Even from the dead, your secret can still come back and bite you in the ass. Jo Deul Ho makes an almost fatal mistake. Chief Prosecutor Shim thinks he’s gotten away with it all. We’re treated to a depressing twist that comes as a surprise. Ji Wook’s still blind but Chief Prosecutor Shim finally meets the beginning of the end.
Sometimes all you need is a loud scream and a long kiss. Do Kyung finally breaks away from other Hae Young. Tae Jin tells the whole truth. Hae Young considers going back to Tae Jin, then a smoking hot kiss has her reconsidering everything.
Sometimes, the very things we seek are hidden right underneath our nose. Dan Tae still doesn’t know how to tell a woman that he likes her. Gong Shim is still her adorable self. Joon Soo keeps encountering Gong Mi who still can’t tell the truth and we get a glimpse of Joon Pyo’s kidnapper.
Once in a while, the universe thinks to give you a break and usually at the nick of time. Ok Nyeo finds refuge in Mama Yoon’s house, but not for long. Tae Won learns to take chances to save Ok Nyeo’s life. Lord Yoon and Jung Nan Jung collude to get Ok Nyeo killed, only to have to face the music when they can’t pull it off.
Some can of worms aren’t opened with a can opener but with a picture. Seok Gyun and Jung Ah are hit with the truth. Nan Hee, Sung Jae and Choong Nam are caught in a triangle and everyone else steps around their dating landmine.
Sometimes you don’t know what you’re feeling till you’re hit on the head with something as light as two movie tickets. Gong Mi gets a comeuppance in unemployment and blacklisting. Gong Shim’s performance at work perks up with an apology from Joon Soo and much needed advice and Dan Tae puts a name on the emotion he’s feeling. Or at least we hope he has.
Sometimes, you need the truth to stare you in the face before you realize, you’re fucked. Really fucked. Ok Nyeo finally discovers who’s out for her head and tells the truth. Lord Yoon finds out that killing the Queen’s first love is a terrible terrible idea. Tae Won has one more reason to hate his father and treasurer Ji goes down the history records as being one of the best surrogate fathers, ever.
Sometimes, destiny meets with fate to lead you to making the dumbest of choices. Jun almost has Ok, and then loses to him. Poong Yeon is still searching for his father, Hong Joo has finally found Yeon Hee and Yeon Hee and Jun meet five years later with him a wanted man and her a witch. Oh, and people are still literarily losing their hearts. Who said fairytales were pretty?
People are always more than they seem, if you just take your time to look beneath the surface. We learn more about Choong Nam, Young Won and even Wan herself. Hee Ja and Jung Ah breathe a sigh of relief, an old love is here to shake things up and Yeon Ha’s history with Wan is a tearjerker.
Playing with fire not only burns you in the moment, it leaves you with scars. Queen Shim crosses Hong Joo and pays the price, Yeon Hee continues to work towards breaking the curse, alongside a name change, Heo Jun suffers a loss but plans his revenge and Hong Joo… Hong Joo continues to play with fire.