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Vagabond: Episode 2

Get ready to breeze through another fast-paced hour of intrigue as our heroic stuntman desperately tries to convince everyone else that he’s not insane and that the crash of the B357 was more than a simple mechanical failure. But that’s not a simple task when all the evidence suggests he might actually just be crazy.

 
EPISODE 2 RECAP

After successfully escaping from Dal-geon’s intense pursuit, Scar, the lone survivor of the plane crash retreats to a hideout, and digs under the symbol tattooed on his chest to pull out some sort of tracking implant.

Meanwhile, Dynamic System’s chief negotiator EDWARD PARK (Lee Kyung-young) belatedly introduces himself to the rest of the family members of the crash victims. The mob furiously swarms the company representative, dumping trash on him and hurling insults, which he meekly accepts, encouraging them to vent their frustrations on him.

Chief Park’s tactic pacifies the crowd, and he explains that while Dynamic System urged him to get the cheapest possible settlement, he is actually on their side. He regales the audience with a story of how his own wife and daughter were killed in a plane crash too, and he wants to avenge their death by getting back at Dynamic System.

He soberly recounts the individual tales of the victims to their family members, and his seemingly earnest appreciation for the plights of the victims and their families quickly turns the room from angry to sorrowful as they reflect on their losses.

During the speech, supposed intern Hae-ri takes a call from her real boss and wanders out of the room for some privacy. Just then, Dal-geon drags himself past her into the meeting, visibly injured from his chase through the Moroccan streets.

Dal-geon stuns the room with his claim that he saw a survivor, and his suspicion that said survivor orchestrated the crash. His story comes off as lunacy at first, but he insists that Hae-ri also saw the man, and shows everyone the SNS video of the supposed terrorist to confirm.

Hae-ri, though, can’t remember for certain, so she suggests checking the airport CCTV to confirm it instead.

At the airport, the footage isn’t exactly conclusive, but it does seem the man Dal-geon chased did not have the obvious scar on his face. Dal-geon continues to insist the man he chased was the passenger, but the group of loved ones leave upset at Dal-geon for leading them on a wild tangent.

Meanwhile, Scar meets a contact who brings him intel on Dal-geon, surprised that his pursuer is a mere stuntman. Despite orders to leave the country, Scar refuses to embark until taking care of everything in Morocco.

Later that night, a hooded assailant breaks into Dal-geon’s hotel room to confiscate any evidence Dal-geon is keeping inside.

At the same time, Dal-geon tracks down Hae-ri’s address, and tries to break in himself, but she sneaks up behind him with a gun pointed at the back of his head. During a tense stand off, Dal-geon wonders if she might be working with the terrorists herself, but she scoffs at his crazy conclusion.

But Dal-geon seizes the opportunity and quickly disarms Hae-ri, turning the gun on her as he continues his interrogation of her. Hae-ri just seems annoyed with him, and tells him to just shoot her since he’s clearly crazy.

Turns out the gun is empty, so instead he restrains Hae-ri and brings her inside so he can dig through her apartment. He uncovers Hae-ri’s plethora of fake passports and her NIS badge.

But Dal-geon doesn’t buy her story, and it’s only after Chief Min, her boss in the NIS, calls and confirms her position that Dal-geon gives in and sets her free. And the first thing she does is give him a big slap across the face for his actions. Ha.

Afterwards, Dal-geon reveals his purpose for seeking out Hae-ri: he brought the video that his nephew Hoon shot on the plane, and asks Hae-ri to analyze it for him to see if there’s any additional clues.

She resists at first, but Dal-geon badgers her into complying by showing her name on the official invitation for the martial arts team, and argues that she is also somewhat responsible for what happened.

When Dal-geon finally leaves, he notices a suspicious car parked nearby, and Scar is waiting inside with a gun, there to tie up the loose ends left by Dal-geon. Before Dal-geon gets close enough to see him though, some locals saunter by and distract him, and Scar casually drives away without incident.

