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Popular drama Vampire Prosecutor 2 has ended with its final episode on Sunday, however the cliff-hanger ending made viewers wonder if there will be a third season for the franchise.

During the final episode, many loose ends were tied up, still the real identity of the bad blood was in secret. Many viewers believed that this premise would be explained in future installment.

Lee Seung Hoon stated prior to the final broadcast, “There is a massive reversal hidden in the plot. A shocking story will be revealed, which will lead to new questions. We thank all of the viewers who gave love to our drama. Since many staff members and actors gave their all to this project, we hope you will watch it with interest.”

Upcoming Korean drama "Vampire Prosecutor Season 2"

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Added the upcoming Korean drama "Vampire Prosecutor Season 2"'s page to HanCinema database"Vampire Prosecutor Season 2" (2012)

Network : OCNWith Yeon Jeong-hoon, Lee Yeong-ah, Jang Hyeon-seong, Lee Kyeong-yeong,...SynopsisA mystery investigations drama where a vampire is the leading character.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2012

Yun Jung Hoon on board ‘Vampire Prosecutor’ Season 2 shooting for summer

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OCNs Vampire Prosecutor which ended in December after much success, is preparing for season 2.

The production team lead for Vampire Prosecutor, Park Ho Shik, revealed to Star News on January 11th, We are preparing for production with summer this year as the goal. Same actors from season 1 including Yun Jung Hoon will appear in it.

Team lead Park explained, If season 1 had concentrated on Yun Jung Hoons past, in Season 2, I believe there will be a stronger rival to appear who will help lead the story.

Team lead Park also added, Whether Yung Jung Hoons dongseng who died at the end, will be revived in season 2 is not decided on yet adding to the curiosity.

Vampire Prosecutor drew a lot of attention even before airing as the first Korean vampire investigation drama. Especially the transformation of actor Yun Jung Hoon from his usual smooth image into a sexy and charismatic vampire and his great acting that showed the characters deep pain caused by his fate as a vampire and a person was impressive solidifying the fan base.

Vampire Prosecutor had broken through 4% ratings which is unusual for a cable drama, resulting in Vampire heatwave as the fans dubbed it.

Source: Star News via Nate

Korean drama of the week "Vampire Prosecutor 2"

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Korean drama of the week "Vampire Prosecutor 2" (2012)

Directed by Yoo Seon-dong

Written by Han Jeong-hoon, Kang Eun-seon

With Yeon Jeong-hoon, Lee Yeong-ah, Lee Won-jong, Lee Kyeong-yeong, Kim Joo-yeong, Kwon Hyeon-sang,...

The highly anticipated sequel to "Vampire Prosecutor", Yeon Jeong-hoon reprises his role as Min Tae Yeon, the long arm (or fang) of the law. It's been seven years since the young prosecutor was rendered into a creature of the night, but Tae Yeon, undead as ever, is fresh and lively as a prodigious prosecutor. His secret? A supernatural ability to sense the last memories of victims-by tasting their blood. Together with Detective Hwang Soon Bum and Prosecutor Yoo Jung In, he heads the unit of unsolvable murder investigations and butts heads with the new chief prosecutor Joo Hyun Ah, who might become more foe than friend. But that's the least of his problems, especially since he's still got an ongoing, personal case of his own: who turned him all those years ago, and what has happened to his now-vampiric sister?

Broadcasting dates in Korea : 2012/09/09~2012/11/18

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[Video] Added Korean drama 'Vampire Prosecutor 2' final episode 11

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"Vampire Prosecutor 2" (2012)

Directed by Yoo Seon-dong

Written by Han Jeong-hoon, Kang Eun-seon

With Yeon Jeong-hoon, Lee Yeong-ah, Lee Won-jong, Lee Kyeong-yeong, Kim Joo-yeong, Kong Jeong-hwan,...

A mystery investigations drama where a vampire is the leading character.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2012/09/09

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"Vampire Prosecutor 2" (2012)

Directed by Yoo Seon-dong

Written by Han Jeong-hoon, Kang Eun-seon

With Yeon Jeong-hoon, Lee Yeong-ah, Lee Won-jong, Lee Kyeong-yeong, Kim Joo-yeong, Kong Jeong-hwan,...

