tvN’s “Start-Up” launched new stills forward of the upcoming episode!
“Start-Up” takes place in a fictional South Korean model of Silicon Valley the place younger dreamers got down to obtain success on the planet of startup firms. Suzy stars as Seo Dal Mi, an adventurer who goals of turning into Korea’s Steve Jobs, whereas Nam Joo Hyuk performs the position of Samsan Tech founder Nam Do San.
In the earlier episode, Seo Dal Mi came upon all the pieces about her old flame, which endangered her relationship with Nam Do San. It turned out Han Ji Pyung (Kim Seon Ho) was really the one who wrote these letters to her on the request of her grandmother Choi Won Deok (Kim Hae Sook).
Seo Dal Mi was crushed by the deception, and in flip, Nam Do San was heartbroken for placing her in confusion. However, he reminded her that she was the actual motive Samsan Tech was capable of enter Silicon Valley, which as soon as once more gave her religion and conviction to rise as a frontrunner.
Amidst questions on their relationship, the drama unveiled new stills that present Seo Dal Mi and Nam Do San on a date. The two are sitting in a flowery restaurant, and though the environment seems mellow and candy, their expressions are hole of pleasure. Suzy gazes worriedly at Nam Do San, whose face is bruised and bandaged, and questions are mounting about what occurred to him.
The drama additionally gave a peek on the brewing battle between Han Ji Pyung and Kim Yong San (Kim Do Wan).
At the top of the final episode, Kim Yong San requested Han Ji Pyung, “Tell me. Why did you kill my brother?” Han Ji Pyung answered, “I don’t know your brother. I didn’t even know you had one.” His comment angered Kim Yong San who snapped, “I didn’t count on you to mourn for him, however I didn’t know you wouldn’t keep in mind him in any respect.”
In the second set of stills, Han Ji Pyung and Kim Yong San face off with raging eyes. Han Ji Pyung seems like he’s in disbelief, whereas Kim Yong San’s eyes burn with revenge. The reality will floor within the upcoming episode of “Start-Up.”
“Start-Up” airs on weekends at 9 p.m. KST.
In the meantime, watch Nam Joo Hyuk’s drama “Bride of the Water God“:
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