Healer Episode 5 Review
Despite Jo Min Ja’s warnings, Seo Jung Hoo still changed into Healer to save Chae Young Shin.
He helped Young Shin, who was having one of her panic attacks that time, take her medicine.
As usual, Jung Hoo is all decked out in his bad-ass Healer style. I’m actually having trouble figuring out if the clothes are different pieces or the same kind of uniform attire.
Get Seo Jung Hoo’s Jacket (Ji Chang Wook Jacket):
Top Gear Leather Jacket, 799,000 Won
Seo Jung Hoo’s Bag here is the:
Defaye Black Bodybag Neo, $287.00
Get Seo Jung Hoo’s Shoes (Ji Chang Wook Shoes):
Descente High Top Sneakers, 140,140 Won
Jung Hoo and the thugs managed to slip off before the police arrived and helped Young Shin.
Meanwhile, Moon Ho threw Myung Hee a rhetorical question. What could Ji An be doing right now had she lived? The thought that Ji An might have lived without her sent Myung Hee into a fit. After treating her, Moon Ho confronted his brother about Ji An’s death.
Saving Young Shin jarred Jung Hoo out of his comfort zone. I think he’s still having a bit of trouble reconciling the idea that his life is not utterly changed by another person.
After the encounter with Healer, the thugs now know that he’s somehow connected to Young Shin.
Classic Helaer attire.
Piqued by his earlier confrontation with his brother, Moon Sik decided to have Ji An’s whereabouts investigated.
Young Shin is wondering if the person who helped her that night was the night errand boy, Healer, when Yeon Hee barged in and told her someone’s outside the house, waiting for her all night. In the cold, no less!
It’s Jung Joo, or should I say, Park Bong Soo, who pretended he got scared and run away from the scene when the thugs hit him. Young Shin was only too happy to see him alive and well.
Jung Hoo’s wearing the same sweater from the previous episode. I think it’s the first time we see Jung Hoo eating a proper meal, eh?
Get Seo Jung Hoo’s Sweater (Ji Chang Wook Sweater):
Chris Christy Ribbed Sweater, 49,000 Won
Moon Ho’s conscience couldn’t be silenced any longer. So when Min Jae tried to get him to follow company protocols once again, he tendered his resignation.
As for Young Shin’s career, she’s still sucking up to the boss to get her to run the story about Yeon Hee. The boss looked like he’s not caving in when unexpectedly, he told Young Shin to run the story but she should cover it with all her might.
Young Shin’s bundled up in a striking red plaid coat. I love it when there’s a pop of color to be seen in the scene.
Chae Young Shin’s Coat (Park Min Young Coat) is from:
System Check Coat (not available online)
Someone else is also in trouble – Jung Hoo – for not listening to the ahjumma.
Young Shin and Jung Hoo (the latter thought it’s a bad idea) visited Yeon Hee’s abuser, thinking to get an interview.
Jung Hoo sneakily evades the guy he fought last night.
Yeon Hee’s abuser is there alright but her scoffs at them and refuses to do the interview. He, however, demonstrated his abusing powers to an unsuspecting girl.
Young Shin again goes into one of her fits when she witnessed the violence. It reminded her of the time she was alone on the streets.
Back-up is coming though. Dae Young arrived with a slew of sidekicks to distract the armed guards outside. Jung Hoo took care of the inside and he and Young Shin got away unscathed.