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Spy: Episode 13
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EPISODE 13 RECAP
After sending Dad out to guard the door, Sun-woo keeps the gun trained on Ki-chul. His eyes follow Ki-chul’s line of sight to a van outside when he asks where Mom is, who is taken out to show him that she’s still alive. However, Ki-chul warns Sun-woo that while killing him will enable Sun-woo to procure the hard drive, it’ll also result in Mom’s death.
Sun-woo demands that Mom be let go lest Ki-chul wishes to die, but our villain is well-aware that death would only be too easy. Ki-chul is tipped off about the NIS agents’ arrival, which has him wonder if Sun-woo called for backup.
That wasn’t necessarily the smartest idea, Ki-chul notes. “Which one of us do you think those guys will apprehend? Us?” he asks, then shakes his head. “It’s you.”
Sun-woo gets visibly upset when Ki-chul orders Mom to be taken away, but quickly assesses that it’s better to hand Ki-chul and the hard drive over to the NIS, since Mom will be eventually discarded by the baddies anyway.
Although holding two North Korean spies hostage is a more favorable position for Sun-woo, Ki-chul asks him if he can abandon his mother. But now they’re out of time, so Ki-chul says he’ll return Mom in one piece when Sun-woo and his father break that code—they have one day to do it.
The office is empty by the time the NIS agents arrive, and Sun-woo assures his worried father that leaving Mom in the hands of their captors is the best choice they have right now. As the trio takes off, Dad asks, “But, why did you bring Yoon-jin along?” We’re all asking the same thing.
Once Chief Song receives word that Sun-woo and Dad got away, he orders his men to search their home. He’s still shaken by the memory of when he was interrogating the Supervisor, who didn’t know the password.
Chief Song had injected him with a syringe to presumably coerce the truth out of him, but whatever it was, it had accidentally killed him instead. Director Jung had cleaned up the mess.
Director Jung doesn’t seem all that torn up that the hard drive is in the open, since Chief Song will be the one to face the repercussions. He gives Chief Song two days to recover the drive, reminding him that Chief Song’s father-in-law needs those funds to finance his upcoming election.
And just to prove that he can drop Chief Song like a hot potato at any given moment, Director Jung tells him to take care of the Supervisor. He denies having any involvement in the matter, adding that Chief Song is walking on thin ice.
Sun-woo drops Dad off at a remote location, then speeds back towards town to pick up little sis Young-seo. He knows that Chief Song will stop at nothing if it means recovering that hard drive; he’s totally right, because next thing we know, Chief Song orders to find Young-seo.
Discovering the Supervisor’s corpse leaves Hyun-tae in a mix of shock and grief. He still remembers the day he lost his partner on that failed mission: a bomb-rigged door had blown his partner into smithereens, and Hyun-tae was barely conscious enough to see the three-fingered Supervisor step on his hand.
Chief Song had been the one to discover him back then, and it’s painful how Hyun-tae tries to find words to justify Chief Song’s decisions when Eun-ah calls in saying that they’re searching Sun-woo’s house without a warrant.
In the bathroom, Eun-ah spots the same pill Sun-woo had asked him to look into. Curious, she checks behind the cabinet, where she discovers Mom’s written confession.
There are already field agents in the surrounding area by the time Sun-woo arrives back in Seoul. He’s determined not to lose his sister, and more than willing to take the risk of capture when Yoon-jin says there are too many of them for him to take on.
He releases Yoon-jin from the handcuffs and from any further responsibility in this matter, telling her to protect her own family. But Yoon-jin insists on helping him in this task, if only to clear some of her guilty conscience.
As it turns out, Young-seo is playing hooky at a noraebang, and is told to turn off her phone until Sun-woo comes to pick her up. The NIS agents pick up on the suddenly lost signal as well and move out.
After Sun-woo heads inside, Yoon-jin picks up a call from Ki-chul, who tells her to help Sun-woo crack the code, then deliver the hard drive into his hands. She asks if this mission is state-ordered or a personal one, to which Ki-chul answers that that doesn’t matter—what Yoon-jin should concern herself with is her family’s safety.
When Yoon-jin says she can’t trust him, Ki-chul reminds her that he’s the only one who can save her family. They live in a world where money talks and loyalty can be bought, he adds. If Yoon-jin delivers that hard drive to him, he can guarantee safe travels for her family and a life where they would want for nothing.
