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Marriage Not Dating Ep 16 final sweet & romantic moment - gong gi tae & joo jang mi

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. I feared very little. He arrives inside a darkened building, sweating pouring down his face. He bangs at a door and has to go around, and finally comes screeching to a halt.

Get out of his house! Our couple was making such good progress - cooking together like husband and wife, Ki Tae cozying up to his future in-laws so he can sleep over, Jang Mi sharing how lonely she feels at home, and the both of them admitting their feelings for each other albeit not to each other.

Ki Tae preparing for his proposal had me melting. Even practicing his "saranghae" on Nemo. Thankfully, Jang Mi was there to stand up for her mother-in-law or else Mom would have ran away again, and it is just not healthy to keep bottling up your emotions. Jang Mi makes Mom brave.

Unfortunately, just as Mom was starting to accept Jang Mi, she breaks her trust or so Mom believesso I can understand why she was so disappointed in her after defending her in front of her dirtbag husband who shamelessly discusses his affair in front of his family as if he has a God-given right to cheat. This was my favorite episode yet. I jumped when I saw the cockroach; then when Ki Tae reenacted the scary cockroach with his hands, ahahaha.

That entire scene in her room was perfect and the quintessential turning point in their relationship. I question whether he was really drunk if he was coherent enough to pull her in for hugs twice. Not to mention, Jang Mi repositioned him to the head of the bed, so she consciously snuggled with him during the night. I am glad Yeo Reum finally moved out, but I did feel sorry for him today minus the calculated hug and thought it was quite big of him to ask Ki Tae to pursue Jang Mi for real.

Hyun Hee got caught in her lie, and Hoon Dong was shirking responsibility as usual, but I hope she is not considering abortion. I thought Ki Tae was awake during that bedroom scene. Somewhere during the first snuggle he smirked when Jang Mi mentioned how his mother finally acknowledged her.

I just felt he was too "aware" when Jang Mi was talking to him secretly. I actually thought he was asleep. Well, it must be pointed out that the couple had many "turning points" before today most notably the beach outingnone of which turned things around for good.

For this couple, lack of turning points is not one of the reasons for their current state of affairs. I guess that is the point or the tease of the drama, but all it ends up doing is make Gitae look less and less of a man.

We get that he has Daddy issues and Mommy issues. But then, so does Jangmi. Yet how the two navigates the choppy waters is a study in contrast.

Gitae should have manned-up about six episodes ago. OMG totally. Love his drunk scenes. The"home wrecking" part already warrants the cat fight, all clasws unsheathed Wish instead she was the one who ended up getting slashed up bad by her own pink diamond, in the fight. Can we just all agree Yeon Woo-jin plays the best drunk? JM came burreling in and he jus stuff his face in her chest. LMAO that scene is still vivid in my mind. Notice the part where she tried to warned him about the cockroaches, he jumps up and grabs her thigh?

Hmmm mmm! I was laughing and smiling with glee when Jang Mi and her were bonding over the whole department store situation - that horrible mistress had it coming, she had no shame whatsoever! Ah, Yeo Reum Luff it! Cute scenes heal the soul! Plus I shall never speak of that person again.

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She shall not be named. This is all. But did you ever date a boy with abandonment issues? I really really liked that JM was open, honest, and considerate of YR in her breakup.

Poor YR. I am really annoyed [grrrr I literally wanted to scream and punch Se Ah and Yeo Reum in their faces That is pretty much how i felt. Well, screw you now, bitch! I never like YR either - he seemed like kind of a poser with little personality from the first episode.

His grade B acting did not help. Yeo-reum definitely hit the lowest point yet in my estimation. It was so obvious that what he did was planned that even Jang-Mi caught on.

He is now on my Fail list and he should go away. Why did they have to write the story as such. They not only act badly, the character given is also awful! YR lost complete credibility to me. Ki Tae should have punched Se Ah in her face.

And push her out of his heart. I screamed when she stepped in with him. I laughed out loud! Gong GiTae is so cute and so sweet. In the beginning of the drama, it would have been impossible to imagine him planning that kind of proposal. I was so disappointed in YeoReum I fully expected that kind of behavior from Se-Ah because that bitch be crazy I wish I waited until more episodes came out!

Rule 15 of dramaland - Coincidences can and shall happen without any planning whatsoever, and the incidence shall increase in direct proportion to the amount of damage inflicted on the relationship of our OTP. I agree with you. I jst took it as the coincidence rule of kdramaland. She grates me to no end. And YoonHee? One word: rapist. He and the mistress both. How in the world do you bring out the story of your wife and mistress fighting in front of your sister AND mother??

