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<i>Subtitles by The Profilers @ viki</i>
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<i>User: David LEE
David.L.Lee@google.com</i>
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<i>Episode 1</i>
<i>User: David LEE
David.L.Lee@google.com</i>
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<i> Twenty year old female found dead in her Bangbae-dong home</i>
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<i>Bangbae-dong murder incident</i>
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<i>In every story there is a start and an end.</i>
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<i>How would my story be?</i>
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<i>A story that's started but hasn't ended, and is paused in place.</i>
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<i>But, there is someone who is starting to tell me the story again.</i>
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<i>And I'm about to reply to this unknown person's request.</i>
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<i>And so my story which was paused in place begins again.</i>
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<i>You're saying that no DNA or trace evidence came out, right?</i>
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Yes, that's what it says.
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The suspect's particulars aren't easy...
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There is a report of a woman's dead body found in Mapo Dowha-dong.
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The corpse is similar to that of the Bangbae-dong case.
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Let's go.
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The body's condition is too different from Bangbae-dong's to call this a serial.
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The state the corpse was found in was similar, so we have to at least check.
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There is a good chance that it's serial.
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The Bangbae-dong case wasn't about simple revenge but rather unpredictable. Ther
e's no reason that there couldn't be a second or third occurrence.
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There's no reason for it not to be either.
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Oh, and didn't they say that the new team leader would be coming today?
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He may come directly here.
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They told the team to get ready but I told them we were headed out to the crime
scene.
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You're working hard.
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Maybe he'll come straight here.
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As if he would really.
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Hey, who's there?

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Is that the team leader?
- I'm not sure.
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<i>It's that fellow.</i>
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Are you perhaps Team Leader Kang Eun Hyeok?
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You all came knowing that this case has similarities to Bangbae-dong case, right
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<i>Yes we did, but...</i>
It is the same perpetrator.
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It also means that it will shortly be hard to find a DNA, trace evidence, eyewit
nesses, CCTV, physical evidence, etc.
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We haven't gotten the result from forensics yet?
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One special thing is that there's no perpetrator's signature like the one in Ban
gbae-dong.
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Signature? But there wasn't anything of that type.
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Check to see if the crime scene was contaminated or if the evidence was collecte
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There'll be one for sure.
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Have the suspects been picked out? Can I take a look at the list of suspects?
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Like I said before, there's no solid evidence nor witnesses so-43

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Because there isn't any, there's no suspect list either.
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Yes.
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The victim in Bangbae-dong and the victim at the scene here must either
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own a yacht and have a captain's license or at least knew someone who does.
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The perpetrator must be intelligent leaving a bold signature in a spotless crime
scene.
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While he is an exhibitionist, he thinks he is someone whose own power, is beyond
the government's power.
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It's not simple delusion, but there's a good possibility they actually has some
power.
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Either institutional or a company...
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<i>I have waited crazily for so long,</i>
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<i>and finally Lee Hyeon, this man, is in front of me.</i>
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Do you have any questions?
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Where did the yacht information come from?
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And the signature too.
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I'm sure those weren't mentioned in the Bangbae-dong case file.
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It's that we...


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What is it?
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Is there something on the rooftop?
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<i>You're working hard.</i>
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Wow. So we get to say our first greetings here.
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I am the Leader of Team 1, Leader Kang Eun Hyeok.
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Team Leader?
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So who's this guy?
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Oh, what?
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He's not here.
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Also not here.
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He escaped.
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Excuse me!
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- What is this situation?
- What was he doing?
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It seems certain he's not the team leader.
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- So I said that <i>I</i> am the team leader.
- Team leader, my ass!
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Do you think he's... the criminal?
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There's no way. Damn it...
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Hey! We don't know about this guy either. Check his identity.
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Yes.
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May I have your ID please?
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Hey you!
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Do you think I'll let you go this easily?
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Hey!
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Did you see that?
- I saw it.
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Now we have to go chase a taxi.
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Aigoo, do we have to run after him?
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Well? Should we run? We should. We should run.
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Can you slow down a bit?

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I don't think it will be a nuisance on the road even if you slowed down a bit.
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Please go a bit slower.
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Can you speed up a bit?
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Can you lower the speed again?
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Hey!
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Stop! Stop!
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Stop! Stop!
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Hey you! Sir!
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Hey, you are that Lee Hyeon, right?
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Stop right there! Stop there!
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Stop! Stop it, I say.
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Hey you!
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Who are you?
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How did you know me?
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<i>It's been 20 years.</i>

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<i>It's been 20 years since I met this guy.</i>
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<i>No. It's been 20 years that I've stalked this guy.</i>
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<i>Not only does this guy not remember me but he does not even know I exist.</i>
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I am not sure... How would I know you?
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Is it you?
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What?
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I'm sorry. But if you run away again, I won't have any strength.
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<i>Because of an email?</i>
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To wrap it up,
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you received Bangbae-dong case file in an e-mail,
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you looked up the IP address and found that it was from the National Police.
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For a moment, I thought you had sent it but I don't think so.
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Anyway, thinking that the National Police needs my help,
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I got on the plane to get here as fast as possible.
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I'm rather taken aback because you are saying that is not the case.

