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Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12

Everything comes to a head this week as the youngest generation makes major headway in unlocking the secrets this neighborhood has been harboring. The newfound discoveries threaten our couple’s relationship as they each try to come to terms with the past. And the past isn’t finished with them yet – another body reminds everyone that there’s unfinished business in this neighborhood, and no one’s safe.

 
EPISODES 11-12 WEECAP

Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12

I have to say, I do really like both our leads. They may have their frustrating moments, but they’re good people. Gye-hoon’s response to hearing that Da-hyun might’ve witnessed something from when Gye-young disappeared is to be worried about her safety – she shouldn’t have risked going to Jin-geun for answers.

Now that Da-hyun has begun recovering her memory, she starts to question her family’s secrets. She ends up overhearing Bok-hee say that she’ll “never lose Da-hyun again.” And Bok-hee also says something that implies she’s killed (or maimed?) someone before.

Meanwhile, Won-tak struggles to deal with the news that his father is innocent. He glares daggers at Chief Seo, to the confusion of his colleagues. And then, he admits to Gye-hoon he’s ashamed to approach his dad. Ten years ago, Eui-chan sought him out and insisted he was innocent, but Won-tak just told him to pretend not to know him in the future.

Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12 Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12

Although he’s still prickly, Won-tak does seem to be softening a little. It’s adorable how much Gye-hoon wants to be friends again. He gets all nervous about what to cook when Won-tak agrees to come for dinner with Min-jo in tow. It’s an awkward double date affair where both pairs pretend their relationship is platonic.

The real objective of the dinner, though, is to share intel on Jin-geun. Won-tak finally learns the whole truth regarding Da-hyun’s role in all this, down to the stuffing the not-dead body in the freezer.

When Gye-hoon realizes Won-tak seemed uncomfortable with the fancy food, he decides to change his restaurant’s whole menu. He wants his friend to be comfortable eating there (aww), so Gye-hoon finally makes the wise decision to cater to his clientele.

Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12 Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12

Soon after, Da-hyun realizes it’s Gye-hoon’s birthday. Given Gye-young’s disappearance, his birthday isn’t exactly a happy affair in his family. They pretty much ignore it with Gye-hoon feeling guiltier than usual on that day as he gets a year older alone. At least his mom is relatively nice to him this time.

But, of course, things go awry before the day is through. After seeing Gye-hoon and Da-hyun all lovey-dovey, Jin-geun decides to ruin everything. He gives Gye-hoon a “birthday gift”: the truth about that night.

Jin-geun says a man approached him and offered to buy him a game console if he brought Gye-young to a certain house. Then, Jin-geun led Da-hyun there in exchange for a game. Gye-hoon is naturally horrified that Jin-geun did something so inhumane, and when Jin-geun laughs without a hint of remorse, Gye-hoon loses control and beats him up. Jin-geun is practically giddy at the thought that now, Gye-hoon won’t be able to see Da-hyun without thinking of how Gye-young died. He’s so unhinged.

Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12

Simultaneously, Da-hyun retraces her steps, finding the house with the formerly red gate. She goes into the basement and remembers being trapped with Gye-young there. They managed to escape the basement, but Gye-young’s hurt leg made her stumble. Da-hyun left her behind and kept running. Now, Da-hyun cries that she’s sorry.

Elsewhere, a man comes up behind Gye-hoon and chokes him unconscious. Strangely, he doesn’t kill Gye-hoon, although the man does take Jin-geun and tie him up. Da-hyun is definitely feeling the link now too, and rushes to Gye-hoon knowing he was hurt.

Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12 Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12

Da-hyun and Gye-hoon don’t know how to tell each other about their discoveries, but Da-hyun can’t lie to him. She tells him about being another victim and leads him to the house. Gye-hoon confirms that the current owners – a shifty neighborhood couple – didn’t live there at the time of the kidnapping. The ajusshi, though, does look like he’s hiding something and throws a glass at the wall after Gye-hoon leaves. The ajumma tries to approach Da-hyun at night, but Eun-jun runs interference after noticing the woman’s sketchy demeanor.

