This article is a preview for Welcome to Wedding Hell season 1, episodes 7, 8, and 9, and may contains spoilers for previous episodes.
This week’s triple-bill of k-drama goodness primarily concerned itself with money, as Jun-hyeong’s spending and his family’s well-to-do reputation caused problems and disagreements for our central couple. From my latest recaps:
Episode 4: Thus far, Welcome to Wedding Hell has been a pretty funny knockabout series helped along by its breezy episode runtimes – something that was basically mandatory given that Netflix decided to air three episodes a week. But when you stop to think about it, the problem with the show, really, is that there’s no way Na-eun and Jun-hyeong should be getting married. Like, at all. And while there’s still a very good chance that this is the conclusion the show itself will reach on its own, I am starting to worry a little that it might not.
Episode 5: Now seems as good a time as any to mention that I’ve never really believed in marriage. I’m not religious, so I don’t see it as a vital, sacred institution, and outside of a decent tax break, I’m just not sure I see the upside in all the hassle. If anything, Welcome to Wedding Hell, and “Relief Pitcher” in particular, is just making me feel as though I’ve been right all along.
Episode 6: Another day, another ordeal – and more money. Always more money. The thing about money is that those who have it tend to want other people to know they have it, hence Jun-hyeong’s concerns that his mother’s wedding gifts are deliberately flamboyant as a status symbol.
Welcome to Wedding Hell season 1, episodes 7, 8 & 9 release date
Unusually for Netflix’s weekly k-drama offerings, Welcome to Wedding Hell is airing three consecutive episodes a week, although admittedly they’re much shorter than usual. Welcome to Wedding Hell season 1, episode 7 is slated to air on Monday, June 6, with Welcome to Wedding Hell episodes 8 and 9 airing on June 7 and June 8, respectively.
Where to watch Welcome to Wedding Hell online
This show is exclusive to Netflix, and is available to watch on the platform with a subscription. As mentioned above, you can check out new episodes every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for the next three weeks.
What is Welcome to Wedding Hell about?
Seo Jun-Hyeong (Lee Jin-Wook) works for a large company. He is 36-years-old and single. His life goes smoothly, being happy and financially secure. His girlfriend is Kim Na-Eun (Lee Yeon-Hee). She is in her early 30’s. They have been in a romantic relationship for two years and they are about to marry. Kim Na-Eun is affectionate, bright, smart and a realist. She also works for a large company.
While Seo Jun-Hyeong and Kim Na-Eun prepare for their wedding and life as a married couple, they face many problems.