The prosecutor is Driver Kim's son (President Choi's chauffeur).
Determined to give Hae Gang's love life a push, Yong Gi gets Woo Joo to invite both Hae Gang and Jin Eon out on a date without telling either of them the other person is coming.
United in their purpose, Hae Gang and Jin Eon plea with President Choi to finally tell the truth.
Staring at Hae Gang's shocked expression, President Choi asks a tearful Hae Gang "If you go out and tell Jin Eon what I just confessed, then can I really start over with the two of you? Can you two become my legs and be my support? Those things are only possible in one's imagination." With a shadow of a smile, President Choi continues "You don't need to take my blame for me. (Mido case) I will pay for my sins."
Walking out of the prosecutor office, President Choi tells Jin Eon "From now on, without me and Hae Gang, you are the only one the company has. Your mother too." Breaking down in tears when he realizes that his father is finally willing to pay for his past sins, Jin Eon tries to follow President Choi but his father stops him and says "Go to your wife. If I am this shaken, she will be faring much worse."
With nothing to lose now, Tae Seok confronts President Choi and finally confesses that he had been harboring his own revenge plan all along ever since his father, an employee of Cheon Nyeon Pharmaceutical had froze to death while kneeling in front of the Choi household gate begging for President Choi's forgiveness over a mistake that was never his fault anyway.
Bitterly, Tae Seok tells President Choi of his grandiose plan of stealing Cheon Nyeon Pharmaceutical and how he had abandoned the only woman he loved in order to marry Jin Li whom he had never once considered a woman.
Picking up an overjoyed Woo Joo in his arms, Kyu Seok tells a teary Yong Gi "I am warning you, I didn't come for you. I am here for Woo Joo so don't even think about separating us."
I am assuming Kyu Seok has no clue that his brother might be dead at this point since no matter how much he like Woo Joo and Yong Gi I don't think Kyu Seok would be able to leave the country if he knew something had happened to Tae Seok.
Overwhelmed with Tae Seok's suicide then his father's collapse, Jin Eon hides his father's condition from Hae Gang and assures her that everything is fine at his house.
Proving Baek Seok's suspicion to be true, Jin Li soon receives a phone call from her "dead" husband asking her to give him some money while he is on the run. Greatly relieved to know that Tae Seok is alive, Jin Li readily agrees to his request.
Startled when President Choi suddenly opens his eyes, tears quickly fills Hae Gang eyes when President Choi whispers "I was wrong." Admitting that she was also in the wrong as well, Hae Gang pleas with President Choi urgently that he tells Jin Eon that he did not kill her father.
Rushing into the room at Hae Gang's frantic call, Jin Eon was able to hear President Choi's last words of "I didn't do it!" before his father swallows his last breath.
Wow, I didn't quite expect President Choi to die so soon! I am still a bit unclear if President Choi did indeed kill his friend or not. Going completely by words alone, it seems like President Choi did kill Daddy Dok Go but with Hae Gang's permission he was able to let his son believe that he was innocent. I am assuming Hae Gang did it completely out of her concern for Jin Eon and her unwillingness that Jin Eon would live with the guilt of being a murder's son for the rest of his life.
However, there just seems to be enough unanswered questions of what exactly happened on the mountain that I still have a tiny lingering doubt if President Choi really killed his friend in cold blood.
By the way, my absolute favorite scene this week was little Woo Joo sobbing with happiness when she sees Kyu Seok at the airport. I think this is the scene is where I finally realized how much Woo Joo had been putting on a brave face for her mother when her heart was breaking at the thought of going to US without Kyu Seok.
I do hope that the writer will still give us plenty of scenes of Yong Gi and Kyu Seok. It would be too depressing if the writer just sent them off to US and we don't get to see more of them.