That’s how Seju always dresses. In 3-piece suits. Message from a stalker, a former classmate who thinks she’s an ex-girlfriend. That’s why the impatient looks.
It totally looks like the girl is after his money rather than Seju himself. So he tells her it’s his grandma’s money, the shareholders’, to be exact. Even if he has money, it’s nothing to do with her.
When the girl comments that Mirae with that ugly scar has no right to wear bikinis, it’s the last straw. Seju says she’s much uglier than the scar.
It’s late enough for a drink.
But he sees a girl wading on the beach . . .
Calls the front desk . . . Wait, she seems happy actually.
Oh~ Oh~ Oh~
Falling in love? Because. of. water.
Seju tries out alternative outfits, to look like a VJ. Her grandma can’t understand his taking all the trouble. He can’t understand her blaming his aunts for his uncles’ deaths either.
He casually brings up her grandma’s nickname, Miranda, in relation to The Devil Wears Prada.
Seju’s being close but respectful enough to his grandma, so heart-warming.
Bumping into Kim Shin. Introducing himself. All humble and sincere.
When the security guard almost blows up his cover, he’s his split-second rage on his face.
This is one of the highlights of the episode.
Kim Shin asks for Seju’s opinion on his suggestion about the news program.
“Is a program a piece of art?”
Kim Shin doesn’t like Seju. He doesn’t know it yet. Because Seju thinks exactly like her grandma, when it comes to broadcasting business.