Sun-woo has a lot to take in and is trying to get used to the stuffs around him, with his love, Bong-sun, at his side. This episode is finally getting to the mystery component and we have our three main characters work together.
Sun-woo asks why her blog is named “You Are My Sunshine” which surprises Bong-sun. He tells her that he knows everything about her, pffftt. Sun-woo confirms the times he were with possessed her, except for when she caught the thief which Bong-sun seems to be proud of it, saying it’s her, hah.
All of sudden, a ghost flashes by and that startles Bong-sun and tells Sun-woo about it. Sun-woo suddenly looks scared and crouches beside Bong-sun, though he claims that he is not afraid. Pfffttt.
Soon-ae updates Bong-sun about the possibility Sung-jae of being involved in Eun-hee’s hit-and-run accident. Sung-jae discovers that his drawer’s lock has been fiddled with. Oh no. He opens it to see that the diary is still inside.
Next day at restaurant, Min-soo suggests hiring someone to replace Bong-sun. So, the boys hire a girl for her looks, however, things go awry at work.
The new girl calls Chef ‘oppa’, doesn’t want to touch the snails and even makes call at work. Ugh. Sun-woo chases her out, yay.
He calls to ask Bong-sun to come back to the restaurant and he takes the call from Sung-jae’s partner, Officer Han, who requests to meet him regarding his sister’s case and not tell Sung-jae about their meeting. From the crime lab, Officer Han confirms that Sung-jae has been the one who attacked him the other day.
However, Sung-jae manages to know about Officer Han’s secret investigation and oh-so-causally gets in Officer Han’s car in his black outfits. Evil as he is, the next thing we see that Sung-jae sends the police car tumbling down with dead Officer Han in it. Damnnn.
Sun-woo fails to meet Officer Han, and when he hears of his death, he rushes over to the funeral in shock, where he meets Sung-jae. Thinking of what Officer Han had told him, Sun-woo starts to become wary of Sung-jae. Yay, finally. It takes freaking 14 episodes, hahah.
Soon-ae and Bong-sun decide to tell Sun-woo about Sung-jae’s involvement in Officer Han’s death, Eun-hee’s accident and probably Soon-ae’s death too. This is too much for poor Sun-wo to take it all in after he discovered the existence of ghosts and falling for one.
After drinking to clear his head and still not believing that Sung-jae is not whom he has known for three years, he goes to the funeral to see Sung-jae. In disbelief, he tells Sung-jae that he and Eun-hee depend on him a lot. This raises Sung-jae’s suspicious but he says that he only has them as family, smiling creepily.
Sun-woo comes home to find Bong-sun waiting for him. She tells him to do finding inner peace which she learnt from Kung Fu Panda which puts a smile on Sun-woo. Aw, so cutee!
She opens her arms wide to offer him a hug and, like Sun-woo though, I half-thought that she was possessed. But, nope, she is 100% Bong-sun, and that is even more adorable! Sun-woo lets himself into her arms of comfort, with Bong-sun telling him that everything is going to be okay.
Next day in the morning, Sun-woo comes home to his mother to have breakfast, but in fact, he is actually trying to retrieve Soon-ae’s diary. Sung-jae is not home so Sun-woo goes to his room and searches.
Just as Sung-jae is returning home, Sun-woo finds it in the secret suitcase. Luckily, he is not caught in action as Eun-hee asks Sung-jae to help Mom out. Whew, my heart was racing fast. Sun-woo makes an excuse to leave which leaves Sung-jae with curiosity and suspicion.
Sun-woo and Bong-sun go to the shaman ahjumma’s house to meet Soon-ae. To check the content of diary and talk with Sun-woo, ahjumma lets Soon-ae possess her which weirds Sun-woo out, hah. The ahjumma, with Soon-ae in her, looks at him differently with those eyes and even tucks her hair behind her ear. Heh.
They check Soon-ae’s voicemail in her father’s phone which Bong-sun has taken earlier. Sun-woo figures that the sounds are from a phone keypad and manages to decode it. They thought it to be a phone number, but it doesn’t exist. Bong-sun gets an idea that it might be a license plate number. Sun-woo high-fives her but not Soon-ae, aw man.
Officer Kang is wailing over the death of Officer Han and Soon-ae waits patiently for her to come out. As soon as she comes out, Soon-ae quickly possesses her and head back in.
She tries to access the computer and after few tries of passwords, she succeeds in accessing. She types in the license plate number and is shocked to see Sung-jae’s car registration come up. She closes the window and rushes out to call and inform Bong-sun.
After she hangs up, Sung-jae comes from behind her and tells her that he has heard everything, saying that he doesn’t know she has much interest in him. Soon-ae tries to get past him, but he grabs her by throat and asks in menacing voice, “Who are you?”
Sung-jae’s phone rings which brings Soon-ae’s memories back – witnessing Eun-hee being run over by Sung-ae with his car. And that was TWICE, ohgosh. He rolled his car over her the second time, ohgawd. Later, Soon-ae was found lying in the bathroom, dying.
Choking Officer Kang causes her to pass out, forcing Soon-ae out of the body. Sung-jae finally comes to face Soon-ae and with a smile, he says, “You finally made an appearance, Shin Soon-ae.” Ahhh! Don’t just stare! Girl, run!!
The final lap is almost here and it takes a long time to finally focus on Sung-jae and his evil spirit, though I am not complaining. In fact, it’s a good amount of time before it reaches the tip of its climax. We are also focusing more on Soon-ae than Bong-sun in this episode as Sun-woo and Bong-sun are now together. More on Sun-woo having to deal with the bombs dropped on him over few days regarding Bong-sun, Soon-ae and now his brother-in-law, Sung-jae. Practically, everything revolves around Sun-woo.
Now that Soon-ae has her memories of her death back and is found out by Sung-jae, I wonder if she is going to be in danger even as a ghost. But then, Bong-sun might be implicated as Soon-ae had been possessing her that Sung-jae might even want to hurt her. Nooo! Not your brother-in-law’s girlfriend! Oh wait, Sung-jae doesn’t even treat Sun-woo as his family. Evil spirit is what making Sung-jae a psychopath. And I gotta give credit to the actor, Im Joo Hwan, for portraying emotionless and evil Sung-jae so well that he looks so creepy with that smile. (It reminds me of the psychopaths in I Remember You.) By the way, it’s more likely that Soon-ae may ascend to the heaven after Sung-jae has been exposed or whatsoever, but nevertheless, Sung-jae should never get away!
I love how the restaurant is struggling without Bong-sun and no girl can replace her that Sun-woo tries to get her back to work. Hah. The assistant chefs, except Joon, need to realise that personality is what matters most, not the looks! No, I mean, they need to realise that Bong-sun is most needed as she has been doing the job!