I'm not sure what was more shocking this week and I'm almost positive I'll never figure it out. shark 11-3 Was it the fact that Hae Woo now KNOWS? She knows Kim Jun is Han Yi Soo. Not that she didn't already have her suspicions, but the fact that she confronted him about it and was steadfast in her conclusion was a first . Unfortunately she'll now become so obsessed with "bringing Han Yi Soo back" that she doesn't realize that she's the only one that wants Yi Soo back. I have to agree with Unnichan in that Hae Woo is going about this in an ignorant and naive way. She wants things to be the same as they were 12 years ago, but they can't. Not only because time has passed, but also because lies had been told, people had been hurt. What we see now are the repercussions from those actions. She can blame Kim Jun all she wants for what's happening now, but there would have been someone else that would have come with the same purpose. It only hurts because that person just happens to be him. shark 12-6 Maybe it was the realization that Joon Young can't trust anyone around him, not even his wife. We already knew that but that's got to sting after he's tried so hard to be the model son/husband/son-in-law. To finally understand that your family has been protecting someone who caused a hit-and-run that killed an innocent person is bad, but when we remember that Joon Young lost his brother in another hit-and-run accident, your heart breaks for him. It's almost as if he's about to go down the same rabbit hole Yi Soo did and I wouldn't blame him. shark 12-5 You know what? Maybe what was most shocking about this week's episodes was seeing how good an actor Grandpa Jo is . Forget the financial and political power he has. While impressive, it isn't as devious as his ability to continue playing the benevolent grandfather while continuing to pull strings behind the scenes, playing with people's lives. shark 11-1 He doesn't flinch when it's necessary for him to lie to anyone about anything, this includes his trusting and admiring granddaughter. It makes you think that he has no remorse for what he's done because he's convinced that he did what he had to do, no matter who may have gotten hurt. Of course any human can justify their actions to the point they forgive themselves for their sins. No bad guy thinks they're the bad guy, right? shark 11-2 While I think that Daddy Jo is a despicable human being, I'm also starting to think that he is the embodiment of who Grandpa Jo truly is. Despite Grandpa Jo's penchant for disciplining Daddy Jo, he still protects him no matter what. Sure, it could be a father protecting his son or a businessman protecting his image, but could it also be Grandpa Jo's guilt in knowing that Hae Woo's father is a product of his sins? More Shark Drama Club Episodes 11-12  [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episodes 9-10   [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episodes 7-8    [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episodes 1-6    [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ]