Joo Won explains his decision not to marry Ra Im, that impoverished relationships based on love can't survive for long while arranged marriages based on economic benefit stay solid. Still, he remains fixed upon shadowing her till his interest in her fades. Boon Hong receives misleading evidence that casts aspersions on Joo Won's sexuality, which leads her to boldly announce Joo Won's forthcoming marriage to Yeun-Sul. Since Joo Won fears getting stripped of his presidency and home, he can't object but recognizes this marriage as part of Yeun-Sul's plan to make Oska suffer. Meanwhile, Joo Won's recent disclosures about Ah Young's personal habits distress Sung-Oh into thinking the pair have cozied up together; finding out that Joo Won covered half the debts of the Action School leads Bong-Ho to believe it's time to strike; Ra Im makes an audition tape; Oska turns to Ra Im for consolation; and, a new leader is named for the Action School.Written by
Kim Joo Won:
Sure, we could fight the good fight - against my grandpa's siblings who stand ever ready against my chances at becoming the permanent CEO of the department store through inheritance, and against the investors who expect my marriage to be a merger and acquisition transaction, along with the many shareholders, and against my mother who will go out of her way to hurt you and drag your name through the mud . Unlike most people, my marriage is a complicated business with many stakeholders. In the ...
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