A drunk Chung says he doesn’t want to fight but doesn’t know what he’s done wrong as episode 9 of The Devil Punisher begins. They make up, and Hsin-Yu tells him she won’t interfere in his work anymore. He needs some help getting home, so Hsin-Yu calls Cheng Huang to assist. He offers a lesson in liquor from the Tang Dynasty v that of today and snaps them home.
Half asleep, Chung asks Hsin-Yu to stay by his side, and she agrees not to leave him again. Is he referring to applications for retirement?
The next morning, Chung suggests she move in and quit her job. She thinks he’s kidding, but he’s serious about moving in. She tells him it’s too soon but walks him to work.
Hsiao-Chi is guarding the bakery, and she bickers with Hsin-Yu when she sees them sweetly arrive together. Finally, Chung sends Hsiao-Chi to work, and Hsin-Yu acknowledges her dedication. She tells Chung he’s becoming warmer too.
They discuss when to talk to Mrs. Wu about her son. En-Hsi arrives to complain about Hsin-Yu not coming home the previous evening. She’s angered at seeing them together and passive-aggressively tells Mrs. Wu that they know her son is dead.
Chung shows Mrs. Wu her son’s death, and she’s distraught. They apologize for not telling her sooner. Mrs. Wu believes Chung as she’s realized that he’s not an ordinary person.
As En-Hsi thinks she’s given Chung and Hsin-Yu some trouble, she hears a malicious voice call her name, but no one is around.
In the café, Hsin-Yu approaches to question her, and En-Hsi gives a sarcastic reply about keeping secrets. Hsin-Yu discovers that En-Hsi is angry because she hasn’t shared her reclaimed memories, so she explains that it’s still confusing. En-Hsi spaces out, and Hsin-Yu has to repeat her reason. Hsin-Yu suddenly feels pain at the site of her neck wound.
Chung accompanies Mrs. Wu to bring Yu-Han home. He reminds the guardian to keep an eye out for Ching-Yuan. Mrs. Wu explains to Yu-Han that her father is dead.
Chung asks Hsin-Yu to make tea to help Yu-Han. On her way, her wound glows and pains her as Ching-Yuan appears. She’s frozen in place but recalls Chung teaching her how to repel angry spirits. She executes the move successfully, and he’s thrown – but Chung is behind her.
Hsin-Yu tries several ideas at Chung’s house but can’t recall the exact recipe. Chung, Cheng Huang, and Fu try the concoctions, but she’s missing something. Cheng Huang suggests they need the one who sealed her memories to bring them back.
Hsin-Yu continues to test tea recipes but isn’t hitting it. Finally, En-Hsi does a tarot reading on herself, and the outlook for love isn’t good. When Hsin-Yu asks about it, she makes up a story about a friend. Ouyang Kai joins her, so En-Hsi prepares to blame her unfortunate reading on him. But the next card says to be brave.
Hsin-Yu notices some people becoming entranced by the cursed concert video. So the team gathers to consider it, thinking they need a human to resolve it.
En-Hsi arrives at Professor Lu’s house to confess her feelings. When he doesn’t react well, she bluffs that it’s a bet but then cries. Finally, he invites her in for coffee, and she confesses properly. He’s sweet about it, and she decides to work extra hard to make him fall for her.
Hsin-Yu is at the door, so En-Hsi hides on the balcony. Professor Lu offers to help delete the video. En-Hsi is angry that Hsin-Yu went to Professor Lu rather than her boyfriend. While she’s waiting, Hsin-Yu discovers the medicine she was missing. He offers it to her, and she runs to test it. En-Hsi comes out of hiding and is disappointed that Professor Lu races after Hsin-Yu.
At the bakery, Hsin-Yu tests her remedy, adding the new plant. Professor Lu thinks she should be more cautious and samples the drink for her. Chung is upset to see Lu there but asks about the computer program. He confirms he has some skills and had previously taken care of Yu-Han’s video problem.
He gets to work on his laptop while Hsin-Yu and Chung watch. They discover the curse has a frequency on the clip and that it’s spreading like a virus. So they dig further and find the hidden video with scenes of Ching-Yuan at each ghost moment.
Yu-Han screams from upstairs, and they help Mrs. Wu. Hsin-Yu feeds her the tea, instantly calming her, snapping her out of her stupor. She’s confused to see everyone there, but back to herself.
Chung checks Yu-Han to confirm that she’s recovered. Then, they wonder how tea could cure a mental condition.