After getting her memory mostly back, Da-hyun asks her mom if there’s anything she should know. Bok-hee lies that there isn’t, although she seems to know it’s only a matter of time now that Da-hyun is remembering. Da-hyun doesn’t believe her mom, but she’s understanding of her mom’s lies.

Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12

Da-hyun and Gye-hoon try to act normally with each other, but thoughts of Gye-young hang between them. In line with their personalities, Da-hyun has to hash it out while Gye-hoon would rather compartmentalize. She’s completely honest and tells him she left Gye-young behind, and she’s stunned by how understanding he is. Da-hyun isn’t okay and knows he can’t be as okay as he’s pretending to be, so she suggests they break up.

Meanwhile, the crime scene fridge makes its way around the neighborhood. Eventually, it ends up at the police station since the officers needed a new fridge. Min-jo opens it… and there is Jin-geun’s body, again. Actually dead this time. He just couldn’t escape that fridge.

I’d expected the drama to drag out the whodunnit a bit longer, but we get to see the face of the killer who took Gye-young: it’s the witness who recently came clean about lying to the cops per Chief Seo’s suggestion. We end with the killer saying he can’t hold himself back anymore.

Link: Eat, Love, Kill: Episodes 11-12

Well, now that we’ve solved the past mystery, I guess the remaining episodes will be about stopping and catching the killer. It’s clear there’s a lot that the neighbors are hiding about the past. Da-hyun’s family and the shifty couple are obviously hiding details of what happened back then, but why?

We’ve reached the obligatory breakup, but it does make sense here. Although I assume they’ll move past this, I do think Gye-hoon and Da-hyun each need time apart to process. It’s a lot for them both, and they need to be okay individually before worrying about each other.

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It is unexpected who the murderer is, it is not unexpected they broke up or that she is breaking up with her. I actually feel a little bad for Lee Jin Geun, he needed therapy and to be punished. He didn't deserve to die like that.

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Even though he behaved badly, he needed therapy because that experience turned him to a shitty person.

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He was already like that before the incident. The kidnapper didn't tell him to bring Da-hyun, LJG did that all on his own. He was twisted even as a child and I for one don't feel an ounce of sympathy for him especially since he probably killed his former stalking victims.

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Good point!!!

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Seeing him in a new light. Point taken. Should I say he deserved it? 🤔🤔🤔🤔

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I dont understand people complaining that the fun part of the show is gone, or that it is too slow.

Exactly how do you talk about a situation like this, presented in the last 3 episodes?

I still think there is more to it. We saw that this neighborhood had a lot of kids at that time. If something like this happened, it would have a huge impact not only in 2 to 3 families, but to everybody that lives there. I cant wait to find all the answers!

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I wouldn't mind if this drama had been full on thriller from the beginning, but the sudden veering from dark comedy,melo to psycopathic thriller takes away all the things I was previously enjoying. This show had the potential to be an underrated gem, but it is now suffering from a plot stretched out to fill 16 episodes with repeated flashbacks, mandatory breakup and illogical sequence like Eun Jung capturing the suspicious lady in the middle of the night.

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havent watched but hey more females than men in this drama. nice-õ

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i expecting the broke up scene but its still hurts, i wish they wont drag it too long. i think there is a lot more than Lee Jingeun side of story and Dahyun's hazy memories. its weird at how everyone said in earlier eps "small village, everybody knows" but nobody noticed 2 girls missing??? should have someone seen dahyun running after escaping? or the whole village agreed to hide something? or the one who kidnapping and murdering gyeyoung is different person? so many questions.

"At least his mom is relatively nice to him this time." i dont think showing to her son that you cooked for him and throw away everything last minute in the sink knowing damn well your son gonna see it later is nice... we as viewers could see everything but maybe because his mom refuses to see how his feeling all this time, she couldnt bear the thought of gyehoon deserve to be happy.

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I am starting to lose interest even with the reveal of the potential kidnapper/murderer. A family is ruined because of a missing person and another is ruined because of false blaming, but the villagers do not care to share their knowledge on the past event. Mom and granma are becoming annoying by trying to hide the incident from Da Hyun. Their efforts have made Da Hyun grow into a lovable and kind girl which makes me wonder why they do not have the trust share the past. Unless the writer comes up with a compelling situation, I am afraid all this is going to look like a situation that could be avoided/prevented at the end.

