An entertainment reporter for a local magazine, Fang Miao Miao (Mabel Yuan) is always on the lookout for the next big story. Catching Hallyu superstar Hoo Joon (Chanyeol) in the middle of a clandestine meeting with a popular idol, Ai Lin (Seohyun), Miao Miao wastes no time in capturing the meeting on her phone. There’s just one problem, Hoo Joon catches her in the act and destroys the evidence before she can cause any damage. Outraged by Miao Miao’s attack on their star, Hoo Joon’s management set out to destroy the reporter’s career. A job they do only too well. Now unemployed, Miao Miao vows revenge on Hoo Joon by becoming his worst nightmare: an anti-fan. Determined to ruin him in any way possible, she resorts to picketing and petty crime but all her efforts succeed in doing is landing him and herself on a new reality show. Forced to take the job out of desperation, Miao Miao is determined to use this opportunity to ruin Hoo Joon once and for all. But even the best of Miao Miao’s well-laid plans come to naught. As the two sworn enemies spend more time in each other’s company, they find their initial impressions were very wrong and slowly, their feelings towards each other begin to change. But can hatred really turn to love? Based on the manhwa, “So I Married An Anti-fan” by Jiwan, “So I Married My Anti-Fan” Is a 2016 romantic comedy film directed by Kim Jae Young.