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Jang-mi comes back to the restaurant that night and Yeo-reum sneaks a tiny bit of truffle for the dish he makes, and she marvels at how weird it smells but how good it tastes. Just as he shows her the truffles whole, the chef returns to the restaurant while bragging to someone on the phone that he got his hands on truffles. In their panic to run away, Jang-mi drops the entire package of truffles and tramples it underfoot.


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The chef wails to see his precious cargo squashed, and in the morning, he rats Yeo-reum out to Hoon-dong. He did take some of the truffle, but only out of curiosity. She happens to arrive just then and says Hyun-hee is waiting outside—she thought it was best for Hyun-hee not to get involved with him, but her feelings are sincere, so she warns Hoon-dong to treat her sincerely. Well, when you say it like that, it does seem to be all about you. He marches outside and apologizes to Hyun-hee for messing with her when he has feelings for someone else, and calls himself trash.

Hyun-hee leaves in tears, and Jang-mi wonders what the heck just happened. But she sees that he has his bags packed, and he confesses that he had to take out the security deposit on his apartment to pay for the truffles. Ki-tae plays video games at home, but his mind keeps wandering back to his kiss with Jang-mi. But he soon comes crashing back to reality when she says to come on in, and Yeo-reum walks through his door with luggage in tow. Ha, best-worst plan ever.

She complains that she wasted her lips on him, and he reminds her that this all started because he wants to be alone. Jang-mi feels terrible that Yeo-reum has nowhere to go because of her, and he calls them even for his part in helping Se-ah meddle. They cuddle just in time for Mom and Se-ah to pull up, and Ki-tae totally takes the opportunity to sneak an extra squeeze in there. Naturally Mom admits nothing of the sort, and remains aloof when Jang-mi suggests they ditch Ki-tae and spend a day shopping. So in they go, where Yeo-reum runs around the house touching everything, and Ki-tae follows him from room to room to tell him that everything, from washing to eating, is off-limits.

All he gets is the couch for eight hours at night. Mom asks after her father, and Se-ah says that he still likes Ki-tae very much and wants to recruit him to his hospital. Ki-tae eats his usual OCD breakfast and stops to ask what Yeo-reum is doing, and we see him sitting across the table just staring at him: Yeo-reum says that all his friends are girls, he never had a father to begin with, and his mother abandoned him. Ki-tae feels bad… for about three seconds, and snaps at him for using a sob story to get sympathy.

Yeo-reum smiles, noting that it worked on Jang-mi but not on Ki-tae. Yeo-reum tries to get a ride to work but gets left on the curb, and he chuckles to himself that Ki-tae is cute. Cutie pie spends the day coughing and sneezing, blaming Yeo-reum for the cold he caught because he stole the covers. He ends up leaving work early, and reminds the nurses to move the refrigerated supplies because the electricity will be shut off for the night for repairs.

So she hauls the pot with her, and Aunt starts making her try things on for the nice dinner that Mom has planned for her and Ki-tae. Meanwhile Mom calls Ki-tae and tells him about the dinner, and he convinces Jang-mi to just go along with it and make Mom buy her everything. Jang-mi tries to just go with the first dress so she can at least deliver the soup to Ki-tae, but Aunt makes her try every single thing in the store and haul the soup pot up and down the stairs, and then takes her to the salon where she makes them redo her hair and makeup about a thousand times.

Aunt waits for Jang-mi to fall asleep and steals her phone before sneaking out. Meanwhile Ki-tae arrives to dinner, and finds Se-ah waiting for him. In what universe is blackmailing your ex for his sperm a thing people do? Mom arrives first, and she and Se-ah sit there exchanging pleasantries while Ki-tae stands there in disbelief. He demands to know where Jang-mi is. Jang-mi wakes up at the clinic and wonders where everyone went. At eight, the power shuts off all at once, and Jang-mi stumbles her way to the door to call out for help.

She grows increasingly frightened and feels her way through the dark to look for a phone, and ends up spilling the pot of soup all over herself. Her panic starts to mount at being trapped all alone. Ki-tae blows up at them: Ki-tae tells him that Jang-mi is trapped inside, and together they pry the door open by force.

