explanation handy.

Luckily for Se-yeon, Dong-chul gets a call that Cha Min is dead. A body was found severely decomposed, and it was assumed to be a vagrant, until a DNA test ordered by Ji-wook turned out to be a match to Min. Se-yeon argues that even if Min killed himself right after being accused of murder, his body wouldn’t be that decomposed, but the coroner says it’s possible.

Ji-wook tells Detective Choi to close the case now that the primary suspect is dead. Detective Choi argues that they’re still investigating others who held grudges against Se-yeon, but Ji-wook snaps that a lot of people hold grudges against prosecutors and if they look into them all, the investigation will never end.

Young-chul finds Abyss in his car when it falls out of his pocket, and he remembers how amazed Min was that he can see it. He enters a random apartment, and Abyss glows a sickly green as Young-chul sets it on the nightstand, muttering to himself, “I guess she’s still alive.” In the bathroom, the apartment’s female tenant lies slumped in the bathtub, bleeding badly.

Se-yeon tells Dong-chul that whatever Ji-wook or the coroner say, that body isn’t Min’s. But he gets a call that the case is being closed, and that Ji-wook wants to focus on finding Se-yeon’s missing body. Se-yeon is furious, so she decides to prove to Dong-chul how she knows that Min isn’t her killer.

She takes him back to the morgue to scan Min’s fingerprints, which match Cha Min’s fingerprints even though the face is different. While Dong-chul is wigging out, she hands him Min’s phone and wallet to show that they didn’t find Min’s belongings on the other body because this is the real Cha Min.

Dong-chul is willing to allow that plastic surgery has come a long way, but he can’t reconcile how much taller Min’s new body is after only a month. Se-yeon says that’s proof that someone disguised the other body as Min’s to cover up the truth, and she’s pretty sure she knows who that person is.

Dong-chul wants to know what’s really going on, but Se-yeon whines that he wouldn’t believe her. She begs him for time to sort things out, and her big-eyed pleading flusters him enough that he agrees. But he says that regardless of which body is the real Cha Min, he’s still dead, so there’s nobody to indict.

She asks him, what if Cha Min isn’t dead yet? Dong-chul is confused, but Se-yeon asks him to postpone closing the case for one day to straighten everything out. While trying to convince his boss to let him postpone, Detective Choi announces that something strange was found at the hospital murder scene — Cha Min’s fingerprints, and Young-chul’s blood.

Dong-chul calls Se-yeon to tell her that if the guy in the morgue is truly Min, then Young-chul probably killed him. He’s got his men looking through the CCTV footage, which Se-yeon says won’t help them find Young-chul since she doesn’t know what he looks like… but it might show her Abyss.

Se-yeon is at Hee-jin’s apartment, and she’s surprised when Min’s mother’s secretary, Mi-sun, lets herself in. She’s worried for Min, and Se-yeon talks her into taking her to see Hee-jin at his mother’s house, promising that she’s trying to make sure Min is okay.

Hee-jin is in the middle of a dream — first she’s a child, and she and her older brother hide while a man beats their mother. Later, teenage Hee-jin is the recipient of the beatings, but she still bravely accuses the man (whose face we don’t see but whose voice is clearly Young-chul’s) of killing her mother.

She wakes with a scream when Se-yeon touches her. At first Se-yeon gripes that Hee-jin was supposed to stay put, but she notices that Hee-jin seems rattled. She tells Hee-jin all about Abyss and the fact that Min used it to resurrect her, though Hee-jin has a hard time accepting it since for some reason, her looks didn’t change.

Se-yeon tells Hee-jin that she needs her help whether or not she believes, and shows her photos of her body after the accident, calling it strange that she doesn’t have a scratch on her now. She says that Abyss is in the hands of a murderer, and that Min, who used it to save them both, is dead.

She explains that she and Hee-jin are the only ones who can retrieve Abyss and revive Min, because only they can see it. She takes Hee-jin to where Dong-chul is reviewing the hospital’s CCTV videos, though Hee-jin makes a point to complain that she’s there against her will. Dong-chul has pinpointed three suspicious cars from that night, but the drivers can’t be reached.

