Record of Youth: Episode 9
While our newly famous actor is on the fast track to success, his partner finds herself at another cross roads. Trying to free herself for a toxic workplace, our heroine commits to a plan that will allow more independence and happiness, but it’s not easy to navigate the personal relationships on the way to her goal. We learn more about the experiences that have shaped her independence and how they have defined her boundaries.
As Jung-ha and Hye-joon frolic in the rain, we’re reminded that Jung-ha hated how rainy days made her feel alone. As we see young Jung-ha waiting for her parents on a rainy day, she narrates, “To a young child, an umbrella on a rainy day signifies an adult’s protection. As an adult, I never expected anyone to offer their umbrella.”
Revisiting how young Jung-ha was dragged away from her father by her mother, Jung-ha continues, “On that day, Dad told me that he watched me leave until I disappeared. But he should have run after me. To a child, you have to show definiteness.”
Reflecting on the day that Hye-joon confessed his feelings to her, Jung-ha wonders, “I wanted to watch him leave until he disappeared. Did he turn around to look for me? Would he have been disappointed when I wasn’t there? My emotional attachment to these details are a part of love. I didn’t accept by feelings then. With love, I was a child.”
Drenched, Jung-ha and Hye-joon run back to the car and struggle to get the heater on. Jung-ha narrates, “What will happen to us? I crave this indefinite and unpredictable relationship. That day was a page in our youth.”
After his morning run, Hye-joon calls Min-jae to check on his schedule. He asks about setting up the meeting for the sageuk drama, but Min-jae still disagrees with his choice. Then, he asks about hiring Jung-ha on an exclusive contract, and Min-jae savvily argues that he could afford it if he chooses the melodrama as his next project. Ha, I respect her persistence.
Hye-joon finds Gramps doing his morning workout at the park, and he joins him for stretches. Gramps assures worried Hye-joon that he won’t overdo his exercise and seems determined to make it on stage. He wants Hye-joon to make it even bigger to prove his success to his father.
Back at home, Young-nam looks at Hye-joon’s new car disapprovingly, and he remains dismissive about Hye-joon’s career when Kyung-mi makes an unexpected visit to get autographs for her belly-dancing class. Young-nam advises Hye-joon to get his head screwed on straight, and Gramps reciprocates the same advice. Gramps proudly justifies his defiant response by saying, “Hye-joon is star, and I’m the grandpa of a star.” Love him.
Though Young-nam scorns Hye-joon, he’s still a proud father behind closed doors. Ae-sook finds him in their room rewatching Hye-joon’s viral confession scene, and she smiles smugly when he unconvincingly claims that the video just happened to be playing on his phone. Aw, Dad.
We see another sweet Dad moment, as Jung-ha talks about her renewed period of storm and stress with her dad. She plans on selling her house and finding a commercial space for her own make-up shop. Dad reminds her of her recent impulsive career change, and Jung-ha argues that quitting her job was in her ten-year plan. Dad thanks her for sharing her turmoil with him. Jung-ha tells him to stop feeling guilty, but Dad insists that his gratitude is his expression of love. He promises to visit soon.
Jung-ha receives a text from Hae-hyo sharing his outfit for the movie press conference and updates her on his day. On set, we see the Hae-hyo-sponsored bountiful buffet, which irritates Tae-soo, on top of another list of things not going his way: Do-ha’s discontinued modeling contract and having to adjust the press conference schedule to Hye-joon’s busy schedule.
When the manager mentions that the staff meal is sponsored by Hae-hyo, Tae-soo reminds him that Hae-hyo has wealthy parents supporting him. We flash back to Tae-soo’s meeting with Yi-young, during which he tried to negotiate an apology from Yi-young in exchange for lobbying for Hae-hyo as the second lead in the upcoming drama with Do-ha. Yi-young claimed to have no recollection of anything to apologize for and offered to apologize once Hae-hyo’s second lead role was confirmed.
At the salon, Yi-young watches the video of the buffet set-up sent from Hae-hyo’s manager, and she gladly accepts the compliments from Jin Joo about Hae-hyo overshadowing the lead in the drama. Huh, I wonder if she ever delivered that apology.
