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I love it. Marriage Not Dating is light, airy, and funny while also delivering a nice healthy dose of heart and depth. Jang-mi pounds on a locked door, as Ki-tae lies on the floor, pale and unconscious. She finally bursts through the door to find him unresponsive, as a knife falls to the floor. Mom just wearily sighs, not believing him. Hoon-dong texts Jang-mi repeatedly, getting no response, and perks up when he sees her riding up to his restaurant.
Just keep on messing our OTP okay? They are going to be BFFs. Totally BFFs. Jang Mi seems to be the only one empathising with the mom and the mom is definitely warming up to her. I bet you she is going to turn out to be Jang Mi's biggest supporter in the future.
I can see this happening also, even though Mom now acts like she hates Jang Mi, I think she also sees what she wishes she could be or could have been, so perhaps she is also a bit jealous, or maybe just starting to question herself about her priorities.
I love your comments about Jang-mi challenging Mom's ideas about her own choices and priorities. Rather than being accident-prone or a pushover, I get the sense that Jang-mi is a revolutionary who speaks truth to power-or perhaps more accurately, that she is the revolutionary who speaks emotional honesty to a severely repressed, messed-up system.
That's why I absolutely love details like in the last episode, when Jang-mi took grandma to task for remaining silent even though grandma knew Jang-mi and momma were being taken advantage of. And I loved even more that even though grandma was affronted at first, the comment really made her stop and think, "was I complicit in this?
Should I have said something?
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She can't help but speak her mind, and she is in touch enough with her own emotions that she is able to call out the small injustices around her. Most families have some form of dysfunction or repression that is only visible from an outside perspective. Good post - and even beyond about cutting through the family cover-up bullshit, I think it is also taking a slam at the whole Korean system of "elders - right or wrong, they are always right" Confucian way of thinking.
That is a very touchy subject in Korea, but it seems to me that there is some element of that thinly disguised as ranting and Mom and Grandma. This drama really caught me off guard. Super Like! There's a certain "freshness" to this drama, or perhaps it's just that I so like the actress playing Joo Jang Mi. Couldnt agree more! I'm glad that Jang mi isn't a meek girl.
She and Ki tae have a sizzling chemistry though they're bickering most of the time. Cant wait to see they're getting married! Jus looking at the images above with their fake date. If he had laud his cards on the table it would of been a done deal but since YR is the one she believes is pursuing her she can't let opportunities be wasted.
LOL really love their fake date! They're actually enjoying every moments,it seems a lot like love ; i just dont really get it why she keeps going to YR, it's not like he's.
He's not that nice either and pretentious,and he hurts her feelings in several occasion before. There's that magical, element of 'real' and believeable, even in all it's hilariously entertaining high drama.
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Totally enjoying the ride so far, even though I was turned off initially by her clingyness in ep 1. I think that all families are dysfunctional, they just vary in degrees. But these 'sets' of parents are polar opposites and to the n'th degree of extreme dysfunction.
GiTae parents are controlling and wanting to keep up appearances.
JangMi parents are not supportive to the point of abandonment. I loved this episode for the humor and the heart! I loved how we got to see even more sides to them! Also I appreciate this drama having all the characters being multi layered. I feel a lot of dramas dont do this enough. Also I found it hilarious how the fake date started with them being cold towards each other until the end when you couldn't tell it was fake at all!!
A lot like the relationship!!! Thanks so much for the ates by the way!! When I read them I can understand the little jokes that aren't conveyed well if you don't understand the language yourself! Ki-tae's Mom won me over in this episode Plus I am a big fan of Kim Hae-Sook.
I get this feeling that despite her own issues, that Jang Mi is the only one that really understands what Mom is going through. Agreed : hopefully they'll get along soon. Dude, I totally fast forwarded to the end to figure out the reason for the angst, JUST to miss the poop incident, JUST to catch them speaking about it, JUST to be totally confused, then relieved muahahhahahah that they were actually okay.
Not bad, this show. Thanks for the speedy and wonderful recap, girlfriday! I love the writing and where this show seems to be heading. I really love this stage of the contact relationship and that the writing is letting things develop naturally without rushing while still managing to keep up the pace and keep things interesting.
I had no idea what to expect from the dramatic angsty beginning and laughed my head off while feeling so bad for Jang Mi at the actual events. It's going to make watching this drama even more awesome!! No way!
