As the eldest daughter of a wealthy family, Han Yi Joo (Jung Yoo Min) should have grown up wanting for nothing. Unfortunately for Yi Joo, that simply wasn’t the case. Raised with the knowledge that she was never loved by either her parents or her younger sister, Han Yoo Ra (Jin Ji Hee), Yi Joo spent her formative years isolated from her family. Now an adult, Yi Joo finds joy in her work as a painter, but in all other aspects, her life is much the same as it’s always been. Married to a man who does not love her, Yi Joo has simply moved from one house without love into another. Even so, she is devastated when she learns that her husband is desperately in love with her younger sister. Willing to give just about anything to change her fate, Yi Joo might have taken action but a tragic accident cuts all her hopes for a better future short. Or does it? Waking from that fatal accident, Yi Joo finds herself transported back in time. Seeing this strange occurrence as a chance to change her fate and take revenge on her family, Yi Joo immediately gets to work. Teaming up with Seo Do Guk (Sung Hoon), the heir to a vast fortune, will Yi Joo find a way to make for herself the life she’s always wanted? Adapted from the webtoon “The Essence of a Perfect Marriage” written by Young and Lee Beom Bae and illustrated by Je Ri Bol, “Perfect Marriage Revenge” is a 2023 South Korean drama directed by Oh Sang Won.