He tells her to think it over, because choosing the wrong side could endanger her family.
Sun-woo pulls his sister out of the noraebang just as the NIS agents arrive. Pinning one agent against the wall, he instructs Young-seo to run and find Yoon-jin outside.Sun-woo on the other hand, stays behind to deal with the agent, taking him down with a flying kick and punch.
Young-seo is suspicious when an agent left behind invites her to get into the van, but that’s when Yoon-jin intervenes and punches him before leading Young-seo away. Meanwhile inside, Hyun-tae rescues Sun-woo from another agent (yay!), and quickly informs him that the Supervisor’s dead. He instructs Sun-woo not to get caught because they’ve got a lot to talk about.
Ki-chul rejoins his disgruntled team at their hideout that evening, who think they won’t get their share now that the hard drive is in Sun-woo’s hands. The female lackey thinks it’s possible Sun-woo could want the money for himself, a thought Ki-chul scoffs at. There’s no doubt in his mind that Sun-woo will follow through because they have what he most wants: Mom.
But the lackeys still question Ki-chul for having an ulterior motive (aka feelings for Mom) in making this hard drive retrieval mission so complicated. Enraged, Ki-chul pulls out his gun and shoots near Mom’s feet, arguing that this is a necessary step to access that hard drive.
Ki-chul pushes a minion against the wall when his authority gets questioned again. They’ll wait if they want their money, Ki-chul says angrily. With that, he sends them out so that he and Mom can talk.
Mom isn’t surprised that the way Ki-chul keeps his subordinates in line hasn’t changed at all. She tells him not to wait up for Sun-woo either, though he replies that it seems she’s the one waiting for her son.
Ki-chul tries covering a shivering Mom with a blanket, only to be literally shrugged off. He isn’t surprised, noting that she always hated anything that he gave her. Mom says it’s because she knew that Ki-chul obtained everything through dirty methods.
“Still, I did those awful things for your sake,” Ki-chul says. “And in those times, you regarded me no better than a bug. Like now.” Mom won’t have any of it, saying that Ki-chul was never selfless. To that, Ki-chul sighs, because they were lovers at one point in time.
“Do you… make a woman you love sleep with another man?” Mom returns. She was a mere tool then, which has Ki-chul roar that he needed to climb the ranks if he wanted to protect her. But those words are too little too late now, as Mom says that protecting your loved ones only when you’re able to doesn’t qualify as love.
Ki-chul counters that she must not love her family then, because if she wants to protect them, then she should leave. As long as Mom is around, no one in her family can ever lead normal lives again. “Sung-hye, we’re people who need to disappear from this place. It’s not a bad idea to find a new life.”
Yoon-jin extends a peace offering in the form of hot cocoa to Sun-woo, who looks like he’s practically been up all night. He declines, then asks why she’s staying by his side. Today,
Yoon-jin comes out with the truth that she’s here on Ki-chul’s orders.
He knows there’s no reason to think that she’d stay behind for him anymore, then notes that seeing her tell the truth now feels more like a lie than when she was deceiving him. A few tense moments of silence pass before Yoon-jin tells him to believe whatever he wants to believe because she’s trying to protect her family, and they have to work together whether he likes it or not.
Before getting out of the car, Yoon-jin says she sincerely hopes that neither Sun-woo or his family get hurt.
At least there’s good news: Dad was able to hack into the hard drive, revealing the secret funds mentioned earlier in Episode 9. Sun-woo says they can’t hand this hard drive over to Ki-chul just yet because the NIS are after it, too. Dad argues that they can’t give up on Mom, but that’s not what Sun-woo means—it’s imperative that they ensure their entire family’s future.
Sun-woo has a plan that involves meeting Chief Song at a safe location. When Yoon-jin asks him if he’ll be okay on his own, Sun-woo has her promise that if things go south here, she’ll take the hard drive to Ki-chul and rescue Mom.
As for Chief Song, he pulls into the office to hear that another team will be taking of the Supervisor case per Director Jung’s orders. Well, that’s not good. He then interrupts a chat between Eun-ah and Hyun-tae and sends them home, unaware that their excuse of talking about Sun-woo is only half-true, since it was more about keeping Mom being a former North Korean spy a secret from Chief Song.
