After two years at Kerima Fashion where Lisa has been continually confronted with mockery, rejection and intrigue, the once insecure girl has managed to overcome all obstacles and succeeded in moving up through the ranks.
One huge challenge remains, which is making the most meaningful decision of her life. Who shall she marry – her fiancé Rokko, who worships her like a goddess, or David, the young executive she loved from the moment they first met... but who had also toyed with her feelings?
Lisa is stunned when both men suddenly propose to her. During preparations for the wedding with Rokko, David adds to her confusion by popping the question… but it appears he is too late.
Desperately, David wrestles with his heartache. He cannot simply abandon his passionate feelings for Lisa. Although he knows he has wasted time by not professing his love, he also knows he must leave her alone to make her own decision. But he must still somehow continue fighting to win her heart!
As a sign of friendship he offers Lisa his help in arranging the most wonderful wedding-eve party she could possibly imagine. At first Lisa hesitates, but David is finally able to convince her of his sincerity. Rokko also cajoles her into accepting the generous offer… a move he will later deeply regret. That evening David sings a love song to Lisa, a song that leaves her overcome when all of the old feelings return…
David is relieved! Is there really a chance to win Lisa’s heart back? Suddenly confident, he is already dreaming of their future together. But after the first emotional wave subsides, Lisa comes back to reality. David had surely calculated his every move. He is only using his wedding-eve party offer to try and turn her heart around. Deeply hurt and disappointed, she runs away.
Lisa goes back to Rokko and apologizes for her behavior. Rokko, who adores Lisa, quickly forgives her.
David can’t believe that he has lost Lisa. His ex-fiancée Mariella finally convinces him to go to the wedding to say a final goodbye. With a heavy heart David heads to the church…