Sorry for the lateness of this nutshell everyone; it’s been somewhat of a crazy few days. But the series wraps up this week and I’ll try to post the final two as soon as I’m able. 🙂
On to episode 14…
Nutshell: Ji-an and Tae-kang discuss whether or not he should go to America (now that he finally knows that the baby is his); they decide that he should, so that when he returns he’ll be a good father and a ‘respectable’ man (because right now he’s… what, exactly?).
Still, there’s barely a week before his flight and Tae-kang first tries to push the date back and, when that doesn’t work, he decides to use the time they have left together to pamper Ji-an and to ensure she’ll have everything she needs while he’s away.
Ji-an, meanwhile, wants to lead the collaboration and suggests that Na-ri act as the PR officer (given how preoccupied she is with appearances); Na-ri says that it’s up to her mother to make the final decision and so the project head is revealed – of course – to be Na-ri, with Ji-an relegated to the role of representative.
Both Ji-an and Tae-kang’s parents find out the truth of the baby’s parentage and both are upset, particularly when Ji-an and Tae-kang reveal that they have no immediate plans to marry (if at all). And they aren’t the only ones to climb on the discovery bandwagon: Na-ri, too, learns the truth and after putting on her best sad/angry (?) face, warns Ji-an that this will ruin Tae-kang’s life and career; she blackmails Ji-an into quitting (if she quits, Tae-kang gets to keep his job and scholarship to study in America; if not…) and Ji-an, shedding a tear as she looks around the office she loves, shreds her contract of employment.
Eun-sung implies that the baby is a girl; Ji-an is relieved to hear that, as she’d worried about raising a boy (which, in drama-speak, means: it’s a boy! haha, fooled you all! Amirite?). He tells Ji-an to bring Tae-kang to the next sonogram, which she does. They watch the baby on the monitor and Tae-kang smile-cries to see his child for the first time.