It would seem that on best of her other characteristics Yeon-joo could also be a drama critic. Pass figure. Well, is fairlynearlyeach and every real-life persona in"W"has some form ofrobust opinion about how fictional reportswill have to proceed. And Seong-moo, in conventionalnotedwriter fashion, arrogantly dismisses any perceptionthat there is a "correct" way to write a story. He needs to kill Cheol and by way of golly, he is going to prevailregardless of how manifestly contrived the procedure is.
Seong-moo is the large mystery in"W". Note how he is constantly very apparently blasas to the revelation that his webtoon has one way or the other been drawing itself, and is more aggravated at Yeon-joo's interfering with his tale than he'sshocked that she has this it sounds as if supernatural vitality at all. Seong-moo's curmudgeonly attitude in total is weirdly charming. It isinfrequentto peer fictional authors be presented as such jerks, most commonlyfor the explanation that real-life authors who write those stories try and make those thatproportion their careerappear sympathetic.
As for Yeon-joo, she remains totally bewildered. I love how Yeon-joo helps to keeplooking to think in story common sense in Cheol's internationaleven supposing these are all genuineother folks who she can see and feel. Yeon-joo is having fairlyslightly of issue explaining who she is or why she knows the things that she does. It used to bea reasonablygreat touch how we see that Cheol's world is explicitly primarily based off of the genuine one. Or at least, the portions of it Seong-moo sees on a normal basis.
Advertisement...Or does he? WriterSong Jae-jeongmakes some extent of giving us more questions than answers, and a largea section of the drama's "whaaat?" thing is that the few answers we get just result inan expanding number of elaborate questions. Given Seong-moo's godlike force over the webtoon, it does no longer lookas though Cheol can submit any kind of credible combatopposed to him. Yet come the cliffhanger, this isprecisely what Cheol has done, via a remaining line that is even more ominous than it looks.
Consider, for example, the more than onetechniques Cheol's ideataskmay also be interpreted. Is he regarding Yeon-joo? Seong-moo? The fictitious killer? The fictional audience? The real-life audience? The real-life production team? Cheol is for sure suspicious about his state of affairs in lifestyles in ways that go beyond the datawe mightbe expecting him to have as the protagonist of an insignificant genre thriller. How much he actually suspects is, as of yet, unknown.