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Does that make sense? Then why does that sort of person run away from the scene?
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I only left because I finished what I needed to say.
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There's no point in talking any further with people who can't understand the bas
ics of what's going on.
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Even if I say something, it doesn't seem like you understand.
- What?
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This guy, really...
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How did you get onto the crime scene?
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More than that, how do you know so much about the Bangbae-dong murder case after
just looking at pictures?
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Today's Dohwa-dong crime scene, too. You were there only 5-10 minutes but
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did you look around the entire scene in that short of a time period? How did you
do that?
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People say that a person has an ability to process information within 16 feet, r
ight?
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That limit is only the average.
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Of course, there are people who have abilities above that
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and, of course, there must be people who are below the average as well.
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Oh, so it's that.


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Hey!
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Hey! He's telling us that we're below the average right now!
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But, you know how to read the space between the lines.
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You get something?
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I confirmed his identity and it's all true. His American name is David Lee.
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It's correct that he is John Jay College Criminal Justice Associate Professor fr
om New York.
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Even the time he arrived in the country is correct.
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He was probably in the plane during the time of the crime.
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In conclusion, he's not the culprit.
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Now, what about the evidence to keep me here?
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Let's say accessing the crime scene is obstruction of official business.
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No chance of flight with solid identity.
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I don't think you can detain me.
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-But for you to leave like this...
-Emergency arrest without a reason and duress.

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On top of that, because of the handcuff, I got scratches on my wrist.
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Should I sue?
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That's why I said I was sorry before I put the handcuffs on you.
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You must not remember.
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How did you find out about the Dohwa-dong crime scene location?
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Unless you intercepted police communication or hacked into our system, you would
have not known.
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The primary crime scene in Bangbae-dong told me.
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But to me, you are a witness. So, I have to, at least, understand the crime scen
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His identity and his proof of residence are solid. I guarantee it.
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But...
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Planning manager is guaranteeing it.
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Our first greeting was kind of weird, right?
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Let's forget everything that happened earlier and start off nicely again with fo
rmal greetings.
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From now on, I'm the new leader that will lead the special investigation team.
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I'm sorry.
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I thought you'd be bored on your way out, so, I am accompanying you as a token o
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Just get simply to the point. What more are you curious about?
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It was a lie when you said you went to the crime scene thinking that the police
had requested your help in error.
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I think you have a different reason. Right?
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What if you're right?
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No, the real reason why you came to Korea.
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If you tell me how you know who I am.
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Oh, so then you'll tell me why.
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After hearing it, I might consider telling you why.
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Look. You do have a different reason.
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Are you curious?
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Of course I'm curious.
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Aren't you curious too?

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Looking at you, it does seem like I've seen you somewhere.
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Really?
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Like I expected, I don't know.
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You said something about effective brain processing but your memory must be bad.
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Either you didn't have anything special enough for me to remember or
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there was no reason for me to remember you, no?
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I said you still are a witness.
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Let's not leave the country without notice!
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<i>Tell me the reason you went to the crime scene- No, the real reason why you c
ame to Korea. </i>
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My real reason?
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<i> It started with an email. </i>
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<i>This</i>
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<i>This a part of my memory that I buried.</i>
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<i> What was it again? </i>
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<i> It's a drawing from my childhood, around the time I lost my father and young
er brother. </i>
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<i> This is an invitation someone has sent to me. </i>
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Some business came up in Korea.
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I need you to book me the earliest flight possible and set up an appointment wit
h the dean.
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<i> Numerals to Follow </i>
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<i> Letters to Follow</i>
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N
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<i>Those things that were secretly hidden in Bangbaedong crime scene pictures ar
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N 37.541506
E 126.947357
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<i>And this is a coordinate?</i>
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<i>The coordinate indicated was here: Another murder crime scene.</i>
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<i>Who might it be?</i>
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<i>Who might be sending me these kinds of messages?</i>
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<i> Would that person and </i>
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<i>that kid</i>
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<i> be alive? </i>
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<i> That's why I returned to this place. </i>
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<i>I have homework to solve and someone to find.</i>
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<i> Hurry and eat. You should eat. </i>
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<i>Hurry. Good. That's right.</i>
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<i>The things I do well, everything that I remember,</i>
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The place of my decisive times and where my soul was made.
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<i>Here, my story begins again.</i>
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<i> Every child's story begins with their parents </i>
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<i>Year 1996</i>
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<i>Hyeon. Lee Hyeon.</i>
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What are you doing here? There's so many things from
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move we have to put away that it's chaotic, but you're out here alone being idle
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From what I know, you're the best at being idle.
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Hyung! I don't see my sketchbook! My crayons too!
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- Alright. I'll find it.
- Hurry, hurry, hurry!
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When I found it, it was dead.
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- Stay well-behaved.
- Would you open the window for me?
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What?
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I am sensitive to smell.
So what?
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I think it'll be better if you change your skin (cosmetic product)
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What did you say?
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Because the air wasn't too good.
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-This bastard!
- I'm feeling much better.
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I'll deal with him.
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My daily routine was checking my mother's mood.
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I guess I'll be able to sleep tonight without any worries.
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Ah. Today, it's too late.
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The days I was beaten, I counted numbers.
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Once, twice, three times.
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Four times, five times, six times.
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<i> On the days Grandpa drank alcohol </i>
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This is last week's.
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<i> I shared a room with my uncle. </i>
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-This was <i>a frightening nightmare</i> last week's.
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00:24:37,710 --> 00:24:43,900
But you have no grandfather, uncle, or mom.
239
00:24:43,900 --> 00:24:47,560
Ah, is that so?
240
00:24:49,910 --> 00:24:54,270
There will be a time that comes when you tell me your real story.
241
00:24:58,750 --> 00:25:04,190
I don't know what you're expecting, but I don't have much of a story to tell.
242
00:25:05,520 --> 00:25:08,380
Why do people hurt others?
243
00:25:10,280 --> 00:25:14,600
But then again, why can't people hurt others?
244
00:25:15,430 --> 00:25:20,410
That was what I was curious of as a child, a very normal one.
245
00:25:37,780 --> 00:25:42,870
Superintendent Lee? You are Chief Superintendent Lee Joong Min, right?
246

