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Vagabond: Episode 10

This show is such a roller coaster — every time I think our heroes have gotten themselves into a situation they can never survive, they manage to find the most implausible escape route. Then just when it seems they finally have the upper hand, a new traitor is discovered and it all goes wrong again. But it’s a roller coaster that’s still a lot of fun, and I can’t help enjoying the ride.

 
EPISODE 10 RECAP

President Jung delivers his speech to parliament, arguing his case for a budget increase to buy new fighter planes from John & Mark. Meanwhile, as Dal-geon and Hae-ri face the strike team with their leader and Kim Woo-gi as hostages, Tae-woong watches the standoff via the Embassy’s security cameras. He grits his teeth, determined to follow orders and not get involved, but it’s clear he’s struggling.

The strike team leader orders his men to shoot, and Woo-gi freaks out when a laser target centers on his chest. Suddenly someone throws the breakers, making the room slightly darker than it already was, and Dal-geon and Hae-ri run for cover when the strike team starts shooting.

Our guys run into Tae-woong in the hallway, and Tae-woong aims his gun at them… then shoots at the strike team as they start to catch up. Se-hoon turns the breakers back on, blinding the strike team in their night goggles, giving Dal-geon and Tae-woong a chance to take some of them out.

Hae-ri opens the armored door to the Embassy’s security room, and our team run inside to safety as the metal doors shut behind them. Tae-woong watches the CCTV feed while Hae-ri gets another call from Micki, Edward park’s assistant. All she hears is Micki saying, “You must… there’s no other way!” before the call is disconnected.

She tells Dal-geon, and he sees the timer that Hae-ri set on her phone on Micki’s orders, which has less than seven minutes left. Se-hoon and Tae-woong watch as the strike team lay some dynamite under the armored door to their room, and Tae-woong screams for Dal-geon and Hae-ri to get away from the door just in time for them to avoid being blown to bits.

Our guys take what cover they can, and bullets fly from both sides as the strike team force their way into the security room. Eventually our side runs out of ammo, and Tae-woong and Se-hoon pull out their knives, prepared to go out fighting.

Dal-geon still has Hae-ri’s phone with the running timer, and he gets an insane idea. He jumps out right in front of the strike team, waving the timer at them and bluffing that there’s a bomb in the room. He tells the team leader that they’ll all die if he doesn’t stop the timer, but the strike team leader calls his bluff and lets the timer run down to zero.

And then there’s a loud BOOM, and the entire strike team disappears, along with half of the floor. OMG there was a bomb!

Outside, Lily and Do-su hear the explosion, and Lily almost looks impressed that someone blew up the Embassy. Do-su is impressed that Lily could tell it was C4 just from the sound, and she says she had military training in the U.S. (Is anyone else shipping them like I am?)

Once our guys recover from the explosion, they get up to marvel at the giant hole in the floor, with the bodies of the strike team lying at the bottom. The leader is still alive, and he tries to reach his phone to answer a call from Director General Ahn, but Tae-woong kicks the phone away. He calmly shoots the strike team leader, then the rest of the strike team one at a time,just to make sure. Whoa, badass.

While the others gape at Tae-woong in surprise, Woo-gi makes a run for it. Dal-geon goes after him, but Tae-woong holds Hae-ri back and tells her that she has to get Woo-gi back to Korea alive. He explains that he received an order to kill them from Director General Ahn, and when Hae-ri asks why, Tae-woong says that there’s only one place in Korea with control over the NIS.

He recites a phone number for Hae-ri to memorize, along with the “vagabond” code word. She says that this is beyond her abilities if the government is involved, and Tae-woong agrees, but he says she’s the only one he trusts.

Dal-geon has Woo-gi again by the time Hae-ri catches up to him. They continue through the underground tunnel and eventually emerge in the middle of a street performance. Micki approaches and instructs them to discard their phones so they can’t be tracked, then they follow her away from the crowd.

