Blind: Episodes 9-10 | Dramabeans Korean drama recaps
Blind: Episodes 9-10
The plot proceeds to thicken with some vital revelations that simultaneously increase new issues. Our detective is inching closer to the truth, but the fact may well just upend almost everything he thinks he is familiar with.
EPISODES 9-10 WEECAP
As the clock counts down, Tae-ho resigns himself to his fate. Soon after apologizing for betraying the other little ones, he kicks the chair out from underneath himself. Sung-hoon comes not extended after, and he and Sung-joon scramble to help you save Tae-ho. Sung-joon pulls on the cable hooked up to the noose till his palms bleed, but by the time they get Tae-ho down, it’s as well late.
Just before they can totally process Tae-ho’s loss of life, they are accosted by Moon-kang and his minions. Sung-joon puts up a fantastic combat, but as soon as Sung-hoon is overpowered, he’s immediately subdued as well. Wanting to torment Sung-joon as considerably as possible, Moon-kang wraps a gigantic chain about Sung-hoon’s neck to strangle him.
While Sung-joon manages to break free, what genuinely will save them is the arrival of the law enforcement. Moon-kang doesn’t check out to escape or resist arrest. Neither do the brothers, but while Sung-joon is handcuffed, Sung-hoon is not, and the other detectives stay clear of conference Sung-joon’s eyes.
We quickly discover why: it was Sung-hoon who tipped the police off. Sung-hoon allows Eun-ki chew him out for betraying Sung-joon, but he experienced his causes — he realized Moon-kang would get rid of them both of those if the law enforcement did not intervene. However, the end result is that both of those Sung-joon and Moon-kang are detained at the same law enforcement station. Which is particularly why Moon-kang let himself get arrested.
Sung-hoon, it turns out, has been sitting down on the CCTV footage of Man-chun’s murder, but now he turns it about to the detectives. The footage obviously exhibits Moon-kang pushing Guy-chun off the rooftop. As for Person-chun’s son, because Sung-joon resuscitated him from Moon-kang’s murder try, Law enforcement Main Ki-nam’s lackey concluded him off. Now Ki-nam orders that exact same detective to let Moon-kang take Sung-joon out and then do absent with Moon-kang, much too.
Feeling conflicted, the detective attempts to double-cross Ki-nam by telling Moon-kang the plan and featuring to assistance him escape. But Moon-kang just bashes his head in versus the toilet sink and goes searching for Sung-joon, who’s been still left by yourself in the interrogation space. Before Sung-joon can respond, Moon-kang wraps an electrical cord about his neck.
By the time Sung-hoon and the detectives get term of Moon-kang’s murder spree, Sung-joon has presently tricked Moon-kang by pretending to move out and reversed their positions so he’s the a person doing the strangling. They have to wrestle him off Moon-kang, but there is adequate proof to apparent him of all expenses and reinstate him as a detective.
That finished, the investigation proceeds. Although poring more than Moon-kang and the detective’s simply call logs, Sung-joon finds a person often dialed variety in common: Ki-nam’s. His remarkable distracts Ki-nam so Sung-joon can swipe his cell phone. Which is how they locate the video of Hye-jin’s murder, which tells them the killer is concentrating on relatives members of people linked with Hope Welfare.
In the meantime, Eun-ki tracks down a nun who remembers sending three children to Hope Welfare: A boy named Gabriel (whom we know as #11), Yoon-jae, and Yoon-jae’s older sister. The girl’s whereabouts are not known, Gabriel was adopted… and Yoon-jae died. His unclaimed ashes have been buried with other folks in a mass grave.
Eun-ki requires Sung-joon to the gravesite, where troubling reminiscences resurface. All this time, he’s remembered erroneous — Yoon-jae was by no means his name, but a pair of other boys did simply call him that, all-around the time of his memory-wiping tumble from play products. This identity crisis is exceptionally distressing for Sung-joon, and listening to him mumble about it in his rest is just as distressing — if not extra so — for Sung-hoon. He runs straight to the bathroom and reaches for a razor… oh. That clarifies so substantially.
Considering that many jurors have had ties to Hope Welfare, Sung-joon and his crew issue the remaining ones for extra connections. Initial, there’s information PD BAE CHUL-HO (Jo Seung-yeon), who as soon as shut down a journalistic investigation into Hope Welfare. We know what the detectives do not: Chul-ho discovered #11, #12, and Yoon-jae locked in their cells. He’s secretly saved the footage of them begging for help all these years.
Sushi chef CHARLES (Oh Seung-yoon) experienced a brother who disappeared 20 years in the past. However his mothers and fathers did not take a look at Hope Welfare individually, Ki-nam had “investigated” on their behalf. Then there’s shaman KWON KYUNG-JA (Choi Ji-yeon), who witnessed Mad Canine dragging #11 and Yoon-jae via the woods. When she confesses this to Sung-joon, she receives the identical prophetic word she did back again then: if another person doesn’t eliminate Yoon-jae, they’ll all die.
Finally, personal computer whiz JUNG IN-SUNG (Park Ji-bin) was adopted by Us residents as a little one. When Sung-joon attempts to request about his mother and father and regardless of whether he was adopted from Hope Welfare, tears stream down In-sung’s confront — his dad and mom are both equally useless. But that is not all. In-sung also lost his memory in an accident, and it surely simply cannot be a coincidence that the restaurant ajumma’s missing son was also named In-sung, can it?
At the time Sung-joon learns that Eun-ki’s mother was a nurse at Hope Welfare, he realizes Eun-ki could be the upcoming focus on and races to the children’s middle. There, he finds a photograph of the a few Hope Welfare little ones, which stops him chilly. Gabriel — #11 — is Sung-hoon. Who is presently ambushing Eun-ki in the dim although donning a black cloak.
I truly enjoy the way Blind sets up and reveals its mysteries. Was I shocked that Sung-hoon was #11? No. But all the issues I wasn’t very anticipating — like the self-hurt and the wooden figures — clicked proper into area in a very satisfying (if saddening) way. As an alternative of trying to toss outrageous twists at us for the sake of becoming unpredictable, Blind withholds just adequate to still surprise us even when we guess the right way. The reveals experience like a reward, just about, as a substitute of the rug getting yanked out from underneath us.
That claimed, we’ve experienced a great deal of deceptive cliffhangers, so I’m not using this 1 as proof that Sung-hoon is also the Joker Killer just but. Supplied everything we now know about him, I see two alternative options: 1) he genuinely has, as he mentioned, tried to reside a regular existence till the Joker Killer appeared and he recognized it was just one of the little ones from his past or 2) he’s been performing on his individual revenge plot, which the Joker Killer produced additional difficult.
Either way, I just can’t support wondering if him having Sung-joon and Moon-kang detained in the similar place could have been intentional to get Moon-kang caught in the (murderous) act. We’ve observed a lot of instances in which, as #11, he did not hesitate to induce a little quantity of damage to the other kids if it meant saving them from one thing worse.
On a different note, we now have numerous missing young children and/or people with vague childhoods. Sung-joon, In-sung, Charles’s brother, Yoon-jae (did he die, or was someone else’s physique labeled as his?), and the still-unnamed #12. I have my guesses for how some of people join, but with six episodes left, there is a good deal of area for extra shifts in viewpoint.
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