Question of the hour: Maybe everyone needs their own Young Seol who will go work tirelessly to help you set up new romances and warn the jerky ex off?
Kang Jae finally finds his "son's" mother Hee Jin at the hospital.
Hee Jin "You got married? To whom?"
Kang Jae "To the daughter of this hospital's director."
Hee Jin "Life is sure funny. I wanted it so bad, but lost everything, but you who didn't care, gained it all."
Kang Jae "This could all be thanks to you. The me who is the son of a tofu store owner got abandoned and became a pathetic worthless thing. That was what started me on the path to become the me I am currently."
Hmm... In Woo is seven years old but Kang Jae and Hee Jin broke up at least eight years ago and sounds like she was already in a relationship with someone else... but I guess there still could be a chance In Woo is Kang Jae's son.
Understandably, Kang Shim is highly suspicious of the man's promise until the scammer let it slip that Tae Joo is the one behind his sudden change of heart.
Professor Kwon calls Kang Jae to a nearby park and questions him about In Woo. Kang Jae promises the Professor that In Woo is not his son but Professor Kwon insists that Yeo Jin be transfer to another hospital in order to avoid anymore gossip.
Eun Ho pushes Seo Wool to give him a chance to win her back but Seo Wool is convinced her feeling for Dal Bong won't change.
Why is this kid still working, he should just go home and watch every cooking show he could find.
Professor Kwon finds out about Yeo Jin's operation and angrily slaps Kang Jae across the face.
In the mean time, Kang Shim meets with the other secretaries who assure her that if Tae Joo is willing to pays so much money for a woman then it must be love.
Thinking about Young Seol's wonds, Tae Joo nervously mutters to himself "What if I confess then she rejects me? The two of us would be in such an awkward situation. No! That can't happen. That can ever happen!"
Oh Taek was able to hide from Kang Shim but Young Seol catches him right after Kang Shim leaves and laids into him for being so shameless as to show his face around their neighborhood. Oh Taek tells Young Seol he has been divorced for three years already and is not trying to start anything with Kang Shim but Young Seol is not convinced and warns him to stay away.
Young Seol might turn out to be cool after all.
Dal Bong gets called away from his work station to meet a "customer" who would like to see him. Dal Bong walks out to find two gangster like men greeting him with familiarity. Eun Ho walks out of his office in time to watch the meeting with a thoughtful look.
Kang Jae greets In Woo as warmly as someone like him could and asks Daddy Cha an important question "If it turns out to be the one in a million chance that he is my son, could you take him and raise him for me father?"
Daddy Cha pauses and replies "What can we do? Your kid is my kid."
Madam Kwon finds out from a nurse in the hospital about the rumor that has been going around. Confirming with her eyes the existence of In Woo, Madam Kwon accuses Kang Jae and his family for pulling a marriage scam on them.
Coldly, Kang Jae offers up the solution that since his marriage hasn't registered yet, they could pretend the marriage has never happened.
Vowing to use all her influence to be a stumbling block to Kang Jae's future, Madam Kwon agrees to pretend the marriage never happened.
Yeah!!! Is my wish really coming true?! I highly doubt it. I don't think the Kwon family is going any where soon. I really blame the writer that out of all the girls that is in Kang Jae's life, Hyo Jin is the least interesting of them all. So as a viewer I really can't be blamed for wishing Kang Jae would have some other love interest.
So I guess they have given us a reason for the transformation of Kang Jae from someone warm to what he is now. But seriously?! Over a woman who left you to chase after money? I feel REALLY bad for Daddy Cha.
I am a bit nervous at the appearance of Dal Bong's old friends. They seems to be the gangster kind and I think Dal Bong has enough drama going on in his life to have old gangster friends to be showing up as well. Oh, well, with Seo Wool around I am sure someone will slap some sense into him.
This episode went a long way of putting Young Seol on my good side. After all, you can't dislike a girl too much when she is willing to beat up her cousin's jerky ex-boyfriend.