This is going to be difficult because I agree with so much of what Kdrama Therapy said and I think we all want the same thing, for Hae Woo to make a decision. Shark19 You can't protect your family AND the man who wants to destroy your family.  Unfortunately, this tends to be a problem many drama heroines run into. Their inability to make a final decision about their situation makes them seem noncommittal and doesn't give them any particular focus. Without that they don't have any goals and there's no way to know where they're headed. At this point, I'm tempted to tell Hae Woo exactly what I want to tell most drama heroines when they can't make an important decision: choose yourself. Whether Hae Woo is deciding between her husband and the man she thought she lost or choosing to continue to reveal her grandfather's lies, if she would choose herself all these dilemmas would be so much easier to resolve. shark20 She keeps threatening to continue digging up the truth about Grandpa Jo, but we all know it's really her begging him to tell her the truth. It's not going to happen. Let it go. Choose yourself and refuse to let someone continue to lie to you about who they are. Shark8_zpsd59a7a69 You spent so much time and energy finding out Kim Jun's true identity, you can put the same energy into finding your grandfather's true identity. Especially since this may be the most important reveal of all since a part of who you are in so deeply rooted in who your grandfather is. Shark30 She's so afraid to tell Joon Young anything that she's ignoring him completely. Maybe because she knows that the only thing she could say to him would be some type of lie, which is generally not healthy when you're, you know, married! It's interesting that these episodes were overflowing with different characters FINALLY finding out secrets that we've known for maybe a little bit too long, Joon Young is still the odd man out. After everything that happened, he's still left in the dark with only his suspicions to keep him company. Ever get the feeling that he's that kid who has to look out the window while everyone else plays outside? Shark36 If this continues, he may do something drastic just to hold onto whatever he thinks he has. He's being left to his own devices and conclusions, nothing good ever comes out of that. Drama gods help us if Hae Woo decides to leave him for Yi Soo. Of course, that would require her to make a decision and making decisions isn't one of her strong points. Shark37 Speaking of, it was nice to see Hae Woo knocked off that high horse of hers when she realizes that she's headed in the same direction her father's mistress may have gone. While I don't support adultery, it's hard to avoid when you don't marry for the right reasons and the man you loved and lost just happens to return. Shark34 One thing I did enjoy about this week was Yi Hyun's kidnapping. Well, not the kidnapping itself, but the fact that for the first time in this show's run, everyone seemed to be on the same page, with the same goal in mind. Just imagine the power these characters would have if they all suddenly joined forces to take down Grandpa Jo. Shark22 Technically, Yi Soo's revenge plan is perfect, but, as Yoshimura Junichiro pointed out to YOU-SO-DON'T-DESERVE-DONG-SOO'S-LOVE Secretary Jang, Yi Soo is letting his emotions take over and he's losing focus. Although he's only losing focus because he's having to choose between the revenge and the woman he loves. Just seems it would be easier if a decision was made between Yi Soo, Detective Byun, and Hae Woo to stop Grandpa Jo. Shark40   More Shark Drama Club: Episodes 14-15  [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episodes 13-14  [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episodes 11-12  [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episodes 9-10   [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episodes 7-8      [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Episodes 1-6      [ Part 1 ] [ Part 2 ] [ Part 3 ] [ Part 4 ] Check out the SHARK Drama Club’s individual blogs! Unnichan: Drama Debussie Twitter: @dramadebussie Kdrama Therapy: