Subscribe to HanCinema Pure to remove ads from the website (not for episode and movie videos) for US$2.99 per month (you can cancel anytime). The first step is to be a member, please click here : Sign up, then a subscribe button will show up. After Sung-gyum discovers Sang-hyo, he wants to know why she’s with Hae-young and Soo-ah on their honeymoon. Hae-young is reluctant to let them walk away, but watches them go as Soo-ah wonders if Sung-gyum will be angry to discover that Sang-hyo was the substitute for her wedding. He thinks she’s referring to her wedding to Hae-young seven years ago, and then wonders if perhaps she has another marriage in her past — to someone other than Hae-young?
Immediately, Sang-hyo begins to panic, because she remembers him as the hotel employee who knows her as Hae-young’s bride. Watching them from afar is a sad and lovesick Ki-ho, who sighs that Soo-ah is too beautiful for him.
Eun-joo is also surprised that he knows she threatened Young-mi, and refuses to tell him more because it will harm the reputation of the deceased. In a flashback, Eun-joo pulls Young-mi aside, asking how she could blackmail one of their clients, demanding that she hand over the photos. After Eun-joo explains what happened, she asks if Detective Kim thinks she’s still the killer.
She ignores Hae-young’s attempt to call her on the phone, so he sends her a text, telling her to come out at the count of three.
Sung-gyum is utterly gobsmacked and looks to Sang-hyo for confirmation, but she just helplessly apologizes. At the police station, Detective Kim sighs that they’re still without a lead on the killer. Unable to stand the thought that she would share a room with Hae-young even if Soo-ah is there, Sung-gyum orders Sang-hyo to pack up her suitcase and use his room. Meanwhile, Hae-young makes sure Soo-ah is taken care of, and she cries in her sleep as he tells her family that she’s okay. The first time was because they were in love; the second time is to get back the woman he loves. Team Leader Cha meets with the person who sent him the text — it’s Gi-chul, and he asks if Team Leader Cha killed Young-mi, too.
Because the wallet was then found next to Hwang’s body, Gi-chul assumes that must mean Team Leader Cha is the murderer. Hae-young channel-surfs in the hotel room, sighing over the fact that the first night of his honeymoon he shared a tent with Ki-ho, and now he’s sharing a room with Sung-gyum (not to mention on his wedding night, there was a dead body in the bathroom). Sang-hyo stops pretending to be asleep and tells Soo-ah not to wait for him — he won’t come back. Seven years ago, Sang-hyo had returned to their apartment, shocked to discover that all his stuff was gone. Hae-young wakes up with a start (and the cutest bedhead), wondering where Sung-gyum has gone. He’s surprised at this response, saying she should give him a second chance — they have so much history together, how could she forget him so easily? Sung-gyum butts in to point out that the person who left is the more cowardly one, and Soo-ah agrees: Why did he leave, anyway? Sang-hyo tries to ignore him and just eat her breakfast, but Soo-ah and Sung-gyum aren’t convinced that something could be more important than leaving behind the woman you love. She’s all smiles for the reporters as she tells them how special their honeymoon has been, but he continues to sulk.
As soon as the interview is over, Sang-hyo is ready to go back home, and she waits for Sung-gyum to bring his car around.
Hae-young says she should have waited for him, but she points out that he was the one who left.
A very-much not-okay Hae-young drives Soo-ah home, and she tries to be quiet to not disrupt his brooding over Sang-hyo until she realizes that she’s being silly. Not for the first time, Hae-young asks Sang-hyo to move to New York with him — she could find another job there. Hae-young drops Soo-ah off at her home, but she’s not ready to leave the car, convinced her mother will beat her to death. The employees at Hae-young’s architecture firm have decided to take the evening off and go out for drinks. But Hae-young suddenly appears behind him, and the rest of the staff scatter, leaving Shi-chan to take the blame.
As much as I groaned when Soo-ah returned (because I sincerely thought after she eloped with Ki-ho, we wouldn’t see her again), I kinda love that Soo-ah and Sang-hyo have gone through the same experiences, impulsive-first-marriage-wise. Which is why I loved the second half when the guys’ attention was more on each other than Sang-hyo (although, admittedly, it was because of her).