A mystery investigations drama where a vampire is the leading character.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2012/09/09

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Vampire Prosecutor 2 Episode 10 Synopsis Preview

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Vampire Prosecutor 2 Episode 10 cast :

Song joong ji as Gang ma ru

Moon chae won as Seo eun gi

Park shi yeon as Han jae hee

Lee gwang soo as Park jae gil

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Vampire Prosecutor 2 Episode 10 Synopsis by happy22qt:

Dr. Jo Jung Hyun who turned into a vampire is desperate to find the criminal who kidnapped Ji Ae despite Luna's discouragement, so the special investigation unit starts chasing Dr. Jo in order to stop his violent acts... Min Tae Yeon and the special investigation unit are about to face their biggest crisis ever!

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A life-or-death showdown between Min Tae Yeon and L finally begins! Astrologer Luna joins the special joint investigation team searching for Ji Ae while Min Tae Yeon during the investigation becomes aware that a vampire is behind it so he confronts vampire L...

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[Video] Added Korean drama 'Vampire Prosecutor 2' episode 7

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"Vampire Prosecutor 2" (2012)

Directed by Yoo Seon-dong

Written by Han Jeong-hoon, Kang Eun-seon

With Yeon Jeong-hoon, Lee Yeong-ah, Lee Won-jong, Lee Kyeong-yeong, Kim Joo-yeong, Kong Jeong-hwan,...

A mystery investigations drama where a vampire is the leading character.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2012/09/09

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Vampire Prosecutor 2: Episode 4

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Vampire Prosecutor 2: Episode 4: “Interview With a Vampire” Recap by DramaBeans

Finally, a solid date! We open in August 1988, in the hospital office of Dr. Ra Jae-wook. Ah! It’s Dr. Blood, aka Bartender, aka Tae-yeon’s hyung and blood dealer. I do believe this is the first time we’re getting a name for him.

(Refresher: He was the doctor who turned last year’s Big Bad, Prosecutor Jang, into a vampire seven years prior with a transfusion of vamp blood. It was an experiment gone awry, and Tae-yeon ripped into him when he found out. Figuratively, I mean, even if Tae-yeon did later drink Dr. Blood—although that was at the latter’s dying request, after being attacked in the finale and wanting to save Tae-yeon. In the very last scene, we saw him out and about, presumably turned into a vamp by Tae-yeon.)

Here in 1988, Dr. Ra has a visitor—Park Hoon—who tells him an outlandish-sounding story: There’s a vampire on the loose killing people, which also turned him into a vampire. There are two ways of turning: Either you are a vampire’s first victim, or you get a transfusion of vamp blood.

Park Hoon has sought out Dr. Ra because he’s well-known for his studies on blood. Dr. Ra dismisses him as crazy, telling him he wants the psych ward instead. He takes his cup of water and heads for the door, but Park Hoon stops him with a remark: “You must be thirsty. But so am I.”

In a flash, he has Dr. Ra’s throat in his grasp. He leans forward, a gleam in his eye….

We open at a swanky pool party, with cocktails and beautiful young people frolicking in the water. Two women walk by, looking like they belong to this hot young crowd, but they’re really here to steal from unsuspecting partiers.

A stray beach ball sends a beer bottle flying at the lead thief. A guy grabs her out of harm’s way, getting cut on the cheek by broken glass… which heals over quickly. A vamp in our midst.

The woman gasps, “Your cut!” The vamp quickly leaves and rejoins his buddy, while the thief’s friend shoots the buddy a come-hither stare.

Those two sidekicks rendezvous that night at the pool. But her smile fades when the guy identifies her by name and criminal record (multiple pickpocket convictions). Then he bares his fangs and attacks.

And… cut? Grahhhhh, this was just a freaking movie? I’m pretty sure you already used this fake-out last season.