Back home, President Jung’s speech is met by applause from his supporters. Prime Minister Hong assures him that they’ll get the budget increase, and President Jung brags that he’s the hardest-working president ever.

Tae-woong calls Director General Ahn to report his altered version of the night’s events. He sends pictures of the strike team, dead in the rubble from the explosion, but Chief Min asks why Tae-woong is alive and accuses him of letting Dal-geon, Hae-ri, and Woo-gi escape.

He demands the CCTV footage, but Tae-woong tells him that the strike team messed with the cameras so there’s no video. Director General Ahn yells at Chief Min and storms out, and Chief Min tells the NIS team to contact Interpol to put Tae-woong, Hae-ri, and the rest on their red notice list.

Chief Min calls Secretary Yoon to alert him that they lost Woo-gi, then he bursts into Chief Kang’s holding cell and punches him as hard as he can. Chief Kang plays dumb and fights back until Chief Min pulls a gun on him. Even them, Chief Kang taunts him that he’s never fired a gun or risked his life for a mission, and that he got to his position by kissing up to politicians.

Chief Min doesn’t shoot Chief Kang, but later he gives an agent a vial of poison to lace Chief Kang’s next meal, one that will mimic a heart attack so there’s no autopsy. He watches on the security feed while Chief Kang eats, and as expected, he collapses to the floor clutching his chest. He’s rushed to the hospital, but they’re unable to revive him.

Jessica is on the phone with the Moroccan police chief, who tells her that they’ve set up checkpoints to catch Woo-gi, and that he’ll be killed as soon as he’s found. But when their vehicle is stopped, Micki shows the policeman something on her wrist and he waves them through. Soon after, the corrupt police chief is shot dead by an unseen figure.

Our guys make it to Tangier Port, and while Hae-ri cleans up whiny Woo-gi’s gunshot wound, Dal-geon takes a call from Edward Park. Chief Park says that a cargo ship will arrive early in the morning to take them back to Korea. He explains that this situation goes all the way up to the Blue House, where he thankfully has a high-ranking contact, which is how he was able to save them.

He asks Dal-geon to stop now before his luck runs out, but Dal-geon growls that he wants to be there when Kim Woo-gi goes to court. Chief Park tells him about Oh Sang-mi lying at the press conference and says that they can’t trust the media or law enforcement, so it’s going to be a lonely, difficult battle.

Jessica paces nervously, waiting for the news that Kim Woo-gi is dead. Chief Min assures her that there’s no possible way they’ll make it out of Morocco, and seconds later, Lawyer Han reports that he thinks they made it out of Morocco because the police chief is dead. His guess is that Edward Park is involved, which means he’s more than just a lobbyist and has contacts all over the world.

Secretary Yoon tells Chief Min to order a search warrant for Dynamic, but Chief Min says he already did and it was refused on the grounds that Oh Sang-mi’s testimony isn’t enough evidence. Secretary Yoon says they’ll just need to manufacture some, sure he can outmaneuver Chief Park.

When Tae-woong and Se-hoon arrive at the airport, Chief Min immediately has them arrested. Tae-woong is taken to see Secretary Yoon at the shooting range, and Secretary Yoon points his pistol at Tae-woong’s head. He asks where Kim Woo-gi is, but Tae-woong only tells him to ask Director General Ahn. Secretary Yoon gives him until the count of three to tell him what he wants to know.

While Secretary Yoon counts down, Tae-woong recites the oath he took when he joined the NIS. Secretary Yoon fires… and the bullet grazes Tae-woong’s cheek, but he doesn’t even blink. Secretary Yoon orders Chief Min to have Tae-woong sign a non-disclosure agreement and prepare for a press conference tonight, for which he’ll write Tae-woong’s statement.

