When Will Love to Hate You Be Released on Netflix?

The new and highly anticipated series “Love to Hate You” delves into the intricate workings of a toxic relationship and all of its attendant complexities. The show delves very deeply into the psyches of its protagonists, exposing the raw feelings and lies at the heart of this unhealthy romantic relationship.

You will reevaluate what it means to love someone and the consequences of becoming obsessed with anything after seeing this series. Everyone who appreciates a decent drama with gloomy humour and dramatic emotional twists and turns should absolutely watch it. Having said that, the following information pertains to the upcoming series on Netflix.

When Will Love to Hate You Be Released on Netflix?

Love to Hate You is a completely original production by Netflix and was not licenced for foreign distribution by a cable television network in South Korea. This means that as soon as the series is released, all ten episodes will be immediately available to stream online.

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We are now able to announce that the first season of Love to Hate You will be available on Netflix on Friday, February 10th, 2023, as a result of the release of the official trailer for the show on Netflix.

Who Will Be the Cast Members in Love to Hate You?

The cast of Love to Hate You will include:

  • Kim Ok Bin as Yeo Mi Ran
  • Yoo Teo as Nam Kang Ho
  • Kim Ji Hoon as Do Won Joon
  • Go Won Hee as Shin Na Eun
  • Lee Joo Bin as Oh Se Na
  • Choi Yoon So, as Grace
  • Jung Kyu Soo as Yeo Jae Gook

In addition to these cast members, the series will also feature the following actors, albeit it is yet unknown what roles they will play:

  • Eugene
  • Lee Yoo Ri
  • Kim Sung Ryung
  • Kim Sung Ryung

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What Will Be the Storyline of the Series?

The story follows the two main characters, Yeo Mi-Ran and Nam Kang-ho, as they navigate the highs and lows of their destructive relationship throughout the course of the drama.

Mi-ran has never been one who enjoys being in second place, which is why she wants to be the best at whatever she does. On the other hand, Kang-ho is constantly under the impression that women have something to hide, which contributes to their tumultuous relationship.

The couple quickly figures out how to navigate their love despite the fact that they have contrasting personalities. The pair’s stance is highlighted by a range of emotions, including love, hatred, rage, and distrust.

As they continue to harm and betray one another during the course of the series, we see how their love for one another progressively transforms into loathing for one another. The programme is more than just a portrayal of an unhealthy relationship; it is also a reflection of the human mind and the lengths to which we are willing to go for love.

Love to Hate You: Trailer

The trailer shows Nam Kang-ho a fantastically talented artist. On the other hand, he cannot handle being around other women and has no plans to date other women in the near future. Yeo Mi-ran is a lawyer who works in the entertainment industry. She has not yet made any plans to deal with romance in the near future, possibly because it is impossible for her to compete with them passionately.

Mi-ran is not an exception to the rule that cis-straight men are digging themselves deeper and deeper into a hole with their troubles. She intends to go up against Kang-ho and put an end to his career by gathering dirt on him so that she may put him in his place. She concocts a scheme to entice him in order to worm her way into his life and get whatever vile secrets he must be keeping hidden.

Nevertheless, Kang- ho’s friend and assistant proposes that the two appear as though they are in a relationship for the next three months, going so far as to procure a fake relationship contract.

The conversation comes to a close with the two advising one another against falling in love with the other and becoming public with their relationship. After seeing themselves in images, fans of Kang-whole ho are inconsolable, and it does not appear that Mi-ran will be successful in her endeavours.

She has been told that things could grow worse, and that she could get hurt in the process. As the preview comes to a close, numerous intriguing questions are raised, such as why Kang-ho despises women to such an extreme degree. The following few frames show the protagonists exploring the possibilities of their fake relationship. Is this a response to a traumatic breakup that happened in the past? In what capacity will Mi-ran be involved in this relationship?