Our escort endeavors to set individual sentiments to the side as he thinks about the proposition for employment, however that demonstrates troublesome when he continues to run into his new ex-author companion. A good thought and word from her bring him solace on a difficult day, extending the draw among them. In any case, they’re by all account not the only ones extending associations. A certain moaning spouse battles to fail to still up in the air ex and starts bringing down his protections.
Ddak-yi glances through the pursuit history on the PC Kang-jae was utilizing and sees Bu-jung’s name. He feels it’s natural yet can’t recollect why. Min-jung springs up behind him and asks what’s happening. At the point when Ddak-yi is sly, she says dear companions shouldn’t stay discreet.
Min-jung caught Kang-jae’s remark about something steering clear of him and assumes he’ll be taking that work. In his structure’s lift, Kang-jae murmurs as he again takes a gander at Bu-jung’s photograph on his telephone.
He gets out of the lift and encounters Bu-jung. Frightened, Kang-jae returns her bow and attempts to hustle away, yet Chang-sook shouts to him. Bu-jung appears as though she needs to slither under a table when her father goes up to Kang-jae and presents himself and Bu-jung.
Kang-jae squints in shock when Chang-sook inquires, “Do you need a piece of cake?” Ha. Bu-jung develops much more embarrassed when her dad advises Kang-jae to stand by here with Bu-jung and gladly flaunts the cake she got as an award.
Whenever he’s gone, Bu-jung tells Kang-jae he can go; her dad’s behaving like this for reasons unknown. Kang-jae thinks Chang-sook appears to have his own explanation and compliments her on whatever procured her a cake. Bu-jung is quiet and off-kilter obviously.
Kang-jae takes note of that they should trade numbers since they’ve met once more. He vows not to message her a great deal and holds out his telephone. Bu-jung wavers prior to taking it and entering her information. He calls her so she’ll have his number as well.
Chang-sook returns running with a cut of cake for Kang-jae to bring home with him. How charming. Inside his condo, Kang-jae remains in the entryway and gazes at the cake until his movement sensor lights go out.
Outside, Bu-jung asks why her father gave Kang-jae the piece of cake. Chang-sook says he blew up and jokes they’ll check whether Kang-jae disregards them since he gave him cake. PFFT. He just gave him a little piece since he doesn’t care for him. Goodness my gosh.
Bu-jung jokes that she must’ve gotten her mean streak from her father. Maybe than denying she’s mean, Chang-sook simply says they’re both not unreasonably terrible. Also, presently Kang-jae will not disregard her any longer. Bu-jung asks what her dad intends to give Kang-jae next in the event that he disregards her. Ha.
Somewhere else, Min-ja calls Jung-soo from the salon. She uproariously calls Bu-jung “Author Lee” so different women will coo over her effective girl in-law and says she needed to tell her that Ah-ran is on television at this moment.
Jung-soo alerts his mom not to let Bu-jung hear her utilization the name “Author Lee” since she loathes it. He chastens his mom for dropping by again without calling and grumbles that the kimchi she left for him is excessively pungent.
Bu-jung shows up home and discovers Jung-soo watching Ah-ran’s meeting on television. She turns it off yet Jung-soo whimpers that he needs to see it, so she throws him the remote. He betrays and advises Bu-jung to come watch with him – Ah-ran has quite recently begun discussing the book.
At the point when Bu-jung advises him again to turn it off, he thinks about what’s happening. Her and Ah-ran used to be close. Did they battle? Bu-jung doesn’t react.
Jung-soo sees the cake on the table and grumbles about its quality, thinking she got it for her dad. Those modest cakes are brimming with awful fixings. Bu-jung snatches a fork and delves into the cake since he will not eat it.
She shouts at him for being so hateful. Imagine a scenario in which her dad had gotten it with his well deserved cash. Jung-soo then faults her for not disclosing to him where it came from sooner. She generally keeps silent and afterward makes him the miscreant.
Seeing her cry, Jung-soo apologizes and says he’ll eat it, yet the harm is finished. Bu-jung says he doesn’t have to trouble since her father didn’t get it. She throws the remainder of the cake into the waste and closes herself in the pantry to cry alone.
Bu-jung portrays one more message to Ah-ran. By and by, Ah-ran burst into her considerations and hauled her back to the damnation of her memory from the uncommon, sweet dream she was having.
Kang-jae gets a quick customer solicitation and plans to leave. He then, at that point gets a bank notice; his mom wired him the cash total with revenue. She texts to inquire as to whether he ate kelp soup for his birthday. Kang-jae sends her a photograph of the cake. Aw, what great planning.
Bu-jung contemplates whether she’ll at any point have the option to live lighthearted once more. When she can’t cherish herself, can she begin once again? Mi-sun messages “I love you” yet eradicates it and sends “Congratulations!” all things being equal. Kang-jae drops his ride to meet his customer and heads to his mother’s place all things being equal.
