|Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce)|
|Literal meaning||Marriage Lyrics and Divorce Music|
|Revised Romanization||Gyeolhonjaksa Ihonjakgok|
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||48|
|Running time||66–80 minutes|
|Original network||TV Chosun|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Audio format||Dolby Digital|
|Original release||January 23, 2021 –|
May 1, 2022
Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) (Korean : 결혼작사 이혼작곡) is a South Korean television series starring Sung Hoon, Lee Tae-gon, Park Joo-mi, Lee Ga-ryeong, Lee Min-young, Jeon Soo-kyeong and Jeon No-min.  The first season aired on TV Chosun from January 23 to March 14, 2021, on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:00 (KST). This drama is available for worldwide streaming on Netflix.  
The second season was aired on TV Chosun from June 12 to August 8, 2021, on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:00 (KST). It is available for streaming on Netflix.  The second season finale episode reached a nationwide rating of 16.582%, making it the eleventh highest-rated drama in Korean cable television history. 
The third season was aired on TV Chosun from February 16 to May 1, 2022. The last episode of this season recorded 10.39% nationwide viewership, which was its best for the season.  It is available for streaming on Netflix.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||Time slot||Avg. viewership|
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||16||January 23, 2021||March 14, 2021||Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 (KST)||1.614|
|2||16||June 12, 2021 ||August 8, 2021||Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 KST||1.954|
|3||16||February 26, 2022 ||May 1, 2022||Saturday and Sunday at 21:00 KST||1.657|
The series tells the story of three married couples, each in their 30s, 40s and 50s.
Five years after announcing her retirement from the industry, television screenwriter Phoebe signed an exclusive management contract with Jidam Inc. in early August 2020 and stated that her next project would air in the first half of 2021. 
In Season 3, Lee Tae-gon and Sung Hoon are confirmed not to appear in this season.  The drama staff later said that the production of season 3 and actors Sung Hoon and Lee Tae-gon have not been confirmed and are in talks. 
On October 29, 2021, it was reported that Kang Shin-hyo will be playing the role of Pan Seo-hyun, the original role of Sung Hoon who withdrew.  And agency Ace Factory says it has received an offer and is considering it.  Later on October 30, 2021, it was reported that Kwon Hyuk-jong will join the cast as Shin Yu-shin, played by Lee Tae-gon, who withdrew. 
On January 25, 2022, the season 3 broadcast is confirmed to air on February 26, 2022.  On March 18, 2022, it was reported that actor Kang Shin-hyo was confirmed with COVID-19, having been diagnosed on the 17th, performed a rapid antigen test and the result was positive and will leave the containment area on March 23. 
On April 14, 2022, it was confirmed that Actress Song Ji In was diagnosed with coronavirus 19 on April 13 and is currently undergoing treatment. 
|1.||"Love Again"||Choi Byeong-chang, J-Season||Byeongchang Choi, Hyunjun Kim, J-Season||Hong Ji-yoon||3:49|
|2.||"Love Again" (Inst.)||3:49|
A 6.9% viewership rating was recorded nationwide for the series premiere, making it the current highest-rated drama of TV Chosun,  surpassing Queen: Love and War ,  Kingmaker: The Change of Destiny ,  and Grand Prince . 
The eighth episode logged a nationwide average viewership of 9.656%, making it the thirty third highest-rated drama in Korean cable television history.
According to Nielsen Korea, the final episode of the second season aired on August 8, 2021, scored an average nationwide rating of 16.582%, which is the highest rating in two seasons, breaking its own record for the highest viewership ratings achieved by any drama in TV Chosun history. The second season became the eighth highest-rated drama in Korean cable television history.  
According to viewer ratings research firm Nielsen Korea, 32nd episode aired on May 1, recorded 10.395% nationwide viewership. It was the highest viewership ratings for season 3. 
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|Average TV viewership ratings (season 1)|
|Ep.||Part||Original broadcast date||Average audience share|
(Nielsen Korea)  
