Sideways: Sun kicks Jin's shoes under her bed and brings Keamy the watch, but Keamy's all about the Benjamins -- just different Benjamins than the one Benjamin who most concerned him when he was on Craphole. "Your body guard is supposed to give me money. Where is Mr. Kwon?" Sun: "No English." Just then, there's another knock on the suite door. Keamy gently pushes Sun onto her bed and tells her to sit. When he opens the door, Omar (not Omer) reports that Jin isn't in his room, which we already knew, because he's hiding in Sun's loo. Back in the bedroom, Keamy notices that there are two champagne glasses left over from last night's festivities and tells Omar to check the bathroom. Omar draws his gun and I'd be all worried about him shooting Jin, but this is clearly taking place earlier on the Sideways timeline than when these goons grabbed Sayid, so sit back, relax, and enjoy some more shirtless Jin.
Keamy and Omar must be blind, because even in the face of this loveliness, all they can think about is the money. Keamy talks nice and loudly, because that will help the Korean people understand English, right? I can't tell you exactly what Sun and Jin say to each other here, because in addition to the hideous V countdown promo that haunted this episode, and besides the fact that I don't speak even pidgin Korean, we were in the middle of a (flooding) State of Emergency when the episode aired, and my local ABC affiliate was running a banner across the bottom of the screen to tell all the people without windows in their homes that it was raining a lot. Basically, Sun says she has money and can get it and give it to Keamy. Keamy doesn't like them talking to each other. "Stop it. I feel like I'm in a damned Godzilla movie." He asks Omar if Danny's Russian friend who speaks like nine different languages, speaks Korean. We know who he means, but Omar is kind enough to confirm it for us. "Mikhail." One of his nine languages just happens to be Korean, so Keamy dispatches Omar to get him. After Omar walks out, Keamy addresses Sun and Jin. "Now put your damn clothes on." And we jump forward to that sad, sad time, in which Jin is wearing a shirt, and Sun has traded in her beautiful baby blue bathrobe for less lovely duds.
Suite; Living Room: With Mikhail's help, Sun explains that the money was taken at Customs. Keamy says that's not his problem. Sun has money though, and will gladly pay it to Keamy. Mikhail will take her to the bank while Keamy takes Jin to the restaurant. Jin has only one concern. He pleads with Keamy not to reveal to Pa Paik that he and Sun are involved. Keamy assures them their secret is safe with him. "Just bring me the money and we can all live happily ever after, all right?" Mikhail doesn't have to act as interpreter here, because Keamy's strategy of talking really loudly seems to have paid off. Who knew?