Kim Dong Wook And Moon Ga Young Embrace Each Other’s Scars In “Find Me In Your Memory”
The romance drama is about the love story between two people with similar emotional scars whose memories work in opposite ways. Lee Jung Hoon (Kim Dong Wook) is a news anchor with hyperthymesia (a condition that gives people the ability to remember an abnormally vast amount of their life experiences in vivid detail), and Yeo Ha Jin (Moon Ga Young) is a famous actress who has forgotten some of the most important moments in her life as a psychological defense mechanism.
In the previous episode, Lee Jung Hoon’s mother Seo Mi Hyun (Gil Hae Yeon) suddenly passed away. Since Lee Jung Hoon has hyperthymesia, Seo Mi Hyun didn’t inform him of her illness, causing him to find out about her passing after seeing her portrait for the funeral. This has drawn curiosity for how Lee Jung Hoon will overcome this scar and how this will affect his relationship with Yeo Ha Jin.
In the newly released stills, Lee Jung Hoon and Yeo Ha Jin are facing each other amidst a serious atmosphere. Lee Jung Hoon does not appear to be in a good state, causing concern for his well-being.
One of the photos shows Lee Jung Hoon falling into Yeo Ha Jin’s arms. As she holds onto him tightly, her gaze is filled with concern and compassion, creating an emotional scene. Viewers are anticipating the two characters’ chemistry as they begin to support each other through their painful experiences.
The released stills reveal Yeo Ha Jin’s ardent emotions as she takes Lee Jung Hoon into her arms after he breaks down from the loss of his mother. In order to produce this scene, Kim Dong Wook and Moon Ga Young discussed endlessly to perfectly portray their characters’ deep emotions, and even the production team was blown away by their acting. The two were so immersed into their roles that they they continued to sit while supporting each other for awhile even after they finished filming the scene.
The production team shared, “Kim Dong Wook and Moon Ga Young created a great scene viewers will be unable to forget with their passionate acting. Please look forward to today’s broadcast.”
“Find Me in Your Memory” airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 8:55 p.m. KST.
Watch the latest episode below!