While Five-0 investigates the death of a muckraking reporter, Jenna returns to ask McGarrett for help finding her fiancé in North Korea--which is actually part of Wo Fat's revenge plot--and Joe White leads the mission to bring them home.

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Episode credited cast:
... Steve McGarrett
... Danny Williams
... Chin Ho Kelly
... Kono Kalakaua
... Max Bergman
... Lori Weston
... Frank Bama
... Wo Fat
... Jenna Kaye
... Malia Waincroft
... Wade Gutches
... Joe White
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Bethany Morris
Eric Choi ... Sung Paek
Michael Cowell ... Leonard Baxter
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While the murder of reporter Bethany Morris puzzles the team, Steve accepts on the spot to go to North Korea with CIA analyst Jenna Kaye who assures him her fiancé, agent Jonathan, is being held there by rebels who demand ransom. Steve soon spots a trap, but is captured when Jenna turns on him. While they are incarcerated and tortured by Wo Fat, who wants father McKenna's findings, the team back in Hawai works out Jenna was playing a dirty game. Joe White and some of Steve's SEAL mates help them mount an instant officious rescue mission. Written by KGF Vissers

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Final episode to feature Larisa Oleynik as Jenna Kaye. See more »

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The terrain portrayed as North Korea looks nothing like the actual countryside in the Korean peninsula. The terrain is portrayed as a thick jungle, quite obviously filmed in another part of Hawaii, while the actual North Korean landscape is mostly forest covered mountains with cold dirt and mud embankments. See more »

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Frank Bama: Hey. There's a bridge up that road about a mile up. How about we put that RPG to good use there? You ever fired one?
Lori Weston: No.
Frank Bama: It'll mess your hair up, but just like any old gun - just point and shoot.
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Agreeing with pmapitkanen
14 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

I enjoyed the episode, as I have all of them so far. Some are funnier than others. Sometimes they are just way over the top. This one was funnier than most because of the ridiculousness of just about everything related to Korea, both north and south. Along with the atrocious Korean spoken by the "Koreans", most of which was little more than gibberish with a couple well-known swear words thrown in and the outlandish South Korean bar and location, the geography was all wrong. Considering that Kaesong is a sizable city right on the boarder with a large modern economic zone near by built and funded by SK companies, "20 miles south of Kaesong" is a totally ridiculous location for old Korean War bunkers. In fact 20 miles due south of the old city of Kaesong puts you right smack in the middle of the very modern city of Inchon. The DMZ is only about 8 miles due south and less than 5 miles to the east of old Kaesong. Also there are very few large trees in Most of NK. The bunker, itself, was in much too fine shape to be left over from the war that ended over 60 years ago--modern, working electricity when even hospitals in the area go without for most of the time? And all those wooden cargo pallets in great shape! They would have been salvaged for building materials or firewood years ago. And, the whole idea of a humanitarian mission to SK to vaccinate kids? Come on. SK has one of the best modern health-care systems around and their medical people are always off on humanitarian missions to other parts of the world. Anyway, like I said, very entertaining but perhaps not as the writers intended.


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