The writer of Pinocchio really knows how to end episodes on humdinger real tension moments. I still remember, fondly now because it’s absurd but with much aggravation when it was airing, each episode ender of Heirs was a stare down moment between the leads and later grew to include three way staring contests including the second male lead. It’s like the writer wanted to show how many ways she could end an each episode basically the same but with slight variations.
Episode 7 was the most tense one thus far and it’s because we know that Jae Myung has crossed the line and what’s coming is basically downhill from there. I didn’t think that perhaps Dal Po also had a fleeting connection that the factory team leader called Jae Myung before he disappeared and therefore something too scary to contemplate might be out there. Turns out his whip smart mind still rules the roost so now all we can hope for is Dal Po has the strength to add yet another worrying situation to his full plate.
Episode 8 preview:
Episode 8 written preview:
Dal Po goes out to find clues in the disappearance of the factory team leader who wrongly accused his father 13 years ago and encounters his hyung Jae Myung. Because of a ominous premonition, he does not reveal his true identity to Jae Myung and instead starts to observe Jae Myung’s activities. On the other side, In Ha may have contributed definitively to the gym death story, still her mom Cha Ok remains cold towards her. In Ha is very forlorn, and because In Ha and Dal Po are both burdened by their own family situation, they run into each other at a udon shop on the first snow of the year…..