The Village: Achiara's Secret: Episode 8
Korean Drama Recaps | November 4, 2015 | 542 viewed
Director: Lee Yong-Seok
Genre: Thriller, Mystery
Release Date: 04th, November, 2015
The Village: Achiara’ secret Episode 8 [ Recap]
Our heroine turns a corner and happily, finally, shows some grit in the face of obnoxious—nice So-yoon was in trouble, since her appearance seems uncomfortable to accept by the village citizen. But snub So-yoon is, pleasantly, more proactive and assertive, and it’s a relief to see her pushing back and refusing to roll over quietly like the town expects. Just like her sister?
Name: Sweden Laundry – “버려진 것들” (Abandoned Things)
EPISODE 8: “Madam Baengi”
Ga-young’s mother get freaking out because the TV program’s open call for information about illegal adoptions in Achiara. She run to the pharmacy, but Yo-hee says Hye-jin can’t have been the only child adopted through Madam Baengi, and questions why she is so worry about that ?
Later, Ki-hyun drops by with suspicions of his own, asking about Yo hee’s relationship to Gun-woo. They aren’t outright hostile, but the 2 in-law peoples definitely not warm and fuzzy.Ki-hyun suggests that Joo-hee is the hidden element help Gun-woo promoted.
He also informs Joo Hee relationship with teacher Park, due to her is the biggest donation for the charity, and the money comes directly to the personal account. What kind of donation is it ? Ki Hyun also question , whether she getting hand in making So Yoon comes to this town ? Her explanation is only want to see Hye Jin’ siter wake up the sleepily quite village
Yo Hee counter –attacks by asking him pointedly, “Did you tell them that you met her again after that? The day she disappeared.” She seems knowing much more than a female pharmacist in town. “Keep it a secret that I brought the English teacher here,” Joo-hee says. “Then I’ll keep your secret.” She deals
So-yoon meets with Ji-sook to tell her of Yoo-na’s fears, that her mother is sending her away to get rid of her. Ji-sook want so Yoon to stay away from her daughter because she doesn’t want Yoo-na learning under Hye-jin’s sister.
Ki Huyn doesn’t like anything Joo-hee says but it does trigger some doubts. Since Yo Hee admit that her sister is not a normal person, she might do anything for her wealthy and he remembers Hye-jin saying Ji-sook was the worst kind of trash. On that last afternoon, she had asked how bad humans could go to cover up their own weaknesses: “Would they even murder?”
So-yoon asks him to put her in contact with Madam Baengi, and he asks her to appear on the program in return, saying that this is a much bigger story than finding her sister.
That night as So-yoon reaches home, the hallway lights flick off, and when she gets to her apartment door, there is a dickens doll hanging on the door, its eyes closed and face dirtied. Then the eyes open and the doll starts to exclaim something, spooking So-yoon thoroughly. She stomps the voice out of the doll, and her fortuneteller neighbor comes out to check on her.
Woo-jae arrives at the house of a grandma helping her pull out her grandson. He cloked him in the room for year just to playing game. He also a genius IT , Woo Jae ask him for help finding some information on Hye Jine phone.
On top of the club violence charge, (Ex-)Driver Yang is called in by the police for a whole host of other offenses, including building and dumping violations. When he gets back to the farm, he finds health officials testing his cows for infections.
At the dinner in Ji-sook house, Grandmother asks to fire So Yoon , he says he can’t fire her when she’s done nothing wrong. Ki-hyun says her mother’s just concerned for her, but Yoo-na tells him to wake up from his dumb misconception: “Mom doesn’t worry about me. At all!” When Ji-sook asks for his help in sending Yoo-na to a foreign school, he protests and looks at her with new, distrustful eyes.
So-yoon drops by the pharmacy on her way to visit the senior center, and asks Joo-hee if she’s ever heard of Madam Baengi. Joo-hee says no, and guesses that So-yoon must be off to ask the older residents, since it happened thirty years ago.
Immediately, Joo-hee makes a call and gets online to an internet cafe called Achiara’s Corpse’s Sleepless Night.
So-yoon’s trip to the senior center is received with surprising hostility. When she asks about Madam Baengi, one grandma yells at her to go, calling her an outsider and flinging water in her face.
Woo-jae encounters her on the road as she trudges back, and takes in her sodden appearance. He wonders why they treated her so poorly, recounting how nice they were to him. Woo-jae asks Sergeant Han about it, but despite being a native to the town, he hasn’t heard of Madam Baengi. He points out that it’s likely a fake name, so normal residents wouldn’t be familiar with it.
