To swoon or not to swoon? The answer is obvious.

As you all know by now, Park Hae Jin is currently playing the role of Yoo Jung in Cheese in the Trap. I have recently started to watch it and I can say I LOVE IT! Though I’m conflicted about Yoo Jung and his real intentions toward Hong Seol (Kim Go Eun). I’m perturbed with regard to how he get things done his way. He’s so layered, I don’t know if I’m reading him correctly. But I would gladly disregard all of my suspicions since mostly I’m fond of his smile and his manly aura. Heh. Fangirl alert. I totally lost it when he started to make efforts just to have a meal with Hong Seol. Those were sweet times! Right now, everything turned awry between them. If only I can just have the sweetness.. but drama won’t allow it!

Anyhow, it’s just the first week. I’m anxious to know what will happen next especially after Yoo Jung brushed off Seol without giving her a chance to explain herself. Dude, you shouldn’t have walked away! Just when I thought he waited to confront her about the date, he completely turned things around! This guy surely knows how to surprise me badly.

I have to admit it’s my first time to see Park Hae Jin in a Korean drama. I’ve only watched the first few episodes of You who came from the Stars to even notice he was there. I’m glad I get to savour him in this new drama and have a fresh encounter to feel his character more.

Yoo Jung is.. hmm.. I thought I know him but he proves me I’m wrong. I’m perplexed whether he is serious or if he’s just playing. I can’t blame Seol if she’s also experiencing the same dilemma. I am anxiously waiting to know what will happen next because Yoo Jung’s past is a mystery I can’t wait to unfold. But more than that, I want to see him fall in love and experience it the way Seol would.

I never thought I’d be loving Monday’s again. So please COME ALREADY!!






  • frankie says:

    I have never watched a drama twice – but after watching the first two episodes I had to watch them again to see if I could understand Yoo Jung. The first episode he was so scary, but after watching the 2nd episode I wanted to see if I had misunderstood him. What a great drama to have such a layered character, I think we are going to be kept guessing for a while yet.

  • heartoppaya says:

    Leila, you should watch Bad Guys if you want to see his true extent. More that YWCFTS in his sweet and considerate second lead role, I prefer him as the psychopathetic ex-killer who joins the team to get the bad guys. He is super amazing. Super!

    • asyuraniel says:

      Well, in YWCFTS Park Hae Jin actually was cast as Lee Jae Kyung (psychotic brother) – as villian, not as second lead. He even already film first episode bu last minute change cast as second lead…But its true.. i totally fall in love with him in Bad guy… Huhu

  • milaiski says:

    I’ve haven’t herd of Cheese in the Trap before and I only considered watching it because Park Hae Jin is the male lead. And boy, I was not disappointed! He always carefully chooses his projects and so far I can’t recall disliking a role he played. I also watched in My Daughter is Seoyeong, You from Another Star and Bad Guys, I must say he is a chameleon and way underrated. 🙂

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