There's an actual twitter account?! Haha that's fantastic! That's like in Let's Eat when they had the actual Shiksa blog up! I'm just really adoring the relationships, especially between the leads, but also between the leads and Ki-tae's mother. I also love that their mainly Ki-tae's internal issues are still the driving force of the drama, in that, instead of just doing this marriage charade for his apartment, he's really doing it to protect himself.
And I'm really liking the direction the drama is taking us with all the characters. This drama is just clever, fun and doesn't take itself too seriously Best trolling by a writer for an episode. The episode is chock full of metaphors and toilet humor literally?
Real funny! I couldn't laugh at the poop scene. It is awful, I'm imagined it and I thought I smelt it. I don't think it was supposed to be laugh out loud funny, but more of a OMG - laughing and crying at the same time moment.
The poor girl. I jus keep re watching and re watching this drama. I love the scenes of jang mi and ki tai together. Haha but this episode was epic.
I really thought he did something horrible to her and u can see in his eyes he was genuinely sorry if jang mi felt hurt by the comments. I jus don't get why she doesn't see his sincerity. It's great that his character doesn't really need much work with. He is friendly and understanding of the people around him but he doesn't give into pressure from either his ex or his mother.
He is able to relate and even sympathize with people which as a whole new element to k drama from my experience Other than opening himself up more I think jang mi has the furthest to go. Hopefully u can fully understand ki tai sincerity even though it looks like the two aren't in any real relationship but once they start caring and worrying for the other it's gonna get good. I'm really like this drama up to now but I have to say I just don't love the bathroom humour.
I basically fast forwarded from the "at least have some wine! I couldn't. I'm glad I'm reading these recaps to know what I missed in those minutes, though! In other news, I know there are some Yeo-reum haters out there I love him! I don't care, I'll keep the sexy man with the sexy cooking and the sexy back all to myself! Obviously not as emotional as an OTP-omg-finally-they-kiss kiss but there's something about him removing the pot to get closer that really did it for me. Idc for YR characte much since i know he is there to provoke the lead but if that kiss was really so satisfying there is hardly any talk of it.
Most the time if it's the first kiss and u r really into it. I myself would of jus toss the pot on the floor but he casually place it on the table. I feel like the kiss was jus to test where she was at with ki tai. Then the whole u kiss me at night thing. The dude came on to her. I get it takes to to mingle but if he didn't force the issue nothing would of happen.
He jus seems even more ridiculously childish to me when he threw away her kimchi I agree with you, I dislike Yeo-reum more and more with each episode.
Not just because he's coming between our OTP, but because he seems dishonest. Everything he says and does around Jang-mi seems so calculated and smooth, as girlfriday said, not a guy to trust. But more than that, the way he acts around Jang-mi, blowing hot and cold, with times when he's deliberately intensely focused on her, and then times when he ignores her or even gets irritated at her over stupid things, does not give me "this guy likes you" vibes.
Plus, I don't care what anyone says, no guy would give a girl he likes almost-spoiled food on a "date". Also, how can Jang-mi not blame him for the poop incident? Yeah, I'm not convinced he's trustworthy either but I'm OK with the ambivalence right now.
We'll know he's true colours soon enough. Meanwhile, y'all can have Ki-tae, I'll keep sexy man with the sexy eyes and the sexy back all to myself. I'll chain him to my kitchen and it shall be wonderful. Haha, enjoy! Not gonna argue with you about his sexiness, it's his actions that give me weird vibes. Other than the cooking of course, I agree with you about a man who cooks. YR is going to be the catalyst that drives jang mi to ki tai.
I hope. I feel like once she gets to know his personality and wat he hasn't done for her and realizes what ki tai has done she will fall harder than before.
YR just comes off as really skeevy and it's a combo of the writing and subpar acting I think. Like the actor is trying too hard to look good all the time and it's noticeable and it's blending in with the character himself trying his best too charm people at all times.
I actually love Jinwoon in the K-pop world, but he's so irritating in this. Skeevy is the right word. Jang Mi is an idiot for falling for all the dishonesty and then spoiler forgiving him for it because of his "past". The lead actor has grown on me so much. I still don't find him very attractive, but he's hilarious! The guy seriously cant act.
I dont care if he's sexy or what. We all know he has killer smile,but no need to smile all the time,right? On the other hand I'm glad that he's not that adorable. At least we're not gonna have a second lead syndrome.
