Viewer ratings (Nielsen)
Episode 1 @3.9% Episode 11 @5.3%
Episode 2 @4.9% Episode 12 @5.6%
Episode 3 @5.1% Episode 13 @4.8%
Episode 4 @4.9% Episode 14 @5.4%
Episode 5 @3.5%
Episode 6 @4.7%
Episode 7 @3.5%
Episode 8 @4.4%
Episode 9 @6.4%
Episode 10 @6.1%
Jung Hee has become an enigma to me since the previous episode 13. He is aware that Eun Hee is Moon Eun Kyung, his stalker from the past and despite being haunted by harrowing memories, he is now so bent on achieving success that he is willing to stick it out with her.
It seems to me Jung Hee’s sole driving force is his children but can he give them true happiness by going to such lengths? Dealing with someone so mentally unstable as Eun Hee could result in terrifying consequences. With the hint of Bong Gu having a romantic interest in Jae Bok, my hope for a reconciliation between her and Jung Hee is fading a little. It would be a pity as the playful friendship between Bong Gu and Jae Bok is much more fun to watch.
From outside the room, Jung Hee hears the altercation between Jae Bok and Eun Hee but surprisingly he backs away and beats a hasty retreat. Could it be because he could not deal with the truth at that moment or perhaps he did not want to reveal that he is aware of Eun Hee’s identity?
As he hastily drives away, he gets a flashback of the traumatizing accident which nearly killed him.
Eun Kyung refuses to let Jung Hee out of the car and demands his promise not to leave her, to say that he will love only her forever. She speeds up and as he tries to wrest the steering wheel from her, the car swerves dangerously.
The car crashes through a barrier and stops short of a steep cliff. If Eun Kyung had driven over it, most likely both of them would not have survived.
Jung Hee’s mother finally relents and confides in Jae Bok how Eun Hee’s stalking had nearly killed him. It had been so traumatic that he had suffered a memory loss after the accident.
Jung Hee burns the photos he had removed from Eun Hee’ room, as if doing so would erase the unpleasant memories. It seems to give him a renewed determination to cast aside his former self and achieve what he has set out to do.
Eun Hee prepares a romantic setting to celebrate their engagement, unaware that Jung Hee’s mind is flooded with harrowing memories of her attempted suicide in front of him.
During Eun Hee’s counselling session with Won Jae, what she related about her past was a contradiction to what actually happened. In her imaginary world she was the one Jung Hee loved instead of Jae Bok.
Jae Bok had moved to Won Jae’s house with the children. Unlike Hye Wook who still seems very attached to her dad, Jin Wook appears a little distant as he’s unhappy that they had moved out again.
Eun Hee had made a promise to Jae Bok that she would leave for Canada for good if her identity is not revealed to Jung Hee. But unable to leave him, she secretly prepares for their wedding and future home.
On realizing that Eun Hee had lied, Jae Bok decides that sympathy for her was unnecessary. It was time to tell Jung Hee the truth.
I find it strange that Jung Hee is visibly shaken to be told that Eun Hee is his stalker Moon Eun Kyung. Isn’t he already aware of her identity when he regained his memory and saw those photos in her room?
After all the deceit for two-thirds of the drama, I’m glad what should be revealed is finally out in the open . Applause to Jae Bok for telling Jung Hee what he needs to hear …. here is your tormentor and stalker Moon Eun Kyung, who buys your heart with money and tore our family apart.
And double applause for telling Eun Hee to stop her lies, just shut up and get out of their life.
It’s uncertain how the drama will progress from here. If Jung Hee is still determined to carry on as if it did not matter, I would give up on him if I were Jae Bok. If this revelation helps to bring him back to earth, at least it would have done him some good. Happiness is not always about having money and prestige, it’s being there for your loved ones. I hope he will be able to heal from his traumatic past and be the kind of man he should be.
Why do I get the feeling that the danger is not over even if Eun Hee leaves. I believe her obsession with Jung Hee is not going to end anytime soon. If she becomes even more unhinged, I would be worried for the children. Since Eun Hee/Eun Kyung was prepared to die with Jung Hee back then, she might really intend to take him with her this time.
I can’t quite figure out what is the purpose of having Na Mi back from the dead. So far, she had not done anything to get back at the people who had used her. Could it be possible that she might sacrifice herself to save Jung Hee when he’s in danger? With 6 more episodes to go, anything is possible. One can always imagine.