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Tale of the Nine Tailed: Episode 12

Our team’s recent success puts them in a good mood, and no one more so than our heroine whose years of searching have finally paid off. Everyone gets some family time and a taste of blissful normalcy. Of course, their imoogi antagonist doesn’t let them revel in their happiness for too long. He’s got some nasty tricks up his sleeve this time that make our leads more determined than ever to put an end to him once and for all.

 
EPISODE 12: “Catch the tail”

Jia hugs her parents and cries with joy, but she pulls back when her parents don’t respond. They stare at her blankly, not seeming to recognize her. Finally, her mom says haltingly that she’s all grown up. Her dad says through tears that Jia is still a crier. Now they’re all sobbing and go in for a family hug.

Yeon quietly leaves and meets Shin-joo outside. Yeon revels in his accomplishments and orders Shin-joo, “Praise me some more!” Pfft. Shin-joo obliges, going over the top as he jokes that Yeon’s brilliance is blinding.

In the car, Yoo-ri is disappointed to hear Rang is now on good terms with Yeon. Rang happier than we’ve ever seen him as Yoo-ri complains about how Yeon has “tormented” him for so long. She threatens to bite Rang if he forgets about her now that he has Yeon back, making Rang laugh that he’s raised her poorly.

We flash back to five years ago. A dirty, almost feral Yoo-ri literally bites the hand that feeds when Rang places meat in front of her. He bites her back and tells her to do it right if she’s going to protect herself. He orders her to get out once she finishes eating.

Of course, that doesn’t work, and she ends up following him around. Just as Yeon had done for him, he teaches her how to fight. After her first successful fight, she excitedly hugs Rang and kisses him on the cheek. He laughs and pets her head. Now, they joke around and argue about where to eat.

At home, Jia gets her parents settled in. She explains the news articles and posters of her “missing parents” adorning the walls and how she became a PD to find them. They share that they feel they’ve woken up from a long sleep.

Jia pulls out that carnation and hands it to her dad. Isn’t that his handwriting? He remembers waking briefly and some man with fair skin told him he’d see Jia again if he wrote those words. Jia clarifies that Yeon is the one who saved them, not that man (the imoogi, I’m assuming).

She glowingly describes Yeon as someone who waited a long time for her and is willing to risk his life for her. Her mom is excited to hear she has a boyfriend, but her dad jokes he’s disappointed he didn’t get to nag her about it.

Yeon and Jia have a lovey-dovey phone call, and she thanks him for keeping his promise to bring her parents back. Elsewhere, the CEO has a tense phone call with the imoogi after so spectacularly botching the plan. He disobeys the imoogi’s summons and runs away.

While Jia sleeps between her parents, she dreams she’s at the mansion. She looks down and sees a fake nail. Nanny 2 grabs her ankle and drags herself along the floor. Frightened, Jia extricates herself and scrambles up the stairs into the imoogi’s room.

She turns to find the imoogi at his desk, although he prefers the name “Terry” since it’s what she first called him. He says that she called him here – it’s her dream after all. She shouts at him to get lost when he claims they’re connected by fate.

A mirror cracks. The imoogi tells her to see for herself: “I’m you.” Jia stares at the scales on her skin in horror. After she wakes, Jia checks herself for scales, but they’ve disappeared.

Meanwhile, Yeon paces in front of the Chinese lantern tree in his living room and tries to think of how to kill the imoogi without harming Jia. He calls the CEO and dangles the promise of the Chinese lantern tree, saying they should meet. At his wit’s end, the CEO is willing to do just about anything to survive.

Jia shows her mom how to use the new cell phone she got her and is surprised when her dad suggests they have a meal with Yeon. Later, Jia speculates to Yeon that her dream wasn’t an ordinary dream. Yeon promises to catch the imoogi and takes her hand.

She asks Yeon over for dinner so her parents can meet “my boyfriend.” It seems to just hit him that he’s her boyfriend as he notes with surprise, “That’s me!”

At the clinic, the imoogi rushes in with an adorable kitten who he says was caught in a trap. Shin-joo, clueless of his identity, examines the kitten. But Shin-joo looks at him startled when the kitten communicates that he’s the one who hurt her. Then, Anastasia starts whining. Shin-joo realizes he’s the imoogi.

Over a meal at the Snail Bride, Yeon offers Sae-rom and Jae-hwan a very well-paid part-time gig: investigating the imoogi. He wants anything, however trivial, they can find. It might reveal his weakness.

Shin-joo struggles to control his nerves while the imoogi watches him treat the kitten. When Shin-joo tries to covertly grab a scalpel, the imoogi stops him and drops the act. He grabs Shin-joo by the throat and wonders if Yeon’s right-hand man would make a good hostage.

Shin-joo would rather die than be used against Yeon. The imoogi has other plans and commands, “When the imoogi inside her calls, you’ll … ” we don’t hear the rest of the order he whispers in Shin-joo’s ear. Uh-oh, can he control gumiho too? Shin-joo startles out of a trance-like state, and the imoogi is gone.

At the Snail Bride, Jia’s colleagues are shocked to hear the imoogi who killed them in their past lives is now their intern. Jia leaves early to get home to her parents, but Yeon detains the uncomfortable Jae-hwan and Sae-rom. He needs advice.

While Jia cooks dinner with her father, Yeon models several suits for Jae-hwan and Sae-rom until he finds one that they declare fit for meeting the parents. He nervously arrives for dinner and formally introduces himself to Jia’s parents.

Per Jia’s colleagues’ instructions, he politely presents them with a token of his appreciation … and hands over a car key. Pfft, they should’ve been clearer on scale. Poor Jia is going to have a long night.

Yeon attempts to follow Sae-rom’s advice to respond concisely and honestly, but he ends up being too blunt. Jia has to do damage control and barely stops him from telling her parents his real age. (Guess they don’t know he’s a gumiho.) He’s confused at her parents’ displeasure upon hearing he’s had no formal education and doesn’t work, although he’s rich. Pfft.

Meanwhile, the imoogi shows up at the Snail Bride and puts everyone but Hye-ja to sleep. She’s terrified as he tells her to bring him whatever Yeon usually eats.

