What's the intuition for the reflection of a quantum particle at a potential step equal to the particle's energy?

While doing the problem of potential step, I saw that if the energy of the particle is equal to the potential energy of the step, then the wave function is a constant, or to say the probability current in the region 2 is zero ($$T=0$$). Does that mean that particle is reflected completely ($$R=1$$)?

Yes, if $$E=V_0$$, then $$R=1$$ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solution_of_Schrödinger_equation_for_a_step_potential#Transmission_and_reflection) as the wave vector in the high potential region $$k_2=0$$ (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solution_of_Schrödinger_equation_for_a_step_potential#Solution), and this does not look counter-intuitive as $$R=0$$ for all $$E.