In the apartment where Young-chul is holed up, the woman in the bathtub finally dies, and Abyss begins to glow much brighter and emit a strange, high-pitched tone in response to the proximity of a corpse. While Young-chul wonders why Abyss is doing this, the landlady knocks on the door, complaining about the late rent.

Pretending to be the tenant’s father, Young-chul invites the landlady inside to wait while he gets the money to pay her. While she waits, she sees blood on the wall, and downstairs Young-chul gets his doctor’s bag of instruments from his car.

The landlady is startled when Young-chul returns, and she says nervously that she can get the rent later and tries to leave. Young-chul lets her get outside, then grabs her by the hair and yanks her away from the apartment, scalpel in hand.

After a few false alarms where Dong-chul can see the light on the videos, Se-yeon finally spots a glowing green dot on one video that Hee-jin can see but Dong-chul can’t. It’s in the bushes outside the apartment where Young-chul is busily digging a hole to bury the landlady. Abyss glows so brightly in his pocket that it burns him, and he throws it to the ground, where it lands beside the landlady’s body.

Dong-chul is reluctant to send someone to check on a light that to him doesn’t exist, so Se-yeon runs off, saying that she’ll take care of it herself. She takes Hee-jin with her, and Dong-chul calls Detective Choi to follow them, still not really sure what’s happening.

Young-chul dumps the landlady’s body in the hole, and he notices that Abyss is now glowing blue instead of green. Not nearly so interested with it anymore, he tosses it into the hole with the body. But as soon as he’s finished filling in the hole, he hears a strange noise, and a hand bursts up out of the ground.

Hee-jin tries to talk Se-yeon out of going after Young-chul alone, but Se-yeon blames her judgment for being the entire reason they’re even in this mess, so she backs down. They find an open gate, where they see the recently filled-then-emptied hole in the ground, and blood on the asphalt.

Hee-jin goes inside and finds the body in the bathtub just as Dong-chul calls Se-yeon to tell her that the car they’re tracking just left the area. He uses the CCTV cameras to follow Young-chul’s car and tell Se-yeon where to go.

He’s about to leave to help them, but Detective Choi shows him that Ji-wook already told the media that Cha Min was found dead. Dong-chul just tells Se-yeon to wait and hangs up on her, then she hears the news announcement on their taxi’s radio.

The police station is teeming with reporters when Dong-chul returns. Se-yeon calls him back, but he says he’s confused too. He suggests they let people know about the real Cha Min’s body, but Se-yeon asks for just a little more time.

It’s raining when Se-yeon and Hee-jin get out of the taxi and split up to look for Abyss. Se-yeon tells Hee-jin that if she sees Young-chul, to sweet-talk him so they can catch him.

Young-chul isn’t far away, and he’s on the phone with someone (I’m still guessing it’s Ji-wook). He tells them that he’s got something that can turn the tables in their favor, and they make arrangements to meet up.

Se-yeon sees Young-chul as he’s putting the glowing Abyss back into his pocket and calls Hee-jin to tell her he’s headed her way. Hee-jin spots Abyss’s glow in Young-chul’s pocket, but as she approaches, she sees his face and realizes who it is. She freezes at the memory of him keeping her captive, and suddenly remembers that he was the driver of the truck that killed her.

She trips and falls in surprise, and hides her face from Young-chul with her umbrella. He notices her, so she runs, and crashes into Se-yeon. They go back to Hee-jin’s apartment, where she confesses to Se-yeon that he’s the same man who made her lie on the news then tried to kill her.

Se-yeon asks why Young-chul would do that, but Hee-jin says that he’s not Oh Young-chul, so Se-yeon explains that his appearance changed when he was revived by Abyss. We finally see the man’s face from Hee-jin’s nightmares, and sure enough, it’s a much younger Young-chul who beat her mother and her.

Annoyed that Hee-jin is just now telling her all this, Se-yeon asks what their connection is. But Hee-jin remembers Young-chul’s warning that she’ll end up like her mother if she talks, and she says she can’t do this anymore. She runs out of the apartment, leaving Se-yeon without answers.

Se-yeon finds Hee-jin’s phone in the sofa cushions and takes it to the repair shop. The guy that she’s got illegal dirt on writes her a note that the phone is wiretapped, so she’s careful not to speak and let Young-chul hear her voice.

