Post by HumbleStudent on Nov 1, 2003 11:35:25 GMT -5
The mystery is, how did Man-bok get interested in Chairman Han's doings in the first place? It started off that Man-bok was investigating this murder or murders.... it didn't seem as if he had any clues, and at one point he was hanging around outside the murdered woman's house in case the murderer returned to the scene of the crime, which seemed pretty desperate.
But then "all at once" he was shadowing Chairman Han, and finding out that he was meeting with the Assemblyman, and getting interested in the Assemblyman himself. And all of this was so threatening to the Han/Kim cabal that Han tells the Assemblyman that "a cop is nosing around", and they go to the trouble of framing Man-bok for bribery, and even exert pressure to get the whole murder investigation cancelled.
Maybe I missed something, but what evidence did Man-bok have linking Chairman Han to the murder in the first place?
Post by galacticchick on Nov 1, 2003 22:12:06 GMT -5
If I understood correctly, I think he explained it in today's (ep. 8) episode. Manbok found out that the common link the murder victims have is that they were "involved" with both the Chairman and Aseemblyman. Maybe they have more scattered children around that would harm their reputation or prestige.
Grandparents from WML: "Are my words dog's nose to you?"