Where we last left off was after the car crash, I believe. We see a third character emerge from the wreckage of the scene. Han Woo Tak is a local police officer that is saved that night from being killed. As it turns out in later episodes, Woo Tak has somehow become infected with the virus of premonition dreams. He will later tackle this idea by making the assumption that the person saved by a dreamer becomes a dreamer themselves. We see this is Jae Chan is saved from drowning as a younger boy by what he thinks is a brave boy which turns out to be Hong Joo. Woo Tak's presence in the series becomes crucial as he stops So Yoon from stabbing herself with a chopstick as well as preventing a group of college kids from beat up on Jae Chan and Hong Joo.
Hong Joo and Jae Chan's characters have become a lot closer than in previous episodes but neither of them wants to admit they have feelings for the other. Jae Chan sort of made a step forward by telling Hong Joo that he'll walk her to work everyday. He also makes her feel better by saying he'll do whatever he can to help her.
So far in the series, there are some themes that keep arising. The relationship and connection between people becomes a crucial point for this drama as well as the rivalries that exist. Guilt and the fear of punishment has become a huge theme throughout this drama, and finally the overall theme of the drama which is that nothing is set in stone. You may dream it but it doesn't mean it has to come true.
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