On set, Do-ha finds it curious that Hae-hyo’s mother would send a complimentary meal, and Hae-hyo says that his mother can’t be stopped. Do-ha shares that he pushed for Hae-hyo to be the second lead because he wanted to get closer with him. He likes Hae-hyo’s wealthy “gold spoon” status and shares that he comes from a humble background — worrying about money, about his father not coming home, about his mother crying.
Hae-hyo looks at him with a tinge of sympathy, but Do-ha isn’t bothered by his past. He’s satisfied with his present status as a star but admits that he doesn’t have friends. He’s doesn’t want to be friends with Hye-joon because of their common “dirt spoon” background, crediting that upbringing for Hye-joon’s unlikeable persistence and ambition.
Hae-hyo disagrees with his twisted perspective and says that it’s difficult to be motivated in a tough environment. He praises Hye-joon for his motivation and extends the same praise to Do-ha. Then, he adds that Hye-joon is his friend and warns Do-ha not to gossip about him. Such a good friend.
As he arrives at the salon, Hye-joon asks Min-jae to make the exclusive contract offer with Jung-ha from her and not him. In the break room, Soo-bin overhears Jung-ha’s call about selling her house, and Jung-ha explains that she plans on saving up to open her own salon. Soo-bin worries that Jung-ha is ruining her career with this impulsive move, but Jung-ha assures her that it’s deliberate decision.
Soo-bin asks if she’s shared the news with Hye-joon, but Jung-ha hasn’t. Jung-ha shares her approach to maintaining her good relationship with him — not sharing her life with him. She asks Soo-bin to keep this a secret until she tells the director.
Yi-young sees article featuring Hae-hyo and Hye-joon as rising model-turned-actors, and she’s displeased that Hye-joon would be considered the same status as her son. As she turns to leave, Hye-joon arrives, and she’s silently annoyed to learn that Hye-joon is attending the movie press conference with Hae-hyo and Do-ha. She plasters on a faker smile when Hye-joon humbly says that he’s attending to support his fellow actors.
As she leaves, she asks Jin Joo about Hye-joon and notes that both Hye-joon and Hae-hyo are Jung-ha’s clients. Jin Joo assures Yi-young not to worry, since Hye-joon and Jung-ha are an item. Yi-young looks back at the sweet couple and smiles to herself.
Tired Hye-joon can barely keep his heavy eyes open as Jung-ha does his make-up, and he mentions his commercial shoot later that day. Jung-ha wasn’t notified and says that she’ll need to reschedule her meeting with the media partner representative. Hye-joon apologizes, and Jung-ha responds that it’s not his business to worry about.
At reception, Min-jae tries to schedule an appointment for Hye-joon, but the director requests that they schedule with Jin Joo for one day because they can’t reschedule Hae-hyo unless he cancels. On cue, Yi-young gets escorted out of the salon, and the director rushes to join her entourage as she leaves. Min-jae looks at her curiously and asks the receptionist who she is.
Yi-young narrates her parenting philosophy: “A parent always wins against their child. My parents won against me, and I will win against my child.” We see that Yi-young chose this path for Hae-hyo after meeting with a fortune teller, and she continues to be the smiley helicopter mother as she attends more meeting with people who she’ll surely influence to steer Hae-hyo’s career.
At school, Jia advises Hae-na on her mock trial and notices that she’s zoned out. Hae-na confesses to an incident from their night out, and we see her timidly following Jin-woo after the friend group dispersed. She asked him to take her home, but he refused.
Still butthurt over their breakup, Jin-woo told her that he doesn’t like her anymore, and Hae-na began to cry. He softens at her crying and opens his arms to hug her. Fast forward to later that night, and they’re sleeping together.
Jia warns Hae-na about the predictable pushback from her parents. She implies that a similar pressure ruined her relationship with Hye-joon. Huh, interesting. Hae-na confidently claims that she can win against her mother, but Jia dispels the myth of a child winning against their parents. Rich families like theirs don’t prescribe to such philosophies, and Jia predicts that Hae-na will soon discover how her mother was controlling her life.
To Hye-joon’s pleasant surprise, Min-jae shares that she set up a meeting with the sageuk drama director, and they eat lunch with Jung-ha before heading off to the interview. Well, Jung-ha and Min-jae have lunch while Hye-joon eats a sad bowl of plain noodles in preparation for his photoshoot. He wipes the jjajang off of Jung-ha’s lips, and their cuteness provokes Min-jae to erupt in envy.
