Suspicious Partner Episode 18 Recap

Suspicious Partner Episode 18 “Bong Hee’s Golden Age” (part 2) Recap

No Ji Wook (Ji Chang Wook) informs Assistant Jang (Jang Hyuk Jin) searching Chan Ho’s apartment only yielded a photo of Bong Hee with two other friends. Assistant Jang promises to try and establish the identities of the friends in the photo. When Bong Hee strolls by Ji Wook gets a goofy look on his face making Assistant Jang smile. Assistant Jang asks if Ji Wook has shared his suspicions about Hyun Soo, the client Ji Wook got acquitted but later learned was guilty. Ji Wook says once he has concrete proof, he’ll tell Bong Hee.


District Attorney Jang meets with Cha Yoo Jung (Nara) and Na Ji Hae (Kim Ye Won). He asks them to re-investigate the murder of his son. He can’t accept that the accused murderer, Bong Hee, was acquitted. Yoo Jung points out there were two murder weapons. District Attorney Jang freely admits he fabricated one of the weapons to convict Bong Hee. Ji Hae agrees with District Attorney Jang that Ji Wook planted the second weapon so Bong Hee could not be convicted. Yoo Jung doesn’t believe that Ji Wook would falsify evidence. District Attorney Jang tells her to prove it.

Isn’t falsifying evidence a crime? And accusing Ji Wook of doing the same thing, that’s another faulty logic leap. Anger blown out the candle of District Attorney Jang’s mind.

Eun Bong Hee (Nam Ji Hyun) agrees to help Lawyer Byeon Young Hee (Lee Deok Hwa) beat his drunk driving charge. Recall just before calling a driver, he moved the car to stop a cart from hitting a woman.

When Bong Hee “wins” the honor of doing dishes for a week, Lawyer Byeon agrees to take the chore. Ji Wook can’t help but notice all the males in the office being solicitous to Bong Hee. Ji Wook gets close as he explains particulars on Lawyer Byeon’s case. Bong Hee leans away, not sure she wants his attention.


While eating lunch with her mother Bong Hee explains she’s hit her stride, the golden age. She’s happy at work but that scares her too. What if she loses this? Ji Wook’s mother, the owner, snorts. Bong Hee wonders why the owner always eavesdrops on their conversations. Recall she does not know the owner is Ji Wook’s mother. Bong Hee’s mother tells her to ignore the antics of her bored owner. Ji Wook’s mother can’t keep her mouth shut, proving she is eavesdropping.

Hyun Soo sees Assistant Jang investigating in the neighborhood. He learns Ji Wook checked out his alibi at the bar. Hyun Soo wonders what Ji Wook is up to.

Ji Wook has a nightmare that Hyun Soo stabs someone. Bong Hee finds him fitfully dozing and wakes him. He pulls her into a hug and asks if she’s okay. Bong Hee asks if she died in the dream. Ji Wook says he doesn’t know who got hurt in his dream. Ji Wook releases Bong Hee and apologizes.  Bong Hee agrees to stay with him while he falls asleep. Obediently Bong Hee lays down. Bong Hee tells the sleeping Ji Wook that she won’t fall for him no matter how good looking he is.

I’m irked that Bong Hee is stubbornly refusing to reciprocate Ji Wook’s feelings. Considering she’s fearless in so many things, this doesn’t feel completely authentic instead is feels manufactured for plot convenience.

Bong Hee represents Lawyer Byeon at the trial. Ji Wook and Lawyer Ji Eun Hyuk (Choi Tae Joon) both watch from the gallery. Ji Wook claims he’s there to support Lawyer Byeon. Lawyer Ji counters he’s there to watch Bong Hee in action. The judge rules that Lawyer Byeon must pay a $3M won fine or work for $100K won a day until the fine is paid. Lawyer Byeon is not happy. He literally chases Bong Hee down the hallway.


Yoo Jung bemoans the loss of her friendship with Ji Wook and Lawyer Ji to Ji Hae. Watching the Ji Wook, Lawyer Ji and Bong Hee walk down the street together, Ji Hae comments that Bong Hee has won. Seeing “her guys” with Bong Hee, Yoo Jung rushes to confront them. But it doesn’t go well. Ji Wook and Lawyer Ji look at her with pity and walk away with Bong Hee. Yoo Jung watches them with tears in her eyes.

Ji Hae is a weasel and Yoo Jung can come off as pathetic at times.