They thank Professor Lu for helping, and he gives the herb to Hsin-Yu to keep. He says he’s happy to help in the future. Chung finally offers him a proper handshake.
Yu-Han is nervous around Chung, and Mrs. Wu notes the fear of strangers is new. She explains what happened that day, remembering seeing her Dad but no other details. Chung confirms a memory gap, and they promise Mrs. Wu that they’ll help Yu-Han. Unfortunately, Mrs. Wu has to tell her again that her father is gone.
Chung Kuei’s proverb: The mandate of heaven isn’t up to me. I can only obey it; I cannot change it.
The Episode Review
Now that their relationship is on slightly surer ground, Hsin-Yu and Chung begin to work together more naturally, trusting each other. However, it’s interesting to note that Hsin-Yu has so far avoided telling Chung about her neck wound and how it reacts when Ching-Yuan is near.
En-Hsi seems to be rolling down a malevolent route, angering everything, especially Chung and Ouyang Kai. Well, pretty much everyone except Professor Lu.
Even though her goal was to upset Chung and Hsin-Yu, it was pretty mean to drop the bomb on Mrs. Wu. And now that she’s hearing voices. Well, we’ll soon see how Ching-Yuan turns people into monsters. Hopefully, it won’t kill her first. Nah, Chung will figure it out.
Professor Lu took En-Hsi’s out-of-the-blue confession rather well. I suppose being shot down has made him extra sensitive to flights of the heart. But I wonder if it wouldn’t have been kinder to nip it? Unless he does think she has a chance.
The tea that calms the mind was cool – share, please? You never know when you’ll need that sort of thing. And the invigorating one too, when you have a moment.
As an FYI (and because I can’t stop myself!) Professor Lu’s herb is Rafflesia, a parasitic flowering plant that gets its nutrients from a host tree or vine rather than the sun. It smells like rotting flesh and has enormous flowers, the buds rising from the ground or directly from the stems of their host plants. Found mainly in Southeast Asia, one species has the largest flowers in the world.
Meanwhile, the predicted team is forming – do you see it? Chung needs Professor Lu for some human-focused solutions. And since he and Hsin-Yu seem settled, maybe that can work without driving him to jealousy. After all, every great team needs a techy on the ground.
A drunk Chang says he doesn’t want to fight, but he doesn’t know what he did wrong when episode 9 of The Devil’s Punisher begins. Finally, they reconciled, and Hsin-yu told him that he would no longer interfere with his work. However, he needs help getting home, so Hsin Yu calls Cheng Huan. He gives him a Tang Dynasty drinking lesson, which is still given today, and sends her home.
A half-asleep Chang asks Hsin Yu to stay by his side, and she agrees not to leave him again. Is he talking about pension applications?
The next morning, Chang offered to move out and quit his job. She thinks he’s joking, but he’s seriously moving. She tells him it’s too soon but goes to work with him.
Xiao-Chi guards the bakery, and she fights with Hsin-Yu when she sees how cute they arrive together. Chun sent Xiao-chi to work, and Hsin Yu appreciated her efforts. She tells Chong that he’s getting warm too.
They’re discussing when to tell Mrs. Wu about her son. Then, N.C. comes complaining that Hsin-yu didn’t come home the day before. She doesn’t like seeing them together and tells Mrs. Wu, in a passive-aggressive way, that she knows her son is dead.
Chang shows the death of Mrs. Wu, her son, and she is distraught. They apologize for not telling him sooner. Mrs. Wu believes that Chon, after realizing he’s no ordinary man.
While En-xi thinks she’s caused trouble for Chung and Hsin-yu, she hears an evil voice calling out to her, but there’s no one there.
At the café, Hsin Yu approaches her to ask her a question, and N.C. sarcastically answers a question about keeping secrets. Hsin Yu discovers that En-Si is angry for not sharing her memories and explains that it’s still confusing. N.C. is in the room, and Hsin-Yu has to repeat his reason. HsinYu suddenly felt pain in the wound on his neck.
Chang accompanies Madam Wu to bring Yu-Han home. He reminds the guard to keep an eye on Ching-yuan. Mrs. Wu explained to Yu-Han that her father was dead.
Chang asks Hsin Yu to make tea to help Yu-Han. Along the way, the wound glares and hurts when Chingyuan appears. She froze in place but remembered that Chang had taught her how to ward off evil spirits. So she makes a move, and it is projected – but Chung is behind her.
