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Cafe Minamdang: Episodes 11-12

Our heroes spend this week mostly in denial of their feelings for each other, while making a lot of progress in their investigation. But a past tragedy comes back in an uncanny parallel, putting our profiler-shaman between a rock and a hard place.

 
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After Jae-hui’s offer and identity reveal, Han-jun vehemently protests against working together, especially knowing she’s his best friend’s sister. Jae-hui is unbothered, even threatening him with arrest over Cafe Minamdang’s real purpose.

Jae-hui drags him through the cafe to prove just how serious she is. Though the rest of the Minamdang crew tries to save him, they quickly backtrack after Jae-hui also threatens them with arrest. Every man for himself!

Han-jun reluctantly agrees to work together, and they all sit down to plan their next step. Han-jun wants to follow the lead on Director Park. Despite letting Jae-hui in on their side of the investigation, Han-jun tells the others that he still won’t work with her. He claims he doesn’t want to see her in danger because she’s Jae-jeong’s sister.

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In their respective rooms, our two leads reflect back on their previous interactions in light of what they learned. At first, Han-jun is horrified by their interactions. But when he digs up old mementos from the younger Jae-hui, he smiles warmly — all while justifying himself to Jae-jeong’s photo. Han-jun seems surprised about her identity, so I guess he really didn’t know? I thought he already knew way back in Episode 4 when he visited Jae-jeong’s ashes…

Meanwhile, Jae-hui is equally horrified to remember all the times she hit him (finally!), but it doesn’t last long because she quickly shifts her focus to the more romantically inclined memories where they held hands and accidentally kissed. Sigh, and I really thought this was going to be the start of a redemption arc for this rather violent detective.

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The next day, Jae-hui heads to the cafe to meet Han-jun, and she even wears color and puts on extra makeup. Is this really the same ghost-like detective we’ve been seeing these past weeks?

When Jae-hui arrives at Minamdang, Han-jun is dismayed to find Do-won tagging along. The prosecutor gets accused of being the shaman’s fanboy after getting caught holding one of the banners from Han-jun’s many fangirls: “Together forever, Nam Han-jun.” Both Han-jun and Do-won become even more indignant after noticing they are wearing matching suits. LOL.

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Han-jun really doesn’t want to work with Do-won. In response, Do-won only shows Han-jun the back of the banner: “Refusal means death.” Oof!

When that doesn’t work, Do-won brings out his final card: he has a list of Joyce Entertainment’s secret investors. So Han-jun begrudgingly accepts him into the Minamdang operations. Upon reviewing the documents, they find many big names, all of whom have invested in the company in return for sexual favors, gambling events, and more corruption.

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Meanwhile, Director Park is getting anxious. He has been flooding Han-jun with messages but getting no response. So when he finally receives a text, he heads straight to Cafe Minamdang.

During their consultation, Han-jun implies there’s an “evil spirit” around Director Park’s father. His efforts get him a name: Auntie Im, who is described as a shaman providing guidance to society’s elites. Director Park begs for the shaman’s help, offering a staggering amount of money to exorcize the “evil spirit.” Our money-loving Han-jun can’t say anything but yes.

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In his office, Do-won finds more information on Joyce Entertainment and its numerous affiliated companies, and even suspects one of them is a paper company. He calls Jae-hui to give her an update, but he quickly drops everything to join the police team on a trip to the mountains. Turns out the team found a lead on Assistant Gu standing as a witness for the victim in a firearms accident years ago. So they’re heading to a mountain lodge to meet their next lead.

After a slight mishap with some poisonous mushrooms, the lodge owner warmly welcomes them and freely talks about Assistant Gu. But the police team is surprised to learn that Assistant Gu has apparently been missing for years. Oh no, he’s not really Assistant Gu, is he? When the owner shows a photo, the man they know as Assistant Gu is revealed to be formerly known as IM YEONG-JOO. And the plot thickens. Who is this guy, really?