The NIS has managed to capture one of Ki-chul’s minions, whose interrogation from here on out goes unrecorded. Chief Song goes straight for the truth serum injection, warning him that some people have died from the syringe in the past.
Hyun-tae happens to witness the act from the doorway, and when Chief Song instructs his men to go ahead and give him another dose, Hyun-tae closes the door and sighs that this isn’t right.
Chief Song mutters half to himself that they need to catch the other spies before they skip town. Recalling that he gifted Young-seo with one of their phones, Chief Song says that phone can be tracked even when it’s turned off.
When Ki-chul’s calls to Sun-woo go unanswered, he notes that Sun-woo must not wish to keep up his end of the bargain. He smirks when Mom asks if what he said last night was true—that if she leaves with him, he’ll take full responsibility and let her family live in peace. Oh Mom, you can’t still be that naive.
But Mom agrees, if it means ensuring her family’s safety. Ki-chul can barely contain his happiness.
Yoon-jin grows worried when her call to her mysterious contact goes unanswered. A minute later, there’s a sudden knock at the door, and Yoon-jin instructs Young-seo to stand back before someone on the other side tries to force their way in.
Chief Song drops by at home to learn that someone from work is here to see him. And what do you know—it’s Sun-woo, reading a book to his daughter.
Well, there’s no safer place to confront an enemy than in his home. Especially one like Chief Song, who is so fixated on that procuring that hard drive that he’ll search his subordinate’s house without a warrant, deploy a team of agents to kidnap family members, and inject spies with potentially lethal truth serum.
Truth be told, I wasn’t sure what Chief Song’s intentions were in acquiring the hard drive, since it seemed like Director Jung had a greater interest in by funding corrupt politicians like Chief Song’s father-in-law with the slush fund. And then we learned in this episode that it was Director Jung who covered up the Supervisor’s death for him. It certainly explains why Chief Song would continue to serve his superior despite the director’s threats that he’s easily expendable, and yet what concerns me is the dark shadow slowly consuming Chief Song.
While he may not have always been the upright NIS secret agent, we’re also seeing how far Chief Song is willing to go if it means achieving his goal. Something tells me that what we’ve seen in this episode only skims the surface of that potential, because it also troubles Hyun-tae as well. And if in these final three episodes Spy chooses to plunge deep and make Chief Song into a complicated baddie, then I’m all for it. Even if so far, none of our villains have been super threatening or evil. And the two we were supposed-to-maybe be afraid of are dead (see: Comrade Oh and the Supervisor).
Speaking of deceased villains, it was heartbreaking to watch Hyun-tae grieve because the man he’d spent years hunting down is dead. I have to say that 30-second flashback struck a deeper chord with me than than most of this show has—not only because Hyun-tae’s character arc has been one of the more interesting points in this show, but also because you could feel the shock, anger, and sadness of discovering that he’d been chasing a ghost. Not only that, I’d been waiting for Hyun-tae to doubt his friend and superior’s decisions and actions, and there’s nothing better than a corpse to prove it. It still broke me when Hyun-tae tried formulating the words in Chief Song’s defense, as if he still wanted to believe the words coming out of his mouth. It’s okay, Hyun-tae—you can form a new bromance with Sun-woo.
I’m at least glad that Sun-woo is a variable neither Ki-chul nor Chief Song can really predict when it comes to this mission. Even if he is like Mom in that he’ll keep a gun pointed at someone but doesn’t ever really shoot at them, Sun-woo has been getting smarter when it comes to what decision will protect his family. If loyalty can be bought in this world, who can I buy off to make sure that he and his family will be together again at the end of this mission?
Spy: Episode 14
SONG OF THE DAY
LED Apple – “Time Is Up” [ Download ]
EPISODE 14 RECAP
While NIS thugs take an ax to Yoon-jin’s front door, she ushers Dad and Young-seo into the bathroom so she can attempt to buy enough time for them to escape.
But she doesn’t live anywhere near the ground floor, and while Dad is concerned that she might not be able to escape from this height, what is he thinking will happen to him and his daughter?
There’s no time for second-guessing though, as Yoon-jin tries to do what she can to keep them safe. Dad makes a last minute decision and hands her the hard drive, in the hopes that she’ll be able to give it to Sun-woo. It’s his family’s only hope.
