Grouchy as Bok-gil turns out on a day-to-day basis, she and Jong-hyun proportion an unbreakable bond. They discovered their way to every other for the duration of a in particular bleak moment in their lives—Bok-gil used to be a stray kitten living in a garbage dump, susceptible and unable to fend for herself because she changed into raised as a domestic pet, while Jong-hyun was reeling from the unexpected suicide of a close primecollege friend and crush, Jung Soo-in (Mamamoos Solar). The intensity of Bok-gil and Jong-hyuns dating is shown in plain but striking moments: a close-up on them taking a look at one another without a word, or a fit cut from teenage Jong-hyun lifting infant Bok-gil out of the unload to the prevailing Jong-hyun hugging Bok-gil after he left her alone at domestic on a stormy night.
Although Imaginary Cat hits the mark in the portrayal of Jong-hyun and Bok-gils relationship, it's miles unfortunately not without noticeable flaws. It forced in a superfluous love triangle between Jong-hyun, Na-woo, and Wan-lee (Choi Tae-hwan), Bok-gils veterinarian who occurs to be Na-woos friend from heart or high college (it wasnt made very clear). The affection triangle was not very important to the plot in any way, and on most sensible of this, it was slightlyadvanced because Wan-lee handiest had a minor role.
In fact, Imaginary Cat could have even done without the budding romance between Jong-hyun and Na-woo. Their relationship is meant to be a new starting for Jong-hyun, an indication that with Bok-gils help, he has completed closure relating to Soo-ins abrupt death.