Goddess of Marriage is a drama about four women in different stages of marriage with different values and philosophies of love and conflicts finding the true meaning and the importance of marriage through the story.
Radio program writer Song Ji-Hye (Nam Sang-Mi) has a pure outlook, that could be construed naive, but also self-assertive. She dreams of having a soulmate, but worries about the difference between reality and an ideal love. She falls into a love triangle with two men.
- Drama: Goddess of Marriage (literal title)
- Revised romanization: Kyeolhonui Yeoshi
- Hangul: 결혼의 여신
- Director: Oh Jin-Seok
- Writer: Jo Jung-Sun
- Network: SBS
- Episodes: 36
- Release Date: June 29 – October 27, 2013
Song Ji Hye (Nam Sang Mi), a assertive radio writer, dreams of an ideal love but finds herself embroiled in a love triangle between two good men, architect Kim Hyun Woo (Lee Sang Woo) and prosecutor Kang Tae Wook (Kim Ji Hoon).
Hong Hye Jung (Lee Tae Ran) is a mother of two who used to work as a television announcer and is married to Tae Wook’s older brother (Kim Jung Tae) and must always maintain the refined appearances expected of a Cheongdam-dong daughter-in-law.
Song Ji Sun (Jo Min Soo) is Ji Hye’s older sister and is a supermom to three kids who rules over her meek husband, No Jang Soo (Kwon Hae Hyo).
Kwon Eun Hee (Jang Young Nam) also is a wife and mother who suddenly discovers that her husband, No Seung Soo (Jang Hyun Sung) is cheating on her.
How will these women behave in their respective predicaments?
- Goddess of Marriage takes over the SBS Saturday & Sunday 22:00 time slot previously occupied by “Secret of the Birth” and followed by “Three Times Married Woman” November, 2013.
Goddess of Marriage
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