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Preview: Vincenzo Ep 16 (Spoilers)

Preview: Vincenzo Ep 16 (Spoilers)

Vincenzo has found himself in trouble again! This is becoming a regular occurrence for Vincenzo. We all know he is going to get out of it, but how?

The Text and video preview are below. Check out our Vincenzo Character Chart to better understand our shorthand nomenclature and to get an idea of all the main characters in Vincenzo.

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English Translation

CY – You were trapped right?

JW – I have to use the most efficient way

JW – [They’ll] never be able to find it ever

VC – I have o find the guy that lured me first

VC – I want to punish everyone who tries to build the Babel tower

MH – Vincenzo can turn Korea upside down

JW – I am going to keep the Gunga plaza as a souvenir from history

CY – Please make him pay

VC – You have to die now while slowly feeling increasing degrees of pain.

VC – Die.

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4 Comments

  1. Berta Banks
    April 11, 2021 / 8:52 am

    Is there a reason that the program had two swastikas in the door in the last program. I don’t believe you understand the pain in seeing that. where you aware if tge significance?

    • V
      Author
      April 11, 2021 / 9:06 am

      The swastika is a Buddhist symbol which means something very different from what it means in the West. I believe it means peace and harmony or something of the like in Buddhism (it is a positive and peaceful symbol in Buddhism). Hitler basically destroyed that meaning during WWII in the West, but Buddhist still use this symbol. (Though that is my very basic understanding so if anyone knows more then let us know)

      • V
        Author
        April 11, 2021 / 9:07 am

        Though of course it is a very painful symbol in the West which is why it is jarring to see it on Buddhist temples.

  2. Alejandro Carcamo
    June 27, 2021 / 11:04 am

    This is one of the issues of human intolerance … we think everything must be forged and related to ourselves.
    Cultures and civilizations have their own ways , symbols, rituals etc that make each of them unique… sometimes matching or very different than others.
    Finding issues opposed or offensive to our cultures … is just our own ego and intolerance.
    We think the world must exist to our own image.

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