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Link: Eat, Love, Kill Episode 3-4 Review
Our characters are increasingly involved in the lives of their neighbors this week. Our chef is dragged closer to his new neighbor’s chaotic (and dangerous) life. To add more intrigue is a new arrival to the area with links to a blackmailer from the local area who is looking to launch an attack on the person. The neighborhood is full of.
EPISODES 3-4 RECAP
In the Gye-hoon’s (empty) refrigerator Da-Hyun blurts out untruthful lies. Gye-hoon confronts her but lets her go after telling her he might be an all-weather ally. After the body is gone, Da-Hyun’s family faces an even more severe issue. Who did it? Could the stalker be alive?
The family of Da Hyun is highly nervous, fearful of opening refrigerators and scattering when police cars pass by. Naturally, the intelligent behavior makes Min-jo even more determined to discover the motives behind them. For them, she’s also been a bit interested in the case of a murder that appears to be linked with the stalker.
An older neighborhood cop believes that the main suspect in the disappearance of Gye-young is the one responsible for this latest murder. The suspect was arrested by his son, who witnessed his body covered in blood on the day Gye-young disappeared; however, they did not possess enough proof to convict the man. The suspect is homeless and is still in the same neighborhood. When he confronts Gye-hoon, he promises to murder him if he can find evidence that the man murdered Gye-young.
In the meantime, Gye-hoon’s connection with Da-Hyun is becoming more disruptive. She suffers nightly nightmares about the incident. Gye-hoon is experiencing these nightmares too. When they have a meeting on the street in a similar manner, they both drink and have a drink. It’s a nightly routine.
Gye-hoon cooks for them, and they drink and become more comfortable. She is curious about his unexpected love for her, and he reveals that he’s owed someone five meals. He may be using Da-Hyun as an alternative.
In an episode of flashbacks, we learn that Gye-hoon had sent Gye-young the letter just before she disappeared, and he didn’t get it until after she had been gone. There were a few requests for food, including five meals in exchange for Gye-hoon’s ratting her out in the typical manner of siblings.
Believing that Da-Hyun could misinterpret his actions, He promises that she will not be a fan of his, regardless of how well he treats her. Naturally, she begins to like him. Da-Hyun is a bit comfortable and demonstrates how inept she is. She confesses to Gye-hoon that she killed somebody.
Gye-hoon is astonished by her total absence of secrecy than her murder. Da-Hyun quickly realizes how bad of a concept it was to confess and decides that the best method to protect his silence is to warn him to murder him if he speaks.
Da-Hyun has been working on her civil service exam to ensure that her mom is content, but she knows she’s not cut out to be a part of it. She is in a significant dispute with her mother about wanting to lead her way, which currently means working at Gye-hoon’s Restaurant. Despite what a mess she’s been in, Gye-hoon allows her to work in his restaurant.
Da-Hyun isn’t just the latest employee at the restaurant, however. A young, shady woman arrives in town and gets hired to work as a cook. Lee Eun-Jung ( Lee Bom) is searching for her younger brother, who is the stalker. She thinks that Da-Hyun could be his girlfriend from his social media posts and snuggles with her to get information, believing that she might have something to do with her brother’s disappearance.
Eun-Jung even showed a picture of her son to Bokhee and Halmeoni, but they didn’t recognize the man. Da-Hyun’s colleague informs her that someone from the family is searching to track down the stalker. Da-Hyun does not know it’s Eun-Jung.
While Da-Hyun is wailing about the latest developments, Bok-hee and Harmony are facing a new issue they must deal with on their own. A friend observed them putting the body of the stalker into the fridge. He is threatening them to silence. The best part? In return, she would like to divorce her violent husband.
However, it’s not required. There is no way to introduce a newcomer to town who arrived the same way as Gye-hoon. JI WON-TAK ( Song Deok-ho) is a policeman assigned to Jihwa. He and Min-jo are ex-lovers and, in a strange way, co-workers.
There’s also some nefarious activity at Won-tak (who isn’t there? ). There’s a tension that is worrying. Min-jo is highly protected by him despite her frequent warnings to him not to interfere. They’ve crossed paths with the abusive person a few times, and he’s inconsiderate of Min-jo. Every time, Min-jo must prevent Won-tak from becoming physical.
One night, Won-tak is out in his universal disguise (all black, with an oversized baseball cap, of course). He can give the victim a brutal beating in an alley, making him look dead. Yeesh. Gye-hoon is passing by and greets Won-tak while he attempts to sneak away. Gye-hoon snacks in the stealth suit and blood on the hands of Won-tak.
As luck would have it, Da-Hyun and his family find the perpetrator unconscious. Thankfully, the victim confirms that the person who attacked him was a man, and the women are allowed to go home. That’s when the cops arrive. Then on to the station they go. And to make matters even more complicated, the cops are holding a knife that can be used as a weapon: an ax, a rolling pin, and the Hammer.
It’s fantastic that the entire community doesn’t know what happened to them. Da-Hyun is the worst lying liar who isn’t able to keep her straight about her story. In Gye-hoon’s place, Jin-hoo notices that one of their costly knives has gone missing (which is strangely located in the ajumma of the local ajumma’s possessions). Gye-hoon’s eyes widened to Da-Hyun. She mutters before Eun-Jung and Jin-hoo that she did not do it using the knife.
She will probably give Gye-hoon a heart attack because of the pressure of watching her stumble.
Meanwhile, Jin-hoo has concerns about Gye-hoon’s health and decides to seek answers. He gathers hair samples from Da-Hyun and Gye-hoon (by taking them off of their head) and sends them for DNA tests. The results, as expected, are not favorable.
Jin-hoo’s Gye-hoon reveals that they knew this but were telling the truth to themselves. He hoped his family would be happy and whole again, but he realized it was a fantasy.
The two, however, have a prior relationship. She was also raised in the area and had an obsession with him when she was saved from bullying, which made her think that he also liked her. She was unaware that she was helping Gye-young, sitting in front of her.
Now, Gye-hoon is convinced that it’s time to return to normal. He can feel Da-Hyun’s emotions for him via the link. He confronts her over it, telling her that the act was not to show sympathy and does not intend to get into the relationship.
But he cannot resist the urge to warn her once he realizes that he has a shocking realization. Gye-hoon saw the body wrapped in the refrigerator (not realizing it was a human body) before it vanished. Then one of his knives disappeared. He concluded that the stalker wasn’t dead. He just was able to escape.
In the voiceover, Gye-hoon explains that they later find out that the stalker was struck by a taxi while on his journey to her family’s restaurant. Da-Hyun is suspicious, pondering what he could have done to stop him from pursuing her. In the show’s final moments, as they are standing in an alleyway, the stalker appears from the shadows and grabs Da-Hyun’s neck. The throat.
I’m mulling over whether Da-Hyun imagines this. It’s true… It was very jarring. The camera angles in the show did hint at someone monitoring Da-Hyun and Gyehoon; however, it’s not clear. Given this area’s danger, it could have been any of them.
Won-tak could be as dangerous as the stalker and could himself be a stalker. Did he visit the town to see Min-jo? Is he also connected with the past? I wouldn’t be shocked to learn that he was the one who pleaded with his father to be arrested for the disappearance of Gye-young.
I’m sure Gye-hoon will be a busy man in this community in the wake of his sister’s disappearance and making sure that Da-Hyun isn’t tempted to give herself up. At least she’s not on the receiving end of the murder charge. The silver lining, I guess?