grupoavigase.com/includes/366/859-habitaciones-de-chicos.php Pretty sure she just invented a whole new level of passive-aggression. He leans in but her phone rings, and she shoves him away to freak out that someone is calling her, OMG, what strange timing! He refuses to let Ki-tae talk to Jang-mi, so Ki-tae tells Yeo-reum that her mom is choosing a wedding date. Jang-mi bursts in, and the fortuneteller immediately says that luck follows her, and suddenly Ki-tae looks more interested. Dude, her mom is right there. On their way out, Jang-mi fusses that she thought Mom was against the marriage, but Ki-tae is all smiles as he fawns over Mom.
She runs home and gives her husband her best aegyo to get his attention Dad: He offers to get a loan with the house as collateral, but Mom says she already applied for one and they also need one on the restaurant. He tells Jang-mi to actually say that to his mother when she asks. Jang-mi agrees, since it would be a clean way out of the fake engagement. Hoon-dong and Ki-tae drink and have pretty much the exact same conversation — except Hoon-dong thinks Ki-tae is in love with Yeo-reum.
Ki-tae staggers home to find Jang-mi asleep on his couch, and he watches her sleep for a moment. He starts to get upset, but his mother finds them and tells him to hide his facial expression and voice, or everyone will find out. Ki-tae is devastated to know that his father is a cheater and his mother knew. They stand in that moment, neither speaking, and neither of them notices that Se-ah and Yeo-reum have walked in.
When they arrive, Ki-tae says that since this is the last time, she has his permission to make the biggest scene she can. Ki-tae, Jang-mi, Aunt Mi-jung, and Grandma all sit in uncomfortable silence while Mom casually cleans a trio of large ornamental stones. Grandma asks if Jang-mi is really here for the pink diamond, which Jang-mi confirms, and Mom blandly says that she finds her request quite bold. Everyone looks shocked, not knowing how Mom got the pink diamond.
Jang-mi asks if the ring truly has special meaning for her, and Mom says that it is and asks her to treat it as precious. Jang-mi takes the ring and sets it on the table, then suddenly grabs one of the stone ornaments and raises it over her head. Before anyone can react, she smashes it down onto the ring. Everyone gasps in shock, but when Jang-mi lifts the stone, we see that the pink diamond is dust — it was a fake.
Mom asks Ki-tae what his intention was to have Jang-mi ask for the ring, for the first time showing some emotion as her voice starts to shake. Her voice gets high and strained as she says she understands that Mom wants Ki-tae to be happy, but that she needs to be happy first, and not just look happy. Mom tries to hold her carefully neutral expression, but her iron control slips and tears start to fall. Grandma tries to interrupt but Jang-mi has one more thing to say. Jang-mi leaves and Ki-tae follows her.
Mom gets up without a word and goes to her room, and for the first time in probably many years, gives in to her emotions and cries great, wracking sobs of pain. Jang-mi cries outside, but when Ki-tae finds her she slaps on a happy expression and asks how her final performance went. Jang-mi says that this was the last time, and holds out her hand for him to shake.
Ki-tae silently takes her hand, then pulls her in for a hug. But in this episode, we got to see exactly why she objects to Jang-mi; it has nothing to do with Jang-mi, and everything to do with her fear that her son will end up alone or in a loveless marriage. With her strong reservations that the engagement happened so quickly, she was thrown into panic that her son would make a rash decision and marry without real love, and I can see why Mom defaulted to Se-ah, who does still care for Ki-tae.
So now we know, for the most part, what makes Jang-mi and Ki-tae the way they are, why one is so afraid of being alone and the other is terrified of commitment. Now we get to watch them try to find their way to each other, which is always my favorite part of any drama.
Jang-mi is such a caring, loving person, so I was expecting that she would realize her feelings first and have to get grumpy Ki-tae to come out of his shell.
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That's the Jang Mi I know and love. Looking out for both Mom and Ki Tae, she is so part of the family. I love, but at the same time it is so sad, how Jang Mi is the only person who gets Mom. Her son shuns her, and her mother-in-law and sister-in-law never bother to comfort her even when they know full well her husband is cheating on her. She is literally all alone, at least until Jang Mi becomes her daughter-in-law, then she will finally have someone to confide in.
