“Wedding Impossible,” a K-drama from tvN and Amazon, will be available on Prime Video in the Philippines starting February 26, the streaming platform said. Episodes will be released weekly every Monday and Tuesday.

“Wedding Impossible” tells the story of an unrenowned actress who is about to enter a fake marriage with her friend. However, her soon-to-be brother-in-law fiercely opposes her plan.

Jun Jong-seo — known for her roles in the 2023 Cannes International Series Festival winner “Bargain,” FIPRESCI International Critics’ Prize winner “Burning,” and 58th Baeksang Arts Awards nominee “Nothing Serious” — portrays little-known actress Na A-jung who agrees to act out a fake marriage with her best friend Lee Do-han (Kim Do-wan).

Lee Do-han has no ambitions. He is not concerned about being a chaebol heir. Despite that, he lands in a situation where he needs a fraudulent marriage. On the other hand, his younger brother Lee Ji-han (Moon Sang-min) lives ambitiously. The latter has been working diligently to make his brother the successor of the family’s conglomerate. Needless to say, the marriage thwarts Ji-han’s plans for his older brother, and he is desperate to prevent the wedding by all means possible.

It’s a battle between A-jung, whose mission is to get married while acting out the role of a lifetime, and Ji-han, who wants to prevent their marriage at all costs.

Kwon Young-il of “Doom at Your Service” and “My Unfamiliar Family” directed the K-drama “Wedding Impossible.”

Also on Prime Video

“Wedding Impossible” joins thousands of other shows and films available on the Prime Video catalog, including Korean titles such as “Death’s Game,” “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.”

Prime Video also offers anime hits like “Rurouni Kenshin.” Meanwhile, Prime Video showcases Philippine titles including “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.”

Its award-winning and critically acclaimed Amazon Originals such as “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 get 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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