I'm not even going to argue 'cause what's the point? I totally get YR being hurt over people rejecting his food, though I think that in his place I would feel like these people just stomped all over my dreams. I would be very dejected! And I would totally take it out on anyone that was around me at the time. I'm not sure that YR truly likes JM he's the second lead so I'm thinking he either does already or soon will - that's basically in his job description but I have no shame in admitting that men that cook are a huge turn on so I'm biased.
I have no problems with KT, I think he'll be super cute once the full onset of the feels sets in Ki-tae IS disturbingly anal. That's one of those things you can put up with in dramaland but perhaps not in a real guy. Then again, Jang-mi is well on her way to breaking him of his fastidious ways No I agree, it is endearing, in a drama lead.
How cute is his little egg timer? But I think in real life I would just kick him out of the kitchen and do all the cooking myself, lol. Thire kiss was pretty hawt and natural, and I believe his feelings for her are genuine, but YR I don't hate While he's nice and all, he constantly all smiley while getting his business done.
That part doesn't sit well with me. And if you appreciate Jang Mi's gift of kimchi, well then you like her kimchi and keep it anyways. Could not love this drama more, totally anchored by Han Groo's committed and energetic performance.
With concept shows like this, you really depend on high quality actors to continuously sell the lunacy of the premise, and these are managing to do that and then some. Love it! The most entertaining ct of this drama for me is the ambiguity of feelings for most of the characters. You hear them say something and always have to ask yourself if they are being sincere at that point or just acting. Or are they acting like they're acting? The actors must be having a ball with these roles!
Same here, and it seems like both shows are getting better as they go. Let's hope that trend continues! Thanks for the recap! Still, the build-up to the "typhoon explosion" was so well done, and so unexpected, and it just worked on so many levels. Gross and uncomfortable though it was at times, lol. It makes those basic tropes multilayered and complex so that they come to life in a completely fresh way. Another thing I love is how real the problems our characters face are.
Instead of having ridiculous or overly dramatic problems like birth secrets, murder and fauxcest, we have insecurity, bad breakups, abandonment issues, quietly dysfunctional families and what I suspect in Jang-mi may be borderline alcoholism. Just saying, the girl has had a LOT of drinks in these 5 eps. And yet these "normal" problems, rather than being boring, are way more relatable, which in turn makes the characters easier to root for.
They just feel like real people, which is a credit to both the acting and writing. I have had the feeling since ep1 that the people in this show most anyway seem to be a lot more real than in most dramas.
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And even though some of the tropes might seem a bit icky or uncomfortable or disquieting, most of us can relate to them even if we don't talk about them in public :P.
My only complaint about this drama is that Jang Mi has no outlet or support. I wanted so badly for Hyun Hee to be a safe haven for her in this messy situation but Hyun Hee is grappling with her own objectives with Hoon Dong. I just want a little more sisterhood so that when the laughs subside and the drama rolls in Jang Mi has someone to encourage her. I agree, the poor girl really needs a good girl friend, to balance all the guys around her with their various ulterior motives.
Someone who sincerely is there for her instead of just wanting something from her. Then again, I can see her and Ki-tae's mom forming that kind of connection down the line, after seeing their lovely moment of empathy in this episode. That would be awesome, and such a great reversal. I agree that she needs someone unconditionally on her side without ulterior motives. Kitae doesn't have one either though Hoon Dong is a friend but not a reliable one who will give good advice and have his back.
But watching as the episodes go on now to 6one of the things I like most about this series is that they are each becoming the other's best friend. Someone they can tell anything to and who will listen, someone who will give advice or opinions even if they aren't what the person wants to hear but rather what they need to hear, one that can say the painful truths and listen to it as well. They may seemingly go in opposing directions but generally they pull or push towards the same direction in the end.
They can't seem to help it. Totally agree. They are one of the few relationships in the show based on complete honesty with each other - despite the fact that it's not an actual relationship or so think, bwahaha. It's surprising to me how much they tell each other that they don't tell other people; I feel like a lot of the time it's unintentionally revealed, but I think Ki-tae's actually being honest, even if he doesn't realize it, when he tells his mom it's nice to have someone he can relax and share his secrets with.
Both he and Jang-mi are so alone in important ways - Ki-tae just keeps his relationships very closed off and impersonal and never lets anyone in, while Jang-mi is perpetually lonely even though she surrounds herself with people. I think they unconsciously recognize that in each other, and that, along with the fact that their fake relationship makes it easier to say what they think without worrying about the consequences, makes them so comfortable around each other.