Assemblyman Seo waits on pins and needles for news, and when it finally arrives, it’s good: His tourism development plans have been approved. He puts in the call to the mysterious boss pulling his strings, and the old man is pleased to hear it, saying that Assemblyman Seo should only focus on the project now and not side problems, which he’d taken care of for him all this while. The assemblyman promises not to have any more problems like Hye-jin crop up.
Woo-jae heads to the main station to deliver a report, while Detective Choi, is napping nearby, and he bolts up when another officer brings him autopsy reports of the seventh victim. The woman wasn’t raped, but a signature was left, and the cause of death was heart failure after hours of torture.
Woo-jae gets into the analysis and interjects into their conversation, which gets him kicked out of the roomDetective Choi fixates on the sixth case, which happened within their jurisdiction and stands out for being out of the pattern: It was on a Tuesday, not Wednesday, and on a night without rain. The killer didn’t hide his car from sight, which went spotted by a witness, and the body was discovered soon thereafter. Thus: He was in a hurry that night and didn’t have time to hide the body—it wasn’t a coldly calcu lated murder like the others.
The conclusion: “I think the criminal lives in this neighborhood.”
The program focusing on Achiara’s illegal adoptions is suddenly yanked, and the PD in charge is dismayed and apologetic to So-yoon. His guess is that someone extremely powerful leaned on the station to pull the story, and he has no power to push back. The only thing he can do is to pass along information to a broker who might have known Madam Baengi, Oh Gab-soo.
Over at the lumber mill, Agasshi finally meets the ajusshi who has newly moved in and set up an art studio here. He’s an old friend and they catch up pleasantly, though it looks like ajusshi’s wife isn’t a fan of Agasshi, pulling her daughter away from him.
Agasshi asks if Artist Ajusshi has heard of the dead body, and the man feigns surprise while being clearly nervous at this line of conversation.
At school, Ki-hyun offers her a ride after school, calling it the safest route, but she refuses his favor and says coldly that she will find her own safe route.
He explains Ji-sook’s background, and how she was dirt-poor growing up with a single mom and a sister from a different father, which made her the object of derision. She asks if he means to do the same for her, and he replies that he wants to help her any way he can. She replies, “I can’t trust you.”
“Why, do I seem like the culprit to you?” he asks. “You’re hiding something,” she returns.
Driver Yang is dealt another blow when his cattle test for brucella infection and his barn is temporarily shut down. In a taxi, Woo-jae follows his truck out of the farm, but Driver Yang catches wind of his tail and pours on the speed to shake them.
So-yoon finally gets a hold of Oh Gab-soo, the former broker, who does in fact know of Madam Baengi. He mentions that her daughter came asking about her a couple years ago—Madam Baengi had sold her own child. So-yoon asks for a name or description, just as three thugs arrive to confront Oh Gab-soo over “a troubling matter.”
Girl clues Woo Jae into that Achiara internet cafe and points to a post talking about Madam Baengi, mentioning Oh Gab-soo. He’s so excited that he thanks her profusely, which gratifies her (and her misplaced ego) greatly.
So-yoon tracks down the meat processing center where Oh Gab-soo had been working and asks for its employees. So-yoon knocks on his door calling out to him, but the door swings open and the room is empty. She wanders into the other areas of the plant, calling out cautiously, but only sees meat hanging on hooks.
Joo-hee gets dressed up and shops at a department store. A chic white suit catches her eye, which she buys and takes to a beautiful older woman. The woman sits in a wheelchair, and Joo-hee smiles, saying, “I think heaven is helping me.”
So-yoon hears a noise in the plant and heads over to see… Woo-jae? Ah, the cafe pointed him here. He accidentally switches on the conveyor belt conveying the meat and gets hit by one, but gains his bearings… just as So-yoon looks over his shoulder in surprise. Ack! What do you see? What is hanging on that hook?
Joo-hee tells the older woman that everything is proceeding very well: “in the opposite direction of what you wanted so badly.” She smiles chillingly and adds, “How far will things be revealed?”
We see the woman wearing a hospital wristband with her name on it: Lee Jung-im.
“Mom,” Joo-hee says.
Back to the meat hooks. It’s a man in his worker’s uniform. Oh Gab-soo?
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