Han Seok Joo slips away on a train from the police raid with a lending hand from Ji Soo Hyun. It's the first time they meet, but Soo Hyun knows Seok Joo. With her photographer in an accident, she makes him an offer. Seok Joo accepts, but in return, he asks her to track down her daughter.
With his daughter in the hospital recovering from heart surgery, Seok Joo heads out to work on a tip. He infiltrates Chaeum Clinic and takes photos of Dr. Kim raping one of his celebrity patients. The pictures are promising, but with the leak, Dr. Kim offers to cure his daughter for the pictures. However, Seok Joo ignores Dr. Kim's offer and sends in the photos for publishing.
With the photos desperately needed by Soo Hyun, Seok Joo is taken to a nearby hospital by locals who discovered him half dead. He gets treated, and while still unconscious, the doctor finds Soo Hyun's business card and calls her office. Meanwhile, a man appears at Sunday Syndicate pretending to be Soo Hyun's close friend.
Having obtained Seok Joo's whereabouts, Mr. Kang from Gong Agency sends his men to get the incriminating photographs of his idol stars gambling. However, Seok Joo sees them coming and tries to get away. Meanwhile, knowing that Mr. Kang's men were on to Seok Joo, Soo Hyun reports Seok Joo as a law-breaking paparazzo to the police.
Seeing his talent, Soo Hyun proposes to work together, but Seok Joo declines and walks out. With his daughter's address in his hand, he cleans himself up and buys a bunch of gifts. Meanwhile, Soo Hyun allows a Nara News photographer in her exclusive interview with Jean Paul Lafelt, a renowned fashion designer, in hopes of getting information on Seok Joo in return.
Seok Joo finds Se Eun at the hospital wandering around by herself and gets a chance to talk to her. She suddenly has a seizure and almost loses her life. Crushed and utterly devastated to what he just saw, Seok Joo leaves the hospital. But as he nears the exit, his ex-wife, Min Jung, stops him.
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