Also on a slightly related note, I love how naturally and gradually they slipped into banmal with each other. Aided greatly by Jang-mi's drunkenness. I get the feeling they didn't really register the moment, and I didn't either exactly, but now they talk to each other like a long-established couple. I love it. I'm just glad it didn't happen in front of all the ladies because that is just not something you can come back from. I love that this was the typhoon they were talking about though - I was really expecting it to be something much more serious than a long winded setup for a poop joke, lol.
I love this OTP so much. They were so, SO cute on their fake dates. It's adorable how much KiTae is warming up to her and hilarious that he doesn't even realize it yet. His face as he scrolled through the pictures of them and then his anger when he stormed out to drag her away from YR but he decided against it. Yeo Reum is starting to annoy me more as he becomes a viable romantic rival but I know that he's a necessary catalyst to rile up KiTae's growing feelings of jealousy.
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Still I wish that JangMi wasn't so quick to run back to him after he left her high and dry at the beginning. What more needs to happen for her to realize that she has to be more careful who she gives her heart to? You can't just go around trusting everybody! Channel Manager. Manage Followers. About How do you get your meddlesome family off your back?
Episodes Restricted Access Sorry, this content is not licensed for your region. Han Sun Hwa Main Cast. Yeon Woo Jin Main Cast. Han Groo Main Cast. Jeong Jinwoon Main Cast. See all. Cast - Marriage, Not Dating. Yoon So Hee Main Cast. Heo Jung Min Main Cast. Kim Young Ok Supporting Cast. Park Joon Gyu Supporting Cast. Choi Hyun Supporting Cast. Ki-tae thinks on his feet and shoves Jang-mi into his bed, then half-undresses before going out to meet Mom.
Jang-mi tries to sneak past them into the kitchen, but Hoon-dong catches her mid-sneak. Ki-tae and Se-ah go on the date that she won in the auction, where they have a nice meal by a fancy indoor pool. Jang-mi lets herself into her dark and empty house, and remembers a time when she was small and was left home alone, terrified and crying for her parents.
She starts grabbing for fish with her bare hand, calling it Nemo.
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This scares Jang-mi so badly that she drunk-wails, so he caves and lets her make the ramyun. She asks about Se-ah, and he just says they respect each other too much to ruin it with marriage.
He thinks she needs to be alone a while before dating again. They argue over which is better, closeness or solitude, until her phone rings. Jang-mi hides in the bathroom to talk, and Yeo-reum explains that what she saw was the tail-end of his charity date. Relieved, she agrees to meet him, but Ki-tae has locked her in the bathroom. He refuses to let her out, since a guy will never like her if she goes running whenever he wants. In their struggle over the door, Jang-mi breaks the door handle and escapes, counterattacking: How can you find someone to be with, if you spend all your time alone?
She yells that she never wants to be alone, and leaves. Grandma says she understands why Ki-tae wants to live alone, the way they treat him. He blames the ramyun, but she assumes Jang-mi is giving him a hard time and promises to talk to her. Right onto the pancake. Jang-mi fills him in on what happened, and he tells her to go and heads to the hospital. Luckily Grandma is fine, only heavily sleeping off all the alcohol. Ki-tae angrily pulls Jang-mi aside to ask what she was thinking.
Hurt, Jang-mi just quietly apologizes again and leaves. Ki-tae goes home and cleans up the mess, then relaxes in a hot bath and revels in his solitude once again. Ki-tae spends 48 hours locked in the bathroom, reading, exercising, and fighting boredom. He weakens and hallucinates his friends and family saying how tired they are of him, knowing none of them will come and rescue him. For a moment he perks up thinking of Jang-mi, but remembers their fight and loses hope.
He lies on the floor and passes out, just as we saw him at the top of the episode. At home that night, Jang-mi breaks a glass and flashes back to being home alone as a child, where she broke a glass and cut her feet badly. As Jang-mi talks, Ki-tae rouses just enough to feebly call for help. She grabs a knife and pries the door open, dropping it when she sees him lying half-dead on the floor.
She tries to rouse him, and he uses the last of his strength to clasp her in a tight hug. A memorial feast is laid out in front of a photograph of a distinguished-looking older gentleman. Ki-tae falls into the memorial feast, scattering food everywhere, as a group of women try to hold Jang-mi off of him. Jang-mi helps a weak and stumbling Ki-tae to his car, headed for the hospital, even hoisting him up for a piggyback when he proves too feeble to walk.
