After having a counseling session Bong-Sun is hit by a motorcyclist named Jae-Hee (Yoon Si-Yoon). Jae-Hee eventually leaving the scene, but Bong-Sun still angry with him. A crowd of people are surrounding the woman screaming on the floor.
Jae-Hee begins his job as a parking attendant at a high end clothing store. She is distraught over her boyfriend, who works at the store, dumping her.
Even though she works as a police officer she seems to have very little sense of duty.
She works as a police officer only to pay her bills.
By the same token, I’m beginning to wonder if the woman has to earn the flowers/candy (whatever) first before just giving them to her on a first date or in an attempt to get a date with her altogether.
Instead of trying to convince womankind that they need to re-evaluate what’s comfortable, why don’t you just change tactics? Because there are right ways of doing things and the wrong ways of doing things.
And you’re never going to convince me that giving flowers on a first date is wrong.
Jae-Hee begins to panic thinking back to a car accident from his past.
Soon, he is calm again, but he is fired from his job.
Bong-Sun then notices Jae-Hee standing among the crowd.