This article is a preview for Welcome to Wedding Hell season 1, episodes 10, 11, and 12, and may contain spoilers for previous episodes.
Having fallen into a repetitive structure, Welcome to Wedding Hell managed to bow out this week by suggesting a slightly more complex drama to come. But will it be too little too late? We’ll have to wait and see, but in the meantime here’s where things currently stand, as per my three latest recaps:
Episode 7: Meanwhile, in “Error”, everyone is still smarting from the total cost of Jun-hyeong’s family’s wedding gifts. Hui-seon ran the numbers. Na-eun is trying to compensate with a luxury watch, even though the specific model she’s looking for isn’t even in stock. There are some crossed wires here. Jun-hyeong realizes she’s trying to do something special for him, so tries to help by securing a different model from the same brand, which only makes Na-eun miserable. He hasn’t yet learned the most important lesson of marriage – happy wife, happy life.
Episode 8: Finally, there’s some acknowledgment from Jun-hyeong that this cycle of arguments, lack of communication, and reconciliation isn’t really fixing any of the issues. It prompts him to put a bit more effort and sincerity into his apologies, and to consider more carefully how difficult marriage is. That’s a start, I suppose, but I still don’t have much hope for the future of these two.
Episode 9: Most petty disputes are pretty easy to resolve, but only if one side is willing to talk to the other. Someone has to make the first move, swallow their pride, and apologize, and if we’ve learned one thing throughout this first season of Welcome to Wedding Hell, it’s that Na-eun and Jun-hyeong are absolutely terrible at these things.
Welcome to Wedding Hell season 1, episodes 10, 11 & 12 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 10 is slated to air on Monday, June 13, with Welcome to Wedding Hell episodes 11 and 12 airing on June 14 and June 15, 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.