‘Crime Scene 3’ Episode 7: Cha Eun Woo guests just in time for the topical secret drug lab

Now that I’m on the seventh episode of ‘Crime Scene 3‘, I’m almost caught up, so of course this one is the two-parter. Replacing Jang Dong Min with Yang Se Hyung is usually for the worse, but I thought the trade-off was key this time and Cha Eun Woo of ASTRO was a capable guest.

As always, there are multiple options to watch the show with English subtitles, so go there (1/2/3).


So this was a camp murder, but the most important stuff revolved around … well, sperm.

No bullshit, this is how I’m saying somebody’s “shooting blanks” from now on.

High-key enjoying whenever they use a cast member as a model for the victim and they low-key hint and everybody wanting to fuck it.

Eunji found out Cha Eun Woo was cheating in a true idol dating discovery way.

As far as the case goes, I actually think this was more confusing than it was in the end.

Jang Jin: A gambler and a drug kingpin, I ruled him out since the victim was a source of income and he had financial interests there.

Yang Se Hyung: Victim’s earring was found in his place and was almost killed by the victim after being paid in tainted money for his secret hacker job. The fact that he might’ve been unconscious or weak at the time, plus that he was being framed made him seem unlikely as a suspect.

Kim Ji Hoon: Unless I missed something, I kinda wondered why more suspicion wasn’t on him. The victim relegated him to a babysitter, beat him, and cheated on him. Plus, he likely suspected the kid wasn’t his due to his seedless watermelon.

Eunji: Her husband cheated on her with the victim and her daughter was killed in a trial run of medication done by the victim’s company. I didn’t think she had much of an alibi either.

Cha Eun Woo: Cheated on his wife with the victim, already put a dude in a coma to keep him quiet, and found out the victim was set to blame him for the failed trial.

Cha Eun Woo was definitely the logical choice, so I picked him, but there were two others who definitely have motive and means. However, I think what gave it away to the cast was that Eunji and Cha Eun Woo would argue their cases dead serious with each other. Eunji has proven to be a mediocre liar as the criminal, so that’s why it was narrowed down to those two, and Cha Eun Woo would get bullied by arguments he didn’t have a response to.

Making a first-timer the criminal seems cruel unless it’s one of those mega-convoluted cases.


Still true.


Oh yeah, that serial killer that they tried to frame in this case? It’s a continuation case in the next episode, with the return of Hong Jinho, BAYBEEEE.


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