Jia looks frightened as Yeon starts to talk again. He knows that her parents are highly educated and that Jia went to the best university in the nation. Although he doesn’t have qualifications, he really likes Jia. He’s been through so many hardships, but just having a meal with Jia warms him and makes him feel like family.

Jia smiles and says she feels the same. She struggled after losing her parents, but Yeon showed her that people survive by leaning on each other. Her parents soften, and they all eat more comfortably.

At the Snail Bride, Hye-ja asks why the imoogi has to go after Yeon when he’s finally happy. The imoogi notes that just as all versions of her story as the Snail Bride are tragedies, his and Yeon’s story will end only when one of them dies. He whispers a command to her that we don’t hear.

As Yeon is treated to baby photos of Jia and some fun family time, Yoo-ri bumps into the imoogi. “I want to kill,” he says. Yoo-ri shows up at Rang’s with a blank look in her eyes. With no warning, she stabs him in the chest with her bladed hairpin. She proceeds to stab him over and over until he drops to the floor. Nooo!

In a café, Yeon happily tells Jia that today made him imagine marrying her, having kids, and aging together like a normal couple. If only he were human. Seeing his sadness at not being human, Jia brightens the mood by slipping a couple ring on his finger.

We cut from their bliss to Rang’s nightmare. He touches Yoo-ri’s face with a bloody hand, wondering why she’d do this. Her face remains blank as he drops to the ground. She comes to and stares in disbelief at the bloody hairpin in her hand and Rang’s body on the floor.

Shin-joo treats his wounds with Yeon and Yoo-ri by Rang’s side. He turns and shakes his head at Yeon. What does that mean?! Yoo-ri is shaken but remembers that she bumped into a man who said something about killing. Yeon puts his head in his hand and says it was the imoogi.

Yeon surmises this was a warning to him. Yoo-ri is the only person Rang completely trusts, so the imoogi used her. Yoo-ri asks Shin-joo what’ll happen to Rang. He says they’ll have to wait and see, but he doesn’t look hopeful.

Shin-joo asks Yeon about the Chinese lanterns, and Yoo-ri jumps at that idea. Yeon wavers, hesitant to sacrifice people’s lives but wanting to save Rang. The imoogi smiles as he thinks of Yeon’s dilemma. Will he cross that line?

Yeon admits the tree is at his house, but he finds it suspect that only Jia’s parents were released. It’s as if the imoogi wants him to use the plant. If Yeon kills, he’ll be dragged to hell, and the imoogi gets him away from Jia’s side.

Yeon declares they’ll catch the imoogi rather than use the lanterns. “I’ll save my brother my way.” On his way out, he bumps into Puppy Boy. They recognize each other from the park.

At a pojangmacha, a drunk Hye-ja asks Team Leader Choi if he thinks she’s easy. When men buy a widow like her flowers and alcohol, it’s clear what they want. He disagrees – buying her things was an excuse to see her. She’s confused but seems flattered by how much he likes her.

Yoo-ri begs Shin-joo to talk Yeon into using the lanterns, but he thinks they should trust him and wait. When Yoo-ri claims this is all Yeon’s fault, Shin-joo stands up for his friend and notes that Yeon cautioned Rang against getting involved with the imoogi.

Puppy Boy comes in as Yoo-ri sobs by Rang’s bedside. He asks if Rang is sick and wonders if he’s a gumiho too. Shin-joo is startled, and Puppy Boy stage whispers that Rang’s older brother is a gumiho.

The following morning, Yoo-ri stares at the first aid box, unsure of how to clean and bandage Rang’s wounds. Puppy Boy pops in and takes over, explaining that he used to do this for his mom when his stepdad would hit her. Well, that’s sad.

Yoo-ri leaves him in charge and sneaks over to Yeon’s to steal some of the lanterns. They dissipate quickly, and only one is left by the time she gets back to Rang’s. She’s devastated as she watches it dissipate right when she reaches his bedside.

Shin-joo apologizes in Yoo-ri’s stead, and Yeon asks him to keep his eye on her. The disheveled CEO arrives and begs Yeon on his knees to save him. He agrees to help Yeon catch the imoogi in exchange for his precious lanterns.

He cries that he only joined hands with him to live and says he wants a second chance to be better. Yeon rolls his eyes at the CEO’s nonsense and literally slaps some sense into him. He swipes the gun from the CEO’s pocket, observing that it’s laced with primrose.

The CEO smiles and remarks that Yeon is smarter than he looks. The gun is empty – he just wanted to see if Yeon was stupid enough to buy his tears.

Sae-rom and Jae-hwan discover that imoogi stories all play out the same. A beautiful woman is offered as a sacrifice, and some warrior appears and surmounts all obstacles to defeat the imoogi. There’s never a happy ending. In one story, the warrior slays the imoogi only for it to return and kill him. Jae-hwan proposes there could’ve been two imoogis, then.

The CEO tells Yeon that the imoogi never dies, only sleeps. He specifies that water, the body of a living human, sacrificial blood, and god-like power are the necessary ingredients. Yeon killing the shaman was the final step in waking the imoogi.

Jae-hwan shares with Sae-rom a story wherein the imoogi is averse to horse blood. Their excitement turns to dread when they look up to find the imoogi staring at them.

Yeon receives a text from Jae-hwan with the story he found. He grabs the CEO and says threateningly that he needs the body of a living human, then.

Hyun Eui-ong readies to pick up the Chinese lantern plant, excited that Yeon found a way to catch the imoogi. Taluipa rains on his parade by sighing that Yeon won’t be able to do it.

That night, Yeon sits by Rang’s bedside and strokes his hair. “I will never abandon you. I’ll save you. I’ll catch the imoogi,” he vows.

The next day, the imoogi video calls Jia to show her Sae-rom and Jae-hwan standing on the ledge of a building. He promises to save them if she goes on a date with him and wears the outfit he chose. EEEWWW.

Jia goes to meet the imoogi wearing the outfit he sent her, while Yeon and Shin-joo work on locating Sae-rom and Jae-hwan. The imoogi smiles and pulls out her chair like he’s not coercing her to dine with him. Jia doesn’t pretend to want to be there, but he says she should be nicer since her friends’ lives are in his hands.

