Three important details you may have missed in Netflix's 'Queen of Tears' K-Sélection
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Three important details you may have missed in Netflix's 'Queen of Tears'

Episode 11 of “Queen of Tears” was full of subtle details imagined by the screenwriter. A clue to a tragic ending was suggested by a song.

Hae In's hallucination

Three important details you may have missed in Netflix's 'Queen of Tears' K-Sélection
Three important details you may have missed in Netflix's 'Queen of Tears' K-Sélection

From the opening scene of the episode, after Hae In (Kim Ji Won) told the whole truth at the press conference, she had hallucinations. But unlike previous times where her hallucinations were dark and cold, this time Hae In found herself in the middle of a beautiful lavender field under the warm rays of the sun.

Lavender is also known as the herb of love, it symbolizes lasting and faithful love, which, despite many difficulties and trials, remains unshakable. Not to mention, lavender seems to be Hae In's favorite flower, because during her honeymoon in Germany, she also took photos with a lavender field.

It appears that after revealing the truth about her illness and officially resuming her almost broken relationship with Hyun Woo (Kim Soo Hyun), Hae In seems to have somewhat moved away from the negative feelings she was experiencing. The hallucination that tormented her was no longer dark and cold.

The song “Oh My Darling, Clementine”

Three important details you may have missed in Netflix's 'Queen of Tears' K-Sélection

One of the scenes that moved the audience to tears was when Hae In's father stood in the elevator, stunned after learning of his daughter's illness. In this scene, the background music used is the song "Oh My Darling, Clementine", a children's song.

This song was originally about a father whose daughter had died. The use of this song combined with the memories of Hae In's father and the cramped space of the elevator makes the audience's hearts feel suffocated. The public also feared that this song was a foreshadowing of Hae In's tragic end.

The mention of Hyun Woo's left hand

Three important details you may have missed in Netflix's 'Queen of Tears' K-Sélection

The last scene of the episode where Hae In accidentally mistakes Eun Sung for Hyun Woo is the best scene of episode 11. The audience realizes that the screenwriter gave a hint about this mistake from the middle of episode 11. By example, Hyun Woo is naturally left-handed while Eun Sung is right-handed. In this scene, Hyun Woo (actually Eun Sung) uses his right hand to put his arm around Hae In's shoulder.

Previously, in the middle of episode 11, in the scene where Hyun Woo and Hae In were happy together, Hae In asked Hyun Woo: “What is the left hand for? ". A seemingly innocuous line, aimed at getting Hyun Woo to hug her, emphasizing for the audience that Hyun Woo is left-handed and that the person who appeared at the end of episode 11 was not Hyun Woo.

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rudy

hello the scene in the lavender field reminds me of the scene in gladiator I love this series it annoys me to wait a week each time

to your bet

With the tumor it's hard to believe that she's not going to die a big miracle so I really like this series but having to wait a week each time it annoys me

Annyeonghanguk

No I don't want to believe it!! I want a happy ending! They deserve it after everything they've been through!! For me, the lavender field wants to show Hae-In's near recovery, that things are improving, that we are coming out of the darkness to reach the light. Some will think I'm in denial, but I want to believe it until episode 16!!

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