The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract is a Korean drama that aired on MBC. It starred Lee Se Young, Bae In Hyuk, Joo Hyun Young, and Yoo Sun Ho. It is now available to watch on Viki. Here is the review of this show.
Just finished watching “The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract,” and I had a lot of different feelings about it. We are immediately drawn into the drama by the intriguing time travel parts and the strong female lead. Lee Se Young and Bae In Hyuk, the main couple, have obvious chemistry, which keeps me interested in how their relationship changes.
But the drama loses some of its original spark as it goes on. The story in the present seemed to take over the story in the past, and I wasn’t sure how the two eras were connected. I wished they had paid more attention to the time-travel part and made the story flow better.
The supporting characters were fun at times, but they didn’t really feel like they had anything to do with the major story. It was nice that characters like Tae Min’s mom had a lot of depth, but some plot twists, especially those involving the grandfather, seemed a bit excessive.
On the plus side, the drama does a great job with the comedy and romance elements. The main couple’s relationship grows at a good pace, and the funny parts add much-needed lightness. The music goes well with the intense beats and adds another level to the experience of watching.
The story is also different from other time-travel shows because it has its own unique take on the genre. The cast delivers strong performances across the board, making the characters feel relatable. The fantasy aspects make it more interesting, but the way they were put together could have been better.
I can see why some people would enjoy it, even though it has some flaws. You can enjoy a variety of genres, including romance, comedy, and fantasy. I think it’s a fun and light drama to watch, but don’t expect all the loose ends to be nicely tied up.
This review has been written by a guest author and reflects her views and opinion.
The Story of Park's Marriage Contract
Entertaining mix of romance and comedy with standout performances; a must-watch for fans of time-travel dramas.