As for the mystery side of things, we’re still moving along at the slow-and-steady pace.
But honestly I’m not in a crashing hurry to have everything solved right away, so long as we continue to get closer and closer to figuring things out.
I was even more on his side after episode 10, but I’ll save that comment for the recap to come. Even when Namgoong Min plays a less lovable character, he always brings out the deeper feelings and forces the viewer to sympathize.

Reminded me of how so many nice guys are hurt by females always chasing after the movie star looks type.
All of last week I watched Monstar instead and that line that Kim Nana says in there reminds me of your comment.. Haven’t been watching the show, but have been reading recaps and watching WGM which Namgoong Min is in. I guess I have a lot more to say about the next episode but I really loved the ending to this one. I watched this episode through my fingers, because I knew Sung Gyum was going to have his heart stomped on.
Sang-hyo begins to panic, because she remembers him as the hotel employee who knows her as Hae-young’s bride.
Sung-gyum really won me over this episode (apart, of course, from that entirely gratuitous (and totally gratifying) shower scene). This is why I’m ready to be persuaded that Sung-gyum is a better partner for Sang-hyo, in that he can meet her where she is now, career and all. But then the writers want me to give a free pass to SG’s unilateral decision making and frequent micromanagement of SH.
I’m curious as to why you think the writers want us to give a free pass on that, though. About the way he keeps pressing on even though he knows (even without Hae Young in the picture) that Sang Hyo isn’t really all that into him, I get the impression that this is supposed to come across as… misguided? HY does love Sang Hyo, but he just has such a terrible way of expressing it (and terrible timing).
I guess I’m having a hard time seeing HY as the unfair controlling person that they’re trying to make him out to be. I don’t think the show is trying to sell him as controlling so much as a little self-involved and terribly uncommunicative.
Sure, in the immediate sense it's all fun and games as Jin-woo's team celebrates their opening legal victory. Sang-hyo prevents the other two from explaining what happened, as she and Sung-gyum step aside so she can tell him in private. But to Hae-young, she was no substitute, and Soo-ah is surprised to discover that he genuinely wanted to marry Sang-hyo. Hastily she reassures him that’s not it (which is no lie), but before she can explain any further, the resort manager appears to check in with Sung-gyum. The oblivious Sung-gyum introduces her to the employee as his girlfriend, and she tries to greet him all the while keeping her face turned away so he can’t recognize her. She rages that he must have been two-timing her, having promised to marry her while really in love with another woman.
She’s offended that he thinks she could have actually killed someone, and explains that she dropped it in shock after she found Young-mi dead.
But Detective Kim reminds her that it’s more important that she clear herself of suspicion so they can catch the murderer. Hae-young finds them in the dining room and ducks around the corner, suddenly flustered that she’s just sitting there, smiling and having fun. She ignores his texts, and when he counts down to one, he strides to their table, demanding Sang-hyo to follow him.
He wonders how, even if she were in a difficult situation, she could have married him like that. He finds the letter that Ki-ho left behind, and wonders what the outcome will be for him and Sang-hyo. But surprise, surprise, in saunters Hae-young, nonchalantly rolling his suitcase into the corner.
When he hears Sung-gyum leave the bathroom, he gets ready to wash up, too — but is stopped at the sight of Sung-gyum’s six-pack, and buttons his shirt up again. Eun-joo is pleased her plan went so well, but Jung-eun has a different response, as she wails at the news article about the wedding. But there’s no more time to argue, since Sang-hyo and Hae-young have another press interview. Hae-young tries to protest her leaving, but she reminds him that she married him only to save the hotel.
Letting loose her own frustration, she tells him he’s the one who made the mistake of leaving without at least saying goodbye face-to-face.
But she refuses, saying that the best hotels are in Las Vegas and she’s worked too hard to get where she is to leave it all behind. But as scary as Mom looks, she’s surprisingly pleasant as she asks after Soo-ah, letting her know how worried she was about her. Shi-chan buys another round, happy that they’ve married off their boss — who calls him on the phone. Which Hae-young wants to put on him, but not for going out drinking when he should be working — for the phone call seven years ago that broke up his marriage. But it does drive home the point that Hae-young and Sang-hyo never had closure about their relationship. I know that Soo-ah is created to be an unlikable character, but there’s something about her that draws me to her. Because that gives me a little hope that somehow Hae-young and Sang-hyo can work out their problems, too, now that Hae-young realizes how clearly Sang-hyo prioritizes her career.