Min-jae then proposes the exclusive contract to Jung-ha, who responds with hesitance. Jung-ha says that her current position at work is complicated but doesn’t share much details. She has to leave early for her meeting with the media company, and they wish her luck.
Once Jung-ha leaves, Min-jae asks Hye-joon if Jung-ha is quitting the salon. Hye-joon isn’t sure but expresses confidence that Jung-ha will tell him when the time is right, contrasting her trusty communication to Min-jae’s disappearance when times got rough. Min-jae yells at him for teasing again, and Hye-joon says that he’s going to keep teasing her until she gets married, which Min-jae interprets as until she dies. HA.
Jung-ha visits the MCN studio with the manager who she met with previously. As he introduces the studio spaces, she observes silently and finally shares that this partnership doesn’t feel right.
In the salon locker room, Jung-ha offers an olive branch to Jin Joo: She’ll leave if Jin Joo apologizes to her in front of the staff and acknowledge that she framed Jung-ha. The offer doesn’t appeal to Jin Joo, and she share her sinister wish to prevent Jung-ha from doing anything she wants. Jung-ha seems distressed by the impossible negotiation, and then she gets a message from Soo-bin — a snippet of evidence.
At the modeling class, Gramps’ instructor asks to meet with him after the class, and he seems puzzled by the private meeting. She looks through his portfolio and notes that the photos feel full of affection, which they are. Then, she gets the point — Gramps has been chosen as the model for Premium Silver Village, the luxury nursing home. Yay, Gramps!
In the interview, Reporter Kim (the one close to Tae-soo) asks Hye-joon about his next melodrama project penned by a top writer. Hye-joon glares at Min-jae, and that silent interaction cues to Reporter Kim that he won’t select that project.
Min-jae intercepts the interview before it goes off course, and Reporter Kim asks one last question about what kind of actor Hye-joon wants to become. He responds by saying that he wants to be an actor that audiences can empathize with. Reporter Kim notes his warm response and accusingly asks if this is at odds with his real personality. Min-jae intervenes again and says that Hye-joon’s personality is exactly the same.
While Hye-joon steps away to answer a phone call from Gramps, Reporter Kim asks Min-jae about her connection with Tae-soo. She responds that she has nothing to say about Tae-soo, and Reporter Kim speculates that there may be more behind the lack of comment and seems suspicious of Min-jae’s light-hearted avoidance. What the hell did Tae-soo lie about?
At the bank, Kyung-joon’s manager is uncharacteristically nicer to Kyung-joon and asks about his brother’s next project. He responds that he doesn’t know, and the manager expresses her annoyance a bit to loudly. She offers to treat the brothers to dinner, and Kyung-joon uses his brother as bait to get off his weekend shift.
When the manager asks for Hye-joon’s autograph, Kyung-joon rejects this request on the basis of personal boundaries, but he quickly agrees when his phone goes off, against work hour guidelines. In the family group chat, Kyung-joon sees a message from Hye-joon asking the family to come home early for Gramps’ announcement. Hye-joon has a conflicting advertisement shoot at the time but doesn’t share details.
At Young-nam’s home, Jang-man hears about the advertisement shoot and wonders if Hye-joon is going to make it big now. Young-nam denies this and says that generations of karma are required for that kind of luck.
Yi-young comes home and tells Ae-sook that she saw Hye-joon and her girlfriend today. She shares Jung-ha’s job at the salon, and Ae-sook comments that she didn’t know that her “client” (Yi-young) went to the same salon as Hye-joon. Yi-young takes slight offense to her “client” title as opposed to “madam,” but she doesn’t expect such deference from Ae-sook.
Yi-young describes Jung-ha as bright and wonders if Ae-sook will like her, and Ae-sook says that the couple’s feelings are more important. At Yi-young’s warning about a dating scandal that could harm Hye-joon’s career, Ae-sook responds that she trusts Hye-joon to figure out his own business. Yi-young disagrees by asking why parents exist if they’re just going to be spectators.
Ae-sook silently disapproves of Yi-young’s lecturing and responds that parents exist for their children to find rest. Yi-young silently criticizes Ae-sook’s defiance and says that they come from vastly different backgrounds and approaches to life, making it difficult to understand each other. Ae-sook silently agrees and wonders if Yi-young just realized this now.
