The Korean drama The World of the Married ends its last episode last May 16 and it left us with moral lessons to consider in our daily life. This top-rate Korean drama has been the talk of the town since the first pilot and its ratings roar to the highest till the last episode.
The story of the Korean drama The World of the Married (부부의 세계) is about a successful family doctor Sun Woo (Kim Hee-ae) who thinks she has everything. A happy family, a great career, and good friends. But one day, she found out that his husband Lee Tae-oh (Park Hae-joon) was cheating on her and her friends knew about it. Thinking about his son, she decided to forgive him but finding out that his husband took everything that she owns she made up her mind to divorce him.
6 Moral Lessons from The World of the Married
1. Mother’s love is priceless
From the drama, we have seen how lost Dr. Ji Sun Woo was when her son hates her and went to his father. She tried drowning herself thinking that it was only the way to end everything and let them all live happily. But when her son called and asked her if she can pick him up, she didn’t think twice but run to her son as fast as she can. This proves that the mother’s love is priceless.
She’ll protect and fight till the end for her kids. She’ll stay strong no matter how hard the situation is. She can do everything for the sake of her children. That’s why the mother’s love is unconditional and knows no bond.
2. You’ll know who your real friends are when times get really tough
We all know that all of us have different groups of friends but do you know that you’ll know who your real friends are when times get really tough?
In this drama, we’ve seen who’s been really there for Dr. Ji Sun Woo till the end. We got pissed off from the first few episodes when they didn’t tell her about her husband’s affair. But we saw how they cared and stayed for her till the end, especially Ye-rim.
The same goes for Joon Young, her friend Yoon No-eul was been there for him until the end despite the things he has done and how he treated her in the last few episodes.
3. Know when you need to stop and let go
Do you know the signs that tell when you need to stop and let go? Those times that you can’t trust him/her anymore. When you have to sacrifice your personal values and started to be someone else. When you’re trying to prove to others that it’s worth holding on when it’s really not.
I’m proud of Da Kyung when she made up her made to divorce and leave Tae Oh. It might be hard for her to let him go but it’s the best thing she has done in her life. She’s pretty and young and she still has plenty of time to fulfill her dream and live peacefully and happily.
4. Be strong and courageous
Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:9
Viewers like me have gone mad at Joon Young when it comes to his decisions. But my sentiments fall for him because we all know that once parents’ got separated the children are the most affected. He was lost, he felt so much pain and hatred. But I’m proud of him when he took the courage to tell what he really feels about everything and say sorry to her mom.
I also admire Dr. Ji Sun Woo for being strong and courageous after all that happened to her life and family. Especially when her son runs away and is nowhere to be found.
5. It’s okay to stay single
This drama also tells us that it’s okay to STAY single and there’s NOTHING WRONG to be single. Being single will give you a chance to build a better lifestyle and will give you more chances to value and love yourself.
6. Our choices and decisions are important
Now we have seen this drama we’ve also learned that we need to think about the actions and decisions that we need to do to avoid the consequences just like what happened to Tae Oh. He realizes and regrets everything after he lost those people who are precious to him.
The most precious person in the world is that person stands by your side.
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