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JTBC’s “Forecasting Love and Weather” has released new stills ahead of the upcoming episode!
The romance drama is about the work and love lives of people who work at the Korea Meteorological Administration, Korea’s national weather forecast service. Park Min Young stars as the frosty Jin Ha Kyung, who does everything by the book and is fastidious about keeping her personal and professional lives separate, while Song Kang stars as the free-spirited and determined Lee Si Woo, who boasts an impressive IQ of 150 but only cares about the weather.
Previously, Jin Ha Kyung was shocked to find out that Lee Si Woo had been injured in an accident and ended up regretting how she had repressed her feelings for him due to her past failures. It was then that she realized that the stationary front they had been experiencing was due to her own reluctance.
At the end of the previous episode, Lee Si Woo’s father Lee Myung Han (Jeon Bae Soo) showed up at the Korea Meteorological Administration spouting threats. In the new stills, he appears to be in a confrontation with Jin Ha Kyung, who fixes him with a nervous gaze while her colleagues look on.
Lee Myung Han had had a huge effect on his son’s decision to remain unmarried, as he had failed to properly care for his family. What’s more, all Lee Myung Han has on his mind is taking his own son’s money. As such, one can easily predict the reason why he is back at Lee Si Woo and Jin Ha Kyung’s workplace. It remains to be seen how Jin Ha Kyung will weather the storm created by Lee Myung Han and continue cultivating her relationship with Lee Si Woo.
The drama’s producers commented, “Lee Si Woo’s father, enraged at the news of his son’s accident, seeks out Jin Ha Kyung’s department. Lee Si Woo and Jin Ha Kyung will use this event to enter a new phase of their relationship. Tune in to tonight’s episode to find out if their relationship will remain stuck in place or grow stronger after weathering the storm.”
The next episode of “Forecasting Love and Weather” airs on March 20 at 10:30 p.m. KST.
In the meantime, check out Park Min Young in “Her Private Life” below:
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