Progress Report provides ongoing impressions of serials or sets I view them.
I was almost disappointed with this episode. I wasn't sure where the series would go now that the first set of storylines had closed off and in this case, the comedy was somewhat subdued as the story ran straight for the big relevant question that was put off in the first episode. And then more (seeming) closure. But I'd imagine that it's not really closure since we're in episode 8 of a 16 episode series. All the same, this is a good out point, which makes me wonder why the storyline wasn't modified a little to carry on better. On the other hand, there are some rather potent moments in this episode and you can tell, even early on from Son Yejin's nuanced acting that something's up. For that, despite feeling like all the central storylines have formally closed up, I'm going to keep watching.