Not realizing they are actually waiting for the same person, Woo Seok and Bok Nyeo eventually laughs at their similar fate of being ditched.
Upset that his search for clues for his birth parents hits another dead end, Woo Seok turns to Soo In for comfort. Obediently, Soo In suggests things like drinking and Kareoke but none of those are what Woo Seok had in mind. Refer to the above picture for what Woo Seok thinks is the proper way to comfort him... actually he meant hugging... but somehow it evolved into kissing... go figures.
Having no other place to go, Do Jin ends up crushing at Woi Han's study dormitory.
Young Guk lies on her "sick bed" being overwhelmed with the shock of being set up with a grandpa. When the very same grandpa shows up bearing flowers (this time remembering to put his hearing aid in), Young Guk finally loses her temper.
While the girls are out and about they hear a high pitch scream. Upon seeing two men bothering a young lady, the girls charge right into the fray and fight the men off. Walking the distressed young lady home, the girls are surprised to find out that the young lady is actually the daughter of the ajumma that has been trying to oust them from the neighborhood.
Standing in front of the city office, Mi O asks Do Jin once more if he is sure marrying her is the right decision for him. With confidence, Do Jin assures Mi O that he is sure life with her and their son is the right one for him.
Yelling and screaming, Mistress Cha keeps asking Do Jin how he could possibly choose Mi O over his own mother when he of all people knows how much she has suffered. With a pained look, Do Jin tells his mom to stop sacrificing for him and leave the Ma family.
Crying in the car, Mistress Cha remembers the sweet moments she shared with Do Jin's dad while she was pregnant with him.
Just when it looks like the evil side has all the cards, Bok Nyeo's past employee Mr. Lee contacts Bok Nyeo again and two was able to meet. Bok Nyeo is furious to hear someone could be so shameless as to pose as her illegitimate son.
Stoically, Soo In calmly tells Woo Seok to safely send Joo Hee home. Woo Seok comes back from Joo Hee's house to find a still stoic Soo In working in the bakery kitchen.
After a brief try of keeping her uncaring pretense, Soo In finally threatens to go get drunk and kiss other men if she sees Woo Seok embracing other women again. Woo Seok pulls Soo In into a hug and tells her to keep sharing her true emotions with him. Most importantly, Woo Seok assures Soo In that he won't hold other women ever again.
Unwilling to go to Vietnam and more importantly to be kept from being a baker, Woo Seok decides to hand in his resignation after talking over his decision with Soo In.
Knowing she is fast running out of time now that Chairman Ma is suspicious of her, Mistress Cha sends Wook Seok the other half of the torn picture that has a young Bok Nyeo on it.
Watching Bok Nyeo leaving on a taxi, Soo In starts to wonder about what Woo Seok mentioned that morning and eventually pieces everything together. (Finally!!!) Soo In rushes to find Mr. Lee who confirms that the picture Woo Seok has from the orphanage is one of Bok Nyeo's husband and her son, Jin Woo.
Soo In calls Wook Seok just as he walks out into Shinhwa group's lobby and wonders why Bok Nyeo in the lobby as well.
Whew!! It's FINALLY OUT! I really was starting to lose hope! I was really surprised that Soo In was the one to piece everything together, but hey, I am just glad that someone was smart enough to do it.
Holy molly, a heroine who is not afraid to say what she means!!! I love how truthful Woo Seok and Soo In are with each other... well, if you ignore the couple episodes where Soo In is in denial about her feelings. But so far, I really like Soo In and Woo Seok as a couple.