Monthly Archives: August 2013
I like me a bad-ass prosecutor with her wall of evidence! We’ve got a supporter for our hero after all, although he doesn’t realize it yet and the path to them even getting to help each other seems to be riddled with even more complications (Read Seo Hee). What’s best is that she’s not emotional or blind in her pursuit, but rather smart. But she’s got to be smarter if she wants to best the worst, so to speak.
Another amazing ending because we finally get to see a face off between the good guys and the baddies and it is so worth it! I don’t read the previews usually-unless they’re with the episode but caught the written preview for this one this morning and had been wondering what would happen until I actually saw the episode and despite knowing what was to happen-the thrill of the moment was so.good!
It’s been five years since the tragic final act that ended in blood, betrayal, and death. A new drug is filtering through the city’s underbelly and leaving a trail of death in its wake. From abroad, the man known as Doctor’s Son is facing the threat of usurpation from within the walls of the empire he has built, as the organization he’s vowed to destroy turns his own weapons against him. To come out the victor, Jung Shi-Hyun will have no choice but to request the help of those from his past, in particular a young woman who is haunted by nightmares and walks her own deadly path.
It is a race against time as love lines are reformed, alliances made, betrayals discovered, and the dead are avenged.
And we’re back with another guest post by Lyse as she continues on her quest to write the fan-fic sequel for Heartless City. She’s provided the prologue and synopsis below, so check it out and I promise-if you loved Heartless City as we did, you’ll love Endless Night-your curiosity will be piqued and you will definitely be back for more! 😉
I swear, I didn’t think I could like Tae San any more than I already do or root for him any more vigorously than I do but damn, he’s got a way to get under your skin because his plight is so human and heartening. It’s endearing to see the man who never cared to rise above his trash-like existence now putting all his efforts into being the better person and no longer caring if he lives or dies as long as he gets what he’s struggling for.
There’s nothing more heartbreaking than the realization of what you never had even if it was always there. This episode is all about Tae San’s journey towards the realization of how much he’s really missed because of his life as ‘trash’. For us, it’s another look into Tae San’s past and all the could-have-been that he never even knew and that it’s not just his own life he thrust into hell when he took that fall for Il Seok’s crime.
But Tae San’s heartbreak is such that when he cries, you feel the heartbreak and can’t help but cheer this man forward so that he finds that point in life where he can overcome this all!
Seriously, before D-Day comes, I’ll die of the worry for Tae San. How is he going to survive now? Man Seok’s murder will most likely be pinned on him too. I know the truth will eventually come out-and I am so hoping for a trio friendship here-Jae Kyung, him and Seung Woo working together. (I wanna see Seung Woo graduate from his all gangsters are trash belief!) But the problem is the dwindling hope and avenues for Tae San to explore for himself. His one lead is now dead, so what does he do next? There’s still a lot many days left and not many, if any place to hide!
The chase is on and everyone-from the good guys to the baddies are hot on the heels of the Tae San. Unfortunately, he’s a man on the run with no plan and no means and even being fast on his feet will not be enough in the end unless he comes up with a better solution to his dilemma. As it is, running can only take you so far, buddy, when there’s a dogged cop and hot blooded prosecutor out for revenge, on your tail!
P.S. Forgive the bad quality of screencaps-the episode hasn’t downloaded and I had to get them online.