I’m going out on a limb here and saying that the romance really isn’t going to all that critical to the narrative of Two Weeks. That doesn’t mean there won’t be any, but I feel like screenwriter So Hyun Kyung is more interested in exploring the preciousness of life and humanity, which she’s been probing more and more since she did 49 Days. She does so in ways that center around love and family moreso than male-female attraction. Two Weeks has two leading ladies Kim So Yeon and Park Ha Sun to flank Lee Jun Ki, but I think the love line might be a re-established relationship between former exes Tae San and In Hye played by Park Ha Sun, especially since they have a daughter together. I don’t think Kim So Yeon is getting shafted to second female lead and I always love seeing her as a strong character with conviction regardless of whether she gets to make out with the leading man. Park Ha Sun worries me a bit, I like her and she’s never been annoying onscreen. But she has also never sizzled for me, she’s rather warm and placid with a sort of low hum energy. In some ways, she’s like a less annoying Shin Se Kyung with better acting skills and a nice well-defined chin. I hope she ups her acting here because her general aura and sloe-eyes can veer a crackling scene into a bland one. She does look good with Lee Jun Ki, and in some ways this coupling reminds me of his turn with Nam Sang Mi in Time Between Dog and Wolf. Both leading ladies have their earthy quality rather than a Shin Mina’s more playful and cheeky vibe. The latest stills from the drama show Jun Ki and Park Ha Sun filming a date scene which seems like a flashback to their happier times as a couple before whatever happened to cause their breakup leading to Park Ha Sun raising their daughter alone. I hope the writer doesn’t make Jun Ki’s character too unpalatable in the beginning just to heighten the chasm of his redemption arc. Sometimes a lead is just too far gone to even redeem in the long run, and here I want to have at least one tiny reason to root for Tae San from the get go.