There are way worse things, even solely within the entertainment industry, than to have decreased screen time in a drama. I’m not as invested in the Cheese in the Trap meltdown since I stopped watching midway, but I think fans and audience members should consider taking a step back after fully venting and not keep the fanning the flames. The drama is about to end this week, not to mention it still plans to air overseas in whatever capacity. If Park Hae Jin‘s male lead unaired scenes get edited into the drama for airing in China or other countries which have purchased the rights, that means international viewers will eventually also see a version of the drama that might allay the bitter taste in the mouth left from the recent happenings. Park Hae Jin himself will be just fine, he’s not a newbie or even a struggling actor, he’s very well received in Korea thanks to You From Another Star, My Daughter Seo Young, Dr. Stranger, and Bad Guys, and in China he’s quite well known and has done C-dramas along with appearing on variety shows. He was spotted at Incheon Airport this Monday heading to China for scheduled events, looking super smexy, which may be the best revenge for getting shafted by the production of CitT.