Jia asks why it’s her. He thinks she can find something he really wants that was “stolen” from him. He tells a story about a son born to a noble family. The baby was a “monster,” resembling a snake. The midwife stopped his father from murdering him, and he was locked up instead.

Jia comments that he was a person, not a monster. He continues that the baby was abandoned in a cave for plague patients, “and he was eaten.” Elsewhere, Yeon soaks his hands in horse blood.

The imoogi says a white snake crawled out of the cave. People called it imoogi, saying it was bad luck. Jia understands now that what he wants is to have a “person’s heart.” He smiles and asks if she’ll find it for him. If not, he’ll kill everyone she loves, and then he’ll kill her. Next, he’ll spread a plague. Geez.

Shin-joo literally sniffs Sae-rom out using her slipper (ew). After dinner, the imoogi asks for Jia’s answer. She unequivocally states she gave all her feelings to Yeon and has none left for him.

Getting angry at her for the first time, he grabs her roughly by the shoulder and demands to know what Yeon means to her. Speak of the devil, Yeon appears and shoves him off Jia. The imoogi glares at Jia, commenting that he doesn’t like when people break their word.

The imoogi says into his phone, “I want to fly.” Shin-joo arrives just in time to pull them back. Yeon forces the imoogi to stand in a puddle and drops the CEO’s hair into it. Jia cuts her palm, droplets of blood falling into the water. Yeon calls lightning down.

In her office, Taluipa bolts up, “That’s not it, Yeon! It’s not that one.” OH. Yeon is confused when the imoogi is totally fine. “I’m not the main body of the imoogi,” he taunts, cutting his eyes toward Jia. She clutches her heart and gasps that it’s too hot.

Yeon holds her as she gasps in pain. She suddenly stops and pushes him away. Jia flashes a smile, and there are scales along her neck and face. “It’s been a while, Lee Yeon.” Yeon steps back in shock and screams, “Get out of that body!”

 
COMMENTS

Whoa. Okay, so I did not expect that Jia is the main host of the imoogi. This drama is deceptively unpredictable – you think you know where things are going, but something will be thrown in that surprises you. Even last episode, while I expected that Rang would do a double-cross, I didn’t see the switch coming. Same with Jia. Even though I knew Jia has the imoogi in her, I did not predict that she’d be the primary vessel. I also enjoy the small ways they flip gender roles like when Jia was the one to buy the couple rings and surprise Yeon with them. I’m so happy her character has stayed consistent and proactive.

Rang is just going through it lately. Why is he always getting stabbed by people he loves?! At this point, the only being he’s loved who hasn’t hurt him is his puppy. Rang was so happy after his and Yeon’s successful teamwork, and he’s finally getting the family he’s always wanted. It’s like a rule that whenever everyone is happy, something awful is coming. Rang had better not go out like this because that would just be too depressing for both him and Yoo-ri. It was particularly cruel to use her, the one person who is the most protective of Rang, to do the deed.

All of this mayhem because the imoogi wants to be a real boy. I was surprised he was born human and became the imoogi after tragedy (which kind of seems like an understatement for getting EATEN). I’m still not entirely clear on why he thinks Jia can help him find his “heart.” Is it because she’s managed to live with the imoogi inside of her yet still maintained her empathy and human identity? I’d imagine the imoogi could’ve taken her over if she were weaker, but maybe that’s not how it works. This episode brought up a lot of questions. I had thought the imoogi only could control humans, but he proved that isn’t the case. I’m assuming this is the third trap the CEO mentioned last episode, and it’s a solid one. The way he’s been getting to everyone around Yeon and Jia is worrying, and he hasn’t even used Shin-joo or Hye-ja yet. I’m thinking Shin-joo is up next since the imoogi ordered him to act “when the imoogi inside her calls,” which seems like it might be now.

As if it wasn’t hard enough to take out the imoogi, this new discovery about Jia makes things a lot worse. Not only will Jia be affected by whatever they do to the imoogi, she has to be the one killed to get rid of it. But why didn’t Taluipa just say that? She clearly knew, but for some reason she kept quiet and let them run around trying to take down the wrong vessel. Not only did they fail to hurt the imoogi with their ritual, but they accidently brought out the imoogi in Jia. So that’s not great. I’d thought the imoogi within Jia was a fragment of the imoogi “Terry,” but from the way Jia’s imoogi greeted Yeon, maybe not. Jae-hwan did suggest that there were two imoogi from the start, and it looks like he might be onto something. Maybe it’s not two entirely different imoogi but rather one that has been fractured into separate identities, if that’s possible. Who knows at this point?

Another thing that confused me was what Yeon said about freeing Jia’s parents. If he found it odd that only they were released, does that mean he tried and failed to release everyone from the lanterns? If the imoogi allowed him to release her parents, then they could be a part of his plan too. I might be reading too much into it, but something did feel off to me after they came back. Maybe I’m just overly wary of any nice, normal family time in this drama.

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Obviously Taluipa didn't get the memo that the characters in this show should actually communicate. 🙄

Show better have a very, very good reason why she's not, or is unable, to give them vital pieces of information.

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can we send taluipa and the husband back to their world or something? I tired of them saying cryptic sh** and being hindrance

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Can we give the husband a chance? He's trying his best but gets shot down most of the time.

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Yes, poor guy!

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Why do we keep on expecting her to play at these lower level immortals levels, she isn't thier friend to play at thier rules... She is a god who sets them and has other things to worry about...

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Well it's kinda frustrating that she's not committing to one course of action. If she's determined not to meddle, then why give all these cryptic clues and get frustrated when Yeon doesn't follow them? If she wants to help then why not help them in a way that's actually helpful? Incomplete information is sometimes more damaging than the complete lack of information because it can give you the sense that you're on the right track when it's the opposite.

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@lszj09 I agree. I find Taluipa's behavior very frustrating!

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Thanks for recapping! Now that's more like it. I think we could see that ending coming, but I'm satisfied with the way Jia was revealed as OG Imoogi (hehe). I think it helps to explain why Taeri is so one-note and immature seeming. Simply because he is just a two dimensional offshoot off a much more powerful, more complex, more menacing being (I hope!). In fact, I find it interesting that he's so fixated on Jia being his bride, because it reads more like he's intended to be Jia's "bride" (heh) in a sense, and he's not quite comprehending his role in this situation. But perhaps he is aware, and perhaps he simply wants to be the more powerful part of the duo, which would be a very compelling conflict between the two.

