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Military Prosecutor Doberman: Episodes 13-14 (Drama Hangout)

Behold, your weekly Drama Hangout! We might not be covering this drama, but that doesn’t mean there shouldn’t be a place to talk about it, whether that’s squealing with excitement or piling on the analysis.

This thread is exclusively for this week’s episodes and anything prior, so let’s try to keep it as a place to chat about what’s aired β€” not spoil future plot points for unsuspecting eyes.

 
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Calling it now, the file is in the dog's collar lmao

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πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Yesssss

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We always said that Bolt is the most precious character of this drama :p

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They are really working hard on the No Tae Nam redemption arc... I have started feeling bad for him and I'm happy he finally stood up to his mum but he still needs to pay for those past crimes.

I wish Do Bae Man had given more of a beating to Mr Kang and his smug face.

No Hwa-Young has been such smart villain so far, so I refuse to believe that she is clueless to what Young-moon is up to. There have been too many signs to miss

Sang Ki and Yoo Ra are my comic relief πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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I'm honestly surprised and impressed at how the writer gave Noh Tae Nam a redemption arc of sorts. No sympathy for rapists whatsoever here. However, I thought that as a character, his arc was well-written and well-acted with a simple sort of mind of a man-child who is really not that smart. His defence of Pyun Sang Ho(his bespectacled shooter friend) in court was both unexpected but well-built up to, with the brutality of watching his friend being so badly bullied. When he said "I know I have no right to say this", it made me go 'Wow'. Self-awareness in a secondary villain is πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ good writing.

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It breaks my heart to see that Pyun Sang Ho to go through all those bullying journey to the point that he reached his limit. To see those bullies, the management ignored him and no one cared and you can see how pathetic it was when he said to tae nam that he was the only person who is good to him. Ahhh, I'm crying like a baby when Sang Ho's mother said to him, You're a good boy. You just need to be patient for just a lil bit moreπŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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Yeah, I could tell he was someone who was pushed to his limit until he snapped. I felt bad for him, to see him endure that type of abuse on and on. And also appreciated seeing his friendship with No Tae Dam as well, and their love for dogs.

That being said, Pyun Sang Ho still murdered people and I'm glad that Jo Bo Ah's character didn't make light of that. The perpetuators who caused this also deserved to be punished for instigating the incident too. The show is stronger to me when its focusing on these military cases more so than the FL/ML's revenge arc.

Overall, I'm just glad that the show's just fun to watch in the midst of all the heavy nature. Sometimes, I feel like dramas are so dramatic and boring. But here, the writer knows how not to put too much on the dreary side.

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