After Tae-woong is led out, Chief Min worries that they can’t trust him in front of the media when he’s not even afraid of a bullet. Ignoring Chief Min, Secretary Yoon says that they’ll get their warrant after the press conference, and to give Tae-woong his job back and keep a close eye on him for any clues that he’s a traitor.

On the cargo ship, a restrained Kim Woo-gi is going through withdrawals and screaming for drugs. Dal-geon wears headphones as he searches online for anything about the shoot-out at the embassy in Morocco. He finds nothing, which confirms what Edward Park said about the Korean government being involved.

Eventually he takes off the headphones and Woo-gi starts begging for drugs again. Dal-geon says he needs to get clean, since a junkie’s testimony might not be admissible as evidence. Woo-gi gasps that he won’t testify for Dal-geon, and he threatens to bite his tongue and bleed to death if they don’t give him drugs. So Dal-geon takes off his sock and stuffs it in Woo-gi’s mouth, growling that he’ll make Woo-gi testify.

In a room full of high-tech equipment, Micki reports to someone that everything is going according to plan as she loads her gun. Elsewhere, Hae-ri cries as she thinks about the betrayal of the NIS sending a team to kill them, the innocent children that died on the doomed flight, and the night she witnessed Dal-geon’s grief.

She goes to see Dal-geon and finds Woo-gi alone, so she takes out the sock and asks where Dal-geon is. Woo-gi offers her half the money he earned for crashing the plane to let him go, but Hae-ri just mutters that drugs are dangerous, ha. Woo-gi whines that John & Mark control everything from the media to the NIS, so his testimony won’t even matter.

Dal-geon returns and yells at Woo-gi to shut up, but Woo-gi keeps mouthing off. Dal-geon raises a fist to hit him, but it’s Hae-ri’s fist that lands first.

On the deck, Dal-geon tells Hae-ri that the Korean government is responsible for everything that’s happening to them. He pats her reassuringly, assuming that he’s shocked her, but she brags that she’s an NIS special agent so she’s already worked that out.

Dal-geon says he won’t blame her if she’s not willing to go up against the government, and Hae-ri agrees that she needs her paycheck to support her family. But she says that Hoon, his friends, and her father are watching them, so she wants to ensure this never happens again. She demands a high-five and Dal-geon protests, but just like he did in the jail, he eventually gives her a high-five and a tiny smile.

At Tae-woong’s press conference, he reads the speech written by Secretary Yoon, which accuses Edward Park of having a secret arrangement with Dal-geon and Hae-ri to defame John & Mark by blaming them for the crash. Kwang-deok is there, and he yells that the NIS is lying, and when Security try to remove him, he starts tossing them around the room like ragdolls. They finally gang up on Kwang-deok and drag him out, and Tae-woong continues with photos of the dead agents who attacked them at the embassy in Morocco.

After the press conference, Tae-woong leads a team to arrest Edward Park for colluding with Hae-ri and Dal-geon to kidnap Kim Woo-gi. Chief Park tells Tae-woong that he’s a good liar, but Tae-woong just says they’ll talk later.

When Dal-geon and Hae-ri hear about the press conference, Dal-geon is furious. Hae-ri assures him that Tae-woong wouldn’t turn on them or he’d have killed them at the embassy. She calls the number that Tae-woong made her memorize, and is surprised when it’s answered by the ajumma who runs Bullet Chicken.

Hae-ri says the “vagabond” password, and the chicken ajumma puts her on hold. The phone is picked up a few minutes later by Chief Kang (I knew he wasn’t really dead!), so Hae-ri gives him the information on their arrival. In the meantime, Chief Kang says they need to think of a diversion to keep Chief Min from finding them.

Secretary Yoon and Chief Min watch Edward Park chilling in the interrogation room, having been unable to get him to give anything away. They found nothing in the documents they seized, either, so Secretary Yoon brings in Jessica to put on the pressure.

