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Netflix drops trailer for romantic K-drama series ‘Welcome To Wedding Hell’ featuring Lee Jin-wook

  • Netflix has dropped a new trailer for the upcoming 12-episode romantic K-drama series “Welcome To Wedding Hell” on Sunday.

  • Featuring Lee Jin-wook of “Bulgasal: Immortal Souls” and Lee Yeon-hee of “East of Eden,” the upcoming show follows a couple who begin to face problems as they plan for their wedding and future life together.

  • The first episode of “Welcome To Wedding Hell” will be released on May 23 on Netflix and the South Korean streaming service platform KakaoTV.

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A trailer for the upcoming romantic K-drama series “Welcome To Wedding Hell” has been released by Netflix. 

The 12-episode series features Lee Jin-wook of “Bulgasal: Immortal Souls” as Seo Joon-hyung and Lee Yeon-hee of “East of Eden” as Kim Na-eun. The two play a couple who begin to face several problems in their relationship as they prepare for their wedding and future life together.

In the 40-second trailer, Kim Na-eun can be seen feeling frustrated when her boyfriend Seo Joon-hyung expresses discomfort at the topic of marriage. During a dinner date, she begins to ponder whether he is deliberately avoiding talking about the subject and abruptly leaves.

South Korean streaming service KakaoTV will release the series’ first episode on May 23 through its own platform as well as on Netflix. New episodes will be released on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of each week following the premiere date with an average runtime of 30 minutes per episode. 

 

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