The world of Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce), the latest Korean drama that takes a deep dive into the complexities of domestic life. From young couples dealing with the struggles of parenthood to older couples navigating infidelity and separation, this drama covers it all. Get ready to be captivated by the relatable and heart-wrenching storylines that will have you on the edge of your seat. So grab a box of tissues, and let’s dive into the world of Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce).
Meet the Young Couple: Pan Se-hyeon and Boo Hye-ryung
Pan Se-hyeon (Sung Hoon) and Boo Hye-ryung (Lee Ga-ryeong) are the epitome of a young couple in love. They’re around 30 years old, and their marriage is as sweet as corn kernels. But their honeymoon phase may be coming to an end as Se-hyeon starts to experience trouble sleeping and talks about wanting to start a family. Hye-ryung, on the other hand, wants to maintain a balance between her work and personal life and had promised not to have children before they got married. Will this young couple be able to find a way to reconcile their differences and save their marriage?
Marriage Divorce The Middle-Aged Couple: Lee Si-eun and Park Hae-ryun
Lee Si-eun (Jeon Soo-kyeong) and Park Hae-ryun (Jeon No-min) are the middle-aged couple that everyone wishes to be like. They met in high school and have been together ever since. Si-eun is a selfless person who spends more time taking care of her husband and children than herself. Hae-ryun, on the other hand, is a successful professor thanks to his wife’s support. But their seemingly perfect marriage is put to the test when another woman enters Hae-ryun’s life and the couple starts to discuss the decision to separate. Will this middle-aged couple be able to overcome their challenges and save their marriage?
The Older Couple: Sa Pi-young and Shin Yoo-shin
Sa Pi-young (Park Joo-mi) and Shin Yoo-shin (Lee Tae-kon) are the older couple that everyone wishes to be like. Pi-young is a radio program producer who is incredibly competent both at work and at home as a wife and mother. Yoo-shin, on the other hand, is a neuropsychiatric doctor who runs his own clinic and is a romantic figure who shows his love openly. But their relationship hits a rough patch when Pi-young has a rocky relationship with her mother and doesn’t want her to meet her children. Will this older couple be able to overcome their challenges and save their marriage?
Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) is a drama that will have you on the edge of your seat as you follow the stories of three couples navigating the complexities of domestic life. From young couples dealing with the struggles of parenthood to older couples navigating infidelity and separation, this drama covers it all. Don’t miss out on the relatable and heart-wrenching storylines, and be sure to tune in every Saturday and Sunday at 21.00 WIB starting January 23, 2021 on Netflix.