I love when Ki Tae told Jang Mi the truth about the ring. Slowly but surely letting her into his life, revealing secrets that Se Ah doesn't even know. Did Se Ah overhear, by the way? This is why he wants to live alone. This is why he never wants to get married. And this is why Grandma says it's all her fault -- because she gave birth to his cheating father. His father is such an asshole. Thank goodness it was Grandma who caught them because I fully expect her to support our couple, instead of Mom who caught them, even though she suspects they were fake all along.
I wanted to assure Grandma, "Don't worry. They're in love with each other, so it's not really fake. I wish Hyun Hee's pregnancy test had false positive results. I know people get married every day over unplanned pregnancies, which is not a solid foundation for marriage, but besides the fact that Hoon Dong doesn't even love her, they haven't even known each other for that long. What was he thinking trying to have sex in a monastery!?
I will never understand why she was so attracted to him in the first place knowing how awful he treated Jang Mi, unless she is in it for his money. I get the feeling she is embarrassed of her working class parents, which led her to make up a profession for them and decline the family meeting.
Every member of our cast has parental issues cheating, fighting, abandoning. But most of all, I wish Hyun Hee would be a better friend to Jang Mi instead of always making everything about herself. Why didn't you tell me about your fake engagement? I'm so relieved she has Ki Tae. Unfairness to HD, and lovelessness aside Especially given HD's unsavory track record, his general brainlessness whatever comes upon ANY idiot to strip casually for sex in a temple? Well, she told him up front that she wasn't a nice girl. That she got pregnant after she got him rip-roaring drunk, then named her unborn baby "Luxury" sheds some light on what she meant by that.
At the shop she was talking about getting 'promoted quickly' before she's out-of-season and is sent to the discount outlet. I couldn't tell from the subs whether she was talking about literal job promotion, or about quickly marrying-up while she's young. I kinda assumed it was the latter. I felt it was poetic justice - the mom was so against Jang Mi because of her "unsuitability," and when the mom drives off Jang Mi she gets someone quite a bit worse.
This show doles out the irony in large, lovely, bittersweet dollops - like how mom's careful, well-reasoned choice for Ki Tae's bride is the worst one possible, and how Ki Tae's fortress of solitude keeps bringing everyone together. I finally appreciate his acting through this episode. JinWoon fans around the world are making GIFs of that scene for wallpaper! I have been crazy enough of scrolling around youtube watching clips and mv by so many fans and re-watching some snapshots of this loveable drama Each time its Hoon-dong, apparently there will be some sound effect that follows!
I'm not even positive she's pregnant. She could have had someone else pee on that stick and drove up. She clearly states she is looking for a way out of the department store job. Yep, I got the uncomfortable feeling she was lying through her teeth this whole episode. I really hope it turns out to be fake actually, cause then we can deal with the fall out and maybe finally get some insight into Hyun Hee's character. From the scenes it should be obvious the writers are doing this on purpose but I don't really know Korean culture so I can say it definitively.. I don't think she's actually pregnant , it's all a lie because first she brought that test from her handbag, it was already open and then she obviously let it in tve bathroom , then again she said she doesn't have any morning sickness yet , add to that the fact that she doesn't want them to meet her family and to rush out the wedding!
Ah I think she's the character I hate the most from the start. I'm pretty sure HyunHee isn't ashamed of 'inadequate' parents, she's ashamed of having no parents. The fact that Jangmi has also been told about leads me to think she's an orphan and hiding which makes sense if she wants to marry up, since having no 'blood family' is still very looked down upon in Korea. My mom and I watched this and both assumed she must be an orphan, since there is still some level of taboo associated with having no parents in Korea which really needs to change because what fault do the kids have?
That being said, I think Hyunhee is the most useless character in the drama. If you took her out, nothing much would really change at this point. And I feel like that about Yeoreum to some extent I guess he's cute, but I feel like he's in the drama just so that there is "the other guy" element.
Maybe if a better actor played the character, I would buy it more. His fake smile and wooden demeanor have given Yeoreum an unnaturally creepy vibe that does not fit with this drama at all. It's as if a drug dealer extra from Heartless City has wandered over to this set and is helping himself to food and a few stolen kisses to pass the time. Creepy is the same vibe I get from him. I have never liked his character partly because of his poor acting.