00:25:44,100 --> 00:25:50,230


Hello, I saw your lecture last semester and I even said hello to you.
247
00:25:50,230 --> 00:25:54,000
- Ah, yes. Is that so?
- Yes, yes.
248
00:25:54,060 --> 00:25:59,560
I did hear that you moved to this jurisdiction so I figured that I would meet yo
u sometime.
249
00:25:59,610 --> 00:26:02,180
Then, I'll see you some time in the future.
250
00:26:02,180 --> 00:26:05,310
Ah, yes. Then work well.
251
00:26:06,490 --> 00:26:10,220
Oh, by any chance, do you raise a dog?
252
00:26:11,300 --> 00:26:15,570
There were some reports on dog theft and cruelty lately.
253
00:26:15,590 --> 00:26:20,180
It's obvious they are being done by dog breeders.
254
00:26:33,790 --> 00:26:35,560
Lee Hyeon...
255
00:26:40,660 --> 00:26:43,200
<i>Did you have a nightmare?</i>
256
00:26:47,560 --> 00:26:48,960
Oh.
257
00:26:52,300 --> 00:26:55,140
I must had fallen asleep by accident.
258
00:26:56,350 --> 00:26:59,280
That's because you always stay up during the night.
259
00:27:17,500 --> 00:27:22,310
-Are these the people you're researching?
-Uh, yeah.
260
00:27:22,310 --> 00:27:25,420

They look normal, all of them.


261
00:27:25,480 --> 00:27:30,010
But they're not right? Normal people.
262
00:27:30,030 --> 00:27:36,890
Evil is hidden inside normal people.
263
00:27:52,260 --> 00:27:59,170
<i>at times the most cruel people can wear the face of an angel.</i>
264
00:28:04,640 --> 00:28:09,780
That's why you should always be cautious about strangers, okay?
265
00:28:09,780 --> 00:28:12,930
- Also...
- Also?
266
00:28:14,950 --> 00:28:20,240
Dad wishes if you were more like a kid, like others your age.
267
00:28:21,530 --> 00:28:26,520
Dad! Let's go to the amusement park this weekend.
268
00:28:26,520 --> 00:28:31,550
I'm not going to wash and put clothes on Min and take him to kindergarten and ba
ck anymore.
269
00:28:31,550 --> 00:28:34,800
I'm not doing that and not doing any household chores either.
270
00:28:34,840 --> 00:28:37,790
I'll forget to pay the utility bills all the time
271
00:28:37,830 --> 00:28:41,750
and the gas, water, electricity will all get cut off.
272
00:28:41,750 --> 00:28:44,920
And I won't take care of your coffee or your schedules anymore.
273
00:28:44,940 --> 00:28:48,470
I'm going to be stupid and just play with robots.
274
00:28:49,000 --> 00:28:55,410
Wow. This coffee is killer. My child is a total barista! A barista!

275
00:28:55,410 --> 00:29:00,080
Time's up. You have to leave now, Dad.
276
00:29:03,460 --> 00:29:07,310
- That's right, that's right.
- Your jacket's here.
277
00:29:08,010 --> 00:29:10,310
Oh, the jacket.
278
00:29:11,440 --> 00:29:13,280
Your bag?
279
00:29:14,810 --> 00:29:19,790
The bag, the bag. That's right. I would be in trouble without this. Son,
280
00:29:19,790 --> 00:29:23,330
thank you. Hm? Thank you!
281
00:29:23,330 --> 00:29:29,220
- Dad.
- Did I forget something else?
282
00:29:31,460 --> 00:29:35,270
Why do people hurt others?
283
00:29:35,660 --> 00:29:39,750
<i>Why do people hurt others?</i>
- But before that,
284
00:29:39,770 --> 00:29:44,180
why can't people hurt others?
285
00:29:44,200 --> 00:29:46,650
<i>Why can't they hurt others?</i>
286
00:29:47,470 --> 00:29:51,980
<i>That was what I was curious of as a child, a very normal one.</i>
287
00:30:11,180 --> 00:30:15,660
When I volunteered to join Munchung special team to investigate crime,
288
00:30:15,660 --> 00:30:17,630
Everyone tried to stop me.
289

00:30:17,630 --> 00:30:22,490


After I got into the Police by means of special qualification exam, I was on eli
te path.
290
00:30:22,490 --> 00:30:27,790
But I turned down the intelligence and security division and came to investigati
on division. Really,
291
00:30:28,550 --> 00:30:31,940
I surprised everyone around me.
292
00:30:31,940 --> 00:30:35,120
But I, more than physical comfort...
293
00:30:35,120 --> 00:30:38,850
<i>How did you know about the Dowha-dong's crime scene earlier?</i>
294
00:30:38,850 --> 00:30:41,650
<i>The primary crime scene in Banbae-dong told me.</i>
295
00:30:41,650 --> 00:30:45,380
<i>What did the crime scene tell him and how?</i>
296
00:30:45,380 --> 00:30:48,020
This is how I come to meet you all.
297
00:30:48,020 --> 00:30:54,230
Although we started out meeting with a bit of misunderstanding.
298
00:30:54,230 --> 00:30:55,880
But we can unite again..
299
00:30:55,880 --> 00:31:00,340
<i>One special fact is that there was no perpetrator's signature shown in the Ba
ngbae-dong case.</i>
300
00:31:00,340 --> 00:31:02,940
<i>Signature? But we don't have that.</i>
301
00:31:02,940 --> 00:31:06,510
<i>Check to see if the crime scene was contaminated or if the evidence was colle
cted by the forensics.</i>
302
00:31:06,510 --> 00:31:08,790
<i>There is one for sure.</i>
303

