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Although there was a strong sense of the ridiculous in Jackpot‘s fifth episode, there was a touch of realism as well. It could be because of Yeo Jin-goo’s spot on acting or a bit of logical writing from Kwon Soon-gyoo. Jang Geun-seok does well with what he is given, but I think we’ll see better from him once his character loses the hysterics.
Most of this episode centered around In-jwa physically and emotionally breaking Dae-gil in order to motivate him to change his path in life.