Because hardly much happens in each episode, The Killing Vote should broadcast two episodes at once. We adore Lim Ji Yeon and wish the makeup artist had not made her look that pale because she makes us adore her a lot. Park Hae Jin is excellent as usual, but Park Sung Woong appears to have the ability to steal the show. Our current predominating belief is that Gaetal chose poorly when he chose the dog mask. It isn’t frightening in the sense that it may become; it’s just humorous. The worst touch ever are the ears dangling off of it. Perhaps it’s a ploy to win people over and win their support.
The Killing Vote unveils new theories
When Joo Hyun and Mu Chan in the latest episode 3 of The Killing Vote run across Seok Joon, they ask him about Gaetal and inquire as to why he would be utilising his home for such purposes. Seok Joon responds by explaining the significance of the writing on his home’s wall. The murderer had stabbed his daughter 22 times, and Seok Joon had done the same to him in retaliation. The 13th stabbing, though, was caused by his hand slipping from the rain, though not in the same way as his daughter’s wound. He believes it could be implied by the writing on the wall.
Gaetal related to Kim Moo Chan?
Finally, Seok Joon advises Joo Hyun not to place too much faith in Mu Chan. Joo Hyun wonders if this has something to do with the fact that Mu Chan was the detective in the kidnapping case involving Seok Joon’s daughter even though he doesn’t offer any reason for it.
Gaetal makes his move during the climax of The Killing Vote by announcing to the world that Mu Chan was unharmed and had been saved by Joo Hyun just before the explosion. The police had played a prank on everyone, and now this footage puts them back in the wrong. Unconcerned, Mu Chan vows to find Gaetal no matter what.