No, I don’t think they’re dating, but I do love that they are now friends and even do stuff like attend a movie premiere together.
Last week was the Korean premiere of the action flick , which is getting tons of Korean press because Lee Byung Hun is back for the sequel reprising his role as villain Storm Shadow.
She up and cuts off contact with him for a week and traipses off to Jeju for work and to think things through, but she has a ridiculous CF perfect chance meeting with Lee Sang Woo that ends with them being attracted to each other in a short period of time and then tumbling into bed together for a quick one night stand before she runs back to Seoul to resolve things with Kim Ji Hoon, who likes to yell a lot and insists that he loves Nam Sang Mi a lot to explain his bulldozing ways.
Already I hate all three of them, the cheater with her pride, the yeller with his domineering ways, and the too-perfect dude who swans in without a shred of realism.
An unconscious patient is brought in -- but unbeknownst to the other doctors, her hubby is abusive and likely put her in that state. He just seems too serious, undemonstrative, everything that Ji Hong is not. I wonder if the President's death is going to prevent Ji Hong from functioning. We're probably going to have funeral proceedings, though. That is such a slap in the face, when your family forces you to get along with the person you hate and are trying to ruin.
Director Jin demands that President Hong hand over the rest of the evidence he has on the slush fund. I dunno, maybe Yoon Do has a shot, but I still ship Hye Jung and Ji Hong."I hate that song! Would the other admins proceed with their plans while he's otherwise occupied?
When Hong refuses, Jin makes a veiled threat about Ji Hong. He already warned Ji Hong that if he ever saw an opening, he was going to take it. I must change the station, but I can't reach the knob..."All conspirators in the project to make Guk Il Medical Center an investing company have been revealed, thanks to the late President Hong.
I did notice that there were a lot of BTS pictures of her and Kim Ji Hoon acting silly around each other., because in terms of chemistry Park Shin Hye had it with both Yoon Si Yoon and Kim Ji Hoon.Oddly enough, I thought Park Shin Hye’s onscreen chemistry was just a smidge better with Yoon Si Yoon, but conversely her offscreen chemistry was similarly just a smidge better with Kim Ji Hoon.Yeah, he didn’t get her in the end, but they formed a lovely friendship and for two introverted emotionally-scarred characters, that was perhaps an even more satisfying and realistic ending.Romance tends to get all the attention when people watch dramas, myself included, but when I see a very wonderfully developed friendship narrative that usually stays with me longer because it adds richness to the world of that particular drama. Check out more red carpet cuteness below, and both of them tweeted a picture from inside the movie premiere as they rocked the 3D glasses.PD Jo Moon Joo stated, "There was a lot of chemistry in the first script reading because even before it took place, the director, writers, and actors communicated and researched a lot about their characters.co-stars Kim Ji Hoon and Park Shin Hye attending the opening night of the Chinese Film Festival in Korea.After all, that's clearly what his father Director Jin wants, for him to continue on his path to power. I foresee a power struggle between Ji Hong and the others. They haven't revealed much yet, he just says creepy things to his wife when he's alone. The nurses blush and coo as he walks by and you hear things like "sweet man" and "ideal type." No one is any the wiser. Tae Ho is effectively emasculated, but he might still be useful in the fight to keep the hospital intact. I have a feeling that she didn't just fall down the stairs. We all know the OTP is going to get together, and if we’re lucky that will be a satisfying journey, but if the main characters get a quality friendship out of that particular story as well, then its icing on the cake for me. "We must remove that part of the brain that is responsible for bad puns..."Director Myeong Hoon gives Hye Jung a pass for taking gifts and chastises his daughter Seo Woo about rising to power quietly.