Ok I decided to stop procrastinating and finished it, not without difficulty though. Even with subtitles, I hated the execution of this episode. The more I think about it the more angry I get because it could have and should have been better. The show wasted too much time in the beginning on Ga On with the police and Chief Justice Min. This time could have been used on other more important scenes or tell a better ending story. The writing/editing is so choppy and felt like not everything was tied up properly.
As pointed out by ktcjdrama, the security at the mansion is a joke. With the SRF looking for all of Yo Han's accomplices, how is it that the lawyer is still going out & about in broad daylight and was even able to meet with Ga On at the mansion?
It's disappointing that the actress who played Judge Oh didn't play a meatier part in the grand scheme of things up to the end. It felt like her role need not necessary be played by Kim Jae Kyung, who was so awesome as Veronica Park before. Of course with this said, Park Gyu Young probably got the worse end of the stick with her role as Soo Hyun.
And of course, Ga On. Good god. What the hell happened to his character? When he told the lawyer he has a plan that he could expose the SRF with everything blocked, and that great plan of ensuring the whole world knows of the Dream House project is to die with Chief Justice Min? *Shake-my-head* Are you serious, writer-nim? How stupid must Ga On be under your pen? Did the writer really write the finale episode because with the Ga On he now showed me, I agree with you guys that he's unfit to carry on Yo Han's legacy or has enough brains as Yo Han to fight the corrupted politicians & rich businessman.
I'm still about why Sun Ah had to kill herself. I very much believe she can still get away with murder because there is no hard evidences against her. It was just Yo Han's words and two dead people's pictures. Assuming SK's law never changed, remember in BE we learnt that if there is no body, no witness and/or a confession, you cannot indict the suspect? With Soo Hyun, Chief Justice Min may be able to testify but still, she could still walk with insufficient evidence. The only thing felt satisfying was her shooting the Clown in the head to shut him up for all eternity. Where is that lonely & miserable death Yo Han promise her?
I did not like the people of South Korea played a part in bombing the building. Voting guilty to the SRF clowns is different to voting to bomb a building. I don't know guys, I'm not fond of the bombing bit at all. The clowns deserve harsh punishment and suffering, not death. Death is too easy. Unless he rather takes them to hell because they are too powerful and could easily bounce back and Yo Han has no manpower to fight? Even if we must give them death, it should be slow death. Funny how I'm OK with Vincenzo taking lives but not Yo Han. I think it's because Vincenzo's already had bloody hands and Yo Han didn't.
Lastly, a round of applause for Ji Sung and Kim Min Jung. Love their electrifying on-screen chemistry with the portrayal of their crack ship and individual performances. Another round of applause to Jin Young too, minus the last couple of episodes. I suppose I should also acknowledge the actor who played Heo Jeong Je. Ugh. No like, lol. My wish is not to see him again for the rest of the year.