He is the only one in this drama that I think is seriously out of place. The show's cast includes Lee Yeon-kyung as Hyun-hee's mother. Not that this necessarily means anything I don't think that when grandma said "it is all my fault" she was referring giving birth to his hidous son. I think the mistress was the one he wanted the marry, but she did not let her son marry her and forced him to marry Gi-Tae's mom. We had seen in couple of scenes where the mistress iwas trying to convince herself, love has different forms and there does not need to be marriage for a love to be valid.
Also, I think that that's why grandma is supportive of jang-mi and Gitae's marriage. She does not want mom to do the same mistake she did and let Gi-tae marry for love. You really nailed it. I'm very excited to watch the next 2 episodes this week. Usually I can't wait for Friday coz looking forward to the weekend! Yes, I am that bad, that I hardly bother to watch again any story I have watched but this one, goodness His suit - in episode 8, where he stole Jang-mi away from picnicking with HY, and he still wore the same when Jang-mi ran away in the wedding gown and chasing them to the beach e.
Poor girl, so pretty and yet given such role: Splashing water, drinks, wine etc onto another person I think I have been watching similar thingey in so many variotions! MND - in episode 1, Gi-tae being prepared to receive the splash! This is seriously unhealthy. I'm really getting concerned about how obsessed I am with this drama. I freakin' loved this episode.
I know that some people wrote on the last recap about how they wished that Ki-tae had just talked about his feelings with Jang-mi instead of kissing her, but I actually like how things went. A part of it is just my love for the fun stage when they're both flustered and denying their feelings, but the main reason why I'm glad is because I think if Ki-tae suddenly just told her how he felt about her it would almost be like skipping a huge step for me.
I like that it isn't an easy fix with Ki-tae and think that before he can even think about being honest with his feelings for Jang-mi and pursuing her, he needs to first let out the emotions and the truths that he's been forced to keep hidden all this time. That's why this episode did everything I wanted it to and then some. Their heart-to-heart was so lovely and rewarding in and of itself, but then that confrontation with Ki-tae's mom at the end and their hug! They seriously took their relationship to whole new levels this episode and I can't wait for more. No, I mean it. I seriously can't wait!
Also, it needs to be said. ALL of his family's issues are his fault and he's just off with his mistress! I mean, does he even understand the concept of caring for other's happiness?! This is his family! I hope that Ki-tae's mom breaks free, and that Jang-mi's influence and Ki-tae's growth over the next few episodes lead to a real shake-up of the priorities in that household. I especially would like to see Ki-tae take the initiative to break through his mother's walls because only then do I think they'll both finally begin to heal.
Any scene involving Hoon-dong's misunderstanding about Ki-tae and Yeo-Reum!!! Especially when Ki-tae was reaching for him, the sound effects were priceless! Please let this be an ongoing misunderstanding! It's funnier when you consider the fact that Hoon-dong is the one who kissed Yeo-reum this episode LOL! Honestly, all of Hoon-dong's scenes were hilarious this episode: Ki-tae's face when the Shaman told him about his and Jang-mi's sexual affinity!!! Anyway, now that they know, shouldn't they get down to business?
Love the reversal with Jang-mi saving Ki-tae from the bike!
Both those scenes got me thinking that it would be really funny if there was just this Aw, Jang-mi's scene with her mom was wonderful. I know her and the dad made some mistakes, but they clearly care for Jang-mi a lot and I am loving the growing relationship between Ki-tae and her mom: Love how Ki-tae came home to find Jang-mi there, and just gave her this look like he was so happy she was there to keep him company: Lastly, everything about the ending was just perfect!!! It was so wonderfully heartfelt. When Ki-tae finally told Jang-mi about everything that happened, it was so satisfying.
And, I think, all the more so for how long it took him to finally speak. When he said that part about not being able to let out emotion or the truth, I could just feel how long he's kept that in so keenly. And then how she just took his hand and, probably, for the first time in years let him hear the words "It's okay. You can let it out".
It's just too lovely. They are my favorite couple so far this year. I love how it led perfectly to that confrontation at the end. That scene managed to have me cheering for Jang-mi one moment, then crying for Ki-tae's mom the next seriously, Kim Hae-Sook, how do you do it? LOL, I love how the moment cuts off so abruptly with grandma's discovery though. Totally wasn't expecting it haha! Now this development is going to make things very interesting next week!