They split up to search for her inside, and Ki-tae runs everywhere calling her name, sick with worry. Aaaaaaah, you let the other guy hug her! He lets Yeo-reum use the kitchen just this once, and pretends not to be lured by the smell of delicious chicken pasta. But once Jang-mi busts out the wine, the mood brightens. Ki-tae wakes up with a coughing fit and ambles to the fridge in the middle of the night. Suddenly the question rings in his ear—the one asked by Hoon-dong, his nurse, then Jang-mi— Are you okay? Kyaaa, because you lurrrrve her.

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Quick, Ki-tae, do something about your feelings now, before you turn into Se-ah and start blackmailing exes to have their spawn so you can remain tied to them forever. And ever… and ever. Please tell me that admitting the truth out loud means that Se-ah can stop creeping me out now. But we see with Mom and Se-ah that this self-preservation comes at a steep price mostly, sanity. Your email address will not be published. Oh,thank God refreshing has finally paid off. I can finally go to bed happy at 6: Damn you K dramas messing with my sleep pattern.

I honestly thought we were going to have a threesime when they were feeding each other at the end. Not gonna lie, I kinda sorta want all three of them to live together and have a happy little well-fed family. It's a win-win for her. YR is a great cook, n and sing to her. KT needs to be loved, but he isn't gonna like it as a 3-some, is he? YR is like an adorable puppy who can cook and sing!

He's not substantial enough to be the sole boyfriend of Jang-mi, but after watching those three interact over dinner, I was like "this is the family that all three of these people desperately need. I think that the only way I'll be ok with YR continuing to take up so much screen time is if all three of them are together, drinking and eating and laughing. Ok maybe I'm the only one who doesn't mind the scenes with YR not just because he's so cute I swear! Meanwhile, as was pointed out in the recap, KT and Crazpants SA , also may serve the same purpose - as both struggle to maintain their pride, SA has clearly gone off the deep-end for it, while IF KT manages to deal with it noticing it is the first step, as you said!

Mom serves as the illustration of the future for this way of living. And OMG a show where I actually sympathize with the mean cock-blocking mother-in-law!! Never thought I'd encounter that! In my group of friends, I think i'm the only one who is not bothered by YR. My friends are annoyed at him with so much passion, i'm scared that I might eventually hate him. However, it didn't happen yet. I am still indifferent towards him and I enjoy his eye smiles. I don't mind YR that much either for the same reason as kepogee. Also is it just me or does anyone else here think that YR looks a bit like Rain the eyes and that sweet smile!

I think that he is a really interesting character, actually. He is a fun mixture of looks, positive attitude, charming behaviors, good - for- nothingness and a tough background. I liked all the scenes with him and I actually thought he was way too forgiving. I liked Yeo Reum's character from the beginning, actually. I'm extremely happy that Ki-Tae realizes his feelings first because I think that him caring for Jang Mi and dealing with it is a much bigger step for him towards change then it would be for Jang Mi. He's so determined to keep his fortress of solitude but admitting his feelings is already a large stride towards the right direction.

This drama has been such a wonderful surprise and I'm so glad I was introduced to it because it's been a while since I've been so obsessed. And in turn, Jang-mi will realize that just dating guy after guy is no guarantee she won't be alone. Real feelings and chemistry have to exist, and I don't believe she and Yeo-reum have that deep level of understanding that is necessary for them to keep going. As a matter of fact, I think that if she knew Ki-tae liked her, she would drop Yeo-reum in a heartbeat because of the connection and chemistry she has with Ki-tae.

Ki-tae insists on never liking her, and maybe she's accepted that, so she has no qualms about being with Yeo-reum in the meantime. If ki tae had step up back them it would of been gg.. I want more scenes with him and jang mi but having yr there to initiate his feelings was good but I don't want yr always in the scene with them anymore I find myself wanted to ff all the scenes of them but I don't want to miss anything between ki tae and jangmi. I think that's the general consensus with everyone on Yeo Reum haha! I think part of it is just due to the fact that Jinwoon a total cutie pie i love has VERY limited acting capabilities!

I feel like if the role had been given to an actor who could give Yeo Reum more depth we may not dislike his scenes with Jang Mi as much. It might jus be the bad acting that is putting everyone off.. The main guy is very poor at acting but the 2nd lead has come in and stolen a lot of the spotlight even the the otp was suppose to be the first guy.. I say hyun hee and YR are in the same acting category because they jus seem so boring but there for the pretty.