The vamp actor wants another take and the victim starlet wants to try a better scream, both challenging Director Jung. The director snipes about the starlet tattling to her bigshot Daddy, but his hands are tied and he can’t argue when the actor takes charge like he’s the boss.

Next thing we know, we’re at a murder site. Tae-yeon examines a grave in the woods bearing a woman’s bloody body, imagining it rising up to meet him so he can inspect the wounds.

Nearby, he finds a rock stained with blood and takes a taste. The vision gives shows him the victim’s perspective of headlights of an oncoming car. Jung-in reports the victim’s identity: actress Yang Yu-jin, who played the thief’s friend and vamp victim. She was filming at a nearby pension.

Soon-bum arrives at a separate crime scene, where a woman’s body lies in the middle of the road. Huh. Tae-yeon must’ve seen her last moments, because this one’s clearly been hit by a car. But why was her blood found near the other victim?

The reason for the two cases is explained in a flashback to boss-lady Prosecutor Joo, who seriously brings to mind a rat. Sharp, vicious, and mean. She basically orders Tae-yeon to increase his productivity with a double load. He asks if it’s punishment for the last case, and she says that the higher-ups were peeved to have a 15-year-old case dug up again. Tae-yeon calls her retaliation childish. But I’m wondering: Does she know these new deaths are related?

Dr. Jo apologizes for being the cause of the punishment, and Soon-bum tells him not to say stuff like that when they’re one team. Dr. Jo asks, “One team?” and looks heartwarmingly happy to be included in the family.

Soon-bum asks Dr. Jo to call him Soon-bum-ah: “Let’s be comfortable as hyung and dongsaeng!” Dr. Jo has difficulty bridging the professional divide but manages an awkward “Soon-bum-ah.” Soon-bum returns, “Jung-hyun hyung.” Omg. Adorable.

They move on to case talk, and Soon-bum cluck-clucks when Dr. Jo reverts to professional jondae. He wants banmal, and he wants it now!

Soon-bum thinks it looks like a simple hit-and-run case, but Dr. Jo’s study of the injuries doesn’t line up that way. She was run over by the car, but she was already lying in the road when the car came along.

Dong-man finds bloodstains down the road which suggest that the body was already bloody when it was taken out of a car trunk, then dragged to the middle of the road. Soon-bum murmurs, “A faked hit and run. Clever bastard. Punk, you should’ve used those brains to study.”

Another development: The driver of the car has turned himself in.

At the pool film shoot, the entire cast and crew is fingerprinted and catalogued by police. Jung-in sits with Director Jung, who is packing on the white powder—he also plays a vampire in the movie. She asks why he’s acting when he previously only directed, and he replies, “Because it’s my story. Who would be better to act it than me?”

The movie is titled Vampire Prosecutor and depicts the showdown between a good vampire prosecutor and an evil one who drinks from humans with bad (criminal) blood. Hm, this sure sounds familiar. Are we in for an episode of epic meta?

Director Jung took his inspiration from the case of Prosecutor Jang, imagining the film as a what-if scenario if he’d been a vampire. Its prominent storyline is the melo romance between the vampire prosecutor and the ex-con thief: Neither can mingle freely with society at large, giving them one commonality.

Jung-in looks skeptical at the pairing, so Director Jung urges her to imagine herself as the ex-convict heroine—even if she wants to turn over a new leaf, she can’t do anything but steal.

Ha, and then we re-envision the opening pool scene with Jung-in as the lead thief. That’s when she meets the good vampire prosecutor—that’s who the director plays, but he looks around for a better example and lands on: Min Tae-yeon. You don’t even know the half of it.

Now we rewatch the beer-bottle-flying scene, this time with our real prosecutors. Tae-yeon catches Jung-in, who lands on top of him; his cut heals; he walks away mysteriously; and she falls in immediate lust. I mean, love! She falls in love!

On to the other case. Dae-man is snippy at Soon-bum about being chummy with the new doc: “How come you’ll [be hyung-dongsaeng] with him, but not me?” Haha. Bromantic jealousy, I love it. What happens when Tae-yeon gets dragged into the mix?