Hae-ri analyzes the video, clearly annoyed with Dal-geon blaming her for what happened. She notices Scar making a phone call in the video, so sends it back to her friend in the NIS to further look into it.

Back in Korea, President Jung and his top ministers discuss the offers from Dynamic System and John & Mark Asia for the national defense contract, and President Jung seems to be swaying toward John & Mark’s bid due to public sentiment after the crash.

In Morocco, Dal-geon and the families of the victims gather to honor those lost in the crash with a solemn vigil, and everyone breaks down into sorrowful tears as they say goodbye to their loved ones.

At a press conference, the companies bidding for the Korean national defense contract field questions about their suitability for the role, and Jessica directly attacks the quality of Dynamic System’s planes after what happened in Morocco.

A senior NIS official, CHIEF KANG (Lee Ki-young) watches on with interest. After the ceremony (and some chiding from chief Min), chief Kang gets a call from Hae-ri, who asks to see the black box data from the crashed plane.

Hae-ri reveals that one of the passengers possibly survived, and adds that she also went to Lisbon to investigate Michael’s death on behalf of chief Kang, who suspects foul play. He promises to see what he can do for Hae-ri in regards to the black box.

As he ends his call, chief Kang introduces himself to Jessica as she passes by, and she recognizes him as a friend of Michael. Chief Kang wonders why Michael would kill himself, and Jessica alludes to some lady problems as the reason, but refuses to go into details.

In the Moroccan airport, the group of loved ones prepares to depart, but Dal-geon is not with them, as he wants to stay behind to catch Scar instead. Nearby, Scar is eavesdropping on their conversation.

Meanwhile, Dal-geon tries to access Hoon’s video again, but finds it was deleted. He rushes back to his hotel room and the entire room is ransacked. He spots a man fleeing from the scene and dives off the balcony to chase after him, but the thief escapes easily on a motorcycle.

Dal-geon recalls seeing a suspicious janitor leaving his room as well, and when he heads back inside the janitor spots takes off running as well. Dal-geon catches up to him in the kitchen, and tries to get the janitor to talk by threatening to dunk his head in a vat of boiling water.

Just then, the police arrive on scene and, seeing the scene in front of them, immediately arrest Dal-geon.

Back in Korea, Hae-ri’s NIS buddy gets the audio analyzed from the video file, and the analyst realizes that Scar was speaking Spanish in the call. They forward their findings to Hae-ri.

Before Hae-ri can take a look, though, her colleague calls her out to help Dal-geon with his police situation. After she leaves, Scar breaks into her apartment and finds Hoon’s video file is still on her computer, much to his chagrin.

In prison, Dal-geon reminisces about his first time meeting Hoon, who was abandoned at an orphanage by his mother. Dal-geon reluctantly took Hoon in with him, but quickly bonded with the boy over a play fight.

Dal-geon gets pulled into an interrogation room with Hae-ri and her colleague to speak for him, as the police take accounts from him and the janitor.

The janitor insists that he only fled after he saw the room was tossed, but Dal-geon argues that the janitor and Scar must be working together. When the hotel confirms that the janitor is a regular member of their staff, Dal-geon adds that the hotel must be in on it too.

Dal-geon’s claims come across as mad ramblings, so the police let the janitor off with no further questions and attempt to escort Dal-geon back to his cell. Dal-geon snaps, however, and takes the janitor hostage instead, threatening to stab him in the neck if he doesn’t confess to working with Scar.

The police warn Dal-geon that they will shoot him on the count of three if he doesn’t release the janitor, but when the count finishes, Hae-ri jumps in front of him to protect him. The cops just agree to also shoot her too if Dal-geon persists, and this finally snaps him out of it, tossing the janitor aside.

Hae-ri returns to her apartment afterward, and Scar waits inside to ambush her, ready to garrote her. However, just before she heads inside, she gets a call from chief Kang, who tells her to meet a contact nearby who will let her access the black box for the flight, and she treks off to check that instead.

