Laughing wildly at Kang Joon's declaration of love towards Sara, Chae Yeon tells Sara to enjoy her recent new found fame and to keep climbing to the top. With a snicker, Chae Yeon imagines the sweet revenge she will get when she reveals Sara's secret.
Tae Hee yells at Sara for rushing to the hospital without using caution. Sara yells back that she can't keep relying on Tae Hee since they are going to part ways one of these days. Tae Hee grudgingly agrees that while things has been a bit fuzzy between them lately, in the end they are just strangers. Completely irritated with one another, both of them fumes in their respective bedrooms after agreeing to stop meddling in each other's matters anymore.
The next morning, Sara finds Tae Hee's room empty and a note "I have gone to save your mother... ps. Don't glare at me." Ha ha!
While Tae Hee is off saving Sara's mom, Sara herself visits Madam Park (Tae Hee's grandma) in the prison to let her know that someone out there is working hard for her release.
Realizing Min Hyeok is essentially forcing him to expose himself, Tae Hee decides to finally claim his true identity. Before Tae Hee attends the board meeting, he and Sara made sure Kang Joon is hauled away by the police for an investigation on the murder of his wife.
Thanks to lots of pep talk and hand holding by Sara, Tae Hee presents himself in front of Shinwa's board members as Han Dong Geul much to everyone's surprise.
Once Sara realizes Tae Hee wanted to celebrate her birthday, she drags him to the grocery market to teach him the proper way of getting a free meal from all the market samples. (Not sure how that associates with birthday celebration but ok... )
When a two for one sale came up for toilet paper, Sara gets right into her ajumma role and sprints towards her goal.
Upset that all his grandiose plan went to waste, Tae Hee complains to Sara about her ajumma ways. Seeing nothing wrong with the way she acted, Sara asks the all important question "Who do you like? Sara or Sa Geum Nam?"
Not surprised that Tae Hee couldn't answer her, Sara tells him that while she has changed in the outside she is still an ajumma in the inside.
Gang Joon doesn't t end up spending much time in jail since he has a secret file on the judge and uses it to his advantage.
Gang Joon's dad finds out about his possible involvement with Geum Ran's death, and even the false imprisonment of Sara's mom. Gang Joon hears about Sara visiting her mom in the hospital and gets suspicious right away.
Once Tae Hee mustered up his courage to make bread with Sara, she comforts him by saying "Doctor, your illusion is gone right? It's okay. It really is. I have never been attractive to men."
As Sara talks, Tae Hee starts to see past Sara's outer appearance and he realizes he likes Sara even if she looked like Geum Ran.
Ready for the big commitment, Tae Hee tells Sara to meet him at a certain bridge if she is ready to commit to him as well. Sara makes the decision to take control of her own happiness and rushes to the bridge... only to find it empty AND receives a text from Chae Yeon "Don't wait anymore. Tae Hee Oppa is with me."
Chae Yeon wasn't exactly lying since she did lie about getting into a car accident to get Tae Hee to rush to her side. However, once Tae Hee's secretary shows up to drive Chae Yeon home, Tae Hee himself beelines for the bridge.
Our almost star crossed lovers finally sees each other and...
We end with a kiss!
I really liked these two episodes. It really show cased how much Sara and Tae Hee need each other. What's more lovely is the fact they might fight but when it comes down to it they will always stand by the other person.
That relationship of mutual support seems to transcend what ever conflict they might find themselves in. For example, while Sara was convinced that there is no way Tae Hee could still like her if she still looks like Geum Ran she was still there a hundred and ten percent when Tae Hee needed her support to finally meet with his grandma.
I'll admit though that I am a bit worried that we still have 10 more episodes to go. I find the villains in this show so tiresome that I cringe every time they show up, so now that our two leads has admitted their feelings are we left with villain plots?