As Young-chul waits for his partner, his phone notifies him that Hee-jin’s phone has been turned on. He turns on audio and hears the navigation app leading Se-yeon to the hospital where he killed Min. But Young-chul thinks that Hee-jin has her phone, and is surprised that she’s still alive.

Dong-chul is preparing for a media briefing about the case being closed. He’s still trying to talk his boss out of it, since Cha Min’s fresh fingerprints were found at the hospital well after he was supposedly found dead, but he’s ordered to do as he’s told.

Young-chul follows his tracking app to the hospital, while Se-yeon puts on a long-haired wig to make her look like Hee-jin. She calls Dong-chul, who interrupts his briefing to answer, and she tells him who she believes is trying to cover up the truth behind the murders — Oh Young-chul. She says he’s at the hospital right now, and that she’ll keep him busy while Dong-chul sends the police. Dong-chul stalls the briefing by claiming an upset stomach, and he motions to his boss to follow him out of the room.

Se-yeon, in her Hee-jin wig, leads Young-chul to a patient room that’s been labeled with Hee-jin’s name. He goes inside and finds the bed marked as Hee-jin’s, where someone lies sleeping, and Abyss begins to glow and chime. Young-chul reaches out to reveal the face of the person in the bed — and it’s Min’s dead body wearing a long wig.

Stunned, Young-chul stares as Min’s fingers start to twitch… Se-yeon tricked him into reviving Min.

 
COMMENTS

I was all prepared with some harsh criticisms for some issues I have with Abyss (and don’t worry — they’re still coming) but I have to admit that that last twist was pretty clever. I was assuming that Se-yeon’s plan was to kill Young-chul and get Abyss from him, since she’s next in line as its owner, then use Abyss to revive Min. But instead she lured Young-chul to the hospital and got him to resuscitate Min himself, which I wasn’t expecting at all and which just proves that Se-yeon is a pretty smart cookie. My guess is that the “temporary” part of Abyss’s change in ownership will end now that its original owner is alive again, and that Min will be back in control of the orb, which will shift the balance of power between Young-chul and his victims back to a more even distribution.

Although Min was barely in this episode, I spent nearly the whole hour being both angry and annoyed with him. He’s supposed to be intelligent, so I keep waiting for him to smarten up, but he’s driving me nuts. He’s so emotional and he’s got zero chill, so he just says and does whatever strikes him in the moment, even if it could get him killed. What kind of dummy tells a known serial killer that he knows who he is? Now that he’s alive again, I hope he’s a bit more careful and a lot less reckless. And for pete’s sake, I hope he starts listening to Se-yeon — she’s legally savvy and street-smart, and she truly cares for Min and has his best interests at heart. Plus she’s got Dong-chul willing to at least go along with her crazy stories, which is a huge help.

I’m still pretty confused by Hee-jin’s part in the story, and how she fits into Young-chul’s plans. My theory, for what it’s worth (which isn’t much considering the vast swaths of information we still aren’t privy to) is that Hee-jin is Young-chul’s daughter, or maybe his step-daughter. I think it’s likely that Ji-wook is the big brother from Hee-jin’s nightmares, but that he’s Young-chul’s biological son, since Young-chul said that his blood runs in Ji-wook’s veins. There’s likely more than filial piety making Ji-wook help Young-chul hide his crimes, but at this point, there’s no telling. I have a lot more to say about Ji-wook, but since he wasn’t in this episode much, I’ll save it for a future recap.

I’m fully in agreement with Sunny on the fact that I want to like this show, I really want to like it. I love the quirky premise, the characters are complex and sympathetic, and the tone is interestingly dark and mysterious. But information is doled out in such a scrambled, confusing way that it’s difficult to follow along, or remember things that should be key information. Sometimes I feel like this is purposeful, to keep the audience as off-balance as the characters themselves, but at other times it’s as if the writer is just making things up as they go along with no real plan in mind.

For one thing, Abyss’s rules are starting to feel awfully convenient. Every time something shocking happens, we learn of a new rule that explains it, which is beginning to feel a bit too deus ex machina for my taste. I know that Min said he couldn’t read the user manual because it was written in an alien language — but then why do the rules write themselves in perfectly legible Korean around the orb itself? And why do the rules seem to apply differently to different people? If it resurrects people in the form of their true soul, then why is Min a random handsome guy, but Se-yeon looks like a former colleague that she hates, Young-chul became an older version of himself, and Hee-jin didn’t change much at all? I still feel like the writer knows the answer to these questions, but it’s time to let the audience in on some of them, because without clear rules set up in advance, it’s getting harder to trust that there are plausible explanations for these inconsistencies.

