Seeing how happy her brother is, Auntie Cha tells Daddy Cha to just go ahead and set a wedding date with Miss Ko. Stuttering, Daddy Cha quickly tries to laugh Auntie Cha's question off, but refusing to budge Auntie Cha keeps pushing the marriage talk. Angrily, Daddy Cha storms out of the house dragging Miss Ko with him.
Worried about the cold war between Daddy Cha and Auntie Cha, Young Sul comes up with the idea to get Seol Wool and Hyo Jin to start a fake fight.
After hours of endless torture, Kang Shim finally calls Tae Joo for help, but even Tae Joo seems unable to offer any relieve.
Realizing how much Kang Shim is keeping inside after listening to her drunken cry, the Cha girls decides to hold an impromptu party by presenting Kang Shim with gifts from each of them. It was really cool that Auntie Cha has taken the time and effort to compile a recipe book with Tae Joo's favorite dishes for Kang Shim
Lying side by side in Kang Shim's bed, the two girls decides to wait until after Kang Shim's wedding to tell Auntie Cha the truth... since they comfort themselves that nothing can happen before then.
Back in the wedding hall, everything is ready except Auntie Cha is no where to be found. While everyone has no clue why Auntie Cha has all the suddenly gone missing, Miss Ko is quickly suspicious when she sees Madam Kwon's guilty face.
Hiding in the bathroom stall, Auntie Cha sobs as she repeats "What are we going to do? What is oppa going to do?"
Man, next week is going to be a hard episode to watch... wait, I think I said that last week too. While this episode was certainly slower in terms of plot development but I still liked all the warm fuzzy feelings it conveyed.
Judging from the previews, things doesn't look good for Daddy Cha... BUT there got to be reason why the writer keeps hinting about the possibility of Miss Ko marrying Daddy Cha right? Dare we hope that Daddy Cha will recover enough to get married?