She says she can’t face him now and they’ll talk later, and Ki-tae runs out of his house. Jang-mi finds Dad at the restaurant and says she wants to talk to her parents about Ki-tae, but he says Mom went to her future in-laws’ house. I just loveeeeee the type logo design!! TvN really does a gjob with their marketing designs.


Not sure yet how I feel about it, but I like the ending. I keep wishing to see Eunha a few minutes before the end and I’m glad that we saw her!!! She has a huge potential as a child. I wanna see what happened after, but I guess that’s the charm of this drama. This is the first drama that made me go on reddit on a weekly basis to discuss and share theories with others.

I just hope they don’t turn out to be a couple of eye sores. Yunno the kind that we want off screen as soon as they enter it. This show has some really pretty promo material. It cracks me up that there’s rope involved, especially since Yeon Woo-jin is really selling his character’s reluctance to get hitched. You know you love a show when you write so much about it without even mentioning one of the best scenes. He’s such a smooth guy all the time so whenever he gets uncomfortable or flustered it’s even more endearing.

Yeo-reum asks if he still has feelings for Jang-mi, but Hoon-dong says he’s mostly worried about his best friend. Yeo-reum smiles that Hoon-dong is the only one who doesn’t know what’s going on, and tells him to go talk to Ki-tae. Hoon-dong thinks he’s trying to horn in on his friendship with Ki-tae as well, and Yeo-reum just laughs. The next day, Jang-mi and Ki-tae’s mother go shopping for bedding, Jang-mi looking like she’d rather be getting a root canal right now. Her attempts to refuse Mom’s generosity are met with insistence that she just wants to do something nice for them, so she’s forced to accept. Ki-tae’s family drives home in silence until Grandma can’t hold it in anymore and dissolves in adorable giggles, which sets off Aunt Mi-jung, and even Dad grins at how ridiculously the meeting went.


I think you make a really good point that even now, KiTae still doesn’t have the respect and consideration for his mother that he should. The two of them still have a long way to go (and I’m still waiting for cheating dad to get the boot) and I’m hoping JangMi will help them get there. I also am very curious to see how the OTP manages to reconcile their families to the idea of the two of them being together now.

It’s gonna be a while, but I hope they’ll eventually prevail because their families were much happier when this wedding was to happen, than now that its broken. If someone sleeps around a lot it still doesnt mean he wants to sleep with you. Maybe rape was too strong of a word, but it wasnt a consensual sex. Had they BOTH been drunk, maybe it was a drunk sex. I honestly didnt mind it that much because hoondong didnt, so who am i to judge.

Hoon-dong makes every effort to sing and dance for more bids, but it gets uncomfortably pathetic. Finally the MC suggests he jump in the pool, and Hoon-dong agrees, making sure to say vaguely that he’s jumping for “her,” and she knows who she is. The guys see his player tactics from a mile away. Still, Hyun-hee is flirting in her own way, and smiles when he buys a bunch of wallets to contribute to the charity auction. Thankfully for us, Ki-tae’s family is so nuts that his aunt is currently following them, so they have to go on a date to keep up appearances. Over dinner and wine, Ki-tae notices how Jang-mi is constantly going out of her way to help others and muses that she lives for approval and probably gets used often.

Why can’t a married couple go to a motel? I’m confused by that woman’s reaction. I think they went on the walk to the karaoke first then he tried again at home. He offered the bottle of wine to his daughter then asked his wife to go out.

It might be the writing, the acting or a combination of both but they have not added anything aside from being plot devices. Putting that weakness aside there are many things I loved about the show. For me, the last episode is a little bit dragging because CJW and DHS scene were so little, only at the end.

Marriage Not Dating: Episode 6

I actually didn’t think she wanted to hear „You are pretty“ from KT at all. I thought she was still too blinded by KT’s pretty to want that type of attention from KT. Hmmmm….because her kiss (her kiss) is on his lips may have changed HER as much as HIM. Con’t…act like they’re the only two people there. Unless he don’t want to admit there can be a woman who’s not really interested in him because he grabs people’s attention wherever he goes.

The busybody Gong ladies, who have been complaining about everything, now take offense that the family’s only heir is marrying a bar owner. Jang-mi’s mom hollers at them, “What’s wrong with a bar?! ” Hyun-hee stands to defend her friend, which is the first Hoon-dong’s mother has heard of her involvement in the bar, and soon the entire wedding has been taken over by fights and bickering. After a successful surgery, Jang-mi’s dad cuts fruit for Mom and tells her his plan to open a pizza delivery place. She grouches that it’s not much better than chicken and lets him know that she still hates him, but she’s taking him back so as not to burden Jang-mi. She says she’ll use the money from selling the chicken place for Jang-mi’s wedding, asserting that she only objected because Ki-tae’s mother was so rude and whoops, there she is, come to visit.

By episode 16, Hyun Soo had no clear identity of his own, he had no understanding of himself that he could trust … And he had no, personally held, memories of the last 14 years … So he could not have just have returned to his life as though nothing had happened.