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It was the episode where I dropped this drama.

Things I can believe: there are Aliens and there is an Abyss marble that resurrects people

Things that I struggle with: you can see that small ball (marble) perfectly on CCTV.

Last week a beanie suggested that people get resurrected as people they hate, and I liked that theory a lot. Then Hee-Jin looks like herself because she hates herself.

However, I no longer care enough to find out if that is right or not.

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Agree. And I find it hard to believe that you'll retain your original fingerprints when you get a new body.

I can suspend my disbelief for many things...but this is just illogical.

#itried

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Somebody please explain, because if these were explained in the show, I missed it.
Now it's evident Abyss doesn't reincarnate a soul into a different body, but simply gives it a matching "outer cover". This is why there are no dead bodies, fingerprints being the same and why Hee-jin looks the same(She too was probably given a new face, but it's the same as the older one).
Anyway, Se-yeon now looks like a person who already exists, and now she's masquerading as that person right? Isn't she concerned about what might happen if somebody catches the fraud or what if the real Mi-do suddenly drops by?
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Also, why the hell is the orb is named "Abyss"? So far it looks meaningless and unrelated?

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This episode was the best so far! Only Park Bo-young, yayyy ! And her character is the smartest! I think Min's dumb actions are what will keep this show moving. I love the show's fast pace and I think this episode was not as confusing and scrambled as the previous one. I'm enjoying it the way it is but yeah, I agree with you, about the Abyss rules.
The hand coming out of the grave was so eerie, if only it could have happened after Young - chul left. There are just so many scenarios one could come up with, with a concept like Abyss. Liking it!

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I like it, but... how did she get Min's body out of the morgue and into the hospital room?

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I am trying so hard to like this, I like both actors, I like the supernatural elements but something doesn’t gel here. The episodes seem to drag. Especially this one when Min was lying dead the whole time there wasn’t much to interest me.

I think one of the keys to such a mystery drama is to have a compelling villain who either entertains you or make you emphatize or pity him even a little bit while you are hating him. That’s what I liked about Min Joon Gook or Nam Goong Min’s villains in The Girl Who Sees Smells and Remember – Son’s War. This guy is positively boring. I can’t feel anything but hate towards him.

Add the stupidity of the characters to it and there's nothing there to salvage it but curse my completistism (did I just make up a word?) for some odd reason I can't seem to drop it.

What happened to ex fiancé’s eyebrows? Did they get tired of putting on the make up and gave up? By the way, my feeling about her being sent to Min with a purpose from the beginning is strengthening.

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Oh! Ji Wook send Heejin to seduce Cha Min because he could see that Se Yeon cares for Cha Min or perhaps he sees Cha Min as an eyesore he wanted to get rid from Se Yeon's side? I mean, he looks interested in Se Yeon in the earlier episode.. but then after knowing Se Yeon's progress on the case, he change his mind and thinks that he needs to kill her? I suspect he is also involved in killing that Park Gi Man's daughter. Let's say Son the Stabber, and Dad the Seamstress?

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Thanks @lollypip
Until you put it into words, I was dumbfounded as to who the long-haired character in that bed was. LOL. Couldn't recognise Min lying down in a wig.

I'm interested that this story is not side-lining Hee Jin but suggests that she may have a bigger role to play. Seeing her abused as a child suddenly adds a certain pathos to her character and gets me trying to justify what she did to poor Min. Since lying and deception come easily to her, it must have been the means she used to get out from under the grip of her abusive home.

I hope we get to see more of Ji Sook's backstory too. Show paints him as shady and covering up for Yeong Chul, but I hope that's not all there is to Ji Sook.

So Yeon's character with Dong Chul as sidekick is really the mainstay of this story. Without her smarts and action, there would have been nothing but endless murders and a phantom killer.

I'm trying to imagine what the future holds for So Yeon and Cha Min. Even when he is cleared and they are safe, they will forever remain with those 'new' bodies, but with better dispositions that enable them to appreciate the persons they are, regardless of their looks.

