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Back by:  dongie  on  January 23, 2017 12:32 AM

"Solomon's Perjury" Episode 9

"Solomon's Perjury" Episode 9

Things get emotional in episode nine of"Solomon's Perjury"as we dive deeper into the relationships and pain of different characters. Woo-hyeok makes a bold decision which initiates his biggest challenge of morality yet and the truth about his own part in So-woo's death is revealed. Ji-hoon's identity is being questioned and his past with Kyeong-moon is revealed to us with unknown intent.

Woo-hyeok (Baek Cheol-min) has matured as a character and taking the stand is the culmination of this. On the practical side, this scene reveals what we have all known; Joo-ri (Sin Se-hwi) has been lying. Much more importantly, however, it forces Woo-hyeok to face his actions and holds him accountable for them. He is as much a perpetrator of abuse as he is a victim of it. He and by extension viewers get the harsh reminder that we cannot define what is and is not traumatic for other people.

"Solomon's Perjury" Episode 9"Solomon's Perjury" Episode 9

Now that Woo-hyeok has been effectively exonerated, Seo-yeon (Kim Hyeon-soo) can start asking the important questions without tilting at windmills. Ji-hoon (Jang Dong-yoon) is clearly the crying student, given his reaction upon hearing about him. His identity is already known by reporter Park (Heo Jeong-do) and detective Oh (Shim Yi-young), so it is only a matter of time before others follow. Ji-hoon will have to handle the fallout of his manipulation, but his intelligence and genuine want for the truth are things I hope Seo-yeon will still use.

Moving on to another topic and one which intrigues and puzzles me, episode nine finally delivers on Kyeong-moon (Jo Jae-hyeon) and Ji-hoon's past. These scenes paint a beautiful relationship between father and son, but I wonder what their function is and what has changed since then. Is this flashback a reassurance that Kyeong-moon is still a great person or is it showing us his potential as a role model only to tear it down for dramatic effect later? I am still fairly certain So-woo (Seo Yeong-joo-I) committed suicide, but that does not mean Kyeong-moon is not too far gone morally.

"Solomon's Perjury" Episode 9"Solomon's Perjury" Episode 9

The flashback makes me curious about Kyeong-moon's choices, the motivation behind which is a mystery. We have been shown that Kyeong-moon underestimates teenagers or at least pretends to, but why does someone now revealed as a good man who used to fight crime work for Jeong-guk Foundation? Has it given Ji-hoon privileges he normally would be denied due to adoption stigma? Are there people who would threaten his life if Kyeong-moon were to quit or is this about money?

While Kyeong-moon having done something irredeemable is still possible, it would be devastating to see after the lovely revelation of the father-son bond. The creators encourage these feelings for a reason. Dramaland could use more positive portrayals of single parents and adoption, so I pray to the Dramagods that we get a happy ending for these two.

"Solomon's Perjury"is directed byKang Il-soo, written byKim Ho-sooand featuresKim Hyeon-soo,Jang Dong-yoon,Seo Ji-hoon,Seo Yeong-joo-IandJo Jae-hyeon.

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