She asks that the cameras be turned off, then says she doesn’t think Chief Park will be able to bring Kim Woo-gi back to Korea. She says that Dynamic will go bankrupt after his trial and be bought out by John & Mark, and Chief Park marvels that it was never about the F-X Plan, but about taking over Dynamic.

Jessica offers to let Chief Park keep his position as CEO after the takeover, but she says she wants Kim Woo-gi in exchange. In answer, Chief Park leans in to whisper in Jessica’s ear, “Go burn in hell.” He says he’ll let himself be ruined if it’s the right thing to do, and that he’ll never let her have the F-X Plan.

An agent notifies Chief Min and Secretary Yoon that Kim Woo-gi has been located at a port in the south of Spain, and is headed back to Morocco. Hwa-sook gets an alert that Kim Woo-gi is at an airport in France, then reports come in from Italy and Turkey.

Suddenly, a live feed of Dal-geon is hacked onto the main screen, and he notes Secretary Yoon’s presence before asking Tae-woong how he lives with himself. He says that he’s going to destroy them all, giving them a knowing, triumphant smirk.

 
COMMENTS

This show is still bananapants in the some of the best, most ridiculous ways, and one of those is how you really never know what side some characters are on until they do something so incredibly nuts that you wonder how you ever doubted them. I’m pretty convinced of Tae-woong’s loyalty to the side of good, now that he’s given Hae-ri the information on how to find Bullet Chicken and Chief Kang. And I’m thankful now that he is so hard to read, because he can use his extreme poker face to make Secretary Yoon and Chief Min believe that he’s working for them, if not with them. Kudos to Shin Sung-rok, as well, for that press conference scene… you could see how it was killing Tae-woong to make those accusations against Hae-ri and Dal-geon, but he has to play along for now.

Edward Park has also proven his trustworthiness to me, and I’m so glad of that, because he’s obviously got contacts and influences all over the world. With his help, I finally feel confident that Dal-geon will be able to get the justice he needs for Hoon. I’m excited to see what happens next, now that Dal-geon and Hae-ri have gotten back in contact with Chief Min and have Chief Park backing them. I feel like they can finally get the upper hand now that they have access to money and power, since apparently, not even being in custody can stop Chief Park from pulling strings. And can’t wait to find out how Chief Kang was able to fake his death — I’m sure he had the help of the agent who was supposed to poison him, but that also required the cooperation of the hospital on short notice. I’m sure it all comes back around to Bullet Chicken, and I’m incredibly impressed already, even without knowing yet how they’ve managed to get it all done.

I’ll admit that, until this episode, I wasn’t really taking Tae-woong seriously. I saw him as a rigid, rule following paper-pusher with an inflated sense of his own importance, who frankly thought he was better than everyone else. He was helping Hae-ri and Dal-geon, but only so long as those were his orders and not because he actually cared. He’d acquitted himself well during Lily’s ambush, but he wasn’t asked to break any rules so it wasn’t surprising. But I was so happy when Tae-woong decided to go against direct orders and save Dal-geon and Hae-ri from the strike team, because it showed that he’s emotionally involved now, which ill make him a more reliable ally. Then when he coldly shot the entire strike force after the explosion, I finally saw him for the trained soldier that he is. Now I’m kind of terrified of him and I’m very glad he’s on Dal-geon and Hae-ri’s side. And I both agree and disagree with @Regals’ assessment of how Tae-woong feels towards Hae-ri — I do think that his ultimate goal is to toughen her up and make her a good agent, but I also see the petty jealousy whenever Hae-ri pays attention to Dal-geon. He may or may not want her for himself, but he’s used to being the object of her adoration and he’s certainly bothered to see her enjoying Dal-geon’s company.

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Micki is my favorite character. Lily is a firecracker, but Micki is a calm, emotionless badass. Plus Ryu Won is so pretty. I just hope Edward Park is good.

This show continues to be entertaining despite the logic fails and cartoon villains. I don't need romance; just give me plot twists and cliffhangers and action.

