The Village: Achiara's Secret: Episode 13
Korean Drama Recaps | November 20, 2015 | 301 viewed
Director: Lee Yong-Seok
Genre: Thriller, Mystery
Release Date: 20th, November, 2015
The Village: Achiara’ secret Episode 13 [ Recap]
So Yoon determined to discover all about the truth, no matter the whole town seems to distract her. Although, she is not professional detective, her persistence and sister’s love is paid off. Watching her little baby step of discover like looking her trying to throw eggs to chip away at a boulder, but somehow the cracks do start to form in the town’s armor of silence, and the more dirt she uncovers, the closer we get to the truth.
Name: The Koxx – “Heart and Mind”
EPISODE 13: “Monsters”
Starting the episode, So-yoon asks Ji-sook if she’s ever for a moment thought of Hye-jin as deserving of pity. Ji-sook thinks back to when Hye-jin had come to beg for her help, swearing not to tell a soul about it, asking only that Ji-sook save her life. But , Ji-sook had cast off her pleas, asking blankly dut khoat, “Why should I? Why do I have to save you?”
Ji-sook says that the only thing she’s guilty of is being related to Hye-jin: “Because of that, she blackmailed me, stole my husband, and now gets me treated like a murderer.”
Ki-hyun picks Yoo-na up from her hospital escape and takes her to So-yoon’s apartment, where she falls asleep. So-yoon joins them there and relates what Ji-sook said, saying that she’s starting to understand how angry Hye-jin felt.
After stumbling on that Romance World website, Woo-jae shows it to Detective Choi, sure that the creepy page is related to the killer. Detective Choi, however, has found more pertinent information—namely, that the killer appears to be using an online cafe to write about his murders. The writer is “Sweet boy,” and he’s calling it his “SB Diary.”
Trap, one of Sweet Boy’s postings uses coded language to say, “The book is ready. Taking orders now.” Detective Choi replies online, “This time should be fun, right? I’ll place an order.”
So-yoon goes to the lumber mill to ask if anyone came by two years ago. The carpenter’s wife explains that they moved here recently, and gasps in fright when So-yoon explains that she thinks the mill was Hye-jin’s last destination before dying. The wife tells the carpenter about So-yoon’s visit, and his face darkens. She asks about his hospital visit, and if he’s holding up, but he doesn’t answer.
In the basement of his shack, Agasshi concocts what looks like homemade drugs in his personal laboratory. He heads up to let in So-yoon, who drops by to ask about the video he sent her, thinking he must know something. She’s disappointed when he says he doesn’t, that he only sent it because she might want to see her sister, and he clocks her glum reaction. Hye-jin was sad too, he says, sighing that she died before she could be made happy. He tells So-yoon he hopes she can become happier.
So-yoon looks around Agasshi’s shack and notices the wall is bare now. He explains that he took the photos down because she didn’t like them, and when he clocks her interest in the door, he tells her he’s got a hobby laboratory. He even says that he likes to fiddle with medicines, and is working on a happiness drug.
He hands her the tainted beer can and waits in anticipation for her to open it, but the arrival of Woo-jae interrupts. He’s here to ask about the walnut tree, and takes the opportunity to look around the bookshelf some more, asking if that used books website is Agasshi’s.
Both So-yoon and Woo-jae are unsure what to make of Agasshi, finding him suspicious but without a concrete reason to think so. He seems obsessed with Hye-jin and may know more than he’s letting on, but is only teasing information in bits and pieces. So-yoon decides that her priority is to find out whom Hye-jin went to see at the mill, because he’s sure to be connected to her death.
Gun-woo runs into the carpenter’s wife and daughter in the park—and, ooh, he is in fact the carpenter’s son. The wife tells him that his father’s health isn’t great and that he moved back to rest, and to get along better with Gun-woo. He says dutifully that he’ll visit, but doesn’t look thrilled about it.
Sergeant Han continues staking out Chairman Noh, and watches him arrive at a building while talking to Woo-jae over the phone. The ambush comes so quickly that he doesn’t have time to react as a team of gangsters rushes his car, drags him out, and pummels him in an empty warehouse.
Woo-jae arrives to meet Sergeant Han, and immediately knows from the abandoned car and dropped phone that something has happened. Thankfully, it doesn’t take him long to find his battered sunbae.
So-yoon asks the medical researcher about gatherings of Fabry disease patients, and how she could find out who’s involved. The researcher won’t disclose the identity of the patients, but at So-yoon’s earnest appeal, she agrees to check whether there is a man in his 50s or 60s with the disease.
On a hunt with Assemblyman Seo, Chairman Noh chuckles over the cop he roughed up, saying that he only scared him to get him to back off—he doesn’t like actually killing. That’s why he didn’t kill Hye-jin, he says, despite the assemblyman’s requests.The chairman and assemblyman sit down to dine al fresco in the woods, and Assemblyman Seo has the other man’s drink drugged. He and the chairman’s secretary leave while the chairman sleeps it off, only to awaken a while later, abandoned in the woods.
