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Train: Episode 10

Assumptions can be dangerous things for drama watchers, and this show is proving in a spectacular way that nothing is as it seems. Our hero finds himself in an impossible situation with no choice but to get back on the train that started it all, and what he finds there will rock him to his core.

 
EPISODE 10 RECAP

Twelve years ago, Sung-wook and Seok Min-joon had broken into Seo-kyung’s home to steal her deceased mother’s jewelry, though Min-joon had been more interested in a photo of Seo-kyung with her father. Seo-kyung’s father had come home early so Sung-wook hid, but Min-joon had picked up a necklace and decided to commit his first murder.

He’d strangled Seo-kyung’s father with the necklace, then when he was dead, he’s picked up a hammer from a nearly toolbox and bashed his head in. When he was finished, he’d stared at his victim dispassionately and said, “Now you’re just like me.”

In the present, the now Doctor Seok tells Seo-kyung, “Some choices save lives, and some kill. But even when they’re given a choice that will let them live or die, some people keep taking the road that will kill them. That’s fate. That day twelve years ago and even today, you’re quite lucky. You got out of the rain again.” He tells Seo-kyung that he’s decided to play one last game, which has saved her life again. ~shudder~

When Do-won realizes that Doctor Seok is the killer, he calls Seo-kyung, but Doctor Seok answers her phone. He tells Do-won that he could have saved his father’s life if he’d figured it out a bit sooner, and when Do-won demands to know where Seo-kyung is, Doctor Seok tells him to look carefully.

Do-won has Jae-hyuk put a trace on Doctor Seok’s phone and follows the signal to an art gallery. He catches up to Doctor Seok and pulls his gun on him, but instead of telling Do-won where to find Seo-kyung, Doctor Seok confesses to all the murders, including Seo-kyung’s father, and gives himself up. As it turns out, Seo-kyung is perfectly fine — he’d only stolen her phone.

At the station, Do-won asks Doctor Seok why he confessed, and Doctor Seok says that he felt scared once Do-won learned the truth. Do-won knows that’s BS, so Doctor Seok says vaguely, “I’m waiting for my audience. I’ll decide when, what, and whom I talk to.”

When Seo-kyung arrives, Doctor Seok asks curiously if she wants to kill him now, like she wanted to kill Do-won’s father. He says he’s disappointed because he thought they had a lot in common until Seo-kyung started talking about protecting people.

Seo-kyung growls that he must have had fun witnessing her pain and listening to her talk about getting revenge on an innocent man. With a creepy grin, Doctor Seok says that it made him glad he didn’t kill her that night, too.

Do-won has had enough, and he knocks Doctor Seok right out of his chair. He’s ready to pound Doctor Seok into a pulp, but Seo-kyung stops him. She tells Doctor Seok that she’s going to be different from him, and just watch him rot in prison.

They proceed with a calm interrogation, where Doctor Seok confesses that he killed Seo-kyung’s father because the melody of the jewelry box was getting on his nerves. He claims that he killed all those women for the same reason that he killed Seo-kyung’s father — they got on his nerves.

He’s fascinated by the fact that they had said in therapy that they wanted to die, yet when they truly faced death, they fought to live. He describes his murder method in detail, seeming to enjoy the part where he smashed their skulls and got to see their brain and bone mingle together — as he says, “It’s payback for planting a bomb in my head.”

Disgusted, Do-won says that he can say all this in court, but Doctor Seok sneers that his confession means nothing without the bodies of his victims. In addition, he has an illness that causes dementia, and he challenges Do-won and Seo-kyung to make any charges stick under those conditions.

He says it’s a game… they have a confession, so if they find the bodies, he’s the culprit, but without bodies, they can’t prove he killed anyone. They can only hold him for 48 hours, and if they don’t find evidence in that time, they’ll have to let him go.

The evidence involving his missing patients is circumstantial, so Joon-young suggests they look more into Young-ran’s death since they have a body. Do-won says there won’t be any evidence leading to Doctor Seok, since Young-ran’s death was intended to frame Sung-wook for the murders.

Section Chief Oh says that finding the bodies is the only way, but with a meaningful glance at Do-won, Seo-kyung replies that they won’t find any bodies no matter where they look. She says that Doctor Seok turned himself in because he’s confident of that, so they have to find another way.

