They load up Eun Ha's body onto a wheeled gurney with the sheet pulled up over her face. Poor Ji Sook looks like she is being walked to her death as she shuffles along. But our heroine is not as weak as she appears. Faking a stomachache Ji Sook goes into the woman's bathroom and drinks a bottle of perfume. This allows her to realistically throw up in the hallway forcing Seok Hoon to let her be readmitted.
Min Woo has arrived at the hospital intent on asking his fiancee what really happened during his blackout (remember he had a hypnotist induced dream that he choked her). He stares down on Ji Sook who is fake sleeping. Min Woo tries to pull down the blanket (so he can look at her neck for bruising), but Ji Sook holds on tight. He realizes that she is faking and when she ignores his request to say it wasn't him (poor Ji Sook has no clue what he is talking about) Min Woo grabs her and starts shaking her while screaming "Say it... Say it.."
After this wonderful incident Ji Sook decides that it is better to go with Seok Hoon to
Dejected and coming back from the police station, Ji Sook's night is still not over. In her parking lot is a loitering Min Woo who is still trying to confirm whether or not he choked his fiancee. He barely says hi before he is grabbing at her throat, tearing off her scarf to see the bruising.
It is the official meeting of the families that is held prior to a Korean wedding. Min Woo steps up and declares that he can't marry Ji Sook. I have to really respect his integrity that he would cry off of the wedding, even though his father threatens to disown him. Unfortunately for all, Ji Sook does not have the luxury of taking him up on his offer and instead declares that she will learn to love her new husband so she won't have to wear a "mask" in their marriage. Have I mentioned that I adore how this character is written?
Hahahaha the servant couple are adorable.. I thought it was funny last episode when they took a selfie with their nicely organized fridge.. And now they are back, both being noble and taking the blame for spilled wine on the carpet.