Gun is guilt ridden by his relationship with the women in his life. Mi Young’s anger towards Gun reaches the boiling point.
It’s a subdued episode, with Mi Young proving she’s no longer a Post-It girl, and both Gun and Daniel vying for her affections.
Mi Young has not gotten over her miscarriage nor Gun, Gun stalks his ex-wife, while family on both sides miss the exes.
It’s a sad episode, with the double whammy of noble idiocy and a traumatic event, all capped off with a fabulous time skip.
It is time for the amnesia plot line as Gun wakes up and conveniently forgets the last three months.
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Gun turns into Mr. Hyde, the divorce agreement goes public, and everyone collapses as Mi Young flutters around.
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Mi Young and Gun act like true newlyweds, though this does not stop Gun from preparing for their divorce.
Gun and Daniel duke it out in a race, Se Ra finally comes back to town, and Mi Young gets her happy ending. Or, does she?