Welp, ask the drama gods for more vengeance and we shall receive! I’m with KDrama Therapy when she tells you to watch Shark NOW because it’s getting good and we certainly don’t want you to miss out. We now know for sure that no one is exempt from Yi Soo’s plan to take down Grandpa Jo, not even Hae Woo. He’s revealing all the family’s secrets and in a very public way. Although he’s still finding every way possible not to reveal to Hae Woo that he is indeed Yi Soo. I mean, seriously, in his attempts to tell Hae Woo without telling Hae Woo his true identity, he begins to sound like Dr. Seuss. I don’t mind Dr. Seuss, but when a woman is coming to you multiple times basically telling you that she suspects that you’re not who you say you are, don’t you think it would be best to lay it all out on the table? While we don’t have all the answers just yet, I appreciated the moment Joon Young asked Hae Woo if she would’ve still married him if Yi Soo was still around. Her answer was that she would’ve still married him, but how many of us actually believe that? Ever since she found out Yi Soo is still alive, she’s concentrated on nothing else. Sure, she can try to say that she’s simply determined to solve the mystery of Yi Soo, but it’s obvious there’s more to her obsession with finding with the truth. I truly believe that Hae Woo’s marriage was her attempt to move on from Yi Soo and now that she knows he’s alive, the reasons for being with Joon Young will dwindle. Drama gods help us if she figures out Kim Jun’s identity. Speaking of people being held onto over the years, who knew Daddy Jo’s mistress would come back into our lives? Isn’t it interesting when men can cheat on their wives but they stay loyal to their mistresses year after year? The only other person he stays loyal to is Grandpa Jo, who may decide to kill him if he embarrasses him again, and himself. Another thing I loved about these episodes was seeing the dynamic between all the characters. Or should I say, the distrust between all the characters? Hae Woo knows Kim Joon isn't who he says he is, but she's not sure exactly who he is. Kim Jun suspects that he can't trust Secretary Jang, but since there's no proof that he can't, he wonders if he's simply paranoid. He isn't, but only Yoshimura and the audience (us) know that. The inevitable battle between Joon Young and Yi Soo has also begun, but only for business reasons for now. I expect that to change VERY soon. Finally (and I mean FINALLY), Grandpa Jo and Yi Soo have made their presence known to each other and this will prove to be the battle of all battles. I just hope everyone will survive. Actually, as long as Ballpoint Killer is around, I'm sure everyone will NOT make it to the end.   More SHARK Drama Club: 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 ] Check out the SHARK Drama Club’s individual blogs! Unnichan: withsubsplease.wordpress.com Drama Debussie: dramadebussie.com Kdrama Therapy: kdramatherapy.blogspot.com