While Hye-kyeong is busy with this hard case, we get an easierglance at Tae-joon and Joong-won, their mind and emotions for the girlin addition their morality. Some dark facts surface in episode 8 and the complete lotresults in a homicide and a new crisis. As smartly as her work, Hye-kyeong continues to handle two men who have their own ideas more or less what she wishes while she tries to stay her circle of relatives afloat.
I acknowledged in my review for episode seven that Hye-kyeong (Jeon Do-yeon) would be at risk when facinga perilouscrook like Jo Gook-hyeon (Go Joon) and while I used to be right, it form of feels she could have worse folks to face, addingthe only she is recently married to. I could bein a position tocommunicate more about Tae-joon's (Yoo Ji-tae) machinations and imaginable crimes in a bit, yet his habit toward Hye-kyeong isn'tpreciselyanything he will also behappy with either.
Advertisementane had up to now assumed that he's fake, manipulative and narcissistic and while the latter two still stand, he does have some twisted honesty in his feelings for his wife. There's aerroneous sense of "love" there, which in Taejoonland way that he is enthusiastic about having her and keeping her what he considers to be safe. Unfortunately, that impliesdismissing her entirely, mendacity to her, the use of her and let me know if I must continue with this, because I have a list.
His plans for her come withemploying Joong-won's (Yoon Kye-sang) feelings for her to get his way and as lousy as this is, the receiving finish of that temptation is now not doing wonderful either. Joong-won still commits immoral acts to put into effect his coverage on Hye-kyeong, which she never asked for. At the similar time, he is acutely conscious of his flaws. Dan (Nana) issues this out and while knowing larger arguably makes him worse than Tae-joon at the moment, it suggests that he has some hope for redemption. Tae-joon does not.
Despite his behavior as a husband, I'm going to not call him a assassin just yet. He had each and everyreason why and opportunity to harm Amber as well, but he did not, no less thanso a long way as we know. Sang-il (Kim Tae-woo) is solely equally shady and mean as a character, so I believe him perfectly able to this act. Whatever they are doing, I stay up for the day Hye-kyeong teaches either a lesson.
As vital as it's milesto understand Tae-joon and Joong-won better, I do feel the ultimate two episodes are sidelining her studiesoutdoor of the triangle a bit. They are more about the men's needs and morality than they are about her. As the titular personality she wants to reclaim firm and control, so I am hoping that here is where the 2d onepart of the series will take us.
"The Excellent Wife"is directed byLee Jeong-hyo, written byHan Sang-woonand featuresJeon Do-yeon,Yoo Ji-tae,Yoon Kye-sangandKim Seo-hyeong.
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