Recently, “Behind Your Touch” aired its 14th episode which became its highest rated in its run. The episode’s ending left fans speechless as it marked the possible death of a beloved character.
NOTE: SPOILERS OF “Behind Your Touch” episode 14
In the 14th episode, after getting released from a holding cell, Ye Bun returns home with Ok-Hui, she gets a call from Seon-Woo and goes to see him against the advice of Jang-Yeol. Ok-Hui calls Jang-Yeol to let him know she’s gone to see him, so he rushes back to her.
In the meantime, Shaman Park who saw Ye Bun on the way escorted her to where Seon-Woo was. At his workshop, Seon-Woo was looking at the murder knife in his toolbox, when they both came, he closed it in a hurry causing suspicion.
Then, Shaman Park needed to go to the bathroom so Seon-Woo escorts him. Ye Bun gets curious so she opens the toolbox to see the murder weapon. She runs out. when he’s back to the workshop, he can see she’s not there, so he follows after her.
Then, in the street she comes face to face with the actual murderer. Seon-Woo interferes and tackles him, he yells at her to run away. After hiding and calling Jang-Yeol, she goes back with a shovel to defend him, then she sees his lifeless body on the ground. She’s stunned but starts running towards him.
In the preview of episode 15, the lifeless body of Seon-Woo can be seen with Ye Bun blaming Jang Yeol for what happened. Fans were stunned to see that Suho’s character was killed off and expressed their sadness and frustration at the development of the plot.
Were you surprised that Suho’s character Seon-Woo was killed? Who do you think is the killer in the drama?
Review of episode 14
The drama definitely faltered, a lot, along the way. There are a lot of points that just don’t make sense writing wise or are overlooked for the sake of extending the run time. This in turn makes the drama feel the way it did. It doesn’t need 16 episodes.
Aside from the frustration with Suho’s character ending, they had many moments to rectify this, including having Ye Bun touch Gwang-Sik’s butt to figure out what happened.
I think Jang-Yeol, while immensely frustrating, makes a lot of sense from a detective perspective. It makes sense he’d look at Seon Woo like that. Even until the last moment, the screenwriter tries their hardest to confuse the audience for maximum payout.
I think the Shaman is the killer, a lot of people are leaning towards that theory. I think Seon Woo wanted to show Ye Bun the weapon when he asked her to come see him but didn’t because the shaman showed up. In turn because Seon Woo feels annoyed and frustrated with Jang-Yeol, he doesn’t share information with him. it makes sense because he’d likely frame him again.
The most frustrating is definitely Ye Bun who doesn’t seem to understand basic sense when it comes to stuff like this. It annoys me when characters behave so dumb simply because the plot needs to happen.
Anyways, definitely surprised by Seon Woo’s death. Let us see what happens next week.