Becoming addicted to murder (and taking some inspiration from the Joker), Ji-Woon began kidnapping victims and weaving in their screams into his music in secret. When the executives of Mightee One caught on, they restricted his creative control over his music, an insult he repaid by kidnapping the board members in an elaborate murder plot. Just as he was about to kill his producer Yun-Jin, however, The Fog called to Ji-Woon to become its next killer.
This of course sets up Yun-Jin as this chapter’s survivor. Yun-Jin was rejected as an idol trainee and instead joined the fictional Mightee One company as an intern and later became the label’s biggest hit-maker, though she was never able to take credit for her hits. Looking to turn her new group NO SPIN into stars, she recruited Ji-Woon as its newest member.
When the rest of the band died in the fire accident, Yun-Jin rebranded Ji-Woon as a solo act called The Trickster. Unfortunately for her, Ji-Woon’s violent tendencies would take him from being a K-Pop star into a killer for The Fog.
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The All-Kill chapter is available today on the PTB for Steam and later officially on Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S.
Matt T.M. Kim is News Editor at IGN.