Park Bo Gum and Song Joong Ki eat pizza, Kim Ji Seok and Kim Jae Wook play second fiddle, Lee Dong Wook and Gong Yoo have a domestic dispute.
Kim Young Kwang reunites with Joo Won, Lee Sang Yoon reunites with Shin Sung Rok, and a North Korean diplomat defects to South Korea.
Train to Busan reaches a milestone, CL officially debuts in the US, and birthdays for Yoo Seung Ho and Lee Sang Yoon.
Hae Young (Seo Hyun Jin) finds an unlikely kindred spirit in morose sound engineer, Do Kyung (Eric Mun) in that … More
A documentary takes a daring look at North Korea, Lee Jong Suk is as pretty as ever, and Kim Ji Seok looks like a fun guy.
Though Do Kyung’s safety is not assured, he and Hae Young make a go at living together happily. Soo Kyung and Jin Sang find romance.
Things finally come to a head between Tae Jin and Do Kyung.
Hae Young asks for mercy as Tae Jin takes his revenge, and Soo Kyung absolves Jin Sang of any responsibility.
Hae Young worries about loving Do Kyung more than he loves her, Do Kyung struggles with telling Hae Young about his imminent death, while Soo Kyung and Jin Sang grapple with kissing each other.
Soo Kyung tries not to despair over Jin Sang, while Hae Young and Do Kyung decide to live for love.