Start Up Ep 11 ends on cliffhanger & witnesses hike in rating: Suzy and Nam Joo Hyuk to part ways in Ep 12?

tvN’s Start-Up witnessed a rise in the viewership after their Saturday premiere of episode 11, which end on a shocking cliffhanger. Scroll down for the details.

Updated on Nov 23, 2020 06:31 PM IST  |  2.4M
Start Up Ep 11 ends on a cliffhanger and witnesses a hike in rating
Start Up Ep 11 ends on a cliffhanger and witnesses a hike in rating: Suzy and Nam Joo Hyuk to part ways in Ep 12?
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tvN’s Start-Up received a substantial hike in viewership, scoring average nationwide ratings of 4.1 percent and 4.8 percent for its two parts after the exciting episode.  In episode 11, Samsan Tech faced a crisis in the weekend drama. On November 22, tvN via Soompi revealed new stills of the Samsan Tech team looking distraught despite achieving first place at Demo Day. Seo Dal Mi, Nam Do San, Han Ji Pyung (Kim Seon Ho), Lee Chul San (Yoo Su Bin), Kim Yong San (Kim Do Wan), and Jung Sa Ha (Stephanie Lee) all had an expression of shock on their faces. Seo Dal Mi appeared to be in disbelief, while Nam Do San looks like he was utterly let down. Even Samsan Tech’s mentor Han Ji Pyung looked sullen. 

 

Lee Chul San and Kim Yong San were furious and on the verge of tears, and Jung Sa Ha had stopped in her tracks. It’s apparent that something terrible had hit Samsan Tech. Previously, Samsan Tech enjoyed a streak of achievements. They won against Injae Company at Demo Day, and Alex (Jasper Cho) of 2STO stated he would buy Samsan Tech for 3 billion won (approximately USD 2.7 million).

 

Near the end of the previous episode, Han Ji Pyung looked over 2STO’s contract for Samsan Tech and caught the hidden clause, “When the contract ends, your team will be broken apart.” This discovery by Han Ji Pyung may have something to do with the reactions of the Samsan Tech members shown in the stills.

 

For the unversed, Start-Up takes place in a fictional South Korean version of Silicon Valley where young dreamers set out to achieve success in the world of startup companies. Suzy stars as Seo Dal Mi, an adventurer who dreams of becoming Korea’s Steve Jobs, while Nam Joo Hyuk plays the role of Samsan Tech founder Nam Do San.

 

ALSO READ: Start Up star Kim Seon Ho REVEALS he thought Nam Joo Hyuk came straight out of a manhwa when he first saw him

 

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago
It really annoyes me when people think one hardship is more valid than the other one. Ji Pyeong had a hard childhood and challenging start in life. And I feel for him so bad, I really like his character. But don't make Do San pain less valid because he had both loving parents. I can relate to him on so many levels. It's not easy to have people root for you and believe in you when you don't believe in yourself. When you feel like a failure and everyone treats you like a genius. It's hard to meet expectations, especially when they come from people you love so much. And when you feel this love and you know that they're waiting for you to finally success, but it doesn't happen, gosh it's painful. Do San doesn't feel like he's enough. Imagine you are doing something and fail. When you are alone the only person knowing about this is you. Imagine the same situation when you have fans waiting for you to succeed but you fail. Is that easier to deal with? I don't think so. But he tries so hard, as hard as his abilities let him. He gives his all, and it's even more impressive comparing to Ji Pyeong who has a lot to give. Ji Pyeong knew Dal Mi for a long time and wanted to payback the love he got from her grandma. But Do San didn't know them, but he still wanted to make Dal Mi happy. Isn't that impressive at all? Do you have to discredit him because he didn't have tragic story from childhood? Would it be believable if all of them has traumatic experiences? You don't have to go through t
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Anonymous
1 year ago
trauma for your pain to be valid. There I said it. And I think that Do San deserves Dal Mi as much as Ji Pyeong if not more. Because he was next to her on every step, even tho he didn't have to. But her happiness was more important to him than his own.
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