They strip Doctor Seok’s office to look for evidence of the murders, while Seo-kyung asks Jung-min to analyze the murder weapons again for traces leading to Doctor Seok. Jung-min vows that if it’s there, she’ll find it, and make him pay for killing Alt Do-won.

Someone enters the interrogation room, and Doctor Seok tells them it was all worth it to see them flustered and hopeless. He says that he’s doing this “because I’m going crazy, thanks to you.”

Seo-kyung looks into Doctor Seok’s family and reports that his parents are both deceased, but there’s nothing suspicious about their deaths. They go to check out Doctor Seok’s home, and Do-won tells Seo-kyung that none of this is her fault, but she feels guilty that she didn’t figure all this out before Doctor Seok murdered Do-won’s father.

Do-won tells her that the things that happened in his world are happening here, and that they should focus on stopping Doctor Seok. They search his apartment for more murder weapons such as the necklace, but what Seo-kyung finds is strange — some old childrens’ games in a drawer, along with the copy of My Sweet Orange Tree that Doctor Seok likes to quote.

He’s bookmarked a page, and Seo-kyung notices the line, “It’s just that you’ve got the devil in your blood.” The bookmark is a photo of Doctor Seok as a child, but the adult whose hand he’s holding has been torn out of the picture. He’s standing by a sign for Innam Market, which isn’t in Mukyeong.

They’re running out of time, but they still haven’t found anything to connect Doctor Seok to the murders. Do-won thinks about Doctor Seok saying that they won’t prove anything without bodies, and Alt Do-won telling him to go back to his own world. Yes, go back, that’s where the bodies are!

With only twelve hours left to prove Doctor Seok’s guilt, Do-won tells Seo-kyung that he has one more card to play. He shows her the test results proving that DNA found on the incense stick that Doctor Seok lit, and under Alt Do-won’s nails, are from the same person, and that traces of his Huntington’s medication were also found.

He says that the only evidence that can prove Doctor Seok’s guilt is Alt Do-won’s body. Seo-kyung reminds him that if they reveal Alt Do-won’s body, he’ll become a dead person and won’t be able to stay.

She asks if he’s going back, and he replies with a sad smile, “Truthfully, I met her when I was here. I didn’t mind leaving my world behind, seeing her alive, even if she doesn’t know me. I wanted to live like that in this world, next to her. If I lose her again because of my greed, I won’t be able to forgive myself. It’s best if I leave, even if I never see her again.”

They go to the morgue for Alt Do-won’s body, only to find that it’s been switched with the body of another John Doe that’s scheduled to be cremated today. They arrive at the crematorium too late, and Seo-kyung guesses that Doctor Seok had something to do with the mix-up.

Their time runs out to arrest him, and as Do-won uncuffs Doctor Seok he asks why he did all this. Doctor Seok smirks, “Just because it’s fun.” Before he leaves, he tells Do-won that there are now eight victims, because he killed again three days ago: “Find her before the body disappears forever.”

On Doctor Seok’s way out of the station, Do-won slams him against the wall and says that Doctor Seok knows who he is. He unknowingly repeats Alt Do-won’s dying words, “It may seem like the end, but it’s not over,” and he vows to make Doctor Seok pay for those he’s killed, including Jin-sung and his Seo-kyung.

Doctor Seok fights back and demands to know what Do-won means about Jin-sung and Seo-kyung. He takes the ring he’s been carrying around from his pocket and tells Doctor Seok to remember it, because he’ll see it again on the finger of someone close to him.

Later, Section Chief Oh asks Do-won if there’s really another victim, and says that finding the body is their only chance to catch Doctor Seok. She reveals that she’s resigning from her position because she condemned the wrong person twelve years ago, and even when the killer walked right into her hands, she still couldn’t catch him. She tells Do-won that her higher-ups want to pin the murders on Sung-wook, and she urges him to catch Doctor Seok no matter what it takes.

As Seo-kyung pores over the files on the missing victims, she recalls that Doctor Seok once said that it’s hard to escape painful childhood memories. Looking at the picture of young Doctor Seok, she wonders who angered him so much that he’s taking it out on his victims. She’s about to go investigate when Do-won stops her and forbids her from leaving the station from now on. He begs her to stay where he can see her, admitting that he’s scared that she’s Doctor Seok’s next target.