Haha YR smiling face scares me. He smiles in every scene. When he is sad he smiles. When he is yelled at he smiles. Is it part of the character because of the abandonment issues? Seriously, Show, can we clock in some more alone time for our couple please? I'm pretty sure she had more alone time with YR in this episode, but I'm letting it slide because at least it got KT all worked up.

YM spend too much time with YR already, it is not only irritating, it is getting boring as well! How many episodes we will see her kissing KT in the beginning and then hugging YR in the end. Even YM should realize there is something wrong with it. Time to come up with something fresh. I also cannot bear to look on YR smiling face!!

I am however still very curious as to how this will all play out. By the time Jang Mi falls for Ki Tae which I assume is the end game, she would have gone out with all 3 guys. Hmmmmmm Another thing, maybe cos it's a pet peeve of mine, Hated the fact that they didn't clean up after they ate. I mean, it's not even their house. That's just bad manners.

I wonder, though, if they might have been so tired after the scare she had and all the wine they drank? What bothered me most was how much of the pasta they left; Weren't they eating and drinking for a long time? I was just thinking that's not like JM and YR to let food go to waste. They were eating up a storm. Unless YR made more batches. What a lovely episode. Yeon Woo-jin's expressions were spot on haha! It was definitely his episode to shine. All of his reactions were awesome: I especially loved that moment when he was getting all bent out of shape over the massage chair, and she just pinches his sleeve and asks if he's okay, and then he just gets this look on this face as if he's been completely disarmed by her.

She just has this way of getting past his defenses now and I love that. She doesn't try to control his life, but she doesn't leave him alone either and I love that. Also the other big moment of the episode was definitely him exclaiming that she can't be left alone! I love this statement because it sets us up for Ki-tae's biggest conflict: Will he choose to live his life alone like he's always wanted or will he make sure that the person he cares about the most never has to be left alone again? Haha, the question you posed about Ki-tae's conflict makes it sound like the most epic thing in the world.

Great comments at the end on Ki-tae. I also like that he's the one who's fallen first, although I don't know how much more patient I can be with Jang-mi and Yeo-reum's relationship. I think it's great that she has another suitor because it's such a fantastic comedic situation, but I just don't get nor like Yeo-reum. First he was all mysterious and now he's a goofball? That transition was lost on me if there even was one.

He just makes me uncomfortable for some reason. Maybe it's because the drama he should've been in is Pasta. But seriously, I think I''ll be okay if we don't have a pasta-making scene each week. Also, I loved Ki-tae's snide remark about how people only make pasta so that they can look good in front of others! Now that Ki-tae's hooked, I'm waiting for Jang-mi to realize her feelings too.

And I hope his mom comes around. I really want to like her, and I hope the drama doesn't ruin her potential relationship with Jang-mi. I agree with YR's transition, he went from charming and mysterious waiter to adorable and pitiful puppy running around I actually want to see more of HD. It would be funny if he's the one that pulls JM and KT together. I find him YR annoying seriously every single time he smiles I smile I need some help???

I jus don't get exactly way it is he suppose to do for the show other then being pitied and homeless.. The guys 28 years old and a part timer.. His scene are more sad and unreal then anyone else.. He actually has some charm and character to him.. I don't quite get what his role is either, aside from being some kind of lost wannabe chef. What has he been doing for 28 years that the best he can do is a part time kitchen gofer.

That's what Let's Eat is for. And Ki-tae is our lead, but we don't see him performing plastic surgery every week! Sometimes I forget he even has a job. I actually like the 3rd lead from let's eat.. In this show she jus seems erratic immature.. If YR jus had more character or if the guy can act his role I probably feel different.. I'm glad i'm not the only one who doesn't like YR. For some reason his character just rubs me the wrong way and I can't really fathom what Jang-mi sees in him besides the superficial stuff.

He just seems so blah and without much substance despite his whole "I was abandoned as a child" sob story. I think the very points that you dislike about YR is exactly what the writers want you to pick up on. They want you to see the contrast between a superficial dating relationship compared to a real relationship that would lead to marriage.

And that comparison highlights the difference of depth between the two clearly. JM's interaction with YR is very superfically based where her interaction with KT is much deeper and emotionally moving. The true power of that really shined at the end of the last episode with that kiss. She had a choice of either nurturing her relationship with YR or KT.

