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6 K-dramas About Cheating and Infidelity

When it comes to drama, one of the juiciest plot will always be about a tragic love story. Hence, we’ve collected six of the most intense k-dramas about cheating, infidelity and affairs that will certainly make your blood boil.

Cheating and having illicit affairs are something intolerable. It is damaging and scandalous not only to Koreans, but for people in general.

However, keep in mind that in this world of reality, the most hurtful things may come from someone we love the most.

The World of the Married, 2020

Undeniably a global hit, The World of the Married took every viewers into a roller coaster of emotion.

Ji Sun Woo (Kim Hee Ae) is a doctor, living happily with her husband and son – not until Tae Oh (Park Hae Joon) decides to form a romantic relationship with a much younger lady, Yeo Da Kyung (Han So Hee).

With multiple lives ruined forever, how will Dr. Ji overcome the heartbreak and anger? This drama got the whole world shook with its dose of revenge and betrayal, packed in each episode.

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Temptation Of Wife, 2008

Probably one of the most iconic dramas that paved way for more daring and controversial contents today.

An unexpected pregnancy led to Goo Eun Jae (Jang Seo Hee) to marry Jung Gyo Bin (Byun Woo Min). Sadly, it led to a not-so happy marriage and a tragic miscarriage.

Things started to heat up when Eun Jae’s best friend, Shin Ae Ri (Kim Seo Hyung) returns from France and flirted with Gyo Bin.

Being mad crazy over Aeri, Gyo Bin decided to get rid of Eun Jae by killing her.

My Wife’s Having an Affair this Week, 2016

The tables were turned, and it’s far from the Song Ji Hyo we know.

My Wife’s Having an Affair this Week is a remake from a Japanese drama with the same title. It is combines romance, melodrama and a flair of comedy.

After being married for eight years, Do Hyun-woo (Lee Sung Kyun) was devastated after finding out that his wife,  Jung Soo Yeon (Song Ji Hyo) is cheating on him.

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VIP, 2019

VIP unveils the chaos behind every broken marriage – and the greed we never knew we had.

Na Jung Sun (Jang Nara) is a successful career woman. She is working with her husband, Park Sung Joon (Lee Sang Yoon) within the same company.

Jung Sun then painfully discovers that her husband has been fooling around with one of her team mate.

Watch how a mother dealth with the hardships and consequences of cheating and greed.

Secret Love Affair, 2014

Secret love affair tells the story of a 40-year old woman  Oh Hye Won (Kim Hee Ae), and a 20-year old pianist,  Lee Sun-Jae (Yoo Ah In).

Seeing Sun Jae’s potential in music, Hye Won desperately enrolls him to classes under husband. Along with music, their relationship blossomed into a much more deeper attraction, leading them to defy all odds.

Sky Castle, 2019

Women living in luxury with miserable twists and turns.

While not focusing on cheating and infidelities per se, Sky Castle conveys a lot more complications brought about by broken families and dark desires.

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Marriage, falling in love, and keeping a family takes a lot of strength and courage.

Although tragic, these dramas open up new outlook and insights when handing relationships.

What’s your favorite drama with the same, intense storyline? Comment down below mga bes!

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