Thinking about it, it occurs to Do-won that, while Doctor Seok should know about the alternate worlds if he’s the killer, he hasn’t been acting like he knows. He’d asked if Do-won had siblings when he should have guessed where he was from when he saw him after killing Alt Do-won, and he hadn’t known about Jin-sung and Seo-kyung’s murders.

In the morning, Seo-kyung has gone off on her own against Do-won’s wishes to check out the neighborhood where Doctor Seok lived as a kid. On the phone, she tells Do-won that since Doctor Seok still has one piece of jewelry, he’s got a target in mind already. Do-won tells her that she’s the target, but she disagrees since he’s had plenty of chances to kill her but didn’t.

Meanwhile, Joon-young discovers the eighth victim’s identity, another patient of Doctor Seok’s named Hwang Hee-kyung who went missing four days ago. Do-won, Jae-hyuk, and Joon-young go to the location where he phone last sent a signal, and they find bloodstains on a wall. Do-won confirms that it hasn’t rained in the last four days, which means her body is still in this world.

Seo-kyung locates the home where Doctor Seok lived as a child, which is deserted now. A neighbor remembers Doctor Seok and his family, including the fact that the house was rumored to be haunted because of his grandmother’s bizarre behavior. Doctor Seok had been teased by the boys in the neighborhood, and had once even attacked one bully with a rock.

The neighbor says that Doctor Seok lived there with his mother and grandmother, but that nobody ever met his father. They didn’t stay long, and left after his grandmother passed. Oddly, though she doesn’t recall the boy’s name, she does remember that he didn’t have an unusual name like Seok.

Using traffic cams to locate Doctor Seok’s car on the night of the murder, Do-won sends Jae-hyuk and Joon-young to check out the empty warehouses in the area. He realizes, to his horror, that it’s begun to rain, and that there’s less than two hours before Train 8210 will travel to the other world.

Elsewhere, in the warehouse that Doctor Seok has set up to kill his victims, a hooded figure arrives and finds an ominous-looking suitcase. He takes the suitcase and heads to Ilsung Station, and boards Train 8210. Do-won makes it to the train in time and begins looking for the suitcase as the train leaves the station.

While this was happening, Seo-kyung had gotten an idea and had called victim Kyung-hee’s daughter to ask some questions about her mother. Whatever she learned leads her to believe she knows Doctor Seok’s next victim, but when she returns to the police station, everyone is gone.

Jae-hyuk and Joon-young find the warehouse and split up to look around. Jae-hyuk locates Doctor Seok’s kill room, including the still-bloody hammers he uses to smash his victim’s skulls. He hears a ticking, but he’s too late to stop the fire that breaks out all around him.

At the same time, the train shifts over to World A, and Do-won falls to his knees in pain as his head rings and he’s bombarded with memories of the Jae-hyuk from his world. Oh no…

Moments later, Do-won finds the suitcase between the cars. He reaches for it but stops when he hears a gun being cocked, and looks up to see the hooded stranger aiming a gun at him. We get a flashback of Seo-kyung looking up at her killer just before being shot, and as Do-won processes the hooded stranger’s identity, a tear rolls down his cheek.

He recalls the blood analysis from Jin-sung’s home, which showed that the blood found on the scene was a woman’s. It all makes sense now, as Section Chief Oh pushes the hood back to reveal her face to Do-won. In a broken voice, he can only ask, “Why?”

At the station, Seo-kyung finds Do-won’s notebook on his desk, and this time she sees who is in the picture Do-won keeps inside — the Seo-kyung from his world. She finally realizes that the person he’s been talking about all this time, the one he failed to protect and who he loved, was the other version of her.

Section Chief Oh tells Do-won, “I told you, Do-won, to live in silence.” She edges closer to him, and just as the clock ticks to 9:35 p.m., she shoots him in the chest.

 
COMMENTS

While writing up my Comments for Episode 9, I couldn’t shake the nagging feeling that something wasn’t adding up. I felt that there was still something about the murders we don’t know, but I couldn’t quite figure out how to put it into words. So props to Train for completely fooling me with this twist! I never have quite trusted Alt Section Chief Oh, but I was lulled into a sense of complacency because she’s seemed mostly normal ever since Do-won first met her. I should have known better… a show this well-thought-out wouldn’t have had her come across so creepy, then just drop it.