She meets the contact, Doctor Kim, who shows her the recordings from the cockpit during the flight. Hae-ri takes note of the co-pilot speaking Spanish over the phone prior to the flight, and compares the translated transcript to the call Scar made in Hoon’s video.

The two conversations line up perfectly, as Scar and the co-pilot sync their watches and prepare for a prearranged “meeting” later in the flight. The wheels are spinning inside Hae-ri’s head as she considers what it all means.

As Dal-geon finally gets released from prison, Hae-ri connects all the dots: The B357 crash was an act of terrorism.

In a post-credits scene we see Hae-ri applying for her position in the NIS, using her dad’s heroic military history (saving eight soldiers from a fire) to try to gain favor. It turns out, however, the interviewer was one of the eight saved, and he is unimpressed with her attempt to gain clout, cutting off her interview abruptly.

 
COMMENTS

There was a little bit of doubt coming in to this episode as to whether Hae-ri was perhaps involved in the larger conspiracy at hand, but all of those doubts were cleared up here. Hae-ri seems to be positively on the non-evil side which if I’m being honest I’m a little disappointed in, though only because it would have been a bit more interesting if she was involved. Instead she seems set up to be the standard, somewhat ditsy, working woman who gets caught up in a giant mess thanks to our hero, and the lack of complexity would be a bit dissatisfying.

That said, she does have a bit of shrewdness to her in how she presents herself to others. We saw this in the previous episode where she played off her airheadedness to gather intel on the consul without arousing suspicion, and again in the post-credits scene where she tries to manipulate her way into the job. I wonder how she managed to get the job after that disaster of an interview. I think this is probably a good balance for Suzy, because as LollyPip argued previously, she’s probably not suited to match Lee Seung-gi’s intensity one-for-one, so if she can find that sweet spot between too silly and too intense then she might be able to avoid becoming too much of a distraction.

I’m curious what direction they’re planning to go here, plot-wise, to keep things interesting. As it stands right now we are looking at a pretty simple setup with some clear bad guys, and with Hae-ri’s alignment being cleared up already there’s not a whole lot of mystery as to what the driving force of the plot is going to be. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of opportunity for crazy twists as I kind of feel like we know where almost everyone stands in the conflict, even most of the background characters.

Which is fine if we’re just treating this as a breezy blockbuster action-flick type of show that you don’t really want to think critically about, but I’d like to hold out hope that there’s a bit more substance here to latch on to. Not that I’ll complain if it’s just 16 episodes of everyone’s favorite puppy beating up bad people. But, we still haven’t met Shin Sung-rok’s character yet, and for my money, he’s the best villainous actor you can find out there, so hopefully his introduction will bring some exciting complexity to the show that we haven’t necessarily seen thus far. One way or the other, I’m optimistic that we’re in for a good time along the way.

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Ahhh a Lee Seungi served piping hot, batshit crazy, and suicidal, fresh in the morning. Just how I like him.
*sips martini*

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Never change.

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Wait let me check my schedule. *flicks pages of a bulky diary*
Nope, no plans to change in the near or far future! Don't you worry!

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Uhmmm you’re adding to your list of titles?

Or is this like the old philosophy question about mathematics - when we make advances in mathematics, are we uncovering mathematics that has always existed in nature, or are we creating it? In other words, when we see a new title added to the titles of the Queen of Melonia, is that a newly created thing or did it always exist in Nature and we are only seeing it now?

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gELFLING!!!
*coughs*
*ahem*
Sorry.
Yes it would be the latter.

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Is SSR playing a major role? No? Guess I won't be watching this then.

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Is it the batshit crazy that's making him suicidal, or the suicidal that's making him batshit crazy? I am suddenly reminded who fits that description, and after thinking for one minute, I remember who. It's Hyuk in TLE. *CRIES*

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I'm still sad SSR aka Ki Tae Woong did not appear in ep 2. 😢

Anyways...Dalgun is so erratic meanwhile Scarface (why does evil people need to have a scar of their face?) is so lucky. Scarface is always near but never caught. Hahaha

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*looks in the mirror at scars on face

Hmm.

