Shaking with anger over how Kang Joon's family laughs at her timely death, Sara makes a decision.
Tae Hee comes home to find Kang Joon and his family passed out on Sara's sofa, thanks to the Sara's liberal use of sleeping pill and laxative pills.
Unable to press down the anger that is bubbling up inside her, Sara goes Kang Joon's house and proceeds to trash everything in sight.
At first Tae Hee tries to stop Sara, but soon he just tells her to trash to her heart's content. Great boyfriend material.
However, once Sara leaves, Tae Hee sends in his subordinates to put everything back to the way it was except the writing "I know you killed Sa Geum Ra" Sara has written on Kang Joon's bedroom mirror. Ha, cleaning up after Sara, now he is great husband material.
Kang Joon sees the writing on the mirror and assumes Chae Yeon is the one that wrote it. Through the hidden recorder, Sara hears Chae Yeon's confession that she also took part in Geum Ra's death.
Suspicious of Sara's behavior, Tae Hee saves the memory chip in the recording machine and finds out the truth about Chae Yeon. Instead of being sad over Chae Yeon, Tae Hee seems more touched by Sara's concern for him.
Tae Hee arrives in time and jump right into the fight with Sara. Seeing how close Tae Hee and Sara is, Chae Yeon starts to get suspicious.
Stunned at this new revelation, Sara looks at Tae Hee who quickly looks away. Mustering up his courage, Tae Hee faces Sara straight on and asks "Have you ever heard of Alien Hand Syndrome?" Tae Hee explains that while he was taking the test his hand shakes uncontrollably thus resulting in the ridiculous result.
Unwilling take Sara's taunting laying down, Tae Hee shows up in Sara's room and rips off his pants right in front of her.
To pay Tae Hee back for his childish stunts, Sara scares him with a ghost mask.
Ha! I was laughing so hard!
After their pranks on each other, Tae Hee and Sara ends up having beer together and piling each other with why the other person is attractive.
Drawn to each other, Tae Hee slowly leans in for a kiss.... but then Kang Joon calls Sara to arrange for a date the next day.
Shaken to finally have Kang Joon's confession, Sara doubles over in pain while Tae Hee comforts her.
Chae Yeon overhears Sara urgently asking Gyung Joo (Geum Ra's friend) where her mom is and assuring Gyung Joo that she is doing everything for Geum Ra's sake.
Thanks to Sang Jin's (Tae Hee's cousin) framing his own grandma for corruption, grandma gets hauled away by the police right in front of Tae Hee's eyes.
The sight of his grandma being dragged away trigger's Tae Hee's childhood traumatic experiences and he starts to have a panic episode again.
Just when Tae Hee is about to pass out from the pain, Sara all the sudden shows up and puts her arms around him.
I love this scene...
Back at home, Sara and Tae Hee looks at each and with suppressed happiness agrees that they still need hep from each other. Sara needs Tae Hee to find her mom, while Tae Hee needs Sara's help with his grandma since he can't meet with his grandma face to face due to his illness. (Seeing his grandma triggers the childhood trauma and makes him suffer from severe pain.)
On the day Sara's new restaurant is set to open (is really Tae Hee's restaurant, she's the chef), Sara finds herself in the middle of a media frenzy due to the videos of her heartily ingesting food going viral on the internet. In the mist of the media chaos, Sang Jin who has been searching high and low for the mysterious beauty that has caught his attention arrives in grand fashion with his body guard.
While Sara is thinking of all the possibilities Tae Hee's proposal brings, Chae Yeon has finally pieced all the puzzles together and realizes Sara and Sa Geum Ra is the same person.
So great! I will admit I was beginning to be a bit doubtful of this show's ability to hold my attention but the last two episodes swept those doubt away. I loooooved the interaction between the two leads and is actually quite intrigued by how the story is going to develop from now on.
As long as this show can keep balancing the comedy with all the dark storyline then I am sold.
Strangely the one person I am actually interested in right now is Kang Joon's dad. Out of that mess of a family who seems to be totally lacking in any human decency, Daddy Lee seems at least the one person that has a sense of right and wrong. Out of all the characters in this show who are all partitioned into bad and good, Daddy Lee is the only one where I am not sure where he will stand once the truth is known.