Hyun Do's cavalier attitude eventually causes a huge crisis for the company when he casually changes a promotional flyer's sale percentage from 1% to 10%. At first blamed for the flyer mistake, Ji Wan rushes around trying to correct the situation. Hyun Do ultimately discovers that Ji Wan is being blamed for his mistake and stands up to admit his own fault. Fortunately for Ji Wan, the whole misunderstanding also helped Ji Wan's co-workers to truly accepts him.
Watching his whole team, including Ji Wan who are at their wits end trying to figure out how to solve the sale flyer mistake, Hyun Do all the sudden remembers something his father did a long time ago when Chairman Jang was faced with the same problem. Taking an example from Chairman Jang's past, Hyun Do was able to turn the company crisis into an opportunity.
Frustrated to no end by her daughter's sudden onset of rebellion, Mama Kang decides that maybe marrying off Young Joo is the best route. Unfortunately for Young Joo, Mama Kang finds her perfect son-in-law candidate who also falls in love with Young Joo at first sight and pops up in front of her every chance he gets.
Mistakenly thought Daddy Kang is still a bank executive, Mama Kang is stunned when she is sees her husband passing out flyers on the street. Feeling horrible after realizing the extent of sacrifice her husband is making for their family, Mama Kang quietly starts to do things such as cleaning Daddy Kang's shoes and making special meals for him. I was really surprised by her change of attitude towards her husband. I thought for sure she would start blaming her husband but Mama Kang did the opposite.
Fed up with being the scapegoat for the underhanded battles within the station Young Joo decides to give up her dream and quit her job. However, just as Young Joo is ready to step on the elevator to leave the station, she hears a director talking on the phone naming herself as the writer whose script he has chosen to film. Her dream resurrected in seconds, Young Joo quickly rushes to the director to introduce herself.
Overjoyed that her dream of being a drama writer might finally come true, Young Joo shares her exciting news with Ji Wan. In her excitement, Young Joo stumbles and Ji Wan quickly catches her in his arm. Dazed to be in Ji Wan's arm, Young Joo wonders if her heart will keep beating wildly ... just like she used to when she was a highschooler whenever Ji Wan showed up.
Unfortunately for Hyun Do's hard won progress with Eun Soo, the first time Eun Soo's family meets him is when they hit Hyun Do over the head thinking he is a pervert.
Once Ji Wan comes home and explains to his family that Hyun Do is his friend/co-workers, the women of Ji Wan's family starts to warm up to Hyun Do especially after he eagerly invites them out to lunch in his expensive car.
I had pegged Chairman Jang as the "big evil" but I am confused now when the writer has taken pain to show Chairman Jang and his wife is a comedic light.
Confidently handing his credit card to pay for the meal, Hyun Do is stunned when he is informed that his card has been canceled. After a brief moment of disbelief, Mama Han (Ji Wan's mother) steps out and pays for the extremely expensive meal. Not surprisingly, all the women in Eun Soo's family collectively tells her to stay away from Hyun Do.
This show took a while to engage me, but I am starting to warm up to it slowly. Birth secret doesn't usually catch my attention but Eun Soo's secret actually really interest me because I have no clue who her parents could be. Judging from the way Mama Han acts, I thought Chairman Jang could be Eun Soo's father, but then that can't be since Eun Soo is going be paired up with Hyun Do so they can't be half siblings. So confused...yet really curious.
There is one thing I worry about this show: the romance plot concerning our hero Ji Wan. Judging from promo and all the information the show has given I believe Young Joo is going to be paired up with Ji Wan, however, I am kinda impartial to Ji Wan's boss, Director Shu.
The next morning, Director Shu is aghast that Ji Wan saw the state of her home but in her usual no nonsense manner, Directer Shu just confronts Ji Wan and treats him to a meal as her thanks.
Director Shu is really cool, and the chemistry is obvious between the two so I really need the writer to step up the game on Young Joo's front. Nothing is worse than watching a character leaving the love interest he/she has much better chemistry with just to get together with another character just because that's how the writer has the story set up.
Anyhow, a promising show that has a lot of warm human relationships that pulls you in, so I will be checking back in on this one.