Deeper down the rabbit hollow we pass with"Wanted"and things are beginning to get private for more of the folks involved. The kidnapper's desiresand dataappearto achievesome distance beyond Hye-in and Hyeon-woo whilst Seung-in's involvement mayhad been planned all along. Our heroine is achieving the prohibitof the way long she can stay Hyeon-woo's identity a secret from the sector and our suspect list grows larger amongsteach and every episode of the culprit's twisted fact show.
Due to the instancesthus far leaning heavily at thefacet of social justice, Mi-ok (Kim Seon-yeong-III) made the belief that the culprit is trying to appropriate wrongs thru his actions. Episode five, on the opposite handunearths a more complex motive. The kidnapper turns out to have a thorough plan, which they will accept been growing for a long time. The case of Seung-in's (Ji Hyeon-woo) mentor method that this user is either concerned with the police or has the potential to get insider knowledge from them.
AdvertisementSeung-in isn't a suspect, yet his beyond with an abusive father and his connection to Kim Sang-sik (Seo Hyeon-cheol) and Lee Ji-eun (Shim Eun-woo) mean that the kidnapper focused him. So the query now is, who assigned him to Lee Ji-eun's case? Lee Yeong-gwan (Sin Jae-ha) used to bethe only to carry suspicion about her murder. He also let us know that he has been with Seung-in since Sang-sik died and that he went to fantastic lengths to be Seung-in's partner, making him a conceivable accomplice.
These chances create more questions than they answer. If each player's participation is planned, did the culprit know Hye-in (Kim Ah-joong) would visit Dong-wook (Eom Tae-woong) for lend a hand and is his own past going for use soon? Mightthey've gotten him fired? What about the 2 men who died all the style through the display and their likely killers? What about the guytalking to Jo Nam-cheol on the phone? Just how large is the kidnapper's reach and power?
There are such so much of plot similar questions, but the series intrigues me with its characters as well. I'm curious as to why Hye-in refuses to show Hyeon-woo's (Park Min-soo) origin to the world, but then exhibits IT to the crowd she is afraid will take him away. For one, can they legally do that? Even supposing they can, would making it public now not bring everybody on her side and make it tougher for them to do so?
Dong-wook exhibits his chillier side as he motion pictures his co-worker being threatened, and his collaboration with reporter Jang Jin-woong (Lee Seung-joon) might get badfor everybody involved. I am satisfied that Hyeon-woo's prestige every bit alive is showed and the author addressing it as a netizen concernin theprove is a pleasant touch. I have no idea if they are ready to bring all of the open threads together, but I am invested.
"Wanted"is directed byPark Yong-soon, written byHan Ji-wan-Iand featuresKim Ah-joong,Ji Hyeon-woo,Eom Tae-woongandPark Hae-joon.