I really enjoy watching KT and Jm together because they're so comfortable with each other! They seem real in the sense that they don't do anything lovely dovey [yet! They have a mutual understanding for each other. The kind of comfort you get with a best friend I'm living every moment between kt and jm.. The bike scene where I think it was the same guy that rode by was classic having jm save kt.. The look on his face with the fortune teller had me balling out..
I started crying out of laughter.. It was a nice detail how his body language in the last scene bookended his body language during their first kiss in the field. There, although sparks started to fly, he kissed her in a calculating way, with one arm engaged and the other oddly e motionless by his side. The ending hug started out the same way, but then morphed when he decided to open up, go all-in, and not let her go.
It was such a perfect mirror for how his feelings had fully evolved and bookend to the moment when those feelings started. In my mind Lee Seung Gi has always been the undisputed king of delivering great Dramaland hugs. But it looks like he may have some competition. How safe and secure does she feel to come over to kt house when she is drunk.. If this was hh and hoon it might be a different story but I was hoping she would of fake staying asleep so he was able to store her hair her..
Someone on Viki commented "You know you want to come home to that every night. To want someone to be there when he comes home after a hard day at work to share his troubles and triumphs with. Wow I like everything you mentioned! Especially the last parts btw Jang mi, Gi tae and his mom.
It's just wonderfully heartfelt, I actually cry along with his mom. Obviously JM is the type of person that both Gi tae and his mom need long ago. Ki-tae's father is a problem but a bit differently than you say, at least for me. In a show full of interesting, layered characters, he's practically the ONLY one with no back story, no layers, nothing. I have no idea what makes him tick, what made him like this.
At first it looked like maybe he escaped his marriage to cheating which is a common way to men escape unhappy life in home , but in this episode he was just creepy creep and nothing else. And I'm not saying we should sympathize with his cheating but that cheaters are usually people, too, and many have at least some redeeming qualities and sometimes you can at least understand WHY they are doing it even if it cannot be condoned.
But when it comes to Ki-tae's dad, nope, nothing like this. He's just a creep. I thought they've implied that she had family money, but he didn't. And it seems like she's from a different sphere than them. I wonder if he married for money, thus their conflict is about love. That'd make them the opposite of JM's parents, who married for love, and fight about money. Was lol at another comment that a cyclist isn't exactly a tiger to warrant those reactions Wholehearted and genuine this time on Ki-tae's part with BOTH his arms in a heartfelt embrace instead of that ONE arm kiss from the time aunt was watching.
I agree with all that you wrote especially the "highlighted" parts! Yes, to watch how their feelings and understanding grow towards each other, their actions speak louder than words The one that really understands him and the one that makes him not want to live alone again. I felt so heart wrenching watching him - realising that Jang-mi is on the couch as if waiting for him and him watching Jang-mi and stroking her gently I totally agree that the father is the worst character of the bunch, and he's just as manipulative as his wife.
For me, the honor, "worst character of the bunch," goes to Jangmi's mother - the kind who is social-climbing, greed-driven, and incapable of feeling any shame. How can you be sure that Jangmi's mother even loves her daughter? Is the woman even capable of maternal love? Gitae's mother really called it, and the ensuing cat-playing-with-the-mouse game was just delicious. I agree that Gi-tae's father is creepy. Kim Gab-Soo's protrayal of one of the most awesome step-fathers ever in Cinderella's Sister, makes his character here look so much worse.
And then there's angst like this that hits you in the heart and squeezes it tight and makes you want to come back for more. I can't wait to watch them feel their way toward each other in the coming episodes! This drama is getting better and better, something does not happen often in many current kdramas.
The best episode so far for me. All of the characters are different shades of grey, no one is black or white. I really enjoy every moment the character lives. Their problems, struggles and relationships are so relatable yet endearing to watch. Thank goodness Jang Mi is so patient with Gi Tae. Come on, admit it already. What else is there to lose since both have decided separate ways at the beginning. Hoon Dong goes from chicken jerk to fighter cock to marry Jang Mi's friend.
I don't get the regret JM's friend has to getting herself pregnant, don't you know you were the one who slept with him when he's drunk? I hope this is not some sick ploy to get him. And finally, Yeo Rum has stopped smiling and show some angst and Gi Tae's mother sigh! Direct it at your jerk husband, lady! I loved this episode so much I had to rewatch some of the highlights. I love that KiTae is realizing his feelings and he is starting to act on them. The way he looks at her feels so genuine Kudos to Yeon WooJin for the awesome acting. Also JangMi is such a sweet lovable character.