|1||1||January 23, 2021||5.708%(4th)||5.295%(3rd)|
|2||6.864% (2nd)||6.771% (1st)|
|2||1||January 24, 2021||5.838% (4th)||5.782% (4th)|
|2||7.178% (2nd)||7.095% (1st)|
|3||1||January 30, 2021||7.257% (3rd)||6.900% (2nd)|
|2||8.899% (1st)||8.719% (1st)|
|4||1||January 31, 2021||6.417% (3rd)||6.564% (2nd)|
|2||7.582% (1st)||7.756% (1st)|
|5||1||February 6, 2021||7.869% (2nd)||8.393% (2nd)|
|2||9.062% (1st)||9.813% (1st)|
|6||1||February 7, 2021||5.849% (4th)||6.366% (4th)|
|2||8.138% (1st)||8.348% (1st)|
|7||1||February 13, 2021||7.521% (3rd)||8.529% (2nd)|
|2||8.034% (1st)||8.705% (1st)|
|8||1||February 14, 2021||8.171% (3rd)||8.719% (2nd)|
|9||1||February 20, 2021||7.562% (2nd)||7.772% (2nd)|
|2||7.671% (1st)||7.868% (1st)|
|10||1||February 21, 2021||8.002% (2nd)||8.218% (2nd)|
|2||8.664% (1st)||8.475% (1st)|
|11||1||February 27, 2021||7.047% (2nd)||6.752% (2nd)|
|2||8.171% (1st)||8.073% (1st)|
|12||1||February 28, 2021||7.637% (2nd)||7.550% (2nd)|
|2||8.656% (1st)||8.487% (1st)|
|13||1||March 6, 2021||6.516% (3rd)||6.527% (2nd)|
|2||8.288% (1st)||8.271% (1st)|
|14||1||March 7, 2021||7.573% (2nd)||7.654% (2nd)|
|2||8.328% (1st)||8.365% (1st)|
|15||1||March 13, 2021||5.708%(3rd)||5.380% (3rd)|
|2||8.434% (1st)||8.486% (1st)|
|16||1||March 14, 2021||7.130% (2nd)||7.763% (2nd)|
|2||8.751% (1st)||8.979% (1st)|
|Average TV viewership ratings (season 2)|
|Ep.||Part||Original broadcast date||Average audience share|
Nielsen Korea  
|1||1||June 12, 2021||4.277%(6th)||3.887%(8th)|
|2||4.903% (5th)||4.971% (3rd)|
|2||1||June 13, 2021||4.409% (5th)||4.532% (5th)|
|2||5.079% (3rd)||4.996% (4th)|
|3||1||June 19, 2021||5.415% (4th)||5.225% (4th)|
|2||6.093% (3rd)||5.887% (2nd)|
|4||1||June 20, 2021||5.893% (4th)||5.964% (3rd)|
|2||6.219% (2nd)||6.279% (2nd)|
|5||1||June 26, 2021||5.017% (4th)||5.468% (4th)|
|2||6.418% (2nd)||6.681% (2nd)|
|6||1||June 27, 2021||6.525% (3rd)||6.640% (3rd)|
|2||6.967% (2nd)||6.966% (2nd)|
|7||1||July 3, 2021||7.760% (3rd)||7.771% (3rd)|
|8||1||July 4, 2021||8.796%(3rd)||8.855%(3rd)|
|2||9.334% (2nd)||9.473% (1st)|
|9||1||July 10, 2021||8.634% (2nd)||8.609% (2nd)|
|2||11.275% (1st)||11.096% (1st)|
|10||1||July 11, 2021||9.339% (2nd)||9.244% (2nd)|
|2||11.898% (1st)||11.463% (1st)|
|11||1||July 17, 2021||10.555% (2nd)||10.659% (2nd)|
|2||13.086% (1st)||13.044% (1st)|
|12||1||July 18, 2021||10.688% (2nd)||10.698% (2nd)|
|2||12.538% (1st)||12.325% (1st)|
|13||1||July 24, 2021 [lower-alpha 1]||10.487% (2nd)||10.334% (2nd)|
|2||13.222% (1st)||13.032% (1st)|
|14||1||August 1, 2021||10.107% (2nd)||10.705% (2nd)|
|2||12.617% (1st)||13.307% (1st)|
|15||1||August 7, 2021||12.178% (2nd)||12.824% (2nd)|
|2||14.811% (1st)||15.407% (1st)|
|16||1||August 8, 2021||13.792% (2nd)||13.934% (2nd)|
|Average TV viewership ratings (season 3)|
|Ep.||Part||Original broadcast date||Average audience share|
Nielsen Korea  
|1||1||February 26, 2022||5.240% (4th)||5.204% (4th)|
|2||6.293% (1st)||5.899% (2nd)|
|2||1||February 27, 2022||5.772% (3rd)||5.541% (3rd)|
|2||6.733% (2nd)||6.418% (2nd)|
|3||1||March 5, 2022||3.674% (7th)||3.763% (6th)|
|2||7.150% (1st)||7.008% (2nd)|
|4||1||March 6, 2022||4.533% (4th)||4.659% (4th)|
|2||7.501% (2nd)||7.757% (2nd)|
|5||1||March 12, 2022||4.327% (4th)||4.600% (4th)|
|2||7.812% (1st)||8.041% (1st)|
|6||1||March 13, 2022||5.526% (3rd)||5.368% (4th)|
|2||7.880% (1st)||7.794% (2nd)|
|7||1||March 19, 2022||4.503% (3rd)||4.853% (3rd)|
|2||8.444% (1st)||9.182% (1st)|
|8||1||March 20, 2022||5.575% (3rd)||5.412% (3rd)|
|2||8.468% (1st)||8.168% (2nd)|
|9||1||March 26, 2022||5.525% (3rd)||5.575% (3rd)|
|2||9.159% (1st)||9.463% (1st)|
|10||1||April 2, 2022 [lower-alpha 2]||4.360% (4th)||4.520% (3rd)|
|2||8.572% (1st)||8.496% (1st)|
|11||1||April 9, 2022 [lower-alpha 3]||7.244% (2nd)||8.026% (2nd)|
|2||8.985% (1st)||9.614% (1st)|
|12||1||April 16, 2022||7.167% (2nd)||8.033% (2nd)|
|2||8.372% (1st)||9.360% (1st)|
|13||1||April 23, 2022||7.521% (2nd)||8.158% (2nd)|
|2||8.929% (1st)||9.479% (1st)|
|14||1||April 24, 2022||6.276% (2nd)||6.509% (2nd)|
|2||7.501% (1st)||7.336% (1st)|
|15||1||April 30, 2022||7.598% (2nd)||7.773% (2nd)|
|2||8.949% (1st)||9.229% (1st)|
|16||1||May 1, 2022||9.147% (2nd)||8.900% (2nd)|
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2nd (TV CHOSUN) 주말미니시리즈(결혼작사이혼작곡) 6.864%
1st (TV CHOSUN) TVCHOSUN특별기획드라마(간택여인들의전쟁) 6.348%
1st (TV CHOSUN) 특별기획드라마(바람과구름과비) 6.327%
2nd (TV조선) 특별기획드라마(대군사랑을그리다) 5.627%
1st (TV CHOSUN) 주말미니시리즈(결혼작사이혼작곡2) 16.582%