The Heirs Episode 9 Preview by joonni on November 3, 2013 Rachel: Do you know what has been happening in school because of someone like you? Kim Tan and Choi Young Do are beating each other up. What are you going to do?! Man: Give me your hand. Eun Sang: If you keep doing this, I’m going to call the police. Young Do: The police is here. Eun Sang: Why did I become your target? Young Do: I went to the house you lived in before. Eun Sang: I’m not new money. Some girl (Rachel?): It seems Tan wants to date another girl. Won: Your existence alone is a misunderstanding, reason and source of trouble. That is what a child of the mistress (bastard) is. Tan: I’m still not going to let go of your hand. If I keep going, you’ll be at the end of the road, right? Eun Sang: No. I’ve already run away and disappeared. Tan: I like you! What do you want me to do?! Eun Sang: I like you too. Maid: A guest came. He said he is Tan’s friend. Young Do: Hello, Tan. Oh my. Tan and Eun Sang holding hands, and Eun Sang confessing she likes him too! Whew, we’re getting some honesty about her feelings, although I doubt Eun Sang is going to do anything about it at this point. But with Tan holding her hand and doing all those little boy in love things, it’s going to be hard to resist. We also have two tall boys using their long legs to beat each other and others up (and not innocent people). I’ve never seen a drama use so many kicks before. I like Won a lot, but I’m getting protective of Tan too, so if Won keeps throwing those verbal daggers at Tan, he is going to lose my sympathy. Won, stop living your life as a victim!!! I understand how painful it must have been as a child, but when you deliberately hurt others to lessen yours and at someone who had no choice in the matter, I can no longer pat you on the back.