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What scar egads? You look flawless in your DB profile pic and also in discord.

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I had a wild childhood of falling face first, a lot.

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Egads has a scarred heart. Despite her flawless appearance.

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I also have a scar on my face. This explains a lot.

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I too have a scar on my face.
Actually, most people I know have a scar on their face, usually the eyebrow.

The scar on my eyebrow is from somersaulting on the parents bed as a child and hitting the dresser face first.
My little brother and I did the exact same thing a day apart: he got stitches, I got steri strips, I was jealous.

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If you don’t have scars from play, you didn’t play hard enough.

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I have a scar on my.....knee. It is a very tiny scar. I scrapped it when I was seven. Does a scar on the knee elevate me to the ranks of Brooding Scarred Individuals?

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I have a scar under my chin from when I fainted in a bike shop and slammed my chin into the spikes they store the bike on.

I have a scar on my ankle from when I tore it out my heel on a bicycle when I was four.

I have a scar on my foot from a stone that plummeted into it from... nowhere as far as I could tell.

And I have a giant giant giant... hysterectomy scar. Which is like the badass brutal knife wound of womanhood.

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I have the least interesting scars of my whole family alas.
but @yyishere, I also tripped on a rock and scarred my knee when 7 ish, and I cut open my foot on the side of a bench when swinging between it and a chair, so sure, join us, why not.

@leetennant my younger brother had his appendix out when he was five, and was too small for keyhole surgery so he has this nice two inch scar on his stomach now. He likes to tell people he was mugged. They believe him.

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That thread remind me that I have very kdrama scar too! On my cheek from close encounter with @sincerelytod cousin Tractor of Doom. Now I can start fully embracing my inner Kdrama villain, muahaha.

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I have a scar from...oh yeah childbirth *boring*

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If we're discussing scars, i have em on my knees and elbow from: tripping off a small drain, pushed off a bus, tripped during a 3-legged race aaand regular old acne makes me a scarface too..

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I think a disclaimer is required...evil people in 'Kdramas' need to have a scar on their face to showcase their evilness 🀣

It is not applicable to real life people with scar on face. Hahahah

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Oh what we're not evil? Lame/

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Sic, we can be evil if we want to. Just ignore the disclaimer

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Oh phew!! 🀭

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Hahaha. Be evil all you want. The disclaimer is not applicable to all 🀣

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It's not to show their evilness, it's to make them easily recognizable. The plot serving the hero essentially. If the guy didn't have a scar on his face would Dal-geon immediately recognize him from the video and expect Hae-ri to remember, or the scar be a deciding point for the airport surveillance video?

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That's right, without the giant scar it would make it improbable that he would recognise him when he saw him in the airport.
And we wouldn't want something improbable to happen...

The visual coding on who's evil in this show is so hilariously obvious that we started playing some kind of Bad Guy Spotto whenever someone turned up in a clear Bad Guy outfit.

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Ah. The post that answers my questions. Am not watching this because SSR's not the lead. I'll just come and whine every now and then just to bug you all.

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I'm not expecting logic, deep meaning, or even exceptional anything, but I am having fun watching this so far. So, I'll just enjoy the ride for now. Looking forward to Royal Hotness finally show up and class up the works, but LSG and Suzy are doing a fine job of entertaining me so far.

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Did you know that there is a drama called V**gra Bond in an alternate reality? After the pill that shall not be named, or this comment will never see the light of day. The tagline:

My name is Bond. V*agra Bond.

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Is the lead Hot Cold CEO? Will he have an identity change to get away from Errand Boy Girl?

