Yumi’s romance with Woong ended in the first season of “Yumi’s Cells,” and in the second season, she is in a passionate relationship with Babi. How will Yumi and Babi’s relationship progress, and who will eventually marry Yumi?
The drama “Yumi’s Cells” is based on a webtoon of the same name. Even though the story of the upcoming drama may be different from the original, the first and second seasons have been based on the story of the webtoon.
The webtoon “Yumi’s Cells” was serialized for five seasons. In the first two seasons, Yumi met, dated, and then broke up with Woong. She develops feelings for Babi at the end of the second season, and they begin dating in the third season. Yumi’s relationship with Babi goes well for a while, but it begins to crumble when Babi hires a part-time employee in his store. Yumi and Babi’s relationship ends in the fourth season of the webtoon, and in the fifth season, Yumi meets the person she will marry.
Yumi has been working as a professional writer since her breakup with Babi.
She meets Shin Soon-Rok, also known as Rodolph Shin, the person in charge of her writings at the publishing company. Soon-Rok has similar tendencies to Yumi because both of their prime cells are love cells. When he falls in love, Soon-Rok can change himself and devote himself to the relationship, just as Yumi does.
When creating the character Soon-Rok, the author of the webtoon “Yumi’s Cells” mentioned two actors as references. Kang Ha-Neul is the first actor he mentioned. People who have read the webtoon think that the author saw the drama “Misaeng” and got an idea from Kang Baek-Ki, a strict and professional worker.
The second actor the author mentioned is Park Bo-Gum. He stated that he wanted Soon-Rok to be a pleasant character rather than a serious one. Readers believe the author watched the drama “Reply 1988” and used Choi Taek as a motif for the character.
Soon-Rok is described as being three years younger than Yumi, with bright skin that complements his glasses.
Fans believe Gong Myung or Park Bo-Gum would be good choices for the role, but there has been no word on casting. We’ll keep you posted as more information about the upcoming seasons of “Yumi’s Cells” becomes available.