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by this time i guess you already knew what Micky is-:)

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I, for one, am not as convinced of Edward Park's honorable intentions as others are. He seems to be so well connected, yet he does the absolute minimum. As for Micki, I have certain suspicions about her as well.

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There's this rather hilarious Doctor Who spoof from the 1990s where something unbelievable would happen and when questioned by his Companion as to how it happened, the Doctor would intone, "I'll explain later" and then never did.

As this show unfolds, I kept hearing Rowan Atkinson's voice repeat the phrase.

How did they plant explosives underneath the Korean embassy in Morocco? [I'll explain later]

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I can make up my own story on how. For instance, they stuffed some C4 on a bunch of rats, tied their tails together and let them loose in the embassy.
The question is WHY??? I thought the objective is to get them to Korea alive. Unless, Edward is also the baddie. But then, why the warning call to Hae Ri?

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Also as far as I'm aware they didn't tell them where those explosives were or that they would definitely go off. As such, our gang (they need a gang name) were in the blast zone when it went off.

How did they survive anyway? [I'll explain later].

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The Looney Toons? That would explain the how.

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I've decided to call them High Five.

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I’m still with the Modern Adventures of the Monkey King. He’s having too much fun to let anything happen to his companions.

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Ah... I like High Five. The writer 's fetish.

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@msrabbit even Dal Geon said ‘suddenly?’ When Hae Ri asked for a high-5 😂😝

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I just thought the details for the bomb was not told on stage but happened in the shadows (EY reference), just to make it suspensful. Well...it just made me confused. I was as confused as KTW when Dalgun suddenly jumped out with a timer in front of the assassins.

I support High 5 as the gang name. Now they should all high 5 each other for moral support and group hug for surviving the blast.

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It was so much in the shadows that I spent a good chunk of the episode wondering how on earth Bullet Chicken pulled it off. I guess it was marginally less ridiculous that it was Edward Park's team instead.

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For a moment I thought it was Haeri and Dalgun's doing which made it even more absurd...how did they get C4? So yeah...Micky and Eddie gang planting the bomb made more sense in this senseless situation. Overall, I'm glad the building didn't cave in and KTW was able to show his badass killing skills. It was the first time I saw Dalgun looking genuinely afraid of someone. Haha

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I don't think the purpose of Stage or Shadow is to make the audience confused, Katak.
Perhaps, all the agents were given some kind of rats magnet as part of their full gear. That is why they conveniently ALL stand together in ONE place to get blown up.
That still doesn't tell us the WHY.

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@Ms Rabbit , yeah it was Edward Park my mistake, but even Jessica's doing during the shoot out while transporting Kim Wol Gi (pilot) made a huge mess too yet no one even investigated it or even made it into newspaper. They (both Edward and Jessica) were too powerful to wrap up that ruckus silently.

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though i have watched till episode 12 yet i haven't yet able to find out how they have planted that C4 in the embassy and how they got to control the media from Morocco to disregard such huge incident? Is Jessica that powerful enough to control everything? Though i'm enjoying watching this drama yet i had to agree that there were a lot of loopholes in the story. I wish they shed some light on those part.

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The embassy bombing wasn't Jessica doing. It's Edward's. This implies that he is not your ordinary lobbyist. He has connections. As to the actual details of how they manage to plant a bomb, that is open to your own interpretation/imagination. The show can't and won't explain that.

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Ohh the plotholes in this drama is bigger than the hole left in the floor after the bombing! I guess writernim also forgot about LiLy and her band of killers as they never chased after Dalgeon.

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So I'm here to read the snarky comments. Laughing my head off as usual. Seriously, the things you guys write here are really so crazy hilarious.

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Then perhaps you should watch the drama, YY. I heard it's even more hilarious. 😉

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so you are not watching the show? wahahaha i thought you were

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I...can't. I just can't do it anymore. I stopped at the needles.

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i mean @Ms. Rabbit perhaps you are also not watching the drama?