I love these kinds of reversals where suddenly, everything that seemed like a throwaway line or misdirection start adding up to a larger picture. The woman’s blood from the house, Section Chief Oh’s sometimes odd behavior, it all comes into focus now that we know she’s the hooded stranger. I have to re-adjust many of the assumptions I’ve been making, such as Sung-wook dumping the bodies, because now it looks like it’s been Section Chief Oh all the time. At least it makes sense now why it didn’t occur to Doctor Seok that Do-won is from the other world… it’s because he doesn’t know about the other world. All of the transfers and interactions with World A have been Section Chief Oh.

What’s amazing is how Doctor Seok got two people helping him — Sung-wook to procure his victims, and Section Chief Oh to dispose of them. I think that Sung-wook was just afraid of Doctor Seok revealing his involvement in Seo-kyung’s father’s death so he was acting out of fear. But my theory on Section Chief Oh is that she’s Doctor Seok’s birth mother, and that she’s the one he was speaking to in the interrogation room when he accused her of being the reason he’s going crazy. We know he gets his Huntington’s from his mother’s side of the family, so it would make sense (in his twisted mind, anyway) that he wants to punish his mother for that. And I think she’s been sending the bodies to the other world because she’s his mother, and in a sick, codependent sort of way, she’s been trying to protect her son. I’ll bet when they find the other half of that picture of Doctor Seok as a child, they find that Section Chief Oh was the one holding his hand.

I’m guessing (hoping?) that Do-won is going to fall off the train and back into his own world, because he needs some time to regroup and come up with a plan before going back to World B to make Doctor Seok pay for his crimes. Do-won needs those bodies to prove that Doctor Seok is guilty, and right now, they’re in the wrong world. He also needs answers, especially from his Section Chief Oh, and he needs to find out where Doctor Seok is in his world (my guess is that he died in the accident that permanently injured Sung-wook). I’ve said before that I think the answer of how to fix things in World B lie in World A, and I think it’s much more nuanced than simply “that’s where the bodies are.” I won’t be surprised if the solution to fixing everything that’s gone wrong in World B is to somehow reconnect the worlds so that things go back to the way they should have been if they’d never split. Since Do-won’s choice split them in the first place, there must be something he can do to put them back together.

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In hindsight, it was definitely too easy for the main culprit to be the Doctor. He was in all the right places and it seemed too perfect, but just as LollyPip said, the missing pieces and unanswered questions just weren't fitting into the overall puzzle. The Chief being behind everything is such a spin and I'm glad the drama was able to pull something like this off and make the show even more suspenseful. That Doctor red herring was played out really well and I love how well thought out everything about the plot is! The writers definitely knew what they were doing.

I also agree with the thought that the Section Chief is going to end up being the Doctor's birth mother and she's doing all of this just to protect him and make sure that nothing gets tied back to him.

With the finale week coming up, I really want to see more time in World A. I did expect as well some sort of combination of both of the worlds because the two are so well-connected, there has to be something that can connect them again. I'm curious to see how everything plays out. If there's anything I'm hoping for immediately though, it's that Dowon better not be dead (and I'm like 96% he isn't) because that would just ruin the great momentum that the show is maintaining.

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Glad they did not miss out the scenes they used before. The writing is very consistent.

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Thanks, @lollypip, for the recap. I watched the beginning of this drama but watched it maybe 2 weeks now because of the twists - it's given me a headache. I've just been reading the recaps and now that the twists are untangling, maybe I can re-watch it after it finishes airing. Now I know thrillers like these are not for me. I'd rather stick to the funny romantic ones.

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you just have to ease into it. this is the most romantic of all the thrillers I've watched :)

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Thanks for the recap! Now we just have to hope he does fall back into his own world to regroup... not just out into any world, dead. At this point, I don't know where the show is headed for it's final run.

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Anything can happen and there is a huge room to play out for different ending scenario. I can't really tell how this will end but I'm very excited!

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I think Doctor Seok wanted to provoke and punish Alt Chief Oh that's why he agreed to be interrogated since she is the person dumping the bodies and the person who "planted the bomb" in his head.

Falling back to his world will be the best case scenario for Do Won, to gather the right evidence in his OG world. He cannot really start any proper investigation without those evidences. His relationship with OG Ms. Oh whom he treated like a second mom will definitely change.

The 2nd to the last screenshot you used was so scary! Those haunted eyes. Thanks for the recap!

