Can I call you joonie, that’s what it sounds like when I say your name. I understand, i understand why you drew a caricature of Jin-ah with a uncharacteristically large head and a funny small body. when you were more than capable to draw an astonishing portrait and impress her. For you knew art, sketching was your truest expression, which never betrayed you, unlike your eyes which could move away, your head which could be trained, your art only said the truth. and the truth was apparent when you drew her portrait alone at home with a mere picture. Your truth, Your outpouring love for her could not be missed at all. With each detail came every moment you spent with her, whether the eyes that hold so much depth, eyebrows proud and independent, nose straight not giving up ever and lips which retained the innocence and maturity in an amalgam.
I understand why you did not want to show her that, for they were your feelings, bare, naked, your heart laid open, it was vulnerable more than we are used to. Also how could you do that, when you were not sure yourself about your feelings. But joonie, even if you were an ace at relationships, it is okay for you to hold back and contemplate, be uncomfortable being vulnerable. for every relation is different, it takes time and trust, and you did great taking your time and understanding what your heart wants.
Love for making love familiar and breathtaking at the same time
Joon Hee, played by Jung Hae-in is a character from the korean drama Something in the rain, literal title being Pretty noona who buys me food. I cannot assure you if he will fall among your top favourite characters, but one thing is for sure, you will definitely remember him in his unique yet familiar ways.
interesting fact– Joon-hee is younger than his partner Jin-ah played by Son ye-jin, and also in real life.
No. of episodes: 16
Original network: JTBC
Original release: March 30 –, May 19, 2018
you can watch it on Netflix