The upcoming 12-episode series, starring Lee Jin-wook (Bulgasal: Immortal Souls) and Lee Yeon-hee (The Package), will follow a couple in their thirties as they prepare for their wedding day. As a loving, elderly couple passes her on the street, Kim Na-eun (played by Yeon-hee) muses, “What would it be like to get married?” Her friends begin to inquire if her lover Jun-hyeong (Jin-wook) has proposed, cautioning her not to be the first to bring up the subject of marriage in a relationship.
The teaser shows the couple’s romantic bond, yet Jun-hyeong looks to react uneasily anytime Na-eun brings up the subject of marriage. As she considers the next step in their relationship, she begins to worry whether he is hesitant to marry her. Song Je-young and Seo Joo-wan directed Welcome To Wedding Hell, which was written by Choi Yi-rang. The first episode will broadcast on May 23 on South Korean OTT platform KakaoTV, with additional episodes following on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. In some areas, it will also be available to view on Netflix.
In their 30s, Kim Na Eun and Seo Joon Hyung are planning their wedding. The reality of planning the big day shatters their hopes of a fairytale-like occasion. Before walking down the aisle, the couple has a long list of tasks to complete, including meeting both families, locating a marital home, and planning the big day.
As for other stories like Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area, a South Korean adaptation of Money Heist, will air on June 24. After five critically lauded seasons, the original Spanish series – also known as La Casa de Papel – aired its last season in December. In the same month, Netflix revealed that a spin-off series starring heist member Berlin will premiere in 2023.