Record of Youth Ep 13: Park Bo Gum and Park So Dam hint at a breakup; Byun Woo Seok has an emotional outburst

*SPOILERS ALERT* Park Bo-gum and Park So-dam's relationship is going through a rough patch after a heated argument hinted at an eventual breakup. Moreover, Byun Woo-seok has a mental breakdown in front of his overbearing mother.
Record of Youth Ep 13 saw Park Bo-gum being jealous of Park So-dam and Byun Woo-seok's friendship Record of Youth Ep 13: Park Bo Gum and Park So Dam hint at a breakup; Byun Woo Seok has an emotional outburst
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*SPOILERS ALERT* Record of Youth Ep 13 was a sure-shot roller coaster ride of emotions, especially when it comes to Sa Hye-joon (Park Bo-gum) and Ahn Jung-ha's (Park So-dam) relationship which has hit a rough patch. Hye-joon is caught up in another dating rumours scandal as he's linked with his The First Human co-star and friend Jin Seo-woo (Lee Sung-kyung in a cameo).

Moreover, Jung-ha is maintaining a steady friendship with Won Hae-hyo (Byun Woo-seok), although she hid from Hye-joon the fact that the pair spent time together on two occasions; one at Jung-ha's home and the other, at a park near her residence. Speaking of Hae-hyo, Park Do-ha (Kim Gun-woo) embarrasses him by revealing how he found out about his fake one million Instagram followers. A frustrated Hae-hyo finally lashes out at his overbearing mother Kim Yi-young (Shin Ae-ra) and has an emotional breakdown exclaiming how his self-esteem has been wounded. Hae-hyo seeks comfort in Jung-ha, who has her own quirky way of making him feel better.

We get another epic cameo in Record of Youth Ep 13 as Bo-gum's Reply 1988 co-star Hyeri starred as top star Lee Hae-jin, who on good friend Hae-hyo's recommendation and a thorough background check, hires Jung-ha as her makeup artist. An elated Jung-ha calls up Hae-hyo to say thank you and Hye-joon shows off his jealous streak upon the knowledge of his girlfriend calling up his best friend instead of him when it comes to delivering good news.

Instead of going for a commercial shoot, Hye-joon visits Jung-ha and the two finally have that heated argument which was simmering on the sidelines. While Hye-joon questions Jung-ha calling Hae-hyo instead of him and iterating how he's trying to make time for their relationship in spite of his crazy work schedule, Jung-ha retorts that she's trying her best as well to adjust to the limited time she gets with her boyfriend. Their argument was heavily hinting at an impending breakup.

Other key moments include Hye-joon feeling stumped upon finding out that his elder brother Sa Kyung-joon (Lee Jae-won) didn't actually accept Lee Tae-su's (Lee Chang-hoon) gift card bribe to convince him to sign Tae-su as his agent instead of Lee Min-jae (Shin Dong-mi),  Yi-young seeking comfort in Hye-joon's mother Han Ye-sook (Ha Hee-ra) during her time of distress and Hye-joon's grandfather Sa Min-gi (Han Ji-hee) leaving his son Sa Young-nam (Park Soo-young) in tears by sharing his commercial payday with him and asking him to join him as his agent because of the latter's injured shoulder.

The episode ended with Tae-su informing Hye-joon that the front page headlines for the next day was going to reveal the fact that deceased fashion designer Charlie Jung's (Lee Seung-joon); who was in love with the latter), last text and phone call was to him.

Check out some of our favourite moments from Record of Youth Ep 13 below:

We can't wait to see what happens in the next episode!

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It will be interesting to see if Hye-joon and Jung-ha actually break up in Record of Youth Ep 14 as well as what Hae-hyo's next plan of action will be.

Anonymous 8 months ago

I hate the direction it’s going. Seems like as great as these actors are the directors could have move away from the gay lover theme. Wasting episodes. Love Park though. He’s one great actor.