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Ji Chang Wook and Won Ji An’s emotional scene under the rain draws attention 

Several scenes from Ji Chang Wook’s upcoming work “If You Wish Upon Me” have been released. 

Ji Chang Wook and Won Ji An’s emotional scene under the rain 

Recently, the production team of K-drama “If You Wish Upon Me”, starring Ji Chang Wook and SNSD Sooyoung has teased several scenes from the series, making headlines across the net. The released stills hinted at a serious atmosphere between Ji Chang Wook and Won Ji An’s character.

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A newly released still of “If You Wish Upon Me”

In particular, Ji Chang Wook was showing a desperate and weak expression, while Won Ji An looked resigned and somewhat angry, rousing curiosity from fans. Many also start to question the relationship between these two characters and the story behind this emotional scene. 

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What caused the rift between Yoon Gyeo Re (Ji Chang Wook) and Ha Jun Kyung (Won Ji An)?

In “If You Wish Upon Me”, Ji Chang Wook assumes the role of Yoon Gyeo Re, who lived at an orphanage, spent time in a juvenile detention center and prison, and now struggles to have a normal life. Meanwhile, Won Ji An’s character Ha Jun Kyung is an orphan abandoned by her own parents, who grows obsessed with Yoon Gyeo Re after receiving his help.  

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Ji Chang Wook assumes the role of Yoon Gyeo Re, who has a tragic past 
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Won Ji An plays the orphan Ha Jun Kyung, who was abandoned by her parents

Many netizens guessed that Ha Jun Kyung would fall in love with Yoon Gyeo Re, while Gyeo Re has eyes for the kind nurse Seo Yeon Joo (played by SNSD Sooyoung), leading to the aforementioned scene. 

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Many guessed that Yoon Gyeo Re’s feelings for female lead Seo Yeon Joo is the reason behind the released stills

“If You Wish Upon Me” is based on the Dutch organization “Ambulance Wish Foundation”, which strives to fulfill the last wishes of terminally ill patients. With such a message, the K-drama promises to convey moving and meaningful messages, while being healing to its audiences. 

The 16-episode K-drama “If You Wish Upon Me” will air every Wednesday and Thursday, starting from August 10th. 

Source: K14

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