But in the end she chose KT, why?

I actually predict that JM is going to get married to KT eventually She will be stuck in a situation where she could either go on with "protecting" KT or let go and move on with YR, but will push forward with KT in disregard of YR because of her emotional connection and bond with him. That wasn't how I read it at all - what I saw was her responding to her own baggage and rescuing someone in pain which is how she gets taken advantage of.

You know, for someone who keeps telling her not to get taken advantage of, Ki Tae takes advantage of her all the time. She's not letting herself get taken advantage of. She's actively making a choice to help someone that she's come to care about. Who hasn't been infatuated with someone who is great on paper but who ultimately we don't really connect with deeply?

What exactly makes for a lasting, healthy, loving, supportive long-haul relationship? This show is engaging in those questions on a much deeper level than we normally see in kdramaland, from its leads to its side characters. Both sets of parents represent opposite extremes neither of which are particularly healthy or loving: Ki-tae's parents have a relationship that is literally all about keeping up appearances. They are so emotionally and physically estranged from each other that they hardly even talk to each other, let alone fight with each other.

They are a prime example of all surface, no substance. Jang-mi's parents, on the other hand, are so wrapped up in their own emotions that they drive each other crazy and can't talk to each other without wanting to rip each other's throats out. They are an example of extreme emotional investment without an ounce of love. In order to root for their relationship, we need to see whether Jang-mi and Ki-tae are able to avoid these pitfalls. They are building a relationship on a foundation of knowing each other to the bone--and if they grow to love each other through this knowing, then they will truly have something special.

But in order for both to appreciate their relationship together, they need to learn to be vulnerable. Ki-tae has avoided being vulnerable with anyone because he was taught from a young age that doing so is the only way to be safe and happy. That's what is so heartbreaking about his attachment to his apartment.

When he was a child, being alone truly was the only way he could be remotely happy. Now that he is older, the coping mechanisms that got him through his childhood are no longer working for him. Jang-mi enjoys her superficial relationship with YR because it is safe. She gets to spend time with a nice guy and doesn't have to worry about him leaving her because honestly, she is not very emotionally invested in him.

I think that's how she so easily bounced back from discovering the deal between YR and Se-ah. Yes, she was sad and felt used, but it wasn't debilitating. Ki-tae, on the other hand, gets under her skin. She worries about him, she feels the need to protect him, but she also respects him. She's seen him at his worst and--perhaps even more terrifying, he's seen her at her worst. He truly has the potential to hurt her, so of course she is a little gun shy after getting hurt so royally in her last relationship.

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Not the word I'd use. Dating one of those damaged guys is anything but safe and Yeo Reum seems very damaged. I mean "safe" in the sense that her heart isn't on the line as much as it would be with Ki-tae--or as much as it was with Hoon-dong, even. Yes, Yeo-reum seems damaged, but you can't get hurt if you're not emotionally invested, and I get the sense that Jang-mi is not incredibly emotionally invested in YR. That may be in large part because he seems pretty guarded and has not allowed himself to become vulnerable with Jang-mi. It may also be because she got to know him as a playboy and is herself a bit guarded around him.

Whatever the reason, I think that carrying on a superficial relationship with someone regardless of how trustworthy they are often feels "safer" to those who've been hurt than being in a relationship that demands greater vulnerability. It can feel like here's more risk involved in a more substantial relationship, because the degree to which you open your heart is the degree to which you can be hurt. It's hard to say with his character because he seems like a bit of a cipher, but I don't think I know enough about YR to say whether he was attracted to JM because he genuinely likes her personality, or if he's intrigued by her explicitly because of all the drama surrounding her.

His particular brand of "damaged" seems to come with a tendency to keep people at arm's length. He doesn't strike me as someone who particularly wants to be known on a deeper level. Ki-tae has a similar tendency to put up walls, but seems completely uninterested in being coy or manipulative about it. It's possible that Yeo-reum is keeping Jang-mi at a distance because he's worried about her relationship with Ki-tae, but I think it is also possible that her unavailability is exactly what attracted him to her in the first place.

His character is completely dissolving itself from what I initially thougt.. I wanna go in se ha past a bit more to see how u turn out the way she did but it seems like yr and jang mi chose different paths after being abandon.. I think that was a reference to the classic French film, Jules and Jim, in which two men are madly in love with the same woman--and form a threesome, of sorts.