00:31:08,790 --> 00:31:10,710


<i>Signature..</i>
304
00:31:10,710 --> 00:31:14,700
My experience in investigating crime scene is rather short.
305
00:31:14,700 --> 00:31:20,500
However, with my leadership and my ability to quickly adapt, this Special Invest
igation Unit, I will...
306
00:31:20,500 --> 00:31:24,880
<i>You heard that a normal person has the ability to process information within
16 feet, right?</i>
307
00:31:24,880 --> 00:31:27,120
<i>It is just an average.</i>
308
00:31:27,120 --> 00:31:30,870
<i>Of course someone would have a higher ability than that.</i>
309
00:31:30,870 --> 00:31:34,110
<i>And of course someone would be below the average.</i>
310
00:31:34,110 --> 00:31:38,850
<i> This impudent jerk!</i>
311
00:31:38,850 --> 00:31:43,910
<i> With this hot heart and cold head</i>
312
00:31:46,950 --> 00:31:49,970
<i> and restless feet.</i>
<i> -What did you come to find?</i>
313
00:31:49,970 --> 00:31:52,970
<i> You</i>
<i>-With you all!</i>
314
00:31:52,970 --> 00:31:56,060
I'll be with you all.
315
00:32:01,040 --> 00:32:04,890
Now, shall we start the discussion about the case?
316
00:32:04,890 --> 00:32:09,190
Oh, yes. About the person who was at the crime scene.
317

00:32:09,840 --> 00:32:13,040


Is he..
318
00:32:16,170 --> 00:32:18,850
Who was he?
319
00:32:23,060 --> 00:32:26,410
I'll take your reports.
320
00:33:03,970 --> 00:33:06,230
Found it.
321
00:33:40,670 --> 00:33:42,500
So...
322
00:33:42,500 --> 00:33:46,630
According to him, the perpetrator in Bangbaedong's case and Dowhadong's case are
the same.
323
00:33:46,630 --> 00:33:48,680
There is a good possibility that the perpetrator used a yacht.
324
00:33:48,680 --> 00:33:50,990
It's all bullshit.
325
00:33:50,990 --> 00:33:53,500
He's not a fortune teller or anything.
326
00:33:53,500 --> 00:33:56,680
He sneaked in the crime scene and left quietly like a mouse.
327
00:33:56,680 --> 00:33:59,260
I heard he is a professor teaching criminology in America.
328
00:33:59,260 --> 00:34:02,190
Also he gives advise to police in America.
-Do you believe that?
329
00:34:02,190 --> 00:34:05,240
I confirmed it and the information is correct.
330
00:34:05,240 --> 00:34:07,830
It is like basing his credentials on his education and experience.
331
00:34:07,830 --> 00:34:11,530
Then, why did he release that fraudulent person?

332
00:34:11,530 --> 00:34:13,580
He should have turned him over to intellectual crime investigation team.
333
00:34:13,580 --> 00:34:17,410
You just dissed me, didn't you? Who's side are you on?
334
00:34:17,410 --> 00:34:19,960
Are you jealous?
-No, you rascal.
335
00:34:19,960 --> 00:34:22,480
You all must not read much.
336
00:34:22,480 --> 00:34:24,050
I...
337
00:34:24,720 --> 00:34:27,400
I am crazy for reading.
338
00:34:27,400 --> 00:34:30,480
Ah, then you would know.
339
00:34:30,480 --> 00:34:34,210
I remembered later on but that guy earlier wrote a book too.
340
00:34:34,210 --> 00:34:35,860
A criminology book.
341
00:34:35,860 --> 00:34:39,980
Uh, must have sold a lot if it is in that field.
342
00:34:39,980 --> 00:34:42,750
You don't know, Team Leader?
343
00:34:43,710 --> 00:34:45,670
Should we do it like this?
344
00:34:45,670 --> 00:34:50,080
He seems to have some information or theory on the case.
345
00:34:50,080 --> 00:34:52,500
Let's listen to his opinion
346
00:34:52,500 --> 00:34:55,220

Put our pride aside and make a request for his cooperation.
347
00:34:55,220 --> 00:34:59,760
I agree!
-How can we let that suspicious rat in the team?
348
00:34:59,760 --> 00:35:04,040
Besides, he is not the type to cooperate.
349
00:35:04,040 --> 00:35:06,560
I'll get his cooperation.
350
00:35:06,560 --> 00:35:10,910
If you request it, he'll definitely refuse. You even cuffed him!
351
00:35:10,910 --> 00:35:14,570
He said he may sue you for the scratches on his wrists, too.
352
00:35:14,570 --> 00:35:17,650
Don't worry. I'll do it.
353
00:35:17,650 --> 00:35:22,000
He may be waiting for us to make an official request.
354
00:35:22,000 --> 00:35:24,820
He did voluntarily come to the crime scene from America.
355
00:35:24,820 --> 00:35:26,620
What if he still says no?
356
00:35:26,620 --> 00:35:28,290
Well, then...
357
00:35:28,290 --> 00:35:32,290
I'll just use my looks then.
358
00:35:40,710 --> 00:35:43,650
They have a rotten eye for looks.
359
00:35:51,440 --> 00:35:53,940
Let's see.
360
00:36:39,190 --> 00:36:40,320
Yes?
361

