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  1. @Sleepy Owl, from the moment Min Hyuk told Director Gi that after he finds Tae Yi’s murderer and hand the person over to the police that he will tell JG who he is, my mind already switched to the possibility that JG will probably find out when Min Hyuk is dying. I guess I choose dying because he might not find out that his close colleagues in Alice might have had a hand in this until he’s blatantly betrayed. We know for a fact the caliber of bullet used to kill Tae Yi is from an Alice gun. I don’t know if an Alice gun was used intentionally or not. I kind of believe it’s really Detect
  2. @Sleepy Owl, eh, I’m not the one who speculated that Tae Yi deleting the photo changed the future and JG’s death. I didn’t touch that subject at all since it’s kind of muddled to me. I like your speculation and @sadthe1st’s speculation that maybe it was Min Hyuk’s shot that was heard. Oh Si Young did after all show him the the video/photo of the “foster father” leaving the scene of LSH’s murder. He knows that the man took in JG after Tae Yi was murdered and probably realized he’s more than a police officer to actually murder LSH. Now, will JG get on his case for murdering his foster father?
  3. Well, I suppose Jin Gyeom refusing to acknowledge the truth about Detective Ko is a sign that he’s come a long way emotionally. Still, I never agree with cops who try to cover up leads or evidence. I suppose his denial is something that he has to confront in next week’s episode. Detective Ko really surprised me in that his real target was Tae Yi. He and prisoner LSH were comrades in the same organization, it seems and he told LSH that he needed to find Tae Yi to kill her. I guess the person he wants to save is his wife like @sadthe1st speculated. I suppose rather than “an eye for an
  4. @flutterby06, thanks for the preview. Basically Jin Gyeom will face the same betrayal as the male lead in the drama Train. Well, I suppose writers feel a Judas betrayal has a more dramatic impact on the character and audience.
  5. @sadthe1st, what? Really? I only watched three clips of today’s episode so I didn’t see the full raw. Things are certainly getting interesting. It’s indeed kind of weird how Oh Si Young was able to get away with stuff that nobody else in Alice seemed to know. Heh.
  6. I spoiled myself a little and looked at the YouTube videos involving Min Hyuk and Alice in today’s episode. I think JG is under the impression that Min Hyuk might have killed his mother. I think it might indeed be divulged to Min Hyuk today that Alice’s drone was present on the night of the murder. My rough guess is that in his fight with Min Hyuk later in the episode, JG probably told Min Hyuk that he must have been the one who murdered his mother because the drone was present and the bullet from the gun he uses is of the same caliber. The reason why I speculate this might have been
  7. It will be interesting to find out exactly why he can control time. I mean we speculated different things but the difference between him and his mother Tae Yi living in a time that shouldn’t have been theirs is that JG was born in that time. Since it’s translated that he will “rule over time” it implies having authority to control or to dominate over time. I wonder if JG now realizes that he himself is the one that has the power. He probably didn’t realize it the first time but this second time might prompt him to question what happened. He doesn’t know of the prophecy so he hasn’t a clue. Hon
  8. @sadthe1st @Sleepy Owl, even though it’s revealed that Tae Yi shares the same birthday as JG’s mom, it still seems that JG thinks they are not the same people (though from different dimensions) and they just look alike. Well, really, Min Hyuk can actually tell JG who his mother was but I doubt that sensible route will be taken. JG wants to know who his mother was and Min Hyuk has the answers. I also think it would be interesting if JG let’s it slip to Min Hyuk that a drone was seen the night of his mother’s murder. In the preview he accuses him of being a suspect, I assume because of the drone
  9. @sadthe1st, they have 7 days before JG is supposed to die. Tae Yi has to tell JG the truth about his looming death date. It’s better that they start investigating immediately since he has about a week. I don’t know how Tae Yi intends to regain her memories but clearly we will learn about exactly who her father was. JG also assigned his partner to investigate Dr. Jang and his family. I wonder if Tae Yi really is his biological daughter.
  10. That confused me too but it’s Kim Da Yeon that she traveled to Spain with. I guess it’s their way of coping with their pain after JG died. Remember Tae Yi told DY about this when they were lying in the bed. Maybe there’s a mistake in the translation. It probably should have been “Ms.” instead of “Mr.”.
  11. Yes, the doctor did say that JG’s DNA would be affected by the radiation from the worm hole but I don’t think it matters that he won’t match Tae Yi’s or Min Hyuk’s DNA. I guess the only person that it would matter to is Min Hyuk and I think he pretty much realized that JG’s is his son and not the son of Tae Yi’s fictional husband according to Oh Si Young’s story. At the ossuary Min Hyuk remembered Tae Yi’s words about the little heart that’s beating inside her. I think he realizes now that JG is that child because he also caressed JG’s image in the photo with his mom. However, I don’
  12. Well, as I speculated previously, the missing page with the time traveling future scientist was noticed by the detectives and they casually realized that Detective Ko was the last person who had the files. JG heard it so he’s also getting a bit suspicious of Detective Ko. Since TY also has the USB file showing that JG or someone else was surveilling Detective Ko, she probably suspect Ko’s involvement, I hope. Detective Ko had an almost hard look in his eyes at Tae Yi’s memorial scene in his house when the camera focused on him for several seconds. I guess we will be finding out mor
  13. @tas82, I think if we insist on continuing to watch daily shows we should realize they are about cheap thrills rather than substance. The plot is also more important than the characters. If we go in with that mindset, maybe it would be less irritating to watch if we insist on continuing to watch daily shows. I’m not sure why writers think that they shouldn’t balance out evil. They are always heavy handed with it until one or two episodes before the end where they then tack on some equally lame redemption.