I was rolling laughing and rooting for our two heroines. Btw, who is the actress who plays the store manager?

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I agree. My problem with Yeo-reum is not even that he pulled a move like that well it is, but still. He could have tried telling her how much he liked her, but no. I was still feeling sorry for YR during the cooking competition ep 11where he silently observed all the subconscious rooting Jang Mi was doing for Ki-Tae, and during the karoke scene.

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When he was still a pretty good sport about joining in as a fun 3some, and not making a big deal although he was inputing more and more how those 2 could be left well alone and not miss his prescence at all. This episode was the first time I ever felt sorry for Yeo Reum, and when I did, it was in a big way. Then at karaoke, Ki Tae was so petty to cut off his song, and Jang Mi seemed to forget he was even there when she was singing her favorite song with Ki Tae.

I have just the same thoughts too and had replied on the earlier comment of this recap to harmonyfb before I saw yr comment here. And to panshel, yeah, poor poor poor YR but for someone to be so spiteful, sorry, no pity lho!

I thought so too. Yeo-reum just took the opportunity when he saw one coz he knew he was losing her after hearing her confession. On the bright side, his relationship with Jang-mi is finally over. I agree with you! I just thought he was a great rebound for Jang-mi Oh show, in the beginning I know you totally thought I expected Jang-mi to be there so that you could subvert my expectation with Se-ah showing up instead, but I was really hoping that since I actually DID expect Se-ah to crash his proposal, that MAYBE you would subvert that expectation and actually have Jang-mi show up, ya know, just for kicks.

But alas, that was not so. Loved them this ep! Favorite part by far! Because of all those things coinciding so perfectly, our leads were thisclose to just being able to go through with their sham for real, to the point where we could just barely imagine it all working out, and then that possibility is taken away thanks to Se-ah.

And Ki-tae is a hilarious drunk! In fact, I have to say, the writers did a pretty nice job of setting up Jang-mi in a position where, even by the viewers, she could be misconstrued because she really was in that dicey position where she understandably had no clue what her feelings were.

That despite between kind, empathic, full of spunk to help and all Well, remember what the shaman said - sitting on the fence is "the worst! I agree that this conflict is a very realistic setup.

I liken it to someone who has been betrayed his entire life causing him to close himself off to the world. Then when he finally gathers the courage to open up to someone again, that person turns around and betrays him.

Spot on. KT withdraws into his physical fortress, blocking off the world; YR withdraws behind his perpectual but inscrutable smile.

The 3 of them have baggage; but among the 3 - I would say Ki Tae and Yeo Reum are the most vulnerable, and would shut down and withdraw when hurt. Jang-Mi with her sunnier disposition, bounces back more easily. Even with deeprooteded issues, she tries and tries again, as we see with her parents. I wanted to hammer bricks at both Yeo-rim and Se-ah. I never found them too irritating or important, really. Se-ah in particular is insane.

Like WTF is wrong with her? Yeo-rim is just typical. So frustrating when I actually loved his bromance with Ki-tae and his friendship with both the leads. The latter is actually proud enough to flaunt about her affair with a married man! Talk about shameless But it really was so well executed.

I love that this drama really relishes in cliches, but occasionally steps out of it to give us some really great character moments. One of my favorites about it is how the writers allowed Jang-mi to have as broken a family as Ki-tae has in some ways. We usually get situations where one of the main character has a perfect family and the other person learns what its like to be in that kind of home.

She seems like a gold digger but at points look sincere too. They both make up for what the other lacks; I just hope they find their way to each other very soon. This drama keeps getting better and better for me and I say this after watching episode That girl is unbelievable. I knew from her absence during the episode that she was gonna show up at the end and mess things up. I do not get anybody who tries to defend her.

I totally agree with you about Yeo-reum. That hug killed any so-so feeling I had about him, and pushed him into dead-to-me territory. He and Se-ah both are just so selfish. I think the last time I hated a female second lead this much was Sena in Rooftop Prince. She had her own man Tae Mu to be obsessed with. I hate second female leads more when there is a love triangle and she is manipulatively keeping the OTP apart.

Truly hated her in that drama! Thanks LollyPip! I am talking to you both, Se-ah. But telling him off to mom is something on a entirely different level of bad. And after doing so she still had the face to ask Ki-tae to marry her? Jesus, do the writers really have to write her character to be this shameless? Oh and Yeo-reum.

