Surely A Happy Ending is a story about realizing what you think is happening may not be what is actually going on. A story about a second chance at love.
|Alt Titles||반드시 해피엔딩, Happy Ending In Need|
|Creators||Mondstar [Bulsa, 불사], Peulada (Authors)|
|Adapted||Novel, I think|
|Genre||Drama, Mature Warning: Gore/blood, Mental / Physical Abuse, Reversal of Time, Romance, Slice of Life,|
Surely A Happy Ending Summary
Yeon-Woo’s husband dies the day they end their sham marriage. Yeon-Woo, who is swept in sorrow, is given a chance to return 100 days back in time!
As she struggles to prevent the death of her husband Seon-Jae, their ‘real’ marriage has only just begun.
This is the story of a late budding romance, faced with danger and a life at stake.
“This time, I will make sure we have a happy ending!”MU
The story is starts off quite interesting, with the first few chapters establishing protagonist Yeon-Woo and her husband, Seon-Jae’s relationship.
Needless to say, it seems cold and not loving at all. They’re strangers living in the same house, maintaining a façade of being in love. However, is everything fake and not actually real?
After 2 years of marriage, the two agree to divorce which prompts her husband to behave strangely. Maybe he actually falls in love with Yeon-Woo or maybe he loves her from before the marriage.
However, the divorce goes through and the ex-husband ends up dying. In quite a gruesome way, which is honestly quite shocking.
There’s a lot of blood, which is probably quite realistic for the situation.
When some time passes, our protagonist wakes up and we’re back to the start of the manhwa. She keeps her memories of the past and is trying to start a good relationship with her husband.
The art is absolutely gorgeous, too. It’s from no other than Jaerim, whom also did the art for “So I Married An Anti-Fan“.
Recommendation: I really like the art and the story. Time reversals are always interesting, so if you have the chance, you better read this!