Uee will have an unpleasant surprise waiting for her at work on the next episode of “Live Your Own Life”!
“Live Your Own Life” is a new KBS drama starring Uee as Lee Hyo Shim, a warmhearted personal trainer and self-sacrificing daughter who has always put her family’s needs before her own—until she finally makes up her mind to break free from her leech-like family and pursue her own happiness.
On the first episode of “Live Your Own Life,” Lee Hyo Shim received a well-deserved promotion after achieving impressive results as the top trainer at her gym. However, she wasn’t able to enjoy her success for long—Hyo Shim was soon contacted by a loan shark asking her to pay off the massive debts racked up by her irresponsible family members.
Not only was the interest rate on the loans shockingly high, but the biggest problem was that this was far from the first time Hyo Shim had been forced to deal with this kind of situation. Knowing that he had lent her mom and younger brother the money because he expected Hyo Shim to pay it back, Hyo Shim angrily sought out the loan shark and told him that she couldn’t pay off their debts.
However, it appears as though Hyo Shim was unsuccessful in fending him off. In newly released stills from the drama’s next episode, Hyo Shim is frozen is shock as she finds the loan shark waiting for her at the gym where she works.
Although the loan shark greets her with a wave and a relaxed smile, Hyo Shim visibly falls into despair after hearing what he has to say.
The producers of “Live Your Own Life” commented, “Hyo Shim, who has always devoted herself to her family and made countless sacrifices for them up until now, made up her mind not to pay back the money on their behalf this time. However, when the loan shark comes all the way to her place of work, she winds up hearing something decisive that causes her resolve to waver. Please keep an eye on what decision Hyo Shim, who has always put her family before everything else in her life, will make.”
The second episode of “Live Your Own Life” will air on September 17 at 8:05 p.m. KST.