“Wedding Impossible,” starring Jun Jong-seo, Moon Sang-min, Kim Do-wan, and Bae Yoon-kyung, is here! Directed by Kwon Young-il, the rom-com series centers around an unknown actress getting into a fake marriage with her best friend and her future brother-in-law trying his best to block their union. There will definitely be lots of laughs and fun romance in store for viewers. Check out why you need to watch “Wedding Impossible” on Prime Video!

1. Rising actors

Jun Jong-seo, Moon Sang-min, Kim Do-wan, Bae Yoon-kyung
From left: Jun Jong-seo, Moon Sang-min, Kim Do-wan, and Bae Yoon-kyung Prime Video

The cast of “Wedding Impossible” is full of talented and rising actors. Jun Jong-seo made a splash with her debut role in the film “Burning” and won the Best New Performer Award from the Asian Film Critics Association Awards. She also won the Best Actress in Film Award at the 57th Baeksang Arts Awards for her role in “The Call.”

Similarly, Moon Sang-min (“Under the Queen’s Umbrella”) is a fellow winner. He received the Best New Actor in TV Award at the 59th Baeksang Arts Awards.

Meanwhile, Kim Do-wan (“Start-Up”) has steadily been building his career since 2017. Also, he’s a scene stealer to look out for.

Bae Yoon-kyung, for her part, first made her name known through dating reality series “Heart Signal.” She has also been noticed for many of her roles.

2. Interesting characters

Jun Jong-seo, Moon Sang-min, Kim Do-wan, Bae Yoon-kyung
From left: Jun Jong-seo, Moon Sang-min, Kim Do-wan, Bae Yoon-kyung Prime Video

Each of the main characters are unique and interesting. Jun Jong-seo described her character Na A-jung as “a great actress who hasn’t been able to meet the right project yet. She’s unknown but talented.”

Moon Sang-min talked about his character Lee Ji-han saying, “He is like a retriever [dog breed].” He has an ambition to make his older brother the successor of the family conglomerate.”

Kim Do-wan shared some hints about his character Lee Do-han saying, “A-jung is the only one who knows my character’s secret. She’s a very loyal and cool friend.”

Bae Yoon-kyung introduced her character Yoon Chae-won as someone who “is successful in everything except for romance. She was married but got divorced and is experiencing one-sided love.”

3. Rom-com with modern and traditional vibes

Moon Sang-min and Jun Jong-seo in “Wedding Impossible” on Prime Video
Moon Sang-min and Jun Jong-seo in “Wedding Impossible.” Prime Video

Whether you prefer traditional K-drama tropes or more modern storylines, “Wedding Impossible” is a win-win because it blends traditional rom-com feels with more modern and unique K-drama flavors. 

There’ll be some moments that will remind you of scenes from classic K-drama rom-coms from the 2000s, but the story won’t feel outdated and will be relatable to modern-day issues. For example, while it’s typical for the mother-in-law to be the one opposed to a union, in this case it’s the brother-in-law who tries to sabotage their nuptials.

Kwon Young-il commented, “The relationship between the two is unique, so I think the series will be a different type of rom-com.” 

While various differences will set “Wedding Impossible” apart from other rom-coms, there will be some traditional rom-com moments to look forward to as well. Jun Jong-seo added, “There are a lot of genre romances these days. I think this one will give off a scent reminiscent of traditional dramas from the past.” 

4. Great chemistry

Moon Sang-min, Jun Jong-seo, Bae Yoon-kyung, Kim Do-wan
From left: Moon Sang-min, Jun Jong-seo, Bae Yoon-kyung, Kim Do-wan tvN/Prime Video

When there’s great chemistry among the cast off-screen, that truly translates on-screen. Viewers can look forward to the actors’ close relationships portrayed through the series as well as behind-the-scenes. 

“It was so much fun and I was so happy,” shared Jun Jong-seo. “I think everyone will be able to pick our set as the best and happiest set they’ve worked on. Even now, we contact each other daily even when we’re not talking about work. We’ve become so close and I think the drama will show this,” she added. 

Bae Yoon-kyung also talked about previously working with director Kwon Young-il on the series “My Unfamiliar Family” and how nice it was to work together again. 

5. Fun and healing

Jun Jong-seo and Moon Sang-min in “Wedding Impossible” on Prime Video
Jun Jong-seo and Moon Sang-min Prime Video

In addition to the fun aspects of the series, there is a healing message that will resonate with audiences. Kwon Young-il commented, “We live our lives by sometimes lying, controlling our facial expressions, and hiding our emotions. Each of the characters, due to their own reasons, live their lives while acting to a certain extent. These characters meet each other, communicate, and start to find themselves in the process.”

Jun Jong-seo added, “I think these are all characters you can see around you in your daily life. I think as you watch the drama, you will cheer on each of the characters. It’s a fun and healing drama. Our chemistry is entertaining too.” 

Don’t miss out on all of the fun! Be sure to watch “Wedding Impossible” on Prime Video! New episodes will be released weekly, every Monday and Tuesday.

“Wedding Impossible” joins thousands of other shows and films available on the Prime Video catalog, including Korean titles such as “Marry My Husband,” “Death’s Game,” “My Man is Cupid,” “BTS: Yet to Come,” “The Kidnapping Day,” “The Killing Vote,” “Tale of The Nine Tailed 1938,” and “Jinny’s Kitchen.” Prime Video is available in the Philippines for just P149 per month.

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