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Trailer Released for The Story of Park’s Marriage Contract Episode 2 – A Time-Slip Romance!

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Lee Se-Young and Bae in-Hyuk Star in This Intriguing K-Drama

MBC has just released the trailer for The Story of Park's Marriage Contract Episode 2, and it's got fans buzzing with excitement. This time-slip romance stars Lee Se-Young and Bae in-Hyuk, and it's already proving to be a hit.

A Tale of Love, Time Travel, and Second Chances

The Story of Park's Marriage Contract follows Park Yeon-Woo (played by Lee Se-Young) from the Joseon era. On her wedding day, tragedy strikes when her husband Kang Tae-Ha (Bae in-Hyuk) dies of a heart condition. But that's not the end of her story.

As Yeon-Woo drowns in a well, a time travel portal opens, and she wakes up in the 21st century. And to her surprise, the person who saves her looks exactly like her late husband.

Trailer Teases Yeon-Woo's Struggle to Adapt to the Modern World

In the newly released trailer for Episode 2, we see Yeon-Woo trying to come to terms with her new reality. Waking up near a swimming pool, she is shocked to see her late husband standing before her. As she grapples with the idea that he is not really her husband, Yeon-Woo faces the challenges of adjusting to the modern world.

Meanwhile, Tae-Ha's family is putting pressure on him to get married. But they are in for a surprise when he announces his marriage to Yeon-Woo, who has entered into a marriage contract with him to help him out. The trailer ends with a glimpse of the two leads in wedding attire, leaving us eager for more.

Don't Miss Episode 2 on MBC and Viki

The Story of Park's Marriage Contract Episode 2 is set to air on Saturday, November 25, 2023, at 9.50 p.m. KST on MBC. If you can't catch it live, don't worry – the episode will be available to stream on Viki.

And if you haven't caught up on Episode 1 yet, now is the perfect time. In the first episode, we see the blossoming love between Yeon-Woo and Tae-Ha, only to have it shattered by tragedy. But the twist of time travel adds an intriguing element to the story, leaving viewers hooked.

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