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Back at Cafe Minamdang, the place is all decked out and the crew is dressed in clothes described as “the modern reinterpretation of shamanism.” Apparently, Han-jun has rented the cafe to the Taekseong Shaman Association to find more information on Auntie Im.

Han-jun learns that all Taekseong members have some sort of beef with Auntie Im, even calling her a quack. One shaman in particular is extra furious. Apparently, when they were disciples, Auntie Im murdered their shaman mentor. She’s always been evil, hasn’t she?

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A fight suddenly erupts between two feuding shamans. While Han-jun, Hye-jun, and Su-cheol try to hide, Na-dan takes the stage to announce a surprise performance — by none other than the beloved Minamdang crew! LOL.

While the crew is entertaining their guests, a spy takes a photo of Han-jun and sends it to Assistant Gu, who reports to Auntie Im. She only tells her assistant to keep an eye on him, because they just need to wait for him to fall into their trap.

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A few days later, everything comes to a head at the signing ceremony of the Sinmyeong land redevelopment agreement. Han-jun and Su-cheol sneak in as waiters, unaware that Do-won has received an actual invitation as a family member (though he does sneak in a date with Jae-hui in the guise of investigation).

At the party, our shaman is taken aback by Jae-hui all dolled up. They try to hide, but an excited CEO Min-gyeong, accompanied by Director Park, bumps into them, putting them in direct confrontation with Jae-hui and Do-won. After Min-gyeong lays claim on Han-jun as her fiance, we witness an exaggerated stand-off between the ladies, fighting over our shaman. LOL.

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Han-jun only escapes once the waiters are called to welcome the party’s guest honor: Cha Seung-won, whom Han-jun recognizes due to his expensive perfume and immediately identifies as an insecure man obsessed with pride and privilege.

As Seung-won mingles with other important-looking people, Do-won approaches to greet him, but is forced to leave after Han-jun “accidentally” spills a drink on him.

While the brothers seem to be civil with one another, Seung-won’s face quickly darkens after a tactless Director Park talks his mouth off. Apparently, Do-won is considered the better, favored brother and was even first in line to succeed the Choekang conglomerate until he chose to be a prosecutor. Ouch?

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After all contracts are signed, all the important-looking people (a.k.a. the powers that be) head to a secluded area to meet Auntie Im. Han-jun and Su-cheol pose as chefs to plant a bug in the meeting. It’s Han-jun’s first face-off with Auntie Im, who unflinchingly stares at him and gives him loads of ominous warnings.

After escaping the dining area, Han-jun and Su-cheol sit down nearby to eavesdrop. They confirm that these people were involved in Eun-hye’s murder and even hear Auntie Im’s plan to get rid of Assistant Gu to silence him after.

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Seung-won finally joins the meeting, but as he starts speaking, Auntie Im shushes everyone. Oh no, she finds the bug! In a rare instance, someone has finally one-upped our Minamdang crew.

Though Su-cheol repeatedly gets back up, he and Han-jun are essentially kidnapped. A worried Hye-jun enlists the help of the police team, while Director Park and a drunk Min-gyeong witness the kidnapping. They’re able to provide the license plate to the police, who quickly chase Assistant Gu across the city.

In an abandoned warehouse, Assistant Gu interrogates Han-jun. In between numerous attempts to wake up a knocked out Su-cheol, Han-jun is forced to spill what he heard, including how Auntie Im plans to get rid of Assistant Gu after. This seemingly doesn’t faze Assistant Gu, who simply orders his goons to cut up the dynamic duo.

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Unfortunately for the goons, Han-jun finally succeeds in waking up Su-cheol by bonking him on his head with a stick. He just blames it on them (LOL), so Su-cheol gets mad and effortlessly fights off each one.

Arriving just as the fight ends, Jae-hui saves Han-jun from a knife to the gut, showing off her supernatural physical strength. She makes doubly sure her crush isn’t in danger by beating up the goons even more.

Do-won and Detective Jang catch up to Assistant Gu, but after a brief scuffle, the suspect once again escapes. He does seem rattled after Detective Jang brought up his old name.