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@judepps I dropped after ep. 5 and just reading recaps and all the great commentaries and posts from @katakwasabi and others.

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i had watched until episode 12 yet i only check now to peep for the recap. I was away (out of the country for 2 weeks just to see Chal dae Gun in flesh yes Lee Seunggi!) T'was a dream come true for me after a decade of waiting to see him in person.
I was still ecstatic even after 2 weeks had passed. Only him could turn FM into mini concert and the vocals was just amazing! what really impressed me is his eyes which is full of sincerity. He was very humble and well- mannered person I have ever met. Since i was seated in 2nd row center i can attest to what i'm bragging right now (sorry for turning this comment into fan account) Actually i was trying hard to look for anything which could turn me off and end this decade of craziness yet i just can't find one which made me even crazier now..whahaha

Moving forward, i really loved the intense of this drama the running and shooting scenes had me on the edge of my seat all through out the episodes.

To avoid spoiler i don't want to say something about Micky for now..you gotta find out the revelation on episode 11, also about Chief Gang-:)

All this chasing scenes i know it'll not end easily for CDG and Haeri since the government is their enemy, let alone Jessica is too much to handle for them.

I just wish that nobody from CDG side will be dead because there were a lot of lives which was taken already, i don't want to see someone helping them will be dead too.

On the other side i was in doubt with the Prime Minister interest if he will be on President side until the end. I have a doubt that he is only collecting all the evidence for now and used it later against the President. It's just my opinion-:)

In this drama we can never tell easily who's on the good or bad side except CDG, GHR, Gang, Ki, and GHR's friend add the chicken house..

Looking forward to episode 13 as i heard we have only 1 episode this week due to baseball i guess.

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Only one episode?!?!??? nooooooooooo

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yes, you can check in Netflix only episode 13 is there for this week.. I'm a little sad not because we'll gonna have 1 episode this week but im sad to think that we have 4 episodes left before the drama wraps up. I just can't get enough of craziness as what others called it! I was crazy enough enough to ride with a bang on this Vagabond Voyage anyway-:)

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Ep 10: Ki Tae Woong being badass and given the best lines in the whole series.

Thank you writernims.

End of episode.

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Whoa. That's the shortest post so far, katak. Are you running out of things to say?

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This was the first thought that came to mind for ep 10. KTW was badass 🤩.

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I used to be really confused of Gi Tae Woong's character. There were times I was fond of him. There were times I really hate him but the succeeding episodes starting from Ep 10 kind of served as a redemption for his character (for those who despised him like me).

The show's starting to slowly answer questions that's been mind bugging and unfold revelations in a way that we'd still be shocked and surprised but not too much of a handful. The action scenes brings me at the edge of my seat. Still waiting for certain plot holes to be answered though.

Nice try in the small ship scenes with Dal Geon and Hae Ri but the romance can wait.

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I have a different opinion about KTW...as usual 🤣.

KTW was emotionally involved since the beginning. But he was good at handling his emotions. During his chat with Kang in one of the early episodes (I have quite good recollection of his scenes...for obvious reasons. Haha), he shared he was against covering up or kissing ass, he rather quit than doing any of that.

So....imo he was always emotionally involved but for his own principals and beliefs (like serving the people and nation etc). To him being just and serving the people comes first, hence why he went against orders again and helped them out. This was not the 1st time he went against orders, he was the one who leaked that the plane video was corrupted and allowed himself to be recorded.

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Aha. Another post. And about KTW. Thank you. Is Haeri still in love with him? Is he showing her that he likes her? Or has that plot been thrown away?

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Of course YY. I had a bit of time to think after my first comment and write a longer KTW related comment.

Unfortunately...Rock Candy has officialy sunk. As of ep 10, Dalgun and Haeri are on a physical ship, cruising across the seven seas, high fiving, that alone marks the demise of Haeri x KTW ship. Mianhae YY. Your dream ship is no more.