As a drunk Yoo Jung walks home, Lawyer Ji follows discretely from across the street.

The police find a knife that Hyun Soo planted in what I’m assuming is Chan Ho’s car.


Assistant Jang reports to Ji Wook that finding concrete evidence against Hyun Soo is slow going. Ji Wook wonders if one of the friends in the photo or Hyun Soo purchased Bong Hee the shoes that were delivered to her office. Lawyer Ji interrupts to show them the news report that the murder weapon was found in Chan Ho’s car. The police pledge to capture Chan Ho who now appears to be the chef’s murderer.

Hyun Soo smiles as he watches the report. Things are going as planned. Even better Bong Hee is meets with him.

Lawyer Ji notices Assistant Jang and Ji Wook’s reaction to the news report. He asks what’s going on. They are interrupted when Lawyer Byeon comes looking for Bong Hee. Ji Wook realizes that Bong Hee is gone.


Hyun Soo admits that he fabricated part of his alibi on the day of the murder. Bong Hee asks why he’s admitting this now. Hyun Soo explains that he felt he owed her the truth because she believed in him. Bong Hee recalls the rising doubts Ji Wook has had about Hyun Soo. So she smiles and pretends to accept his apology and his lame explanation. Hyun Soo walks Bong Hee towards her car but he turns away when the man Bong Hee is paying for the banner (looking for a witness for the murder she was falsely accused of) chats with her. Hyun Soo overhears the man ask if the witness contacted her (Hyun Soo was the witness who spoke with the man). Bong Hee says no one every contacted her. She wonders if this man sent her the shoes. She asks for a description but the man doesn’t remember. Hyun Soo decides to test if the man remembers him and stands next to Bong Hee. The man doesn’t recognize Hyun Soo. Ji Wook calls Bong Hee. She reports that she’s with Hyun Soo. Ji Wook tells her to bring Hyun Soo for supper to celebrate that Chan Ho has been identified as the chef’s murderer. Bong Hee extends the invitation to Hyun Soo, who accepts. Bong Hee wishes the man a good day. He and Hyun Soo stare at each other as they depart.

Yoo Jung recalls Ji Hae’s negative words about Bong Hee and Ji Wook’s relationship. Yoo Jung wonders if Ji Wook did compromise his ethics to get Ji Wook off.
Bong Hee and Hyun Soo arrive for dinner. Bong Hee drags Ji Wook upstairs and demands to know why he didn’t share his suspicions about Hyun Soo with her. Bong Hee claims Ji Wook made her feel dumb that she blindly trusted Hyun Soo. Lawyer Ji overhears their conversation. Ji Wook counters that he was waiting for definitive proof. Bong Hee counters that a lie of omission is still a lie. Ji Wook apologizes. He asks why she doubts Hyun Soo. Bong Hee explains that Hyun Soo admitted to lying about his alibi. That surprises Ji Wook. Bong Hee admits now she’s wondering about Hyun Soo. They see Lawyer Ji listening to their conversation. When Ji Wook and Lawyer Ji join the rest for dinner, Yoo Jung is there. She claims she came for work.

What? You show up unannounced and expect to join the team for dinner? I was uncomfortable with Ji Wook and Bong Hee discussing Hyun Soo when he was in the house. Lawyer Ji’s eavesdropping showed that conversation should have occurred after everyone left for the night.


During dinner Ji Wook mentions the news report about Chan Ho being the murderer. Lawyer Ji asks if Hyun Soo knows Chan Ho. Hyun Soo denies this. Yoo Jung pointedly states that those acquitted without the real culprit identified are forever assumed to be guilty. Bong Hee states she’ll find the real culprit. Yoo Jung announces the murder case of District Attorney Jang’s son (and Ji Wook’s ex-boyfriend) has been reopened. She promises to reexamine all the evidence and draw her own conclusions. Yoo Jung says the murderer may be at this table.

My Thoughts

Bong Hee was not happy to be the last to know that Ji Wook suspects Hyun Soo. Ji Wook offered the lame excuse that he was waiting for solid evidence. But Bong Hee considered his silence a lie of omission. She’s not wrong. Though Ji Wook’s intentions were to protect Bong Hee he put her in greater danger as she maintained friendly contact with Hyun Soo. Now that Lawyer Ji and Yoo Jung are in the mix, could one of them be the person that Ji Wook dreamed would be stabbed by Hyun Soo? Did you shake your head that the murderer and falsely accused murderer sat side by side each other a dinner while Yoo Jung announced she was investigating the case and would find the real murderer?