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Min made one ugly woman. Lol.

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It is becoming Amess and not Abyss. So many Ahjussi out to kill each other. The flashback in a flashback is too hard to brain when there is a lack of character development. Between Cha Min and Se Yeon also superficial as we do not know the feelings or closeness to each other. The only reason I watch is because of Park Bo Young spunky character.

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I'm really liking this. It's now one of my drama crack. My big problem now is the second lead syndrome. I know cop wannabe-boyfriend is really in love with the other prosecutor who is now conveniently absent so i'm hoping he gets at least one of those women. Why did our heroine resurrect with someone else's face though?

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Why they look different? They are reincarnated to look like their soul, and the soul is how we see ourselves. So, one of them sees themselves.

As for the eyebrows and the freckles, she just put make up on to cover it up. She envisioned herself before the improvements she made.

I liked the ending, but this show is still a hot mess.

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Had this show been done nicer, we could have a quirky-unlikely-duo of Heejin/SeYeon teaming up to outsmart Yeong Chol.. and perhaps these two can bond a litte that Se Yeon can knack some sense to Heejin. I was lowkey wishing for their duo when Cha Min died last episode, they seem to be headstrong character and their last brief interaction last episode was quite funny. But LOOK AT WHAT THE SHOW HAD DONEEE! *cries* Ogling CCTV to look for the thing? Whose stupid suggested it??? *fliptable

I really think this episode is the worst out of six that I've seen from this series. There's still 10 more episodes to go? I.. don't know if I want to see more..................................... *cries *wails

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geeze what i really don't like is how stupid min can sometimes be. i remember there were multiple times throughout this episode where i was like STFUUU or WHY ARE YOU DOING THISSS.

i forgot, but one scene i remember is where young-chul could see the marble, and then min kept waving the marble in his face and was like you can see this?? really??? can you see this?

LIKE YES WE'VE ALREADY CONFIRMED HE CAN SEE THIS. cant he put two and two together that only person left he has revived = murderer hence this old guy = murderer lol

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this was actually the episode that cooled my hate and halted my frustrations! temporarily. Se-yeon is just INCREDIBLE. but there are still lots of questions, which @lollypip asked that I didn't even think about. I get that it's a mystery and we can't be spoon fed everything, but some more clarity would be nice. four episodes in and I was fully prepared to merely tolerate the show just for SK's greatest actress PBY, but now I'm fully invested.

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Min figures out Doc is Oh Young-chul because he can see Abyss. So smart. "You're Oh Young-chul, aren't you?" So dumb. Min hits Oh Young-chul with a pipe despite being half-dead. Good boy. "I'm fine." Bad boy. I knew Min was under the covers, but I wish we saw how Se-yeon moved his body from the morgue to the room without Dong-chul's help. Se-yeon's bait-and-switch was brilliant, but Oh Young-chul should have recognized "Hee-jin" was shorter.

As Hee-jin's real name is Oh Soo-jin, she must be Oh Young-chul's daughter, and Oppa must be Ji-wook. During her captivity, I wondered why Hee-jin had never questioned why her father turned into an old man, but we found out the reason was because she believed he was a henchman. Who was the man who kidnapped her at the airport?

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Min hatches a really dumb plan

I hope you wrote a macro for that statement 'cause otherwise typing it out over and over might give you carpal tunnel.

In fact, I'm pretty sure the name of this show is Abyss: Mins' dumb plans 1 through 16.

Here's the thing though - I actually really liked this episode. It's just so... so completely random and mad. It's like they invented a new brand of makjang involving aliens and body swapping.

Nothing has any point. Nothing makes sense. It opens up the possibility that maybe, just maybe, everything has a point and everything makes sense. And if that's the case, I want to see if the writers can pull it together.

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Ok - I got a mental whiplash trying to make sense of this episode. Since I can't even begin to ask some of the most complicated questions, I will start with the simplest...how the heck did Min's mother track down Hee-jin who is staying in the apt that is supposed to belong to Min-do (remember, they got the apt. info from her new law firm). She didn't even turn on her old back phone after the accident, so the most the Mom would have been able to track her to is the park where the accident happened. What am I missing here??? Someone please explain......

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