In “Yumi’s Cells 2,” Yumi discovers that Da-Eun is wandering near her boyfriend, Babi’s old home. Yumi informs Da-Eun that Babi has moved out, and Da-Eun responds, “Is it because of me?”
What led Da-Eun to believe that Babi moved out because of her, and how will this affect Yumi and Babi’s relationship?
Before leaving her internship at Babi’s company, Da-Eun discusses her feelings with him. She tells Babi that she has feelings for someone, but that person already has a girlfriend. Babi notices that Da-Eun likes him, but he pretends he is unaware.
Da-Eun has moved to another city, but she hasn’t given up on Babi. She does not contact Babi directly but instead asks her parents to send him fruits since her parents’ farm is close to Babi’s home. Da-Eun’s mother writes in the letter accompanying the fruit basket that her daughter, Da-Eun, is doing well.
After reading the letter, Babi decides to move closer to his workplace. It’s probably because he knows he’ll run into Da-Eun again if he stays near her parents’ house. Babi is right. When Da-Eun visits her parents, she wanders around Babi’s old place, hoping to see if he is still there.
When Yumi informs her that Babi has moved out, Da-Eun looks pleased rather than disappointed. She is happy that Babi is not completely uninterested in her. She can’t hide her delight in front of Yumi, and Yumi obviously is not happy about what Da-Eun said.
Da-Eun may become more aggressive toward Babi if she believes she has a chance to date him.
In the original webtoon “Yumi’s Cells,” Da-Eun couldn’t stop thinking of Babi and called him late at night while she was drunk. Babi didn’t answer the phone because he was sleeping, but his girlfriend, Yumi, was awake next to him and saw who was calling.
The drama “Yumi’s Cells” story may differ, but one thing appears to be clear. The war between Da-Eun and Yumi has only just begun.