“Vincenzo” Wraps Up on Electrifying Note


Since its broadcast, Song Joong Ki‘s Vincenzo has consistently achieved high ratings and its Sunday night finale averaged 14.6 percent in nationwide ratings.  The vigilante drama became the ninth highest rated drama in Korean cable television history.

Winding down to its finale, Vincenzo kept the audience on the edge of their seats. Villain Jang Jun Woo (Ok Taec Yeon) was planning to exact revenge against Vincenzo (Song Joong Ki), Cha Young (Jeon Yeo Been), and Jang Han Seo (Kwak Dong Yeon). Upon release from jail, he kidnapped Cha Young and Han Seo to bait Vincenzo. Jun Woo gets into a fight with Han Seo and leaves him bloodied.

In the midst of the chaotic situation, Cha Young got shot but survived and Vincenzo realized her importance to him. The lovers said goodbye to each other temporarily, as Vincenzo planned to finish off his enemies.

Episode 20 saw Vincenzo exacting cruel punishment on the villains as they met their torturous deaths. Assuming a new identity, Vincenzo took off to his private island off Malta, but promised to continue removing “the scum” who have escaped the justice system….

Unconventional and brutal at times, Vincenzo ended exactly the way fans hoped it would.

Source: Sing Tao

This article is written by Kiki for JayneStars.com.

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  1. I tried an episode for Ok Taec Yeon but it didn’t manage to make me continue. I guess I am the only one that didn’t find it that interesting.

    1. @wm2017 You need to continue to see how great of a psycho he can play. He’s one of the best villains I’ve seen lately.

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