Prime Video recently announced that the K-drama series “Marry My Husband,” a tvN and Amazon Original produced by Studio Dragon, a subsidiary of CJ ENM, will be available on Prime Video in the Philippines and more than 240 countries and territories worldwide, excluding South Korea and China, starting Monday, January 1, 2024. Episodes will be released weekly every Monday and Tuesday.

“Marry My Husband,” based on a web novel, tells the revenge story of a terminally ill woman who witnesses her husband and best friend having an affair. Renowned rom-com queen Park Min-young, who recently delighted in “Love in Contract” — which is also available on Prime Video in Southeast Asia — portrays betrayed protagonist Kang Ji-won. Following the discovery of her best friend Jung Su-min (Song Ha-yoon) and husband Park Min-hwan (Lee Yi-kyung)’s illicit affair, Min-hwan kills Ji-won. In a twist of events, Ji-won travels back 10 years into the past and plans to reset her destiny with her colleague Yoo Ji-hyuk (Na In-woo).

Kang Ji-won is an average woman who endures daily struggles in her home and work life. Taking care of her incompetent husband while being berated by her in-laws, she has lived sacrificially, only to have her kindness taken advantage of. Her husband, who is her only family, and her sole friend prove to be unfaithful. In addition to this devastating revelation, Ji-won also has to battle cancer. 

Fortunately, Ji-won gets a second chance in life and is determined to pass on her unfortunate fate to the two betrayers. Be sure to tune in for the juicy revenge and sweet romance when “Marry My Husband” launches on Prime Video on January 1. 

“Marry My Husband” joins thousands of other shows and films available on the Prime Video catalog. Korean titles on Prime Video include “My Man is Cupid,” “BTS: Yet to Come,” “The Kidnapping Day,” “The Killing Vote,” “HeartBeat,” “Lies Hidden in My Garden,” “Tale of The Nine Tailed 1938,” and “Jinny’s Kitchen.”

Also on Prime Video are Philippine titles such as “Linlang,” “In My Mother’s Skin,” “Takeshi’s Castle,” “Simula sa Gitna,” “Comedy Island Philippines,” “Rookie,” “Ten Little Mistresses,” “Cattleya Killer,” and “Fit Check: Confessions of an Ukay Queen.”

Prime Video also offers anime hits such as “Rurouni Kenshin,” on top of award-winning and critically acclaimed Amazon Originals like “Gen V,” “Citadel,” “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power,” “The Boys,” “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan,” and Emmy and Golden Globe winners  “Fleabag” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” 

Prime Video members are able to watch films and shows anywhere and anytime on hundreds of compatible devices. In the Prime Video app, members can also download episodes on their mobile devices and tablets and watch anywhere offline at no additional cost. Prime Video is available in the Philippines for just P149 per month.

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