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it's like the writer lost its timing to start revealing stuff

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I would like for the show to explore the story of some of the residents that we have been introduced to. I believe that most (if not all) know more than they are letting on about what happened eighteen years ago.

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finally some plot development! it's only at the last half of ep 12, but at least something.
I think we all expected/knew that dahyun was more like a victim than a simple witness at this point, but the drama dragged this revelation SO MUCH that it was almost anti-climatic. the directing and acting were on point, I really liked how they did the camera movement in that basement, showing her as an adult and panning to them as kids.

I wish the restaurant was already opened. we would have at least a new dynamic. everything about gyehoon and dahyun feels extremely repetitive by now. they do the same thing over and over again.

how can dahyun and gyehoon know about the house and, at least, talk to their police friends to see who it was the previous owner?

my last complaint: whoever decided jingoo's styling for this drama did him no good lol

all the actors and the directors are doing a good job with what they have.

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I don't think this story can end without recovering the remains of Gye-young and finding out what happened to the father. Since the likely killer of Gye-young was the one who made the creepy remark for Jin-geun to repeat to Gye-hoon, it would seem he also did away with the father.

Some things just don't add up here. Mom supposedly killed someone responsible for taking Da-hyun, but the killer appears to be alive and well. Da-hyun escaped from the basement on her own, but Mom talks about not losing her again, as though she had disappeared and needed to be rescued. Are the shifty couple who live in the house now the parents of the killer? Did they cover up the murders?

Is it really possible that someone evil enough to kidnap, probably assault, and finally murder a little girl - that someone like that would have stopped with one? And the show seems to be hinting he only became violent again when he started drinking again.... Really?

The silence in this neighborhood keeps the neighbors apart. I hope, by the end, the neighbors are able to each tell the truth, come together to catch the killer, and share a delicious meal together. Maybe at the opening of the restaurant.

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I hope that the show will address the mother and grandmother's secret. I also hope that we do learn what happened to Gye-young so that her family can have some closure.

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Kids never thought to maybe scream for help when they were running down the alley??

Or did they scream and maybe nobody heard because either:
1: Everyone was off across town attending a crime-prevention meeting?
2: Nobody heard because they had the volume up to high on their favorite kdrama?

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I'd go with #2 - but screaming can be surprisingly difficult both physically and mentally. When you're terrified or running or both, your throat is tight and it's hard to force out loud sounds. And you don't whether screaming will bring out any possibly helpful bystanders (in a desolate alley, in the show) or just let the bad guy know where you are and make him more determined to catch and silence you. Not screaming actually seemed more realistic to me than repeatedly moving a corpse-laden commercial-size fridge up and down and all around town.

The fridge was my favorite character in these episodes.

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"The fridge was my favorite character in these episodes."

Im losing my mind at this 😂😂

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-I want them to explore the link more now that it goes both ways.
-I hope this breakup doesn't last long; they need each other now more than ever.
-I'm not surprised by who the Big Bad is because I thought he was suspicious from the beginning.
-I still appreciate the humor, like the dog's new name or grandma throwing salt on the Fridge of Death.
-I actually laughed to see Lee Jin-geun back in that fridge. He was a bully as a child (a budding psychopath, if you ask me), a stalker/abuser as an adult, and quite possibly a murderer (though it was not proven). The only way to stop him was jail or death, and no one was putting him jail, so there's that.

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One thing that seriously dings my enjoyment of this show is that I just can't buy in to the recovered memories thing. From what I have read, human memory/perception/imagination are quite squishy. "I saw X but if that happened they Y must have happened too so I (think I) saw Y too".

Researchers have apparently been able to create false memories in people. Meet with a subject several times over months, make up some story, and then at subsequent sessions "Tell us more about that XYZ that you told us about last time".

Then there was the McMartin preschool case, where persistent and suggestive questioning led children to "remember" and report things that never happened - things that would have been bizarre even in kdramaland.

So when somebody thinks they have solved some old and troubling mystery by remembering something from years ago, I think they are full probably of it.

Any psychologist / memory-researcher Beanies around?

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The return of the refrigerator.