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As the dynamic duo returns to Cafe Minamdang, Hye-jun cries in relief, rushing to hug… Su-cheol and not her brother! An indignant Han-jun asks her why she’s more worried about Su-cheol than him, but it only ends with Hye-jun taking Su-cheol to the hospital and Jae-hui staying behind to take care of Han-jun.

Left alone, Jae-hui and Han-jun reminisce over shared memories. Jae-hui even expects a kiss, except Han-jun backs out at the last minute, probably remembering she’s his best friend’s sister. Then they get another moment and Han-jun finally nearly leans in — except a call from Hye-jun interrupts them. Then a third moment, which yet another call interrupts. They’re never gonna kiss this week, no?

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Then we cut to the love line I’m honestly more interested in: Su-cheol and Hye-jun, yay! At Su-cheol’s apartment, Hye-jun gets frustrated that he can’t pick up on the hints that she likes him. So she straight-up asks him if he likes her too, and after getting confirmation, she pulls him in for a kiss!!! Then another!!!

But a nervous Su-cheol backs away until she pulls a confession right out of him. And cue another kiss!!! I’m so happy for the two of them. Plus, it’s just funny how these two gave us the kisses we didn’t get with the main leads — but Su-cheol and Hye-jun have better chemistry than them anyway, to be honest.

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The next day, back at Minamdang, Su-cheol and Hye-jun catch Han-jun and Jae-hui on the couch… cuddling? Well, if you consider Jae-hui nearly choking the life out of Han-jun cuddling.

But becoming suspicious of the new couple’s whereabouts last night, Han-jun activates overprotective brother mode. Since Su-cheol can’t lie to save his life, Hye-jun just makes up excuses. Still, Han-jun keeps a really close eye on them as the two send hearts at each other. They do need to continue working on the investigation, so Hye-jun hacks into Assistant Gu’s credit card history and finds a hip and high-end restaurant as his last transaction.

Han-jun decides to go solo this time and leaves the Minamdang crew behind at the cafe. But he does invite Jae-hui for a date in the guise of asking for her assistance in the investigation. He pulls out all the stops, ordering steak and wine and giving Jae-hui flowers.

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To Han-jun’s dismay, Do-won butts into the date-slash-investigation, prompting a brief bickering between the two rivals. So they just get right to work. After interviewing the bartender, they learn Assistant Gu is a regular at the restaurant. After getting more clues, they figure out that Assistant Gu is probably hiding out at some camping grounds.

Meanwhile, Do-won has left to confront his brother about his involvement in the dark dealings, promising to send him to jail like Do-won has already done with other members of their family. I guess this confirms that Do-won is a good guy, then?

During the brothers’ confrontation, we get a hint of a previous incident involving Seung-won, which their father apparently covered up. And we also get a hint that Seung-won (perhaps along with other members of Auntie Im’s clientele) is addicted to an unknown red drug.

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Elsewhere, the Minamdang crew and the police team work together to find Assistant Gu’s hideout amid a wide camping ground. They all split up to cover more ground.

Deep into the night, Jae-hui finds a lone RV in the dark. After a little snooping, she confirms it really is the bad guy’s. But Assistant Gu has been watching her, and once she’s inside, he locks her in, preparing to burn her alive. Oh no, this is just like Jae-jeong’s murder!

Han-jun arrives just in time to apprehend an escaping Assistant Gu as the RV burns in the distance. So Han-jun is forced to make a choice: apprehend the bad guy, or save the sister of his best friend? Unfortunately, we won’t know until next week what he chooses.

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In this week’s final epilogue, we see why Assistant Gu has been rattled by hearing his old name. Detective Jang visits a burnt, dilapidated home in the mountains, where he finds a photo of a young Assistant Gu and his mother — who looks uncanningly similar to sewer murder victim Kang Eun-hye.

Despite uncovering a lot this week, we’re still left with a number of questions about the true motive of Auntie Im and her clients, though with the cliches in the world of K-dramas, it’s safe to infer that it involves money, corrupt chaebols and politicians, and a whole lot of power.

