How Baek Yi-jin has left town without a trace, to the angst and sadness of Na Hee-do and Ko Yu-rim.
How Baek Yi-jin and Na Hee-do manage to communicate with each via messages left on each other’s pager voice mail.
The contrast between Na Hee-do, who is confident and gets what she wants, while Baek Yi-jin has lost all of his confidence, he leaves town, and he can’t find a job.
How Baek Yi-jin’s mom doesn’t know how to support her sons, while Na Hee-do’s mom can’t find it within herself to support and believe in her daughter.
When Na Hee-do tells Ko Yu-rim that she didn’t want to be on the national team, but be Ko Yu-rim’s rival, it feels like a threat.
Na Hee-do has secured a spot on the national fencing team, but her happiness is tempered by Baek Yi-jin’s disappearance, Ko Yu-rim’s coldness, and her mother’s indifference.
Our surprise when we found out that injeolmi is a real thing! Injeolmi is a type of rice cake, often covered in some type of coating.
The K Drama elements in this episode: alcohol, the FILA product placement, crying, holding hands, and first snow.
The gorgeous cinematography in this episode, especially at the end of the episode.
The background and career of the amazing Kim Tae-ri.
The shows we’re watching now. Joanna is watching Something in the Rain and One Sprint NIght, while Sung Hee just finished Divorce Attorney Shin Sung Han