Brain Works Episode 7 Highlights and Recap

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Brain Works Episode 7 Highlights and Recap: A Twist in the Case with No Casualties!

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Brain Works Episode 7 Highlights and Recap: When Brain Works episode 7 starts, after a long break of a week, our detective and neuroscientist argue with each other again. This time, we have to deal with a case that seems simple on the outside but is actually more emotional and complicated than we think.

But just when we think it’s over, things take a big turn for the worse. Also, besides the brains of psychopaths, there is one person’s brain that keeps our neuroscientist interested, and he is willing to do anything to figure out how that brain works.

Brain Works Episode 7 Highlights

  • Brain Works episode 7 deals with a complicated case that involves love, lies, and mistaken identity.
  • Myung-Se’s reputation is restored when the high school girl shows up and backs up his claims, which also leads to a fun fight between Myung-Se (Cha Tae-Hyun) and Ha-Ru.
  • The case involves a husband who has Capgras syndrome, which causes him to mistake his wife for the virtual human AI, Cherri.
  • Ha-ru figures out the husband’s condition and takes him to the hospital for surgery.
  • The episode ends with a shocking twist, as the husband turns himself in covered in blood, which is likely that of his wife, whom he either killed or attacked.
  • Myung-Se is portrayed as a kind person who tries to help those in need, as shown when he tries to convince Ha-ru to stay on the team.

Brain Works Episode 7 Recap

Myung-Se’s Reputation Restored: A Twist in the Case with No Casualties

Continuing from where we left off, Ha-ru shows the video to everyone at the award ceremony to show that Myung-Se is supposedly corrupt. Even though Myung-Se says that it’s just a trap, things keep getting worse for him because he has no one to back him up. He also doesn’t agree to say anything about the high school girl.

Brain Works Episode 7 Highlights and Recap

But just as Ha-ru (Jung Yong-Hwa) is jumping for joy about exposing his corrupt partner, the high school girl shows up and backs up Myung’s claims. She also says that Myung-Se saved her because, thanks to him, she stopped letting people use her to scam older men for money and started living a better life. Myung-reputation se gets better, and once again, Ha-ru, you’re the joke.

Since there is no doubt about who showed the video, Myung-Se asks to see Ha-ru later that night. He and Ha-ru soon get into a fun fight that looks like a tango and only ends when Myung-Se sees an old lady who needs help. Aside from the fighting, this week’s case is very different from the ones we’ve seen before. This time, no one is found dead.

Solving a Complicated Case of Love and Lies

Instead, a middle-aged man goes to the police station to file a report about his missing wife, just like he would for any other missing person. So far, everything seems normal, but when the husband tells Myung-Se that the virtual human AI “Cherri” hurt his wife, it looks like the case is more complicated than it seems at first. Myung-Se needs Ha-help Ru to solve the case, but our neuroscientist still needs to be grumpy, so he won’t go with them to check out the crime scene.

Myung-Se goes to the couple’s apartment and finds out from a neighbor that the husband kept kicking his wife out, but when things got worse, he beat her. Myung-Se asks the husband for his wife’s toothbrush or a strand of hair for DNA registration so he can have some time to look around the house. As expected, Myung-Se finds the wife hiding in a room. The blood on the husband’s hands is clear proof that he beat her, so Myung-Se immediately arrests him.

Except that the husband keeps saying it’s not his wife but “Cherri” and that it’s self-defense because she tries to kill him. Since the husband isn’t on drugs, it’s more likely that he has a brain disorder that makes him mistake his wife for Cherri. And when it comes to brain conditions, no one knows more than our neuroscientist, who is gladly done being sad and ready to get to work on the case.

Ha-ru is a good lie detector, so it doesn’t take her long to figure out that Cherri’s story about trying to kill her husband is a lie. Instead, the husband thinks Cherri is the one he loves. He hits Cherri and hides her body because he is afraid his wife will find out he has been cheating on her. The husband’s claims match what the wife said. Because he kept mixing her up with Cherri, she gets angry and tells him that she will tell his wife about the affair. My mind is going crazy!

Let’s see what happened in the previous episodes of the series

“Capgras Syndrome: A Case of Mistaken Identity”

By putting all the clues together, Ha-ru figures out that the husband has Capgras syndrome, which causes people to think their family members are aliens or con artists. Because that syndrome is caused by an outside injury, it’s likely that the husband got it when he fell off his bike, as his wife says.

Brain Works Episode 7 Highlights and Recap

The husband is taken to the hospital and has surgery. So, he goes back to being himself and sees his wife for who she really is instead of Cherri. We also find out why the husband thought Cherri was his wife and not just an alien.

Since his wife kept saying no to him in bed, he felt alone. He started talking to Cherri to fill the void. One day, she answered him, and that was the start of his condition. At first, we are told that the case is over and that everything is fine. The episode ends on a shocking note, with the husband turning himself in covered in blood, which is almost certainly the blood of his wife, whom he either killed or at least attacked. Aside from the case, the fact that our not-corrupt-at-all detective is so interesting makes Ha-ru so determined to figure out how Myung-brain se’s works. But the drama has already shown that Myung-Se is just a kind person who tries to help those who need it.

For example, when Ha-ru says he’s leaving the team or at least acts like he’s leaving, Myung-Se runs after him and tries to change his mind, even though he’s always the one who has to deal with Ha-tricks.

Final Words

Myung-Se’s reputation is restored when the high school girl backs up his claims, leading to a fun fight between Myung-Se and Ha-ru. Myung-Se and Ha-ru solve a complicated case of love and lies, but the husband’s brain disorder makes him mistake his wife for Cherri. Ha-ru discovers that the husband has Capgras syndrome, which causes people to think their family members are aliens or con artists, and he goes back to being himself and sees his wife for who she is instead of Cherri.

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