Hsin Yu tried a few ideas at Chang’s, but he couldn’t remember the exact recipe. Chang, Chen Huang, and Fu tried fiction, but something was missing. Cheng Huang thinks they need someone who has sealed their memories to bring them back.
Hsin Yu continues to test the tea recipes but fails to achieve his goal. N.C. reads tarot cards on himself, and the prospect of love is not good. When Hsin-Yu asks about it, she makes up a story about a friend. Ouyang Kai joins her, so Yong Xi prepares to accuse her of a failed reading. But the next card says to be brave.
Hsin-Yu noticed that some people were starting to be fascinated by the damn concert video. So the team meets to investigate and thinks it needs someone to solve the problem.
En-Hsi arrives at Professor Lu’s house to confess his feelings. When he doesn’t respond well, she bluffs that it’s a bet but then cries. Finally, he invites her for coffee, and she confesses. He’s adorable, and she decides to do whatever it takes to make him fall in love with her.
Hsin-yu is at the door, so En-si hides on the balcony. Professor Lou offered to help remove the video. En-Xi is upset that Hsin-Yu went to Professor Lu instead of her friend. While she waited, Hsin-Yu discovered the missing medicine. He offers it to her, and she runs to check it out. N.C. comes out of hiding and is disappointed that Professor Lu is after Hsin-Yu.
In the bakery, Hsin Yu tests his medicine by adding a new plant to it. Professor Liu thinks she should be more careful and try the potion herself. Chung is upset to see Lou there but asks about the computer program. He confirmed that he has some skills and that he has dealt with the Yu-Han video problem before.
He works on his laptop while Hsin Yu and Chang look on. They discover that the curse has a specific frequency and spreads like a virus. So they dig deeper and find a hidden video of the Ching-yuan scenes at every moment of the agony.
Yu-Han calls from upstairs, and they help Mrs. Wu. Hsin-yu gives her tea, which immediately calms her and puts her out of her misery. She was confused when she saw everyone, but she changed her mind.
Chang is checking that Yu-Han has recovered properly. They wonder how tea can cure mental illness.
They thank Professor Lu for his help, and he gives Hsin-yu the weed to keep for himself. He says he’ll be happy to help you in the future. Chung finally gives her a decent handshake.
Yu-Han is nervous in front of Chung, and Mrs. Wu notes that the fear of strangers is new. She explains what happened that day and remembers seeing her father, but no other details. Chang confirms the oblivion, and they promise Mrs. Wu that they will help Yu-Han. Unfortunately, Mrs. Wu has to tell him again that his father has left.
Chung Kuei proverb: It is not for me to give the mandate from heaven. I can only obey; I cannot change him.
As their relationship has become more trusting, Hsin Yu and Chang begin to work together more naturally and trust each other. However, it is interesting to note that Hsin Yu has so far avoided talking to Chung about his neck injury and his reaction in front of Ching Yuan.
N.C. seems to be driving furiously, angry at everything, especially at Chung and Ouyang Kai. Well, almost everyone except Professor Lou.
Even if his goal was to anger Chang and Hsin Yu, it was still pretty mean to bombard Miss Wu in that way. And now, when she hears voices. Well, I guess we’ll soon see Ching-Yuan turning people into monsters. I hope it doesn’t kill her first. But, no, Chang will find out.
Professor Lu took En-Hsi’s non-blue confession very well. I think getting shot made him very susceptible to a heart attack. But I wonder if it wouldn’t be more fun to catch him. Unless he thinks she has a chance.
The mind-blowing tea was fresh. Will you please share? You never know when you might need these things—and they are also invigorating when you have a moment.
For your information (and because I can’t help it!): Professor Lou’s Rafflesia grass is a parasitic flowering plant that gets its nutrients from the host tree or vine, not from the sun. It smells like rotting flesh, with huge flowers whose buds grow on the ground or directly on the stems of host plants. Present mainly in Southeast Asia; one species has the largest flowers in the world.
The official measurement of Rafflesia flowering in Maninjau forest in Agam region, West Sumatra, Indonesia, 31. December 2019. (Photo by Ardi Mardiancia/Xinhua)
In the meantime, the planned team is taking shape, you see? Chung needs Professor Lu for man-made solutions. And since he and Hsin-yu seem well settled, maybe it could work without making him jealous. After all, every great team needs technology on the field.
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