Dae-man decides he’s just gonna call him Soon-bum hyung anyway, arguing that they don’t have brothers in real life so this is a way for fellow lonelyhearts to bond. And while they’re playing brothers, Soon-bum really ought to come home and visit his (Dae-man’s) mom once in a while and show proper son respect. Ha. This is already my favorite episode.

Soon-bum agrees to play the son, and asks how old Mom is. Dae-man calculates… she was born in ’67 which makes her 46 (Korean age). Soon-bum growls that he’s ONE YEAR older than her. HAHA.

They arrive at the local police station, where a guilt-stricken taxi driver has turned himself in for the hit and run. They review his car’s black box, and see it running over the victim’s body. The camera also shows a car parked by the road, near the second set of bloodstains. Should be easy to get its plate number.

Hilariously, Dae-man answers in banmal, Soon-bum shoots him a glare, and Dae-man meekly corrects himself with jondae. Then a phone call comes in from their coroner and Soon-bum answers, “Yes, doc—I mean, Jung-hyun hyung.” Commence pouting.

The results of the autopsy are in. The victim was an aspiring actress, hindered by her erotic film history. There are a few injuries that don’t line up with the taxi, like the marks that don’t match the tire tread. So… it was a double hit and run.

I love how awkwardly this pair is doing their whole hyung-dongsaeng routine, constantly tripping up by getting overly formal. Soon-bum gives a friendly wave while Dr. Jo bows. They correct themselves—and Soon-bum bows while Dr. Jo waves. Hee. They decide this isn’t working, and revert back to their formal ways.

Then after Soon-bum leaves, Dr. Jo practices to himself, “Good work, Soon-bum-ah.” Why are you so cute?

Filming resumes on Vampire Prosecutor. The movie vamps have a disagreement: Bad Vamp argues that Good Vamp can’t swear off drinking from humans forever, because that’s what vamps do. Instinct will always prevail. Tae-yeon watches uneasily—this conversation echoes his own argument with Prosecutor Jang.

Director Good Vamp calls cut, and again Bad Vamp grumbles that the scene was far from good enough. He storms out in a huff, and Jung-in follows him outside.

A heavy light falls from the roof heading straight for her, and Tae-yeon pulls her out of its path. She’s taken back to that imagined pool rescue, but he just warns her to stay alert.

The body of starlet Yu-jin, the one found in the woods, turns up DNA from her co-star Bad Vamp. But the actor scoffs that the director’s more likely to have kill her, since he hated Yu-jin. He was forced to use her instead of the actress he wanted because her daddy’s an investor, and turned her character mute.

Bad Vamp points to a dust-up from yesterday’s shoot, and Jung-in immediately knows the scene he’s talking about. She sheepishly admits reading the script and finding it interesting, while Tae-yeon shoots her this hilarious “O RLY?” look.

As Bad Vamp recounts the argument, Jung-in again pictures herself in the heroine’s role, running from formerly affiliated gang members. She falls and starts crawling away as the gangsters loom over her—just as someone arrives to help her up. Good Vamp Tae-yeon.

He touches her face gently, then takes charge, fighting off the gangsters easily. Rejoining Jung-in, he leans in for a kiss…

“Cut!” Augh, can’t we even get an imagined kiss in peace?

It’s starlet Yu-jin who calls the scene to a halt, saying she wants to be in it. After all, both ladies are thieves, so shouldn’t they both be chased? Bad Vamp takes her side, and Director Jung retorts, “So you want the kiss to be a three-way too?”

Tempers are high all around, and Yu-jin calls the director a talentless hack. Threatening to have Daddy fire him, she takes charge and tells the crew it’s a wrap for today.

Yu-jin’s autopsy is still under way, so we don’t yet know her murder weapon. Jung-in asks whether Tae-yeon has any other leads, but he says no—he can’t exactly explain the hit-and-run vision he had, with no evidence to back it.

Then he stops in his tracks and turns to Jung-in with a curious look on his face. He leans in closely, and the soundtrack in Jung-in’s mind lays over romantic music as he raises a hand, just like Movie Tae-yeon did to Movie Jung-in. She closes her eyes…

Tae-yeon points out she’s missing an earring. Romantic music cuts out. That pouty look on her face? It’s on mine too.