Yi-young answers a call from Kyung-mi, who’s at the grocery store looking for the olive oil Yi-young wants. Annoyed Yi-young offers to buy it herself, and Kyung-mi quickly agrees to that option before hanging up.
Bothered by the interaction, Yi-young complains, but Ae-sook responds that she can’t join the gossiping because she’s close with Kyung-mi. Yi-young takes offense to Ae-sook having favorites, so Ae-sook pauses and throws her a bone. She agrees with Yi-young’s criticism but adds that Kyung-mi is just caring. She says that it’s nice to be her friend because she’s got your back.
Jin-woo arrives at home and finds his mother preparing galbi, but Kyung-mi says that the food is for Hae-hyo’s family. This is news to Jin-woo, and he’s bothered by his mother working for his friend’s (and girlfriend’s) family. Kyung-mi and Jang-man don’t find an issue with this, but Jin-woo walks out in frustration.
Curious about Hye-joon’s advertisement shoot, Young-nam asks Ae-sook, but she only knows as much as he does. He’s disappointed at her lack of involvement in Hye-joon’s life, and Ae-sook points out his hypocrisy.
Hye-joon arrives at home in his post-photoshoot look, and Young-nam looks awestruck. Mom greets him and compliments his handsome looks, while Dad and Kyung-joon stare at him amazed. When he goes inside to change, Dad and Kyung-joon comment that Hye-joon looks like a celebrity.
Inside their room, Gramps gives Hye-joon an envelope of money that he’s collected from the allowance Hye-joon gave him, and he promises a grander meal once he makes money from his gig. The pizza delivery arrives for the family dinner, and Gramps scolds Young-nam for eating before the elder. Young-nam argues that they’ve never followed such rules, but Gramps wants to be dignified for once.
He commences their meal and announces his model gig to the family. Young-nam immediately suspects fraud, but Hye-joon assures him that the modeling school is certified and linked to a reputable agency. Distrustful of the industry, Young-nam cites the multiple cases where Hye-joon’s jobs fell through and refuses to celebrate Gramps’ good news.
Taking it further, Young-nam criticizes Gramps for using Hye-joon’s money for his success — from the modeling classes to the pizza — when it should be the reverse. Hurt, Gramps starts to cry, and Young-nam gets angry that he’s become the bad person now. Hye-joon comes to Gramps’ defense and shares that Gramps paid for the pizza himself.
Hye-joon adds that Dad has no right to criticize Gramps when Dad has never supported him. Dad gets defensive and accuses Hye-joon of haughty disdain. Kyung-joon tries to defend Dad and shares his approach to supporting his brother in spirit. Hye-joon argues that Kyung-joon’s support is mere fantasy if he doesn’t express it.
Gramps wholeheartedly agrees with Hye-joon’s argument, and the two roommates decide to take the celebration to their room. Ae-sook pouts in disappointment as they pack up the pizza, and Gramps has the last word: “Feelings that aren’t expressed are shit.” Kyung-joon tells Dad that he lost the argument as soon as he accused Hye-joon of scorn, and Mom rightly says that there’s no point in winning when they’re family.
Jung-ha cracks open a beer and tells herself that she’s happy even though everything is a mess. She wonders if Hye-joon is awake and sends him a text asking if he can call. With his family asleep, Hye-joon responds that he can’t call, and he relocates to the living room to continue texting and not wake Gramps. They text all night, fully immersed in each other and happy with the company.
The next morning, Min-jae rolls up with the new van to pick up Hye-joon and introduces him to “Number 1,” implying that the van is the first of many. Dad emerges on the balcony, and Min-jae introduces herself. As they drive off, Dad notes that Hye-joon’s manager is a woman and that she drives well.
At the movie press conference for Normal Person, the director introduces the movie about abnormal people who desire normality and his intention for contrast by casting top star Do-ha as a normal person. The interviewer notes that the three actors — Do-ha, Hae-hyo, and Hye-joon — are the same age and urges silent Hye-joon to speak about his villain role.
Hye-joon keeps his comments minimal, but then the interviewer then mentions Gateway, at which the reporter fans loudly cheer. Going off script, the interviewer makes a request for Hye-joon to reenact the viral scene from Gateway asking his senior to date. He obliges, and the reporter crowd goes wild. Hye-joon looks delighted, and Hae-hyo glances at his friend with a tinge of unfamiliarity.
