As said, remembering that life’s greatest lessons are usually learned at the worst of times and from the worst mistakes is critical to change. I understand Lee Ji Soo"s (Im Yoon Ah) pain but attacking Jun Hyuk for his compliancy when she did the same by going along with the newspaper’s bid to manipulate and take advantage of YS’s death wasn't any different. But I guess it’s a lot easier to judge someone without knowing them first.
I can see why Hwang Jung Min is the great actor he is; his performance in this episode was stellar. The best moment for me was when he told Yoon Kyung (Yoo Sun), “Daily Korea is the press, and what press sells its family’s death for money.” I understood YK’s reservation for going against the status quo, but that didn’t stop me from being deeply disappointed in her choice of words, as words have power. And no more valid words were ever spoken when said that wrongs will not be righted until those unaffected are as outraged as those who are. Only when one asks the right questions will they get to the correct answers--maintaining the agenda, breaking the silence, now that’s a brilliant strategy.