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The French even have the most well known expression for this type of scenario: Sometimes it means one person has relations with the two others separately, but it could also mean they have a threesome. A Korean short film starring our very own Yeon Woo Jin as a matter of fact. It always makes me smile and breaks my heart. This drama is just getting better and better. There is a spin to it that makes it realistic.

YWJ got some really good telling eyes! Within a split second; you can see the shift of emotions - frustration and confusion to googly and loving. I'd love to have him stare at me like that, tee hee. It's so enjoyable to see how KT is slowly opening up to his surroundings. Gi Tae pointedly says that he hates dealing with gold diggers since they are the worst, all while staring at Jang Mi, who is actually nodding her head in agreement! LOL He also continues to say that the girl he met was just so desperate to get married.

She even apologizes for interrupting his conversation! Ki Tae finds out that his aunt and mom are out to get him for a blind date they set up that night. He immediately tries to run away. Saying Goodbye Through a 3 rd Party. Jang Mi chases Gi Tae to ask him for an explanation. Gi Tae does this great countdown while answering all of her questions. When Jang Mi thinks that Hoon Dong is sick ha! How dramas have ruined us all!

It finally sinks in for Jang Mi that Hoon Dong ran away. Exasperated by her persistence, Ki Tae says. Yeo Reum on the other hand, finds all of this quite amusing and seems to take particular interest in Jang Mi. His mom decides to follow Jang Mi and actually invites her to their house for dinner and apologizes for her son. Just then, Gi Tae comes out and smacks him hard on the head! A long time coming! She thinks back to when they first met and when they were dating. He had taken her out to eat and tells her that he loves that she eats like a little piglet.

When her heels were too painful to walk in, he took off his shoes and exchanged them for her heels. She is determined to cut it off with that jerk and move on. Jang Mi walks up to the door and vacillates between whether or not she should enter. She even goes through this outward dialogue with herself, which makes her seem a bit more cray cray.

Gi Tae also pulls up and witnesses the whole encounter. Lady, do you even know your son?! She can finally see what kind of man he really is. Her shock and anger grows and is evidenced by that fact that the way she addresses him slowly changes, from calling him oppa to Lee Hoon Dong-shi to that jerk. She calls Hoon Dong out for being a coward and for avoiding her, a person that he date for a whole year, and that although she now knows what kind of person he is, she still wants to hear it from him directly.

Gi Tae, having watched all this with, what I can only describe as a worried expression, finally steps out of his car and looks at her with sympathy. Dad decides to get up and leave, it looks like he no longer lives with the family, which earns him an expressionless look from mom. Mom, disappointed in the no-show, decides to call the real estate agent. Damn girl, that stuff tastes like nail polish remover! She downs a beer right in front of the boys, who seem to be breaking a sweat, and now having some more liquid courage running through her, she chases Hoon Dong down with the glass bottle in her hand.

Hoon Dong waves for Gi Tae to come help but he gets ignored. Jang Mi is legitimately upset that he has made a fool out of her when she truly loved him and even dreamt of a future with him. Hoon Dong actually runs and hides in the bathroom while calling the police to report his stalker. Gi Tae tries to calm her down but instead gets hit in the face by the bottle. He takes her to his clinic to begin Operation: Fishpond, and gets his own petty revenge by marking up her face with all the things to fix. They decide on a wardrobe makeover instead, and even Ki-tae is a little impressed at how good she looks in the clothes he picks out.

He insists they keep up appearances in front of her friends too, so Jang-mi reluctantly lets him pay for the clothes in front of Hyun-hee. She maintains her composure for about three seconds before congratulating herself on the awesome performance. 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.

He gripes that every time she gets a little liquor in her she cuts down to banmal, and vows not to drink with her again. She takes Yeo-reum away for his shopping makeover, while Hoon-dong stews jealously in their wake. Yeo-reum jokes or fishes? In the end he pays for it himself. Still, Hyun-hee is flirting in her own way, and smiles when he buys a bunch of wallets to contribute to the charity auction. Jang-mi arrives dressed for the party and runs into Hoon-dong out in the street, and he apologizes sincerely, wanting to talk.