00:36:40,320 --> 00:36:43,130


So it wasn't a fake phone number
-<i>It was faster than I expected</i>
362
00:36:43,130 --> 00:36:46,230
What is?
-Is this for a cooperation request?
363
00:36:46,230 --> 00:36:48,860
Well.. More then a cooperation, it's..
364
00:36:48,860 --> 00:36:51,300
<i>Let's hang up. I am busy.</i>
365
00:36:51,300 --> 00:36:54,910
I didn't exactly say it is NOT a request.
366
00:36:54,910 --> 00:36:57,260
Have you found any special specifics?
367
00:36:57,260 --> 00:36:59,200
<i> -At this time..</i>
-None
368
00:36:59,200 --> 00:37:01,510
If you did, you would not be asking for my cooperation on the investigation.
369
00:37:01,510 --> 00:37:03,970
Don't overthink this and let's meet up.
370
00:37:03,970 --> 00:37:07,040
And we can talk about the details..
<i> -I am not interested </i>
371
00:37:07,040 --> 00:37:08,590
Why?
372
00:37:08,590 --> 00:37:10,460
Just because.
373
00:37:10,460 --> 00:37:14,220
- Don't be like that
<i>- Don't be like that. Let's do it like this.</i>
374
00:37:14,220 --> 00:37:18,030
Then ask me earnestly. I might change my mind then.

375
00:37:19,300 --> 00:37:23,880
I am asking for your cooperation, professor! Happy?
376
00:37:24,880 --> 00:37:26,790
No, I still won't.
377
00:37:26,790 --> 00:37:28,970
Huh, this...
378
00:37:28,970 --> 00:37:30,210
Professor Lee?
379
00:37:30,210 --> 00:37:32,970
The amount of dust is very different.
380
00:37:32,970 --> 00:37:34,870
<i>What? </i>
381
00:37:34,870 --> 00:37:37,070
<i>Dust is what?</i>
382
00:37:37,910 --> 00:37:41,710
Did you invade into another crime scene?
383
00:37:41,710 --> 00:37:46,060
I think it is the opposite. <i> I think someone invaded my house</i>
384
00:37:46,060 --> 00:37:48,520
Anyway, please think it over.
385
00:37:48,520 --> 00:37:51,420
I'm busy.
386
00:37:53,070 --> 00:37:55,250
Oh, look at this...
387
00:37:55,250 --> 00:37:57,970
He is a big jerk!
388
00:38:00,010 --> 00:38:01,470
No...
389
00:38:01,470 --> 00:38:04,360
This guy... Yes.

390
00:38:08,610 --> 00:38:14,170
You jerk just invade once, I'll get you...
391
00:38:18,950 --> 00:38:21,730
A visitor.
392
00:38:39,610 --> 00:38:43,970
<i>My father's memorandum was always here.</i>
393
00:39:09,360 --> 00:39:11,760
<i>Lee Joon Yeong Interview</i>
394
00:39:12,480 --> 00:39:15,800
Memorandum is gone but
395
00:39:15,800 --> 00:39:18,720
<i>Lee Joon Yeong has appeared instead.</i>
396
00:39:51,960 --> 00:39:54,750
Are you feeling sick?
397
00:39:55,450 --> 00:39:57,710
It's not that.
398
00:39:58,270 --> 00:40:00,170
If it's not that, then...
399
00:40:00,170 --> 00:40:03,560
Something to cause you a headache? Like me?
400
00:40:05,190 --> 00:40:09,330
It's not exactly a problem..
401
00:40:10,170 --> 00:40:13,980
Why? Is there something going on?
402
00:40:15,120 --> 00:40:18,590
Uh... I'm getting a divorce.
403
00:40:19,560 --> 00:40:23,260
There's no way to be a good wife while working.
404
00:40:26,480 --> 00:40:31,880
At this rate, you might become the first woman Minister.

405
00:40:33,350 --> 00:40:38,530
Let's talk about that later. Now it's your turn. You had something to say
406
00:40:39,710 --> 00:40:41,160
It's nothing much.
407
00:40:41,160 --> 00:40:44,990
Today is Lee Joon Yeong's trial.
408
00:40:44,990 --> 00:40:50,290
I want to do the interview at the Central Office. Would you prepare the site for
me?
409
00:41:08,630 --> 00:41:10,670
4,758 plus
410
00:41:10,670 --> 00:41:15,220
472,908 is?
411
00:41:15,220 --> 00:41:18,440
18,824,514
412
00:41:18,440 --> 00:41:21,220
My dad can do that by himself.
413
00:41:22,240 --> 00:41:25,170
Correct!
414
00:41:25,170 --> 00:41:27,660
If someone is good with an abacus, they can get the numbers right.
415
00:41:27,660 --> 00:41:30,340
Stop overreacting.
416
00:41:30,340 --> 00:41:35,770
In movies, they count things like this. Then you're a real genius.
417
00:41:40,860 --> 00:41:41,810
<i>How many?</i>
418
00:41:41,810 --> 00:41:44,310
571.
419
00:41:45,410 --> 00:41:50,520
Hey... prove that this.. 571.

