Netflix’s Hello Me Episode 13 Recap: Sadness and Heartbreak

Hello Me is a South Korean TV series starring Kim Young-kwang, Choi Kang-hee, Eum Moon-seok and Kim Yoo-mi. The series is based on the 2011 novel Fantastic Girl by Kim Hye-jung. Hello Me episode 13 is directed by Lee Hyeon-Suk.

Hello Me episode 13 recap

Oh man, what an emotional episode Hello Me episode 13 is! And it’s a direct, but still different, extension of the last episode. There are so many emotions and heartbreaks here that it makes this k-drama a worthy watch and it’s slowly becoming one of my most cherished shows. Since we know more about the characters now, everyone has made a special place in all of our hearts, which makes Hello Me episode 13 a little difficult and sad.

So, the episode starts off from where we left off last. Ha-ni’s mother figures out who Scarlett really is and the two girls, along with Ha-yeong and their mother, finally realise Scarlett’s true identity. It’s an emotional moment for both Ha-ni junior and her mother, as they hug it out and discuss what transpired over the last couple of months.

On the other hand, emotions also flare for Yu-hyeon, Ji-man and Do-yun. Ji-man, after collapsing in the last episode, realises that he has completely lost his eyesight. Although Do-yun knows about his diagnosis, Ji-man is unwilling to let his son know and hurt him more. Thus, when Yu-hyeon comes to visit him, he tells him that he’s just tired from all the stress.

Taking advantage of this, however, Ms Han goes into emergency management mode and takes control of the company. She pushes her nefarious plan into action and manipulates Do-yun to do her bidding. Due to the lack of communication between Do-yun and Oh Ji-eun, they don’t realise that neither of them needs to keep Ms Han’s misdeeds a secret.

Hello Me Episode 13

Anyway, Ms Han is unhappy with Ji-eun and berates her and calls her a bunch of disrespectful things. This segment will boil your blood because Ji-eun is really a good character and Do-yun’s incapability to stand up to his scheming mother and protect his pregnant wife will definitely make you feel rage. In addition to this shitshow, the staff at Joa Confectionary get to know that the cleaning, cooking and temporary staff will be fired from the company. This pushes the employees to worry and speculate and everyone realises that Ha-ni might just lose her job as well.

On the other hand, Scarlett gets a surprise visitor from Anthony, who has come to see her and has brought food! The two are just about to start eating when she realises that she doesn’t have something and quickly goes to the store to buy it. On her way back, she is almost hit by a car, and afterwards, Ha-ni, who saves her, tells Anthony that he cannot meet Scarlett anymore. Angry and annoyed, she asks Ha-ni what exactly is going on, and the latter doesn’t have a choice but to tell her the truth. Scarlett is scared and confused, understandably, and later on, they make a decision to shift Scarlett to Ha-yeong’s place.

  • Hello Me Episode 13
  • Hello Me Episode 13

One of the biggest revelations come to Yu-hyeon in ­Hello Me episode 13, who realises the scheming that is taking place behind his ill father’s back. He learns from Seung-seok that Ji-eun and Ms Han were behind the plagiarism fiasco. He goes to talk to Ji-eun, learns about her involvement and the entire scandal, and later on, when he goes to meet Ms Han, learns the truth about Do-yun’s involvement in the matter. He’s heartbroken and crushed, and later on, follows Do-yun to learn what has happened to Ji-man. It’s a moment that might drive you to tears – seeing the kind-hearted and fun-loving Yu-hyeon sobbing is absolutely devastating.

Hello Me episode 13, as I mentioned previously, is an episode that has deep emotions and is heart-breaking for a variety of reasons and you just want all of these characters to catch a break. However, it bodes well for the series as a whole because now I am absolutely engrossed in the storyline and cannot wait to see where it takes us.

Hello Me episode 13 is streaming on Netflix.

Liked the Hello Me episode 13 recap? Read the other recaps of Hello Me here, or all of our other reviews here.




Hello Me episode 13 is an episode that has deep emotions and is heart-breaking for a variety of reasons and you just want all of these characters to catch a break.
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