Since she was little, Ha-ram has relied on her sunglasses to keep her sanity, because without them, she begins to see terrible things.
Both having important things to say to Mu-gang, Su-wan and Ha-ram visit his hospital room, but he doesn't seem to recognize either of them.
Notorious for his coldheartedness, Grim Reaper 444 is a big name in the otherworld. But his newly assigned partner threatens to ruin his reputation.
Devastated Ha-ram blames herself for Mu-gang's memory loss. 444 is desperate for Ha-ram's help, but Ha-ram isn't easily persuaded.
Determined to save the boy, Ha-ram heads back to the city of Mujin alone. Black is reminded of his consequences if Ha-ram succeeds in her endeavor.
Waking up from a nightmare about a videotape, Black realizes he's becoming more and more humanized and decides to hasten his search for his partner.
While at the hospital to do a favor for Man-soo, Ha-ram sees a vision of a stranger's death that contains a crucial piece of information.
As Black learns of the details behind Mujin’s shopping mall disaster, he finds it increasingly hard to set his emotions aside as a Grim Reaper should.
With Tiffany's assaulter still unidentified, Ha-ram strives to protect the lives of those involved in the incident -- much to Black's annoyance.
After hearing an explanation about Mu-gang's childhood photo, Black becomes troubled that Ha-ram doesn't know the truth.
At the site of the protest, Ha-ram foresees a fire accident involving a small child. Black crosses the line that a Grim Reaper should never cross.
Despite a stranger's warning about meddling, Ha-ram tries to track down a serial murderer -- even though an investigation is already underway.
As the detectives gather details about the psychopathic killer who's shaking up the country, Black continues his frantic search for Ha-ram.
Black hurries back to the site of Ha-ram's disappearance. Crazy Dog gets hold of what appears to be a safe key belonging to Man-soo's father.
Shocked by the news report about his father, Man-soo asks to see Man-ho and demands to know the truth. Ha-ram's mother confronts Black.
By retracing Mu-gang's steps on the day he was shot, Black gathers clues into the whereabouts of a videotape that contains definitive evidence.
Black chases after leads that will help him solve Joon's case, which is still a mystery. Meanwhile, Ha-ram spots a shadow inside someone's body.
Despite the urgent prodding from 416 and 007, Black becomes conflicted about whether to turn in the laptop as evidence.