There was a previous episode when Kyung-Tak confronted Na-young’s father telling him that Na-young was missing. Than when Na-young’s father sent his men to go look for his daughter they found that she was at the Han’s summer house. I would of thought Na-young’s father guards would of went back and told Na-young’s father that they had a confrontation with Sung-su and that she was at the summer house unless the men don’t know who Sung-su is. I thought from there that Na-young’s father knew that it wasn’t Kyung-Tak who was after his daughter but it had to do with Sung-su’s father. However now it is quiet peculiar how Sung-su is telling Na-young father and Agent Choi that Kyung-tak is after Na-young but I would of thought from the last incident that Na-young’s father would know Kyung-tak had nothing to do with it. I just found it quiet odd because I though Na-young father knew that Sung-su and his father is behind all this mischief well I guess apparently not. Am I missing something because I am a bit confused?
Post by galacticchick on Nov 29, 2003 22:39:03 GMT -5
There are apparently a lot of loose ends in this drama so far. Like why it is so hard for Na-young to get away successfuly. I was kind of wishing she would go to the U.S. so Yu-jin could get her man. ;D
I guess maybe at this point all Assemblyman Kim wants is her daughter out of the picture.
Another thing is: Why if Manbok has evidence against prosthetic hand guy has he not filed somekind of complaint or presented the evidence to the police?
Why didn't Na-young get into Shinae's car? She had the keys in her pocket? She just could have kept on driving, traded cars with someone else and kept going. It's almost ending too! So I wonder how they will wrap this up, I'm pretty sure it's going to be a sloppy ending.
Grandparents from WML: "Are my words dog's nose to you?"
I think Man-bok said something about not having ENOUGH evidence. Remember, the powers that be at the police closed the case - maybe under pressure from Assemblyman Kim? Thus, he would need absolute proof. So far, he's only linked the one-handed guy to the crimes; he needs to find the link to who was behind the murders, the motive, and so on.
I had the same thought about Na-young having the keys, but not taking Shin-ae's car. Perhaps she can't drive. I get the impression from these shows that car ownership and driving is not as pervasive in Korea as in the USA. We see much use of busses and walking.
I get the impression from these shows that car ownership and driving is not as pervasive in Korea as in the USA. We see much use of busses and walking.
You're correct about the ownership and driving of cars. It is especially true for young, poor and environment conscious folks. Only less than 20 years ago, when I had lived in Korea, only wealthy and not many middle-class people owned and drove cars.