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I loved the way they used The Son of Man painting by Rene Magritte in the museum scene, foreshadowing this episode
"At least it hides the face partly. Well, so you have the apparent face, the apple, hiding the visible but hidden, the face of the person. It's something that happens constantly. Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see. There is an interest in that which is hidden and which the visible does not show us. This interest can take the form of a quite intense feeling, a sort of conflict, one might say, between the visible that is hidden and the visible that is present."

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Me, too! I loved that exhibit, and looked it up to see if I could find a video of more of the projections. I'd love to see it.

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"Doctor Seok tells them it was all worth it to see them flustered and hopeless. He says that he’s doing this 'because I’m going crazy, thanks to you.' ”

So all of his actions are also to take revenge on Section Chief Oh, whom we assume is his mother?

Chief Oh was stand out dodgy to me from the beginning. Her actions in world A of covering up who she believed was the culprit of the investigation and in world B wrongly convicting the culprit revealed her to be either unethical or inept.

Now we see that in world B she is much worse.

Also how is it that the blood that Do-won recalls (He recalls the blood analysis from Jin-sung’s home, which showed that the blood found on the scene was a woman’s) - wasn't that in World A? Or am I getting confused. Is she was a murderer in World A as well as a murderer and body disposer in world B?

On a side note this is giving Huntington's disease a bad rap too.

I wonder how she found out about the two worlds and why she can go from one to the other.

I'm also wondering about some of the things Sung-wook said in prison in world A. Why did he say he was the killer? Why did he say it was alt-Do-won at one stage? Were these simply red herrings?

I wonder too how it is possible to bring these worlds together again.

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The blood was found in Alt Lee Jin Seong house. The guy whom Alt Do Won got his supplies of drugs.

I dont think this is giving Huntington Disease a bad rap. The Doctor Seok is nothing but a total psychopath who's using his disease as his excuse to justify his killings.

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Oh thanks. I'm getting confused, But re HD, does the mother have it too?

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It is still not known yet. So far we just assumed she is the mom so we think she has it too since HD is inherited. Guess they will disclose it this week.

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She should be his mom, since she also got shaking hands and took the pills when she was on the train before calling Do Won in Ep5.

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as much as i know Dowon is in the wrong world, i just hope he find peace even if its he had to stay with Seokyung. i cant believe the chief just shoots him just like that. she is as crazy as her son(?)

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The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree? Can’t wait for the last two episodes. I just hope for a happy ending. Alt Seo Kyung to be with OG Dowon in whichever world they choose. Wonder what are that chances happening?

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I'm actually very curious about whether the audience wants Seo Kyung B and Do Won A to end up together. At the beginning, I think we were all against it because she is a "different" Seo Kyung. But the moment Do Won B got back and was forcing Do Won A to go back, I realized I was already rooting for DW A and SK B and dont want them to be apart.
I think the development of their relationship was really well done, even better than most romcoms. They are not romantic yet, but they can get there (even if there is that awkward fact of ghost SK A, but everyone's got an ex GFs right, some of them even look like the current lover) if DW A can stay in World B.

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Big Thanks, LollyPip for the great recap as always. I still don't know how you can have the discipline to complete the full recap of one episode before taking a peep to the next one. :)
It's obvious the Chief's bullet hit Do Won (not sure here on his body). It does seem like he is falling back and I also want to see him fall off the train and get back to A-World. However, the door behind him was clearly closed. I doubt his body weight would be enough to break the glass (We shall see).
In episode 1, when Do Won rushed into the ER with his dad, the Chief was there with Seo-kyung, comforting her for her loss. She knew Don Won and his dad (She called his name). How did they know each other? She has been taking care of Seo-kyung and being a mentor for Do Won in the A-world. On the other hand, the Chief in Alt-World "killed" SEo-Kyung and Shot Do Won. How's that difference be possible? Why did she have to shoot Seo-kyung from the train? Even Seo-kyung identified her face, she is in a different world and Seo-kyung wouldn't know how to get to Alt-world.