While Min-ja gloats to a companion that Ah-ran’s last book was so fruitful in light of the fact that her girl in-law composed it, Bu-jung ponders when this damnation will end. Ok ran is as yet lying about her nonexistent cheerful family and the book she didn’t compose.
Ok ran sits alone at Akira, watching her meeting. Knowing Ah-ran lives in dread of when it’ll all come slamming down gives Bu-jung the mental fortitude to continue onward. “So please live more perilously, more wretchedly, and all the more hollowly.”
Jong-hoon brings Ah-ran a huge bouquet so she can post an image via web-based media of the beautiful roses her significant other sent her for their tenth commemoration. Ok ran shares that Author Heo has one more youthful sweetheart. “Jong-hoon, should we kick the bucket together?”Jong-hoon decreases, saying he needs to carry on with a long, normal life.
Kang-jae taps on his mother’s window, awakening her. She enthusiastically welcomes him in and fixes him some moment kelp soup. Mi-sun had wanted to arrange him better food, yet he arrived so behind schedule. Kang-jae sees Chang-kyu dozing and comments that being a parental figure is a tiring position.
Mi-sun needs to find out about his birthday. Did he come in the wake of hosting a get-together? Kang-jae lies that he celebrated at a club in Gangnam. Mi-sun loves Ddak-yi and inquires as to whether he was there.
Kang-jae shares that Ddak-yi thinks their birthday events are around the same time. At the point when Ddak-yi welcomed Kang-jae to his birthday celebration in grade school, Kang-jae lied that it was his birthday also to escape purchasing a present. He never amended the untruth, they actually don’t trade gifts. HA.
He reveals his mother to stay quiet about this on the off chance that she at any point ends up seeing Ddak-yi. He’s delicate and it’ll damage him. Heh. Mi-sun affectionately tucks Kang-jae’s hair behind his ear as he eats, alarming Kang-jae.
Mi-sun says she’s helped to remember when he was more youthful. She could smell the aroma of the cleanser Kang-jae utilizes the second he ventured through the entryway. Despite the fact that they all utilized a similar cleanser, just Kang-jae had that new fragrance.
Seeing his gloomy look, Mi-sun can enlighten he doesn’t care for talking concerning the past times. She changes the subject and asks who got him cake. Kang-jae says it was a local companion. At the point when his mother inquires as to whether it’s a female companion, he moans it’s simply a “individual companion.”
Bu-jung sets up a mat to rest in the pantry, overlooking Jung-soo’s proposal to rest on the love seat and give her the bed. She saves Kang-jae’s number as “Cloth” however at that point changes it to “Last Unit.”
As Kang-jae leaves his mother’s, he gets a somewhat long text from Bu-jung. She says thanks to him for all his assistance and says she’ll leave his cloth in his letter box. It’s been some time since she added another contact who wasn’t an associate or relative, so she needed to message him.
Kang-jae discovers the hanky flawlessly collapsed and enclosed by plastic in his letter box. In spite of the fact that Bu-jung composed he didn’t have to message back, she is by all accounts expecting an answer – she continues to really look at her messages for the duration of the day, in spite of the fact that he won’t ever react.
Charm nam welcomes himself to follow along to a wedding Min-ja welcomed Soon-kyu to join in. He contends everybody anticipates that they should go together at any rate since the entire area thinks he and Soon-kyu are resting together.
Before long kyu shushes him, ensuring her priceless younger sibling Soon-joo’s ears. Ok, so that is Ddak-yi’s genuine name. Charm nam educates her Ddak-yi previously left. She censures Charm nam for not comparing her productive younger sibling who invests all his energy at the library.
Kang-jae, Ddak-yi, and Min-jung get all dressed up and head to what exactly I’m speculating is a similar wedding setting. Min-jung booked the work and discloses they simply need to find a seat at the companion table, be agreeable, and eat at the smorgasbord.
Bu-jung calls Jung-soo to disclose to him she’ll meet him at the setting. She triumphed when it’s all said and done a somewhat late work thing come up. He alerts her not to be late since his mother is amped up for this occasion and will go crazy if Bu-jung isn’t there on schedule. She hangs up on his annoying.
In the vehicle, Jung-soo inquires as to whether the food she purchased is intended for her better half. Kyung-eun clarifies that her better half can’t eat any longer – this is intended for her. She then, at that point adolescently begins replicating whatever he says like she believes it’s adorable. I can’t with her.
She gets energized when he stresses in case she’s wiped out, yet her grin drops when he calls her an issue. “You’re correct, I’m the issue,” she concedes and pummels the vehicle entryway as she leaves.