  14. @tas82, sadly the only person I see getting any punishment is the conman. He’s a real piece of work too. The moment he walked up behind Mr. Boo to hit him in the back of the head, anybody should be able to see he’s capable of murder. The fact that he thinks his own son is clingy was also a clue. I have to laugh that he’s the person that GGO is defending. I confess I can’t wait to see her face when she finds out what he’s capable of. As to Min Joo, I don’t expect this lame writer to punish her or reveal her past schemes. I have to say though that she probably can’t do a thing about th
  15. I finally took a look at the latest episode and it’s sad to say that I won’t feel a bit sorry for Gong Gye Ok when the conman succeed in his plot together with her stepsister. Ms. Gong Gye Ok actually got offended on behalf of her wonderful brother-in-law when both Seol Ak and Min Joo told her of their suspicions about the chef on separate occasions. Seol Ak is rightly beginning to suspect the conman and shared his thoughts with GGO in a careful conversation and it was obvious that she was offended. She wasn’t as blatantly vocal as she was when Min Joo voiced her suspicions though. S
  16. @tas82 indeed since Min Joo is always scheming to see what she can get, I suppose it’s much easier for her to suspect others. At this rate nobody will be punished for their bad deeds in this drama. I don’t know what kind of message they’re sending because punishment deters people from doing bad things.
  17. @tas82, so now the idiotic stepsister will collude with Conman to further delude GGO? I can’t say that I feel sorry for GGO. At this rate Min Joo really has the right to tell her off. I bet it’s Min Joo who will figure out Conman’s plot. As much as I hate her I can’t deny that she’s the only one who seem to have a brains. I wonder if Mr. Boo will wake up penniless.
  18. Well, he does have pictures of them flirting and embracing. He also have an audio recording of her plotting with him. Granted, I don’t expect these things will see the light of day but they do indeed show she plotted against the business and Mr. Boo. However, the lame writer will most likely let her off without so much of a stain on her high and mighty personality.
  19. I honestly hate Min Joo more than the evil Conman. I hate them both. And notice she’s never been put down by anyone in this show. Her husband is afraid of her. GGO acts like a goody two shoes with her regardless of what hogwash she spews at her. Her brothers in law all put up with her bossiness. Ae Ri can’t handle her. Actually, it’s only the stupid idiot brainless stepsister who once butted heads with her. Now watch how this lame writer is going to let Min Joo off. It should be no surprise though since evil is never punished. It’s the same way the Nutcase mother came in like a hurri
  20. I feel so sorry for Joon Young. As if his financial issues weren’t already strangling him, now he will most likely fall into the hands of that unscrupulous guy who will take over his management rights in SK. It’s like Joon Young has no power over his life and definitely not over his career. The guy is already telling him to ditch Hyun Ho and Jung Kyung and I’m sure that’s just the beginning of his schemes and demands. Then there’s the music professor who basically advised him that accompanying Song Ah in her violin sonata is a double edge sword which will bring down his grade or cast doubt on
  21. @Manora, I honestly don’t know if I would feel sorry for GGO. She could have told Mr. Boo the truth and tell him the circumstances as she heard it from her “eternally” trouble-making idiot of a stepsister. All I know is that Ms.Min Joo is probably sitting happy right now. I can imagine her throwing all of this in GGO’s face and boy is she good at it.
  22. I guess rather than running from her maybe Joon Young wants to face JK. Or, maybe he thinks it’s the last thing he can do for her as an old friend. I suppose the subbed episode will shed more light on his thinking.
  23. She spent many years with him and I’m sure she remembered his kindness and the way he treated her. She hurt him and she came face to face with that last night when he was practically holding back his tears to finally say his piece before telling her not to show up at his home again. It’s their final goodbye as a couple so I can see how that would make both of them cry. Her father’s admonition to her was also spot on. Before, she treated him callously but now I think she regrets hurting him with her angry words. I honestly hope there’s no second chance for them. Maybe it’s time for Hyun Ho to e
  24. That’s because Song Ah is having a private lesson with her. I really hope Song Ah gets another teacher who is attentive to her practice, constructively critiques her playing and gives her good instruction. If she keeps up with this professor, I can’t see her improving significantly. The Professor makes it blatantly obvious that she’s disinterested, bored and unwilling to make any effort to give instruction. For the violin sonata, it would be nice if Joon Young accompanies her on the piano. Apparently the pianist has to be in sync and compatible with her. It would be a nice
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