Is anyone else wondering about what happened to the police officers from the first two episodes? Even though one got transferred, I would think that they’re still looking for Yong Pal and the gangsters, but it’s clear that they’ve given up on it.
Sad. It seems like the only way to solve crimes on kdramas is by using criminals who look good in black suits. OCN, please give us a second season of Bad Guys!
1. Um…this episode started off with a suicide to show how workers, who were unfairly laid off at some electric company, are handling the bad news…they’re not handling it well.
Wow. I do understand that it’s horrible when you get laid off. A few years back, my dad got laid off of his job and he felt like it was the end of the world. Unfortunately, I’m a cold hearted person and can’t sympathize with those who decide to kill themselves due to a company’s bad handling of affairs.
There’s always a light at the end of the tunnel, but killing yourself means that you’re selling yourself short. There’s more to life than working. You still have your health, your family, and the whole world waiting for you. Anyways, she didn’t die. In fact, she’s the newest client for our Tae Hyun. Once he gets to the site, he goes into Yong Pal mode and deals with the situation at hand.
Ah! I get it now. By dealing with a real life suicide, Tae Hyun is now facing a different kind of suicide due to President Go’s talk with him. We know from the last episode that President Go isn’t someone you should mess with, because he’ll try to kill you. Since Tae Hyun doesn’t have any power, President Go would probably take everything from his life and then kill him.
We also learn that Cynthia is working with President Go and he’s the one who lured Tae Hyun to the restricted area so that he can try to manipulate him later on. Wow, he’s trapped on all sides. I wonder if this is how Chief Lee felt like all this time.