I say....the only ship for KTW is with justice. Rock Justice will sail and bring down the corrupt NIS bosses. Heh.

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In season 2......

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I knew it. I felt it coming. That sending her out to buy takeaways just felt like it was hopeless. Because it was so DUMB. Why would I fall for a guy who doesn't feel I'm good enough when there's another guy telling me I'm terrific and high-fiving me?

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ㅋㅋㅋ. I think I've commented about this in one of the previous recap(?). Haeri is unprofessional and not trustworthy, even on her errand trip she spills their mission details to Dalgun. I wonder what she'll do if given a bigger task. Dalgun and Haeri actually think alike, act alike, they use each other.....they really are OTP. KTW was added to the mix to bring out Dalgun's jealousy. But who knows maybe it'll change in future eps, when Haeri finally realize how bad of an agent she has been from ep 1-8. Lol! 😅

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I would love to know the inspiration for some of the scenes in the drama. The secretary pointing the gun at our special agent as if he was actually going to the shoot the man, or the bombing of the embassy that apparently no one noticed, there was even a festival nearby, or the dramatic reveal of the very obvious fact that the chief survived. This reminds me of how bad the Iris trilogy was, but more entertaining because it takes itself less seriously. Lmao🤔🤔

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Have you watched Item? That was so, so bad.

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Girl/Boy, I stopped after the first episode, lol.

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So, we have yet another mysterious figure. Who exactly did Park talk to? Someone who happened to have explosives and expert users of those explosives in the Korean Embassy in Morocco. Who would that be in our cast of characters? Someone we’ve seen or someone new?

Why am I asking this? Of this show? It’s a personality defect...logic, reason. To quote Michael Corleone:

"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"

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Lemme guess... cuz it has a lot of explosives and car crashes? 😋

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Park talked to someone?! I didn't even notice 😅. I think somehow Scarface is still alive in Morocco. They never showed his dead body, even if they did he could be alive ala Mr Kang. Scarface is the one who installed explosives....I just want Scarface to return.

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I think that the thing Micky showed the guy on her wrist is a tattoo of the terrorist group that's run by the guy who killed scarface. I also think that Edward Park still is just a lobbyist, just with a lot of connections, just like any good lobbyist. You sometimes need different angles to get what you want. The only difference between him and Jessica is he won't stoop to killing folks and outright treason to get what he wants.

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This show reminds me of an anime show I watched before called Black Lagoon in flavor. The plot is totally different, but the flavor and tongue in cheek humor is similar. At least they're not trying to take themselves too seriously, especially because if you did, none of this would make any sense.

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"I didn't join the NIS to be liked by the Senior Secretary".
My favourite part about this show is that KTW was 100% ready to die right there in the gun range for what he believed in.

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KTW is my favourite. I do believe he is trustworthy and steadfast in his belief that good prevails and justice needs to be uphold. If they make him evil after all this, I will be shocked. He's doing a great job being good under such corrupt bosses.

I'm glad SSR is playing KTW. But honestly if another actor is KTW, I will still like the character (that is if I watch it hahahaha 🤣). He's a great contrast to the main leads.

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He's your favourite Katak??? Really? I hadn't noticed...

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Of course..I've been veryyyyy subtle with who my favourite is. Very, very subtle. Hahaha! 🤭

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It's the most ridiculous drama I ever watched and yet THE MOST ENTERTAINING.

Three hundred, twenty five thousand and two hundred fifty seven bullets used and not one hit any of them.

BTW - did everyone at the embassy was on leave? Did I miss something?

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If you want a “plausible within the story” explanation, try this one.

They were staying in a super secret safe house within the embassy which has very controlled access, limited to NIS agents and their “guests/prisoners”. Thus no embassy personnel show up in the scenes.

The real reason I think is that extras cost extra.

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I'll go with a “plausible within the story” explanation...

for the sake of enjoying the drama.

