Jin dove into the sea and found Sun, who'd escaped the ship by jumping into the water. "), The men initially kept Naomi's presence a secret, but Sayid later spoke to the camp about her and about his distrust of Jack and Juliet. Ethan later attacked Jin after Claire's kidnapping and return, and Sun tended to his wounds. They later saw the Others go by in almost unearthly silence. Like really, really sad. ("The Moth")  ("Confidence Man")  ("...In Translation") ("Do No Harm"), Michael rebuilt the raft with Jin's help. Jin said he'd learned English so they could live in America; Sun, however, favored returning to Korea. ("House of the Rising Sun") ("Exodus, Part 2"), After crashing on the Island, Jin isolated himself and his wife from the others. On hearing they'd arrived on a plane, Jin told Radzinsky at the Flame station to check if one had arrived. Jin and Sun, who neither spoke English, were unmarried and engaged in a taboo relationship because Jin was still an employee of Sun's father, Mr. Paik. Hurley tried and failed to maintain their story; he denied the Korean War's existence, to Jin's annoyance. Later Kate got a phone call and we see her and Aaron go to the penthouse of a hotel where it turns out she met Sun. "Exodus, Part 2""LA X, Parts 1 & 2""The Last Recruit""The End" Eko knocked them out and put them in Ana Lucia's tiger pit. Jin demanded a gun to protect his wife, but Jack refused. One of the stray bullets hit Sun in the abdomen, and she revealed she was pregnant, much to Jin's surprise. As a member of DHARMA security, he may have visited more stations. The producers assured fans last season that Jin would be seen again -- in life or death. The group later watched people evacuate the island by sub. ("Tricia Tanaka Is Dead")  ("Enter 77")  ("Par Avion"), Jin accompanied Hurley and Sawyer in their search for Paulo after Nikki's sudden death. "), ...to secretly deliver watch to Mr. Paik's associate in Sydney, ...to secretly deliver watch to Mr. Paik's associate in Los Angeles, Jin Has a Temper-Tantrum on the Golf Course. They eventually though learned to understand each other. The couple and Sayid returned to camp on foot. ("LaFleur"). Sayid sacrifices himself to get the bomb away from them, but the explosion rocks the sub, and Sun is trapped under debris as the sub fills with water. Jin, of course, declined it, saying, "no, you can't." "The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" The language barrier thwarted them at first, and Michael's frequent yelling annoyed Jin. When an explosion proved imminent, Michael insisted Jin return abovedeck. He has come a long way with speaking however, finishing entire sentences without many pauses. Jin and Sun were the sixteenth and seventeenth main characters to die. As we know, jin dies some point in the story. Jin-Sun Kwon ("Sun" instead of "Soo") is a character in the video game, Two Jin-centric episodes have ellipses in front of them, ". In order to avoid being killed, Ben promises to offer proof to Sun that Jin is still alive. He washed ashore on the north side of the island, and the tail section survivors found him, tied him up and interrogated him. Eventually Ana Lucia let Eko take Sawyer to Jack, and later let Jin, Libby and Bernard go as well. Jin returned to the Island, time traveling to 1974, where he joined the DHARMA Initiative as a security officer for three years. He worked hard as a kitchen helper until he became a waiter. The Cutest Couples At The 2019 ACM Awards, The Celebrity Throwback Pics You Need To See, Where Are They Now: The Cast Of 'The O.C. ("The Variable")  ("Follow the Leader")  ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2"), Jin awoke and told Hurley he knew from experience that they'd traveled through time. The team dismissed his questions about a helicopter as ranting and asked him about a radio tower. Mr. Kwon, a fisherman, proudly raised Jin as his son, though he himself isn't sure that he is Jin's real father. In the airport, customs officials discovered and confiscated Jin's money, detaining him so long that he missed his appointment with Keamy at a restaurant. A stranger showed up though, and blessed their marriage in fluent Korean. Danielle turned her gun on Jin, thinking he too was sick, but her shot missed, and Jin time-traveled once again. Despite that, he caught fish and offered it to several in the camp. Jin wanted to help his friend, but Sun convinced him to stay, saying she would not be able to handle the stress of again worrying about him. The next day, Locke cut off the handcuffs Jin had worn for the past month and a half. ("The Other 48 Days")  ("Adrift")  ("Orientation") ("Everybody Hates Hugo"), The combined group decided to trek to the safer side of the Island. ("The Lie")  ("This Place Is Death")  ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham"), Jin survived the explosion and his unconscious body, within the source's radius, floated on a wreckage and traveled through time over several days. Working for the DHARMA Initiative, he spent three years among English speakers and can now speak the language fluently. Their try failed when Desmond interrupted, claiming he was hunting a boar. In the airport restroom though, he encountered a man employed by Mr. Paik who threatened him not to try escaping. Profession 33 (at time of death) When Sun gave birth, she called out for her husband in delirium. They first postponed their honeymoon for Jin's training; he gave her a white flower in its place. Drowned A few days later, after the survivors found a ping pong table in the jungle, Sawyer suggested a match, and Jin suggested that he withhold nicknames for a week if he lost. ("...And Found"), They returned to the main group and Jin demanded better treatment for Sawyer, whose bullet wound was affecting him. He gave Locke his wedding ring to present as proof that Jin truly died. They headed to the Swan site, and Jin stayed out of the ensuing gunfight with Hurley and an injured Sayid. The coast guard flew the Oceanic 6 to Honolulu press conference, where Sun said in English that Jin had died during the crash. ("This Place Is Death"), After one more time shift, Jin found himself in 1974. Jin soon learned though that "sending a message" meant killing, and when an assassin accompanied him on his next trip, Jin beat the victim severely to stop the assassin from murdering him. When Jin arrived on the Island, he had no knowledge of the English language, which left him alienated from the rest of the survivors. Jin gave his wedding ring to Locke, telling Locke to never bring her back to the island. In a flashforward, Sun gets revenge on her father by buying a controlling interest in Paik Auto Industries. Jin aided with the construction of the second. https://lostpedia.fandom.com/wiki/Jin-Soo_Kwon?oldid=1124009. Jin happily reunited with Sun at the cockpit, and the two sided with Jack when the survivors divided. In 1988, Danielle Rousseau's shipwrecked science expedition discovered him. His first attempt sent him right back to the island, into the hands of a hostile group of other survivors. Sun told Kate that she left the baby with her mother back home. He came to her room that night, planning to leave afterward, late, for the restaurant. The real tear jerker is the death of the latter characters Sun and Jin as they die in a Titanic-like scene where Jin desperately struggles to save Sun while she begs for him to leave. They went to the main camp, and, after several days trekking, Jin reunited with his wife.