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An experimental band from Ottawa, Ontario. He goes on to one of those internet chatrooms that they had in , seeking a job, and is Instant Messaged by an anonymous person telling Jin he'll pay him to kill a woman. The anonymous man provides Jin with the address and keys to the house, and directions that he is only to kill the wife, and leave the two children that are also there unharmed. On the night of the planned murder, Jin goes to the house, but he comes to his senses and can't go through with it. He is about to leave but the mother sees him and screams, Jin tells her that it was all a mistake and that he'll leave if she'll just be quiet.
He again starts to leave, but is discovered by the young daughter who sees Jin holding a large kitchen knife. She starts screaming, and her mother tries to tell her to keep calm, as well as Jin yelling for her to stop screaming, but the daughter cannot stop screaming.
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Jin ends up killing her and the mother. After Jin comes downstairs and begins to leave, the youngest child, a little boy, comes out from his bedroom wondering where his mother and sister are. Jin tells the little boy to go to bed and count to one hundred, ten times. The boy does as he's told, and as Jin finally starts to leave the house, he sees a family portrait on the wall and discovers that this is his brother's doctor's family. At daybreak Jin meets up with the anonymous man, who is indeed his brother's doctor, and is furious. He demands to know why the doctor would have his own family killed.
The doctor explains that it was to keep his children from being put out on the streets due to the financial crisis; that he had taken multiple insurance policies on his wife, but that Jin was only supposed to kill his wife and leave his children unharmed. He tells Jin that because he killed his daughter, now Yoo-seok will die as well.
A struggle ensues and the doctor gets accidentally knocked off the ledge of a rooftop that they were at.
Jin presently wakes up in a hospital, after being hit by a car during his chase and escape. The mysterious young man who has been investigating him for the murders also survived his car accident, and is in the same hospital. The man reveals that he was the little boy in the house twenty years ago when Jin killed his mother and sister. He tells Jin that after the deaths of all his immediate family, his relatives took all the money and he grew up in an orphanage. He asks why Jin didn't kill him too and if the murders were planned by his father, who he suspected because during his investigation he discovered the insurance policies that his father took on his mother.
A distraught Jin, who now has regained all of his suppressed memories of that event, tearfully tells the young man that it was all on him alone, but the young man doesn't believe him. Jin, now knowing he did in fact committed the murders, commits suicide in his hospital room with a poisonous needle that was dropped by the young man; while simultaneously, the young man finally comes to terms with the murders of his family, also commits suicide by jumping out of the hospital window.
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