If I was her, I couldn't stand to be someone knowing how to use knives so well and who tried to put the nice card all the time but that's just me. As for HyeRi and MooJin, I think getting close to him was part of her plan to infiltrate the agency because he didn't seem to have any problems talking to her about cases once they got to know each other but I don't think she was supposed to actually develop feelings for him which was her real mistake. I also like the soundtrack - very poppy and predictable - but they do a good job fitting each moment. And yeah, it is refreshing to have main characters knowing and having experienced love before. Audio clip: The timer starts counting down—ten minutes till boom. Up until now, I was just watching and enjoying the episodes, but these last two sealed the deal and I'm completely hooked.
Well, Javabeans, you've summed up pretty much how I felt after the finale.
But then, man. I can sum up this episode for you quickly. I got that SB trauma had to do with the accident, I guess because he wasn't there it felt a bit over the top for me. Ah, that would explain his guilt reflex. Everyone we meet shapes our lives in some way, and our experiences make us stronger people.