420
00:41:50,520 --> 00:41:53,470
Count them. <i> How do I count- </i>
421
00:41:53,470 --> 00:41:56,470
You can't lie, this is the police station.
422
00:41:56,470 --> 00:41:58,390
You'll know if you count them.
423
00:41:58,390 --> 00:42:00,400
Come on..
424
00:42:00,400 --> 00:42:03,810
Yeah, count them. You scattered them so you have to count.
425
00:42:03,810 --> 00:42:06,410
Where are you going? Sit down.
426
00:42:06,410 --> 00:42:08,550
Count with me.
427
00:42:08,550 --> 00:42:11,020
It's 571.
428
00:42:11,020 --> 00:42:15,160
10 at a time.
429
00:42:15,160 --> 00:42:18,720
<i>10. 2.</i>
430
00:42:34,700 --> 00:42:37,890
Let's take a break first.
431
00:43:11,920 --> 00:43:16,570
Is Professor Lee Joong Min not here?
432
00:43:19,510 --> 00:43:23,420
By chance, are you Professor Lee's son?
433
00:43:25,160 --> 00:43:27,140
So you are.
434
00:43:27,140 --> 00:43:30,460
Your dad will be right back, so would you like to wait inside?

435
00:43:48,120 --> 00:43:50,770
I know who you are, ahjusshi.
436
00:43:50,770 --> 00:43:54,710
I saw the photo that my dad has of you.
437
00:43:54,710 --> 00:43:56,760
Am I scary?
438
00:43:56,760 --> 00:44:00,170
You're not scary, but I'm curious.
439
00:44:00,170 --> 00:44:02,260
What are you curious about?
440
00:44:02,260 --> 00:44:06,190
How did you become this kind of person?
441
00:44:06,190 --> 00:44:10,340
Me? What kind of a person am I?
442
00:44:12,080 --> 00:44:15,810
Someone different from others?
443
00:44:15,810 --> 00:44:20,990
Ducklings think that their mom is the first person they see.
444
00:44:20,990 --> 00:44:25,440
You think that until you die. Do you know why?
445
00:44:25,440 --> 00:44:28,560
Your head, so your brain
446
00:44:28,560 --> 00:44:31,760
already set it like that.
447
00:44:31,760 --> 00:44:35,850
You're smart. That's right.
448
00:44:35,850 --> 00:44:39,610
All animals have what's referred to as a critical time period,
449
00:44:39,610 --> 00:44:42,560
the time when their brains develop and are becoming fully developed.

450
00:44:42,560 --> 00:44:48,550
The things they see, hear, know, and feel during that time frame don't change ea
sily.
451
00:44:48,550 --> 00:44:50,770
For ducks, that time period is a few hours.
452
00:44:50,770 --> 00:44:54,630
Within a few hours, their entire brain is developed fully.
453
00:44:54,630 --> 00:44:56,850
For a monkey, it's about 1-2 years.
454
00:44:56,850 --> 00:45:00,260
How about a human? How many years is it for a human?
455
00:45:00,260 --> 00:45:04,590
10-12 years. Just around your age.
456
00:45:05,410 --> 00:45:08,370
That's the deciding the time frame for humans.
457
00:45:08,370 --> 00:45:13,710
And I call that the fate-deciding time.
458
00:45:13,710 --> 00:45:18,280
How was your deciding time period, ahjusshi?
459
00:45:20,920 --> 00:45:25,600
More than me, how is your deciding time period?
460
00:45:28,470 --> 00:45:32,310
From what I think, you're someone different from others too.
461
00:45:32,310 --> 00:45:37,580
Isn't it hard? Do people understand you?
462
00:45:38,780 --> 00:45:42,880
Does your father trust you?
463
00:45:47,480 --> 00:45:49,470
I'm curious..
464
00:45:49,470 --> 00:45:54,640

as to what kind of adult you'll become. I want to see.


465
00:45:57,440 --> 00:45:59,740
Where is Hyeon?
466
00:45:59,740 --> 00:46:01,110
Hyeon?
467
00:46:01,110 --> 00:46:03,200
He seems to be really something, Sunbae.
468
00:46:03,200 --> 00:46:06,400
A couple of adults tried to tease one boy, but it got backfired.
469
00:46:06,400 --> 00:46:11,560
They were putting on a show trying to count the match sticks and then forgetting
what the count was.
470
00:46:11,560 --> 00:46:12,930
<i>They're probably still counting them.</i>
471
00:46:12,930 --> 00:46:14,630
What are you talking about?
472
00:46:14,630 --> 00:46:16,590
Is Hyeon here?
473
00:46:16,590 --> 00:46:18,340
Didn't you see him?
474
00:46:18,340 --> 00:46:21,500
Earlier, he said he had something to give you.
475
00:46:40,130 --> 00:46:44,260
Hyeon, should I tell you a secret between the two of us?
476
00:47:36,720 --> 00:47:38,360
Dad.
477
00:47:38,360 --> 00:47:40,420
Let's go.
478
00:47:40,420 --> 00:47:44,630
Bye. Let's meet again, as promised.
479

