A woman who cannot remember her dead husband and a husband who insists that he is her husband.
A riveting series of twists that will keep you hooked!
Whatever you anticipate may not be right until the final page!
On the day her husband, Jaewoo, is declared dead, Hyoshin is thrilled to receive the insurance money. However, her joy turns to shock when she hears the surprising news that Jaewoo is alive. Hyoshin finds it hard to believe, as she was the one who, in conspiracy with her lover Pilju, killed him and disposed of the body in a villa in Gapyeong. The man found in the Cheongsong nursing home can’t be Jaewoo. However, everyone, including her mother-in-law and the police, recognizes him as Jaewoo. When she brings him home, the man, claiming memory loss, attempts to mend their relationship. Strangely, Hyoshin feels a magnetic attraction to him. “I can’t trust this man, but I’m strangely drawn to him.” And so begins their uneasy cohabitation…
Hyoshin tries to unravel the mysteries surrounding Jaewoo, while Jaewoo seeks to uncover the truth about Hyoshin. Who will reach the truth first?
Jugeun Nampyeoni Dorawatda (My Dead Husband Has Returned) unfolds the narrative through each perspective of the wife and husband. The first part delves into Hyoshin’s viewpoint, followed by Jaewoo’s in the second part before returning to Hyoshin’s. The story is intricately woven with deceptions and betrayal driven by the characters’ desire for survival and revenge, promising readers an intriguing conclusion. This novel, best experienced across two volumes, maintains a fast pace and captivates from the opening sentence to the final scene. With vivid and candid portrayals, readers will be kept on the edge of their seats throughout, serving as a reminder that there are no secrets in the world, and no matter how hard you try to hide them, someone knows about your sins.