LOOK BACK: W – Two Worlds Apart

LOOK BACK: W – Two Worlds Apart

Have a look back at the scenes of this gripping Korean drama!

Image credit:  iMBC

Image credit: iMBC

The Rundown

  • W – Two Worlds Apart (or 더블유) is a 2016 Korean drama series by MBC.

  • The show has sixteen (16) episodes in total and stars Lee Jong Suk, Han Hyo Joo, and Kim Eui Seong.

  • This Korean drama is perfect if you’re looking for a fantasy show to binge on.

  • You’ll be amazed by its ending.

  • W – Two Worlds Apart (or 더블유) is currently available for streaming on Netflix.

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W – Two Worlds Apart

Image credit:  iMBC

Image credit: iMBC

If you just finished W and are looking for some support mechanism to help you cope with the post-K-drama feels, you’ve come to the right place. WTwo Worlds Apart was just intense that having it end was like Kang Chul just shot us with his career-defining pistol.

Image credit:  iMBC

Image credit: iMBC

It’ll probably take some time before the story leaves our system, so why not make the most of our time with the characters? Let’s go and have a quick look back at the best episodes from this thriller K-Drama that stars no less than Lee Jong Suk and Han Hyo Joo:

Ep. 2: W – Two Worlds Apart

Remember when Lee Jong Suk’s character Kang Chul picks up Han Hyo Joo’s character Oh Yeon Joo (months) after receiving treatment for his deep cuts?

How about that scene when Oh Yeon Joo slaps and kisses Kang Chul’s lips? 😲

Ep. 3: W – Two Worlds Apart

Here’s Lee Jong Suk looking good in white.

Here’s Lee Jong Suk looking good in black. 😉

And here’s how Lee Jong Suk looks like in Oh Seong Moo’s W webtoon! 😉

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Yep, I’m done with my point.

Ep. 5: W – Two Worlds Apart

When Kang Chul realizes that he’s nothing but a webtoon character. 😭

Lee Jong Suk in W — Two Worlds Apart. Image credit:  iMBC

Lee Jong Suk in W — Two Worlds Apart. Image credit: iMBC

Ep. 6: W – Two Worlds Apart

When Yeon Joo refuses to let Kang Chul perish in limbo.

Ep. 7: W – Two Worlds Apart

When Kang Chul gives Yeon Joo options as to how they’d want their romance to play out. ❤

Yeon Joo just wants to be with Kang Chul (and do hundreds of things that most couples do!)

Here’s the lovebirds wanting to make and have dinner together. Image credit:  iMBC

Here’s the lovebirds wanting to make and have dinner together. Image credit: iMBC

Ep. 9: W – Two Worlds Apart

When your love forgets who you are.

Ep. 10: W – Two Worlds Apart

When lovers become strangers.

When the hero Kang Chul becomes the killer in W.

Yeon Joo stealing a kiss again! 😂

Ep. 13: W – Two Worlds Apart

What a girl like Yeon Joo really wants.

When you meet your man-crush. 🤣

When Oh Yeon Joo got shot in W — Two Worlds Apart.

Ep. 14: W – Two Worlds Apart

When Kang Chul gets beaten up. 😠

Han Chul Ho does not deserve to be president! Image credit:  iMBC

Han Chul Ho does not deserve to be president! Image credit: iMBC

Ep. 16: W – Two Worlds Apart

When Lee Jong Suk and Han Hyo Joo’s characters meet the most tragic ending — death in front of a loved one. 😢

When Yeon Joo gets deep into her depression following Kang Chul’s last scene in W. (Just like us, after watching W — Two Worlds Apart.)

Hang in there, Oh Yeon Joo! Image credit:  iMBC

Hang in there, Oh Yeon Joo! Image credit: iMBC

Oh, my heart. 😭


W — Two Worlds Apart: Synopsis

Here’s the synopsis of W — Two Worlds Apart, as taken from Netflix:

After being pulled into the webtoon world created by her father, a surgical resident gets entangled in a murder mystery involving the story's hero

You can watch (or re-watch!) this Korean drama on Netflix here.


TWEET TWEET

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Memorable Quote from W — Two Worlds Apart

Here’s a line from this Korean drama that touched us!

I’m someone who wishes for you to have a happy ending.
— Oh Yeon Joo to Kang Chul

W Korean Drama OST

Our favorite track from the Korean drama W — Two Worlds Apart:

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