‘Bulgasal: Immortal Souls’ has come out with the eleventh episode of season 1 on Netflix which depicts the old Bulgasal curse that is brought to life with dramatic and brutal action scenes from the far past and present.
Si-Ho has a dream about Do-Yun, who appears to be walking away from her.
Meanwhile, Hwal is in the hospital with bloodied hands and a forlorn expression. But Do-Yun isn’t dead, and luckily none of his important organs have been injured.
Everyone in the hospital, however, is still apprehensive since Do-Yun hasn’t arrived. Their wait is over soon enough, and Do-Yun wakes up, much to the relief of Hwal, Ho-Yeol, and Sang-Un.
Hwal is furious and demands to know why Eul-Tae attempted to murder him, and Do-Yun reveals the huge secret that Eul-Tae had previously slain him and his mother.
When word of Do-Yun’s survival reaches Eul-Tae, though, he understands he’s in big danger.
After that, Do-Yun returns home, Hwal lavishes attention on him, presumably to make up for the problems he caused in the previous incarnations. Hwal also understands that hating Sang-Un for so long was a mistake and apologises to her.
They decide to murder Eul-Tae, and Sang-Un advises him to use her as bait. As they relocate from one residence to another the next day.
As everyone enjoys their time together in the new house, which turns out to be rather great, it’s the quiet before the storm. Sang-Un wants to remain another night in order to spend her final night with Si-Ho. She also requests that Hwal use this chance to speak with Do-Yun.
Hwal is attempting to care for Do-Yun while maintaining their limits. Meanwhile, Sang-Un is overwhelmed with sisterly affection as he discusses life and love with Si-Ho.
When the time comes for them to face off against Eul-Tae, Hwal pulls a fast one on Sang-Un and locks her up at home. Hwal begs Eul-Tae to meet him by the well the next morning, while a frustrated Si-Ho searches into Sang-Un’s past to figure out how to save everyone from certain death.
The answer, it turns out, is for the Bulgasals to battle and murder each other. The tension between Hwal and Eul-Tae, on the other hand, is palpable. Eul-Tae stiffly closes the door and turns out the light.
A secret is revealed that Bulgasals are born as a pair, and their immortality stems from the fact that one cannot exist without the other, rather than from the fact that they lack souls.
Hwal had also reportedly petitioned Eul-Tae, 1000 years ago, to transform him into the Bulgasal. As a result, 400 years later, he fulfilled his pledge. Hwal, on the other hand, seems unconcerned, and after further fighting, they both fall over the bridge.
As Sang-Un sobs on the bridge, it is revealed that Hwal isn’t dead after all, and she admits her emotions for him and that he has become too important for her and she doesn’t want to feel this way.
- This episode of ‘Bulgasal: Immortal Souls’ was a little slower and more emotionally involved with mysteries revealed.
- Hwal’s relationship with Do-Yun grew, and the emotional components were nice.
- This episode serves to demonstrate how many people seek revenge on Eul-Tae.
- Thanks to Sang-Un expressing her actual sentiments and everything ending on an unpleasant cliff-hanger, the romance is confirmed.