Eun Bong Hee (Nam Ji Hyun) continues to let her fear stop her from responding in kind to Ji Wook’s declaration of affection. I’ve had enough of that. Bong Hee lives with more gusto than these actions indicate.

No Ji Wook (Ji Chang Wook) can’t find the evidence to prove Hyun Soo is the murderer. Ji Wook dispatched Assistant Jang to search for evidence but to no avail. Now that Hyun Soo knows that Ji Wook suspects him, what will his next move be? It was cute to watch Ji Wook get a bit jealous when Lawyer Byeon, Assistant Jang, and Lawyer Ji were solicitous to Bong Hee at work. We are at the half way point in the series. I’m ready for their romance to take off.

 

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20 comments on “Suspicious Partner Episode 18 Recap
  1. imberreader says:

    Wow, Ji Wook is being VERY obvious, hahah.

    Oh my, what is DA Jang up to? Those two are definitely not the best to hand the case to… Not only they’re prosecutors, not investigators (though seems like they do that job, too), but they have their own reasons to make Bong Hee guilty. Did DA Jang not know Ms. young Prosecutor was his son’s girlfriend? Isn’t it illegal for someone close to case to investigate?

    And OH MAN, they think Ji Wook did it? F**k. He isn’t shady like you, dammit, DA Jang. Yay for Yoo Jung pointing that out!

    I love that Bong Hee approached Mr. Byun, but stood by her own, with asking to be called properly. It was time for that to happen! And as such, the late night scene with Mr. Byun comes to matter. I’m sure it will do so more, over-arching.

    So that’s the game they’re playing for chores!! (What a company, formed by adult, responsible people…) I never quite get how it’s played, though I’ve seen it in various kdramas. Ji Wook’s intense stare and disappointment, though, haha!

    But the worldess conversation between Mr. Byun and Bong Hee is even more golden!!

    As is Ji Wook’s silent stare when any of the men are being nice to Bong Hee. Mr. Byun is totally sucking up to her, though, I’m sure, haha. So, really, no need to be jealous! But the candy bit was, like the cutest!! Nice, Eun Hyuk. And you can actually see Ji Wook calculating things, haha. “It’s my turn, but what do I do??”

    So he goes and talks about work, ha! And she gets another ‘can’t hear a thinggg, overwhelmed by his presence’ moment. (I am guessing by the slow-mo, she had the same thing when he approached her after Forensics Guy nearly took her home.) Can’t blame the homegirl, though!

    As always, love the mom-daughter conversations. We get another peek in Bong Hee’s life before the kdrama, we need those. And, of course, there’s more shade (needed one) thrown at Ji Wook’s mom. Double shrug slayed it, though.

    Wait, was that murder…. Ji Wook’s nightmare or something that happened? And wow, that acting. The way he looks around, trying to figure out where he is now, then focuses on Bong Hee and her alone, like honing missile. The stutter makes a comeback and I just… I am so glad he has someone to hug right now. And though he doesn’t know who got hurt, his primary concern is for her, aww. I am guessing that after death of his father, in front of his eyes, he definitely has fear of losing dear ones like this, and as his mother is rather safe and Bong Hee has dark things looming over her, it makes sense. But my heart breaks and mends for him nonetheless.

    And then comes the realization… Oh no, he looks like a frightened, hurt child, slouching there. And the mirroring of two (!) scenes at the same time – offer of five minutes and the love of mankind. (Which was such a denial line when coming from him, too.) He looks at her as if she’s the sun in his darkest night, though and I’m just melting here. I got stupidly teary eyed when he touched where she had petted his head… Especially when I recalled how he is really desperate for human touch and interaction (to the point he’d substitute it with touching wall as he walks).

    Ji Wook: *inches closer while looking at Bong Hee with pleading eyes “please dont scold/reject me”*
    Me: dead

    Also the way his hand unclenches from end of sofa as he falls asleep… Those little details!! And again, another mirroring of scene, when she said she won’t have feelings for him, when watching him sleep.

    That seat shifting!! Eun Hyun, stop acting so sly when you’re not sly at all. “He’s like father figure to me” Ha! More like uncle you like to tease and boss around!

    Well… at least she tried!! And he won’t lose his licence.

    Mmmm, I wonder what was basis for Yoo Jung to want that attention so much, did she have issues at home or was she just greedy for attention? Ms. Young Prosecturo is kind of right.