Of course, Sun-woo doesn’t know this exchange has been made when he makes an uninvited visit to Chief Song’s house to request his help in freeing Mom from Ki-chul’s clutches.
Chief Song is combative at first, at least until Sun-woo tells him that he’ll hand over the hard drive in order to sweeten the deal. Then he’s much more amicable, though Sun-woo knows he’s lying when he says he’s keeping the Supervisor in a safe place—Hyun-tae already knows he’s dead.
Sun-woo doesn’t care what Chief Song plans to do with the money the hard drive will inevitably bring him, he only cares about his family’s safety. In return for the hard drive, he wants a letter from the NIS explicitly stating that they were the ones who asked his parents to engage in spy activities so that they won’t be punished for it.
Chief Song notes that Sun-woo isn’t asking for any leniency regarding Yoon-jin, to which Sun-woo replies that he won’t have to worry about her—she’ll return to the North and be with her family. Chief Song sneers that Sun-woo’s reaction means there’s still love between them, which makes me think this man is starved for romance.
Regardless, he wants to play it so that Sun-woo hands over the drive before he meets any of his demands. I hope Sun-woo knows better than to trust that.
Ki-chul calls Sun-woo to say that his twenty-four hours are up, but Sun-woo manages to buy more time by claiming that there was another password on the hard drive that will take them more time to crack.
He manages to get Ki-chul to bite when he claims they saw a total amount of one trillion won on the drive, so he’s more willing to be lenient. Ki-chul reminds him that Mom’s life hangs in the balance if he doesn’t deliver.
Meanwhile, Chief Song checks in on his lackeys, who’ve captured both Dad and Young-seo but not the hard drive.
Sun-woo distracts the NIS lackeys surveilling Yoon-jin’s place by setting off car alarms in the adjacent parking lot, finding her door in shambles and her apartment empty…
…Save for one man, who aims his gun at the back of Sun-woo’s head. Sun-woo pretends like he’s surrendering before quickly disarming the man, taking care of him with a few good punches before pistol-whipping him into unconsciousness. I really like the action in these past few episodes.
When he sees the man is from the NIS, he calls Chief Song to get answers. Chief Song plays innocent and even admits that he let both Dad and Young-seo go home, but Sun-woo knows that things are getting more dangerous and asks him to get that pardon for his family ready.
Dad and Young-seo are home, but they’re being closely surveilled by NIS agents who claim they’re there for their protection. Sun-woo knows they’re under watch as he approaches the building, only for Yoon-jin to pop up and apologize for being unable to protect them.
She hands over the hard drive Dad entrusted to her, which confuses Sun-woo—why did she give it to him when she could’ve given it to Ki-chul? She reminds him that they’re on the same side for now… and besides, she doesn’t trust Ki-chul either.
As she turns to leave, Sun-woo calls out: “Thank you.” Yoon-jin doesn’t let him see the tiny smile that crosses her face, but allows him to follow her.
While Chief Song has a tense call with his father-in-law regarding the campaign funds he’s already promised him (which he needs the hard drive for), Sun-woo confesses to Yoon-jin that he knows Song would just take the hard drive and kill his family anyway.
Hyun-tae looks over Yoon-jin’s files now that he’s found out she’s a spy, and laments Sun-woo’s bad luck moments before he shows up for a secret meeting.
Together, they put the pieces together regarding the hard drive: The Supervisor escaped from the North with it, only to get killed by Chief Song in his effort to steal the slush funds the hard drive led to. But without the password, Chief Song had nothing.
Meanwhile, the North sent Ki-chul and his lackeys to retrieve the hard drive, and Ki-chul attempted to use Sun-woo’s mother to get him over to their side. Sun-woo wonders if maybe even that car accident he was involved in in China was a premeditated effort on Ki-chul’s part to return him to Korea.
So that means that Ki-chul’s gang killed Comrade Oh’s gang because they wanted to take the money for themselves, not necessarily for the North. Hyun-tae sighs that this means they have to fight people on both sides now, since Chief Song seems intent on blaming the Supervisor’s death on him in order to keep his record clean.
That’s put Hyun-tae firmly on Sun-woo’s side, though he wonders if the two of them can manage to bring Chief Song down. “There aren’t just two of us,” Sun-woo adds, then turns his sunbae’s attention toward Yoon-jin. Hyun-tae thinks he’s crazy, but Sun-woo reminds him that this isn’t just about North and South anymore.
