Jin is enraged but laughs off the question about the bribe. He goes to the studio where the show is filmed to confront Ae Jung. He chases after her in his car and rams her car from behind when she hits the brakes. He pretends to be hurt and is taken to the hospital. The accident is used as an excuse for him not being able to make his big Hollywood debut. The whole thing is blamed on Ae Jung. In exchange for Ae Jung taking the blame, Jin gets her a spot on Se Ri's dating show Couple Making.
Ae Jung is supposed to meet with producers from the show but walks into the wrong room and meets with Pil Joo instead. He mistakes Ae Jung for a female doctor he wants to hire to work at his hospital and attempts to discuss "her price". Ae Jung thinks Pil Joo wants to "buy" her. She chews him out and storms off. Only later does Ae Jung realize that she walked into the wrong room.
Eun Ho recommends Pil Joo to Se Ri for the dating show. She meets with Pil Joo but he's reluctant to appear on it. Only after learning that Ae Jung will be on the show, does he become interested in it.
Jin witnesses manager Jang slap Ae Jung. Jin's heart rate increases whenever he hears the National Treasure Girls song "Thump Thump". He's not sure why though.
I am watching this show-- currently on ep 3. So far I like it. Jin sometimes seems a little wierd to me, the way he looks at people seems a bit creepy...... I think this may be just to show the differnt sides of him in a more noticable way? The story line is a bit typcial-- a boy and a girl at "odds" with each other then they fall in love (probably?) The heart monitor thing on Jin's wrist is a bit over the top-- like showing his heart beating in his chest when he hears "the song", but not a big deal. So far I like this--for once I am not having trouble keeping track of who's who----yet!
I am watching this show-- currently on ep 3. So far Jin sometimes seems a little wierd to me, the way he looks at people seems a bit creepy...... I think this may be just to show the differnt sides of him in a more noticable way?
Yeah, I believe they're trying to show a contrast between his public image and how he really is.