This drama narrative moves so fast, nothing kept secret (for the sake of using it to tell the story) as the focus always remains on the problem that the secret pertains to. How to resolve it is the joy of watching Vincenzo think outside the box with his new right hand woman Cha Young meeting him beat for beat. He’s got a crazy idea, she adds to it, he calls in favors for her, she tells him that he did a great job. I can see the relationship building through the partnership, nothing overt but beautifully nuanced and noticed between them. Just lovely stuff. The detour to Babel Chemicals criminal misconduct was wrapped up quickly, taking down the corrupt doctor always providing false medical testimony through his beleaguered wife who is more than ready and able to take revenge. Joon Woo gets even madder which sends Lawyer Choi into framing Cha Young but then the tables reverse as Vincenzo cuts a deal with her to give her something she wants even more. I don’t know how many more times he can pull rabbits out of a hat but it’s hella entertaining. The residents of Geumga Plaza are back to being wary and weird because, as expected, the strange homeless dude from the last episode did indeed tell them about the 12 billion won worth of gold bars buried underneath. It’s weird that I always thought it was Vincenzo’s gold but now that the Chinese businessman is dead it’s totally finders keepers and no reason for the residents not to covet it. Especially with Joon Woo turning his attention back to demolishing it to build his Babel Tower (lol). The final “battle” for liberty was yet another brilliant operatic comedy that this drama is so great at delivering.