But of course, this is all assuming that Jia is the more powerful Imoogi (which, considering Tae-ri's power, is pretty awesome and terrifying), and I really hope she is. Because that's really the plot I've always wanted to see, one that centers Jia wrestling with her literal inner demon in a substantial way. Now, I'm not really holding out hope that the show is going to deliver on that (from the preview, it looks like it's focusing a good deal in the romance...sigh) but that would be an awesome final arc for our leading lady.

But dude, Rang and Yuri. The few scenes we got of them together were so endearing, and should have warned me that something awful would happen between them, but I was caught off guard by her assault, despite the fact that Tae-ri tipped us off. The look on Rang's face as he asked her why...yep, I felt that. He already has so many trust issues left over from his mother and Yeon, and it took him so long to let others back into his life, and to feel comfortable with love again, so thematically, this could a pretty traumatic setback. Though, again, I doubt it will developed very much, but at least it exists on paper.

But I'm really concerned about Yuri, though. The poor thing is beating herself up so much over this, and I really hope she doesn't die trying to sacrifice for Rang...but the previews have been generally misleading, and I really it's the same in this case.

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Hey what are your thoughts on the cherries...

Why are humans more important??

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My heart broke when Yuri stabbed Rang. He was so happy about finally being free! My poor puppies ㅠㅠ From the preview it looks like Yuri is going to sacrifice herself, I hope she doesn't actually die.

The CEO never fails to disgust me. He cares about nothing but himself. I can't wait to see his demise.

This is clearly Yeon's first time dating lol. His meeting with the parents was one of the most awkward thing I have witnessed.

Okay Yeon, ever heard of verifying information?? Investigating sources?? Especially before attacking an intensely powerful Imoogi. My heart broke again when Yeon realized that the Imoogi had possessed Ji-Ah. It was the past all over again. I sure hope the Imoogi comes out after a few moments, like at the island in episode 3 (I still haven't figured out what triggered the Imoogi in Ji-Ah on the island).

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Woah at the ending! And how they made it a twice long cliffhanger T_T
Have to say am kinda happy to welcome Dark Ji-ah, this altercation is bound to happen anyway, and hopefully, this means no damsel in distress for Ji-ah, because this is pretty much her fight. So thank you, show, for not putting Ji-ah in the corner! Am really curious whether Dark Ji-ah shares any traits with our Ji-ah, or will she be Imoogi through and through?

Can't help thinking that our Imoogi will be usurped just as he's blooming as a villain, LOL. Who will defer to whom? Maybe our foxes can play to his insecurities to play divide and rule.

Rang and Yoo-ri's story is lovely (although bloody) to watch. Guess being needed by somebody else is a cure for feeling needy yourself. Poor, devastated Yoo-ri! Imoogi's mind-bending is double awful because the people under the influence will be burdened with guilt, and now we have extra worries for Shin-joo and Snail Bride. Am crossing fingers our foxes can use the knowledge of Imoogi's MO for a more awesome twist than the switcheroo. If show comes down to who's tricking who and who can best out trick the others, it'll be a fun watch for sure!

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CEO's double-cross, if deliberate, was an absolute *chef's kiss* in the villain's right hand man playbook! Yeon was expecting him to have a trick up his sleeve when they met, so he acted pathetic and only revealed his true nature when Yeon didn't buy it. Then he provided true information (that Yeon already knew) so that the false information (ingredients to put Imoogi to sleep) would not be suspect (like a double-layered trojan horse and just bloody brilliant). Was it a hastily-assembled backup plan or was it the grand scheme, the third trap, all along? *shocked Pikachu face*

Going off on a tangent here, but I find the Imoogi lore, like the horse blood aversion, kinda suspicious. How much of it is real and which parts are fabricated to mislead? I'm reminded of Ruin in Sanderson's Mistborn Trilogy, manipulating bits and pieces of prophecy which lead the hero to believe that she was saving the world when she was, in fact, actually releasing him from his prison. Similar to our heroes thinking that they're putting Imoogi back to sleep but instead awakening it in Ji-ah, which makes it possible that CEO was also duped into providing fabricated info. And Imoogi already got the Snail Bride before Yeon went to her for help with the horse blood... yeah, I'm overthinking and reading too much into things LOL.

Anyway, thanks for the recap @quirkycase!

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good one..
the scene where imoogi told ceo to choose whether he lives or dies, i honestly thought him giving info to yeon was a trap all along, because even if he gets the cherry tree it doesn't help.. he would need a never ending lifetime supply of those seeds from imoogi.. so he had to save imoogi at all cost

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Just when I thought this episode was a filler, then I get this ending that wow... no, it’s not a filler.

Random thoughts about this episode:
- Love the flashback to the moment YuRi and Rang met and the way he trained her like Yeon had trained him. Any then our psycho foxes being happy for hitting the yugular and complimenting for that. Aren’t they cute?
- Our fox gang reunion around Rang’ send. All worried about him and what Imoogi really means.
- Puppy boy taking care of Rang. Awwww. Also, so painful that a child has to ho through his situation.
- I don’t trust Jia’s parents. They’ve already been used as a bail twice. There’s a common saying in my country and I find it hard to translate but basically this: these things always come in threes.
- I know Taluipa is irritating, but I guess this has to do with her being a god. There are certain limits she can’t (already) cross. I’m pretty sure his son and his wife are related to the Imoogi... maybe it’s their son? So he has to choose between his grandson and the distracting fox she considers her own son.
- I’m glad we have a scary Imoogi at last. I was tired of Orange lipstick pouty teenager Imoogi. This version and Jia’s is far more scary.

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The imoogi is definitely scarier now. And I gotta give Jo Bo-ah props because she is freaky when the imoogi comes out in her. It was quite the contrast to see her shy and awkward at the café talking about marriage and babies and then twist into possessed with deranged eyes at the end!

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The thought did cross my mind too that maybe the imoogi is related to Taluipa's son.

