There’s nothing much of good news that happened in these episodes, well, except that Eun Bong-hee (Nam Ji-hyun) has finally returned to work at Noh Ji-wook’s (Wookie) law firm.
Ji-wook talked to her, saying she has to end her vacation now as there are a lot of work that needs to be done. Though I think that’s only Ji-wook’s way of telling Bong-hee that he misses her so much. It could’ve been much happier if the two of them got back together already, but I believe Ji-wook’s decision for them to spend more time apart while they settle the things they need to settle is the right thing to do.
Poor Ji-wook. I could feel the frustration he’s in right now. The two different childhood memories about his parents’ death that keep on haunting him only made his situation even worse. Argh, DA Jang! It’s all your fault! Your manipulations in the past make other people in the present suffer.
Another issue that Ji-wook and his team need to deal with is Jung Hyun-soo (Dong Ha), who has finally awaken from coma.
As much as I want him to stay asleep forever, I agree with Ji-wook that Hyun-soo has to face all his evil deeds and pay for it justly. That way, his victim can finally get the justice they deserve, and Bong-hee can also clear her name. But there’s a problem. Hyun-soo has amnesia!
So that explains why he was tagged as an “amnesiac murderer.” It all now makes sense. At first, I thought Hyun-soo was just faking his memory loss but later on, he was able to convince me it’s legit. But his amnesia is only brief as he also slowly remembered some things from his past, triggered by the photo of the girl he often imagines, before the end of these episodes.
Hyun-soo and that girl’s connection is now getting clearer. I think she’s his girlfriend who was sexually assaulted and killed, and Hyun-soo’s murder targets had something to do with it. What do you think? I’m dying to confirm this, but I’m afraid that in order for us to know the truth, another character will be in danger in the hands of Hyun-soo who is now on the loose.
On a lighter note, I’m loving Bong-hee’s new hairstyle! She’s only 21 years old in real life, but her looks in this drama made her look a bit older. But that is a good thing! Meaning, her transformation is a success because her character required her to look like she’s in her mid to late 20s.
Another thing is that I think Bong-hee and Na Ji-hye (Kim Ye-won) will make a funny BFF duo. Their bickering is hilarious! Lol!
I’m also glad that Prosecutor Cha (Kwon Na-ra) isn’t as eager anymore as before to win Ji-wook back. It’s also so nice to see Ji Eun-hyuk (Choi Tae-joon) slowly opening his heart to her. They’ll be a wonderful couple of they end up together. I just hope that Ji-wook can finally forgive them. I know it’s easier said than done, but I’m still keeping my hopes high.
And!!! Will you agree that Ji-wook looked so good with the little Kim Jae-hong? I could already imagine him as a handsome father so please Ji-wook and Bong-hee make up already, get married, and make babies!