**Warning – Major spoilers ahead**

Netflix’s new Korean drama series, My Name, has fans riveted to the action and we discuss who killed Ji-woo’s father and reveal the killer.

Directed by Kim Jin-min and starring Han So-hee, Park Hee-soon, and Ahn Bo-hyun, My Name follows Ji-woo who enlists to work under a powerful crime boss and enroll in the police force, all in an attempt to find who killed her father.

My Name | Official Trailer | Netflix

My Name | Official Trailer | Netflix

Who killed Ji-woo’s father?

Mu-jin was the one who killed Dong-hoon. 

From the very beginning of the series, Mu-jin made Ji-woo believe that a police officer killed her father. 

It was revealed that Tae-Ju – a loyal worker for Mu-jin and killer of Captain Cha Gi-ho – wanted to kill Dong-hoon, but it was Mu-jin that ended up killing him. 

Mu-jin had previously found a listening device within a lighter gifted to him by Dong-hoon. Upon searching his room, Mu-jin found a typewriter and a service pistol. 

When Dong-hoon was going to meet his daughter, Mu-jin turned up on the doorstep, dressed in a hoodie, and proceeded to shoot Dong-hoon. 

Mu-jin continued to manipulate Ji-woo into believing that her father’s killer was a police officer and she was subsequently coerced into joining the police force to be a mole for Mu-jin.

Ji-woo learned about her father’s real killer when Gi-ho handed over her father’s last letter to her.

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Will the Netflix show return for season 2?

My Name has not been renewed for season 2 by Netflix at the time of writing.

Studio Santa Claus Entertainment – the production company behind My Name – has not announced any renewal either.

However, fans have provided a great reception to the series, offering hope for its continuation into season 2.

On the other hand, the first season did wrap up the narrative quite nicely in the finale, which could promise a separate storyline for Ji-woo in the sequel.

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