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They run into Se-ah, who was also worried and came to check on him, and Jang-mi explains how he was trapped in the bathroom for two days. Se-ah drives them to the hospital, barely containing her eyerolls as Jang-mi fusses over Ki-tae in the backseat.
Jang-mi says his family is on the way, and Ki-tae asks Se-ah to go while telling Jang-mi to stay. Jang-mi explains that he was locked in the bathroom and Ki-tae says she actually saved him, but only Grandma thanks her.
Aunt Mi-jung tells Mom that they should support them, if only because opposing the marriage will push Ki-tae towards Jang-mi even harder. Jang-mi protests but Mom says she should start racking up brownie points as early as possible.
Their identical glares of disbelief are a riot. Some patrons make a rude comment to Jang-mi, and Mom kicks them out.
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Mom pulls ready-to-go divorce papers out from under the register and prepares to sign, but Jang-mi stops her and agrees to help with the memorial.
How impressively devious. All Jang-mi has to do is show her very worst self on the day of the memorial, and his mother will make him call off the engagement. It should be easyall she has to do is be herself. He follows them and when they stop for lunch, Ki-tae just plops himself down at the table with them.
He tries to intimidate Yeo-reum, who stays frustratingly unaffected. Ki-tae texts Jang-mi to be careful, that his aunt may be spying on them. Jang-mi and Yeo-reum sit in the park, but Jang-mi is too twitchy and paranoid to enjoy herself, worried that Aunt Mi-jung is watching. Dad and the young woman look awfully cozy, trading kisses and endearments and walking arm-in-arm.
Jang-mi is in shock, and cuts the date short. Left at the park, Yeo-reum sees Se-ah in her car and joins her. Se-ah asks what his relationship is with Jang-mi, but he just muses that she must be great because everyone seems interested in her. Se-ah asks Yeo-reum to bring her information on the couple and offers him an envelope, which he accepts. At work the next day, Jang-mi considers whether she should tell Ki-tae that she saw his father with a woman. Mom points out that in her family, the women do all the work to prepare the food.
She tasks Jang-mi with peeling a massive bag of chestnuts that night, and tells her to be at their house early in the morning. She starts to tell Ki-tae that she saw his father with another woman, but he cuts her off. He suddenly turns cold and harsh and snaps at her to mind her own business, and it dawns on Jang-mi that he already knows. Jang-mi sarcastically apologizes and storms out. This is war. Later, Jang-mi sits outside, doing all the cooking herself. Jang-mi finally finishes some time later, and jumps up to do an athletic victory dance.
The women eat and talk while Jang-mi does the dishes alone, mumbling about the unfairness of it all. It stops his aunt from listening in, but Jang-mi drops her phone in the sink and ruins it. Finally everything is ready, and dinner is solemn and dignified.
Ki-tae decides Jang-mi is being too quiet and asks his father to pour her some alcohol, knowing it will make her start talking and most likely say something unacceptable. Dad tries to calm her down and she rounds on him, calling him the worst of the family.
Jang-mi starts to say that she saw him with a woman but Mom stops her, and pulls her aside. Jang-mi, hurt, says that she could have sworn she was family given how badly they treated her.
She overhears the women criticizing her parents, and asks Ki-tae with angry tears in her eyes if he told them about her family. Jang-mi snaps and starts to scream and hit Ki-tae. The women try to pull her off him, and they scuffle until he falls into the table covered in memorial offerings.
Jang-mi declares her work here done, and righteously stomps out of the house. She leaves him to face his family alone, and goes to meet Yeo-reum. In the closed restaurant kitchen, Yeo-reum cooks up some pasta for Jang-mi, who does her best to kill an entire bottle of wine by herself. She drunkenly admits that she was there just to create a scene, but moans that it became real.
She leans in close to say that actually she just really really really really really worries about him. Then she passes out. Meanwhile Yeo-reum and Jang-mi are asleep side-by-side in the dining room, her on a bench and him on a row of chairs. Ki-tae tries to reach Jang-mi but remembers that her phone was ruined, and speeds up to try to get to the restaurant before his mother does.
Cable network tvN is on a roll, and Marriage Not Dating is the latest in a string of light, fresh, airy rom-coms with characters that just draw you in and make you fall in love. The magic lies in the characters who may seem like standard drama stereotypes at the outset, but the more we get to know them, the more they surprise us with their depth and individuality.
