“Taxi Driver” episode 14 has once again given the audience a remarkable episode with its heart-stopping action scenes featuring Lee Je Hoon and his face-off with Baek Sung Mi.
According to Nielsen Korea, the SBS drama’s latest episode garnered a recorded nationwide rating of 10.2 percent and 15.5 percent in the metropolitan area.
This new achievement makes the “Taxi Driver” viewership rating sustain its reign as the most-watched Saturday evening drama.
“Taxi Driver” Episode 14 Recap: Kim Do Ki Teams Up with Prosecutor Kang Ha Na for a New Plan
The latest episode showed the union between Kim Do Ki (Lee Je Hoon) and prosecutor Kang Ha Na (Esom) to track down the Paradise Credit group and their boss Baek Sung Mi (Cha Ji Yeon.)
Do Ki showed Kang Ha Na the note that Chairman Baek sent to him, threatening to kill his colleagues.
With the same goal in mind, the prosecutor released Do Ki to promise that he’ll accept his consequence.
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Saving the Rainbow Taxi Team
After he single-handedly took down the men who infiltrated their hideout, Do Ki received a video call from Paradise Credit boss showing the torture of his fellow Rainbow Taxi member Choi Kyung Goo who was also with their boss and Sung Chul.
Baek Sung Mi ordered Do Ki to surrender to them in return for his colleagues’ safety.
At the same time, he learned that Ahn Go Eun (Pyo ye Jin) and Kang Maria (Jo In) were also held captive by the previous suspect who was related to the pornographic syndicate.
Every second counts for Do Ki, who was accompanied by Park Jin Eon (Bae Yoo Ram).
The duo decided to save Ahn Go Eun and Kang Maria first by barging into the warehouse where Choi Min (Seo Han-Gyeol) used to film their explicit videos.
Kim Do Ki has once again beat him down and punished him for his deed.
Kim Do Ki and Ahn Go Eun Witnessed Park Jin Eon’s Death
“Taxi Driver” episode 14 also showed a heartbreaking scene with the dark hero and his teammate.
On their way to the Baek Sung Mi’s hideout to save Mr. Jang and Choi Kyung Goo, Kim Do Ki and Ahn Go Eun witnessed how Park Joo-Chan (Tae Hang-Ho) rammed the deluxe taxi being driven by Park Jin Eon, who seemingly dies in a tearful scene.
Meanwhile, Park Joo Chan was surprised upon seeing that it wasn’t Do Ki who was sitting at the driver’s seat.
This made Do Ki even furious and made sure that he gets even with Park Joo Chan.
Now that Kim Do Ki has all the reason to avenge his fellow Rainbow Taxi members, he infiltrates Chairman Baek’s hideout and beats down all his men alone.
“Taxi Driver” episode 14 also showed how Do Ki gets the upper hand over the Paradise Credit boss after pretending to be vulnerable so he can hold her at knife-point.
Since the tables have turned, he demands that Mr. Jang and Choi Kyung Goo be released. Baek Sung Mi instructed his men to free the two captives after Do Ki slashed her face.
Shortly after, prosecutor Kang Ha Na arrived at the place just in time to arrest everyone, including one of the Goo twins.
As for the dark hero, he stole a police mobile to hunt Chairman Baek through a tracker he tossed into her getaway van.
The Fall of Chairman Baek
“Taxi Driver” episode 14 might be one of the best episodes yet as Kim Di Ko managed to corner Baek Sung Mi who was trying to escape.
She teased Do Ki to kill her, but he pointed out killing the lady boss was too easy, and needs to pay for her crimes in prison for the rest of her life.
At this time, Chairman Baek stressed that she has connections and will make sure she’ll get away from this.
Prosecutor Kang Ha Na appeared and said, “Call everyone you can. We’ll lock them up too.”
“Taxi Driver” episode 14 featured the arrest of Baek Sung Mi. Kim Do Ki, on the other hand, tells the prosecutor that he still doesn’t trust the authorities but believes Kang Ha Na.
As he walks away from the area, the dark hero falls to the ground, leaving him unconscious as the prosecutor cries for help.
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Written by Geca Wills