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From Ep 7-now, the episodes that feel like filler comes out in the last 15-20 minutes and boom huge twists or big reveals towards the end. Very clever show.

I wonder if Taluipa is being pragmatic and trying not to hurt Yeon, or if she has more up her sleeve than we think.

Jia's parents seemed a bit fake coming back? I mean, its not a huge deal for me in the show, so I'm like ok with it. Since Jia seems content seeing them back.

Puppy boy is the cutest <3 But also the abuse scenes with him prior make me sad too :(

Imoogi may act like an annoying emo kid, but damn is he one awful sinister dude. Killing over 100 people, and hypnotizing Yeon's closest friends too. Oof.

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Dang, so Ji-ah isn't the horcrux, she's the Dark Lord? Impressive twist, show. My mind is scrambled as to how they're going to resolve this. The show is hammering our heads with the "fact" that someone has to die to end this epic mess, and I am just unwilling to give up anyone to that fate (except obvs l'imoogi). Maybe Taluipa can actually do something positive once and be willing to sacrifice herself for the greater good, but does she even know what 'greater good' even means?

Oh, Rang. You just cannot catch a break, can you? No wonder you have trust issues. I'm worried that this will snap Yu-ri in two as well. The show took an unbelievably cruel twist with this. Puppy Boy's inclusion in the circle makes me suspect (hope?) that's he a sleeper hero in all this - could this entourage they've built actually be pieces of a puzzle that together are key to resolving all this?

As @quirkycase and others note, the thing with the parents feels...not right. It's just too good to be true; they seem like actors playing out Ji-ah's fantasy of happy family life. I think Yeon's observation that theirs were the only souls that came out was a key line for us, and it's hooked itself into my brain - so I'm definitely suspicious of them and am worried that they are also part of some imoogi trap.

Of all the things that have squicked me out the most, top of the list is Ji-ah being forced to not only go on a date with Imoogi, but being forced to play dress-up for him. Gah, I wanted to shower after that. This show is big on Ji-ah clearly being an independent and formidable woman in her own right, so seeing her in an abusive situation like this was all the more devastating (and so, so gross).

Finally, this is like, what, the third/fourth that Yeon has mentioned wanting to be human? There's gotta be something to that, too. Imoogi keeps saying that Yeon has "what's his" - is this a scenario whereby Yeon gives up his gumiho-ness and all his powers, Imoogi 'consolidates' himself in the body of Terry, leaving Ji-ah as fully, untainted human, and then somehow someone manages to destroy that dude? Why do I have the image of Jafar turning into a genie and Aladdin trapping him in the lamp running through my head?

This show has been heating up slowly and really hit its stride for me at episode 9, so cute my dismay that we will have to wait another 10 days or so after the cliffhanger at the end of this episode!

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Yes, I think you have it with the genie analogy. The hints about Yeon wanting to become a human have been to obvious to be ignored. I think they could supply a reason for the imoogi consolidating himself in Terry's body by using the imoogi's desire to marry Jia - in order to achieve that, he's going to have to vacate her body and sit in Terry's for a while. That would be their window of opportunity to do something - not sure what! But it would mean we return full circle to the beginning with another elimination at a wedding, with which Yeon has experience...

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You're right! That would be very full circle, and stories about fate and destiny seem to love things like that.

Another thing that keeps nagging me is this whole "give me your heart"/"I need Lee Yeon's heart" bit - so if a gumiho's power resides in his heart, I keep wondering if there'll be some twist along the lines of his heart now belonging to Ji-ah and therefore some weird (and probably cheesy) power of love alchemy.

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Aw, I was also thinking about the "my heart is no longer mine to give away" ending, like Neil Gaiman's Stardust. It's my kind of cheesy ^^

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That's an adorable reference. I feel myself softening like a good Brie.... 😊❤

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Good call! Cheesy as a massive Swiss fondue, but I loooooovvvvveeedd it in Stardust, so bring it on!

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Ji ah’s parents did feel too good to be true. Something about them is weird, even their reaction to seeing their daughter all grown felt out of place. They treated it like it’s nothing, 20+ years isn’t something you can just get over and acting normal like that.

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@Esther My sister and I had the same feeling with regards to the parents. Something does seem off.

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@carlybisek I loved your Harry Potter reference ♥

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I can't take credit for it - I've seen it around in a few different places. But it's so apt, right?! 😊

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@carlybisek It is. When my sister and I finished watching this episode we made the same connection.

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And the plot thickens....

I swear will our leads ever catch a break..sigh. Although i have to say despite it being a cause of angst, plot wise its really interesting to have the female lead be a possessed snake trying to wreak havoc and I really can't wait to see how this resolves.

Why doesn't Granny ever communicate anything to Yeon. I mean she clearly cares about him but kind of just leaves him to figure shit on his own, which only leads in his demise.

On the other hand i have to mention Rang and Yuri. I don't think i've ever seen a relationship like theirs in dramaland, based on loyalty and I suspect affection on both ends, as this is only seen in a same gender relationship, and I like that they have a non-romantic relationship. Their flashback was utter cuteness but it was heartbreaking to see that be turned into something brutal by Imoogi.

It's already hard enough to wait weekly for this show but the extra wait is killing me!!!

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Hmm Jia also having the imoogi inside her was a bit alluded to when she tried on the Tiger Brow's glasses. Maybe not stating she had imoogi inside her, but when Puppy Boy saw her and screamed. It seemed Aerum's past also became her present situation as well. I hope this time, she doesn't succumb to her death. Use the Ahjussi CEO guy (Also this actor is in everything lol this yr!), as the host body instead.

On a shallow note, I gasped when I saw Jia walking out in the clothes imoogi picked for her. Gross move on his part, but wow, Jo Boa looked so stunning and ready to kill in her outfit. #Powerwalk

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I think it was quite mentioned from the start she has a piece of it in her that resides and even after Boy Imoogi was born it was still mentioned a lot so don't understand why they didn't take into consideration as i actually wasn't suprised by the twist seeing it coming miles away...Even more,Jia not telling Yeon about the talk she had in dream land were he told her they are the same person,i mean Jia isin't stupid...
Quite sure that they even said that Imoogi is in Jia mainly because that night Yeon stopped the boat and him and Are-um soul became like two halves rather than vanishing so her soul is formed from two entities...They even said the only way to do it is if Imoogi leaves by his own choice so curious if indeed he is just a parasite or will it be the "who has stronger will" to take the body and kick the other away...At the moment they clealry are co-existing with Imoogi being more dormant but curious why is he like that even after his other half being awake,does he need some kind of ritual to sacrifice...could it be that he doesn't have power to take over the body and eat Jia soul or is something else...

