Unsettled by Dal Bong touching her face to check her fever, Seo Wool goes back to her room and sighs.
What?! He even had a good childhood? What's is this guy's problem?!
Kang Shim had just received a warning from Madam Baek to mind her behavior with Tae Joo since she has seen Kang Shim's high heels at Tae Joo's house. Frustrated that Tae Joo is having the time of his life when she has to suffer all the consequences of keeping secrets on his behalf, Kang Shim decides to ditch Tae Joo and head home.
Trying to maintain a smiling face, Tae Joo keeps checking his phone in hopes Kang Shim will soon rescue him from the marriage meet. Kang Shim's rescue never came, instead Tae Joo receives a text from her bidding him goodbye.
Tae Joo reacts with disbelieve at being ditched and his university takes the opportunity to ask "Sunbae, are you in love?"
Tae Joo "What are you talking about?"
"Well, Sunbae, you are acting like someone who just got ditched by his girlfriend."
Seo Wool goes to see Eun Ho and asks him why he would pull such a prank so many years ago . Eun Ho tells Seo Wool that he honestly can't remember why he did it. The only thing he knows is that he is regreting that decision like crazy and begs Seo Wool to stay with him.
Frustrated, President Moon yells "And you said you are not getting married? Since you don't have any sense of responsibilities, with you as the director I won't have you playing and seducing women!"
Completely confused, Tae Joo watches President Moon storm off.
I wonder if he is disapproving of Kang Shim because of her background or is he actually really cool and is worrying about his son hurting his precious secretary?
Young Sul is convinced Kang Shim is dating her boss and ends up convincing Daddy Cha and Auntie Cha to question Kang Shim. The three corners Kang Shim and an argument strats when Young Sul starts to mention Kang Shim's ex-boyfriend who abandoned her. Furious, Kang Shim brings up Young Sul's gambling debts and soon the two women is in a full blown fight.
Dal Bong "just happens" to be in front of his house when Seo Wool comes home. Trying to patch things up, Dal Bong casually offers that he and Seo Wool can at least be friends. Speechless at Dal Bong's friendship suggestion, Seo Wool storms off leaving a confused Seo Wool.
Smiling, Tae Joo starts to ask Kang Shim if she minded that much that he was having a good time with another woman. Huffing with indigination, Kang Shim strongly refutes the possibility. In the middle of what looks suspiciously like a lovers tiff, Tae Joo remembers his junior's question about him being in love, and Kang Shim remembers Young Sul's accusation of her being in love as well.
Snapping to attention, Kang Shim and Tae Joo quickly revert back to their distant and professional self.
Realizing his giant mistake, Dal Bong tries to talk to Seo Wool again, but before he could even get a word out, Seo Wool informs him that being friends is not a bad idea after all.
Kang Shim tells Young Sul that it's time for them to shake hands on account of how much effort their parents is putting into their act.
Frenemy once again, Young Sul reminiscences about Kang Shim's jerky ex-boyfriend Byeon Woo Tak who they assume is happily married by now.
While Young Sul is complaining how Kang Shim's attorney ex can be living so well when he is so bad, the very same ex is buying tofu from Daddy Cha. Apparently, the jerky attorney ex has just opened up a firm right around the corner from Kang Shim's house.
Wow, didn't expect him to show up. This is going to fun for Tae Joo.
Little kid "I am Cha In Woo. I am Cha Kang Jae's son."
Daddy Cha faints.
Wow, so many new elements introduced into the story in such a short amount of time! But I am quite excited. The story was starting to fall into a pattern and nothing jerks everything out of orbit as fast as the appearance of an ex AND surprise posterity. I guess Kang Jae's honeymoon is really over.... You know, for such a stiff guy, Kang Jae sure is popular with the ladies.
I am really excited to see what Kang Shim's ex is going to do to Tae Joo's self denial. Plus, I think I am going to enjoy watching a jealous Tae Joo...
I am intrigued by how they will write Seo Wool's character from now on. For a girl who is so stuck on the "fated one" concept it will be interesting to see how she reacts to Eun Ho now that he has the title back.