And with that knowledge, I thought he was going to step back for real despite his sometimes spiteful comments here and thereif Jang-mi really decides to woman-up and confess her feelings.

And when she finally does, he DID that. Did you really have to put mom in there, out of everyone, to watch them. Oh, the strings you pull, drama. She was so awesome today. I almost peed my pants the whole time she did that. But the thing I feared the most happened, that she discovered about the fake marriage, AFTER she actually accepted Jang-mi and embraced her.

Because it would be much much harder for her to trust Jang-mi again. I non-stop cheered for Ki-tae and kept on getting moony eyes, swooned here and there everytime he silently mumbled and kept his feelings hidden to himself.

Because that was just too cute and adorable to handle. Maybe even more so. Seeing her finally coming to her senses the scene in her bedroom was so swoon-worthy, I actually got butterflies when she finally admits to herself she likes Ki-tae for real.

But the show stealer in this episode is definitely Yeon Woo-jin. I would eat him up if I could. Please, please, drama Gods, bless my heart because I can take no more angst. S : The whole cook-off, drink-off, and sing-off scenes were so priceless. As much as I hate Yeo-reum right now, I Dude, I know. This was possibly my favorite episode of the series!

I was SO glad to see both Jang-mi and Ki-tae confront their growing feelings for each other. That was hilarious, I was fistpumping momma the whole time. And the scene after, where she broke out laughing, was one of the most heartwarming of the series.

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In spite of the heartbreak hotel that is in store for us next episode which: oofI am actually grateful to have everything out in the open, finally. Only now can Jang-mi and Ki-tae build an honest relationship from the ground up.

Not too many tears, please, show! I swear, my heart grew a thousand sizes. Except not, like, in a medically dangerous way. Kim Hae-sook is magical. Finally, she let go of her icy exterior and beat up the mistress which she heartily deserved. Se Ah is a smart and beautiful woman that most men would treasure, but she is crazy The man is suppose to propose, not the woman who has already been dumped down three years ago.

I thought Jang Mi was going to step trough the door any minute. Love the actress who plays her, but not her role. Damn u yeorumm!! Oh, momm. Jang Mi and Ki Tae were so adorable with their kind of matching coral shirts and was it just me or did anyone else tear up with the proposal? Ki Tae has come such a long way and that entire set up and the effort was so simplistic bur so beautiful until Se Ah walked in.

I had butterflies in my stomach as he prepared for the proposal as he went from being irritated at having to blow up all the balloons have you ever heard of a balloon pump? When he "confessed" to Nemo, I about died. He was so happy about it but when his face fell when he saw that damn woman, my heart breaks for him. Oh you poor puppy. That hug, though, was very calculated. Wow, Se-Ah just stepped into a whole other level of delusion there. I can deal with Se-ah and Yeo-reum even though they are nothing more than standard k-drama obstacles overcome on the path to true love.

In spite of this, I have found Yeo-reum unexpectedly charming. Se-ah is giving me goosebumps, she does not deserve to be anyone else housewife. I will say this about the drama in general, I still like it, but it has wound down for me a lot I feel sorry for Yeo Reum. Not a lot of people would react the way he did when they see their girlfriend kissing another man!

I see this as his last attempt to try to hold on to Jang Mi. By the way, anybody knows the name of the song the Yeo Reum sang when they were singing in the karaoke bar? Choi Jin Hyuk sang it on Emergency Couple too.

Thank you so much!

Now I remember. I heard it in Emergency Couple too. It was easy to search for it that time coz CJH mentioned the title. But the interesting went out the window and the crazy became full blown in the past couple of episodes.

PS: Pity coz I actually think Sunhwa, as a person is extremely fun and relatable from all her variety show gigs- a total from Se-Ah. So glad to see Mom starting to reclaim her self All the snuggles helped me to feel reassured as far as Ki Ta goes. Does anyone know the song that plays when Ki-tae is blowing up the balloons? I think they played it when Jang-mi and Yeo-reum were driving off to the beach at the beginning of episode 9.

So that might be where you heard it from. It played in episode 1 when Jang-mi was preparing to propose to Hoon-dong. I meant later in the episode when we see him preparing his place for the proposal.