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For a couple that's good with communication the other K-drama couple ahem, seems like something that should've been brought up earlier? Maybe the Yeon/Rang subplot took the most time from that subplot? I could see Yeon giving up to be a Gumiho for Jia, and become a human which would be a great end imo. Sacrificing his true love to become the person that he always wished to be.

Right, that whole baby birthing scene was eerie. Def. was explained here in a flashback. Her bloop dripped hands, Yeon's powers, and the grandma in the well created the imoogi. Someone mentioned it above, that this is very much Harry Potter/Voldemort's Horcrux and destroying every inch of it along the way. I think Terry (Tae-ri) is just a vessel for the imoogi, its a being that exists in one's body and eats it alive before decimating its host body. In order to destroy the imoogi, I think they need to pull everything they got and Granny needs to help Yeon/rest of the gang on how to defeat it. And destroy its content forever, so it doesn't like a parasite clinch onto one's body/soul again.

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Another thing I love about our main couple is the fact that: I loved that the female in the show is the one with brains and smarts in typical K-dramas where the ML has it.

Here, our FL graduated from a top/best Korean universities in Korea and also is a top PD for a very popular show as well. This show gets a one plus for me evyertime b/c of how much is given to other characters backstories, and also giving them heroic moments as well.

Ex. Shin Ju saving the 2 PD’s was amazing moment for him. I can’t think of a K-drama other than Stranger that gave pivotal or fantastic character building moments for the supporting/2nd ML characters. It’s super refreshing imo.

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Note: I wrote this before I read @quirkycase 's recap. After reading it, I need to rethink my theories below because quirkycase raised a lot of good points. I don't understand Korean so I think I missed out on a lot of the subtlety which the subtitles didn't capture. I'm sharing below what I wrote anyway with some minor edits.
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This episode left me wondering what exactly is the imoogi's endgame. In an earlier episode he said he wanted Yeon's body and position of power, and Jia as his rightful bride. But this episode's cliffhanger makes me think there's something else and that what we've seen so far is just the moving of pawns towards an unknown end goal. In traditional Korean folklore, the imoogi's goal is to become a dragon which in many cultures symbolises power and immortality, but the imoogi in ToTNT is already imbued with great power and seems impossible to kill. At the moment, I don't see how possessing a former mountain god's body or his heart is an advantage. And why the need to make Jia his bride if he can just use the part of him that is in her to so call overwhelm and convert her into an extension of himself? The cliffhanger hints that she's the 'main' imoogi which has finally been restored to power by the same 'ingredients' which caused Terri to be awakened.

So were Sae-rom and Jae-hwan right when they speculated there might be two imoogi involved? Theoretically, it fits. The imoogi before he was vanquished the first time, left a lesser part of himself (or even a second imoogi) sleeping in the well on the island. Then when Ah-Reum died and was resurrected, this 'main' imoogi did too as part of the package, albeit dormant until it was awakened by the removal of the fox bead. Does this mean imoogi's endgame is an imoogi love story with the reunion of two imoogis bent on gaining immortality? Absolutely cheesy stuff, but not implausible. But dang is it cheesy. I think I'm reading too much into the 'bride' meaning.

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Another question to consider is can the imoogi be killed? If it can latch on to Ah-reum and survive resurrection so that it can resume its power later, that's some powerful stuff to bypass the afterlife's soul filters. Is the best the gods can do is put the imoogi to sleep but never be able to be really rid of it?

Also, like quirkycase, I think the third trap mentioned in the previous episode this episode's cliffhanger i.e. setting up Yeon and Jia to restore the imoogi in Jia to power. At first I thought the CEO was going to be used as the human sacrifice. Where is the CEO now, I wonder.

Just to add, I love how Puppy Boy's basically the adult in his interactions with Yoo-ri over Rang's care. The humour in it to me is that he's acting his age, but Yoo-ri isn't acting hers. And Puppy Boy's showing himself to be more perceptive than he gets credit for as a runny nose runt, lol.

It was a good idea for Yeon to bring in Jia's colleagues to help him research the imoogi's weaknesses. I think they should be researching imoogi's powers as well so that they don't get caught by surprise. If anything, this episode shows how vulnerable they all are. And now we potentially have ticking time bombs in Shin-joo and Snail Bride. Am not discounting Jia's parents too. The fact that the lantern cherries wilt very quickly and that none of the cherries except Jia's parents' have transformed back into people make me go 'hmmm'.

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At the moment, I don't see how possessing a former mountain god's body or his heart is an advantage. And why the need to make Jia his bride if he can just use the part of him that is in her to so call overwhelm and convert her into an extension of himself? [...] Does this mean imoogi's endgame is an imoogi love story with the reunion of two imoogis bent on gaining immortality? Absolutely cheesy stuff, but not implausible.

I'm also confused about his endgame now, too. I really thought before it was the usual 'I want to be an all-powerful being' trope, but after his story about having never received love as a human before essentially being thrown to the wolves, I wonder if it really could be the cheese? Imoogi Shrek is hoping this transforms Ji-ah into his Imoogi Princess Fiona love and they slither off into the immortal sunset together?

And if the gods can only put the imoogi back to sleep but never destroy it, are they really gods? Or is the imoogi then already basically a god, just one that they won't let sit at the cool kids lunch table? I'm so confused about hierarchy of god-ness here, and I am clearly also overthinking it.

Finally, I just want to delight in "the afterlife's soul filters," which made me laugh out loud and is a fab description of the mythological Korean business of death and rebirth in k-dramas (and gave me serious Goblin vibes).

