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No, Thank You Season 2 (2022) Review

Review

Kakao TV’s original ‘No, Thank You’ has been recognized as a ‘well-made mid-form’ with excellent workmanship through various awards ceremonies. Not only does it lead to communication and change between families and generations, but it also contains a solid story with a fast-paced development, and is also recognized for the perfection of the work. Thanks to this, Kakao Entertainment announced that it will start planning and production of Season 2 of ‘No, Thank You’.

Kakao Entertainment announced that ‘No, Thank You’ has been nominated for this year’s Seoul Drama Awards in the short form category after winning the Excellence Award at this year’s Korea Communications Commission’s Broadcasting Awards. Park Ha-sun, who took on the role of ‘Minsa Rin’ and made her K-daughters-in-law laugh and cry by realistically capturing her rookie daughter-in-law’s entry into the sea world, was nominated for the Best Actress Award at the Seoul Drama Awards.

“No, Thank You” (directed by Lee Kwang-young, written by Lee Yoo-jung), which depicts the ‘sea world attack diary’ of an ordinary daughter-in-law in these days, is based on the popular webtoon of the same name by writer Shin Ji-ji. It was praised for opening a new horizon for a well-made mid-form drama that went one step further from the original by adding the story development, delicate directing, and the actors’ unique performances. It realistically depicts the process of a new couple becoming a family through conflict and reconciliation in the married world, creating a topic of discussion, creating sympathy for all generations, including Korean sons, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law, and single men and women. It helped to look at the married world from the perspective of various people who might exist in reality, and it also served as an opportunity to communicate and share ideas between men and women of all ages.

In recognition of these achievements, ‘No, Thank You’ was awarded the Excellence Award in the Web and App Contents category at this year’s Broadcasting Awards by the Korea Communications Commission. The Korea Communications Commission’s Broadcasting Awards is an awards ceremony held annually by the Korea Communications Commission to inspire broadcasters’ creative will and improve the quality of broadcast programs. This is the first division newly established this year to reflect this. Moreover, as the national evaluation team was also operated at this awards ceremony, and viewers’ evaluations were also reflected in the screening, it is very meaningful that the award received warm sympathy and response from real viewers as well as experts.

Director Lee Kwang-young, who directed ‘No, Thank You’, said, “It’s a work that means a lot to me. It was like my story, and many people sympathized with me. Thank you for giving me such a great award.” In addition, Park Ha-sun, who played the role of ‘Min Sa-rin’, the daughter-in-law of the very ordinary these days, said, “I have also been through the days of daughter-in-law. When I showed myself, it seems that many people sympathized with me and liked me. It is an honor to acknowledge and recognize good works.” Kwon Yul, who realistically portrayed the role of ‘Mu Gu-yeong’, a novice husband who struggles between his wife and mother, said, “I hope this drama will become a place for more communication between generations, and I think it was. Since you can continue to watch ‘My Daughter’, I ask for more interest, love, and re-watching in the future.”

Kakao Entertainment said, “‘My Little Girl’ is a film that realistically depicts the chaotic marriage life of a new couple unfolding in the sea world with the efforts of a great director and actors, and delivers a variety of messages for understanding and communication between families. I got an explosive sympathy.” He said, “I sincerely thank the viewers who showed a lot of interest and love in Season 1, and I ask for your interest and anticipation for Season 2.”

Profile

  • Drama: No, Thank You Season 2
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  • Native Title: 며느라기 시즌2
  • Also Known As: No, Thank You 2, The In-Laws Season 2, The In-Laws 2, Myeoneulagi Sijeun 2, Myeoneulagi 2
  • Director: Lee Kwang Young
  • Genres: Comedy, Romance, Life, Drama
  • Country: South Korea
  • Episodes: 12
  • Airs: Jan 8, 2022 – Mar 26, 2022
  • Airs On: Saturday
  • Original Network: Daum Kakao TV
  • Duration: 20 min.
  • Content Rating: 15+ – Teens 15 or older

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