Real-life Tae-yeon’s a lot crankier than the smooth romancer of fantasy, and he tells Jung-in to read the case files instead of screenplays if she’s got so much time.

Back at the office, the other team traces the car’s plates and narrows the number down. Soon-bum looks up in surprise as the little girl, Ji-hye from last episode, emerges sleepily—Dae-man’s mom left her with him while she went off to aerobics. Aw, they’re still taking care of her? Is Ji-hye going to be a fixture at the office?

Tae-yeon asks the director about a recurring name on his phone log, Park Sun-jung. The director says she’s Yu-jin’s body double, hired by Daddy to stand in for any nude or explicit scenes. The director tried to contact Sun-jung to continue the movie, but she wouldn’t pick up. Lemme guess—she’s hit and run girl?

Tae-yeon has his suspicious face on, clearly not buying such a simple explanation.

Dr. Jo examines Yu-jin’s corpse, looking for the murder weapon to match her injuries. He lands on: shovel.

Dr. Jo finds little Ji-hye at the office, and she asks when her uncle’s gonna come home. She wants to see him, and mommy, and grandpa. Oh sad, she doesn’t know they’re all dead, which explains why she’s so cheery. She offers Dr. Jo a sausage and even peels the wrapper for him like he’s her gramps, which brings a tear to my eye. The lonely, family-less doctor is suddenly getting family from all directions.

Soon-bum finds the car’s owner, but he’s not the culprit; the car got repossessed months ago when he had money trouble with a loan shark. Following that lead takes him to a mechanic’s shop, and he stops to arm himself with a bat and hands Dong-man some chains. Based on Dong-man’s nervous fidgets, I’m not so sure he’s gonna be contributing much to this fight.

Soon-bum addresses the lead gangster, listing all the laws he’s broken. They start to catch on when he mentions the faked hit and run, and swing at him with metal pipes. He has no trouble taking ‘em down.

Ha, Dong-man skitters away from the gangster who comes at him, flinging the chains around and actually wrapping his own neck up in it. He takes Soon-bum’s advice to act like the freak and starts screaming and shaking, till Soon-bum comes and knocks out his gangster for him.

With the fight out of the way, Soon-bum compares the tire tread to the marks found on hit-and-run girl’s body. It’s a match.

There’s another match on the other case: Blood found on the shovel traces back to the lead actress, Hae-in. Are you confused yet by all these names? Basically, there are three ladies: Lead Actress, Sidekick Starlet (dead), and Starlet’s Double (incommunicado).

Lead Actress explains what she saw after filming ended that night: Director Jung had comforted the double, Sun-jung, telling her that this movie is “our story.” She’d been upset that he’d made her the stand-in when he’d promised to give her the lead, and he’d apologized for being unable to do better.

Lead Actress took that tidbit to Yu-jin, who’d been peeved at her stand-in’s nerve. Yu-jin stormed off and knocked over a prop shovel, which landed on Hae-in’s foot. Hence the blood match.

But Hae-in draws a different conclusion from this conflict: It was Sun-jung the double who killed the lead, angry at her for stealing away her role.

The next day, the prosecutors watch another scene being shot, and Jung-in imagines herself in the lead’s place. Heroine Jung-in asks Hero Tae-yeon why he lives out in the middle of nowhere, and he replies that living in the city is lonely.

A gangster charges at them with a knife. Tae-yeon grabs him by the throat and shoves him through the air, then falls gasping at the stab wound in his side. Jung-in rushes to his side… and sees his fangs. She scrambles to her feet to run away, but he gasps, “Don’t go.”

She turns back. Jung-in promises not to go anywhere… he turns toward her… they lean in…

…and Soon-bum’s voice cuts in. Heh. I wasn’t even hoping that time.

His arrival is a surprise since he’s not working on this case. But turns out his own case led him here—to the lead actor playing Bad Vamp. It takes little to make him cave once he realizes he’s caught: He’d borrowed a car from the loan shark, who gave him the repo’d vehicle.