    Oh man, what a bad timing!!! Yoo Jung’s about to explode and ruin a nice moment for trio. And Jin Hye even tried to stop her… Dammit. That definitely hurt Yoo Jung more than those 3, I think. But when/if she goes to prove Bong Hee is definitely guilty, out of possible pettiness, that’s gonna be bad…

    Welp, nevermind, that turned awkward/painful for the trio, too. Mutual “ouch, the head” moment… I did love to see Ji Wook and Eun Hyuk kinda team up to reassure Bong Hee, both times.

    Oh. Oh no. The across the street walking parallel.

    Ohhhh no. Someone’s getting framed. (The Forensics guy.)

    … Yep, I was right.

    Our murderer is smart, he knows that if Ji Wook hasn’t talked to her, it’s best if he reveals himself and paints in favorable light, instead of Ji Wook. He knows how to pull on her sympathy/empathy heartstrings. I can’t figure if she fell for it, or her instinct is kicking in, from the way her smile dimmed at the end.

    Too bad the man doesn’t remember, but at least he won’t get murdered for that. Hopefully.

    Ji Hye will convince Yoo Jung that Ji Wook comprimised the case, won’t she… /angry

    Ji Wook, that wave with knife didn’t look staged at all, nope. I like that she confronted Ji Wook about the lies and wasn’t all on Soo Hyun’s side immediately. Points for her. As soon as she knew he has lied, there’s a shadow of doubt. I like that they’re on the same page now, though, and he treats it accordingly. Also Eun Hyuk is on the secret, hmm.

    Here for work, but will make the dinner more awkward anyway. That double conversation between the ladies.

    The writer of this is same as I Remember You/Hello Monster and I think they have a deep love for the ‘awkward dinner with the suspect/murderer’ concept, haha.

    That preview, ooh. (Will stop there!)

    BUT THE EPILOGUE!! D’awww! You are so cute, Ji Wook! The bunny looks so much like you!! The struggle to get it was real, too. (Will try to find it and link it, sometime.)

    P.S.
    I don’t think it’s just simple fear that stops Bong Hee. Or even if it is, it’s a kind of layered one. She spent a LOT of time trying to stop her feelings from overflowing, before and after confession, only to have him come around rather soon after. It feels… Well, unsteady. Though his kiss and confession was very sincere, the need to make sure he won’t change his mind in next few weeks also come into play. So, she’s giving him hard time and testing him. There’s also her rather mule-ish stubborness in play, I said I won’t fall back into you, so I’m not doing that (hint hint: you never went anywhere, Bong Hee. Just turn around in his arms and give him a good kiss!). On top of that, he’s still not being sincere with her about the Hyun Soo case, which, I think, doesn’t help the whole situation. Hard to trust someone with your already broken-mended heart when they’re not being wholly truthful. Especially about something important to both of you.
    I think there is more, but I just woke up so… xD

    • Ji Wook’s nightmare or something that happened? And wow, that acting. The way he looks around, trying to figure out where he is now, then focuses on Bong Hee and her alone, like honing missile. The stutter makes a comeback and I just… I am so glad he has someone to hug right now. And though he doesn’t know who got hurt, his primary concern is for her, aww. I am guessing that after death of his father, in front of his eyes, he definitely has fear of losing dear ones like this, and as his mother is rather safe and Bong Hee has dark things looming over her, it makes sense. But my heart breaks and mends for him nonetheless.
      Excellent analysis. I concur this scene taps into his fear of loss and someone else he cared about would be hurt. Originally I thought the dream referenced Ji Wook being injured but then the victim becomes murky. His desperate hug of her felt real. Again, I would have totally melted on the spot. How she resists is beyond me.

      The writer of this is same as I Remember You/Hello Monster and I think they have a deep love for the ‘awkward dinner with the suspect/murderer’ concept, haha.
      Appreciate the insight.

      She spent a LOT of time trying to stop her feelings from overflowing, before and after confession, only to have him come around rather soon after. It feels… Well, unsteady. Though his kiss and confession was very sincere, the need to make sure he won’t change his mind in next few weeks also come into play. So, she’s giving him hard time and testing him….he’s still not being sincere with her about the Hyun Soo case, which, I think, doesn’t help the whole situation. Hard to trust someone with your already broken-mended heart when they’re not being wholly truthful. Especially about something important to both of you
      His lying by omission to protect her had to backfire because it is a dumb thing to do. He puts her at risk by keeping her ignorant.

