[Article] Inspiring Generation Episode 11 Review:
Inspiring Generation Episode 11 Review: Jin Se Yeon Cries for Kim Hyun Joong
Previously, Ok Ryun and Jung Tae met in the streets of Shanghai within five years. Ok Ryun was disappointed to see him still fighting and yelled, “Is fighting all you can do?” While Jung Tae froze seeing Ok Ryun there, the gang he was fighting with took a chance and attacked him from behind. As Jung Tae could not defend himself, Ok Ryun ran into the gang and hugged him to protect him.
Sun Woo Jin(played by Lee Hae In) threw hot water at the gang and shooed them. Woo Jin, who was a doctor, looked after Jung Tae and said to Ok Ryun, “He’s fine. He just passed out. Don’t worry.” Ok Ryun watched him and teared up.
Kim Hyun Joong Tells Jin Se Yeon “I’ve Never Forgotten about You”
Previously, Jung Tae and Ok Ryun met on the streets of Shanghai within five years. Then met while Jung Tae was fighting, and Ok Ryun was disappointed in him.
Even when Jung Tae woke up, Ok Ryun did not smile at him at all. Jung Tae said to her, “I’ve never forgotten about you. Will you tell me what happened while I was away?” He reached out his hand to her, but she stood still without an answer
Kim Hyun Joong Ignores His Father’s Corpse
Jung Jae Hwa(played by Kim Sung Oh) asked Jung Tae, “Shouldn’t we bring your father’s body to Shanghai?” However, Jung Tae, who was still mad at Shin Young Chool(played by Choi Jae Sung) said, “I’m not interested.” Jae Hwa was surprised and asked if he really was not interested, but he coldly answered, “He died a long time ago. He doesn’t matter to me anymore.” Jae Hwa raged, “Aren’t you even curious who killed your father?” Jung Tea replied, “Do whatever you want with his body.” Then he came out.
However, Jung Tae changed his mind after Kim Ok Ryun(played by Jin Se Yeon)’s advice, who had to leave her mother’s dead body behind from running away from the Japanese soldiers in the past. He eventually went to a mortuary with Jae Hwa.
Kim Hyun Joong Finally Understands Choi Jae Sung and Cries
Jung Tae found a creased bill and a family photo while going through Young Chool’s keepsakes. Then he realized that his father actually has cared for his family even when he seemed indifferent.
Jung Tae cried, “Why didn’t you just come and see us instead of looking at our photo while you were busy earning money? You should have at least heard how much I hate you before you go like this.”