Episode 21 Recap is done but without screencaps and comments so it’ll be up tomorrow! As soon as I’m done with it, I’ll work on Arang!
There’s no text preview out yet and only the video preview as shown at the end of the episode. Here goes the translation!
Shunji corners Rie and asks her, “Ueno Rie, this is the last time I am asking you. Lee Kang To is Gaksital, isn’t he?” She defers and doesn’t answer, trying to get away and Shunji shouts at her, “How did you confirm it?” Kang To and Baek Gun sit together and Kang To tells the other man, “There is no way to find teacher Dong Jin!” That’s the guy mentioned in the pamphlets, I think! Shunji spies Kang To looking through records and whispers, “Lee Kang To… Dong Jin? The Dong Jin who wants to meet Yang Baek?”
Tomoe walks in on Madam Tasha and the husband sitting together- the husband from the new couple introduced today in episode 21. He seems drunk as he confronts the guy, “Who are you? What is the relationship between you two?” Awww, does someone have a crush on Tasha? The guy easily knocks Tomoe out with a single well placed hit.
Kang To faces someone and asks, “What did you say?” and mutters something about Dong Jin. Kang To and Dan sit together, holding hands and she promises to find out something while Kang To wonders it might be dangerous.
Dan and Sun Hwa head somewhere when Gye Soon follows them and Dan picks up on their trail, realizing Gye Soon is spying on them for Shunji. She tells Gye Soon to sober up-does she think Shunji is a good person? “Why don’t you realize that you will get in trouble too?” Gye Soon walks away begrudginlgy but her expression shows she is bothered by Dan’s words and the possible truth in them.
Meanwhile, Shunji goes to see Chairman Ueno. Ueno asks what he needs his help in.
Shunji: “Is it okay if I kill your daughter?” He is shown drinking in Angel Club and then going somewhere as the narration of what he says to Ueno continues, “I will need your help for that! For this, I will put my life on the line!”
Less than 24 hours to go now and we’ll be seeing the episode! Seriously, I can’t wait because this preview has promised me everything I have been wishing for and a whole lot more on Dan, Rie and Kang To! I’ll comment more on it along with my comments for the episode 21 in Episode 21’s recap post which will be posted tomorrow so keep watch to check them out!
Heartbreak x Infinity! Kang To faces loss in unbelievable proportions and finally dons white, except, there is still a long way for him to go before he understands the true meaning of the white clothes his brother died for and the mask he adorned. A journey is one step at a time and Uri Kang To takes that first step. So satisfying to see him wear that mask and fight just the way his brother did! Gaksital lives!
Episode 6 Recap:
So Kenji confronts Kang San about being Gaksital-as per his calculations and nothing more, threatening to kill Mom. When Kang San moves to come forward, mom holds him back, looking him in the eye and tells him, “Don’t be afraid. You are the eldest son of this Lee family. Your mother is so proud of you.” He shakes his head at her almost imperceptibly but mom shakes her head back. She doesn’t want him to reveal himself. And so he stands there, tears trickling down his cheeks, rooted to the spot, his face expressionless but his eyes shouting out with helplessness and guilt.
Heartbreak but more than could have been imagined. We set up for grander loss than we imagined for Kang To and while our hero has finally found his first love, she is long ways from finding him. Yet this seems just the beginning for a longer journey and arcs and twists are born here, preparing us for a rocky future. Onto the Recap!
Episode 5 Recap:
Kenji races up a flight of stairs until he reaches the first story and going to a window on the side, slides it open, hiding close to the wall to avoid being seen. He smirks as he becomes a spectator in the fight ensuing below between the circus workers and Kang To as the former try to assassinate the latter. Kang To easily fights off each and every attacker with ease while Kenji smirks above, hoping to see him crash and burn. A flashback shows that Gye Sook had come and warned him that Kang To’s life was in danger. While she came with the heart of saving him-purely for the monetary award, Kenji could care less and actually hopes to see Kang To finally die.
It just gets better and better!! Add in a hero who is not at all heroic and so much the villain, a heroine who knows how to and does fight her own battles, family love above all else and there is nothing left wanting!
Episode 2 Recap:
Like we saw before, the Gaksital behind Kang To is not the real deal. We see the real one on a rooftop behind and he throws a dart at the fake Gaksital, knocking the gun out of his hand. Kang To uses that opportunity to turn back and fight. Having lost advantage and control, fake Gaksital runs off. Kang To gives pursuit, but loses him. Fake Gaksital reports to Kenji: the assassination was disrupted because Gaksital intervened. The assassin wonders, why would Gaksital protect Kang To? That gets Kenji’s mind rolling and he’s like, “Ah, that’s why he has risen so well in ranks.” Yeah, I’m sure it had nothing to do with his skill and ambition. But a villain seems dimwitted if he can’t even recognize that bit! Kenji looks practically stewing all the time! 😛