Unable to swallow the anger that is bubbling up inside her when Shil Il Sang tearfully declares that he has paid his debt for killing Eun Sol (Hae Gang's daughter) by repenting everyday while he was in prison, Hae Gang forces Jin Eon to let her speak to Shil Il Sang alone. Locking Jin Eon out of her office, a bitter Hae Gang yells at Shil Il Sang that he has no right to forgive himself and demands to know why he didn't kill her instead of her innocent daughter. Overwhelmed by his resentment towards Hae Gang for taking away his company and family, Shil Il Sang screams that he is going to kill Hae Gang then himself in order to end everything for good. Perhaps hoping Shil Il Sang would actually end her life, Hae Gang doesn't struggle as Shil Il Sang's hands close around her neck.
Thanks to Tae Seok who found a key for Hae Gang's office, a frantic Jin Eon was able to save Hae Gang in time from Shil Il Sang's deadly grasp.
Ignoring a tense Hae Gang, Jin Eon settles the two of them in the room and goes off to take a shower. Irked when a still dripping Jin Eon sits down beside her, Hae Gang couldn't help herself and nags at Jin Eon for not drying himself properly. Reminded of the past when Jin Eon would purposefully not dry himself in order to get her to do it for him, Hae Gang looks away awkwardly and informs Jin Eon that Baek Seok has come to pick her up.
Before Jin Eon can hardly finish his sentence, Hae Gang leans in and kisses a rather stunned Jin Eon.
Jerked back to reality by Jin Eon's words, Hae Gang attributes the whole interlude as a mistake and assures Jin Eon that she was only temporary confused because of the past.
Dazed as she walks out of the court building, Hae Gang remembers how she once stood at the same spot and watched with a stony expression as a young woman (the plaintiff that Hae Gang torn to shreds in court) falls to death right at her feet. Jerked out of her horrifying memory when Baek Seok suddenly throws himself over her to shield her from an oncoming rock, Hae Gang stares at Baek Seok's head wound and wonders "Who could it be? Who else have I made to suffer?"
I Have A Lover Episode 35
Screaming her resentment that Hae Gang knew full well she was taking Pudoxin but chose not to warn her about the side effects out of spite, Seol Ri threatens to die in front of Hae Gang. Turning to Seol Ri with a mildly amused puzzled expression, Hae Gang asks "Who are you that I would care if you die in front me? I won't care one bit at all." Sitting down in her graceful manner, Hae Gang chides Seol Ri "Do you feel wronged? Then don't lay in front of me in broken bones. Stand on your feet and figure out how you can get your revenge. Your life and my life is not over. Please beat me at least once, Kang Seol Ri."
Dragging her exhausted self out to the parking lot, Hae Gang doesn't notice her deflated front tire and gets in the car to drive away. Terrified when her car swerves out of control and hits the parking lot post, Hae Gang lets out a scream when a rock smashes into her windshield. With shaking hands, Hae Gang picks up her ringing phone but is unable to bring herself to answer it when she sees that Jin Eon is the one calling.
Staring at the pictures of Hae Gang his minion sent him, Tae Seok frets over what possible reason would cause Hae Gang to go all the way to the spot where Kim Sun Yong died. Not assured when his assistant suggests that Hae Gang was probably just preparing for the Pudoxin case, Tae Seok mutters to himself "If I had just killed her when she was Dok Go Yong Gi. Do Hae Gang, what is your goal?"
Anyone else hoping against hope that maybe Tae Seok's assistant is actually a good guy?
Frustrated when the first thing Jin Eon brings up when she sees him is the urgency of warning people about the dangers of Pudoxin, Hae Gang gives a long speech about how doing what Jin Eon suggests would only make sure that both of them are booted out of the company and thus left powerless to do anything more. Completely side tracked by Hae Gang's repeated use of the words of "we" and "us", Jin Eon breaks out in a smile and asks Hae Gang why she has been avoiding his phone calls.
Thoroughly embarrassed when she realized that Hyun Woo has heard everything Jin Eon said, a mortified Hae Gang walks away...then comes back to kick Jin Eon in the shin. Ha!
Greeting Yong Gi like a long lost daughter, President Choi promises to do anything he could for her. Refusing to accept the money President Choi tries to give her, Yong Gi instead asks President Choi to find her husband's killer.
As expected, Tae Seok was horrified to see his precious brother showing up in front of him with Yong Gi. Calmly facing his furious brother as he carefully tends to little Woo Joo's every need, Kyu Seok proves for all to see that he is indeed very serious about Yong Gi and her daughter.
Boy, do I feel foolish for my one second of sympathy for Seol Ri. In that messy affair, there were obviously no innocent parties all around but it is simply difficult to harness any sympathy for Seol Ri when she insists on blaming our two leads for all her suffering without a single thought of her own responsibility.
Even Seol Ri's anger at Hae Gang's supposed refusal to tell her about Pudoxin is puzzling when she herself was willing to watch Hae Gang die right in front of her eyes not too long ago. It seems laughable that Seol Ri would see Hae Gang as the monster when she herself has done much worse over a man that she is not even married to.
All those things aside though, I find Seol Ri's act of going to Tae Seok simply unforgivable. Seol Ri is a medical researcher who is personally suffering from the Pudoxin side effects but she is willing to let the criminal go free and destroy more countless lives just so she could get her personal revenge?? Someone needs to make the girl take a real look at herself and realize that she is the monster.