The awkward sadness that has lingered around the threesome ever since they realized Han Byeul was kidnapped because of Kang Soo is soon dispelled thanks to a game of go-stop. At first Yeol Moo and Dong Chi thought playing Go -Stop with Kang Soo was like taking candy from a baby, but they soon found out that Kang Soon has mastered the game since he was a kid.
Deputy Oh and Director Moon exchanges some comments about the big case 15 years ago when Deputy Oh obviously came out the loser.
Still not sure why the kidnapper would hand such an incriminating evidence to them, Dong Chi lets Kang Soo drive his car back to the office while he tries to go somewhere else by himself. However, before Kang Soo can drive more than a few feet, Dong Chi's car loses control and slams into another car. Luckily, Kang Soo is not hurt too badly and is able to be discharged after a few check ups.
After Director Moon slams his way out of her office, Yeol Moo finds the shocking evidence that the kidnapper has been in contact with Director Moon just recently. Yeol Moo goes back to the lion's den and as Han Byeul's sister demands that Director Moon gives up Han Byeul's case since the phone record proves that he knows the suspect.
Later in the day, when Yeol Moo is tasked with going to Director Moon again for him to sign a warrant order to track down the kidnapper's bank account money transfers, Yeol Moo gets the signature from Deputy Oh instead. I totally cringed here, because that's like going from a lion to a hyena.
Despite Director Moon's warning, Dong Chi decides to go ahead and summons a bunch of very sensitive people into his office... including Director Moon for his connection to Kang Soo and Han Byeul's kidnapping.
Director Moon tries to stop Dong Chi again, but Deputy Oh intervenes and tells Dong Chi to go ahead with his summons AFTER he himself goes through an interrogation with the inspector general for the death of the two suspects from the drug/sex bribery case.
When Dong Chi answered no, Kang Soo goes on with the next name he found scribbled on Dong Chi's note: Jeong Chang Gi.
Just as Dong Chi hesitates about breaking the brutal truth to Kang Soo, Chang Gi walks in, dressed impeccably in his lawyer outfit and admits "Yes, it was me."
Dong Chi goes back in for his inspector general interrogation and is dismayed to find out that the main goal of the interrogation is to get rid of Director Moon thus dissolving the whole department.
Director Moon goes to see Chief Justice Lee in hopes to exchange the tape for the Chief's help, but quickly changes his mind when the Chief mentions the kidnapping 15 years ago and how Director Moon is the one responsible for it. In another words, Director Moon is no longer a useful pawn and is to be abandoned.
Chang Gi shows up again with evidences to prove that Hwa Young has no part in the kidnapping and points all the arrows towards Director Moon.
Director Moon warns Chang Gi that by being Chief Justice Lee's dog just mean he will be slaughtered after his task is done. With a uncaring smile, Chang Gi replies that as long as he could take Director Moon down it doesn't matter.
While Director Moon tries to convince Dong Chi to give him the tape, Inspector Yoo brings back the bad news that the whole department is about to be fired without exception.
Still reeling from the shock of getting his whole department fired along with him, Dong Chi apologizes to Inspector Yoo who is robbed of his honorary retirement. Inspector Yoo thank Dong Chi for letting him meet a absolute upright prosecutor at the last few years of his career and advises him one more time that in his opinion while Director Moon is not always upright, there are certain lines he wouldn't cross.
At this point, Dong Chi really is unsure if Director Moon is really the culprit or is just an innocent pawn, tossed out to be sacrificed. However, a visit from the kidnapper with a confession naming Director Moon as the master mind quickly firms up Dong Chi's decision to bring charges against Director Moon.
The scene turns to Dong Chi's dad sitting in front of a desk fingering one of the neck tie pin that looks exactly as one of the picture Yeol Moo found.
Nooooo!!! Don't tell me Daddy Goo has anything to do with the case. At least not on the bad side. Not when Yeol Moo is finally softening towards Dong Chi. Actually, now I think about it, Daddy Goo is probably no a bad guy, or he wouldn't have kept Kang Soo's shoes all these years.
First off, I feel REALLY bad for Chang Gi ajusshi, especially once Dong Chi tells Kang Soo that Chang Gi did try to turn himself in for the accident but the police ruled insufficient evidence to charge him. (obviously thanks to someone with power that doesn't want the accident to be brought up again.) I feel equally bad for Kang Soo who sees everything Chang Gi suffered for his guilt and the years of familial love that is between them but feels obligated to write him out of his life for the sake of his deceased mother.
After the this week's episodes I am strongly leaning towards Director Moon having nothing to do with the kidnapping. He just seems too natural and at ease when he talks to Kang Soo. By the way, there is one big mystery that is really bothering me: Who saved Kang Soo? The kidnapper either decided against killing Kang Soo or someone else entirely came and saved him... so who?? It seems save to rule out both Chang Gi and Director Moon since both seem ignorant of Kang Soo's kidnapping. The bad guys? Well, all of them seem too far gone in any sense of humanity to change their mind and not kill Kang Soo. Hey... could it be that Dong Chi's dad is the one that saved Kang Soo. Hmm... that doesn't work either. Would Dong Chi's dad leaves his own child on the ground unconscious?
All the questions aside. I love the romance between Prosecutor Lee and Gwang Mi. I wish the show could devote more time to them but I guess too many big mysteries to solve.
His turn to be jealous now, Prosecutor Lee is some what mollified when he finds out Gwang Mi only kissed the other guy because of a party game.
Prosecutor Lee"Let's date... I mean that way you can only kiss me."
Smiling slyly, Gwang Mi straightens Prosecutor Lee's tie and orders him to get back to work.
Ecstatic to hear Kwang Mi's outburst, Prosecutor Lee asks "You mean we have been dating all this time?"
Pausing, Gwang Mi answers "No, I mean you would lose your chance to seduce me... you almost succeeded too." Ha, I love her.
Around the table, puzzle looks abound as Dong Chi, Yeol Moo and Kang Soo is somewhat surprised by this sudden outing of an office romance.