“Link” Cast Bids Farewell To Drama With Final Remarks
tvN’s “Link” is coming to an end!
The Monday-Tuesday drama stars Yeo Jin Goo as Eun Gye Hoon, an executive chef, and Moon Ga Young as Noh Da Hyun, a restaurant employee who has been unlucky in both love and life. The two are connected by a special “link” that delivers all of Noh Da Hyun’s emotions, in all of its full force, directly to Eun Gye Hoon. This means that he goes through all her ups and downs through joy, sorrow, and pain.
Yeo Jin Goo started off the cast’s final remarks by saying, “This project was full of joy and was so meaningful. Eun Gye Hoon sometimes gets tired of how cruel reality can get, but he overcomes it and even learns how to love. He is an admirable and upright guy, and that’s why he’s a memorable character for me.” He continued, “I personally wish that Eun Gye Hoon and Noh Da Hyun continue their love for a long, long time, protecting and leaning on one another. It’d be nice to see them have a son that looks like Noh Da Hyun and a daughter that takes after Eun Gye Hoon.”
Moon Ga Young said, “I’d like to extend a word to the director, writer, and all the staff members that worked hard on this project from the cold winter to the hot summer. I think each moment will remain meaningful to me.” She added, “I would also like to sincerely thank the viewers. I’ll be back with another good project.”
Song Duk Ho plays Ji Won Tak who grew up as a “murderer’s son” because his father was identified as a prime suspect in the case involving Eun Gye Hoon’s missing sister. In his farewell, he shared, “Until the very moment we wrapped things up, there was so much to learn. I couldn’t ask for more because I was able to share this experience with such good people. I will forever cherish the happy moments I shared with the people of Jihwa as Ji Won Tak. I love you all.”
Lee Bom Sori played senior sergeant Hwang Min Jo who gave her absolute best to the aforementioned case. She commented, “I won’t be able to forget the lovely ‘Link’ team. Thank you to everyone that has sent their love for ‘Link’ and Hwang Min Jo.”
Last but not least, Kim Ji Young shared her thoughts on wrapping up her time as Hong Bok Hee, a mother who was ready to do anything and everything for the wellbeing of her daughter. She said, “This project helped me to reflect on my own self by looking at the mistakes of many other people’s lives. It gave me courage to face my faults and to make peace with them. As I preserve the Hong Bok Hee of July 2022, I’d like to say thank you.”
The second to last episode of “Link” airs July 25 at 10:30 p.m. KST.
In the meantime, check out Yeo Jin Goo in “Beyond Evil” here: