Unaware of the danger she is getting herself into, YooRi proceeds to do what she always set out to do: Help everyday folk get justice while serving them a good cup of coffee.
Carter wakes up in a room covered in blood, surrounded by secret agents pointing their guns at him. He has no memories of anything, including his own identity.
Facing all these new challenges as attorney in training and on a personal level causes Young-Woo to reflect on different aspects of her life. They help her to become more independent and self assured as a person and a professional.
“Forecasting Love and Weather” depicts the love and work lives of employees at the Korea Meteorological Administration.
When Young-Seo’s family leaves her no choice but to attend a blind date, she goes to Ha-Ri for help. Not for the first time they agree that Ha-Ri will assume Young-Seo’s identity and go to the date on her friends behalf. Their plan is to scare off for good whichever young man Young-Seo is to meet with. To Ha-Ri’s utter shock the young man turns out to be her company’s new boss Kang Tae-Moo.
Due to Ji-Hyuk’s changed appearance, the NIS failed to recognize their former agent. But his disheveled look and scarred body are not the only thing that are different about him.