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I don't believe in writing reviews before finishing a drama, but seeing as there are idiots rating 1 star after reading JUST the synopsis I felt I had to rate it, especially since I'm enjoying it as much as I am. For me it's what Perfect Wife should have been. You see actual motivation to cheat, and not for the reasons you'd suspect. You can feel how much the husband and wife love each other despite all they're going through and you can see the tragedy of them decieving each other to prevent them from hurting more. The wife seems irrational at times, but she has a tumor in her head and is suffering from the trauma of dying just like her mother who she watched die. I actually like her and all the characters in the show. It's brought up more serious issues and addressed them more sincerely than I've seen in other dramas. If you want a feel good drama with your Mary Sue and Marty Stues, who's biggest crises are getting an +A and confessing to their crushes, go watch your sappy happy drama highschool dramas and let your sunbaes enjoy a real melodrama about life and death.
The only part of this drama I really enjoyed was the two minute cameo of Yoon Sang Hyun dressed as Steve Jobs in one of the last episodes. I waited a long time for that scene.
After seeing many kdramas, I have a tendency to watch some with passivity, but this one kept me on my toes and made me feel the emotions of a mother experiencing infidelity in her marriage. Perfect Wife's imperfect characters are strangely endearing and its all star cast makes each scene feel real. The pacing of the plot is also great and keeps you wanting to watch it all in one sitting. I only wish there had been more!