      • imberreader says:

        You’re right, I’d probably have melted, too. I am glad she extended the offer of 5 minutes, though, as he clearly didn’t dare to ask in that moment.

        I agree, this ‘oh I am doing this to protect her’ lies trope should end. Just go out of the used trope list. Take a vacation. Sadly, it seems to have settled with this kdrama. I try to look at it from beyond kdrama perspective and wonder, would the person in situation do this? It’s likely, sadly. Because that’s what we do, tuck away things that worry people we love and hope we can protect them ourselves. Sadly, doesn’t work that often.

  2. Beez says:

    While I’m also irked, cause Bong hee need to jump on that, I get that Ji Wook has given her false hope in the past by asking her to accept his hugs but then still not wanting to enter a relationship. That’s been torture for her dealing with his flip-flop so that’s what she thinks she’s protecting herself from.

    While I have felt pity for Eun Hyuk, it seems unfair that he is allowed back into the fold but what’s-her-cheating-name is not. I’m the unforgiving type so neither would be back in my life, but in the context of the show, it just seems like the CheaterGirl is being ostracized more than CheaterBoy. I do get that, as Ji Wook’s woman, she violated an entirely different level of trust and normally, I’d get how he can forgive his guy friend more than his woman (because she violated a more intimate trust). Except that their situation of all three growing up together makes ot an equal betrayal by both parties in my book.

    And ditto what imberremember said about Ji Wook placing Bong hee in more danger by not telling her, especially when he knows she’s casually hanging out with a possible murderer!

    • imberreader says:

      I think the thing with Eun Hyuk versus Yoo Jung is… the level of apology they extend. Eun Hyuk has done a lot over many years (since the cheating incident, it seems, or soon after) to try and make up for it, and admitting he’s at fault. While Yoo Jung disappeared and now she’s come back and is like, WELL, you didn’t love me enough, so I went and slept with a dude, our best friend, who has been in unrequited love with me for years. SO IT IS YOUR FAULT I BETRAYED YOU, BUT I WANNA BE WITH YOU AGAIN ANYWAY.

      Eun Hyuk on the other hand, accepts he can’t be entirely forgiven and just does what he can to make Ji Wook’s life a little easier (I am 100% sure Ji Wook hasn’t entirely forgiven Eun Hyuk, he just isn’t all rawr I 100% hate you all the time), and becomes an earnest friend to Bong Hee in the meantime.

      So, it is more about the specific characteristics. Though I’d like to see Yoo Jung in more sympathetic light, too, for the sake of narrative, even though her actions can’t and shouldn’t be excused.

      Anyway, I completely agree with you about the flip-flopping and the way Bong Hee wants to avoid further hurt from that.

      • While Yoo Jung disappeared and now she’s come back and is like, WELL, you didn’t love me enough, so I went and slept with a dude, our best friend, who has been in unrequited love with me for years. SO IT IS YOUR FAULT I BETRAYED YOU
        Her withdrawal helped create the void that cannot be overcome. I agree that she justifies her betrayal by blaming him. That is not an apology that is a justification. Lawyer Ji on the other hand, hasn’t turned away, is sorry, and has worked to regain some level of a relationship with Ji Wook.

      • Beez says:

        @imberrembere – yup. *nodding my head* to everything EXCEPT I DON’T want to see Ms. Cheater in a more sympathetic light. In fact, I’m mad that the actor playing Eun what’s-his-face is so sympathetic. I want to continue to hate him. lol

    • Ji Wook has given her false hope in the past by asking her to accept his hugs but then still not wanting to enter a relationship. That’s been torture for her dealing with his flip-flop so that’s what she thinks she’s protecting herself from.
      I hear you. However he’s been crystal clear this time where you could say that she extrapolated in their initial time together. Ji Wook shot himself in the foot by pulling away so I’m not blaming her reticence. I’m am bothered that when he opens his heart to her, which he has not done before, she doubts him.

      • Beez says:

        “…I’m am bothered that when he opens his heart to her, which he has not done before, she doubts him.” kjt
        Ya know, that’s true because she doesn’t have to worry that Ji Wook just wants “some” because he could’ve had that any night since she’s been living in his house. 😉

      • imberreader says:

        I think anger plays a role in the current denial, too, she’s rightfully angry. With time, anger will melt away and she’ll be more accepting of his advances. Besides, she is a woman AND has feelings for him… There’s no way she can resist for that much longer, haha. Especially if he ups his game even further.