With the three of them now, they plan to use Ki-chul to get Chief Song—Sun-woo will say he’s taking the hard drive to Song, which will lure Ki-chul out of hiding. Yoon-jin will act as a double agent and inform Ki-chul of the meeting time and place.
Poor Dad is so worried about his wife and son he’s practically delusional, since he imagines her voice waking him up as well as seeing Sun-woo in the living room, when in reality it’s just the NIS agents crashing in his house.
Hyun-tae wonders what Sun-woo will get out of all this, because he won’t be able to escape punishment even if he manages to help Hyun-tae catch the bad guys.
Sun-woo just wants to protect his family, and if catching the bad guys will help him do it, then that’s what needs to be done.
While Mom considers again what Ki-chul said about running away with him (because she’s taking his word that it’ll help her family?), she spots Yoon-jin on her way to meet with Ki-chul.
She tells Ki-chul what they planned—that Sun-woo made a deal to exchange the hard drive with Chief Song for his family’s pardon—though it’s dubious whether Ki-chul buys it. If it’s true, then Sun-woo’s abandoned his mother, which doesn’t seem very Sun-woo-y of him.
After Sun-woo makes the arrangements with Chief Song, Hyun-tae administers a loyalty test to Eun-ah that consists of only one question: Sun-woo or Chief Song? Of course the girl ins’t insane and picks Sun-woo, so on the team she goes.
Hyun-tae uses the listening device to overhear Chief Song’s conversations so he’s in the exact right place at the right time to be invited with him for the hard drive deal.
He employs Eun-ah to put a bug on him, and makes an awkward comment at the close contact that sure makes it seem like he’s interested in her. (Which would be adooorable.) She doesn’t yet know what role she’s to play in the upcoming events, but Hyun-tae stresses that she needs to be ready to go to Director Jung the second she’s called.
The NIS finally does some spying when one of Chief Song’s lackeys shows him video evidence proving that Hyun-tae helped Sun-woo escape when he was almost cornered at the noraebang. Now Chief Song knows Hyun-tae isn’t just loyal to him.
Yoon-jin is nervous that Ki-chul might’ve caught onto their plan, but Sun-woo guesses that even if he is, he’ll still have to show up to the meeting if he wants the hard drive.
Since this is goodbye, Yoon-jin adds that she saw Mom while meeting Ki-chul, and that she’s unharmed. She expresses her desire for Sun-woo to save his mother, but explains that now it’s time for her to see her family too.
Sun-woo is worried about her future even if she’s not, and hands her his gun, since she’ll need it more than he will before she gets out of the country. Yoon-jin worries that this puts Sun-woo at risk, but he’d rather her keep it no matter what happens to him—her job will be done regardless.
Mom knows something’s up when Ki-chul unties her to take her someplace, especially having seen Yoon-jin come to meet him earlier. But she reminds him that if he keeps his promise not to harm her family, she’ll keep hers (to run away with him).
Once in the car with Ki-chul and his lackeys, Mom seems to size up her opponents. Please tell me she’s thinking of a daring escape. She’s gotta do something, right?
Chief Song arrives at the meeting site with a letter of pardon for Sun-woo’s family and a bunch of agents he claims will help Sun-woo find his mom. Hyun-tae is among Song’s group, and after Song has confirmed the hard drive’s authenticity, he hands over the envelope…
…Which has a whole lot of nothing inside. He didn’t even bother to write a fake pardon? Chief Song has officially not kept his side of the bargain, and orders his men to arrest Sun-woo.
That’s Yoon-jin’s cue to call Eun-ah, who springs into action at NIS headquarters, determined to get Director Jung’s attention about an issue related to Chief Song.
Meanwhile, Chief Song orders Hyun-tae to do the arresting, only for Hyun-tae to ask what the exact charges are. Song knows that it’s just Hyun-tae stalling because he’s on Sun-woo’s side, and has his men expose the bug he’s wearing.
Chief Song tsks at him, disappointed. Hyun-tae defends his actions as being righteous because Song killed the Supervisor, but Song could care less as he orders his men to arrest both him and Sun-woo now.
Eun-ah gives Director Jung the means to listen in on Hyun-tae’s bug, even though Chief Song knows he’s being recorded (and doesn’t care) when he answers Sun-woo’s question that it was Director Jung who ordered the Supervisor’s death.