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@carlybisek Good point about the imoogi's origin story. I almost snorted out my coffee when I read your "Imoogi Shrek is hoping this transforms Ji-ah into his Imoogi Princess Fiona love and they slither off into the immortal sunset together?" You articulated in one sentence what I struggled to define in a few paragraphs. I think you're right, that Imoogi is seeking to transform Jia, and not what I originally thought, which was he was trying to 'free' the inner imoogi in her. That certainly ratchets up the stakes a lot because it implies the real Jia could be lost forever if she gets subsumed.

I think you're also on to something re: the hierarchy of god-ness. Where does the imoogi sit? The show implies there are greater gods (King Yeomra etc) and lesser gods (Yeon, the Magistrate, etc). Imoogi has horribly strong power, but he's been left to run rampant and cause chaos. I've been wondering whether it's because the gods are incapable of stopping him, or because they are held back by 'rules', as Yeon seems to think Taluipa has been doing.

P/s I have my coffee to thank for "the afterlife's soul filters" as I was drinking filtered coffee at the time and the rest of my brain wasn't sufficiently awake yet ;-)

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Your comment about Ji-ah being lost forever if she gets subsumed has echoes of the episode 13 preview to it - isn't there a line where she says something like, "I don't know how much time I have left?" I think you're on to something there. That will also make Yeon increasingly desperate and possibly erratic, and therefore perhaps too willing to sacrifice himself again (sounds of Taluipa's son's end ring in my head for some reason)?

I'd better stop going down this rabbit hole before the coffee gods deliver my caffeine hit from this cup and right my brain again! :-)

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@carlybisek I wish I had your ability to recall all these pertinent dialogues. I'm sure the writer is dropping clues (and red herrings) for viewers. Rabbit holes are good. Strangely enough, I generally seem to get more insight into stuff when I'm sleep deprived ^.^' I think you're right about the general parallels between Taluipa's son and Yeon. I wonder though, how her son died, whether it was suicide or some other means? I thought it was suicide. If Yeon sacrifices himself for Ji-ah, that shouldn't count as suicide, right?

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@scully Agree - I don't think that sacrificing yourself to save someone else would count as suicide. After all, Taluipa herself said that she killed her daughter-in-law for the greater good, right? I think with Yeon - self-sacrifice or no - I'm just trying to figure out how the heck they all get out of this mess and stay alive. Or if we're in for an ending that involved waiting and reincarnation (which I really, really hope isn't the case).

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@carlybisek I don't have a clue either how they're going to find their way out of this conundrum. But that's something I appreciate about the writer and show. It's a legitimate problem which requires legitimate answers. Even though there's only a handful of episodes left, I think the writer still has a few cards to play. So perhaps we won't get our answer until the last episode. Keeping fingers crossed the show continues to do well in this aspect. I'm with you in hoping they don't use the reincarnation route as an ending.

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Am liking the theory of two Imoogis! Maybe it's all messed up because of Yeon and his fox bead, instead of 1 sleeping Imoogi + 1 human soul, he made a Venn Diagram of Imoogi + Ah-eum/Ji-ah's soul, and the overlapping part is Dark Ji-ah. *admits on overthinking too*

That's why am wondering whether the 2 Imoogis in the current timeline will actually play nice with each other or not, because Terry didn't look all that welcoming to Dark Ji-ah, like, he didn't even say hi and just left ._.

About the Imoogi only can be made to sleep and not kill, maybe it's like somebody mentioned in the early episode comment section, about it's a fight between good and bad and it exists as cycles. Hence the repeated stories of the said Hero defeating Imoogi, and what Terry means when he said either he or Yeon has to die. But since Yeon messed it up, maybe this cycle will get a heroine instead of a hero? ><

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I think it could also be that Human Jia soul is basically made out of Imoogi and Areum soul so they are one and the same...If they split it,it basically harms Jia,would she be even alive with her soul split,doubt there are human living like that...So to kill one means killing both as they can't live without the other half,at least not Jia(who her entity is made out of both)

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You may be on the right track. Imoogi seems elemental, as does Yeon. I don't think they ever die, only reincarnate. In a previous episode, someone said that the Imoogi didn't always come back the same, so Ji-ah/Imoogi may ending up producing a twist in the ongoing eternal struggle between Imoogi and Yeon. Their union might be what the cosmos needs, and that's why sulky boy Imoogi wants in.

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@meowingme Dark Ji-ah as a third, unique entity would definitely be an interesting plot twist. I am also intrigued by your idea that Terry and Dark Ji-ah could be at odds with each other. As you and @jorobertson pointed out, the repeated stories suggests repeated cycles of basically the same confrontation but taking into account that the characters involved are not exactly the same as their previous reincarnations. I'm liking this theory because it means that what happened with Ah-reum's death doesn't have to be repeated. But it also means the possibility of Yeon's demise (and of others) is still in play. Or Yeon's human-isation as @carlybisek theorised in her earlier post on this thread.

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I also wonder about the Imoogi's endgame. The more we learn about him, the more I'm confused. And how did he become so fixated on Lee Yeon and Ji-ah? And how many mountain gods are out there? Is Lee Yeon really the best one out there? It seemed like mountain gods weren't that powerful anyways if weakened when they were away from home base. If I were the Imoogi, I would go up the chain and try to capture Taluipa or her husband.

And with two Imoogis - Tae-ri and Ji-ah - are they going to work together now? Maybe Ji-ah will kill Tae-ri and absorb him to become a full Imoogi?

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@asianromance Exactly, it didn't make sense to me that the imoogi was fixated on Yeon because taking over Yeon's position and body/heart doesn't seem that big of an advantage. Going after Taluipa and her husband makes more sense unless he's not powerful enough yet to take them on.

As for why the imoogi is fixated on Ji-ah, I guess it might be possessiveness? Ah-reum was offered as a sacrifice to him, which I originally assumed was because he needed a human sacrifice to become a dragon. But when I gave it some more thought, it could also mean she was offered up to be his bride. Whether this was to appease him or just as a stepping stone on his way to attaining full dragon-hood, he seems to think she belongs to him. Hence, that icky icky scene of the imoogi basically forcing Ji-ah to go on a date with him. He's not concerned with what she wants, only what he feels he is entitled to.

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Does ANYONE think the parents are for real?