But Ki-tae arrives to whisk her away, and has to stop her from running back to Hoon-dong. She takes Hoon-dong to the party instead, both of them feeling the sting of rejection. Jang-mi is sure that Hoon-dong was about to say something important, and Ki-tae chides her for caving so easily at one apology. He reminds her not to get caught showing her true feelings if she wants to maintain her pond.

They arrive at the pool party, where they just run into Hoon-dong and Se-ah all over again. Jang-mi realizes that Hoon-dong only wanted to bring her here, and sees through his so-called apology. Ha, I love that he always enters a room to a dedicated power strut theme song. Jang-mi sighs that even Yeo-reum belonged to a different farm altogether. Hyun-hee arrives outside to deliver the wallets that Hoon-dong ordered, and angles for an invite. Yeo-reum already knows, hence the new suit paid for by Se-ah, while Ki-tae has to be forcibly pushed onto the stage to do his part, yunno, for charity.

The MC pits Ki-tae against Yeo-reum to raise the bids, and Ki-tae acts like this is the worst punishment known to man, while Yeo-reum enjoys the attention and handily dances his way to a cool 5,,won bid. Hoon-dong is forgotten about and put up for auction last, and no one bids on him. Hoon-dong makes every effort to sing and dance for more bids, but it gets uncomfortably pathetic.

The guys see his player tactics from a mile away. He leaps into the pool and lands in a huge belly flop, and suddenly he seems extra pathetic, standing there shivering in the water with no one to bid on him. A tear falls as she approaches, and she takes Hoon-dong by the wrist and leads him out of the pool. She brings him a towel to dry off and he thanks her for the rescue. She sees now that he was never truly sorry to begin with, and Hoon-dong just breezes that he thought they could be friends. She limps over to Ki-tae wearing only one shoe, and says she wants to call the whole thing off.

Ki-tae comes back and watches them with a long face. What a fun opening, full of surprising twists and turns, genuinely interesting characters, and a lightness that feels like a breath of fresh air. And she does crazy eyes so well. She takes nothing lying down, and speaks her mind with a sharpness that always leaves me satisfied and in her corner rather than feeling sorry for her, no matter how embarrassed she might have been at the outset.

And part of that is in keeping him from being too sympathetic, which is what I like about the writing. So… a normal guy. Your email address will not be published. Thanks for the recap. Can't wait until you catch up to episode 5! Just finished episode five, I am also glad it is now being recapped.

When I started it I really wasn't expecting much, and was so surprised how much I enjoyed it. Love the chemistry between the leads, Han groo is really funny, only other thing I have seen her in that I can recalled was scandal and I am glad she has gotten a leading role. Tvn really churns out some surprising dramas, this and high school king of savvy has become my favourites of the week. I can't believe you guys are recapping this!

You should check out "Killer K" from a few years ago. Han Groo is awesome, but in a totally different, Tarantino heroine kind of way. She was really underused in "Scandal," but it seems like this show's gonna be her new "Leading Lady" break out roll.

I kept checking Dramabeans several times a day hoping this would get recapped. I'd almost given up. I'd even resorted to leaving notes in other threads "hinting" if this could be recapped. Had no one to talk to about how awesome this drama is so thank you thank you thank you girlfriday and lollypip.

Lol i wanted to do the same for koalas playground. She keeps talking about a good rom com and I'm like hello? Everyone needs to check out this show. I died laughing at the end of episode 5. They're cold openings are so well done and not cliched lie most dramas. Now i get to to share the love. Thank you for recapping! I've been completely in love with this show since day 1. I hope it get's a lot of love. It has been a while since I watched a drama all over again like times in a week while waiting for the next episode to come..

Thanks for covering this show! I watched the first two episodes on a whim, and was surprised by how fun and charming it is! My current entertainment too - Fated To Love you and this one Marriage Without Dating I stumbled upon entirely by accident, because the captivating offerings out there were so dismal. Have yet to pick up High Sch King of Savvy the title put me off but will soon - seems an enjoyable ride for me.

My current entertainment too - Fated To Love you and this one Marriage Without Dating I stumbled upon entirely by accident, because the offerings out there were so dismal. Have yet to pick up High Sch King of Savvy the title put me off but will soon - seems like an enjoyable ride. I must've replayed that scene so much - you know where she's banging on the bathroom door with the beer bottle, and she's raging to come face to face with her jerk ex. Then, when the door finally opens My heart breaks as I watch her eyes Thank you girlfriday and LollyPip for agreeing to taking this show on: I was on the fence at first about the show and wanted to see what others were thinking.

