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Korean Ocn Drama Bad Guys Episode 11 Recap (Final)
What I didn’t appreciate, however, was the show’s use of visual cues to mislead us later on down the road. It’s one thing to use a shot to keep us guessing and allow context in writing to fill in the blanks, but another to use a completely different shot to tell us the truth after leading us viewers down the road of the “truth” earlier. Such was the case for ultimately revealing Prosecutor Oh as the one trying to dismantle Team Crazy Dogs all along by issuing hit orders in a shot that looked different than the one we’ve seen all series long. Like the past few episodes, we keep being told a version of the truth as seen through someone’s biased perspective, but presented in a way to illustrate that whatever we see is actually what happened.
So I wish the show didn’t wait until the final 90 minutes to show its hand in Prosecutor Oh and his intentions. It doesn’t diminish the chilling factor of a man who takes justice into his own hands, and yet I found myself wondering what it could have been if the reveal came earlier, forcing Team Crazy Dogs to work as a team for longer. That’s one of the things I’m sad we didn’t get to explore enough, because while we fleshed out each of our characters, we barely skimmed the surface of their skills. At one point, I’d forgotten that Jung-moon had studied both math and philosophy.
Speaking of Jung-moon, a part of me had hoped that he would be partly responsible for the Hwayeondong serial murders, as Prosecutor Oh’s involvement practically removed the metaphorical knife out of Jung-moon’s hands. And granted, Jung-moon did still commit murder (the burglars who killed his parents), although they didn’t quite haunt him like the Hwayeondong ones did. But perhaps the fact that he didn’t kill this time speaks to the notion that even someone that has a propensity in something doesn’t always mean that they’ll choose to complete that action. In Jung-moon’s case, he had a high psychopathy score, and yet, he still had an inner moral compass, and it’s the other moral pillar that went on a murder spree.
Korean Tvn Drama Three Musketeers Episode 12 (Final) Recap And Screenshots
“I was worried about you in this place,” Dal-hyang says to Sohyeon with a grin. “I didn’t know you’d be having fun here.” Just then, a massive group of backup thugs arrive looking for the Three Musketeers—a group that’s become quite popular as of late.
The running gag about the prince’s face going unrecognized is continued here, as Min-seo puts the kibosh on Seung-po’s suggestion that they run because the men they’re fighting slaughtered people of Joseon.
Korean Drama Plus Nine Boys Episode 14 (Final) Recap And Screenshots
Later in his car, Kwang-soo listens to a radio show where listeners are encouraged to call in to say something they never got to say to their loved ones (DJ cameo by Yoon Sang). He calls in a message for Da-in, wondering if she’s crying somewhere and asking her to call him. He says that he regrets losing her ten years ago and that he was immature, thinking that if he forgot about her he’d find a new love. But ten years passed and when he saw her again, he realized she was the only woman for him. He starts to cry and says it’s okay if she’s late as long as she comes back, and that he misses her.
Se-young still isn’t back at work the next day, and Jin-gu spends the day staring at her empty cubicle and looking through the couple photos from their work trip earlier in the year. He remembers how she talked about her dream of being a travel writer, and he heads out to Da-in’s cafe thinking she may be there with her friend.
The cafe is still closed, but when Jin-gu turns to leave he finds Jae-bum behind him, having had the same idea. They finally sit to talk now that they have a common concern, and Jae-bum admits that when he met with Se-young two days ago he was still furious with Jin-gu. Since Jin-gu hurt Se-young so much in the past, he was worried he’d do it again.
Korean Drama It’S Okay, It’S Love Episode 16 (Final) Recap
Jae-yeol: “Hello, this is Jang Jae-yeol. I’m sure many of you already know, but I’m suffering from a mental illness. The doctors say my condition is rather common with one out of every hundred suffering from it, and that it’s not terminal, but one where complete recovery is possible. I plan to do my best, believing in those words… because what I can do for those I love is to never give up hope no matter what may come.”
Hae-soo is tuning in on the plane while Mama Ok-ja and Jae-bum listen in at home. Jae-yeol says he’d like to address his usual sign-off to himself; he’d realized that he always asked how his listeners felt and bade them a good night, but never said those things to himself.