Backstage, Hye-joon finds Min-jae and Jung-ha at a table full of gifts from partner brands congratulating him on the movie premiere. One flower bouquet from a make-up brand catches Do-ha’s eye — it’s the brand he used to model for.
Hae-hyo congratulates his friend and notices the pile of brand gifts, including a phone. He’s genuinely happy for his friend and wishes he had more time to hang out with him, but Min-jae claims that Hye-joon is busy now, with his next project lined up.
Do-ha watches Hye-joon happily test out his new phone and complains to Tae-soo for the lack of attention. He confronts Tae-soo about not updating him on the contract termination with the make-up brand, and Tae-soo yells at him to come to his senses. In his angry outburst, Tae-soo mentions that over the past year that they’ve worked together, they’ve learned each other’s strengths and weaknesses, and Do-ha suddenly looks vulnerable.
No longer deferential, Tae-soo admits that he’s tolerated Do-ha thus far and orders him to tolerate his new reality. Do-ha asks what weaknesses Tae-soo knows, and Tae-soo disregards the question. He simply tells Do-ha to continuing living as he’s living now, and Do-ha grudgingly agrees on the condition that Tae-soo ensure Hye-joon doesn’t rise to fame.
On the set of his new drama, Hye-joon plays a sageuk swordsman, jumping over rooftops and fighting the enemy. The action scene cuts, and Min-jae rushes to his side with water and the clip of the scene. They decide to find a place to crash nearby since they have an early morning schedule, and Hye-joon takes a walk on the palace grounds, describing to Jung-ha over the phone.
Tired Jung-ha shares her concerns about selling her house and rejects Hye-joon’s offer to help, saying that she even rejects her father’s help. She asks if she can go to sleep and apologizes for not joining his romantic night. After they hang up, Hye-joon takes a photo of the grounds to record its beauty.
The next day, Jung-ha checks her listing at the realtor’s office and learns that her father took the posting down. She decides to repost, and then scopes out a unit in a commercial building for her beauty shop. When she heads home after a long day, she finds her dad waiting for her at the neighborhood convenience store.
After they eat a bowl of cup ramyun, Jung-ha tells her dad that she likes that she’s allowed to do anything around him, noting that Mom wouldn’t have let her eat ramyun. Dad isn’t sure if that’s a compliment, but Jung-ha assures him it’s a good thing.
At home, Jung-ha worries about selling her house, and Dad offers to give the house to Jung-ha. She rejects his offer for help, refusing to be indebted to him. Getting emotional, Dad apologizes for robbing Jung-ha’s youth with the stressful fights between the parents.
Jung-ha acknowledges that enduring the fights were difficult, always feeling torn about who to side with and wondering if the fights were her fault. She spent her youth worrying about her parents, and she admits that she always braces herself for someone she relies on to leave her. She says this with a smile, but Dad takes this more seriously and kneels in front of her.
Begging for forgiveness, Dad says that a child shouldn’t feel indebted to their parents. He interprets Jung-ha’s rejection of help as punishment for how he scarred her. Dad insists on kneeling until she forgives him, and Jung-ha silently hugs Dad to comfort his crying.
Back on set, we see Hye-joon playing a saguek prince, who leads the enemies into the bamboo forest. He expertly fights them, and when his followers arrive, they urge him to leave. The prince refuses to leave his people behind and solemnly declares, “You, too, are my people. I will not pass by a single one of my people.”
The drama episode ends with the prince running into the fight, and we see the sauna ladies crowded around the TV cheering for Hye-joon. Min-jae is among the sauna ajummas and looks surprised when they announce that they’re going to create a fan club. They cheer on Sa Hye-joon, who offers everything that neither their husbands nor Park Do-ha can provide.
The headlines announce Hye-joon as the new world star and pit him against Do-ha for the top excellence award. On the way to the drama awards, Min-jae excitedly scrolls through press on Hye-joon as their new team member drives her and Hye-joon. She overreacts about Hye-joon’s rise to fame, and Hye-joon tells her to remain grounded as his manager.
Hye-joon’s team driver asks for a call-out if Hye-joon wins the award, but Hye-joon says that he won’t win. He presumes that they asked him to host the show as a consolation for not winning the award. Min-jae agrees that Do-ha will probably win, and Hye-joon teases Min-jae by feigning offense that she doesn’t believe in him.
