The Silent Sea Episode 6 Review
The fascinating thrilling Korean dram tv series has glued most fans to their seat as a lot unfold. The goods things happening in the silent sea season 1 still trends but as we get close to the final episodes, it is evident that the story throws more light on Dr. Song Jian, her sister and that little young girl.
The Silent Sea Season 1 Episode 6 Review – Key To Salvation
Episode 6 of the silent sea appears with flashback of Psychotherapy session with Dr. Song Jian about her thoughts on the mission to Balhae station. All the answers still lingers around her sister and tears drop down her cheek.
As the episode continues, Song Jian and the young girl are in a in steady position with guns locked to the little girl. The bloodstained young girl locking eyes with Jian. Her nametag reads “Song Won Kyung”, which gives an idea that this could well be Jian’s sister. The young girl writhes in pain. There’s a gaping hole at the side of her cheek that opens and closes. The water appears to have a different impact on her, and she runs off.
The whole station is puzzled and filled with fear as they have discovered what they thought might be easy is now a headache to them. They debate about what to do with the little girl. Captain quickly makes a call to Mr. Kim to find out about what he knows. He confirms that Choi was the one who ordered the station to be shut down originally. Beyond that tidbit of information, he refuses to disclose more, imploring Han to look deeper within the station for clues.
E2 notices Taesuk leave and immediately follows. Unfortunately, that leaves him with a bullet in the head for his troubles. Taesuk is smart though and covers his tracks, hiding the body and any evidence of a skirmish.
While this is going on, Jaein and Han spring their trap but the former freezes at the crucial moment. As the gates close, this strange girl gets her leg stuck in the door. Jaein tries to help her and notices that she has a tag on the back of her neck reading Luna-073. This seems to link back to what Jaein noticed on the computer, that mission urging her to find Luna. Jian’s soft touch and care helps to capture the girl. But not for long.
Back to the plan to trap the intruder; Song Jian and co sense that the young girl is nearby. She leaves one of the vents and approaches Song Jian, who is holding a water sample. Song Jian places the water sample down. Han Yunjae grabs Song Jian, and shuts the doors to trap the intruder, but unfortunately, the young girl’s leg ends up trapped under the door, which puts her under a lot of pain. She bites Song Jian, who notices she has a stamped label at the back of her neck — “Luna 073.” Han Yunjae shoots a tranquilizer at her, and Song Jian opens the door, so she’s no longer in pain. Song Jian hugs her because the young girl is upset.
This episode really exemplifies some of the issues with this series, which are now becoming more prominent as the show reaches the business end of its runtime. The idea that a rescue ship will fly down and save them all isn’t outside the realm of possibility, but seamless phone calls to America and crisp instantaneous video calls to Korea do feel like a bit of a stretch.
The espionage subplot doesn’t really work too well, especially given they’re coming from a character that just feels a bit…flat? The lack of meaningful motivation this guy has makes it really difficult to actually understand why he’s doing this beyond making a quick buck.