I can't wait for next week's episode! KiTae's mom's story is truly heartbreaking. Her sobbing at the end of the episode really got me. I really hope that she is able to find happiness and get away from that sleazeball of a husband. I'm glad that Ki-tae and Jang-mi are sort of on the same page now. I'm glad they are more in tune with how they feel about each other, and the more we can get away from the second leads, the better.
Speaking of second leads, I know many people will feel sorry for Yeo-reum, but he really put himself in that situation. I give him kudos for pursuing the girl and being active unlike a lot of second leads. However, he entered this relationship knowing that the girl was semi-attached and therefore couldn't be with him completely. I partly blame her for leading him on, yes, but I give her slack because of her circumstances.
She was dumped humiliatingly, got dragged into a contract engagement with some guy she barely knew, and was being hit on by a hot youngster. Her feelings were clearly confused, but Yeo-reum wasn't. So I did not like it when he was pretending he didn't know about her feelings and blaming her for not hiding her "true feelings. Which leads me to my next gripe: Is this the only way to progress the story? There's gotta be other ways! Lastly, I felt sorry for Ki-tae's mom here. She's been kind of a controlling witch these last few episodes, so I'm happy to see a bit more depth thrown her way.
I maintain the hope that she and Jang-mi will eventually have a wonderful relationship, and if they don't, it would be a seriously wasted story in this drama. Would it kill drama writers to have a heroine who has healthy relationships with both her her mom AND her mother-in-law? I felt ep 9 was a drag for once, in this whole series , so ep 10 was very welcome for its catalystic "upswing". I am kinda of tired of them. Not his supporter, yet I also didn't see him as totally 'fake' even as in later episodes his constant smile was getting tired and irritating.
And frustration for YR's constant presence as 'rescuer' - from first kiss to soup incident where he was the one hugging even as Ki Tae was frantically worrying. Just felt that smile was his 'easy-going' way of masking all underlying issues, real and otherwise, including his won deep-seated vulnerabilities. But while I like her kindness, gung ho spunk and totally relate to her bzbody tendencies to help and save people, I also think Jang Mi should take responsibility for her flakey partner decisions and blowing hot-cold.
Afterall she is the one constantly reassuring YR that it's all fake and choosing to cosy up to him on couch in Ki Tae's living room while ostracizing Ki Tae. Then upon realisation that Ki Tae's kisses were the real thing While I was getting increasingly annoyed with YR for his cockblocking presence and increasingly irritating grin, ep 9 changed my sympathies. What is the dude supposed to read from all that?!?
And Jang Mi going to all those lengths to drag Ki Tae from cafe to office - just to hide and not talk about the fact they kissed. Isn't that some of HER doing? Kt mom is second worse for me.. The lady doesn't deserve sympathy since she has prolonged the situation for god knows how long.. The mother does water necessary to avoid it. My guess is Yeo Reum won't object as much as Ki Tae who seems way more possessive, and YR also seems at home and likely to fit a bromance I actually loved that the last straw for him wasn't the kiss remember, in an earlier episode he said it didn't matter if KT and JM had slept together.
What hurt him was seeing JM make such an emotional connection with KT. And in my youth, I was - at one time or another - on both sides of that couple where one is slowly falling for someone else, which made that 'barging in' scene particularly painful to watch. How can a show be so funny and still make cry when it hits certain notes? This show and It's Okay That's Love know exactly which heartstrings to pull at and I will probably rewatch this drama once it's over.
Words also cannot describe how much I appreciate Jang Mias a character and a person. She's not afraid to overstep certain boundaries for the good of other people and she always means well regardless of the results. I can't wait until our OTP is officially together because from what we've seen so far, they're bound to be even more adorable and precious then they already are. Thanksssss lollypipppp here ill give you a nemo kiss.
I agree with you that this show just gets better!!! I mean on ep 7 and 8 i lost a little interest bc everyone seemed flat and was just there to separate our leads but these last two eps just proved that i was wrong!