Sun-woo asks if even this meeting was ordered by the director, to which Chief Song answers that it was ordered by someone in a much higher position of power—someone who could make it so that Sun-woo and Hyun-tae never existed, if he chooses to kill them.
Suddenly, a shot rings out, and one of Chief Song’s lackeys falls in a spray of blood. It’s Ki-chul and his lackeys, which is exactly what Sun-woo was counting on.
I’d be so happy if Hyun-tae and Sun-woo could get their own spinoff drama where they just went on bromantic adventures together. Along with Eun-ah, too. It hurts that there’s such a cute team of characters within this show that doesn’t get used nearly enough—instead we have to sit through Chief Song’s self-created problems all revolving around this hard drive, which are about as interesting as you’d expect.
It’s been fun to see Sun-woo stepping up to the plate in a very real way since last week, even though this whole hard drive treasure hunt has been a flimsy plot device indeed. Even forgetting the fact that its worth has gone up from one billion to one trillion won/dollars (Director Jung didn’t specify the currency type), its relation to Sun-woo has been predicated only upon which family member of his Ki-chul is currently threatening. And while at first we thought Ki-chul’s motivation was to get Sun-woo to switch sides, now we’re just going… to forget that happened? It’s all about that hard drive now? Okay.
Aside from that one time Mom looked shifty while in her captors’ van, I’m really beginning to lose all faith in her. If she’s tricking Ki-chul by luring him into thinking that she’s really going to run away with him after all this, then she’s doing such a good job even I can’t tell if she’s faking. The problem with Mom is that she hasn’t established herself as that good of a spy or liar, so when we see her possibly believing Ki-chul for the third time after he’s proven he is not ever to be trusted, there’s no way of knowing whether she’s pulling one on him or just being her usual slightly derpy self.
I’m a little disappointed in Sun-woo for giving Yoon-jin his gun right before he really could’ve used it (and he had to know that), but if Spy has taught us anything, it’s that this goodbye won’t be a goodbye for them at all. Sun-woo still has lingering feelings for her as evidenced by his inability to let go, but if there’s a colder one of the two, I’d say it’s Yoon-jin. She was ready to skip town on him before—if something’s changed between now and then aside from circumstance, I’d be interested to see things from her perspective.
How they’ll manage to tie all these disparate threads together isn’t all that clear, but something tells me that Ki-chul has a higher chance of getting his hands on that hard drive with numbers on his side. That’ll leave decisions up to Mom, and unless Chief Song is dealt with, Sun-woo’s family won’t be able to escape being charged with espionage. And no, Mom, running away with Ki-chul won’t solve your problems. C’mon. You can do better than that.
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review: Spy Episode 13
Ya know, I thought Spy would be all about Mom being ultra badass and using all sorts of vintage espionage tactics to bring down the baddies. But in truth, Mom is really just Mom here, someone who is ready to sacrifice herself for her family. We can be thankful that her Sonny Boy is getting smarter though in the broad sense, I do kinda wish Spy is more intelligent and mysterious all around.
SW barges into WS’s office, with YJ in tow. He aims his gun at KC – though by now we should he doesn’t really shoot most of the time. But SW is caught yet again between a rock and hard place: killing KC wouldn’t secure Mom’s release though he will get the hard disc. KC compromises with a deal: if SW and WS can break the code within a day, he’ll set Mom free.
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review: Spy Episode 14
Wouldn’t it be awesome of the entire Kim family was a dysfunctional unit of spies? That would certainly lift tired spirits up as everyone, with the exception of the hardworking Sun Woo, won’t be just getting carted from one “safe” place to another. As much as I genuinely enjoy the action scenes in Spy, I’m annoyed that we’ve been only chasing the damnable hard disc since Day One and nothing else.
WS hands the hard disc to YJ as NIS agents threaten to break down the door – he trusts her to pass it to SW. Hopefully, this would save the entire Kim family. On the other hand, SW is brokering a deal with JS – if he gives the disc to his chief, chief would ensure his family will remain safe and free of North Korean spy suspicion. That is, he expects JS to draft an official document stating NIS asked his parents to spy for them. EH? Whatever. JS sneers that he won’t be stamping his approval on any requests until SW produces the hard disc.
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SPY Episodes 13-14
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