Tae-soo scroll through the news on Hye-joon and commends himself for his eye for talent. Then, Do-ha walks into the room, and Tae-soo scolds himself for lacking patience. Do-ha expresses annoyance that Hye-joon is his rival for the top excellence acting category, and Tae-soo unconvincingly assures Do-ha that he’ll win. He adds that Hye-joon’s popularity has grown to the point that broadcast stations need to at least acknowledge him by inviting him as a host.
Yi-young also reads through the news with pursed lips, and Kyung-mi interrupts “madam” by asking if she’s disappointed by the contrast between Hye-joon and Hae-hyo. Bothered by the “madam” title, Yi-young tells her to drop the formalities, but she’s bothered when Kyung-mi refers to her more informally and even more bothered when Kyung-mi shares that she’s attending the award ceremony that night. Yi-young isn’t attending and tries not to let her annoyance show.
Yi-young finds Hae-hyo celebrating his new milestone of one million followers on his social media and asks him about his thoughts on Hye-joon. He responds that he’s proud of his friend and wishes that he wins the top excellence award. Yi-young sighs and blames Hae-hyo’s shabby fixation on his fake social media numbers. She says that standing on stage like Hye-joon is the real deal.
At the 2019 OVN Acting Awards, Hye-joon’s family proudly watches in the audience as he announces the next category, for which he’s a nominee. He introduces last year’s winner, Song Min-soo (Park Seo-joon), to announce the winner, and they share a fun banter on stage. After viewing the nominees, Song Min-soo announces the winner, who is… drumroll please… Sa Hye-joon!
The fans erupt in celebration, and Hye-joon’s family tears up with joy as he slowly realizes his win. Do-ha looks irked while Hae-hyo watches his friend proudly, though his smile looks slightly dampened. On stage, Hye-joon shares that he was just an unknown actor just a year ago and thank Gramps, Mom, and his fan club — excluding Dad for well-known reasons — for this honor.
An expected outcome, but rewarding nonetheless. Everything in Hye-joon’s career is escalating fast, and his success signifies a big personal win in the context of his family — for himself but also for Gramps and Ae-sook, who have something to prove. For Gramps, Hye-joon’s rise to fame proves to Young-nam that a career in entertainment holds legitimacy and can bring stability. Though he was unable to achieve the desired stability, Gramps still finds promise and joy from the industry that crushed him multiple times. Gramps is living his dreams vicariously through Hye-joon, and I love the doting relationship he has with his grandson. I’m sure Young-nam is already feeling the regret in his bones, but that cheeky exclusion of Dad in his acceptance speech was the cherry on top. Take that, Dad!
For Ae-sook, Hye-joon’s success affirms her diligence and trust in her son. His award proves to her and Yi-young that one’s social background isn’t a barrier to success and acknowledgement. Ae-sook always remains dignified and respectful in her position relative to Yi-young, and her veiled honesty to Yi-young’s upsetting comments is her form of defiance, an armor to protect her son and family. With this development, Yi-young is sure to tone down her contempt and patronizing behavior, though she may redirect that energy to Hae-hyo now.
As a character, I find Hae-hyo tragically superficial. I enjoy seeing his friendship with Hye-joon, but I find that the relationship offers more depth and substance than his character. His relationship with Hye-joon juxtaposed with their mothers’ friendships shows how strong yet fragile their friendship is. Hae-hyo genuinely supports his friend, but everyone around them continues to reinforce the inevitable imbalance stemming from their different backgrounds. As their popularity levels flip, I’m curious to see if they (mainly Hae-hyo) can overcome that imbalance.
Hye-joon peaking in this episode was at odds with Jung-ha’s reality, and I can see the beginning of the end here. It seems like Jung-ha actively avoids broaching anything that resembles sorrow in her relationship with Hye-joon, even if it’s important to her personal life. She understands how her parents’ turbulent relationship affects her life views, but I don’t think she realizes how that’s negatively impacting her relationship with Hye-joon. Not to say that their distance is her fault — I think Hye-joon doesn’t know what Jung-ha needs. She talks about her struggles with ease, but Hye-joon waits for her instead of actively supporting her. He apologizes but never follows up with any action. They clearly care for each other, but they’re not showing up for each other in a mutually beneficial way. Jung-ha is on the hurting side here, and I hope she finds a way to balance out the scales.
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