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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Jung In-sun Springs Into Hardcore Action as Single Parent for "Terius Behind Me"

2018/09/05 | 410 views | Permalink

Secret agents are impressive, but you haven't seen skill until you see a single parent juggle two kids and a household. As the younger demon-child of one, I'm very looking forward to Jung In-sun's Go Ae-rin and her domestic superpowers in "Terius Behind Me", which we can see in brand new stills.

Ae-rin is someone who is completely devoted to her children, having left dreams of a stable career behind. She wanted to lead a brilliant life as a programmer for a great IT company after graduating from the Computer Science department of her engineering college, but life turned her into a single parent after her marriage at an early age.

I'm curious if the early premise of her having lost her husband still stands, and I'm even more curious about how she'll fit in with a secret agent. I'm hoping for a great dynamic here. I'm picturing her judging his dusty weapon collection and filling him with awe and terror when her housemom powers show their use in espionage. Give that to me, "Terius Behind Me".

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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