Today, Xenews will show Newlywed Diary
Review! Are you excited and expected to this interesting drama? Get ready with us!
An adorable reality type drama (similar to Roommate but with just two main real characters), running only six, hour-long episodes, Newlywed Diary (2017) presents an indoor peek at this young Korean stars’ newlywed life a year after their marriage in 2016. They bought a tiny low country home and settle certain the winter and Xmas 2017 while they’re both on drama breaks, and here we get to work out their daily lives together, and with their three adorable dogs and three adorable cats in tow. (I kept saying “Awww, they’re so cute, I would like them!”). Update 2019: it seems that married bliss was only temporary because the husband filed for divorce this year, and his wife accused him of cheating. Too bad. Sometimes I wonder why people even bother getting married anymore.
If you prefer Gu Hye Sun (Angel Eyes, Boys Over Flowers) and Ahn Jae Hyun (My Love From Another Star) then don’t miss it. They met while making a drama together in 2015 and it absolutely apparently loved the initially the site, which they discuss within the cute first episode.
We see them settling into their new home, organizing their stuff, getting their animals at home with their new home (it didn’t take long in any respect, they gave the impression to love it!), picking decor, giving one another gifts, and also the discussions of assorted chore allocations (who gets to try and do the bulk of the cooking perceived to be a continuous conversation), and trying to work out mundane things like how can we do banking out here within the middle of nowhere within the mountains with spotty internet and phone connections, who will take trips to the local markets in their one car to induce what they have, what is going to they are doing for entertainment besides taking long walks and talking, etc.
It’s obvious this is often a really frugal couple, as an example, they speak about only having 30 dollars allocated for food to induce at the market to last them several days’ time then they find themselves buying mostly vegetables. If you recognize anything about them you’ve probably heard that they donated all the cash they stored up for an elaborate wedding to charity instead and had a straightforward ceremony reception with just family and friends.
By the time this show is over you actually feel comfortable visiting them, they appear like just a traditional a day young marriage, not big TV stars in Korea. after they need to leave the house to travel back to Seoul and their acting jobs awaiting them you actually want you’re visiting have withdrawal pains and miss them, very a great deal. They show before and after images of the house while they were happy there so merge into the identical spots deserted some weeks later. It’s quite sad. A home needs a family.