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12 hours ago, BaekhyunBBH said:

Apparently, I am the only one who have seen Park Shi Young. I am so confused. 

The second turtle also said it was Kim Kang Wook, right ? So I might be wrong. 

 

Wow, but even though I am wrong, Park Shi Young is still very suspicious.

 

It's confusing for me too, but I also remember that it was Kim Gang Wook as well. It was revealed somewhere in episode 13. HTJ had a flashback of when her and her husband's thumbs were cut off by the Turtle and in the last few seconds, he took off his face mask and it was KGW. Hope this helps.

 

Edited: It's around the 22:00 mark in episode 13.

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14 hours ago, taeunfighting said:

 

It's confusing for me too, but I also remember that it was Kim Gang Wook as well. It was revealed somewhere in episode 13. HTJ had a flashback of when her and her husband's thumbs were cut off by the Turtle and in the last few seconds, he took off his face mask and it was KGW. Hope this helps.

 

Edited: It's around the 22:00 mark in episode 13.

Oh thank you I'll re watch that scene ! 

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On 8/31/2019 at 6:02 PM, thistle said:

It's over but I am still stubbornly refused to watch the last two episodes.  I'm still annoyed with YG.

I'm sorry

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Watcher: Episodes 9-16 Final (Series review)

by Saya

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Wow. What a very excellent show. It was hard to do the first half justice, but I feel like it’s going to be even harder to capture the breadth and depth to which the second half took us. Watcher is a show that deserves a close watch, and then a rewatch, and then a thesis, to fully encapsulate every theme and every dark side of human nature that it took upon itself to delve into.

 
[Warning: The following review assumes you’ve watched the first half, and contains major spoilers for the second. Proceed at your own risk!]
 

The murder of Kim Jae-myung (Young-goon’s father) marks the midpoint of the show and takes the show’s trajectory to a completely new level. It clears him of his wife’s murder this is where it all begins to unravel for the villains, as the team finally start to ask the right questions. The Muil ledger, the cause of Jae-myung’s murder, also becomes his legacy. We’re told that the ledger is a comprehensive record of the corruption of law enforcement officials among both the police and the prosecution service.

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more http://www.dramabeans.com/2019/09/watcher-episodes-9-16-final-series-review/

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@larus Thanks for sharing, I love this review.  Saya's analysis is one of the best reviews I've read thus far.

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