Traces Of Kim Ji-won’s “Fight for My Way” Can Be Found In “Queen of Tears”

The connection between the two works centered on Kim Ji-won is interesting.

tvN’s Saturday-Sunday drama “Queen of Tears” depicts the romance of Hong Hae-in (Kim Ji-won), the third-generation chaebol of Queens Group and Baek Hyun-woo (Kim Soo-hyun), a lawyer from a village. This is the story of a couple in their third year of marriage overcoming a dizzying crisis and starting to fall in love again.

“Queen of Tears” started broadcasting on March 9 with 5.9% of rating, and finally achieved 20.7% in the 12th episode, which was broadcast on April 14th. This work of writer Park Ji-eun is about to break tvN’s highest rating record ever, faster than her previous hit drama, “Crash Landing on You.”

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There are many secrets to “Queen of Tears”‘ popularity. Kim Soo-hyun, who plays Baek Hyun-woo, has been making viewers laugh and sob and is now captivating women with his mournful love for Hong Hae-in. Kim Ji-won is also enjoying all-time buzz and popularity with her acting as Hong Hae-in.

This has made viewers pay attention to Kim Soo-hyun and Kim Ji-won’s previous works. And KBS 2TV’s “Fight for My Way,” which aired in May 2017, drew attention. Starring Kim Ji-won, Park Seo-joon, Ahn Jae-hong and Song Ha-yoon, the drama captures the romance of young people, which is drawing keen attention again seven years later.

This is because of the relationship between the characters surrounding Kim Ji-won. Actor Jeon Bae-soo played Choi Cheon-gap, Kim Ji-won’s father in “Fight for My Way.” He is currently portraying Baek Du-gwan, Baek Hyun-woo’s father and Hong Hae-in’s father-in-law, in “Queen of Tears.” Kwak Dong-yeon, who plays Hong Soo-chul, Hong’s younger brother in “Queen of Tears,” was actually Kim Ji-won’s trashy boyfriend in “Fight for My Way.” On top of that, Kim Soo-hyun’s ad-lib in the first episode of “Queen of Tears,” which reminds viewers of Kim Ji-won’s aegyo in “Fight for My Way,” also went viral.

Source: naver

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