In the meantime, I’ll just hope that somehow everyone will find a way to be happy and stay alive until the end of the show. I feel like a horrible human being for saying this but the actor gives me the impression of having his skin too tight around his face, if that makes sense? She is a person not an item, so he should talk to her and explain whatever he has to say, the reasons he has to think that this time it will be better. I love that Hae-young finally broke down and admitted he may just lose Sang-hyo all over again. I’m really glad that tvN and the writers are making this a real relationship, rather than having a Second Lead male who never really had a chance with the girl to begin with.
Sang Hyo doesn’t want to, workplace romances tend to be frowned upon, and it would expose her to accusations relating to favouritism (the future of the hotel!). Because he keeps trying to make it happen, instead of either letting it happen or acknowledging that it’s just not going to happen. We finally learn what happened in Las Vegas seven years ago that caused them to break up — despite all of Hae-young’s best efforts, is history doomed to repeat itself? But Hae-young points out that she’s one to talk (what with her running off with Ki-ho).
Immediately convinced, she leans in and whispers that she caught Young-mi blackmailing Soo-ah. When she arrives to collect her suitcase, Hae-young wants to know what kind of guy Sung-gyum is to order her around. They have too much history together for him to leave forever, so she decides she’ll wait until he comes back.
She counsels Soo-ah not to waste her time waiting, or wondering what she did wrong, or if he loved her.
When he mentions that Soo-ah should still be grieving over Ki-ho instead of wolfing down breakfast, Soo-ah tells him that after talking things over with Sang-hyo, she’s decided to forget about Ki-ho.
He confesses that he married her out of genuine feelings, but Sang-hyo says they were finished seven years ago when he left her. She remembers everything about how they broke up, and she doesn’t trust him or his casual feelings.
She’s not going to sacrifice her career for him, just like he refuses to sacrifice his career for her.
As soon as Hae-young leaves, though, she grabs her daughter by the ear and drags her inside.
This is the first episode where I’ve finally come around to the idea that Sung-gyum might actually be good for Sang-hyo (although I still desperately want to know what his secret is!). Normally this is something couples discuss before they get married, but the passionate young love between Hae-young and Sang-hyo meant that they obviously didn’t stop to talk through the big issues before they got hitched.
It seems like the more we see of her, the more we peel back a little bit of her superficial layer to discover a scared young woman who wants to do the right thing, but was brought up to not be responsible enough to manage life on her own. One of the things I love about this show is how independent and capable Sang-hyo is, and how fiercely she defends that independence in not just herself, but other women, too. I want them to become begrudging buddies, if possible, and to needle each other in silly little ways that make each other realize how they need to step up if they want to truly be men worthy of Sang-hyo.
I think subconsciously I have been preparing for the eventual 2nd lead heartbreak which has made me fall behind on this show.
A small bit of childish jealousy can be cute, if the guy knows how to be serious the rest of the time. It’s adorable, and I hope the drama has much more of that since JYH and NGM are very close in real life. As Mom continues to drag her inside the house, Ki-ho watches from a distance, and then falls to his knees in emotional anguish. Yes, she’s shallow and vain, but I do believe she deeply loves Ki-ho and wants to make it work.
Team Leader Cha has been on my radar for a few episodes now, although I haven’t been able to figure out a motive. Probably in real life Sang-hyo would report her ex-husband stalking ways to the police and fall in love with the attractive, thoughtful Sung-gyum. But here the writers are sticking to that childishness all the time, and I cannot imagine any woman falling for this.
Who wants to live life with the one she loves but doesn’t quite know how to do it without demanding for materialistic possessions.
He doesn’t ask Sang Hyo how she feels, what she wants, or how he can make up for their previous disaster of a relationship. Sit down and really discuss what went wrong and how avoid that from ever happening again if you were to get back with the other person. Hae Young clearly loves Sang Hyo, and the looks he sneaks at her are heart-tugging, but then Sung Gyum gives her his little sneaky smile and I’m back on the SLS train.

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