When the wildly different worlds of an attorney who hates losing to men, and an actor who distrusts women, collide, sparks are bound to fly. Love to Hate You on Netflix is a Korean romantic-comedy series about Yeo Mi-ran and Nam Kang-ho, both of whom do not believe in love but are forced to date each other. Do opposites really attract? Or do they repel?
Where to Watch Love to Hate You
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How Many Episodes Are in Love to Hate You?
There are 10 episodes in Love to Hate You. The runtime of the episode averages between 44-63 minutes. You can check the complete list of Love to Hate You episodes and their release date below.
- “Bad Girl”: February 10, 2023
- “Bad Boy”: February 10, 2023
- “Nice Guys Get a Pass Bad Boys Have It Coming”: February 10, 2023
- “You Are Not What I Expected”: February 10, 2023
- “Love is Just an Experiment, Life is the Real Thing”: February 10, 2023
- “Femme Fatale vs Homme Fatale”: February 10, 2023
- “Trigonometry: The Love Triangle Edition”: February 10, 2023
- “The Way You Change Me”: February 10, 2023
- “You Made Me Who I Am”: February 10, 2023
- “A Passionate Goodbye”: February 10, 2023
What Are the Critics Saying About Love to Hate You?
Love to Hate You does not yet have an official critics rating or an average audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. The series, however, does have a user score of 8.0/10 on IMDB.
Sarah Musnicky from But Why Tho? writes, “With leading characters that complement each other, a refreshing approach to relationship issues, and even pacing, [Love to Hate You] is a quick watch to add to your rom-com line-up.”
South China Morning Post’s Pierce Conran says, “Love to Hate You makes a big show of sticking it to the patriarchy early on but, ironically, the series improves once it relaxes into old-fashioned romcom stereotypes.”
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Is Love to Hate You Suitable for Kids?
Love to Hate You is rated TV-MA, which means it is meant for viewing by mature audiences only. The content material is not suitable for children under 17.
How Can I Watch Love to Hate You in Its Original Language?
Love to Hate You is originally in Korean. To watch Love to Hate You in its original language, set language settings to Korean with English subtitles from the menu options of your streaming device.