I was right with two assumptions.

As expected, the refrigerator, which is once again proving its worth as a storage place for corpses, turned up again. But I would be lying if I said I felt sorry for the victim.

My theory that Da-hyun was locked up with Gye-young was also surprisingly correct.
I found the stalker creepy before, but the fact that he was already capable of deliberately leading others to their doom as a child (because he was guaranteed to have guessed that nothing good awaited the children) shows another dimension. This is pure evil.

It's a mystery to me why people would more or less deliberately expose themselves to danger like Da-hyun did, involving the yard and basement of a house where she can be pretty sure a crime has occurred. I wouldn't even like to enter someone else's cellar if I didn't want to solve a crime.

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I wasn't feeling sad for Ji-Geun. He was creepy as a child and never changed since. He never showed any remorse and took pleasure to torture our leads by giving them only some informations and kept the whole truth for him. He tried to separate them too.

I never really had theory about the murderer so I was surprised by his identity. Now, I wonder what the old couple is hidding, if they're not guilty.

The mother and the Grandma are frustrating. They are in the case "they know, she knows" but won't talk...

I really hope the break-up will be short! Gye-Hoon needs to convince her!

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As it often happens with this kind of stories, the character's behaviour is starting to make no sense. The stalker was a killer. Even without knowing about the other victims (two? I guess we don't care anymore about that) he was really dangerous and still everyone kept meeting him everywhere at night. Bring the police with you, maybe? No.
Then you have the house of a kidnapper and you just go inside the basement without a single care? And you meet the owner, who could easily be the kidnapper, and you have a friendly chat? Really?
And Da Hyun... does it make any sense that she is not grilling her mom and grandma about what happened? Okay, she could be scared about knowing the truth... but the truth could help figure out what happened to Gye Young. You still don't ask?
I'm getting a bit frustrated about the story... there is too much happening on the thriller side. Too many crimes, shady people, misteries.
But what has really become a joke is the opening of the restaurant. They talk about saving money but they keep buying expensive food and eating it with a lot of wine. I guess the opening will be on the last episode.
Don't get me wrong... I enjoy the drama and I like the two main characters but it's become a bit frustrating.

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@lalla32 I agree with you about the behavior of some of the characters; it defies all logic. Also, I believe that Day Hyun and Gye-Hoon need to be more honest with one another because the events of eighteen years ago effected them both.

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Parents in this series are not really a good lot in this series. Neglect, stupid decisions and overall lack of care of the children by their parents in a recurring theme.

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I don’t think we’ve solved the mystery of what happened to Gyeyoung yet. In the preview for the next episode there’s a voiceover from the perpetrator wondering if DaHyun will recognize him, but the fish monger already met with her earlier at the restaurant, apparently without qualms (though maybe somehow he’s found out she’s recovered some memories and wants to test her? But why would he do that?).
I read a theory online that the abductor just wanted to kidnap Dahyun for ransom (because the family was comparatively well off and the twins were kind of minor tv celebrities). But then Ji-guen brought Dahyun because he wanted games for the console, which messed up the plan.
We don’t see the fishmonger kill Jiguen or Gyeyoung so maybe there’s another accomplice out there?
More questions: why did the perpetrator want to ask GyeHoon if he knew where his father was? Why was Gyeyoung injured? How many people were involved in the whole kidnapping/rescue/coverup (current owners of the house seem to feel remorse over something that happened, we also know grandma entered the red gate at some point).
How did the link transfer to Dahyun (or was it with her from the beginning?). And how/why did Dahyun completely lose her memory of what happened? Was she physically hit in the head or did she see Gyeyoung die and suppressed it? Seems like she knows who the perpetrator is, somewhere in her memory.
@quirkycase thank you so much for the recaps, and I agree with you that Dahyun and Gyehoon acted in character in that she very openly talked about the elephant in the room- ie how could he love her unreservedly without thinking of his sister- and he was afraid to talk about it. But the break up was frustrating given it took them 9 episodes to get together. I’m hoping Gyehoon be brave enough to really talk through his feelings (because I got the sense what drove dahyun to break up with him was him saying it didn’t matter when it clearly did).
I’m missing the dark humor of the earlier episodes as well but I guess there were only so many times mom and grandma could roam the neighborhood with their baseball bat and hammer. I appreciated Eun-Jeong’srunning up to intercept the woman from confronting Dahyun but am curious about what the woman was going to say (a confession of sorts)?
I was really moved by Ji won-tak’s/Han sejin’s hesitant moves to reconnect with his father, would like to see more of that.
Hoping the show will wrap up all these storylines, bring the link couple and police couple together, along with the wrongly accused father and his son, open lines of communications between all the children and their parents, and do so in a realistic way without making me dislike the people I’ve already fallen in love with (specifically grandma and mom). Is that too much to ask?