For me, a drama is made or broken by its characters, and the characters are what this show does to perfection. Whenever I start to think he might be having feelings for Jang-mi, he does something like agree to collect information about her and Ki-tae for Se-ah only to turn around and show flashes of jealousy by asking Jang-mi multiple times about her feelings for Ki-tae.
I think that he revealed a lot when he said to Se-ah that Jang-mi must be something great since everyone is obsessed with her lately. All in all, I think the show is playing to its strengths by letting the characters shine above all else, and I would honestly watch these people and their relationships no matter what the overarching plot happened to be.
Your email address will not be published. I'm digging the hell out of this drama. Jang Mi's character is quirky, zaney, devoted and believable.
There's no "damsel in distress" syndrome going on with her. I really don't care about the other love characters molding aside from the OTP because the OTP and their families are making me laugh so much.
XD I can't wait for their "Marriage". Ki Tae's mother reminds me of Secretary Kim in Ugly Alert very scheming ,controlling and obsessed with her priorities. Love Love Love it!!!! It is so funny and the characters have such a fresh feeling about them. I can't wait until they really fall for each other! I'm pretty sure that Ki-Tae will be the one falling first!! I'm sooo loving it.
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That's why he keeps asking her to continue their fake relationship even though she keeps asking him to end it! Thank you so much for your wonderful recaps! As always, your insightful descriptions and feelings on the show give me food for thought. I am so glad that you are recapping this series.
I love the complexity of the characters. They are so layered. I adore how the writers are not revealing TOO much too soon.
It is actually tantalizing to get to know them slowlyhow they think and how they respond to situations. It mirrors real life in this way. It speaks volume about the writer that even though she doesn't reveal too much at one time, the episodes never feel slow moving at all. Where do you guys watch this.
I tried Viki a few days ago but it wasn't available in my area I live in the States. Didn't see it on Dramafever either. Any suggestions? It's on Viki and they do have it available in the US, so I'm not sure why it's giving you trouble.
I also highly recommend kdrama. They have excellent video quality and very accurate subtitles. Viki occasionally tells me that a video isn't available in my area too, but after a refresh or two, it works i live in the US as well.
As far as actual subtitles go, more is always better so I toggle between the two subs viki and kdrama. Viki definitely has some lines that are incorrectly translated though - some just don't make sense in the context of the show when the corresponding kdrama. I really love this drama. I was telling one of my friends about it today and explaining the crossed love lines etc is entertaining in of itself.
She told me that she had this huge grin on her face just from reading my plot and character synopsis. I adore this drama and I am soooooo thankful for the recap. I like Fated to Love You, but I am enjoying this one a little more. I have actutally rewatched some of the episodes already because I love the attraction and tension between our two leads. I think your recap is right on - this drama is also flushing out the other characters and they are colored in various hues of gray - not black and white Restaurant Guy - total rich jerk, but he realize his mistake and I believe is truly repentance; Girlfriend at Work - good sounding board coworker, but she is clearly after Restaurant Guy; Ex-Girlfriend Rich Doctor - has not moved on and will do whatever it takes to protect and keep her man in his home all alone.
Plus I am curious why Ki-tae abandon his family Why does Grandmom feels it is her fault? Ki-tae's Mom is so proper and polite, so why would she even accept a marriage sham? Why is the aunt single I'm just curious because usually in K-drama they do not have a single older female hanging out while they are trying to marry off a younger family member I am just wondering? What is Yeo-reum's story? He is tall, handsome, great smile, nice body, good dancer, budding chief, body made for jeans or a tux, but really Why is he in this drama I really love this drama, and episode were my favorite so far because it shows how much Ki Tae leads a lonely life and he's not happy about it even if he doesn't admit yet.
I also love that Jang Mi drinks at every episode lol, seriously every time she ends up with soju or any other drink XD. Can u guys be more right. He is the least expressive person in the show. He is like a kid that only wants to go after jang mi since it's seems everyone else is out to get her. His only goal to me is to make gi tei jealous and realize his own feelings her jang mi. Yeo-Reum is just a chilled - laid back character. I really like that about him.
He is watching all this chaos around Jang-Mi and trying to figure out how to catch her attention without looking dumb or interferring. The character that irritates me is Hoon-Dong.
He charges Jang-Mi with stalking and now he wants her back. Just plain weird. Its almost as if he is the "damsel in distress". Just saying. That last screencap?
Bravo, seems to me, is a magnificent phrase26.01.2020|Reply