Kim Soo-Hyun & Kim Ji-Won sparkle in Queen of Tears

Embark on a whirlwind romance with Queen of Tears, Netflix’s crowning romantic comedy of 2024, premiering March 9. This series stars the magnetic duo of Kim Soo-Hyun (It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, My Love from the Star) and Kim Ji-Won (Descendants of the Sun, Lovestruck in the City, Fight for My Way). Park Ji-Eun, the celebrated writer of Crash Landing on You, also crafted the script.

Set in the cutthroat realm of corporate intrigue, Queen of Tears weaves a compelling tale of love, resilience, and evolution, positioning itself as the year’s must-see romance spectacle.

Power Dynamics and Romance

The character posters for Queen of Tears intriguingly reveal the dynamic between the two leads. The story revolves around power couple Baek Hyeon-U and Hong Hae-In, and their complex relationship. Hong Hae-In’s steadfast nature contrasts with Baek Hyeon-U’s skepticism, reflecting a nuanced portrayal of trust and power dynamics.

Kim Soo-Hyun & Kim Ji-Won in Queen of Tears

The series teases an engaging storyline, with a twist on the power dynamic between the male and female leads. The anticipated romantic synergy between Kim Soo-Hyun and Kim Ji-Won promises a compelling exploration of love and authority within a marriage, marking Queen of Tears as a series with a distinctive and attractive narrative.

Alpha team of amazing actors and hit-maker writer

Queen of Tears is poised for big fan love, thanks to the collaboration of industry titans. The drama is helmed by Jang Young-Woo and Kim Hee-Won of Vincenzo and Little Women fame. The script is also written by Park Ji-Eun, known for Crash Landing on You and My Love from the Star.

In addition, the presence of both Kim Soo-Hyun and Kim Ji-Won promise performances that resonate with viewers.

The must-watch rom-com of the year

The series promises a rollercoaster of emotions, perfectly captured in the teaser trailer. Kim Soo-Hyun poignantly asks, “Why are you so beautiful to me?” signaling a reawakening of love towards Kim Ji-Won. Their dynamic goes from deeply emotional to humorously combative, showcasing their journey from confrontation to rediscovery of love. Their story has both humorous and heartfelt moments, challenging the norms of traditional romantic narratives.

Queen of Tears redefines the love-hate relationship trope within the context of marriage, offering a fresh perspective on romance. This series explores love’s complexities, against the backdrop of high society and corporate intrigue.

Mark your calendars for an unforgettable experience, only on Netflix beginning March 9.

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