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Woohoo, Regals is back! Loving Seunggi in this, and liking Suzy just fine. At least she's not just hanging around and crying, a la MOA. Very much looking forward to Shin Sungrok -- even if he is a good guy, he always has that potential in my brain to go bad at any moment.

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β€œ He uncovers Hae-ri’s plethora of fake passports and her NIS badge.” in a cardboard box, mixed in with her bras? Even basic corporate travels are given the training and required to have better security practices for one’s self and one’s stuff, especially IT stuff.

Is she an inept agent, or is she acting like an inept agent for some hidden purpose?

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oBVIOUSLY nOBODY would EVER think of looking in the lINGERIE BOX, that would be *scandalous*.
I hope she's inept cos that will be funnier.

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She is not even bothered acting like an inept agent. What kind of inept agent will point a blank gun at a prospective thief with an umbrella and still get herself apprehended afterword?

I was actually away for a split second for that scene and was not bother to rewind to see how LSG did that. Not a good sign.....

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NIS Candy.

Because her vocation is less important than her "ordinary woman caught up in something larger " shtick.

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A real missed opportunity by the creative team. A competent analyst but new to field work type of agent would have made the story much more attractive.

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Oh, and a rhetorical question. Did our NIS agent make and secure back up copies of the video clip?

@lordcobol raised a Hurray in the RHGHR comments because someone ACTUALLY made a backup copy, and used it. Are we inf or another Hurray or an eye roll?

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I was screaming at him to make copies and not leave his one copy with Hae-ri. Fortunately he had another one in the safe... which wasn't so safe after all.

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See I'm just laughing cos it's like the cat and mouse game in The Secret Life of My Secretary with the Fish Cult USB all over again.
LSG downloads the clip, puts a copy in the safe, puts a copy on a usb, and gives it to Suzy.
The original clip is removed and the safe is raided.
Suzy sends the clip to her friend in Korea, who also puts it on a usb.
Suzy's copy is removed.
Suzy's friend gives it to another NIS agent.
And so on and so forth.
Eventually we will have to go to Korea to remove the rest of the copies.
Will it end happily like in TSLOMS? Or will this hilarious cat and mouse game end too soon?
Who knows!

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See episode 4 for who gets it next!

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I can’t wait to see how fish will be involved

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Oops, I mean episode 3.

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And I thought /I/ was in the furture...

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I doubt that they will have enough backups. They need to fill the next 7 weeks with struggles to find other evidence.

As for the backup in Rookie Historian, it may have been the first one in kdramaland from the point of view of our viewing sequence, but it was probably the LAST one in historical sequence :)

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😍😍😍😍😍

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I feel this drama will have a lot of plot twist... loving it

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I don't trust Hae-Ri. She was definitely in Portugal wearing a black hood when the guy Michael died. It would be eerily good for the show if she is a double agent, first as the assassin and then as the NIS agent who comes to check on the victim. Or... (other theory): the corruption goes all the way up into the NIS and she knows it, so she's going through loopholes instead of asking her direct boss for help.

Either way, who keeps NIS badges in their closet if they don't want to be found out? Is she really a bit ditzy, or is it all an act? By the way, for some reason I thought she was lying in that final interview and the interviewer caught her, but still gave her the job because she's good at lying (I am still in a hangover after Arthdal, so forgive me if I see manipulative liars everywhere).

Overall the political and business side of things is not very exciting, but I'm here for Lee Seung Gi running around like crazy, and I'm not sure on which side Suzy is so I'll keep watching for now.

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I think seeing manipulative liars everywhere *is* the right state of mind for viewing this drama.

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I think Suzy wants to be a Live Hero, which is usually a good way to get dead. But this is a kdrama and she is the FL, so...

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In Mission Impossible, female spies wear high heels and talk without their lips moving. Way cooler that way. They also ride high- powered bikes and don black leather.

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That’s a lot more interesting than a stretch limo in the middle of nowhere. There are many episodes left, so we can hope!

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The theif came to Dal Gaon's house in the night..so who was that theif he saw in the morning?