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Haha, that's my theory!

So I think there should've been more victims if he was a pedo or serial killer, cuz those are repeat offenders. But it
seems like the village only talked about Gyeyoung and nobody knows Dahyun was kidnapped too. He also had many
years to kill Dahyun and many chances to stop Gyehoon. Instead he was the one who shooed LJG into hiding.

I think it started as a ransom plot. The twin's father is a physician, but the real wealth is from their mom's family. Gyehoon was able to rent an apartment for months before moving in, hire 2 fulltime chefs to do nothing, keep serving
lavish dinners and wines to his insomniac neighbor (she was really just a neighbor at the time), toss out an expensive
commerical fridge cuz his crush feels uncomfortable looking at it, and still be in no hurry to start his business. According
to character description, he studied abroad to become a chef. Also, the twins were well known thanks to their attention-seeker parents.

Maybe the fish guy was only desperate to get out of a financial crisis so he tried to kidnapped Gyeyoung. I think that's how Gyeyong got hurt first, but she may have put up a fight so he gave up doing it the violent way. He bribed LJG with a console but it sounds like LJG, in his own sick mind, thought he would be interested in any little girl, so he lured Dahyun to the house too.

Construction guy probably knew about it so he's fearing Gyehoon. He wasn't the owner the year before, but there was
construction tools all over the backyard when the kids walked into the house. He may have been contracted to work there so they used that basement.

The fish vendor said he didn't kill Gyeyoung. He probably didn't. She could’ve died accidentally or killed by the
accomplice. When the girls ran off, things probably got out of hand. I don't think Dahyun left Gyeyoung. She just doesn’t
remember what happened after that.

While watching, I kinda got the sense that the fish guy was easy on Gyehoon, only knocked him out but left him unharmed. He was just going after LJG. He probably wanted to kill that sociopath when he was a kid. And now with some alcohol he finally did it. I think he wanted LJG dead more than trying to stop the case from being revealed cuz instead of burying him somewhere secret, he put him in the fridge. Also, the fact that he knew LJG was once hidden in that fridge, I'm starting to think he "killed" LJG the first time. Dahyun is no match for LJG physically so I don't think she took him out. That would explain why LJG, who wasn't afraid to fist fight Gyehoon and Wontak together, was very intimidated by the fish guy in the alley. He knows he could kill him.

In this scenario. Dahyun shouldn't suffer survivor's guilt cuz Gyeyoung was not a trade-off for her survival. Rather she
was the bystander that unfortunately got trapped with the kidnappee.

And maybe Gyehoon's father already found the truth from the fish vendor, so he asked Gyehoon...

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so he asked Gyehoon about Dr Eun's
whereabouts. His father may have lost his mind if he found out his obsession to show off his twins endangered them. I just hope he's still alive.

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Wow this is amazing! Your theories totally makes sense, especially the ransom since the fish monger was definitely upset that LJG came back with DaHyun. I’m interested to see if how things pan out…

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The construction guy seemed guilty of killing someone, maybe when the girls ran away from the fish guy, he accidentally knocked Gye Young? Just like that taxi driver he tried to hide her body? There is nothing more exciting than a TOD cameo😅😅

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@geliguolu These are some great theories.

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Like everyone else i was surprised by the murderer...