After being sidelined in the first half, it seems Do-won will finally take centerstage in the next episodes. We’re seeing more threads around him and his family, and as we continue to uncover the truth behind Assistant Gu and his bosses, I hope Do-won continues to be on the side of Han-jun and the rest of the good guys. In fact, the rivalry between Han-jun and Do-won is the highlight of this week. Every time they share a scene, they end up bickering like an old married couple and it’s hilarious. I’m hoping for more in the next episodes!

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The things we do for SIG...

After catching up to this, I understand some of the comments I had seen in DB... I also find the FL extremely annoying but it was definitely worst in the earlier episodes.

The minamdang crew are definitely what keeps this drama moving. Even the budding love story is cute.

How can Nam Han-Jun be this "weak" ? I can't keep count of the number of slaps and punches he has received since the beginning of this drama. I know he's just a profiler but I thought he would be a better fighter especially from those flashbacks. This makes me wonder how his obnoxious self survived in prison for 2 years 😅.

I found myself once again doubting Prosecutor Cha for a split second during his interaction with Tae-su but then i felt guilty when I saw him confronting his brother 😅😅. My "bad guy" radar must be acting up.

How stupid is the female lead to actually enter the van of a known killer without back up? And then she was pleading with the said killer instead of calling for backup? I really really hate it when people who are supposed to know better do dumb stuff.

Was that supposed to be a cliffhanger? He will obviously save her but I wish he could just pick a rock and hit Tae-su before saving her.

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The things we do for SIG indeed ... haha. But then again, it's because he's killing it in this role especially when he's on full shaman mode 🤣

It's also weird how they make him so weak. Like they shouldn't have shown us that backstory for nothing.

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That's true! The backstory throws the audience into all sorts confusion like the clear age gap in the past vs the barely-there age gap here. If he's the sort of cop that doesn't like fighting or has no affinity for it, why was he training a pre-teen girl in judo? They could have met in other ways.

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Exactly

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Su Cheol and Hye Jun are hilarious. How adorable.

Also it is almost like the writer forgot Han Jun could do Judo. He is always getting beat up. It is weird.

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It's so weird how much he gets beat up. I thought it was some facade when I was watching the earlier episodes

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Me too, but I think the writer may have actually forgotten, it is as if we didn't see him training Jae Hui before.

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And then there's the fact that he fought Tae Su in hand to hand both the night of the brother's murder AND in that gang leader's lair, just fine.
I think they forgo continuity a lot for the sake of humour, and it backfires on them lol

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Sigh, so true hahaha

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This makes more sense than the writer forgetting. Forgoing continuity for humor. lol

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The writer just wants him to hit and boss Soo-cheol around. Give the guy's head a break! I cheered when Soo-cheol and Hye-jun got together. Han-jun, go ahead and push Soo-cheol around. At night, he's going to have Hye-jun push him around in a totally different way. Rawr!

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SIG's facial expressions were perfect this week. I laughed so hard my stomach hurt. I wish they'd let SIG sing in the cafe.
Ending wasn't much of a cliff hanger unless they pull a major plot twist. We already know his regret 3 yrs ago is fighting the killer instead of helping his friend. Of course he'll save her.
No comment on lead romance as I've chosen to ignore it for as long as possible.
I loved CEO lady sounding the alarm when they were kidnapped. I wish she could join cafe gang in some way.

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CEO lady has been stealing the scenes she's in since ep 1 for me. wish I could see more of her chasing our shaman to make him marry her lol

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Same. If they had her do this every episode it would never get old. NEVER.

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I'm shipping Han-jun and the CEO lady. I wish they'd have more screentime together instead. Lol. Imagine the shenanigans if she's part of the crew and she's this slightly unhinged CEO who will help her man at all cost 🤣🤣🤣

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CEO lady seems like a good match with overly clingy-texter what-his-face. Given up on remembering the bad guys. They don't have much presence.

