A drama about a Korean mafia? The premise did seem difficult to pull off. 20 episodes and many tears later, Vincenzo is on everyone's lips. A series that was equal parts suspenseful, larger-than-life, intelligently written and even comedic—it delivered in more ways than one could hope for.
Those who've been tuning in since day one will surely attest to the incredible performances by the entire cast. Yet none more amazing than Vincenzo Cassano himself, long time leading man Song Joong-ki, who's been nominated for Best Actor at the 57th Baeksang Arts Awards for his incredible portrayal of the antihero.
The drama was a rollercoaster ride from start to finish with its excruciating cliffhangers every weekend. For those who aren't ready to part with the Geumga squad, we list down some of the most satisfying, shocking, and memorable events from Netflix's latest gem, Vincenzo:
1. Will The Real Chairman Please Stand Up?
One of the earliest plot twists on the show was when the true Babel Chairman was revealed to be no other than lawyer Hong Cha-young's trusty intern, Jang Han-seok. As he emerged from his luxury sports car to revel at the burning Babel factory, audiences were let in on the secret that this bubbly and naive newbie is more than what he seems.