I can't believe Dahyun walked into that creepy home without one of the family's weapon of choice 🙄

Sigh... Although it kind of makes sense for everything not to continue smoothly between both did we really need the mandatory episode 12 break up? 😩

The drama is now all serious... I don't think I laughed watching these episodes 😑

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I don't really feel bad for Ji-Geun

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This is how these two episodes went for me, approximately, give or take the strength required to get a fridge up 3 stories and the intelligence to not go into mysterious basements alone at night:

11 and Most of 12: slow, slow, slow, reveals the audience knew by episode 6, filler noble idiocy stares, slow, more slow, ooh evil fish man, is he the leader of an Evil Fish Cult perchance? hidden context, hidden context, hidden context ...

The Return of the Fridge and her Encore Reveal: Amazing. Spectacular. Showstopping. What a performance.
Laughed way too hard and had to stifle my laughter because I'm 95% sure the show at this point in its run, didn't actually intend that to be as funny as it was, and I'm just a morbid child.

Momento Mori, and all that.

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Oh, I totally thought the Fridge Reveal Redux was meant to be funny. The show veered far into heavy emotional stuff and needed a hard pull back to black comedy. Fridge was indeed the star of these episodes. She showed us a little leg in the first couple of episodes, flashed a bit of décolletage and a naughty wink in the middle, and went all-in on the T and A at the end of ep. 12. Brava, Fridge!

Are there rival Fish Cults in Kdramaland? 😮

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I've thought long and hard about how intentional it was. Whilst the presence of the fridge in these episodes, and the way everyone eyeing it was definitely supposed to be comedic relief, the reveal of Jin Geun's body, the music, the framing around the Leads and their 'break up", the parallel plot reveals and the Fish Guy in his warehouse, and just the overall direction of the show away from dark comedy to more melo, seemed far far too intentionally serious for how much I laughed.
But the opposite also makes sense; It being an intentional return to black comedy would be a brilliant move- but makes me wonder at the same time why they left that in the first place.
On the other hand- it also felt like it was supposed to be a shocking and sombre reveal at the same time, and that, the whilst the fridge was still in episode 2, the rest of the show wasn't 😂😂😂
Whatever the case, the Fridge, was ofc, as per usual, brilliant and remains my favourite character in this show lol.

*Gasp* oh yes/I>. The one and only Secretary Fish Cult from Secret Life of My Secretary, the legend herself, please.
My finest moment in kdrama- watching, *wipes tear from eye*, calling the Fish Cult...

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@sicarius Thank you for this brilliant and succinct recap of events ;)

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I get that he’s super rich and famous etc so probably has a lot of capital, and I’m also no economist or commerce person but for some reason I’m getting increasingly anxious thinking about the state of finances atm with Gyehoon’s restaurant - they keep cooking so much 3 star Michelin food for ‘prep’ or to feed for free, but there’s no real solid sign of opening soon or any potential revenue in sight. And that’s not even considering maintenance, utilities or employee entitlements. Just how loaded is this guy and how much has he already sunk 😭

I also love that they comically addressed the whole whisper talk thing - I always found it hilarious when characters take a side bar to chat in ‘private’ or think they’re whispering but are actually talking at a very normal decibel around others who can hear them pretty clearly hahahaha

As for the murder mystery part of it - I think everyone else has summed up my feelings. I didn't see that coming at all so I'm still processing it and although I knew the breakup would be coming (after also realising the writer last worked on Suspicious Partners, there's a few dozen similarities here) I just hope they don't drag it out too much!!

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😂 I'm honestly tired of waiting for the restaurant opening. Gyehoon must have been a chaebol heir in another life seeing how he's spending his money

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When they revealed the culprit, imma be honest, I didnt know who he was. I didnt even know his name. I just knew he was the guy who lied about his statement that led to won-tak's dad being framed for it. If i recall correctly, he wasnt even present in much scenes throughout the show hence I did feel disappointed and I'm praying for an accomplice or a plot twist.

LJE was so twisted, even as a child like damn

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The culprit is totally unexpected! So where is Gye Young? Is she alive, or is she murdered? At least where's her remains.

I believed there's more to what's shown in episode 12. How did mom & halmoni stumbled upon Da Hyun. What caused Da Hyun to forget the whole thing.

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I am probably wrong, but I keep thinking the female police officer is Gyeyoung with amnesia because she looks a lot like the age progressed picture that Gyehoon had made in an earlier episode.

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