SING : surgery? I did the same! I love when he cuts Yeo-reum off! So funny! There are dramas which I loved for the storyline, for the cinematography, for the acting, or for the great directing. MND is 1 of the latter few. She can act, she is pretty hopefully natural, er hem and she plays the role of Joo Jang Mi with such tenderness and sensitivity that you want to hug her and pat her back everytime she messed things up with good intent.

Despite Jang Mi always getting hurt due to her naiveness or goodwill to do something for others, she never once hate or give up on those who betrayed her. So she continues to help others, and continues to get hurt. He genuinely wants her to change in order to stop her from hurting again and again. He plays the initially cold and cynical Gong Gi Tae who actually carries a huge emotional baggage which no one has ever tried lifting from his back.

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Not even his so-called ex-GF and a friend of 20 years. This couple does not only understand each other, they are there for each other. Jang Mi for Gi Tae, when he almost died in his bathroom from dehydration. And many more instances when both needed each other and they instinctly show up to help. We can all see how naturally the 2 is together too. They are comfortable with each other, hugging, holding hands, bickering, kissing etc.

It felt so genuine. I see sincerity and I see heart. Actually, come to think about it, NONE Both of those also had the casual, genuine intimacy that I find so endearing, which Jang Mi and Gi Tae are slipping into.

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. Love Love Love it!!!! It is so funny and the characters have such a fresh feeling about them. 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. Where do you guys watch this.

Any suggestions? I also highly recommend kdrama.

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They have excellent video quality and very accurate subtitles. As far as actual subtitles go, more is always better so I toggle between the two subs viki and 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.

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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? Why is the aunt single I am just wondering? 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 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. 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.

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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? That hug? This show is one of my favorites in a while. I think you have great insight into both the main characters.

I love this setup, I love this couple.

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I want her and Jang-mi to be best friends at the end of this show. As for Yeo-reum and Se-ah, they can both go away with their money and business deals and leave my precious OTP alone.

Yet, who has actually done that? You must watch it to get it. At least, in my opinion. Agree - sometimes the facial expressions etc are as much a part of the scenes as the dialogue.

I think this is only like the 2nd drama out of hundreds that I have gone back and rewatched almost the entire show. Ki Tae goes shirtless really pretty often in this drama!!

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And I love Han Groo and all her eye rolling! I googled her and was very impressed by her academic and dance achievements! Yeon Woo Jin always played the antagonist second leads before. So happy to see him get an adorable role here. Both men are flower boy pretty, but neither has chocolate abs. True, but before that he had a little noona-romance in the weekend series Ojakkyo Brothers and I really liked him there.

Super happy to see you also recapping this show, LollyPip. I laughed so, SO hard at episode 4. This show can be so silly and odd at times which I love but it also has a lot of heart. I completely agree that the leads are on opposite ends of the same coin and I love the idea that they can help each other find balance in their lives. Also I love their banter and how honest they are with each other.

 · Marriage Not Dating: Episode 10 by LollyPip. The line between what’s real and what’s pretend continues to blur, as Jang-mi and Ki-tae start to realize that they may have genuine feelings for each other but the problem is that everyone else is beginning to notice as well.4,6/5.  · Marriage Not Dating wraps up in a satisfying and poetic way, bringing us back full circle to remind us why we’ve all loved this couple so much. They stay true to themselves as the show manages to tie up all the loose ends nicely, leaving me feeling like everyone gets the ending they deserve. It’s Continue reading "Marriage Not Dating 4,6/5. Smallville dating. Marriage not dating ep 10 recap, Native american dating. May - 15 min - Uploaded by fertena toppanLike and Subscribe to watch more episodes Marriage Not Dating drama Thanks For Watching. Episode 2 of Season 1. The women face the men in a not-so-friendly game of poker.. Marriage Not Dating: Episode

Despite his prickliness, KiTae seems to genuinely care about JangMi and he clearly feels badly for her when she gets dumped on which happens a lot.

He could certainly use more tact but I think he really wants JangMi to make better decisions for herself. And on the flip side, JangMi starts caring about people so quickly - she worries about KiTae, about his mother and his grandmother. Except for HoonDong and his mother, the characters all seem to have a lot of depths left to plumb.

I keep having flashbacks to Killer Girl K with Jang mi. What you have, in all honesty, is two couples who would have divorced a long long time ago if they were in the U. I am really starting to like Han Groo. I find her very sexy with that "I am doing something naughty" smile of hers and healthy figure. She also seem to feel right at home doing a comedic role. TvN sure knows who to cast for their rom-com heroines. I really like the characters and the story of the show.

