Watch: Moon Ga Young And Kim Dong Wook Find Love Through Adversity In “Find Me In Your Memory”
MBC’s upcoming romance drama has released an intriguing new teaser!
“Find Me in Your Memory” stars Kim Dong Wook as Lee Jung Hoon and Moon Ga Young as Yeo Ha Jin. Lee Jung Hoon is a news anchor with hyperthymesia, a condition that gives people the ability to remember an abnormally vast amount of their life experiences in vivid detail. Yeo Ha Jin is a rising star who has forgotten some of the most important moments of her life as a psychological defense mechanism. Although their memories work in opposite ways, the two have similar emotional scars, and they fatefully cross paths and discover their love for one another.
The new teaser begins at an awards show, where Kim Dong Wook is receiving the award for program of the year. Moon Ga Young says in a voiceover, “What I liked about news anchor Lee Jung Hoon is that he is very smart and he is extremely sexy when he speaks bluntly.”
In a scene where Kim Dong Wook catches Moon Ga Young as she falls over, he tells her, “When I’m with you, I have to be vigilant. Be careful when you go and don’t fall again.”
With the caption, “The moment when love begins,” the two begin sharing sweet comments about each other. Moon Ga Young shares, “Should I say he’s gotten nicer, or should I say he’s gotten softer?” Kim Dong Wook says, “She’s a good person. I hope Yeo Ha Jin will always be happy.”
The screen reads, “Painful memories that suddenly appear,” as Kim Dong Wook learns that Moon Ga Young was a long-time patient of someone he knows. Moon Ga Young says, “I just wish I would disappear.” Kim Dong Wook asks her, “Is it possible your memories will never return?” and she answers, “It feels like all my lost time is now being filled.”
The clip finishes with the couple locking lips on various occasions as Kim Dong Wook asks, “Which one of us is more pitiful? Me, who cannot ever forget, or Yeo Ha Jin, who had to forget in order to live?”
Check out the full video below!
MBC’s “Find Me in Your Memory” premieres on March 18 at 8:55 p.m. KST.