The airing period of So I Married An Anti-Fan drama started from April 30, 2021, until previous June 19, 2021.
Actually, this drama is an adaptation of a novel written by Kim Eun Jung, Geuraeseo Naneun Antipaengwa Gyeolhonhaedda.
The script reading process made its place in previous August 2018.
So I Married An Anti-Fan is starred by Choi Tae Joon, Sooyoung, Hwang Chan Sung, and also Han Ji An.
Previously, Choi Tae Joon had starred in Suspicious Partner (2017) and The Undateables (2018).
Sooyoung also once become the main actress for several K-dramas, such as Man in the Kitchen (2017), Tell Me What You Saw (2020), and Run On (2020).
Meanwhile, Hwang Chan Suk once starred in Romance Written Differently (2018).
So I Married An Anti-Fan was aired every Friday and Saturday at 18:00 KST on different networks, Naver TV, iQIYI, and Viki.
- Title: So I Married an Anti-Fan / 그래서 나는 안티팬과 결혼했다
- Also Known As: No One’s Life is Easy / Geuraeseo Naneun Antipaengwa Gyeolhonhaedda
- Genre: Romantic Comedy
- Country: South Korea
- Director: Kang Cheol Woo
- Producer: Keum Kyung Ok, Kang Sung Wook
- Screenwriter: Kim Eun Jung (novel), Nam Ji Yeon, Kim Eun Jung
- Production Companies: Godin Media, Warner Bros Television
- Network: Naver TV, iQIYI, Viki, Amazon Prime, Viki, vLive
- Episodes: 32 (30 min. episodes) / 16 (1 hour episodes)
- Air Dates: April 30, 2021 – June 19, 2021
- Air Time: Friday and Saturday, 18:00 KST
Synopsis of So I Married an Anti-Fan
A top superstar called Who Joon (Choi Tae Joon) lives his daily life with a lot of love from his beloved fans and supporters.
On the other side, there is a magazine reporter who wants to be successful in her career. That reporter is Geun Young (Sooyoung).
One day, they get involved with each other because of an accident, where Geun Young hit Who Joon with her shoes in a ceremony.
After this, Geun Young loses her own job as a reporter. She feels that this is because of Who Joon, so she starts to confront Who Joon’s management every day.
Because Who Joon has a lot of supportive fans, Geun Young’s behaviour leads to her new label as ‘Who Joon’s anti-fan’.
After becoming popular as an anti-fan of Who Joon, a production director offers him to be one of the participants in a reality show that has a concept about the living of a top star and an anti-fan.
Because Geun Young struggles financially, she accepts the offer. Accidentally, that reality show also contains Who Joon. The fight between them then starts.
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Choi Taejoon as Who Joon
The top superstar in South Korea. He is handsome, talented, and has a cold appearance. Even so, he has really a soft heart.
Choi Sooyoung Lee Geun Young
A magazine reporter who wants to get to the top of her career. After becoming the anti-fan of Who Joon, her career path is ruined and she has to join a reality show to afford her life.
Hwang Chan Sung as JJ/Choi Jae Joon
A CEO of entertainment management. He is rich and popular and also a close friend of Who Joon.
Han Ji An as Oh In Hyung
The next superstar and Who Joon’s ex-girlfriend.
Shooting Star Entertainment
- Kim Min Kyo as CEO Bae Young Suk
- Kim Sun Hyuk as Manager Seo Ji Hyang
- Ji Ho Sung as Kang Ji Hyuk
- Lee Ha Eum as staff
- Kim Min Kyu as Ko Soo Hwan
- Yoo Seo Jin as Cha Moon Hee
- Oh Chang Kyung as executive
- Jang Woo Yeon as staff
Lee Geun Young’s Group
- Kim Ha Kyung as Shin Mi Jung
- Baek Seung Heon as Shin Hyuk
- Kim Hyung Min as Chef Roy Ahn
- Sung Hoon as Choi Jae Joon’s brother
- Park Hyun Woo as manager
- Park Tae Sun as Tae San
- Gu Da Yeon as Choi Jae Joon’s secretary
So I Married An Anti-Fan Staff
- Dong Hyun Bae as Director Han Jae Won
- Lim Do Yoon as Screenwriter No Do Yoon
- Lee Hyun Ji as Na Ra
- Kim No Jin as Kang Yeon
- Jung In Tae as assistant director
Godin Broadcasting Corporation
- Jung Ji Ho as Director Lee
- Jeon Hun Tae as chief producer
- Song Hoon as Director Song
- Park Sung Il as Reporter Choi Hee Gun
- Jo Jae Ryong as Editor Kang Gyung Soo
- Choi Da Young as Kim Young Mi
Lee Geun Young’s Family
- Yoon Bok In as Jang Hwa Jung
- Park Chul Min as Lee Joo Il
Who Joon’s Family
- Lee Kan Hee as Who Joon’s mother
- Kim Jung Chul as Who Joon (child)
- Danny Ahn as music producer
- Song Chae Yoon as Cha Yu Ri
- Jung Han Bin as Choi Jae Joon’s troubleshooter
- Park Dong Bin as Attorney Cho Hae Yoon
- Shin Dong Ryuk as Director Choi Hwa Jin
- Jeon Yeo Jin as Director Choi Hwa Jin’s colleague
- Lim Ji Min as flight attendant
- Kim Min Kyung as airplane passenger
- Yoo Seung Mok as advertiser executive
- Bae Ki Bum as graduation ring man
- Min Do Hee as award presenter
- Alberto Mondi as Benedict
- Lee Si Young as reporter
- Ok Joo Ri as sauna woman
- Song Ji Eun as flight attendant
- Park Sang Hwi as director
- Kim Bang Sun as pharmacist
- Park Sin Un as attorney
- Song Chang Kyu as janitor
- Koo Ja Keon as waiting in line guy
- Lee Do Ah as Stage of Rejoice moderator
- Park No Shik as Lee Joo Il’s friend
- Yoo In Suk as Lee Joo Il’s friend
- Jang Hae Song as music producer
- Hong Ye Ji as reporter
- Min Dae Sik as doctor
- Son Kyoung Won as movie producer
- Uhm Yoon Jung as reporter
- Ha Si Yeon as nurse
- Kang Min Wook as reporter
- Jeon So Min as Kim Da Hyeon
- Kim Ho Chang as Do Yeong
- Kim Yoon Joo as audition judge
- Park Mi Ri as reporter 2
OST (Original Soundtrack)
- Pop Star – Youngjae (GOT7)
- Bittersweet – Choi Taejoon
- When U Blow – Kwon Min Je
- It’s You – Moon Kim
- As Good As It Gets – Lee Shin Sung
- Can You Hear Me – Kim On Yoo
- The Spring Days – Kim On Yoo
- Starlight – Romin
- Inner Child – Chae Myung Joo