- Hundred Million Stars From the Sky: Episode 4 (recaps)
Our protagonist continues to play a game that only he knows the rules to. The only thing that’s clear is that the stakes are getting higher. At the same time, our main players all seem unable to shake the pull that our mysterious protagonist exerts on them. They’re on a collision course and things are sure to get interesting when they finally crash.
EPISODE 4: “You Killed Her”
Upon finding Jin-kook waiting outside his apartment, Moo-young feigns pleasant surprise. He remains unfazed as Jin-kook accuses him of murder, citing his left-handedness and uncanny ability to replace things in perfect order. After Moo-young answers Jin-kook’s snow globe question by seemingly reciting the order of the globes in Jeong Mi-yeon’s apartment, Jin-kook declares him an official suspect.
Moo-young wishes him good luck in catching the killer, but his smile vanishes as he turns to enter his apartment. Jin-kook returns to his car where Jin-kang is waiting for him to drive her to work, unaware Moo-young is nearby. Jin-kook warns her that Seung-ah should stop seeing Moo-young.
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I hope she just passed out from her drugs and didn’t overdose. Yoo-ri is a loose cannon. Her obsession with Moo-young is obvious, and she lashes out at anyone who may be romantically attached to him. It makes sense to assume as Hee-jun does that she fears rejection, because Moo-young certainly doesn’t love her back. However, her intense jealousy towards Jin-kang over her bond with Moo-young is something to watch out for. It makes you wonder whether she passed out before or after the car nearly ran over Jin-kang. If it’s the latter, she’ll have Moo-young to contend with. While he enjoys messing with Jin-kang’s mind, he seems to draw the line at anyone else causing her pain. The look on his face when Seung-ah’s mom slapped her seemed both a little surprised and very much unhappy. He was actually concerned for Jin-kang afterwards, enough so that when she screamed at him to leave her alone, he did.