Haven't posted here in a while, but I just had to get my two cents in.
Okay, I think those of you mentioning the Baek siblings are missing the point.
Neither of those kids are sociopathically manipulative, they just have anger issues (on a varying scale). We've never seen either of them successfully try to subtly manipulate anyone... most of the time they deal out their revenge in your face. Secondly, it's not fair to tell Professor Baek to "look at his own grandkids". This flashback revealed that the siblings' parents have been dead since they were very young, and they've obviously haven't been living in a stable home environment. If Prof. Baek had lived, I'm pretty sure the professor would've stamped out most of the siblings anger issues as he apparently did the same with Jung's dad. But he died when the siblings were in their prime development stage, so of course they had no mentor.
The problem with Jung is that he knew exactly what he was doing as he manipulated that girl. He knew how to act to get her to do what he wanted. What's even more scary is that he manipulated her so well that even she didn't realize it. It's scarily smart especially for such young an age, and for someone "new" to it (after all, he was only just advised how to act maybe an hour ago tops). Jung was so "nice" to her that I'm sure the little girl will collaborate with his story, and still think he's the greatest thing since sliced bread.
The kid destroys his enemies and all the while they love him for it.
That's why Prof. Baek is disturbed and I agree with him. It's only obvious to an adult (or the reader) what Jung is doing.
Ironically I ended up liking Jung a lot more in this chapter though LOL
Well, I'm not saying that Prof. Baek said something wrong...
Yes, Jung is manipulative, but before he pointed dirt on someone else, he should check his own first.
I'm just saying that.... because, seeing what his grandchildren become, I just cannot see him as anything else but hypocrite.
And well about the siblings... obviously there's already something wrong with them from the beginning....
In Ho, I can understand, but nice kid with their experience don't turn into psycho like In Ha, no matter how angry they are.
So basically I think there is already something wrong with In Ha from the beginning.
And I only seeing a bit of the flashback, but even when Jung was still nice to them (and In Ho still befriended with Jung), she's already showing sign of psycho.
And I do think being manipulative is better than being psycho, at least you don't attack random people for small reason.