Welcome to Wedding Hell Episode 3 Recap: Let’s Talk Money

Welcome to Wedding Hell (Marriage White Paper/결혼백서) is a Korean romantic drama TV series that focuses on the craziness that is marriage. Starring Lee Jin-uk, Lee Yeon-hee, and Song Jin-woo, alongside other cast members, the series has 12 episodes and Welcome to Wedding Hell episode 3 is titled Drag Bunt and has a runtime of around 36 minutes.

Netflix describes the series as:

A MARRIAGE PROPOSAL IS SUPPOSED TO BE A HAPPY ENDING. BUT FOR ONE COUPLE, IT BECOMES THE BEGINNING OF AN UPHILL STRUGGLE OVER WEDDING PREPARATIONS.

– Welcome to Wedding Hell episode 3 recap contains spoilers –

Welcome to Wedding Hell episode 3 starts with Jun-hyeong’s friend going on a tangent about drag bunts. Meanwhile, Na-eun’s colleagues get to know about her upcoming nuptials and ask her a series of questions regarding where they will be staying and whether Jun-hyeong has any savings or not since it’ll be better to buy the place with their savings. Na-eun, unfortunately, has no idea about what everyone else is talking about. 

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When her friends get to know that, they immediately start berating her for not having any idea about how to go about the wedding and buying the house. She meets Jun-hyeong that night and wonders how to bring up the topic. Awkwardly, she mentions how she has a lot of money saved and a confused Jun-hyeong asks her whether she is bragging.

At the shopping centre, the pair browse through things to buy for their wedding and Na-eun just cannot bring herself to ask him about his financial situation. However, since she is unable to ask him these important questions, she is also unable to really commit to the shopping. When she mentions that they should compare prices before buying anything, he tells her to just buy whatever she likes since this is a once-in-a-lifetime event. 

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Shockingly, Jun-hyeong tells Na-eun that they should not have a budget since that would put a limit on what they can or cannot do, turning the process stressful. This is the first time the pair has come across a topic that they have disagreed on, where Na-eun, without any idea about her to-be husband’s financial situation, wants to have a great wedding economically and Jun-hyeong wants to do whatever they both want, without stressing about the money.

Once the trip is over, and both have come back without buying anything, Jun-hyeong wonders why Na-eun was being so cagey about everything. His supervisor tells him that the change has come across because they have decided to get married and things have changed between them. For some reason, all the men start to tell him how he should keep a hold on his finances and authorisation certificates as if their wives are all out to get them.

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Everyone fills his head with absolute garbage about how Na-eun will control his life if he gives up control of his stuff. While going back home, he thinks back to his interaction with Na-eun and wonders what will happen if one of them has control of their finances. Meanwhile, Na-eun wonders whether she should approach the subject after they get married, much to her friend’s chagrin.

That night, they finally talk about their finances and seeing Jun-hyeong’s keen interest, Na-eun suggests that he take care of their finances. However, with his friends’ thoughts in mind, he says that they should rather take care of their finances separately since it can give rise to arguments later on. They both tell their respective friends about the outcome of the discussion and the awkwardness is rife in the air.

At home, she discusses being petty and keeping things to herself and her mother gives the best advice – she must discuss these things with Jun-hyeong, Otherwise, he will never know what she is thinking. Meanwhile, Jun-hyeong’s time with his colleagues turns sour when they keep mentioning that Na-eun will become crazy about money after marriage. He rushes off to meet her after realising that he has treated her unfairly.

He calls her to tell her that he’s going to her place but is surprised to hear that she is outside his place. He hugs her when he meets her, realising that she would never treat her unfairly and neither would he. They finally sit down to have a discussion and Jun-hyeong apologises for listening to his colleagues and making a decision without even talking to her. 

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However. Na-eun tells him that his original idea was pretty good. Since they have very different views regarding their finances, they should keep their finances separate so that they don’t fight later on. She also finally asks him how much he has saved up so that they can have an idea about the wedding and everything that comes with it. Jun-hyeong agrees and promises to tell her by next week.

Jun-hyeong, in the meantime, brings up that it’s surprising that she couldn’t bring up these things to him even though they are getting married soon. She mentions that it’s because she wants to word her thoughts carefully before saying anything. Jun-hyeong, however, assures her that she can tell him anything and that he would feel worse if she were suffering alone.

Although things get solved after that, Na-eun suddenly sees Jun-hyeong’s credit card statement and it shows that his due amount is 33,355,790 won. Of course, she is very taken aback!

Welcome to Wedding Hell Episode 3 Review

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I am constantly fascinated about how much Na-eun and Jun-hyeong are clueless about how marriage works or have no idea about how much they can spend on it. Although quite a heartwarming episode that ends on a cliffhanger, I am fascinated about the couple’s colleagues are just out to get them and make them go against each other. It’s something that I have seen mainstream media do – projecting marriage as this thing that ruins men’s lives. It’s actually quite pathetic. Either way, Jun-hyeong and Na-eun’s relationship, albeit naive, is without malice and makes for great entertainment.

Welcome to Wedding Hell is streaming on Netflix.

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Welcome to Wedding Hell Episode 3 proves to be another entertaining albeit somewhat annoying episode that will definitely put a smile on your face.

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Welcome to Wedding Hell Episode 3 Recap: Let's Talk MoneyWelcome to Wedding Hell Episode 3 proves to be another entertaining albeit somewhat annoying episode that will definitely put a smile on your face.