I think all the money for the extra went to bullet.

Must have used 3000 lb blank bullets

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My thoery is all the embassy employees are in on the conspiracy and wants Dalgun dead because of the heaps of paperwork they had to deal with after he wrecked havoc in Morocco. The others tagging along with him were just collateral damage.

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It's easier if they just lock the five of them, cover all holes and just pump in carbon monoxide into the room while they were sleeping and with 15 minutes they will be dead. I think it's cost less than exporting 20 NIS agents with tons of bullet and they all end up dead.

All those highly trained NIS agents died for nothing!!!! ...

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Great and effective idea! Unfortunately it's not dramatic enough. No kaboom, no grenades, or no Dalgun jumping dramaticaly in front of guns with a timer. Also the highly trained NIS agents were not the brightest, the team lead (supposedly the best of all) shot blindly at a door. That was a moment of stupidity for the trained and seasoned agent.

It's a NIS agent purge. Remove the less superior and leave the best.....but are there any super trained NIS agents left? Seems like they sent all of them to kill 1 civilian. Haha!

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LOL!!!!!!

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Remember mentioned that all the best left a while ago or desposed and remained the lowlifes to say so that were like the leap dogs of others...

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Good suggestion. Considering this is Dal Geon though. I would not be surprised that he somehow have some oxygen tanks on the room and survive.

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No, I don't think he need oxygen tans. He's like those 'pearl diver' that can hold their breath for 20 minutes.

I bet he can last 30 minutes without oxygen.

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Long live Monkey King!

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wahahaha that was hilarious! and this " Long live Monkey King!"

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I'll explain later...

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I'm waiting .......

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The bullets that mysteriously miss is pretty consistent in action films/dramas, so that doesn't bother me so much. (Kind of like how the hero in a sageuk drama always manages to defeat and escape the the 20-30 trained assassins who show up to kill him! Or how - in anything other than a drama with a bit of fantasy in the plot - the hero/heroine manage to survive visibly fatal wounds, all without modern medical procedures, wound sterilization, or antibiotics! Perforated bowels? Ruptured artery? Punctured heart? Just wipe the external would with water, wrap it in a white strip of cloth torn from a shirt or undergarment, and ye shall be healed! Praise the goddess!)

I actually love this drama! It's super fast paced, fun, scary, and has great cliff-hangers. I'm bummed if there's only one episode this week.

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I don't typically do on-air watching but I decided to jump into the band wagon because you guys are hilarious!!! Almost as entertaining as the show itself :D

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I am so enjoying the comments here. It is almost as entertaining as the drama itself. Couldn't reply to the "q" of @sicarius on the thread about my tolerance to fantasy as it didn't give me the option. Anyways, i apologize for not being literarily gifted compared to many here, so I couldn't probably explain myself acceptably. But mostly, tolerance allow me to enjoy the show. Too much nitpicking would rob me of the fun.

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All good. I was just curious as to your view on the subject :)
And I often like nitpicking... 😅😅

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I do that, too... especially when I am not particularly fond of the leads. LOL

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The last scene was quite rewarding,just to see those jerks faces when Dal Geon hacked them playing them...Also,gotta "love" how Hong Gil Dong became translated as Doctor Strange jjaja .... A bit late but wanted to mention that i really love how at last after so many eps we know the meaning of VAGABOND as i really was curious since the start why the drama name....It would have been cool if DG would have been recruited into this special unit but with how the intro from ep 1 went still worry....

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Do you mean Dalgun being recruited in Bullet Chicken or the NIS?

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Bullet Chicken!!!

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Wait we know the meaning of Vagabond?? How did i miss that.. does it mean bullet chicken?

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Oh!!!! Man!! Ridiculous but high on adrenaline!!!!

I wanted that Edward park fuckin reload his gun .... Shouts motherfucker and bang!!! All bullets in shadow's
Chest

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