We’ve discussed most of Yumi’s relationships in the drama “Yumi’s Cells” reviews, and this time we picked a light topic to get to know more about her. Yumi always has a priority list in her life, and that list shifts from time to time.
When her love cell was the prime cell, her boyfriend was her top priority. Her writing career was the most important thing to her when the writing cell became the most important cell. What else is on her priority list?
The complete ranking was revealed in the scene where she witnessed her ex-boyfriend Woong and her current boyfriend, Babi, arguing. She interrupts their conversation and takes Babi’s side because Babi is number three on her list and Woong is number twenty. Let’s take a look at Yumi’s other top priorities.
Between the 15th and 20th are: laptop, ska band concert, matching rings, keeping a financial ledger, security deposit, and Woong. Others are obvious, but what exactly is a ska band? Ska is a type of rock music that originated in Jamaica. Yumi is a fan of the ska band Kingston Rudieska.
What are Yumi’s top ten priorities? The 10th is beer, and the 9th is her work deadline. Yumi’s 8th priority at the moment is Babi’s upcoming birthday. Her 7th is a bookstore tour. Yumi often goes to check on the sales of her book “Muse, My Love.”
The 6th priority item is tteokbokki, a spicy Korean dish made with rice cakes. This explains why she was so happy to learn that Babi’s father runs a tteokbokki store.
Yumi’s parents are her fourth and fifth priorities, and her current boyfriend, Babi, is her third. She used to prioritize her boyfriend more than anything else, but not anymore. The second priority is “writing,” which is her favorite and her profession.
Yumi’s most important asset is… herself! When she broke up with Woong in the first season of the drama, she realized how important she was, and she kept it.
It’s interesting to see Yumi’s cells debating her priorities and assisting her in making decisions. As the drama “Yumi’s Cells 2” approaches its conclusion, we’ll see how her priorities affect her relationship and personal life in the end.