Kim Soo-hyun, a firm pure lover
Kim Soo-hyun, a firm pure lover
Kim Soo-hyun's strong love and willingness to take risks for his wife is attracting everyone.

In the currently airing vN Saturday-Sunday drama 'Queen of Tears', Baek Hyun-woo (played by Kim Soo-hyun) is capturing the hearts of viewers with his change of feelings toward his wife Hong Hae-in (played by Kim Ji-won). Previously, Baek Hyun-woo was tired of the harsh life with his in-laws and his wife, Hong Hae-in, who pretended not to notice it, and even considered divorce. He wanted to end his marriage by writing a divorce agreement himself, but due to a sudden misfortune that befell his wife, he was unable to deliver it and had to stay by Hong Hae-in's side.

As the time together increased, Baek Hyun-woo began to gradually recall the feelings he had forgotten about his wife. Memories of moments when he was happy just being together, such as the time when he promised "I will be by your side even if there is something worse than a debt," and the time when he readily agreed to marriage after his wife came to visit him all the way to Yongduri, melted Baek Hyun-woo's heart little by little.

That was also why he followed the Red Sea man who had left for Germany to receive treatment without saying anything to him. In an interview with a wife who said she wanted to be with her husband for the rest of her life after retirement, she felt Hong Hae-in's sincerity, which she could not bear to say to herself. With that day's events as an opportunity, Baek Hyun-woo stays by Hong Hae-in's side no matter what crisis comes and throws his whole body at every moment to protect them, just as he promised when they were dating.

In particular, it shows how much Baek Hyun-woo's heart is when he personally flies to Germany to treat his sick wife's illness, meets with the director of the cancer center to find a solution, and calls himself a bad husband to give a reason to live for the Red Sea man who has lost his will to live. It made me guess. His meticulousness in secretly doing good deeds in his wife's name also stood out.

Baek Hyun-woo's deep sincerity and his willingness to do anything related to Hong Hae-in even after he divorced and became a man and woman touched my heart. Even though he suffered the humiliation of being hit with eggs by protesters and being placed on standby due to the plot of Queen's new president Yoon Eun-seong (played by Park Seong-hoon), he acted calmly in front of his wife and reassured her, adding to her trust.

However, Baek Hyun-woo's efforts were in vain as Hong Hae-in found out about what had happened and drew a line about it, and the couple's relationship became strained once again. Baek Hyun-woo, who was sad because he could not understand his wife's true feelings, went to Hong Hae-in's room while drunk and expressed his feelings, saying, "I love you, Hae-in." Baek Hyun-woo's eyes were filled with sorrow and affection as he quietly whispered his love through the door because he could not tell his wife, creating a moving feeling.

In this way, Baek Hyun-woo is exploding the emotions of viewers by loving his wife again, staying by her side, and changing into a trustworthy husband after going through a time when he decided to end his marriage. Above all, Kim Soo-hyun's acting, which delicately depicts the emotions of Baek Hyun-woo's character, doubles the sense of immersion. Accordingly, attention is paid to Kim Soo-hyun's next performance, which expresses Baek Hyun-woo's character's struggles, and how Baek Hyun-woo, who risked his life for the person he loves, will bring Hong Hae-in out of danger.

Kang Min-kyung, Ten Asia reporter translated by google