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So I Married An Anti-Fan

So I Married An Anti-Fan


The romance between top star Hoo Joon and his anti-fan reporter Lee Geun-young who end up living together.

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The 10 Best Episodes of So I Married An Anti-Fan

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E14

#1 - This Won't Be The End (Season 1 - Episode 14)

With their show ending, Geun-young and Who Joon navigate the new phase of their relationship only to be hit by two different scandals consecutively. The outcome has far-reaching effects that lead to tragedy and the end of relationships.

The episode was rated 8.36 from 14 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E10

#2 - When You Have Someone Else To Protect (Season 1 - Episode 10)

Who Joon finds out about Yu-ri and decides to go on a road trip with her and Geun-young. JJ and In-hyung's relationship gets more complicated after the interview with Who Joon.

The episode was rated 8.21 from 14 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E16

#3 - I'll Stand by You Until the End of Time (Season 1 - Episode 16)

In-hyung and JJ are recovering in the hospital after their and each reflects on their past relationships and mistakes. Geun-young and Who Joon focus on their careers and relationship, hoping to leave their problems behind.

The episode was rated 8.21 from 14 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E3

#4 - Reality, Something Between Somewhat and Somehow (Season 1 - Episode 3)

Geun-young and Who Joon do their first shoot together and things take a dramatic turn when they get into an accident. Who Joon and JJ get into an argument over In-hyung and Geun-young.

The episode was rated 8.17 from 18 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E9

#5 - The Two Just Can't Ever Get Close (Season 1 - Episode 9)

Who Joon tries to mend his relationship with Geun-young even though Geun-young misunderstands his motives. JJ continues to investigate Who Joon and runs into a clue accidentally given to him by Geun-young.

The episode was rated 8.13 from 15 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E12

#6 - Was It Twist of Fate That Brought Us Here? (Season 1 - Episode 12)

Who Joon and Geun-young grow closer and define their relationship though they are keeping it a secret. In-hyung starts to move on from JJ and realizes she has more people on her side than she thought.

The episode was rated 8.06 from 16 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E7

#7 - You Make Me Worry... (Season 1 - Episode 7)

After returning from Japan, Geun-young realizes that being on a reality show is hard work. Geun-young also starts to put together Who Joon and In-hyung's past relationship.

The episode was rated 8.00 from 16 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E2

#8 - Are You Brave Enough to Be Hated? (Season 1 - Episode 2)

Geun-young embraces her new anti-fan status but starts to regret being so easily recognized. Who Joon is irritated by Geun-young's antics and the inconvenience that she is causing him.

The episode was rated 7.95 from 20 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E6

#9 - If I Had Never Met You (Season 1 - Episode 6)

The reality show moves to Japan because Who Joon has a commercial shoot there. Who Joon and JJ both find out that In-hyung is to co-star in the commercial causing more friction between them that spills out and gets noticed by Geun-young.

The episode was rated 7.94 from 16 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E11

#10 - Sometimes You Have to Pick Your Side (Season 1 - Episode 11)

Who Joon rushes to the hospital with Geun-young to see In-hyung. Geun-young stays the night with In-hyung to make sure that she is recovering. Who Joon gets kidnapped by a fan, and Geun-young and Ji-hyang try to find him.

The episode was rated 7.94 from 16 votes.

So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E13
#11 - A Dangerous Invitation
Season 1 - Episode 13

While the rumors about Who Joon and In-hyung persist, JJ shares new information about Who Joon with Young-seok, hoping that Young-seok will come to his side. Who Joon and Geun-young go to the beach to shoot for their show.

The episode was rated from 14 votes.
So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E4
#12 - You and I... It's An Incident Or An Accident?
Season 1 - Episode 4

Geun-young makes a mistake on set and goes to find Who Joon to apologize only to see In-hyung again but still unable to see who she is. Who Joon tries to distance himself from JJ and In-hyung but somehow gets dragged back in.

The episode was rated from 18 votes.
So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E5
#13 - Where I Belong and Where I Donโ€™t
Season 1 - Episode 5

After meeting Roy and seeing her portrayal in the trailer of the show, Geun-young starts to look for a job second-guessing signing on to the show. Who Joon runs into JJ and the two end up getting into a physical fight.

The episode was rated from 17 votes.
So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E8
#14 - What Doesn't Fit You Always Becomes a Problem
Season 1 - Episode 8

Who Joon and Geun-young start to warm up to each other, but Who Joon's past complicates things. JJ's inability to let Who Joon go creates more problems for Who Joon.

The episode was rated from 17 votes.
So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E15
#15 - The Truth Untold
Season 1 - Episode 15

Overwhelmed with the fallout from his press conference, the accident, and trying to find his father, Who Joon decides to take a step back. Geun-young gives him space while trying to help him using the media.

The episode was rated from 15 votes.
So I Married An Anti-Fan - S1E1
#16 - How Could Anyone Be This Different from Me?
Season 1 - Episode 1

Kpop artist Who Joon comes back to Korea and almost immediately makes a bad impression on journalist Geun-young and her life.

The episode was rated from 19 votes.

Last updated: nov 16, 2022



It's been a few months since I enjoyed a drama as much as this one. The main couple is the main reason for that. They had such good chemistry and were so sweet. I'm a sucker for the "enemies to lovers" trope, which was executed so very smoothly. I also really liked the relationship between the producers for the variety show. Joon's manager, wardrobe lady and Geoun Young's parents were very likable characters, too. The parents had a few hilarious scenes, and it was cute how Ji Hyang was their first shipper. On the negative side, the second couple was so very toxic.[spoiler] Which was only made worse by the fact that they were two sides of the show's love triangle. It, perhaps, would have been better if JJ died. He was such a mean, manipulative and emotionally abusive character, and I don't think he deserved the weak attempt at a redemption arc they gave him. He was nowhere near damaged enough to justify him being that absolutely awful to other people. In Hyung was not much better. So pitiful for no apparent reason. She made her choices, picked her path and then refused to take responsibility for her own life. I don't really like "woe is me" characters who don't do anything to change their circumstances.[/spoiler] But, all in all, this show was extremely bingeable and so much fun! Would recommend.


> Cringe-worthy I am interested in all Idol/Actor bases dramas ; so there is no way I will make a pass on this even if this was produced 2 years back and the second lead(s) are horrible characters. There is nothing new in the story but I am surprised that I enjoyed it and was eagerly expecting an episode every weekend ; the bait was working unexpectedly. The cast was excellent they made us hate each of them but the characters were terrible which makes them humane with flaws. There are thousand times I wanted to strangle JJ/In-hyung through the screen but I could only skip their scenes. The ending is kinda unrealistic ; I could neither sympathize with JJ/In-hyung nor could accept that Who Joon [spoiler] was accepted back that easily by his fans no matter how good Geun-Young's manual of his was !!! [/spoiler] Overall its work a watch if you have enjoyed shows like Beauty Inside ,Oh! My Lady ,Find Me in Your Memory .


I really liked this show overall but it could have been shorter. They changed things from the webtoon but for the most part kept it the same except the endings. The endings for all the characters were changed and so was the relationship between In-hyung and Guen-young and I think that was a shame. This was an okay enemies to lovers show but I really can't understand why Guen-young would like Who Joon so quickly. I really thought he should have tried harder because he had caused her so many issues for her especially when they were at the event and she gets attacked by the fans. He just seems not to care. The relationship between In Hyung and JJ was also a mess. Both of them were just toxic and it didn't make sense to drag on that relationship.


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