Missing ₩70 billion appears to three sisters who grew up in absolute poverty but with a close bond. Entangled in a conspiracy that involves the rich and powerful, three sisters who wanted to live like everyone else confront a life task whether to keep or to return the money.
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In-joo and In-hye debate what to do with a shocking piece of evidence. In-kyung contends with fallout from a media firestorm.
The episode was rated 8.50 from 28 votes.
In-kyung causes a scene at a party celebrating Park Hyo-rin’s win in a contest. In-joo heads to a mental hospital to deliver an orchid and seek advice.
The episode was rated 8.51 from 37 votes.
Reeling from recent events, the sisters must look further into the past in hopes of finding the truth. In-kyung unlocks a secret. In-joo hatches a plan.
The episode was rated 8.59 from 27 votes.
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The episode was rated 8.61 from 44 votes.
In-joo and In-kyung start new jobs and dig deeper into unanswered questions. Sang-a takes a sudden trip, inciting a surprising reaction.
The episode was rated 8.64 from 28 votes.
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The episode was rated 8.66 from 35 votes.
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The episode was rated 8.79 from 29 votes.
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The episode was rated 8.85 from 27 votes.
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The episode was rated 9.04 from 28 votes.
Jae-sang makes a drastic move. In the aftermath, the sisters face the wrath of familiar adversaries, newly emboldened with great power.
The episode was rated 9.10 from 31 votes.
In-joo travels abroad and receives an unexpected welcome, leading to more questions. In-hye and Hyo-rin attempt to help Sang-a, who's in isolation.
The episode was rated 9.16 from 32 votes.
Park Jae-sang faces a threat. With some help, In-hye and Hyo-rin set out to start fresh. In-kyung finds her own way of shining light on the truth.
The episode was rated 9.17 from 30 votes.
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