Emotions run high in this episode and they drive Hye Jung into making a friend, losing one, making another friend and gaining herself an enemy. Ji Hong saves the day and Hye Jung is filled with new inspiration for life. Hye Jung proves to herself and Ji Hong that she can achieve whatever she wants to achieve but rouses Seo Woo’s jealousy in the process, leaving disaster in the wake.
A life lived with love is infinitely better than one lived with fear and just might lead to our lead’s happy ending. Tae Jin strikes back and it’s brutal in scale, especially because he has the support of Chairman Jang. Do Kyung’s mother realizes there’s yet another Hae Young in her son’s life and transfers the blame on her. The two Hae Young’s make up. Hae Young confronts Tae Jin and Do Kyung finally says the magic words.
Sometimes, when murder is at foot, the psychopath is the first one blamed. And even though one would expect a cop to go with backup whilst confronting said psychopath, it’s not always the case. We’re introduced to our couple Young Oh and Jin Sung; and our very first mystery. Things get a bit dicey when a patient dies on the table as the question is; was it his time to go? Was it an accident? Or is it murder?
History can either make you timid or bold: Hye Jung chooses to attack the world first and woe betide anyone who crosses her. Ji Hong our main guy is a teacher turned doctor with a heart of gold, a sunny personality and an idealistic view of the world that he calls realistic. Mal Soon is a grandmother who wants to give her granddaughter a chance at life and all three are interwoven in a way that their connection is what Hye Jung needs to come into her own.
Sometimes in accepting to be hurt, we give even more power to the person hurting us. Hae Young and Do Kyung’s happy moment is dampened by her mother’s disapproval of their relationship. Jin Sang and Soo Kyung take giant strides in their relationship and Do Kyung begs to live.
Sometimes we come so close to the truth and yet are blinded by our preconceptions and the secrets we keep. Joon Soo shares his secrets with Dan Tae but Dan Tae holds back. Gong Shim breaks out into her own person and refuses to give up on her love. Joon Soo makes a heartbreaking discovery and Dan Tae feels the sting of betrayal.
Falling in love is easy, admitting it is difficult, which is why we sometimes hold our breath and close our eyes as we hope the object of our affection returns the feelings. Gong Shim continues to fall in love and then works up the courage to tell Dan Tae. Dan Tae who has figured it out before she tells him the news sets out on a path of noble idiocy. Joon Soo tries to break away from his family but his secrets has Dan Tae doubting him. Dae Chul on the other hand is still managing to keep his secrets.
Messing with the wrong person can sometimes land you in hot water; or a high speed chase across the city, or in jail. Jung Do continues pulling off his con and finds out that he literarily conned the wrong person out of 5,000 dollars. Sung Il gets a taste of just how high corruption runs in the task force and considers Jung Do’s offer to bring the tax evaders to their knees.
True love is all about seeing and wanting only the best for the person you love, and Jun has it in buckets and spades. Hong Joo tells us her story and gives us an idea of what’s driving her. Poong Yeon is still focused on restoring Yeon Hee to her past self whilst Yeon Hee has moved on to a new love she must leave again, so she can live and find herself. Jun gets suspicious about Sol Gae and Hyun Seo is violated in the most vile of ways.
Getting revenge is all well and good, especially if you’ve been mistreated and unappreciated for so long. But, seeing the object of your revenge break down can also be hard. Jung Ah goes all the way with her revenge as does Choong Nam. Wan realizes that her aunts live in their own form of reality and it’s not all roses and fairytale, and then gets truly inspired to tell their stories. Seok Gyun finally comes to the realization that he’s been treating his wife horribly but it might just be too late.