Lee Sun Gyun can't catch a break in new teasers for My Wife's Having an Affair This Week
Have you ever had one of those days where it feels like the entire universe is conspiring against you? Well, Lee Sun Gyun (Miss Korea, Coffee Prince) can relate! In his upcoming drama My Wife's Having an Affair This Week, he discovers that his wife, played by Song Ji Hyo (Running Man, Emergency Couple), may be planning to cheat on him, and that's just the beginning of his troubles.
The new romantic comedy is about the often-hilarious situations that occur when the smallest thing makes people paranoid about their relationships. Do Hyun Woo (Lee Sun Kyun) is a producer who has been working in television for over 10 years, and believes he is immensely lucky to have both a successful career and happy marriage, until one day he finds a reservation for a hotel room on his wife’s phone, which leads him to believe his significant other (Song Ji Hyo) is about to have an affair.
Because he isn’t sure how to solve this problem, he wants to reach out for advice but also does not want to compromise his privacy. So, instead of openly sharing his problem with the world, Do Hyun Woo decides to join the online forum, 'Cheated Spouses Anonymous.' There, he speaks to several members who have experienced the betrayal of a loved one, while attempting to heal his own insecurity.
Will our Sherlock be able to solve this mystery of supposed infidelity, or will colluding with others that have been cheated on only intensify his paranoia?
Also known as “This Week, My Wife Will Have an Affair,” My Wife’s Having An Affair This Week is a remake of the 2007 Fuji TV Japanese drama Konshu Tsuma ga Uwaki Shimasu, which in turn was based on an actual news story about a man who took to forums with the question, “My wife is having an affair this week; what should I do?” The drama is directed by Kim Suk Yoon, who last helmed the dual hits from the Detective K series, Secret of the Lost Island and Secret of the Virtuous Widow. The drama is expected to run for 12 episodes and debuts in October 2016 on JTBC, where it will air every Friday and Saturday at 8:30PM, overtaking the time slot vacated by the finale of Fantastic.
My Wife's Having an Affair This Week is premiering on DramaFever in October after Fantastic. Add it to your queue now!