At the end of the fourth episode of “Yumi’s Cells 2,” Yumi goes to sell her used rice pot on Christmas Eve. She approaches the buyer from behind, who is wearing a hoodie, and speaks to him. Yumi is surprised when the buyer turns around because he is her ex-boyfriend, Woong.
After seeing Yumi again, Woong has rekindled his feelings for her. What impact will Woong have on Yumi and her boyfriend Bobi’s relationship?
Although it was Woong who first asked Yumi to end their relationship at the end of the first season, there was a reason for him to do so. In the webtoon “Yumi’s Cells,” Woong left Yumi because his company went bankrupt. He had been in financial distress for quite some time. That explains why he had to bargain with Yumi over the price of a used rice cooker.
When Woong asks Yumi how she is doing, Yumi tells Woong that she is dating Babi. Woong is disappointed, but he chooses not to disturb her. His feelings for Yumi, on the other hand, have not faded, and he reappears in front of her later.
Woong has become the president of a game development company since the release of the game he created. He buys a book written by Yumi and introduces it to his employees.
He is proud to say that the book’s author is someone he previously knew well.
Woong wants to be close to Yumi again, so he comes up with a plan. He first befriends Yumi’s writer friend, and then naturally invites Yumi to his company through him.
When Woong is finally able to speak with Yumi again, he asks her to see him on a regular basis as a good friend. Yumi tells him that’s fine with her but not with her boyfriend, Babi. She refuses to stay friends with Woong.
So, in the original webtoon “Yumi’s Cells,” Woong and Yumi never date again. Is Woong in a new relationship?
Yes, he does, and Yumi’s book helps him meet his new girlfriend. Woong visits a bookstore one day to purchase a book written by Yumi. He discovers that the book is almost sold out and notices a woman purchasing the last copy. He asks her if she can sell him the book. Jenny is the woman’s name, and she finds Woong attractive. Jenny tells Woong that she has one condition for selling the book to him: he must go on a date with her.