Doctor says because Ji Heon is refusing pill treatment, he thought this might help. Ji Heon arrives at work and goes before the management of the company where his father is the President in order to give a presentation.Ji Heon sees a wadded up tissue on the ground and almost has an attack. Ji Heon picks up the tissue and says he didn’t have this phobia before, but hearing those other guys discuss their phobias and now it’s added to his. He discusses how the digital age is entering into a Smart (phone) era.As Soo Jung becomes their tour guide, their complicated relationship begins.The drama became a huge hit in South Korea and several other Asian countries. Jo In Sung's scene in which his character is crying while talking on the phone is one of the most memorable scenes in Korean TV history.
To this day, I’ve seen pretty much all of their other works, and neither actor has created this level of unforgettable oomph with another co-star.
was such a uninspiring meta-failure for me was that Ha Ji Won was really playing the same character in WHIB, but with an easy-to-root for kindheartedness and some vocational training (and Hyun Bin was playing an even more messed up version of Samshik – but I’ll save that for another discussion).
While Hyun Bin and Ha Ji Won had great chemistry, for me it still couldn’t touch what she did with Jo In Sung back in 2004.
There was not a single moment in the second half of WHIB where I didn’t believe 100% that Jae Min would literally die if he couldn’t have Soo Jung.
In an interview with "Entertainment Weekly," Jo said he has been thinking about his future ever since he turned 30.