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I think the train door was open.
Chief Oh knows Do Won because his dad was a regular at the police station, being arrested for public disruptions while drunk. Chief Oh has always liked Do Won.
With Seo Kyung, she was just accompanying her to the hospital as an investigator. She did not have to but they made it that way.
In both worlds, Chief Oh has somehow taken care of Do Won. In World A, since Do Won A adopted Seo Kyung A, Chief Oh also sort of brought her up to. Seo Kyung says that Chief Oh and Do Won were her dad's gift to her.
That is why the scene in Episode 6 about Chief Oh not knowing Seo Kyung is critical. If they knew each other in the B world, Seo Kyung A may not have died. (I really believe Chief Oh A loved her very much)

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And the last point, maybe Chief Oh B just wanted to protice the Train's world jumping ability a secret? A random person from World A knowing about it could lead to a big scientific investigation and ruin Chief Oh B's modus operandi. She could not kill Do Won because she knows (loves?) him, although it seems that she was trying to frame him for that drug dealer's murder, so I dont know. Maybe she thought that the Do Won from the other world looked nicer and would be easier to control.

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Thanks, You are right. The chief opened the door before Do Won showed up. Also thanks for the insight. There are so many details that didn't seem to matter at first but they all have a reason. I am so impressed with the writer.

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I think the differences between Chief Oh A and Chief Oh B are one of the more interesting mysteries in this drama.

I agree with the theory that she is the mother - and thus the Huntington Disease gene carrier - of Dr. Seok. (I think she can be a genetic carrier for her offspring but not have it herself, but am not sure as I know little about the disease).

I'm not sure, though that Dr. Seok has ever existed in World A. Someone suggested that he may have existed, but been killed in the accident that left Sung-wook with TBI. But the timing seems off on that. Do Won and Seo Kyung would have been living with her when he was killed.

IIRC, there was some info about people with HD not living long, and so I wonder, if Dr. Seok was born in World A, and Dr. Oh is his mother, if he died at a much younger age, or if she gave him up for adoption and doesn't know where he is.

It's just hard to believe that the Chief Oh of World A is evil. She seems to love both Do Won and Seo Kyung, and treat them as her children. And her covering up that Do Won's father was the (suspected) killer of Seo Kyung's father seems to have been done solely to keep Do Won from having to live under the social stigma of being a murderer's son - we all saw how that affected the Do Won of World B so negatively. (And that type of social condemnation of the family of murderers appears to be common, as it is featured in other Kdramas, like Come and Hug Me). Since his father was killed the same night of the murders, it wasn't as if she was letting a (suspected) murderer go free. It was solely for Do Won's future.

But the Chief Oh of World B is protecting a serial killer, and just shot Do Won in the chest at close range? Even if she knows he's not the Do Won she knew, it seems so cold that she'd be able to try to kill him like that.

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I think genetic diseases can skip a generation. Saw it in a fews doctors kdrama but not sure how legit that can be. If that’s the case it might explain why Dr Seok is extra pissed with his mom. Still not a good excuse to start killing people really.

I remember in the earlier episodes that Dr Seok was in the passenger seat when he and Sung Wook left the crime scene. Maybe that’s when the car accident happen that killed Dr Seok in World A. It will explain why Chief Oh A could care for DW and SK with no evil son blackmailing her to expose the body?

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Cant wait to know if Chief in World A is good or bad! Did she know all along that her biological son was the culprit and then took both kids in to atone for her son's sins but did not do anything to clear things up? And I wonder if the psycho doctor still lives in World A? Everything is so sad. I wish our hero can find happiness in the end.

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I think I understand this drama now. The problem is with world B. World A has no serial cases, it was just the bodies that were dumped in world A. Every one in world A are quite normal, the problem is with the other world and how it interfered with world A

So my question now is who killed Seo Kyung in world A?

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If there are no more twists, Oh Mi Sook B (while on the world travelling train) killed Seo Kyung A.
Your comment stirred some idea though. World B initially interferred with World A. Body dumping happened 3 years ago. Do Won A left 3 years ago, Do Won B got addicted 3 years ago. The headaches could have also started then (they just refer to 3 years ago a lot).
What if the correction is actually to go back 3 years ago. The worlds would have to unentangle themselves and undo all the consequences of them crossing together. The Train is an anomaly, without it, Seo Kyung A, Do Won B and Dad B shouldn't have died. Haha. I just want a happy ending that's why all these theories are coming to mind.

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i am not flexing but i knew the murderer from the day they found a woman's DNA. that day i knew it has to be Section Chief Oh. she acted very unusual when Do Won first came to the world B. that was the scene of confirmation.

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