00:48:11,600 --> 00:48:13,600


What's going on?
480
00:48:14,910 --> 00:48:19,440
By any chance, Hyeon, did you meet Lee Joon Yeong?
481
00:48:21,050 --> 00:48:22,890
Did he?
482
00:48:23,690 --> 00:48:25,810
Please take care of him.
483
00:48:33,680 --> 00:48:35,810
Want to go out with me?
484
00:48:35,810 --> 00:48:38,680
Are you not hungry? Isn't there anything you want to eat?
485
00:48:38,730 --> 00:48:41,030
No.
486
00:48:41,030 --> 00:48:45,150
Alright. Then let's go outside.
487
00:48:45,150 --> 00:48:47,090
Let's go.
488
00:48:54,190 --> 00:48:57,010
Hey, hey! You were right!
489
00:48:57,010 --> 00:49:00,300
You were right about the 571!
490
00:49:00,300 --> 00:49:03,070
Hey, are you really a genius?
491
00:49:03,070 --> 00:49:07,560
I told you he was a genius!
-<i>Wow. How did he get that right?</i>
492
00:49:07,560 --> 00:49:11,470
From now on, there's no more reason for us to see each other.
493
00:49:11,470 --> 00:49:16,430
Today was the last session.

494
00:49:18,360 --> 00:49:21,600
Are you really that worried about Hyeon?
495
00:49:25,610 --> 00:49:30,530
Always worrying about something, getting scared..
496
00:49:30,530 --> 00:49:35,160
You were curious about the changing factor in my childhood.
497
00:49:35,160 --> 00:49:37,950
It was because Hyeon was worried.
498
00:49:37,950 --> 00:49:41,800
Don't assume things recklessly.
499
00:49:42,660 --> 00:49:45,570
You're right, Professor.
500
00:49:45,570 --> 00:49:48,570
I knew when I saw.
501
00:49:48,570 --> 00:49:52,110
Hyeon is very similar to me when I was young.
502
00:49:52,110 --> 00:49:56,930
Don't let my son's name come out of your lips.
503
00:49:56,930 --> 00:49:59,750
He's a smart child.
504
00:49:59,750 --> 00:50:02,560
So?
505
00:50:02,560 --> 00:50:03,910
So what?
506
00:50:03,910 --> 00:50:05,290
So?
507
00:50:06,140 --> 00:50:08,460
I told him what I know.
508
00:50:09,170 --> 00:50:11,350
He's smart and different

509
00:50:11,960 --> 00:50:14,070
We were able to have a very good conversation.
510
00:50:14,070 --> 00:50:15,630
So?
511
00:50:15,630 --> 00:50:18,090
You made a promise of some sort?
512
00:50:18,580 --> 00:50:21,340
How dare you, with my son..
513
00:50:21,340 --> 00:50:23,870
What promise did you make?
514
00:50:23,870 --> 00:50:25,720
It's <i>our</i> promise.
515
00:50:26,230 --> 00:50:29,100
So it's none of your business, Professor.
516
00:50:31,300 --> 00:50:34,380
I know what you're thinking, Professor.
517
00:50:34,380 --> 00:50:36,900
And those thoughts are correct.
518
00:50:36,900 --> 00:50:39,960
Your thoughts on your son
519
00:50:40,710 --> 00:50:42,840
Your doubts.
520
00:50:42,840 --> 00:50:44,970
I don't have
521
00:50:44,970 --> 00:50:46,280
those thoughts.
522
00:50:46,280 --> 00:50:49,200
I didn't say what thoughts those were, though.
523
00:50:50,650 --> 00:50:52,610
"Won't he become

524
00:50:52,610 --> 00:50:54,850
a monster like me?"
525
00:50:56,210 --> 00:50:59,650
I didn't mention that those were your thoughts.
526
00:51:01,090 --> 00:51:03,180
You bastard!
527
00:51:13,850 --> 00:51:16,740
<i>During the interview with Lee Joon Yeong,</i>
528
00:51:16,740 --> 00:51:19,640
<i>there was one thing that I learned.</i>
529
00:51:21,260 --> 00:51:24,080
<i>As I was observing him...</i>
530
00:51:24,080 --> 00:51:27,160
<i>He too was observing me.</i>
531
00:51:29,870 --> 00:51:32,980
<i>He learned of my fear</i>
532
00:51:32,980 --> 00:51:35,630
<i>and planted doubts in it.</i>
533
00:52:14,740 --> 00:52:18,210
This is yours, right?
534
00:52:19,490 --> 00:52:21,670
Did you draw these, or
535
00:52:21,670 --> 00:52:24,050
did Hyung draw these?
536
00:52:24,050 --> 00:52:26,240
Did your older brother drew these?
537
00:52:26,240 --> 00:52:29,400
Hyung drew them.
538
00:52:31,090 --> 00:52:35,220
Don't tell Hyung that I told you.

539
00:52:39,170 --> 00:52:42,670
Is Hyung scary?
540
00:52:44,700 --> 00:52:48,950
But, don't trust Hyung, Dad.
541
00:53:17,690 --> 00:53:22,770
Bedwetting, arson and cruelty to animals.
542
00:53:24,400 --> 00:53:27,800
A psychopath always
543
00:53:27,800 --> 00:53:30,630
has these symptoms as a child.
544
00:53:30,630 --> 00:53:33,340
Bedwetting is common to kids.
545
00:53:33,340 --> 00:53:35,480
And losing the mother like that,
546
00:53:35,480 --> 00:53:38,180
could bring memory loss and separation anxiety.
547
00:53:38,180 --> 00:53:40,900
Was a temporary symptom.
548
00:53:42,430 --> 00:53:43,990
You...
549
00:53:46,200 --> 00:53:48,350
There are things you don't know.
550
00:53:48,350 --> 00:53:53,020
Did you find any unusual symptom?
551
00:53:53,020 --> 00:53:54,470
What is it?
552
00:53:56,980 --> 00:53:59,170
<i> As a result, I </i>
553
00:53:59,170 --> 00:54:02,670
<i>in the end, did I lose to the doubt Lee Joon Yeong implanted in me?</i>

