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.
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Sang Il turns desperate as he tries to keep Tae Joon locked behind bars. But nobody backs Hye Kyung into a corner and walks away scot-free, especially when you do so in a court of law. Joong Won continues to be Hye Kyung’s support system although a rumor threatens to shatter that. Something really is going on under the surface of Tae Joon’s corruption charge but as always with this show, we have no idea what’s what.
Tae Joon might have betrayed his wife, but protecting her still takes top priority. Hye Kyung gets her third case and learns a secret she has to keep from Joong Won. Amber doesn’t know when to quit, Sang Il’s still on his Tae Joon must drop the trial refrain and our two guys meet with Hye Kyung in the middle.
Hye Kyung gets yet another case that adds to the mystery that’s her husband’s conviction. Tae Joon continues to help behind the scenes but is he helping her or helping himself? Joong Won’s not as idealistic as he once was but he still offers support and Hye Kyung’s got yet another win in the bag.
Things are rarely what they seem, especially in the case of law and politics. Everything comes crashing down for Hye Kyung, but she’s got a spine of steel and the will to survive and she’s on her way to the top, gaining every worthy inch one successful case at a time.