Let’s review Vincenzo’s episode 4!

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Let’s review Vincenzo’s episode 4! I believe you guys will be surprised and excited when knowing that! Get ready to discover with Xenews!

Episode 4 of Vincenzo begins right the epiphany of that shocking last episode, with the white truck of doom plowing into both Yu-Chan and Vincenzo. Cha Young rushes to the scene dropping the umbrella in shock, as Vincenzo and Yu-chan are rushed to the hospital.

Yu-Chan is pronounced dead while Vincenzo continues to be alive. With both Vincenzo and Yu-Chan out of the image, Babel’s new drug is approved. Cha-Young continues to weep for her Father, but within the midst of this, a body is washed abreast of the shore and believed to be the researcher.

Cha-Young packs up her Father’s things, including a photograph of her and Yu-Chan together. The residents of the building start to consider the great things Vincenzo has been doing for the community. At the hospital, Vincenzo wakes up and seems absolutely fine.

When Cha-Young finds out about the dead researcher, she heads into the business firm and hands in her letter of resignation. Meanwhile, an angry Vincenzo heads back to the restaurant and revisits the horrific event that took the lifetime of Yu-Chan. Meanwhile, Chairman Jung receives a nasty surprise along with his pillow stuffed with needles.

While the house deliberates over who could have sent it, Cha-Young returns to the house and announces loudly and proudly that firm Jipuragi is returning to life. However, that’s until she is named to the police headquarters to justify where she was on the night of the incident.

Cha-Young has an alibi, a neighbor who has seen her where she was during the incident, which proves it had been not her. Meanwhile, Joon-Woo shows up and exerts his authority. it had been Vincenzo who brings CCTV footage with the time stamp proving where she was at the time of the incident and manages to induce her out.

Joon-Woo also meets Vincenzo, pronouncing his name correctly and claiming that he did a background check on him in the past. While Cha-Young gets eliminate her old assistant, Vincenzo and Cha-Young head out together. While drinking, Vincenzo encourages her to pack up the business firm and hits her with some home truths, including how there’s no way she’ll be able to win against Babel.

Cha-Young wants to aggroup with Vincenzo, to require down those responsible. Finally, both of them come to an agreement on their own terms and head in to go to an inmate who was liable for driving the truck.

Vincenzo asks who hired him, which shows up the name Mr Pyo. While Cha-Young fumes over being unable to try to do anything to prevent Mr Lee, Vincenzo knows exactly what to try and do and loudly proclaims that he’s been helping them and he thanks the person profusely for what he’s done. and he promises to use his testimony to re-investigate the case before leaving.

This, of course, became problematic for Mr Lee who’s stopped by the inmates and gets beaten down. After stabbing him in the neck, he’s left to die while the prison guards look the opposite way. Word of this reaches Vincenzo and Cha-Young, because the latter asks Vincenzo to not do anything that may get people killed from now on.

Vincenzo manages to holdup and interrogates Mr Pyo and his senior in an abandoned building. He eventually kills them both, because it seems, dropping off the bloody clothes at the launderette where Myung-Hee happens to be.

Vincenzo phones and scares the lawyer, hiring the truck of doom which suddenly stops right before the shop where men and girls dressed as cleaners enter and request the workers to maneuver and provides thanks to cleaning as they fill the shop with gases. This, because it seems, is all Vincenzo as he shows up together with his trademark lighter and lights the match when they’re done.

Much like in episode 1, Vincenzo drops the lighter and watches as fire spreads throughout the building, consuming the inside hungrily with the RDU-90 stock. As Vincenzo and therefore the others speed far from the warehouse, the authorities are called to do vainly to place out the hearth.

All the residents inside Geumga Plaza were those answerable for fumigating the place, getting their own back on Babel. While the Chairman Jang watches helplessly, the important boss grows, it’s Jang Joon-Woo who watches the building burn all the way down to the bottom.

Vincenzo is seen saying in Italian ” I will be able to win”.

Vincenzo’s episode 4 review

Finally, Vincenzo gets the balance right, with a far more measurable blend of comedy and drama.

The death of Mr Hong is simply the stimulus this series needed to shift from unwanted clumsy comedy with dark drama to a way more driven and smooth transition between the 2 states.

Now the humor is way more stable and truly is smart within the context of the characters and their roles.

Cha-Young’s cute moments are plenty nicer together with her now she’s decided to go away Babel, while the over-the-top mannerisms from Joon-Woo make way more sense.

This sets the battle lines up nicely between Babel and Geumga Plaza.

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