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Equator Man Episode IV Recap

(My Korean isn’t perfect so I might have made a few mistakes. Please overlook and forgive, if any :)!  Again, I’m attaching screen caps at the end! Otherwise, I hope you enjoy the recap!)

The story moves forward into another era now, the adults! It’s surprising to see the different sides of some characters-actually, just one character- Chairman Jin. The way he treats his daughter, who I’m suspecting isn’t his real child either was quite surprising and his wish for feeling like family felt heartfelt as well. However, we still see the evil in him more often than not and which is about to be amplified now that Tae Joo is coming back to Korea. Then there’s Sumi. The girl is still hung up on Jang Il and it’s hard to see where she’s being honest and where she’s being manipulative. Ji Won is still in the shade. There’s not much further work on her character and she almost got like less than 5 minutes in this episode. (Don’t tell me it’s really less than 5 minutes! I can’t recall her being anywhere except the drunk and then the library scene!)

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Equator Man Episode II Recap

(My Korean isn’t perfect so I might have made a few mistakes. Please overlook and forgive, if any :)!  I also did not understand the episode 100% so there’s many things I am hazy about. Still, I hope to give you an idea about what is happening. Also, putting the screen caps in the middle of the post takes me a long time so I’m simply attaching it at the end as a gallery. Sorry for the delay in recapping! All in all, I hope you enjoy the recap!)

Realization and dread sinks in as Sun Woo watches his father hanging from a tree, lifeless. He hangs onto his father, calling him and trying to bring him to life. When Jang Il points out his father seems to be dead, Sun Woo shouts back at him, “He’s not dead. My father’s not dead. He’s alive.” Finally, the branch breaks and his body falls down while Sun Woo desperately tries to get him to wake up and tries to carry his father before finally collapsing and crying, slowly accepting the reality.

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