554
00:54:05,540 --> 00:54:08,800
<i>I think my son</i>
555
00:54:10,680 --> 00:54:12,940
<i>is like a monster.</i>
556
00:54:19,030 --> 00:54:26,530
<i>However, my son is like a monster.</i>
557
00:55:24,970 --> 00:55:27,920
<i>I know what you're thinking, Professor.</i>
558
00:55:27,920 --> 00:55:30,540
<i>And those thoughts are correct.</i>
559
00:55:30,540 --> 00:55:33,640
<i>Your thoughts about your son.</i>
560
00:55:33,640 --> 00:55:35,620
<i> Your suspicion.</i>
561
00:55:37,400 --> 00:55:39,330
<i>"Will he become</i>
562
00:55:39,330 --> 00:55:41,650
<i>a monster like him?"</i>
563
00:55:48,400 --> 00:55:51,200
<i>I will get out of here.</i>
564
00:55:51,200 --> 00:55:55,510
<i>And meet your son, see you soon.</i>
565
00:56:01,150 --> 00:56:02,990
Dad...
566
00:56:05,080 --> 00:56:06,630
Dad will...
567
00:56:07,660 --> 00:56:10,060
protect you completely.
568
00:56:24,530 --> 00:56:27,380
Dad, did you called?

569
00:56:28,010 --> 00:56:31,600
Hyeon, sit here.
570
00:56:39,950 --> 00:56:41,880
From now on,
571
00:56:43,430 --> 00:56:46,020
we'll be staying here.
572
00:56:46,020 --> 00:56:49,170
To other people, you went to study abroad.
573
00:56:49,170 --> 00:56:52,320
Now people think that
574
00:56:52,320 --> 00:56:54,790
you're not in Korea.
575
00:56:54,790 --> 00:56:57,450
This was the only method I could think of
576
00:56:57,450 --> 00:56:59,340
at the moment.
577
00:56:59,870 --> 00:57:02,090
To protect you from the world,
578
00:57:02,090 --> 00:57:05,210
and to protect the world from yo
579
00:57:09,730 --> 00:57:11,100
Um.
580
00:57:12,310 --> 00:57:15,610
Alright. Regarding your studies, do them with me.
581
00:57:15,610 --> 00:57:19,340
You're starting all over with me.
582
00:57:19,340 --> 00:57:22,290
How is this world, how normal people
583
00:57:22,290 --> 00:57:24,170
live.

584
00:57:24,170 --> 00:57:28,620
We'll start from that point.
585
00:57:32,190 --> 00:57:33,890
<i> Does your Dad </i>
586
00:57:34,880 --> 00:57:36,570
<i> believe in you?</i>
587
00:57:38,840 --> 00:57:42,060
There is a child who was pretty since birth.
588
00:57:42,060 --> 00:57:44,920
Others said "how pretty," "so pretty,"
589
00:57:44,920 --> 00:57:47,120
thinking that the child is pretty.
590
00:57:47,590 --> 00:57:50,710
There are those who were stupid since birth.
591
00:57:50,710 --> 00:57:52,450
Because others called them stupid,
592
00:57:52,450 --> 00:57:54,860
there are people who became stupid.
593
00:57:54,860 --> 00:57:56,680
Also,
594
00:57:56,680 --> 00:57:59,780
there are those who are monsters since birth.
595
00:58:00,280 --> 00:58:02,770
People see them as monsters,
596
00:58:02,770 --> 00:58:04,530
call them monsters,
597
00:58:04,530 --> 00:58:07,050
so they become monsters.
598
00:58:07,930 --> 00:58:10,290
What does your father call you?

599
00:58:11,390 --> 00:58:13,260
How does he perceive you?
600
00:58:20,170 --> 00:58:26,750
<i> Protecting the disappearing you </i>
601
00:58:26,750 --> 00:58:33,770
<i> Remember me if it gets tough </i>
602
00:58:33,770 --> 00:58:35,680
<i>I Remember You
~Preview~</i>
603
00:58:35,680 --> 00:58:38,510
That fellow appeared.
604
00:58:38,510 --> 00:58:41,230
<i>I can't describe his imprudence with my vocability level.</i>
605
00:58:41,230 --> 00:58:43,880
<i>So this is when you use the saying that your head is just a decoration.</i>
606
00:58:43,880 --> 00:58:45,700
<i>Tell me more about that arrogant jerk next time.</i>
607
00:58:45,700 --> 00:58:48,700
<i>Contact me when you're blood pressure gets lower.</i>
608
00:58:48,700 --> 00:58:51,540
<i>I don't know if he's a friend or an enemy, so what can I do?</i>
609
00:58:51,540 --> 00:58:54,350
<i>The only thing I know for sure is,</i>
610
00:58:54,350 --> 00:58:56,630
<i>That he is one of the link.</i>
611
00:58:56,630 --> 00:59:00,720
<i>By the time you hear this, I'll be there to keep my promise to you.</i>
612
00:59:02,450 --> 00:59:05,930
<i>I'm probably by your side already.</i>