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Watch: Lee Jin Wook and Lee Yeon Hee’s wedding planning is anything but smooth sailing in new drama poster and trailer

Lee Jin Wook and Lee Yeon Hee’s upcoming drama “Marriage White Paper” (literally translation) has released another version of their poster and a new trailer!

Cocoa TV’s original drama “Marriage White Paper” is a related romance starring Lee Jin Wook and Lee Yeon Hee as a couple in their thirties preparing for marriage. While they expected a happy ending as something out of an adventure, the reality of their preparations turns out to be somewhat different.

Last week, the drama unveiled a blissful romantic wedding poster of the couple. However, the production team also revealed that they would soon release a realistic version, in addition to this fantasy version.

The new realistic poster highlights the obstacles to wedding planning. Seo Joon Hyung (Lee Jin Wook) and Kim Na Eun (Lee Yeon Hee) seem serious and deep in thought while facing their long checklist for wedding planning. But not only are most of the boxes pristine, many of their checklist items are listed as “FAILED.” With so much to prepare for before their wedding, the caption reads: “Are marriages these days all like this?”

At the bottom of the previous poster was “The End of Suffering, the Beginning of Happiness.” In the second version, the poster reads instead: “The end of happiness, the beginning of suffering.”

In addition to the two posters, “Marriage White Paper” shared a main teaser for the drama! The clip captures the stark differences between the idealistic groom Joon Hyung, who thinks only of marriage in the form of love, and the realistic bride Na Eun, who believes that rational decisions are necessary for marriage. Their differences are evident in their wedding planning, as Joon Hyung shouts, “Since I only get married once, let’s make it as cool as possible!” On the other hand, Na Eun comments: “Wedding plans need to be made strategically within our budget.”

Although their differences were highlighted, the atmosphere between the two remained happy and romantic. However, it only lasts a moment when the spotlight suddenly goes out and the couple is left in the dark. As the cost of their wedding continues to rise, the two seem to start hitting their heads. Eventually, their smiles are gone as they comment: “Dating is fantasy, and marriage is realistic.”

The producers shared: “We planned the two wedding posters, ‘Fantasy White Paper’ and ‘Realistic White Paper’ to showcase the two sides of the marriage. Although it is a shiny, beautiful and happy event, there is also a naked reality in it. Through the newlyweds’ conflict over the marriage budget in the teaser clip, we captured the message that ‘Marriage White Paper’ wants to convey in an effective way, this realistic drama that everyone can nod to, regardless of age and gender, will find you on 23 We ask that you look forward to it and give us lots of attention. “

“Marriage White Paper” premieres on May 23 and airs in 12 episodes running for 30 minutes every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Start watching Lee Yeon Hee in “The Package” here:

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