So he asks tonight’s listeners to do the same—to ask themselves, “Are you really okay?” and bid themselves goodnight. Staring at his reflection, Jae-yeol signs off, “Good night, Jang Jae-yeol.”
[Video] Added Korean Drama "warm And Cozy" Final Episode 16
"Warm and Cozy" (2015) Directed by Park Hong-gyoon Written by Hong Jeong-eun, Hong Mi-ran Network : MBC With Yoo Yeon-seok, Kang So-ra, Lee Seong-jae, Kim Seong-oh, Lee Han-wi, Seo I-an,... 16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00 Also known as "Jeju Island Gatsby" ( , je-ju-do gae-cheu-bi) Synopsis A romance story between a young couple who works hard managing the restaurant "Warm and Cozy" in the beautiful island, Jeju. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/05/13
[Video] Added Korean Drama "producers" Final Episode 12
"Producers" (2015) Directed by Pyo Min-soo, Seo Soo-min-I, Yoon Seong-ho Written by Park Ji-eun Network : KBS With Cha Tae-hyeon, Kong Hyo-jin, Kim Soo-hyeon-I, IU, Park Hyeok-kwon, Kim Jong-kook,... 12 episodes - Fri, Sat 21:15 Synopsis The drama depicts various anecdotes happening in entertainment department of a broadcasting company. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/05/15
[Spoiler] Added Final Episode 16 Captures For The Korean Drama "who Are You - School 2015"
Added final episode 16 captures for the Korean drama "Who Are You - School 2015" (2015)Directed by Baek Sang-hoon, Kim Seong-yoonWritten by Kim Hyeon-jeong-II, Kim Min-jeong-IINetwork : KBSWith Kim So-hyeon-I, Nam Joo-hyeok, Yook Seong-jae, Lee Pil-mo, Lee David, Kim Hee-jeong-I,...16 episodes - Mon, Tue 22:00SynopsisThis drama starts with a mysterious case in a school where the "it girl" Eun-byeol disappears and comes back with her memory erased. The truth about the school reveals itself as she struggles to find herself.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/27
[Video] Added Korean Drama "who Are You - School 2015" Final Episode 16
"Who Are You - School 2015" (2015) Directed by Baek Sang-hoon, Kim Seong-yoon Written by Kim Hyeon-jeong-II, Kim Min-jeong-II Network : KBS With Kim So-hyeon-I, Nam Joo-hyeok, Yook Seong-jae, Lee Pil-mo, Lee David, Kim Hee-jeong-I,... 16 episodes - Mon, Tue 22:00 Synopsis This drama starts with a mysterious case in a school where the "it girl" Eun-byeol disappears and comes back with her memory erased. The truth about the school reveals itself as she struggles to find herself. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/27
[Spoiler] Added Final Episode 16 Captures For The Korean Drama "the Girl Who Sees Smells"
Added final episode 16 captures for the Korean drama "The Girl Who Sees Smells" (2015)Directed by Baek Soo-chanWritten by Lee Hee-myeongNetwork : SBSWith Park Yoo-chun, Sin Se-kyeong, Nam Goong-min, Yoon Jin-seo, Lee Won-jong, Song Jong-ho,...16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00Also known as "The Girl Who Can See Smell" and "Sensory Couple"SynopsisBased on a web-toon of the same title, depicting a story about a man who cannot feel any senses after losing his younger sister through the "Barcode murder case" three years ago, and a girl who has a supersense and survived the same incident, but lost all of her memories before the event.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/01
[Spoiler] Added Final Episode 24 Captures For The Korean Drama "unkind Women"
Added final episode 24 captures for the Korean drama "Unkind Women" (2015)Directed by Yoo Hyeon-giWritten by Kim In-yeongNetwork : KBSWith Kim Hye-ja, Chae Si-ra, Do Ji-won, Lee Ha-na, Lee Soon-jae, Jang Mi-hee,...24 episodes - Wed, Thu 21:50SynopsisA drama which depicts three generations of women living in the same family.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/02/25