Please please give less screen time to yeo rim.

Marriage not dating dramabeans ep Her voice gets high and strained as she says she understands that Mom episode Ki-tae to be happy, but dramabeans she needs to .  · Marriage Not Dating: Episode 11 by LollyPip. Hey all! I’m covering both of this week’s episodes of Marriage Not Dating while girlfriday is at KCON (so jealous!) so please bear with me, I’m not as super-fast as she is!4,6/5.  · I love it. Marriage Not Dating is light, airy, and funny while also delivering a nice healthy dose of heart and depth. We’re starting to get glimpses into characters’ pasts that indicate that not everything is cuteness and romance in these people’s lives, and I think the show is setting a nice balance between hilarious 4,6/5.

I get that jang mi is keeping her ongoing relationship with him since she figures nothing will ever happen with gi tai but yeo scenes are so boring. Thank you! Han Groo is a total badass as well! Have you seen her in Girl K? Reminds me a bit of Ha Ji Won in that she throws herself into different roles and has this healthy, easy beauty about her but also has a fierce side.

I have been thinking this ". I can already see some movement in that direction, they are like sharks circling each other that have not decided to be partners or eat each other. This is one of the very few dramas I have seen where the MIL actually had any depth beyond just being an evil bitch, and most other characters also have far more depth than in most dramas - it is not just a 2-person OTP show with a random 3rd wheel tossed in for the shipping wars effect.

I think it is a case of nobody wants to confront it, and nobody wants to cause a scandal that might affect his promotion. I think this show aside from being funny as hell, is also showing that ignoring bad things does not equal being happy. It pretty much is a marriage of convenience for the pair. She never really liked him that way? Is Mom a robot person? Honestly, I first decided to watch this drama because of Yeon Woo-jin. And of course, Jinwoon is always adorable.

But good god, Han Groo is such a revelation. Then you have to see her in Killer K Girl. She did her own stunts! Like really really really. The characters, acting, storyline, directing, music There are so much crazies that Ki Tae and Jang Mi have and with continue to put themselves in.

Ki Tae is a goner. All it takes is for him to admit it. I just want Jang Mi to realize it soon. Forget about Yeo Reum. Can we talk about the wonderfully awesome sound effects? Seriously that cat yowl when she was messing with Nemo the first time almost had me rolling on the floor. The waiting game is never fun. Thanks for this!!! Love it! What about throwing something out the window to gain attention?

I mean he would have been so hungry, he would have eaten the soap.

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After a long, long drama dry spell, this show gives me LIFE. It is hilarious, sweet, surprisingly realistic in its depiction of relationships, mature, zippy, fun, and the OTP is just perfect. I love it so much. OMG, have they added some sort of "artistic genius" powder to the water over there? What is going on? And where can I get some? I think it helps that Jang Mi follows her moral compass into embarrassing situations, eyes wide open at the potential fallout.

I love that KT understands this about her. Having summed her up accurately, he has been counting on her to embarrass herself for him. If something ticks her off, she retaliates. If she loves something, she hangs on for dear life.

At the memorial, when she started doing the shots, and gathering steam, he anticipated her blow up with glee. And when she started in on Dad, instead of looking worried, he was interested in how this all was going to fall out. Like a dog who hears a novel sound and tilts his head a little. Mom took her out before Dad answered.

I think little kid KT wanted to hear what Bad Dad had to say to weasel out of her heated spot light.

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When KT admits that the way she lives is better than his shut down and shut off existence, he will understand how valuable she is as a person.

I cant stop laughing at the piggyback scene. Surely she had a lot of energy. Thanks so much for recapping this Lollypip and girlfriday! You are almost caught up! Thanks for the fab recap and your thoughts and time. TvN is amazingly talented for recognizing such shows A spl thanks to Jang mi and ki tae for fab delivery of acting. After doctor drama, i just recognize how imp is the author so my big thnaks to you.

She was part of the Ha, Ha, Ha family. Thank you so much, Lollipips, for team tagging this with GirldFriday. I checked this drama out cause marriage of convenience is a beloved trope for me plus I really like Han Groo from watching her in "A Warm Words". By the time I got to ep. The dried fish beating was one of the best kdrama beatdowns ever.

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And the main secret how to enjoy it - is not take it too serious, because otherwise some things are really ridiculous. The girl is working, has a supervisor and obligations! Would that momhave done the same if Jang Mi have been for example a pilot or a surgeon?

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