"Hold out baits to entice the enemy. Feign disorder, and crush him" ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War, is exactly what Vincenzo and team have done. Lure your enemy out in the open, make them believe you have something substantial when, in fact, you have nothing, and crush them. I love it.
Vincenzo and Cha Young work well together because they aren't scared of getting their hands dirty. So I appreciated Cha Young realizing that she may need to get more than dirt on her hands and letting Vincenzo know whatever he did. It wouldn't change her perception of him. It seemed like he needed that reassurance. She's also come to appreciate him for who he is rather than what he seems. It's also the same reason the G Plaza appreciates Vincenzo and is willing to do anything to help him. I mean, it's in their interest as well, but it's also more than that. They've come to consider him as part of them.
I loved Vincezo and the Plaza's taunting of Jun Woo and Woosung. That whole plaza may be crazy, but they sure are resourceful with each member holding a secret or two, with laundry guy Tak Hong Shik being the best. I love the Plaza. I really, really hope Jo Young Woon reflects on his actions as Vincenzo's trusted friend. I can understand getting anxious about the gold, but betraying Vincenzo now will most definitely have consequences even if he doesn't see it like that. As they say, the saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from one's enemies.
I expected Woosang's Han Seung Hyuk to make a move against Jang Jun Woo sooner or later, and who better than Jang Han Seo to do it for him. What better way to do it than to pit the two brothers against each other. I am sure he could see the writing on the wall when it came to Jun Woo, and he is right, sooner or later, Jun Woo will come for Woosung too. Basically, Jang Han Seo has been using the same strategy on his brother, charming and ingratiating himself to Jun Woo, and once he's gained his trust, he plans to attack him in secret. Brilliant strategy if he can pull it off, of course. Not that I really care which brother survives. They both deserve each other.
Vincenzo was brilliant at setting up his plan in motion and luring Babel's real chairman out in the open. It worked like a charm. And now that they all know, including Cha Young, I wonder how things will go from here, especially for Jun Woo now that he's lost his anonymity. Watch episode 10 here.