So let me start with the dinner table conversation . WTF was that about? This is probably why I should learn Korean because I was hella confused. In fact this whole episode got me in a baffled state. I sort of understood it and sort of didn’t. But the way Sun Ho looked a little jealous when he heard Joon Ho and Hyun had been on man dates already. The tension at the dinner table was too much, not to mention so awkward. Seems the dinner invite was extended so that he can figure out whether one of these two have any connection to Min. I feel like his suspicion arises because of the way these two think. That is, ‘VERY’ differently to the rest of the Team. I mean I guess he’s right to suspect these two out of the others since the others are a bit more simple minded. Nevertheless why are the conversations between these three so hard to follow? I seriously struggled to keep up.
Especially when the three of them end up interrogating the older brother. I would have been as scared as he was because he uttered only 3 words before the completely ploughed him. You literally have a mind fu*k dream team in front of you. They don’t even let the guy talk and pretty much analyse him to the T gaining the valuable the information they wanted. The way they just looked at him like he was useless after the finished- LOL. #TheyNeedToSlowDown [ I swear I had to replay the conversation 3 times ]
So the culprit was the younger brother and they conclude he must have began the streak because of his lack of love from his brother who looked down on him. Ok cutting all the bullsh*t I could not understand, basically the younger brother has an inferiority complex. Oh yeah they also figure out that there must have been an accomplice who was wiping the corpses clean etc. Of course from last time they concluded it may be due to guilt which Ji An’d interaction with the girlfriend confirms for us. Furthermore I am so sorry that I thought the girl was secretly the older brother. #MyBad
Team Leader Kang definitely has feelings for Ji An. Despite being in his hospitalised state, he still tries his hardest to remember what the hostage address is. Bless him. He does remember eventually and tells our Brain team who ends up saving Ji An and the other lady. If there’s one thing I can’t help thinking about this drama, it’s that the fight scenes ALWAYS make me laugh. I don’t even know why, just the way they fight to me is hilarious! I saw that look Sun Ho! Jealous? Envy? I’m not sure what to label it but you can tell he was not happy to see Hyun helping Ji An up.
Joon Ho doesn’t believe the girlfriend’s intentions from the beginning. Seriously his conversations are so creepy. He always say’s creepy things and making the atmosphere weird. I would never want to be under his inspection.
No fair I want to wakeup like that. Literally Ji An wakes up surrounded by all those good looking guys. I’d be embarrassed too Ji An and blushing like a baboon’s butt. Can I get a serving of Bangtan Sonyeondan please?
Whilst interviewing the girlfriend Hyun comes to the conclusion that she has a certain disease which allowed her to become immune to the torturous acts. Because of the fact that she was in close proximity with someone like her boyfriend. Hyun relates it to Min and it’s helping him get closer to the truth. He comes up with the possibility that Min, who may be behind the corpseless murders, could of been kidnapped by Joon Young and thus be influenced by him. But Joon Ho thinks differently. He says that not all people would make the same decision in the same situation- and for once I agree with his theory. The girlfriend must have had such a gene to cause her to react the way she did. This was done intentionally to make us think back to Min and how his gruesome paintings gave off a psycho vibe. Maybe he too has that gene?
Oh snap! Planning Director may not have been as innocent as we thought. She had a former link to Joon Young. Because of gender inequality she caved into his proposition to enable her to move up the promotional ladder. She removed his restriction on letters in exchange for information on criminals. This was a factor enabling him to escape. The scene seemed to also imply that she never looked for Min meaning indirectly neither has Hyun. He seems pissed because of the guilt. Interestingly they switch it to Sun Ho who wonders why no one ever looked for him. Part of me always wants to give Sun Ho a hug, but then again I don’t trust him. However Hyun loses his suspicion in Sun Ho when our trusted Art Hyung tells him that his background is completely clean.
After this she gives him a stack of magazines which had hidden messages to her from Joon Young on criminals. At least I think that’s what it was because then there’s a letter which has a note called a ‘song for a dead child’. He takes from that note that Joon Young expected her to tell Hyun that Min was dead. Am I right? I’m going to be perfectly honest I had no idea what that note was supposed to mean. I was just confused and I’ve just replayed it and I still don’t get it.
We have finally moved a step closer on the Ji An and Hyun front. Earlier on we see the sweet comparison between both of them and how they trust each other to survive and protect.
The ending! So she tells him how she felt so scared because she thought it was the end for her. Being so close to death made her think about how her dad must have felt. Her final statement was sweet. She was more afraid of not being able to see him again. This near death experience must have made her think YOLO cause she goes for it and kisses him. You go girl! Not gonna lie the positioning was a little funny though but it was cute at the same time.