Taxi Driver Season 2, the crime thriller drama directed by Lee Dan, features a talented cast including Lee Je-hoon, Kim Eui-sung, Pyo Ye-jin, Jang Hyuk-jin, Bae Yoo-ram, and Shin Jae-ha, among others. This sequel promises to deliver new adventures for the Rainbow Taxi crew as they face off against a fresh set of criminals, while also encountering some old enemies seeking revenge.
With bigger and more dangerous challenges ahead, the team will need to stay on their toes as they navigate the thrilling game of vigilante justice. Additionally, the show will introduce new members to the crew, bringing new looks and fresh faces to the mix.
The series will run for 16 episodes and is set to air on SBS in the Friday-Saturday slot at 10 PM, previously occupied by the show “Payback: Money and Power.” The latest episode, Taxi Driver Season 2 Episode 4, has a runtime of 64 minutes. Get ready for another exciting installment of Taxi Driver!
-Taxi Driver Season 2 Episode 4 Recap Contains Spoilers-
In Taxi Driver season 2 episode 4, Do-gi encounters the fraudulent gang after their truck breaks down. He gives them directions to a service station and leaves. Later, when the gang arrives at the station, they find Do-gi working there. This infuriates their boss, Yoo Sang-gi, who cannot contain his anger. Meanwhile, the Rainbow Taxi team begins their work, stopping the gang’s fraudulent methods according to plan.
Ha-joon tries to enter the team’s secret basement, but Sung-chul stops him. The gang members badmouth Sang-gi, and the Rainbow Taxi team overhears their conversation. They come up with a plan to divert Sang-gi’s attention to Sung-chul, who poses as a senile but wealthy old man. The gang members break into his house and search for his fortune.
Kyung-goo and Jin-eon search through their belongings but find nothing. Do-gi approaches Sang-gi, who is also trying to find clues to the fortune’s location. They end up in the middle of farmland and find nothing, frustrating Sang-gi. They decide to follow Sung-chul, making things harder for him.
Sung-chul seeks Do-gi’s help and asks to go to a show. Go-eun joins as a part-time singer, and Sung-chul shows an interest in her. This sparks an idea in Sang-gi’s mind that she could be of help to them. The team prepares for the next part of the plan, and Go-eun tricks the gang into chasing her in their truck. They end up at an open space, and the truck falls down a cliff, leaving Sang-gi shocked and aggrieved.
Taxi Driver Season 2 Episode 4 Ending
The fourth episode of Taxi Driver season 2 concludes with a flashback where Do-gi suspects that Sang-gi has hidden the stolen money in the truck. Do-gi, Kyung-goo, and Jin-eon investigate the truck one night and find all the stolen money. Do-gi’s plan is to have the truck fall down the cliff to make Sang-gi feel the same despair he had caused his victims.
In the present, Sang-gi surrounds Sung-chul again and witnesses him falling down the cliff, presumed to be dead. Sang-gi is now mad and rushes to find the treasure alone with a map in his hand, while his comrades are left behind. Do-gi punishes Sang-gi’s comrades while Sang-gi continues to search for the treasure, following the red flags. However, some of these flags are warning signs for mines in the ground, which Sang-gi steps on and ultimately receives his punishment.
Meanwhile, Ha-joon’s curiosity leads him back to the closet where he finds a button on the wall that slowly descends him into the basement. Moreover, someone has their eyes on the Rainbow Taxi team and has followed Do-gi to their base.
Taxi Driver Season 2 Episode 4 Review
The latest episode of Taxi Driver has left fans on the edge of their seats with an exciting ending that promises even more to come. The show continues to strike a great balance between humor and drama, with just the right amount of action to keep viewers engaged.
One of the things I appreciate about this season is how it’s not solely focused on Do-gi, but also explores the other characters in the show, bringing out new sides of them. The team truly embodies the spirit of a secret gang fighting for justice and are able to blend in seamlessly in any situation.
Meanwhile, Ha-joon’s insatiable curiosity is sure to make him an invaluable member of the team, especially with the possibility of a mysterious stranger following them. It seems like he’ll be a crucial addition to the Rainbow Taxi team going forward.
Overall, this was a highly enjoyable and entertaining episode that expertly continues to build the story’s momentum.