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Team Lady CEO!

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Where do we sign the petition? 🤣🤣🤣

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This drama is so weirdly written. But there is SIG, what I can do?

Han-Jun is beaten very easily by thugs but when he's against the killer, he's a great fighter... Jae-Hui can jump very high, run very fast, she's very strong but she can't find an exit alone and she asks the killer to open the door...

I really like Jung Da-Eun as Auntie Im, she was great in the Drama Special: Girls as the queen too.

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I was like, isn't there a sun roof and yes there is. I am going to chalk it up to panic, otherwise they really made her dumb for no reason.

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"They really made her dumb for no reason."

This. It doesn't help that the actress playing the FL has no charisma whatsoever. I don't feel any spark between her and SIG. 😳

But then, the writers have been sacrificing character continuity for comedy...not that the characterizations are solid in the first place. Lol

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the most unrealistic thing in this entire drama was the FL being called a skilled detective.

mina is too cute!

I gave up taking this whole investigation seriously a long time ago, but prosecutor cha being the younger brother of one of the main suspects and they all sharing everything with him is the cherry on top.

the writing for this drama is a bit all over the place, but I think the romance could work if the actress was someone that could match SIG's charm, like PBG was in doom at your service. I could see the romance scenes, especially the bickering and funny ones, working if it was someone as charismatic as he is. (the violence could go away. not only between the leads but also with sucheol, that guy doesn't deserve to be a punching bag)

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*PBY, park boyoung, of course lol

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He had a great chemistry with Park Bo-Gum too. 😂

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"the most unrealistic thing in this entire drama was the FL being called a skilled detective." This, a thousand times.

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Plus, it’s just funny how these two gave us the kisses we didn’t get with the main leads — but Su-cheol and Hye-jun have better chemistry than them anyway, to be honest.

Or to be snarky, our ML has better chemistry with his fan than with the FL.

Han-jun is forced to make a choice: apprehend the bad guy, or save the sister of his best friend?

I know what choice I'd like him to make, but kdramas just don't do that. Well, maybe if she had a sudden huge scandal and had to be written out of the script (*cough*Kim Sae-ron*cough*). Never lose hope.

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Her having a huge scandal has the added benefit of not having to see her in future shows (sorry not sorry)

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The mushrooms better get brought back up in a later episode. Otherwise there was absolutely no point to that scene. It wasn’t especially funny, so there must be another purpose, right? Right?

I’m glad we made relationship(s) progress this week, and even gladder we made investigation progress. I think the jealousy ridiculousness of our weird love square was great, and I’m trying to just enjoy it without thinking of all the reasons I don’t like the FL. Gu Tae-su is turning out to be much more interesting than I was expecting him to be – yes please to more of his backstory. I’m also a little glad that Auntie Im is not a total pushover. I mean, she seems like a scary person, but also a cunning one, so I’m glad they didn’t just score easy points against her. Got to have a worthy adversary for our crew!

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Phhhhh to that unnecessary romance angle. Is it just me that finds it gross that they first met when Hanjun was an adult and Jaehui was a little girl?
And, notwithstanding the above, way to go in stuffing up their own production’s (forced) OTP’s believability. The timeline is bonkers and makes no sense as they now appear to be of the same age more or less? Oy vey.

The KDrama world’s hilarious indifference regarding the casting of child actors who bear no resemblance to the adult versions is also present here. ( My most recent bugbear was the child actor cast as the younger version of Jiwoon in TKA who not only didn’t resemble Rowoon one bit but had such a nasal voice which made it impossible for me to believe he was indeed the young Jiwoon given Rowoon’s gorgeous speaking voice.)

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I think from recent dramas, one kid-to-adult casting that was well made was yeo jingoo in link.

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So they initially tried to pull that misdirect at the beginning of the show that made Cha Do Won look like, if not straight up Gopuri, then at least involved in this all somehow.

