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Parent issues ("Lost"'s recurring theme):
-Jin is forced to work for Mr. Paik, Sun's father, and is forced to hurt other people.
-Jin is estranged from his father, just because he's a fisherman.
When Shannon goes to speak to Locke in the jungle, the blood on Locke's left cheek switches places when he says "Should I be writing this down?" compared to where it is during the rest of the scene.
When Jin goes to the house of Byung Han for the first time, his daughter is watching TV. If you look closely, Hurley is being interviewed.
After Jin goes to Byung Han's house, an associate in the back seat tells him to drive 8 kilometers away.
The raft will only hold 4 people.
Island events in this episode take place on October 23rd, October 24th and October 25th 2004.
The Korean text during the Hurley part can be translated as him being a prize-winner in some kind of contest.
At one point we hear what English sounds like to Jin; everything sound backwards and far away, but a few words and phrases are clearly understood. Perhaps Jin actually knows a bit of English (maybe not a functional level, yet).
When Jin was packing up to leave and Sun was pleading with him to stay and start over, she stopped speaking Korean and said a few lines in English before going back to Korean. Jin reacted as if he understood what she said in English. Perhaps not a goof, but a sign that Jin might actually know some English.
During his flashback(s), while he is washing his hands, Jin's shirt magically cleans itself. At the beginning of the scene it's quite bloody, but by the end of the scene it's much less bloody - most notably the right sleeve. (The scene is exactly as it appeared in 'House of the Rising Sun' [episode 01.06].)
When Locke and Shannon are talking in the forest, Locke wipes blood on his cheek horizontally. In a later shot it appears vertically, then reverts back again.
Kate: How much longer are you gonna let him treat you this way?
Sun: He's my husband.
Kate: Yeah. A husband you're afraid to tell you speak English. I'm trying to understand, Sun.
Sun: He wasn't always like this. He used to tell me how beautiful I looked to him. He was so tender. And then he was different.
Kate: What changed him?
Boone: (to Sayid) Let me tell you about my sister. She likes older men, guys who can take care of her. My guess is in this place you fit the bill. She'll make you feel like the greatest guy ever while you get her food or whatever it is that she needs. And when she gets whatever it is that she wants, she'll move on. When she does, don't take it personally, man.
Sawyer: (To Jin) You're pretty scared, huh? Scared, you understand scared, don't you? Huh? If you ain't, you're going to be, Bruce. Folks down on the beach might have been doctors and accountants a month ago, but it's Lord of the Flies time, now.
Sayid: It's very possible your sister and I are going to become more than just friends.
Boone: What is this? Some Middle Eastern thing? You want my blessing or something?
Sayid: Do you have a past in the Navy you neglected to tell me about?
Sayid: How does a woman like you learn to tie a perfect bolen knot?
Shannon: By dating guys with sailboats?
Sayid: Since you bring it up. I've been worried since I first met you that you might end up being a spinster.
Shannon: Spending my Saturday nights alone at home, tying knots?
Sayid: Perhaps with an overweight aunt? It's a very sad image.
Shannon: Maybe we should get some rope, spend a Saturday night alone together, and see what happens.
Sun: When I slapped you I was protecting you.
Michael: Oh, yeah? From what?
Sun: From Jin. You don't know what he's capable of.
Michael: It's not my problem. It's yours.
Michael: (about the raft) Hey man, it's not the Queen Mary. I've only got room for 4 people. There's one open spot.
Jack: Who took the other one?
Sawyer: What's the matter, Doc? Feelin' left out?
Jack: You're taking Sawyer with you?
Sawyer: Yep, bought myself a ticket on this little tub. Let me tell you, the fare was steep. (He tosses Michael a coil of cable). I could've used that cable to hold up the whole east wing of my new beach house.
Jack: You sold him a spot?
Michael: I needed the halyards for the mast.
Sawyer: Good thing I'm a saver, not a spender, huh, Doc?
Mr. Paik (in Korean): Why would I give my daughter to a man who sells his own dreams so easily?
Jin: Because -- she is my dream. Sir.
Locke: Why would any one of us block an attempt to get home? We're so intent on pointing the finger at one another that we're ignoring the simple undeniable truth that the problem isn't here it's there! They've attacked us, sabotaged us, abducted us, murdered us! Maybe it's time we stop blaming us and start worrying about them. We're not the only people on this island and we all know it!
Sun: I was going to leave you. I was going to get away. But you made me change my mind. You made me think that you still loved me! (In Korean) I want to go back to the begining. Can't we...just start all over?
Jin: (In Korean) It's too late.
(Sun starts crying)
Locke: Sure, you can yell at Boone 'til you're blue in the face, but all you're doing is giving him what he wants.
Shannon: Yeah, what's that?
Locke: Your attention. Everyone gets a new life on this island, Shannon. Maybe it's time you start yours.
Sun: My husband is many things. But he is not a liar.
Sawyer: You gonna lecture us about lying, Betty? From the look on his face (pointing to Jin) even your old man here didn't know you speak English!
Sayid: What was that for? (talking about the kiss)
Shannon: Everyone gets a new life on this island. I'd like to start now.
(Sees Locke using a knife to cut a rat open)
Shannon: Oh, gross!
Locke: "Gross" to you, "dinner" to me.
Shannon: Boone; where is he?
Locke: Don't know...
Shannon: What do you mean you don't know? You two are like jungle pals.
Charlie (reacting to the knowledge that Sun speaks English): You speak English?
Hurley: Didn't see that one coming.
Right before the part where Sawyer takes Jin through the jungle, we see him taking Jin over the golf course.
- Denmark: April 29, 2005 on Kanal 5
- Greece: August 26, 2008 at 23.00 on ANT1
The song that Hurley listens to on his discman is "Delicate" by Damien Rice.
This episode is the companion piece for earlier episode "House of the Rising Sun." The flashbacks in this episode tell Jin's side of the story.
A Jin-centric episode.
After Sun tells everyone that Jin is not a liar, Sawyer says "You going to lecture us about lying... "Betty"?". It's a reference to Betty White, a regular participant on the television game show Liar's Club.
Jin: (to his father) Her father wants me to deliver watches to his associates in Sydney and Los Angeles.
In China, giving a watch is a gift that symbolises the end of a person's long lasting job. So giving watches is a gentle way of saying his job is to fire people. Also, note that Jin probably did a job in Sydney when he was there with his wife, and was going to fire yet more people in Los Angeles.
Episode title: Lost...In Translation
The title appears as Lost...In Translation. This could refer to a recent 2003 film "Lost in Translation" starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johannson.
Sawyer: You're pretty scared? You understand scared, don't ya? If you ain't, you're gonna be, Bruce.
Most likely a reference to Bruce Lee, famed martial artist and kung-fu movie star. Of course, Bruce Lee was Chinese and not Korean, but it's given that Sawyer either doesn't know or doesn't care.
Sawyer: ...it's Lord of the Flies time now.
Lord of the Flies is a novel about a group of British schoolboys who crash-land on a deserted island and gradually descend into hedonism and barbarism.
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