It's Okay, That's Love
An ex-convict is back in and decides to stab Jae Yeol while giving a bachelorette a midnight kiss. This sends him back to prison, leaving Jae Yeol injured. Hae Soo is asked by Dong Min to substitute for him in a talk show and meets Jae Yeol on set. Their debate leads them to a crowd cheering Jae Yeol into asking her out. With their respective significant others in place, that probably isn't going to be the case.
Another incident takes place, and Jae Yeol seems to be there to rescue Hae Soo. He ends up making the situation worse, which leads to Hae Soo accidentally hurting him. They find themselves in the countryside after a night-long car chase. As Jae Yeol continues his way to fame as an author, Hae Soo gets tangled up with psychiatric work at the hospital. Do they see each other once more before they die, or would it be a phone call promise that would fade like melted snow?
Jae Beom is Jae Yeol's imprisoned brother. He's got a hundred and fourteen days before he's re-released as Jae Yeol fights copyright infringement cases that ruin things for himself and his best friend. He also accidentally reveals a secret that leads Hae Soo into seeing her boyfriend in a different light. A big problem arises when Hae Soo mistreats Jae Yeol and finds herself looking for a new home. Breakfast as a parting gift? Maybe a kiss would be enough to pay the price for the damages.
Jae Yeol seems to have seen a different side of Hae Soo after she falls asleep in his apartment. Soo Gwang, Dong Min, and Hae Soo meet bad girl student So Nyeo and scolds Jae Yeol for flirting with high school students. A kiss from Jae Yeol makes Dong-Min believe that there are better therapies out there for Hae Soo, other than the ones he's been administering all this time.
A misunderstanding between Jae Yeol and Hae Soo make their lovers quarrel even worse than it already was. Hae Soo takes on a new patient with schizophrenia who cuts off his arm, and Jae Yeol takes his friend to the hospital. His friend, on the other hand, keeps disappearing when other people start looking for him.
Hae Soo finds out that Jae Yeol never sleeps in his bedroom, for reasons from his childhood. A kiss under the cave reveals more about the anxieties of Hae Soo. Dong Min finds out a lot about Jae Yeol and his brother's past but hesitates whether or not he should reveal the truth to Hae Soo. So Nyeo is offered a job in the cafe, and everyone around Jae Yeol believes that he is the kindest person on earth, but nobody knows much about the past he wants to conceal.
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