JTBC's Saturday and Sunday drama "Lost" aired its 12th episode on October 10, which illustrated the change in Jeon Do Yeon and Ryu Jun Yeol's relationship.
The two were drawn and elated while spending time together, despite their personal dilemmas.
'Lost' Episode 12: Boo Jung and Kang Jae Bare Their Souls With Each Other
In the latest episode, Boo Jung (Jeon Do Yeon) tries to touch Kang Jae's (Ryu Jun Yeol) face, but turns around.
Kang Jae, who has been very observant since the start of their friendship, walks on eggshells and asks, "What makes you so sad?"
To which Boo Jung sadly answers, "Everyone around me treated me poorly. It's always like that."
He then comforts her and wreaths Boo Jung into a hug, promising her that he will never leave her side. Kang Jae reaches out to her and stares right into her eyes.
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His deep set of black eyes speak his heart's desire, "I can be your friend, your lover, your family."
Despite feeling the same, Boo Jung still thinks it wasn't right. When Kang Jae leaned in to kiss her passionately, her heart couldn't keep still. She wants her, but it doesn't feel right.
Boo Jung Leaves Kang Jae Behind
At the end of the episode, Boo Jung and Kang Jae rode in the car together. Kang Jae sleeps peacefully on Boo Jung's shoulders, calm and peaceful.
However, Kang Jae's confession didn't let her heart and mind rest. She is certain that she feels a much more intense attraction to the other, but something is holding her back from freeing herself.
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Despite Kang Jae's persuasion and honesty, Boo Jung leaves and hurries to go home to Seoul after receiving her husband's message, "Let's go to the sea together."
'Lost' All-Time Low Ratings
Despite the sensuous directing skills, great storyline, and the actors' outstanding acting performances, JTBC's melodrama "Lost" continuously sees a dip in the drama's viewership ratings.
The melodrama recorded its highest percentage of 4.1% nationwide rating during its premiere on September 4. However, the drama plummeted and achieved a 3.7% nationwide rating with its second episode.
Since then, "Lost" unceasingly received low ratings, fluctuating from 1 - 3% viewership ratings each episode.
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In its latest episode, the drama recorded 1.0% viewership ratings nationwide. Now that the drama is down with its last four episodes, the production team of "Lost" hopes to see a light and a rise in their weekly drama ratings.
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Written by Elijah Mully.