We're given backgrounds of the questionable actions we saw on ep 7 and 8. I have like a thesis on this show but now i just need to. Thanks for the great recap! I noticed you didn't comment much about Hyun-Hee. For some reason, I kept feeling her character is very manipulative.
I never fully trust what she's saying or her feelings toward Hoon-dong are genuine. Every action seems calculated. Not sure if it's just me feeling that way or anyone else sharing the same feeling. I wondered about them and concluded that they probably got more uneven because of increasing exhaustion from the filming schedule. I have uneven eyes too and hate it when they are magnified through my eyeglasses.
Actually, in this episode, it looked like a lot of eyes were very strange. Thanks for the recap! I think this episode brought a lot of things to light, especially the parallels between the characters have with each other. We now know that Yeo Reum is imperfect for Jang Mi in every way, because he chose to ignore the fact that he saw her and Gi Tae falling in love and pretend that everything was okay-much like what Se Ah and mom-in-law do, and what Gi Tae and Jang Mi hate most about their previous partners.
Jang Mi doesn't want someone to overlook her action, she needs someone who acknowledges them and does something about them, because she is just emotional that way, and whereas we see that Gi Tae is now changing for the better as well, that doesn't seem to be the truth with the Se Ah or Yeo Reum. Yeo Reum also finally seems like no more than a flimsy shield that Jang Mi keeps between herself and her emotions for Gi Tae-a way for her to deflect the affection she feels for him sue to the fear that they won't be reciprocated as seen by the last seen where Jang Mi said she was happy she could finally go back to Yeo Reum, even though she now knows she really doesn't feel anything for him at all I was also really happy that for once, we see that mom-in-law finally let her emotions out,and what made me even happier was that Jang Mi was the cause of it.
I was also glad that we were finally getting rid of the are-we-getting-married-or-not plot because 1. It was getting boring and 2. Saranghae, Gi Tae and Jang Mi, and I look forward to seeing you finally confess to each other and yourself what your true feelings are! You know it's messed up when even Hyeon Hee and her baby daddy can see the sparks-especially with how oblivious the latter is. I really hope the one posting recaps are always. Either its always girlfriday or lolypip. Otherwise their comments about the show won't be constant.
I notice in ep 9 girlfriday dissapointed with the show, then i read ep 10 recap lolypip is just in love with it. I appreciate your fast recaps though. Otherwise, we will be very confuse in which side dramabeans is, the love team, or the hate team. They said since they had so much on their plate thay they were splitting th recaps.. The recaps are very inconsistent but since we have comments from the people ot remains true.. I didn't care much for girlfriend review the other day but at least I saw everyone else's thoughts which stays constant week to week.
Ooooh, I loved her review. Thought it was hilarious. The recap was wry and pithy Stylistically it was a perfect complement to her comments. Plus she did a great job explaining the problems she saw in the show's recent episodes. I also had been feeling like the show was losing a little of it's mojo; but trying to figure out exactly why would have required way too much time. She easily explained the why. That's what makes Dramabeans, Dramabeans.
I dunno, I like that when a show is recapped by more than one writer, we get different opinions and viewpoints. I hate it when people expect u to agree with their views or having to keep the widest mind open or else they call u closed minded.. Even when gf and jb took turns on recapping any drama, I always kinda knew from the tone ights. And it was part of the fun reading their seperate insights. It took steam away from the convincing narration so far. That's the best part - wrangling over interpretations and sometimes arriving at new conclusions because of someone else's perspective.
Totally on board with seeing how other people view the same thing jm looking at.. When if they were against the show I would still like to argue my point instead of jus calling someone e closed minded since we don't view it in the same manner.. I rather argue over something I believe in rather then jus always agreeing..
I don't think DB as a site wants to be clearly on a side or another. Some of the saddest moments for me reading DB are when people fight because they view the other commenter as against them, rather than a fan with different opinions and tastes. I prefer hearing 2 opinions: It's good to hear different sides and I find myself kind of in the center of girlfriday's and lolypip's opinions so it works perfectly for me. Been waiting for the recap since yesterday.. I understand all your feelings about the family but people still blaming the father for cheating and being th scum bag he is still needs to wait for the story to unfold..
