Please, please, drama Gods, bless my heart because I can take no more angst. So frustrating when I actually loved his bromance with Ki-tae and his friendship with both the leads. But this time Hoon-dong actually looks conflicted and swears he just needs time to think. Not too many tears, please, show! I felt so sorry for him during the cooking competition because he was the one who suggested it in the first place, and even though he didn't need any help, the judge is not supposed to be helping the contestants. I knew from her absence during the episode that she was gonna show up at the end and mess things up. So funny how Ki-tae checks under the covers to make sure Jang-mi is dressed and his denials of anything happening are true, hee. Direct marriage to access links to have a scandal by exposing the.
Yes, Ki-tae and Jang-mi shouldn't have let this ruse go on so long, but it was their secret to keep and their secret to tell. But Jang-mi is all riled up now, and confronts Mistress for daring to insult the woman who is trying to keep her family together while Mistress destroys it. He then comes up with a plan to introduce Joo Jang Mi, whom he thinks will never be approved by his family. I thought Jang Mi was going to step trough the door any minute. But alas, that was not so… On the whole, though, I'm not that disappointed with how things turned out this episode, excluding Se-ah's involvement. Yeah, I can pretty much attribute every failing of this drama to the writing of Se-ah's character. I was laughing so hard because I haven't seen such a funny hair pulling scene in these dramas for quite awhile.
Jang-Mi with her sunnier disposition, bounces back more easily. I should've suspected then and there that everything would come crashing down on us! I don't see how someone can be that shameless. I never found them too irritating or important, really. Also all I have to do is think about Gong Ki-tae and Joo Jang-mi this episode and I'm happy. That's something Hyun Hee should hear, her social ladder climbing spree has to stop.
He and Se-ah both are just so selfish. He is the nice second lead who loses their head when they realize they're not the person first lead wants to be with. Mom and Mistress see each other and both visibly start, and Mom turns to go but Mistress asks her snidely if she needs her ring again. Loved Ki Tae's mom smack down with her husband's skanky mistress. The man is suppose to propose, not the woman who has already been dumped down three years ago.
I actually thought he was asleep. 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. Well, I don't even have words to describe my disgusts. But I could not be more bored by Mamma's Boy who could have been dispensed with after episode 1 from a plot point-of-view and Gold-digger why have a female best friend if she's not gonna be awesome - I've never seen a more pointless character in a k-drama than this one, and I like this actress a lot -- it's the writer's crime. She just needs to go, and I'm glad Ki-tae finally had the sense to tell her to never appear in front of him again.
Thanks for covering this week's episodes, LollyPip! I question whether he was really drunk if he was coherent enough to pull her in for hugs twice. And the scene after, where she broke out laughing, was one of the most heartwarming of the series. Just wanna make sure I don't watch anything in which she plays a significant role. So glad to see Mom starting to reclaim her self. Dad adorably snuggles up on Mom, who protests but allows it. But now they're not only meddling with Ki-tae and Jang-mi's relationship, they're actually ruining it.
Diger kizin her seyi anlatmasi iyi olmadi. My problem was that Jang-mi and Ki-tae's growing affection made sense in terms of contract-marriage world you spend enough time together, you're bound to develop feelings but not in terms of emotional connection -- at least not for Jang-mi, not when Mr. Usually, the family finds the contract and that just means it's time for the respective couple's allotted separation time. Ki-tae goes home to find Yeo-reum packed to move and gives him the money he promised, telling him to just take it since he won the bet. There are dramas which I loved for the storyline, for the cinematography, for the acting, or for the great directing. But on the bright side I'm happy Mama finally beat the side chick up I really hate home wreckers hopefully next week is better? Ki Tae's mom had a cathartic effect on her bottled up emotions. By the way, anybody knows the name of the song the Yeo Reum sang when they were singing in the karaoke bar? Btw, who is the actress who plays the store manager? Ki-tae calls Jang-mi to invite her to his place after she gets off work, and she agrees since she wants to talk to him too.
Ki Tae preparing for his proposal had me melting. You go, Mom, for pulling that homewrecker's hair. I feel like I still haven't figured out Hyun-hee. The guys play mook-jji-bba, a rock-paper-scissors game with tougher rules, and proceed to get staggering drunk. At this point, I don't even want him for Jangmi. I have not detested a second lead girl in so long, and I'm kind of sad it's in a drama that felt like it was gonna be different from the norm.
He remembers the first time he met Jang-mi, when she had decorated an entire hotel suite similarly, and smiles to himself. I'm super happy that Jang-mi has also admitted that she likes Ki-tae. December 31st, not marriage, marriage, review drama marriage, written by exposing the shocking broadcast. He begs her to let him stay, and she wonders where the guy who wanted to be alone went. I was rolling laughing and rooting for our two heroines. She thanks Ki-tae for making it happen, and he runs with the moment and tries to put an arm around her, only to get barked at to get out now.