In the latest episode of the captivating time-travel and romance drama, Marry My Husband, BTS’ chart-topping hits, Dynamite and Spring Day, take center stage, creating an unexpected turn in the lives of Park Min Young and Na In Woo’s characters.
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Released on January 16, 2024, episode 6 unveiled a humorous and viral moment as Kang Ji Won (Park Min Young) and Yoo Ji Hyuk (Na In Woo) found themselves in a unique discussion about BTS songs. The scene became an instant sensation on social media.
In a delightful exchange, Ji Hyuk walks up to Ji Won enjoying BTS’ No More Dream, leading to a revelation of their time-travel predicament. The characters, originally from 2023, discuss their favorite BTS songs—Ji Won loving Dynamite and Ji Hyuk favoring Spring Day. The twist hits them when they realize the songs were released in 2020 and 2017, respectively, exposing their inadvertent time-travel from 2023 to 2013.
Not bts being mentioned in the kdrama “marry my husband”. They realized they traveled back in 2013 time using bts discography as reference, in fact they talked about ‘spring day’ & ‘dynamite’ which were not released but instead bts just debuted with no more dream like 😭😭 pic.twitter.com/udmGJ4c5e1
— Carolyne🌱⁷⁼¹ (@mhereonlyforbts) January 16, 2024
With Dynamite and Spring Day playing in the background, the drama humorously unfolds the characters’ realization that they are stuck in July 10, 2023. This sets the stage for future episodes, teasing the audience with the unfolding plot twists and revelations between the leads.
The crossover moment quickly went viral, with fans describing it as a delightful “multiverse” encounter. Speculation is rife among fans that the screenwriter of “Marry My Husband” is likely a devoted ARMY, given the detailed incorporation of BTS elements into the plot.
THE SCREAM I SCREAMT jiwon & jihyuk realizing they’re both from the future bcs of their fave BTS songs IT WAS SO UNSERIOUS BUT ICONIC OF THEM 🤣🤣🤣 also the pacing of this drama is JUST *CHEF’S KISS* 😫💯#MarryMyHusband #MarryMyHusbandEp6 pic.twitter.com/iB8AemHFqQ
— ⛅️ (@kdramatreasure) January 16, 2024
The scene adds an interesting layer to Kang Ji Won’s character, portraying her as a strong protagonist with an impeccable musical taste. Social media is buzzing with discussions, and fans are eagerly anticipating the next developments in this unique K-drama storyline.
“Marry My Husband,” adapted from a well-received web novel, weaves a gripping tale of revenge and second chances, where Kang Ji Won seeks retribution after being transported back in time following a tragic twist of fate. The drama promises more surprises and twists, keeping viewers hooked on the unfolding narrative.