5 Thought-Provoking Reasons To Watch “Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce)”
The relevance and brave depiction of reality gravitate viewers towards dramas that circle around marriage. Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) is ready to satisfy the need for such storylines.
For generations, the construct of marriage, with the trials and tribulations that encompass it, is a popular, if not staple, theme in dramas. In one way or another, the daunting and unfair ordeals a married character has to go through pique the interest of viewers that they find themselves rooting for its triumph until the very end.
Proving that the conflicted stories about marriage never gets old are the impressive success of dramas such as The Penthouse: War In Life and The World Of The Married. And to satiate your need for such dark narratives, you may want to deep dive into the scandalous stories in Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce).
The series revolves around the lives of three married couples in their 30s, 40s, and 50s. The series depicts an array of marital troubles as the characters experience love, marriage, and divorce. And we’ll give you enough reasons to get hooked on this upcoming series.
1. Written By A Respected Writer Of Hit Dramas
Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) is penned by famous writer Phoebe Lim (also known as Im Sung Han) who has a slew of hits like Miss Mermaid, Dear Heaven, and New Tales of Gisaeng. Well known for her interesting plots with surprising twists, her dramas have received high ratings and much buzz. Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) marks her return in over five years, and there’s a lot of anticipation to see what stories she will present now.
2. Relatable Story For Couples In Their 30’s
Lawyer Pan Sa Hyeon (Sung Hoon) and radio DJ Boo Hye Ryung (Lee Ga Ryoung) are a married couple for three years. Both in their 30s, Hye Ryung wants to maintain a good work-life balance and both promised not to have any children as of yet. However, a huge surprise awaits them when someone gets pregnant, and it’s not Hye Ryung. What will be in store for this young couple?
3. Relatable Story For Couples In Their 40s
Doctor Shin Yu Sin (Lee Tae Gon) and radio program director Sa Pi Young (Park Joo Mi) are a couple in their 40s who seem to exemplify the ideal married couple. They strive for perfection in all areas of their lives. Yu Sin is very romantic and makes an effort to translate his affection for his wife into tangible means. On the other hand, Pi Young’s damaged relationship with her mother deters her to see her children. Will their marriage remain picture perfect?
4. Relatable Story For Couples In Their 50s
Professor Park Hae Ryun (Jeon No Nim) and radio scriptwriter Lee Si Eun (Jeon Soo Kyung) are a couple in their 50s. They are each other’s first loves who have met in high school. Si Eun is a selfless wife and mother who puts her family’s needs as her foremost priority before her own. Thanks to her hard work, Hae Ryu became a respectable professor. However, Si Eun is caught off guard with Hae Ryun’s sudden request for a divorce. Will the couple avoid dissolving their marriage?
5. Unpredictable Plot Twists
Each married couple appears to be happy at first. But circumstances force them to face betrayal and turmoil. Song Won (Lee Min Young), a woman who works as a Chinese translator, ends up getting involved with one of the married men. How she gets entangled ina scandalous situation is one of the highlights of the drama. And it’s worth finding out which married man she meets.
In addition, there’s a lot of though-provoking drama that extends to family members. Will the couples be able to maintain their happy marriages?
Don’t miss out on all of the juicy stories when Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) premieres on January 23. New episodes are added every Saturdays and Sundays, only on Netflix!
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