I mean it's been three years since the incident with the dad when kt found out so it might have been goin on even longer then that.. Well thay story aside I love each character moment in this episode except HH.. Hoon is killing it for me in this show.. The guy is the most legit best friend I have scene and now he stepping up to the plate with hh.. I think that kiss with yr was the most sincere for both charactera.. YR I can't even feel bad for.. I mean thay scene where he tells her she shouldn't of been caught should of been so much painful to watch but the delivery was so weak and it look like he never change his expression..
I really couldn't even tell if he was angry like he was still trying to look good for the camera. Seha had little screen time but she gave more of a delivery in the few lines that she had for me.. Onto kt for me.. This guy is doin justice for his previous roles I had seen him in.. I had such low expectations but he is blowing it up with all his expressions and emotions..
The bad kiss, fortune teller,bike scene, revealing his secret and that hug at the last scene are still so vivid in my mind.. JM has stole this show from the very beginning.. I think her bringing up yr each time she talks about having to spare people's feelings and living her life is because she is trying to convince herself that yr is for her.. Ugh I have never ever wrote this much about a show let alone an episode this its too good not to state my opinion and listen to others..
I'm looking at different sites and reading comments from viki, mydramalist, dramafire and so on.. I rather re watch some of the old episodes then the currently running ones Sorry one last thing-Jang Mi knows, now, too that Yeo Reum ain't the one for her, cause nobody saw her running off to console him after Se Ah and him walked in on Gi Tae and her having a moment. I actually wanted the writers to do something different with Hyun-hee's and Hoon-dong's situation. I wanted an emotional investment. Sure this is a romantic comedy but Hyun-hee's and Hoon-dong's situation could have been made into a fresh story.
I don't like how he just did a turn about how he felt about Hyun-hee the moment he found out about the kid, i am sure some may disagree. But i wanted them to work through the two's relationship. Every couple in the show is in a different situation, I would have personally preferred it if Hoon-dong was a bit angry at first, he had nothing to apologize about she put herself in the situation when she decided to take advantage of him. Their storyline would have satisfied me if we could see their struggle as they try to accept their new reality.
Maybe try having them come to an agreement like normal adults, Or just make them the couple in the single parent situation, where it shows yeah they may share a child but it doesn't mean they have to marry and that they could both take care of the child without any bitterness between them. IDK I just feel like their situation could have been executed in a better fashion, then it was.
Sometimes writers fall in love with a character or characters and sometimes they just lose interest in one or more. I think that may have happened here as almost nothing of interest has happened with the secondary characters -- even the pregnancy seems tossed in and underwritten. The focus has been pretty intensely on the leads and their parents since the 3rd episode. I think they are gradually revealing each characters cards but since our leads haven't had as much back story as other shows this episode mad up it.. I think part of the issue with HoonDong's reaction is that HE doesn't seem to think that he was taken advantage of.
We know that HyunHee plied him with drinks until he was too wasted to be able to really consent to what he was doing but he wasn't paying enough attention at the time to realize that she wasn't drinking so I suspect that he believes that this pregnancy is the result of a mutual indiscretion, made worse by the fact that she keeps acting like she has genuine feelings for him so he believes that she really cares about him. If you look at it from that POV that he was just using spending time with her as a distraction from the stuff that went down with Jangmi, that he likes playing around but certainly wasn't serious about her and the fact that she's now pregnant because of one 'mistake' and not even as a result of a long term relationship AND the fact that she assumed he wouldn't step up and gave him an out at the temple , HoonDong probably thinks that this is the honorable way to deal with the situation.
We know that HH is manipulative and a big fat liar but he probably views her as a naive, idealistic girl who ended up in a less than ideal situation so his reaction to this development makes sense to me. That being said, I don't think this wedding is going to go off judging by the fact that HyunHee is still acting shady and that she basically admitted in this episode that she was looking to marry up now when she's still young and beautiful so that she won't be stuck poor and working at that department store forever.
And by the fact that HoonDong's mother is intent on making her life hell and breaking her before they can reach the wedding day. That being said, I also would have liked them to handle this situation differently but I think this plot line would always be un satisfying simply because HH is a terribly written, confusing character.
While watching this episode, I couldn't figure out if the writers wanted us to honestly sympathize with her or hate her for essentially trapping HoonDong in a despicable way. If she had clearer motives, we would know. Watch ' Marriage, Not Dating ' with our fast and smooth mobile player, optimized for your phone and tablet. How do you get your meddlesome family off your back?
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