POV DISCUSSION: Woman Who Married Thrice Episode 3 & 4


Alright. I’m not yet 100% in love with this show yet – but I am 100% in love with Hyun Soo-Kwang Mo-Joo Ha relationship. It’s so adorable to see the rough/crude Hyun Soo who is so harsh with whatever she says – but the things she says is always right! Not to mention that it’s so obvious that she likes Kwang Mo. Kwang Mo is the idiot who doesn’t know a thing and is so foolish. Hahaha! But at least we know he loves her presence. It’s great that Joo Ha is not an evil 2nd female contender, because she’s great in her own ways. Who can we blame what the stupid one is Kwang Mo? Hahahaha!

I also love the fact that Hyun Soo’s relationship with Eun Soo is not that good. Hyun Soo blames Eun Soo for Seul Gi’s behaviour, and I believe she says all the right things.

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POV DISCUSSION: Woman Who Married Thrice (Review)


Alright 🙂 Finally managed to squeeze in Woman Who Married Thrice into my schedule. Sometimes I wonder, how I manage to watch so many dramas at one go, even with my busy work schedule.

I’m pleased to say that I’m liking this show – from the first two episodes. The plot sounds a little confusing, but the characters are a lot of fun. Let’s spilt this into two team. Team Lee Ji Ah and Team Uhm Ji Won. Uhm Ji Won is not exactly a supporting role, because she is one of the female leads as well.

Team Lee Ji Ah consist of Oh Eun Soo (Lee Jin Ah), Kim Joon Goo (Ha Suk Jin) and Jung Tae Won (Song Chang Ui). Eun Soo divorced Tae Won, and left her child with her parents when she remarried – with Kim Joon Goo. Her relationship with her child gets worse over the years as she didn’t keep her promise of visiting often or calling occasionally. Tae Won’s mother is trying to fix him up with Chae Rin, but Tae Won doesn’t seem too keen on the idea. Kim Joon Goo and Oh Eun Soo are sweet and happy together – but Kim Joon Goo and actress Da Mi has a weird relationship.

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