Episode 2 Mini-recap
We begin the episode right where we left off: Kang-woo hiding in the sassy spy's bed. He thanks her and mentions that her hospital bills have been paid for, but that she shouldn't expect anything more.
Hee-bok steals his way into the hospital Mission: Impossible-style, and confronts Myung-wol about her roguish behavior. Apparently, invading the south without reason is punishable by death. Sensing trouble, Myung-wol quickly lies that she came to South Korea to kill Kang-woo. It's only after Hee-bok accepts the story and leaves that she realizes she acted without thinking again. She didn't really mean to say she'd kill Kang-woo.
Myung-wol immediately attempts to jump out the window after Hee-bok but gets stopped by the guards posted outside by Kang-woo's manager. Hee-bok sends his message to the North Korean HQ, only the DJ (they send messages through the radio) changes his spiel at the last minute and the message is decoded wrongly, with "Eliminate" becoming "Picture." The North assumes Myung-wol went to the south to "take a picture with Kang-woo." Oops. The general who had Myung-wol accompany his daughter to Singapore orders Ryu to eliminate her.
Hee-bok makes another trip to the hospital and warns Myung-wol about the decoding mix-up. Someone will soon be arriving to kill her. He leaves her with Kang-woo's current whereabouts and peaces out.
In the meantime, Kang-woo meets up with Chairman Joo who's been backing him financially for the last five years. Joo asks Kang-woo about the book he bought in Singapore, but Kang-woo brushes it off as nothing important. Hmm…
Myung-wol manages to escape from the hospital and goes to a DVD room to watch old Kang-woo movies. As she's re-bandaging herself, she finds a tracker placed by Hee-bok. Deciding that the best move would be just to find the damn book and get the hell out of there, she heads to Kang-woo's place.
As she searches, Myung-wol doesn't find the book, and instead gets caught hanging off the roof of his house by Kang-woo himself. He helps her up, but she passes out from the pain of her injury.
Myung-wol wakes up in his bed and listens to him spout a lengthy spiel about why he has no reason to notice her: she's only a high school student, she doesn't even come from money and her appearance is not his style. She fakes amnesia and insanity, which makes him worried and eventually scared, but disappears from his house when he goes looking for painkiller.