And, I since we have another week to wait, any theories on the end game?

What open plot points bother you?

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Everybody is suspicious of how normal the parents are, LOL. Plus it was never explained how Yeon managed to get them out of their goriund cherry form. Sure hope Yeon at least check their authenticity before presenting them to Ji-ah!
Also, am quite curious why Ji-ah didn't tell them the truth about Yeon. Being "asleep" for 20 years is weird enough, having a gumiho as a possible son-in-law won't be too much of a stretch, LOL.

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I had the same thought lol. There's no way Yeon was able to convince them that there was nothing supernatural about their confinement. They know what happened more or less. So I'm with you, just tell them the truth. And if leading with the whole gumiho thing feels like a bridge too far, just go with the mountain god thing first. Show some parlour trick powers, easy peasy, and get into the furry details later.

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Furry details :D

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There is quite a lot of plot points to tangle up AND I want a happy ending for them all (except Terry) in 4 episodes.

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Does Yeon suspect others in his immediate circle are under imoogi’s spell? How could he not?

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Here’s my theory- the two imoogi are probably parts of halmom’s son and daughter-in-law who she killed. Hence the two imoogi want to reunite. That’s probably why the imoogi have been allowed to be around for so long. It’s fine if they are asleep for millenia or in the underworld as long as they not in earth and causing havoc. Halmom is probably powerful enough to have got rid of them ages ago but she didn’t simply coz she didn’t want to.
Also puppy boy has to have a larger role in this than just giving rang his beloved puppy back

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What I liked about the last two episodes was that the characters had real choices to make with real consequences. Hard choices. Life an death choices.

Jia being the main "part" of the Imoogi is troubling. When the fox bead was released, should the Imoogi taken full control over her humanity? The formula to strike down Terry only activated Jia's serpent or was she acting all along? At this late stage of the series, the sudden appearance of new powers and rules is problematic story telling.

The idea of two Imoogis seems more logical. There is a mythology of twin serpents, both 1/2 human and 1/2 demon. If they combine, only then can they become one full serpent (or dragon). It would seem that they would only need a supernatural heart to make the bond work.

I agree that Taluipa's failure to give us information the most annoying aspect of the show. If knowledge is power, she has the most but she refuses to use it. My new theory for her tepid help is that she killed her son's wife who was the original imoogi (possibly dividing it so it could never return). She is still guilt ridden because her action caused her son's death with no chance of reincarnation.

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Well, that half/half mythology + supernatural heart theory ties up our three main players into a nice, slithery bow, doesn't it? And that could be a super fascinating turn to the show!

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I second @carlybisek's comment. It would explain why Terri is so fixated on getting Yeon's heart.

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Yup, those parents seem very fishy to me. Still, I loved the awkward "Meet the parents" situation and how much Yeon bombed at that. He is just too EXTRA for gatherings like that. That fashion show was hilarious and - I must admit - as hot as his fiery 9 tails. That red ensemble ("Should I unbutton more?" - Hell YES!) is burnt onto my retina and I like it.

I am also in love with the flashbacks to Rang and Yoo Ri's backstory and how they fully lean into their fox roots, biting and fighting and running together. I have faith in Yoo Ri to overcome her falsely guilty feelings.

Immogi is really a charmer - if you don't love me I'll kill you and all your loved one's and then I am also going to spread a plague - given his origin story, having never met anyone with compassion and decency, it is a pity there wasn't a more mature snake to take him under his wings (scales?) to teach him how to be human when he still had a chance. Oh no, am I empathetic towards the big snake now?

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Going for the big story here, so forgive in advance the potential interpretative overreach:
Imoogi seems like an elemental force, as does Yeon, as the mountain god. I don't think either ever die, only reincarnate. And they seemed to be locked in an endless struggle. Do Imoogi and Yeon have to be held in balance?

Yeon dying seems a given, but does he die and is reborn, like a god of the forest, or is he at risk in a more permanent way? Are the forests facing an existential threat?

In a previous episode, someone said that the Imoogi didn't always come back the same, so Ji-ah/Imoogi may ending up producing a twist in the ongoing eternal struggle between Imoogi and Yeon. Their union might be what the cosmos needs, and that's why sulky boy Imoogi wants in.

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Thank you for another recap @quirkycase! I am really enjoying reading all the Beanie theories since I haven't got a clue what Imoogi's endgame is at this point 😕 He confesses to jia and threatens her with death in one breath. Sigh.....
I find myself really enjoying the freaky/spooky moments more so than the romance. Jia bringing Imoogi into her dream was a truly great moment.

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First. Let's we enjoy the scene of Lee Do Wook with Red suit! He looks stunning!
This drama is unpredictable and I love it. Seems like Harry Potter with horcrux but we'll what the writer-nim will write the end of the story.

And poor Rang T____T I need him to get better, he still childish but deep down he's still Rang who is warm-hearted and loves puppies!

One thing that still I don't satisfied with this drama is the chemistry between first leads, I'm still don't get it, yet :(
I think this is the drama that I skip for the romance, I usually do the romance first! XD

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Seriously late to the party and I have really nothing wise to add to all the comments. But really, I like how no one is stupid in this show. The good, the bad, the frustrating. Taluipa is pushing it, though, with her superiority and condescension while refusing to actually tell Yeon anything. Like that's gonna help!

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To be honest, I keep pitying Taluipa with all the hate she gets. C'mon, she is Yeomra's sister, basically (possibly) only one tier lower than her brother in the hierarchy of underworld gods. Imagine how much rules and red tapes she has actually broken, tiptoed, and loopholed. I mean, if this's Percy Jackson series, Taluipa would have been pulled from her job because she is breaking too many rules. The essence is tiptoeing between breaking too many rules and being cryptic enough that she is still within minimum limit.

P.S. Many gods who break the godly rules usually are the ones who set them up in the first place. Yes, looking at you, Zues.

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This show almost gave me an heart heart.... Why use yuri? Guess how the devilish 😈 minds operates, even in how today world..

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Am I the only one who was distracted by the fact that she showed up to the restaurant in Ko Moon Young's funeral outfit? If know you, you know.

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I'm on a high after 13 so hi I still love this stupid show.

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