SNSD Seohyun's 'Private Lives' Episode 1 (Recap)

 SNSD Seohyun Private Lives Episode 1

The long wait is over as Seohyun's 'Private Lives' has finally aired!

The drama is now available on Netflix, and if you still haven't watched it, this post will aim to pique your interest without giving spoilers as much as possible.

Let's start with a brief introduction, 'Private Lives / 사생활 / Sasaenghwal' will revolve around this plot: 

"In a world where data is no longer private, con artists uncover a sinister surveillance scheme headed by the government and a greedy corporation." -Netflix

Netflix categorized this as a Crime TV Drama, it is a suspenseful show rated for 13+ audience.  The drama will have 16 episodes in total.

'Private Lives' Episode 1

Growing up witnessing her parents con and be conned, Cha Joo Eun tries on many hats while embarking on a rugged path of her own. -Netflix

The first episode gives us a background about Cha Joo Eun. The flashback starts in 2010 where she was seen having dinner with her "parents" and moments later, their first con is revealed.  We say, nice job to Joo Eun, you deserve that new phone. ㅋㅋㅋ

Joo Eun continues to witness the cons or "acting jobs/documentary" of her father but what happens next will urge her to learn how to con people too with the help of her ever reliable Uncle Hanson.


As the years go by, Cha Joo Eun becomes crafty at conning people and when she finally saw the woman who conned her Father.  She didn't waste time and put on a plan to get her revenge.  Will she be successful?  That's we'll find out in the second episode.

After you watch the first episode, you can now watch the teaser for Private Lives Episode 2 below.

There was also this scene labeled as Nine years later, the scene shows Joo Eun coming out of the Cheongpa Women's Correctional Institution.  When or why was she jailed? I guess we will all find out as the episodes unveil.

Please share your thoughts about Seohyun's drama in the comments.  We are also open to your suggestions on what she would add in these Recap posts.

  More about Seohyun's 'Private Lives' here


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