[Reporter Yang So-young on the Daily Economy Star Today]
The expressions of Lee Do-hyun and Geum Sae-rok, who are mesmerized, draw attention.
KBS2’s Monday-Tuesday drama “Youth of May” (playwright Lee Kang, director Song Min-yeop, and production story hunter), which will air on the 25th, depicts the subtle atmosphere of Lee Do-hyun (play the role of Hwang Hee-tae) and Geum Sae-rok (play the role of Lee Soo-ryeon) who is obsessed with thoughts.
In the last broadcast, when Hwang Ki-nam (played by Oh Man-seok) blocked Kim Myung-hee (played by Ko Min-si) from issuing a passport, Hwang Hee-tae (played by Lee Do-hyun) kneeled down and begged his father to let her go. Hwang Ki-nam has informed Lee Soo-ryeon (played by Geum Sae-rok) that he will set up a newlywed house in Seoul.
In the photo released on the 25th, Hwang Hee-tae and Lee Soo-ryeon holding simple luggage bags were captured, and their complex feelings are conveyed from their facial expressions. Hwang Hee-tae crosses the streets and Lee Soo-ryeon diligently follows him, observing his wits.
In the broadcast on this day, Lee Soo-ryeon surprises Hwang Hee-tae with an unexpected action. Lee Soo-ryeon stimulates curiosity by saying that the moment’s choice of sending her friend Kim Myung-hee out instead of her is trying to solve the snowballing situation.
Questions are mounting over what fate lies in front of the two people who came to Seoul to set up their honeymoon homes and how the fiery martial law campaign will affect their relationship.
“Youth of May,” which is expected to have unpredictable relationships and the pain of the upcoming era, will air at 9:30 p.m. on the 25th (today).
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