Netflix The killer’s paradox featured an ending worthy of a twist-filled first season.
The streamer’s latest hit Korean drama follows a young teenager, Lee Tang, who – after accidentally killing a man who turns out to be a serial killer – goes on a quest for justice and kills horrible and evil people all over South Korea.
In his quest, this bloody teenage Robin Hood crosses paths with three other key players – Jang Nan-gam (an enterprising detective), Roh-bin (Lee’s assistant and friend) and Song Chon (an assassin who is interested in Lee’s work.
What happened at the end of Killer Paradox?
After a season long cat-and-mouse game The killer’s paradoxat the end of the series, the series’ various twists and turns finally come to a head.
It all starts when his good friend Roh-bin betrays Lee when his sidekick abandons him in his plan to escape Korea.
After Roh-bin breaks up with Lee, she joins forces with Korean detective Jang Nan-gan in hopes of bringing dangerous killer Song Chon to justice.
This leads them to an abandoned warehouse where Roh-bin and Jang confront a policeman turned serial killer. This all happens as Song’s realization of Jang’s father’s murder leaves him seeking power and tensions heat up.
As quickly as they arrive, so does Lee. Lee’s appearance in the warehouse causes quite a firefight. Lee manages to avoid any kind of serious injury, but the same cannot be said for Roh-bin.
Roh-bin steps into the middle of the conflict and fights with Song to knock his firearm away. Instead, things take a turn for the worse.
Jang shoots a remorseful Song, wounding the serial killer but causing his gun to go off, killing Roh-bin.
Jang confronts an injured Song, hoping to avenge his father. However, Song tries to defend the matter. He tells the detective that if he kills him, he will never know the truth about his father.
From there, viewers get a flashback that reveals that Jang’s father was not the man Jang thought he was. He was cruel, immoral and the reason why Song turned to his violent lifestyle after being abused by Father Jang while he was working as a police officer.
Back in the present day, Lee offers to kill Song so Jang doesn’t have to, but the detective can’t help himself and shoots twice, killing Song.
The series ends with Song dead, Jang being reprimanded by his superiors, and it is revealed that all evidence of the warehouse fight is gone as the series begins to flash to show an electrical fire that started during the fight.
For this reason, Lee has fled Korea and lives in Thailand. It comes in the final moments of the K-drama’s intense Season 1, hinting that Lee may not be ready for his murderous Robin Hood-like goal.
Is A Killer Paradox Season 2 Happening?
No official announcement The killer’s paradox Season 2 has been announced, but given the tease at the end of Season 1, it seems like a pretty good bet that fans will be returning to this world sometime soon.
After the tragic events of the warehouse situation, the series shows the protagonist Lee Tang, who now lives in Thailand.
Although he’s supposed to have used his deadly ways in the past, that doesn’t seem to be the case, as just before the end of the series, Lee is seen running into a shadowy figure on a Thai street.
Certainly, his bloodthirsty justice has not yet been fully meted out.
The series is now based on a completed Korean webtoon, which ended in the same way as the first season.
This would mean that Season 2 would have to venture beyond the boundaries of the original story – which is not too uncommon in the world of adaptations.
is The killer’s paradox gets a second season or not, its creators seem to be preparing it for one with as much tease as this final scene in Thailand.
The killer’s paradox now streaming on Netflix.
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