Mr. Kim offers a gay discount at the store, while Mrs. Kim tries to find Janet a cool, Christian, Korean boyfriend.
Mr. Kim gets competitive with Janet over who is the better photographer. When Jung applies for a promotion it has a surprising effect on Mrs. Kim and Kimchee.
Jung draws the wrong kind of attention from his boss when he gives Kimchee a Korean wedgie at work. Mr. Kim commissions Janet's friend Gerald to take his photo instead of asking Janet.
Mr. Kim is frustrated with Frank, a repairman who talks too much, while Janet's cousin Nayoung visits from Korea, challenging Janet's sense of what it means to be "Korean".
Mr. Chin asks Mr. Kim to be his wingman on a date, which is fine until Mrs. Kim tags along. Janet asks Jung to help her fix a dripping pipe at the store, but the repair is interrupted by an intruder.
Mr. Kim scolds Janet's professor's kid; Jung discovers Kimchee's method to make extra money.
Janet takes a Hapkido class but Mr. Kim questions the teacher. Jung runs into an old flame.
Mr. and Mrs. Kim's relationship is tested when Mr. Kim offers free stuff at the store to the attractive new female pastor. Janet dates Jung's friend Alex, and Jung pretends to be cool with it.
Mr. Kim tries to prove that "best before" dates mean nothing when Janet objects to his selling expired ravioli; Mrs. Kim's serving up her homemade galbijjim at the church bazaar when a surprise visit by Jung forces her to admit that she's embarrassed by his troubled past.
Janet is tired of working at the store for free. When Mr. Kim refuses to pay her, Janet looks for work elsewhere.
Mr. Kim fixes a broken toilet for Kimchee; Jung hides out with Shannon; when Edwin drops by, Janet believes there's more to his relationship with Mrs. Kim.
Mr. Kim finds a lump on his back; Shannon brings Jung to a work event.
Before Janet can reveal her big news, she must survive the family singing festival at church; Mr. Kim gets attention for his new SUV.