Without anyway yet to control his reaction to blood, Ji Sang tells everyone at the hospital that he is suffering from the aftermath of his traumatic experience as a volunteer at the the war torn countries and is needing a two month break.
Happy with the miracle drug Jae Wook keep promising him, Chairman Yoo holds firm to his decision to implement new rules that allows Jae Wook's team to do whatever they want in the hospital. Ri Ta confronts her uncle about the unreasonable changes, but Chairman Yoo refuses to budge.
Unable to stop thinking of Ji Sang's obvious transformation into his vampire side when he saved a patient from being hit by a truck, Ri Ta finally succumbs to a fever. Ji Sang shows up in place of Ri Ta's best friend to take care of her.
Stunned by Ji Sang's revelation but overjoyed to finally meet the oppa she has been waiting for all these time, Ri Ta happily stares at Ji Sang until she falls asleep.
Ji Sang "How many wolves did you say? 10? It was like 5. I flew 30 meter? Am I a flea? It was at most 5 meter. And I... kissed you? I just said you were pretty."
Ecstatic once again that her dram was not a dream after all, Ri Ta puts her hands around Ji Sang's face to confirm for her self that he is indeed her oppa... which is the awkward position Soo Eun, Ri Ta's best friend found the two in.
Knowing the importance of Dr. Jung's father's research notes are to uncover the mystery of the "vampire" disease, Ji Sang decides to collaborate with Dr. Jung.
The little girl's father falls into critical condition after his wish is fulfilled and Jae Wook's research director, Dr. Seo uses the opportunity to get the family to agree to let the man become their test subject.
Knowing Jae Wook's view point is somewhat flawed, Ji Sang nevertheless can't seem to come up with a strong reason to combat Jae Wook's words.
Unfortunately for our team of truth digging doctors, it looks like they are taking one step forward and two steps back, especially when there is a mole among them that none of them suspected. Dr. Min Ga Yeon, the newbie that was hired by Ji Sang seems like the model of a naive and kind young doctor but in truth she is the very girl that committed suicide when her adoptive parents abandoned her. In a flash back we see Jae Wook saved the young Ga Yeon by giving her his blood.
Director Choi (the director Ri Ta is really close to) who keeps trying to gather evidence against Jae Wook's unethical testing is losing soundly since all her trusted spies has been yanked by Jae Wook.
Her thoughts skipping right away to how well Ji Sang fits the vampire profile, Ri Ta's best friend Soo Eun starts to wonder about Ji Sang even though Ri Ta just waves her suspicions away. It is hilarious that Soo Eun tells Dr. Jung her suspicion and Dr. Jung's reaction is "if Dr. Park (Ji Sang) is a vampire then I will walk around the hospital in my underwear."
In the mean time, Chairman Choi shows up by the nun's bedside and seemingly truly upset by the thought of losing the elderly nun, Chairman Choi offers to give the nun a miracle drug that would save her. Shaking her head, the nun refuses Chairman Choi's offer.
Standing in the hospital hallway, Ji Sang comforts Ri Ta as she cries in his arm after they both agree that the vampire virus cannot get out.
Standing not too far away, Ga Yeon hears Ri Ta and Ji Sang's conversation and reports to Jae Wook that Ri Ta knows the truth about Ji Sang's vampire identity. Mildly surprised, Jae Wook coldly tells Ga Yeon "Too many curious people... it might be time to move up the consequence of their curiosity."
Ri Ta enters her house and is jumpy right away when she finds her stereo blasting music loudly in her dark house. Gasping in fear, Ri Ta is surprised when a hand grabs hers and says "I have already came around so many time." A third voice sounds, surprising both Ri Ta and the intruder. Showing him self, Ji Sang dryly replies "I noticed already." A fight breaks out between the vampire intruder and Ji Sang. When Ji Sang finally took the time to look at the vampire he has been fighting with, he realizes the vampire is the same one that attacked his mother when he was younger.
I am still surprised that this show actually turned out to be so watchable. I was totally surprised by Ga Yeon being a spy. The show has been hinting that Ga Yeon has some back story but I didn't think it would be THIS BIG.
The one thing I think the show has done really well is making it really easy to fall into the villain's reasoning. Of course it would be good to save more people... of course it would be awesome if money could stop being the reason why certain people could be saved while others couldn't... wait why is Jae Wook the villain? Oh, yeah he kills people while he is smiling the whole time. But that does beg the question, shouldn't a researcher figure out a way to work with the vampire virus if it really could become something beneficial to the human race? However, what if the "miracle drug" is something that would strip something vital from what it means to be human.
Anyhow, interesting moral dilemmas that makes me as a viewer sway back and forth as our hero tries to figure out where he stands.
Speaking of the hero, I am really liking the interaction between Ji Sang and Ri Ta. For two people who really looked stiff with one another in the beginning they have improved their chemistry dramatically. I especially like how these two brilliant doctors basically act like teenagers around each other since neither are experienced in the romantic department and are somewhat used to isolating themselves from others.