        • Beez says:

          See,I disagree. You can’t be angry because someone doesn’t want to enter into a relationship with you. Each person knows for themselves what they’re ready or not ready for and how they feel about an individual at a given time. We’re saying that he should’ve because we are privy to why he didn’t allow himself to entertain the thought, but if we weren’t, then we’d think maybe He just plain ol’ didn’t like her. Maybe he didn’t like that she dyes her hair. Maybe she didn’t smell “right”. lol

        • No way she can resist his eyes filled will longing for her, his nearness, his need for her comforting presence, and the memories of their kiss. Sigh…I’d totally capitulate.

      • imberreader says:

        She wasn’t angry at him for not wanting to enter relationship, she accepted it, didn’t blame him and said she will get over it. But I can see she’d get angry/frustrated at him and whole situation when, as soon as she is semiiiiii-over it, he decides to pursue her. Like, she was obviously angry in ep-something after the car scene, and she was like I MIGHT MAKE YOU WAIT TILL YOU DIE, etc. That scene. There was clear anger. And that’s what I’m talking about. And I’m not even surprised she’s angry/frustrated, plus scared to succumb to his bountiful charms right away. + Emotions aren’t always logical.

        • Beez says:

          Agreed: “emotions are not always logical” and I never denied she’s angry. I just don’t agree she’s justified in her anger.

          The only thing I could agree with her about is if she truly believes this might be another flip flop on his part.

        • “succumb to his bountiful charms right away” JCW does have a bounty!

      • imberreader says:

        So, since the flip-flop is so recent even in kdrama time (a day or two have passed, at maximum), I think when the anger cools she’ll be a lot more accepting of it all, I think, haha.

  3. Jane Tilly says:

    Imberreader hit the nail 🔨 that the difference between cheater Eun Hyuk and Yoo Jung is the recognition and remorse about the betrayal. Eun Hyuk 👞 is contrite and has made efforts to atone, Yoo Jung 👠 is 🚫 not remorseful, other than she knows she lost a good man. Ji Wook hasn’t forgiven either of them.

    Oh I agree with KJT about the irony of Yoo Jung’s​ declaration of Hee Joon’s murderer 🗡 possibly being in the room, while sitting across from the falsely accused murderer 🗡 sitting by the side of the actual murderer 🗡. I thought it was declared at Bong Hee’s trial that she could never be prosecuted for Hee Joon’s murder 🗡 again. What is the point of reinvestigating Hee Joon’s murder focusing on Bong Hee as the culprit⁉. Looking 👀 for other potential murder 🗡 suspects would be worthwhile.

    I don’t 🚫♥ like Ji lying by omission I agree that “He puts her at risk by keeping her ignorant.”. Ji Wook needs to realize Bong Hee has her big girl panties on and can deal with the truth. I 💗 Bong Hee is smart enough to see through Hyun Soo’s lie about his alibi. Neither her client or her colleagues give Bong Hee enough credit​ 💳 for being able to discern the truth, although I’m not sure she has clarity of Hyun Soo being the chef’s actual murderer. Who all has Hyun Soo 🗡 killed⁉. What is the specific motives⁉. Who are the other 3⃣ potential victims and why⁉

    I concur with KJT that even being hugged by Ji Wook would melt ❄💧💦🌊 me on the ⚫. I think 💭 Bong Hee resists out of fear Ji Wook will flip-flop 👡 again; her heart 💗 simply cannot take another reversal of his feelings.

    • Beez says:

      I know it’s not feasible but I keep thinking (wanting) that snake -eyed frenemy to be implicated in the murder of the prosecutor’s son. I know she wasn’t because the son only got killed for being in the wrong place at the wrong time… but I’m holding out impossible hope.

  4. Ji Wook needs to realize Bong Hee has her big girl panties on and can deal with the truth. I 💗 Bong Hee is smart enough to see through Hyun Soo’s lie about his alibi. Neither her client or her colleagues give Bong Hee enough credit​ 💳 for being able to discern the truth, although I’m not sure she has clarity of Hyun Soo being the chef’s actual murderer. Who all has Hyun Soo 🗡 killed⁉. What is the specific motives⁉. Who are the other 3⃣ potential victims and why⁉
    Ji Wook needs to believe in the intelligence of the woman he cares for not, keep her in a protective bubble.

    Excellent questions about Hyun Soo….Enquiring minds want to know!

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