Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) is dumbfounded by Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye) not being able to take her eyes off of the Hollywood Sign, which is situated on Mount Lee in the Hollywood Hills area of the Santa Monica Mountains. Kim Tan all of a sudden says he has somewhere he needs to go and leaves home with Eun Sang and they walk on a beautiful road. Meanwhile, Chan Young (Kang Min Hyuk) is able to meet up with Eun Sang and they look like a happy couple like usual…
Choi Dong Wook: Should I tell you why you lose?
Young Do: You should have resembled your dad, but it looks like you resemble your mom.
Tan: You’re quite cute.
Eun Sang: (jokingly) I’m fine now that you know.
Kim Won: You thought this place was for you to come?
Eun Sang: Are you okay?
Myung Soo: Hehe! *pose*
Young Do: (jokingly) I’m going to kill you.
Eun Sang: So the goal is to be misunderstood as a couple?
Tan: Don’t even think about it.
Chan Young: Cha Eun Sang!
Eun Sang: Chan Young ah!
Chan Young: I was worried!
Bo Na: I’m sure that he didn’t forget me. No way, Kim Tan’s probably not going to sue, right? Because he got hit by Chan Young?
Tan: Do you know me?
Chan Young: Do you know me?
Tan: Just stay. You just have to borrow money, that’s all.
Eun Sang: I don’t have any more reasons to stay here.
Tan: Ah-woo! So frustrated!
Madam Han: Oh my goodness! Did you hear everything?
Tan: I think that she’ll be there if I go.
Rachel: Let’s see if it’s coincidence or fate.
AGB Nielsen reported that the second episode of “The Heirs” recorded 10.5% in ratings. The SBS drama is a romantic comedy that has a star-studded cast featuring Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Woo Bin, f(x)’s Krystal, CNBlue’s Kang Min Hyuk, Kim Ji Won, Kang Ha Neul, ZE:A’s Park Hyung Shik, Choi Jin Hyuk. It revolves around the love and friendship of high school students from the top 0.1% of society and is written by Kim Eun Sook, who is well-known for her other works “Lovers In Paris,” “Secret Garden” and “A Gentleman’s Dignity.”
“The Heirs” will air its third episode tonight at 10pm (KST).