Yeon Joo just can’t seem to avoid getting sucked into W, and this time around, she’s all up for using unorthodox means to return home. Seong Moo helps us understand how things start to unravel for him. Chul puts his genius mind to the test and Yeon Joo confirms that her position’s moved from supporting to main character.
Young Ok’s still insistent on not cracking in front of Joon Young. Eun Soo continues to terrify us with just how much she knows and all she’s keeping hidden. Jung Eun’s close to the tipping point. Hyun Joon still misses Young Ok and Joon Young comes clean with his feelings (here’s hoping Eul believes him, although I doubt she will).
Hye Jung and Ji Hong reach a new level of understanding and give us a mind-blowing kiss to celebrate them making up. Yoon Do continues to be his awesome self. Soo Ji’s finally rescued from her creepster ‘husband’ and Hye Jung and Ji Hong’s relationship continues to bloom.
The Jins prove to us yet again that they’re merely children living in the bodies of adults. It’s not just Seo Woo people. We can add her grandfather and father to the list as well. Hye Jung and Ji Hong still haven’t dealt with their issues. In Joo’s back in the picture although she’s way better now. And Ji Hong suffers a devastating loss.
Young Oh’s like a blossoming plant, opening up to new emotions, one petal at a time. Although he can’t necessarily give a name to everything he’s feeling. We learn more about Gun Myung’s relationship with Young Oh and how he is responsible in more ways than one for how Young Oh turned out. And unfortunately for Gun Myung, there’s someone from his past, around to stir things up.
Hye Kyung gets a case that hits close to home and proves just how sane she’s remained in the midst of all her drama. Not everyone can say the same.Joon Ho proves that with all his bluster, he’s still basically a kid. Joong Won finally comes clean with the feelings he felt in the past, although he says nothing about his present feelings and we learn the truth of the accident and how much Hye Kyung’s really had to sacrifice for Tae Joon.
Our con duo are dealt a devastating blow that’s even more painful for Jung Do because he wasn’t expecting it (quite frankly, neither was I). Sung Il took a man he’s not trusted in six years, at his word. Commissioner Ahn remains a slimeball. Choi Chul Woo really is a smart cookie and our bromance’s been shattered. At least for this week.
Rapidly dropping secrets and actions leave us all stunned as we realize that whatever game we think Jung Do can play, he’s playing it at a far greater level than we could have ever imagined. Jung Do’s betrayed his team and taken off. But the acts reverberates because it succeeds in bringing Bang Pil Gyu down and bringing Jung Do one step closer towards the big bad himself. And although we wish Jung Do had filled Sung Il in, we still can’t be sure if Sung Il being in the dark isn’t part of Jung Do’s initial plan. Jung Do you sly person you. Good job :D.
Joon Young’s missing and Eul shows that under pressure, she totally forgets her skills as an investigative reporter and just rides with the waves. Everyone’s keeping secrets, looking at you there Eun Soo and Jung Eun and everyone’s searching for Joon Young. Eul finally finds him, but Joon Young’s done waiting for her.
We delve further into our characters, who get even better as we go along. Yeon Joo might have found a way of teleporting that’s way better than Boong Do’s (Queen Inhyun’s man). Chul proves that he’s very smart and very smexy. Seong Moo’s losing his mind and something else has its finger in this story that’s driving the characters and the viewers out of their minds.