Find Out about Yoon Eun-hye’s First Love in the K-Drama I Miss You
Are you tired of the zombie apocalypse and romantic K-dramas? If so, then you can throwback and watch the melodrama I Miss You. I Miss You features Yoon Eun-hye and Park Yoo-chun as leading actors.
Early in her acting career, Yoon Eun-hye was the queen of romantic comedy K-dramas. After a series of such genres, she tried another melodrama and participated in the K-drama I Miss You. In the drama, she is abandoned by her first love. After more than ten years, she accidentally meets her first love. What will she do?
Find out about Yoon Eun-hye’s first love in the K-drama I Miss You. But first, take a look at this review article.
I Miss You: Review
The K-drama I Miss You is an authentic mellow drama about love and trust between a man and a woman. The drama shows that bitter wounds from past memories can continue to haunt a person. First love is very difficult to forget and remains in some people’s lives. However, just like any other authentic love story, love will find a way.
This drama also teaches us that people should never judge a person by their looks. Behind a calm and kind personality, a psychopath can be lurking and waiting to appear. Karma is real, and past actions can haunt a person in the present.
I Miss You shows nothing but pain in all characters. Every character suffers from karma and past misdeeds. A good amount of pain and suffering is needed, but I Miss You‘s plot has too much of it, and it can make viewers bored from too many tear-jerking moments.
I Miss You: Brief Synopsis
Teenage Soo-yeon was raised by an abusive father. One day, her father was arrested for murder and was sentenced to the death penalty. Because of her father, she became a victim of school bullying. It was later revealed that her father was innocent, but he was already sentenced and executed.
Soo-yeon became friends with the boy Han Jung-woo who protected her from bullies. They both became close and fell in love with each other. One day, Jung-woo, the heir of a rich family and son of a gangster, was kidnapped. Unfortunately, Soo-yeon was kidnapped as well. Jung-woo’s father rescued his son, but Jung-woo failed to save Soo-yeon. Feeling abandoned, Soo-yeon held a grudge again Jungwoo for abandoning her.
After fourteen years, they meet again. Soo-yeon pretends that she is a different person. However, Jung-woo treats her well and protects her from difficult situations. Slowly, she begins to open her heart to Jung-woo.
I Miss You: Cast and Characters
Park Yoo-chun as Han Jung-woo
Han Jung-woo is the heir of a rich and important businessman. He met his first love but failed to save her from a kidnapping. The failure haunts him and he is desperate to find her again. One day, he finds a person with a similar appearance and a very different personality. He trusts his feelings and finally finds his first love.
Yoon Eun-hye as Lee Soo-yeon
Lee Soo-yeon is a poor girl who is always trapped in unfortunate positions. Her teenage life was happy at the beginning but it took a sudden turn after her father’s death. She was bullied in school and became famous for all the wrong reasons. She found comfort after meeting a young boy, Jung-woo. She fell in love with the boy but ended up disappointed. The boy abandoned her when she was kidnapped. She hated him for leaving her behind. Even after reaching adulthood and becoming successful, she still holds a grudge against Jung-woo
Yoo Seung-ho as Kang Hyung-joon
Kang Hyung-joon suffered from a mental problem when he was a teenager. An accident crippled him and made him handicapped. Soo-yeon and Jung-woo saved him from a fire at his house. Hyung-joon took Soo-yeon from Jung-woo and flew abroad. He becomes a successful person and later returns to Korea with Soo-yeon. He returns to Korea and plans an act of revenge against Jung-woo’s father who made him handicapped.
I Miss You: Important Scenes
Soo-yeon reveals the reason behind her ignorance to Jung-woo. She still hates him for abandoning and leaving her behind. Upon hearing her confession, Jung-woo admits his mistake. This is the most important scene because both Jung-woo and Soo-yeon are finally able to know each other’s true feelings.
I Miss You: Ending
Despite her grudge and hate towards Jung-woo, Soo-yeon can’t hide her true feelings. Jung-woo is her first love and her love for Jung-woo remained even after she found Hyung-joon. Jung-woo tries hard to win back Soo-yeon and takes her from Hyun-jung. In the end, Soo-yeon marries Jung-woo.
5 Reasons Why You Should Watch I Miss You
- Yoo Seung-ho’s gaze
Yoo Seung-ho‘s dreamy gaze is the reason most viewers watch this drama. He has the kind of gaze that can hypnotize and captivate anyone.
2. Yoo Seung-ho’s antagonist role
In I Miss You, Yoo Seung-hoo acts as an antagonist, a murderer, and a psychopath. He rarely gets the villain role in K-dramas.
K-drama fans can enjoy the acting of Yeo Jin-goo and Kim So-hyun as the younger versions of Park Yoo-chun and Yoon Eun-hye.
4. Yoon Eun-hye’s first appearance in a melodrama
Yoon Eun-hye’s popularity was boosted by her appearances in romantic-comedy dramas such as Princess Hours and Coffee Prince. Her success in I Miss You proved that she can act in all kinds of genres.
5. Melodramatic and tear-jerking scenes
If you are a fan of melodramas and tear-jerkers, then I Miss You is what you are looking for. There are lots of tear-jerking moments
During their peak popularity, Yoon Eun-hye was one of the leading Korean actresses in romantic-comedy dramas while Park Yoo-chun was a member of the popular idol groups TVXQ and JYJ. Unfortunately, they suffered from various scandals that tore down their reputations. Hopefully, they can bounce back and return to acting.
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