Jung Woo (played by JYJ’s Yoo Chun) and Hyung Jun (played by Yoo Seung Ho) are appealing to many female viewers with their different ways of loving Soo Yeon (played by Yoon Eun Hye).
In the episode of the drama series Missing You that aired on December 13, Jung Woo and Hyung Jun express their love to Soo Yeon in different ways.
Jung Woo decides to forget about Joy after he hears that she doesn’t want to live as Soo Yeon anymore. He has waited for her for fourteen years but decides to let her go as she wants to forget about her horrifying past.
For the happiness of a girl he loves, he decides to give up on his love and forget about her.
However, Hyung Jun decides not to let Soo Yeon go when he sees her thinking of Jung Woo.
Soo Yeon sees Hyung Jun moaning with pain when she comes back home after she sees Jung Woo. Hyung Jun, who already knows that Soo Yeon met Jung Woo, says in tears, “I thought you wouldn’t come back.” At this, Soo Yeon says, “I’m not going anywhere.” When Soo Yeon leaves him to bring some pills, Hyung Jun holds her and says, “You can’t go anywhere.”
Jung Woo and Hyung Jun love the same woman in different ways. Jung Woo tries to let her go in the name of love, but Hyung Jun tries to hold her.
Soo Yeon forgives Jung Woo after she realizes that he has also lived with pain as she has. Jung Woo seems to try to let her go, but he cannot hide his love he has kept for fourteen years.
Soo Yeon, Jung Woo, and Hyung Jun are now in a love triangle. Soo Yeon might not easily be able to leave Hyung Jun because he has protected her for the last fourteen years, but it won’t be easy for her to leave Jung Woo either because he has taken care of her mother Myung Hee (played by Song Ok Sook) while she has been gone.