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That's answered in Episode 3 - (SPOILERS) - first thief deleted the videos, second thief stole the laptop and later destroyed it.

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Thanks @katakwasabi for the timeline information in the previous recap. I totally missed that the crash happened in 2012. This time jump makes me wonder why Dal-geon couldn’t get justice for so long and makes me suspect he will be jailed or something (I haven’t watched episode 3 yet). And maybe Hae-ri went undercover to uncover the truth during his absence, that is why he is so shocked to see her where she was in the opening scene. As this is not a legendary saga I doubt we will see the intervening years so we need a time jump to get from 2012 to 2019 during which the hero is inactive.

This jump has some implications that may drive the plot: The plane contract would have been decided years ago and there would be now many more vested interests in trying to justify their decisions and keep the truth buried (e.g. the president and his people).

The amount of power the conspirators have is staggering. They can easily break into the hero’s cloud and delete his files. They can change a foreign country’s airport surveillance recordings. Clearly I have a problem with suspending my logic!

And the stupidity of the good guys is reminiscent of Abbys. Thank God Dal-geon had given Hae-ri a copy of the video. Wouldn’t you make many copies of such a evidence and keep in various places when you know what your opponent is capable of???

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@katakwasabi Thanks also for the reminder that Scarface is Ragaz. I would have never recognized him. Oh, what a mane of glory and a b it of make up can do!

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Maybe the plane conspiracy is just the opener for a bigger mess? I don't think the plane crash will be dragged until ep 16. For now I'm just going along with this. Ki Tae Woong has yet to appear. I'm waiting for him. I haven't watch ep 3 yet. Haha

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I want him to be the lead. *SULKS*

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I want is more screentime for Ki Tae Woong. *sulks too*

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Is he going to make a new drama? A proper one, nothing fantastical.

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@yyishere he has no new drama yet. He has 2 musicals until March 2020. I don't think he'll make a drama comeback anytime soon. Hua3.

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Side thought: I’m so happy to see Seo Yul’s minion from Chief Kim here

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Omg you’re right! The grey-haired mysterious ahjussi! He still has great hair. πŸ˜†

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Is grey hair the secret behind the mystery of a man?

It is amazing how many comments I have posted without even watching a single episode.

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I am almost tempted to watch this to join the snarky beautiful people commenting here. They are my most favourite people in the world. Right. I have commented utter nonsense in three posts. Will I see the glint of that rooftop today?

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Your posts were inspiring. They inspired me so much I joined in.

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Likewise. My mouth is still gaping at your litany of scars. You win. Hands down.

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I feel bad for laughing about your bicycle shop scar. Most of my scars are bicycle related but they involved actually riding the bike.

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I really hope Suzy is under double undercover, she is actually smooth assassin pretending to be dumb NIS agent pretending to be ditzy embassy intern.

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I'm really hoping that Suzy's character acted as a dumb agent. The facts she lost against DG so easily, she screamed "No, don't open" like yeah if you ask he won't open..., are worried me. In While You're Sleeping, I was "cool she has powers", instead of that her powers were useless and it was LJS, of course, who had the cool ones. Now, I thought she was a badass black op and it looks like she a black sheep agent nobody wants in Korea and LSG seems to be more competent...

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Black ops, black sheep - just a minor translation error from the marketing department.

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I just repeated episode 1 and I have to ask. Did Ragaz use his neanthal strength to headbutt cha Dal Gun out of the car or am I seeing double??

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"Hae-ri seems to be positively on the non-evil side which if I’m being honest I’m a little disappointed in, though only because it would have been a bit more interesting if she was involved."

Well, I am glad Hae-ri is on the non-evil side. I doubt if she is, how can Suzy handle such a role. She is a shallow actress, and she's probably not IU.

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Seems like Li Seung Gi is getting attacked non-stop in these first few episodes, not sure how he's going to survive to the end if he keeps getting attacked by highly trained assassins!

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