Starring Park Min-young, Na In-woo, Lee Yi-kyung, and Song Ha-yoon's Korean drama is based on a webtoon or web novel and has aired a total of 8 episodes on Amazon Prime Video as of now.
K-drama ‘Marry My Husband’ is currently winning over hearts around the world because of shared interest in second life chances and the hatred towards the antagonists. Starring Park Min-young, Na In-woo, Lee Yi-kyung, and Song Ha-yoon, this Korean drama is based on a webtoon or web novel. It has aired a total of 8 episodes with each one unfolding a new twist and a multilayered storyline with an additional non-linear timeline.
The story delves into the revenge tale of the female lead Kang Ji-won, who is resurrected from death to life after witnessing an extramarital affair and given a second chance to flip the harsh reality of 2023 as she mysteriously travels to 2013 and turns everything so that her fate changes for better. Interestingly, it is not only one character living life twice, the male lead Yoo Ji-hyuk, is also trying to switch his tragic fate with a happy one as he helps exact revenge secretly.
What’s fascinating about this K-drama is that it chronicles the events of two timelines and makes one wonder how it would be if you could get a second chance. Will you fill in the voids of regrets and wrong moves for a happier future? The use of mysterious time travel without hinting at the ulterior motive maintains a balance of suspense with twisted fate.
Fans on social media like Instagram and X (formerly Twitter) sparked a debate about hot transformation from a nerdy lead to a suave manager. What made them connected on another level is the mention of iconic Korean Pop band BTS during a key scene in the drama series.
They also shared mini-clips from different scenes that won them over. Here are a few of the current reactions...
The villains, played by Lee Yi-kyung (husband Park Min-hwan) and Song Ha-yoon (childhood friend turned foe Jung Soo-min) are also uniting the OTT audience as they vibe on the shared love of hating both the characters. Each character is weighed in an ideal proportion of screen time that makes you fall in love with meticulous editing.
Check out some fans’ reactions as they excitedly wait for the upcoming episode 9 and 10 of the drama series.
Marry My Husband is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video