Cha Eun-woo grabbed Kim Min-seok by the collar
Cha Eun-woo grabbed Kim Min-seok by the collar
Kim Min-seok appears in earnest and engages in a tense battle of nerves with Cha Eun-woo.

In the 7th episode of the MBC Wednesday drama 'Lovely Dogs Today' (hereinafter referred to as 'Oh Sa Dog'), which will be aired on the 22nd, Jin Seo-won (played by Cha Eun-woo) reunites with Kang Eun-hwan (played by Kim Min-seok), the person who caused her childhood trauma, and a confrontation occurs. .

In episodes 5 and 6, which were broadcast in succession, Seo-won was distressed because she recalled the past of being bullied by Eun-hwan when she was young when school violence broke out at school. In response, Han Hae-na (played by Park Gyu-young) noticed that Seowon was different from usual and stayed by his side silently, offering comfort and comforting each other's wounds.

Meanwhile, on the 20th (today), a still showing Seowon and Eunhwan, who had a bad relationship during their school days, standing together facing each other was released. The sight of two people confronting each other without a single step back catches attention.

In the still, Seo-won is looking at Eun-hwan, an unwelcome guest, with a sharp reaction when he reappears in front of her. On the other hand, Eun-hwan gives Seo-won a slightly sly smile and only fixes her eyes on him, and Eun-hwan's cool expression that quickly changes creates an imminent atmosphere.

In another still, Seowon is grabbing Eunhwan's collar, capturing everyone's attention. A strong anger can be felt in the way Seowon pushes Eunhwan against the wall and puts pressure on her so that she cannot move. This raises curiosity about what happened to the two people.

Hae-na visits Seo-won's house because she has something to say to him, but she cannot hide her embarrassment when she witnesses the confrontation between Seo-won and Eun-hwan. Attention is focused on why Haena went to Seowon's house in the middle of the night.

Episode 7 of ‘I’m Lovely Too Today’ will be aired at 9 PM on the 22nd.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter translated by google