Insider: Episodes 7-eight
Our hero’s enemies are hot on his tail, and they’ll cease at practically nothing to bring him down. Nonetheless, that does not faze him, and a trip out of prison yields him the answer he’s been seeking for — but with it comes a shocking revelation that shakes him to his core.
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Yo-han sniffs about Shinseondong, attempting to figure out who the elusive members are. He approaches the inmate that functions as a delivery helper for Shinseondong, except the old man coldly rebuffs him, claiming to despise gamblers. He’s CHAIRMAN DO (Moon Sung-geun), and there’s history involving him and Soo-yeon, but he’s considering that cast her aside.
Soo-yeon lastly discovers the whereabouts of the tiny boy she’s been tracking down. His name is WOO MIN-HO (Kim Min-seung), and he’s at an orphanage — except Jae-sun is at the moment volunteering there. Worse but, Jae-sun has place a tail on her, so she can not do a great deal to support Yo-han for the time becoming.
That signifies it is up to Yo-han to make the moves, and he sneaks into the warden’s workplace to steal his pc. With the support of Seung-hwan, he decodes the accounts and discovers a series of suspicious deposits.
Yo-han realizes that the deposit dates coincide with key events in the political and corporate planet the warden has been getting slush funds, then paying an inmate to do the dirty perform.
Utilizing this details as leverage, Yo-han convinces Chairman Do to give the job to him as an alternative. Chairman Do relents, and tells him that he just has to make a delivery. With that, Yo-han obtains a short-term leave permit, and he’s back in the outdoors planet.
Yo-han follows his guidelines dutifully, choosing up an envelope and bringing it to the delivery point. Except that puts him face-to-face with the gambling den owner JO HAE-DO (Han Jae-young), who’s nevertheless hungry for revenge.
Chairman Do left out an crucial piece of details — it is not a mere delivery, but an exchange. His underlings drag out a beaten-up lawyer for Yo-han to gather, but Hae-do is out for Yo-han’s blood.
Fortunately, the lawyer aids Yo-han by distracting Hae-do, and they escape. Yo-han hands the injured lawyer more than to Soo-yeon, who has managed to shake her tail. In exchange, she passes him details on Min-ho, along with a fake police ID.
Yo-han locates Min-ho at the orphanage, but Hae-do shows up but once more, obtaining slipped a tracker into Yo-han’s pocket. Groan. They fight, and Yo-han yells for Min-ho to run away — except the tiny boy returns with a fire extinguisher that he utilizes to knock Hae-do out cold.
The pair run to the parking lot, and Min-ho plaintively asks Yo-han to save his dad. He reveals that the particular person who kidnapped him and his dad, and who killed Yo-han’s grandmother, are a single and the identical.
Yo-han manages to shake Hae-do’s pursuit with a folded card to the eye, but their escape is quickly thwarted by a auto — a single that drives appropriate more than Min-ho. Oh god.
Out methods YANG HWA (Jung Man-shik), the older brother of Chairman Yang and the correct leader of Doo-chul’s Bugyeongpa gang. He’s right here to claim the envelope, and when Soo-yeon shows up just in time for Yo-han to scramble into her auto, Hwa climbs onto its hood and begins battering against the windshield.
Soo-yeon manages to shake him off (really actually), but Jae-sun is hot on her heels. He forces her to pull more than, considering he’s caught Yo-han on an illegal trip out of prison — but it is Ro-sa sitting in the passenger seat. Phew!
Yo-han tends to make his way back to prison, exactly where Chairman Do rebukes him for finding Soo-yeon involved and antagonizing Jae-sun. Not all is lost, although Min-ho’s been taken to the hospital, and Soo-yeon’s located out that the injured lawyer is GU BON-CHUL (Hong Seo-joon), a single of Chairman Do’s males.
Soo-yeon lastly offers Yo-han (and us) the complete rundown on the evil Yang brothers — obtaining began out as fraudsters, then gangsters, they set up a firm named The Skin Nation to establish legitimacy. Their avarice ultimately led to a forceful takeover of Chairman Do’s casino, which was a front for cash laundering.
As lengthy as their pockets could continue becoming filled, the strong persons nicknamed the “Deep Pockets” didn’t care. Not only did they toss Chairman Do in jail as soon as he was no longer beneficial, but they also purchased more than the prosecutors to safeguard the Yang brothers. Greed knows no bounds, huh?
Determined to take Yo-han down by any signifies needed, Jae-sun requests for visitations with the inmates surrounding him. All of them turn him down, but it catches the interest of Tae-hoon, who gives up details in exchange for ruining Yo-han’s life.
With that, Jae-sun launches a search and seizure on the prison, hoping to catch the gamblers red-handed. Nonetheless, he’s no match for the level-headed Seung-hwan, who evacuates the VIPs and burns the proof in the nick of time.
However, traces of scorched cards and charred chips stay, and that is sufficient to justify an overhaul of the prison employees. Below the new warden’s directions, our most important crew is evicted from the infirmary and sent back to common cells.
That signifies Yo-han returns to Doo-chul’s cell, and his old cellmates are nevertheless seething more than his betrayal. They move to attack, but Sun-oh’s instruction pays off — Yo-han holds his personal in spite of becoming sorely outnumbered.
Henchman Gil-sang attempts to take Yo-han’s life with a sharpened toothbrush, but Yo-han’s speedy reflexes signifies that the weapon finds its mark in Doo-chul’s neck as an alternative. The other minions all pin the murder on Yo-han, although, which offers the new warden an excuse to transfer Yo-han to Jangsong prison (as a result isolating him from his existing gambling network).
Yo-han seeks support from Chairman Do, who gives to get Jae-sun and the murder charge off his back — but only if Yo-han kills a person for him as soon as he’s released. Ever principled, Yo-han scoffs and walks out.
Yo-han can not just shelve his revenge program, although. In particular not when he’s found a new, shocking piece of details — Min-ho gave him the login credentials to his private social media account, and on it is a video of the masked murderer that killed Yo-han’s grandmother.
Except the man removes his mask to reveal his face, and ohmygod. It is Sun-oh?! Nooooo. There has to be a twist someplace, appropriate? Proper??
Yo-han is as devastated by this turn of events as I am, and it tends to make him recall a previous memory. He’d located Sun-oh gazing somberly at the moon a single evening, and when Sun-oh explained that he’d in no way had the opportunity to prepare a memorial service for his late father, Yo-han took it upon himself to place collectively a makeshift a single.
He patiently guided a clueless Sun-oh via the motions, and oh, the appear in Sun-oh’s eyes — I’m tearing up. Show, why would you tear apart the bromance like this!
Possibly it is unfounded faith due to how invested I’ve gotten in Sun-oh’s character, but I hope there’s additional to this reveal than what it seems to be. Sun-oh had to claw his way up from rock bottom, which signifies there ought to have been lots to exploit that could force him into carrying out a person else’s bidding.
Time and time once more we’ve had the rug pulled out from below us, with intimidating antagonists turning out to be mere smaller fry compared to the bigwigs pulling the strings behind them. The internet of the strong extends additional and deeper than what’s visible on the surface, and so I’m reserving judgment till the fog of mystery clears up a tiny additional.
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