The actor admits it was a mistake: He’d been nodding off as he drove when he hit something. We see that the victim seemed fine at this point, although there’s still the question of how she ended up sitting in the middle of the road. The actor freaked out, took the body to a different location, and put her in the road.

He sobs that it really was a mistake. Soon-bum tells him that while the first part may have been, the second act of masking it as a different accident is a crime.

Soon-bum tells Tae-yeon of his hunch that their cases are related, with the crime scenes being so close to each other. This explains to Tae-yeon why he saw two scenes in his blood vision—the victims’ blood mingled. Yu-jin died in the woods, and Sun-jung in the road.

The director hears this and confirms that the actor killed Sun-jung. He asks Tae-yeon for a favor, since the movie only requires one more scene. Could they arrest the actor after they film it?

On to the shoot. Bad Vamp holds Heroine hostage as Good Vamp arrives. Through Jung-in-vision, we see Bad Vamp reminding Tae-yeon he only drinks bad blood, and the lady’s got a criminal past.

Tae-yeon asks him to release Jung-in. Bad Vamp asks what he’d do if he stabbed the girl—will he let her die, or will he bite her and turn her? “Whether you’re human or vampire, you can’t defy instinct. Love is an instinct too, Min Tae-yeon.”

Stab! Jung-in falls. Tae-yeon vamps out and launches himself at Bad Vamp, grappling for the knife, landing them in the pool. Mm, wet prosecutor.

They continue the fight in the water, the knife still in play, until blood seeps out and mixes with the pool water. But whose?

Tae-yeon is the one who comes up. He returns to Jung-in, cradling her prone body in his arms, and says, “I’m sorry, Jung-in-ah. Don’t forgive me.” And he bites her.

Jung-in gasps back to life, eyes blue and teeth fanged. A tear slips from Tae-yeon’s eye as he holds her to himself.

Cut! It’s a wrap. The crew claps, and the actors rise from their positions. Except Bad Vamp is still in the water, and when his body is turned over, a knife sticks out of his side. Director Jung offers up his wrists for arrest: “I killed him.”

In the interrogation room, Director Jung explains that Sun-jung was the only person who acknowledged him as a director while everyone else held his porno past against him.

That’s why he wanted this movie to tell their story—but he doesn’t mean they’re vampires. Rather, he wanted recognition as a director, just as Good Vamp wanted to live as a human. While former erotic actress Sun-jung wanted to be a real actress, like her character wanted to cast off her criminal past.

The night of the murders, he’d gone out looking for her and found Sun-young and Yu-jin in a fight. Yu-jin screeched at Sun-jung and shoved her, sending her head slamming into a rock. Director Jung jumped in an punched Yu-jin, over and over in a rage. He’d gone to grab a prop shovel, but when he came back he found that she hadn’t died after all. He debated taking Yu-jin to the ER, but he couldn’t have her accusing him of attempted murder… so he finished her off with the shovel.

Belatedly realizing that Sun-jung had disappeared, he looked everywhere for her. But by that time, she’d stumbled out into the street, where she was run over.

That’s two cases closed. The next morning, Jung-in gets a call about a new case, then trips on the curb and skins her knee.

Tae-yeon steps up to offer her a hand up. HA, her romantic music swells again in the background. And just like all those other times, Real Tae-yeon is a lot less flirty than Dream Tae-yeon and calls her a klutz… just before he heads off with a cheeky smile.

Jung-in looks down at her hand, and finds he’s handed her the earring she lost.

Back to the past. It’s a year after our intro scene, September 1999.

Park Hoon meets with Dr. Ra again, but this time the doc is on his team; they’re even speaking banmal like old friends. Park Hoon asks about his research, and he answers that he’s working on it.

Dr. Blood has a question for him: Has he ever drunk blood from a person? Cue flashback (within the flashback), as Park Hoon remembers being shot in the chest. His shooter trembles and drops the gun. Park Hoon vamps out. I’m… taking that as a yes.