They seem to currently be instead making him out to be the most boring and pointless Second Lead in existence (he’s a Pot Plant. Take him out of the show and what happens. Absolutely nothing.) except they also still keep shooting him weirdly that makes me suspicious of him lmao.

Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that I think that would’ve been the better option. Why am I trying to fix this show; it’s a hot mess, whatever just indulge me for a second ok.

Fine, serial killers are not frequently done well and also overdone, but even worse is the generic chaebol cult of generic rich baddies into a whole lot of generic awful shit, all blank faced, bland, and with no weight on any story they’re in, clichés of a cliché at this point (Nam Ha Jun even SAYS they’re cliched in episode 12 lmao like yeah fam, a little more of that self-awareness in this show would go a long way) are even worse. There’s just nothing to them. They’re not good portrayals of evil, they’re not worthwhile antagonists or villains, and I’m so sick of them! (why didn’t I write that thing on Kdrama Villains again…?)

I actually think the main thing this show originally had going for it in terms of its villain was the ritualistic elements of the murders and the fact that shamanism seems to be important to the killer. At least, that’s weirdly what I was interested in about it at first…

So. Take away all the unnecessary shit, make Cha Do Won the villain, give him a decent motivation and clean up the plot holes required to make that work, and pair the villain obsessed with shamanism with the fake shaman profiler- that’s at least more interesting than whatever we have right now. Shoot, there’s even several layers of dynamic potential there.

It’s episode 12 and even Ziggy’s Road Runner shenanigans are starting to lose me but by some miracle (the ffwd button) I may just scrape through to the inevitable disappointing end yet…

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I am not exactly paying attention to all of the bits but was it ever explained how Hajun came to meet Sucheol? And, why does Sucheol have that much maligned hairdo? I wish I better understood the possible cultural dimensions of that haircut. Some Koreans have naturally wavy hair but straight hair seems to be more prevalent so I get why that haircut and its less severe offshoots are the easiest but what is the deal with the ultra short version that poor Sucheol has been saddled with? Is he an ex-con and he is still paying his debt to society?

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iirc sucheol was also a cop/detective when hajun was in police force and he was also dragged into the whole fake manipulating evidence thing. I don't think he went to jail like HJ, but he was expelled. he tried to be a private investigator until HJ left prison and decide to star the shaman thing.

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I almost hope the FL will die in the fire and everyone will be sad for a moment. It'd make a tragic storyline, right? But nope, the next episode's preview she's alive and kicking.... *frustrated*

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Haha IKR, sorry not sorry 😶

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I'm glad the good guys are finally working together, but the crime/mystery part is seriously losing me with adding Prosecutor Cha's bro into the mix of bad dudes and finding out burned-wrist-dude turned out to have a stolen identity and a target on his expendable back (are we supposed to feel bad for him?). The drama was also weird in making it seem like Jae-hui and Older Cop recognize his name by the way they said it so many times. I didn't even realize the thing about the photo at the end (from a house that likely burned down 20 years ago and no one ever touched) until you mentioned it in your recap.

I didn't pay much attention to the romance, but I actually liked it this week since I'm so tired of the crime-solving. Jae-hui works better as prickly-romantic-interest than hot-headed competent cop (who was cold-blooded, mysterious cop in episode 1 before her personality transplant). And besotted Han-jun is funny to watch, though I side-eye him getting turned on watching Jae-hui get violent. He has his type I guess. Maybe it's that Catholic guilt. Also what's with Han-jun having a framed pic of him and Big Bro so close to his bed? Going to be hard to have sexy times in it. And how did Jae-hui have such a close relationship with her bro and the Jae-hui and Han-jun never met as adults?

I thought Hye-jun was a little too aggressive since Soo-cheol didn't respond back, but I also love it when female character is the alpha sexually. I also love how they're doing all this behind Han-jun's back. Mr.Profiler suspects, but he can't prove it or catch them. Rooting for those two!

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"Maybe it's that Catholic guilt." *chokes*

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Like many here, I've tuned out of the main romance in favour of the general capers and 2nd romance. I do think the Minamdang gang work so well together.

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