Grandma sits down with her son to insist he cut Ji-sook loose now, arguing that it’ll only get worse later. She says Ji-sook’s nature is too cold-blooded, and despite the assemblyman countering that he’s stuck with his wife fore the past twenty years, she advises that it’s better to do it now than later.
Ki-hyun’s investigator reports on his findings about Joo-hee being given ownership of the school, and then selling it off to a new owner. He confronts his parents with the information, and Assemblyman Seo seethes to hear Joo-hee’s handed it off. Ki-hyun is angry that his father single-handedly gave away the school in an illegal deal, behind teh board’s back, and shrewdly guesses that evidence of the kill order must exist for his father to cave to Joo-hee’s blackmail.
So-yoon seeks out Joo-hee for help, asking to see her mother. She appeals to her sympathy for her sister, saying she needs to track down Hye-jin’s father.It gets her to agree, and So-yoon then visits Joo-hee’s mother to ask what she told Hye-jin to identify her father. As she presses her to share, Mom envisions that it’s Hye-jin asking the questions, and starts to speak. But the only thing she says is “Yoo-na.”
Yoo-na learns that Ba-woo is going away to a special school, and as they think back to the time capsule, he wonders where their belongings went. He doesn’t think that was their capsule, pointing out that they’d put in their wishes—were the things in the box really Hye-jin’s wishes?Đôi :
Yoo-na ponders that as she walks home, and comes across a storefront with various wooden objects in the window. It’s the carpenter’s new shop, and something about that box grabs her attention.
As Gun-woo sits with Ga-young in the hospital, she says ruefully that she should have listened to her mother about not being out at night. Mom had specifically warned her to be careful of a whistling man, and that’s what she’d heard when she woke up. Gun-woo’s face hardens as he puts two and two together.
So that night when Joo-hee discusses her plans to move, he reiterates that he’s not leaving. He explains that Ga-young has the same disease that Hye-jin did, and finally confirms for us that she’s his sister. His father is responsible for everything, he says grimly: “I have to stop him.”
Woo-jae informs him of a new complication, however: The chairman responsible for attacking him has died, after wandering the woods for two days. He wonders what they do now, and Sergeant Han sighs, “It’s over.”
That’s when Agasshi arrives and asks the carpenter about his wife’s lie—she’d told So-yoon the mill was empty two years ago, but he knows they were living here then. The carpenter asks what Agasshi wants from him, looking panicked and upset. Agasshi replies that he just wants to know what his relationship is to Hye-jin.
Ji-sook confronts her sister over her blackmail stunt and takeover of the school, particularly wanting to know how much her husband knows. Joo-hee scoffs at Ji-sook’s absurd marriage where both sides know everything and pretend not to, then warns her big sister that there’s something else she should worry about: So-yoon is out to find Hye-jin’s father.
So Ji-sook goes to So-yoon, chastened this time, and begs her to stop digging. She says she’s sorry to Hye-jin, but Hye-jin’s already dead, and the living have to keep living. She offers to do whatever So-yoon wants, offering to set her up nicely in Canada or Seoul, which So-yoon flatly refuses. Once again, there’s an echo of Hye-jin in So-yoon’s determination, and that resemblance startles Ji-sook. “You’re… just like a ghost,” she sneers.
The cops jump to alert when Agasshi responds to their bait regarding the book order they placed online. (We’re operating under the assumption that the coded “order” is really a clue as to the next victim.) An IP address is traced to a certain city, and of the pattern holds, that means the next victim will be taken nearby. The cops move out, while we see Agasshi indeed fulfilling the book order. It’s from “Sweet Boy,” and as the clerk at the post office accepts the package, she sees the information and hits a silent alarm, having been forewarned.
But she’s jittery, and Agasshi clocks her nerves. He backs away just as a security guard attempts to hold him there, then fights the man off and bolts. He races away just before the police pull up, barely managing to get away.
Meanwhile, Agasshi returns to his basement laboratory safely. He sends So-yoon a text masquerading as Woo-jae and tells her he’s unearthed a clue, asking her to meet him at Agasshi’s house.
The real Woo-jae, meanwhile, was left behind when the serial killer team mobilized, and had seen the case file lying open. Something about the pictures of the victim strikes him as odd, and he takes the file with him and pores over the information, trying to figure out what’s niggling at him.
He reads the details on the newest victim who died with a smile on her face, and the police theory that she was given a drug in some kind of experiment. He pulls up that Romance World website and compares the victim’s face to the picture on that site, and recalls So-yoon mentioning a happiness drug Agasshi was working on. He calls her right away, puzzled when she replies that she’s almost there. Thinking she’s about to see him, she hangs up the call as she pulls up to Agasshi’s house.
Yoo-na ends up buying that wooden box from the carpenter, which sits on her nightstand. She wakes up in the middle of the night, and starts in fright when she sees somebody in bed next to her—it’s So-yoon.
The police database yields a fingerprint match, though we already know the result: It’s Agasshi.
As So-yoon takes in the sight of another wall with Hye-jin’s photos and news clippings posted on it, a voice sounds behind her. “The pictures came out quite well,” Agasshi says. She turns. And BAM! He knocks her out cold.
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