Netflix’s Hello Me Episode 11 Recap: Mystery and Tension

Hello Me is a South Korean TV series starring Kim Young-kwang, Choi Kang-hee, Eum Moon-seok and Kim Yoo-mi. The series is based on the 2011 novel Fantastic Girl by Kim Hye-jung. Hello Me episode 11 is directed by Lee Hyeon-Suk.

Hello Me episode 11 recap

It goes without saying that two of the same person can’t exist in the same timeline. That’s what Hello Me episode 11 is about, among other things.

The episode starts off with Scarlett being mesmerised with Ha-ni’s new look. She’s gotten ready for the in-house competition presentation, and the transformation is mesmerising. During the presentation, she gets to know the true identity of Ji-man and is surprised. However, she proves to everyone and herself that she’s strong and confident and excels at presenting her idea and the snack.

Later on, while out having a meal with Yu-hyeon and Scarlett, they realise that it is going to rain soon and rush off to meet the shaman. During the ruckus, Ha-ni forgets her phone with Yu-hyeon and he picks up a call from the shaman from whom he pieces the various parts of the story together and realises Scarlett’s true identity. However, there’s a danger on the horizon for young Scarlett and she and Ha-ni get into an accident. While in the hospital, the shaman tells her and Yu-hyeon that Scarlett’s life is in danger and there’s a more important reason why she’s here in this timeline.

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On the other hand, Ms Han’s plotting continues. She realises that the power struggle between her and her brother will continue if she does not get Ha-ni and Yu-hyeon out of the way. She’s particularly interested in getting Yu-hyeon out of the way and for that she has a plan in mind. She gets the confidence of Oh Ji-eun by playing a motherly role. She then utilises her to plant something in Ha-ni’s work computer. Later on, when everyone is celebrating Ha-ni’s victory in the competition, the Inspection Division comes along to let her and Yu-hyeon know that they are being investigated for plagiarising the idea.

So, Hello Me episode 11 comes along with two mysteries for us to solve and many different directions for it to go. We are left wondering whether Ha-ni and Yu-hyeon will come out of this impediment victorious or whether they will fall prey to Ms Han’s schemes. On the other hand, will Scarlett survive the ordeal that is about to befall her? I am curious to know why Ha-ni chose to not tell Scarlett about the danger that she is in. If she had told her, the latter would be better equipped to handle the circumstances around her and be more aware. Knowing how Scarlett is, Ha-ni should’ve known that she wouldn’t listen to her words of advice.

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Additionally, Ji-man tells Do-yun about his failing eyesight and asks him not to tell anyone else yet. The latter is startled by the revelation. Lastly, Anthony seems to be lovesick and dreams of Ha-ni’s smile all the time.

I quite enjoyed Hello Me episode 11. There’s mystery, drama and family politics, along with enough fun and laughter to keep the runtime flowing and entertaining. Hopefully, the series will be able to keep giving these newfound entertainment factors and won’t go back to the first half of its runtime.

Hello Me episode 11 is streaming on Netflix.

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Hello Me episode 11 is interesting and has a mystery factor to it, leaving us with not one, but two cliffhangers!
Archi Sengupta
Horror Movies + Cats > People


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