A Lost Love Comes Back In ABS-CBN’s Korean Series “I Have A Lover”

A Lost Love Comes Back In ABS-CBN’s Korean Series “I Have A Lover”

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Marvin (Ji Jin-Hee) and Aira’s (Kim Hyun-joo) start to drift apart after the death of their daughter, as Aira forces herself to move on, while Marvin continues to grieve. The gradual change in their relationship eventually leads to Marvin’s affair with his student, Sofia (Park Han-byul).

Upon learning of the affair, a devastated Aira soon gets involved in a mysterious car accident, which results to her memory loss. Years later, Marvin, who believes Aira is long dead, comes face to face with a woman who eerily resembles her. As old feelings come rushing back, Marvin tries to pursue her, but not without great struggle: the woman does not know who he is, insisting she isn’t the woman he claims her to be, but someone named Yolly, who is now married to another man.

With Marvin trying to win the heart of Yolly, his relationship with Sofia begins to fall apart and even more complications soon arise.

Will he be able to bring healing to his scarred marriage and reunite with Aira? Or will Sofia have her way and keep Marvin all to herself?

Catch “I Have a Lover” when it premieres this Monday (Oct. 21) at 11:30 am, replacing “Nang Ngumiti Ang Langit.”

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