3 Ways Park Ji Hoon's Character In

The growth of Park Ji Hoon’s character in KBS 2TV’s “At a Distance Spring is Green” is touching viewers’ hearts!

Starring Park Ji Hoon, Kang Min Ah, and Bae In Hyuk, “At a Distance Spring is Green” is a college campus drama about the realistic concerns and love lives of university students.

Yeo Joon (Park Ji Hoon) is the youngest son of a rich family and the most popular guy on campus. People flock to him thanks to his good looks, cool personality, and his wealth. However, unbeknown to others, Yeo Joon harbors hidden sadness and loneliness. Park Ji Hoon’s immersive expression of his character’s inner struggles have endeared Yeo Joon even more to viewers.

Below are three ways that Park Ji Hoon’s character has matured throughout the drama.


1. Yeo Joon is no longer alone

Although Yeo Joon appears like a prince who has been doted on his whole life, in truth he spent his childhood years being ignored by his family. As a result, he was reluctant to open up to others and disliked letting his guard down.

When Nam Soo Hyun (Bae In Hyuk) was able to read him in a single glance, Yeo Joon felt fearful but also felt a sense of kinship. After Kim So Bin (Kang Min Ah) approached him with sincerity, Yeo Joon gradually began to open up to both her and Nam Soo Hyun.

Park Ji Hoon adeptly expressed the switch in his character with his emotive acting skills, from Yeo Joon’s cold attitude and confusion to his relief and the sense of comfort he gained that comes from new friendship.

2. Yeo Joon reveals his past wounds

Yeo Joon would leap through hoops to help others, but grow careless with his own problems. However, he exhibited a more mature side of himself after he started to tell his own life story to Kim So Bin and Nam Soo Hyun.

Once afraid to reveal his dark inner feelings, Yeo Joon began to face his past head-on, from his relationship with his family to the domestic violence he experienced in his childhood. Viewers are looking on with anticipation for how Yeo Joon will grow after overcoming the trauma of his past.

3. Yeo Joon is able to express himself

Known as a good person by everyone around him, Yeo Joon pretended to like those who he didn’t even like. Once someone who turned a blind eye even when he was being used by someone else, Yeo Joon gained the ability to express his true feelings through his real connections with Kim So Bin and Nam Soo Hyun.

Not only did he turn down the senior students who reduced him to just his wealth, he also created a tense atmosphere by throwing a warning back at them. With Kim So Bin, he shared feelings of love, while with Nam Soo Hyun he shared friendship and loyalty.

Additionally, Yeo Joon resolved a long-time misunderstanding with his brother Yeo Joon Wan (Na In Woo) and is set to face his parents, who never treated him like their own child.

Park Ji Hoon’s detailed portrayal of Yeo Joon’s path to maturity has caused viewers to express their sympathy for Yeo Joon and wonder how his story will wrap up in the final two episodes of the drama.

“At a Distance Spring is Green” airs every Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. KST.

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