Unreleased Stills From “Good Job” Show Jung Il Woo And Yuri Having A Heart-Fluttering Time In The Countryside
“Good Job” is a mystery romance drama starring Jung Il Woo as Eun Sun Woo, a chaebol heir who leads a double life as a detective, and Yuri as Don Se Ra, a woman with superhuman vision.
Previously, Eun Sun Woo was kidnapped and in danger of being killed due to Kang Wan Soo (Jo Young Jin) and Kang Tae Joon (Yoon Sun Woo), but Eun Sun Woo managed to hide while pretending to be dead in order to uncover their true ambitions. He hid at the vacation house in the countryside which is filled with memories of his mother (Kim Jung Hwa).
Don Se Ra also set out on her own to find Eun Sun Woo, and when she came across the gang that tried to kill him, Eun Sun Woo appeared to rescue her. In the end, the two hid in the vacation house together, and they learned they were connected more deeply than they realized as Eun Sun Woo’s mother was the “angel-like lady” from Don Se Ra’s childhood memories.
The stills depict the two spending time alone together, separated from the rest of the world. Eun Sun Woo and Don Se Ra get to know each other better than before, and the stills capture the process of them gradually growing closer.
The photos also depict them cleaning the house together. As they clean the dust that has built up over the years from no one visiting the house, the two still have an enjoyable time because they are working together. Another photo captures Don Se Ra treating Eun Sun Woo’s wound, conveying how they have become more trusting of each other. Finding an old photo, Eun Sun Woo learns of Don Se Ra’s connection to his mother and gazes affectionately at her.
On the flip side, the couple also shows hilarious and adorable moments while at the market together. They eat delicious food, wear matching clothes, and enjoy their date at the market. They also ride a bicycle to the lake to have a picnic and share a heart-fluttering moment together like any other couple. Finally, Eun Sun Woo holds Don Se Ra’s hand while she has a nightmare, showcasing how they’ve come to rely on each other.
The next episode of “Good Job” airs on September 21 at 9 p.m. KST.