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Two Weeks Episode 5

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Ratings: 8.9/10 from 29 users
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Season: 1

  • Aired: August 21, 2013

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2 people found this review helpful
Oct 2, 2013


I love Ryu Soo Young, but his character is making me want to slap him...lol He's letting jealousy cloud his judgement.
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2 people found this review helpful
Sep 2, 2013

Will it go like this?

Each episode Tae San will be hiding at someone house and then the police will find him, he will run and they won’t be able to catch him. If that’s the case then this will be really repetitive. That’s why I think Tae San should come up with a plan to clear his name and put Il Seok and Senator Jo under the spotlight. Running around without a clear plan in mind will become annoying at some point.
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3 people found this review helpful
Aug 23, 2013


If Prosecutor Park Jae Kyung knows that he took the blame for one murder that he didn't do, then why is she so positive that he did these murders? Babo

If Detective Im Sang Goo even has a little suspicion that Jang Tae San could be Soo Jin's father and donor, then why is he so fired up for him to be the bad guy? Babo

Why is the only smart character Teacher Kim (or whatever his name is) and he is the "bad guy"?

At first I was frustrated with Tae San for not just telling the authorities everything, but since they won't even come close to listening or trying to believe him, then what is the point of him trying.

The acting is good. The story is contrived. I like it, but if the "good guys" don't get smarter, then I have a feeling this drama is going to drag and get on my last nerve.

All this being written it still has some of my favorite actors in it.

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5 people found this review helpful
Aug 22, 2013

Flashbacks, more chasing, helping giving birth...what else?

That guy who is called the teacher is pretty badass. At least he's smart enough to know where he is hiding...the police is just looking stupid compared to him. He's always a step ahead of the police it seems. I like his acting as cold-blooded killer so far too.

I hate how the police is being so judgmental of Jang Tae San...they are too carried away by their own emotions and thoughts to even think of this situation in a logical way. I mean why are they jumping to conclusion.
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