Wednesday 3:30pm (K-drama)

This is a completed drama ❤️✔️

Clean and sweet romance ❤️✔️

10 episodes, 15-25 minutes each ❤️✔️

Friendship-to-love story ❤️✔️

Plot: Wednesday at 3:30pm is when women look most tired and old! (😝) Sun Eun-woo has just been dumped by her boyfriend, and that’s when Yoon Jae-won, her childhood friend, helps her by starting “the Wednesday 3:30pm project.”

Jae-won takes her on a series of lovely dates every Wednesday at 3:30pm. He takes photos of her looking happy and radiant, and Eun-woo posts them on her Instagram in hopes of winning her ex-boyfriend back.

looking pretty at 3:30 pm Wednesday

But the lovely dates make Jae-won and Eun-woo start to develop feelings for each other, more than the friendship they’ve shared since childhood 💕


But does Eun-woo love him or does she want her ex back?

Because this drama was only 15-25 minutes per episode, there weren’t any side-plots, but that didn’t keep me from enjoying the main plot 🙂 The side-characters add a nice touch, but nothing too deep.

It’s also hard to get into the soundtrack when the episodes aren’t very long, but the music was still pretty good. I definitely enjoyed it and will be looking for the OST.

Words I learned most in this K-soap:
수요일 = Wednesday
반지 = ring

Also, I was trying to write “I love dramas” from memory, but I think I missed something:

“You should probably not go to Korea yet,” said my husband x-D

Hey, mistakes are part of the learning process! 😉

안녕! Bye! Ciao!


Thanks for stopping by!


  1. A more natural way to say I love dramas might be 저는 드라마(를) 너무 좋아요.

    In spoken language a lot of people drop the subject / object markers 이/가 을/를.
    사랑하다 is for expressing affections towards people only. 👋

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    • Mmm I see. I’ll be careful about that. Thanks so much for your help. Any time you see errors, feel free to let me know! I’m at the stage of learning where I’m itching to make my own sentences, and sometimes it works… sometimes it fails hilariously 😆 But that’s how I learned English ~ by trying and trying 🙂

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  2. Perhaps you already know, but Talk To Me In Korean (YouTube and website) are a pretty good resource. Whenever they try to get creative, I find that their content gets kind of cringe / cheesy / too family friendly, just a little lame overall, not super fun, but they’re good for picking up the basics.

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