Thankfully I watched until ep and realized that although the heroine is a clingy, stalking mess I couldn't help but root for her. She likes the 2nd? She doesn't try to change him and just accepts him as he is. When she gets knocked down she just feels sad then bounces right back I love it! I am so happy that it's being recapped here!! Such a refreshing show and it's absolutely hilarious. I think in addition to the witty banter and great comedy, the music choices have all been so awesome and just make each scene that much more hilarious and epic feeling lmao.

I totally agree that the music pieces bring up the lightness and freshness of the show I find Han Groo an amazing actress. I've not watched any of her other shows, but I might do so. She is a young actress with great potential to continue to be the lead. Fantastic writing and directing too. I really enjoy this show for the insanity it is. Jang-mi is a wonderful character that you can't help but root for.

Yeah, I cringed a lot at her stalker-tendencies, but at the same time, there is such a realness to her that I can't be bothered too much by her flaws. She's so full of gusto and good intentions. I love the banter between her and Ki-tae, who is also a great character in his own right. I find his honesty however brutal refreshing since it's rare for male characters to be that way in many dramas.

He's got his assy flaws, but like Jang-mi, he has that realness as well. I'm anxiously waiting for the moment they fall in love! I agree about KiTae's honesty. I mean, he definitely could use some tact but a lot of the things he says to JangMi, she really needs to hear.

And the same goes for her calling him out on some of the things he does. It's nice to see a show actually acknowledging when people overstep their boundaries and not just ignoring it or treating it like cute or endearing behavior. Thank you so much for the recap. I'm loving this show because the characters are so fun to watch. Gi Tae's actions may be embarassing but her sincerity is believable and heartbreaking that you'll end up rooting for her.

And her spunkiness makes her loveable. Already finished the first 4 episodes and the chemistry between Gi Tae and Jang Mi is just sizzling hot. And Yeo Reum just has this winsome smile that makes you melt. Thank you so much girlfriday and LollyPip for recapping this drama. I just love it so much. The way that the characters interact is just so cute and enjoyable, it really makes my day. In fact, I'm re-watching the first four episodes. I really can't get enough. To think that I already had enough list of other dramas waiting to be watched but this show just that addictive.

I just had to rewatch them again while killing the time to wait for another whole week. Thanks for recapping I love this show!! D Am at episode 5 so far: It has captured my heart, hook, line and sinker. I'm glad Girlfriday and LollyPip are recapping this show. MND is adorable and hilarious, a total riot and a keeper. I've been wanting a place where I can comment and share my appreciation for the show and here it is.

Ask and ye shall receive. So, thank you thank you! I've been hoping that there would be recaps of this show! It's definitely one of my favorite shows right now! I love the humor and romance, and its one of the shows I anxiously wait for every week. Thanks so much for picking it up girlfriday! She's great at doing comedy too. One of my faves of the summer. So funny and I love the cast. Every episode gets sillier and more hilarious. Thanks for recapping this one. TvN can do no wrong when it comes to rom-coms lately. I am a little late to the party but I thoroughly enjoyed marathoning the first few episodes.

Han Groo is such a hoot and she has some of the best crazy-eyes I have seen in Kdrama heroines. Yeon Woo Jin or as I call him "Korea's Seth Macfarlane", well I think he kinda looks like him doesn't seem like your typical jerk hero, he's just trying to hang on to that bachelor life. Jin Woon is trouble with a capital T. Any guy who knows he's good looking and has no qualms flaunting it is always trouble. He almost immediately reminded me of Leonardo Dicaprio and then I suddenly saw so many Viki commenters remarking the same thing.

I think it's the eyes and head shape. Thank you so much!!! I figured with all the shows you guys were recapping this would be impossible! I'm so grateful because I'm loving the show as well: And both the leads are awesome! I love the pattern of the episodes, where they begin with an incident, and then backtrack to show us how they got there. Not to mention, it ensures that something dramatic has to happen each episode, which is fun.

Oh my goodness what an expected surprise. Thank you thank you. I really want this recap so that you guys can catch the nuances which I usually don't get.

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