17 abril, 2023

Marriage Not Dating: Episode 15 » Dramabeans Korean Drama Recaps

This show and Fated to love you are current crack. They’re both so laugh out loud funny and then makes you a sobbing mess the next minute. And this drama, I think is the current best romantic comedy drama. So glad this is getting recapped.

It was someone cracked open a window and let all the musty craziness out. The crying scene, Oh God I think my heart grew like the Grinch’s at Christmas. Trust Jang mi, she has a special talent for worming confidences from anyone, even the hardest stone.

I want her to divorce Ki Tae’s dad and become the world’s largest producer of kimchi. This show proves that you CAN make a great show without filling it up with sociopaths. I just hope the other writers get a clue. This is one of the very rare shows where I actually liked most of the characters (except KT’s sleazebag dad of course).

Hyun-hee guesses that she does want to marry, while Yeo-reum thinks it’s more about being accepted by Mom as Ki-tae’s equal. I knew Han Groo was going to be amazing and I’m happy she’s finally getting a chance to shine. But it’s Yoon Woo Jin who became the pleasant surprise. He’s giving such an amazing energetic performance and he has great chemistry with Han Groo. What is really interesting to me is that the lead girl in each drama are so different from each other, yet both are totally lovable and easy to relate to. Perhaps it is because both have broken out of the cliché pit, each in their own totally different way.

Marriage Not Dating Episode 4

It’s nice to know that even in a story about the cool contemporary dating rules of the young and unattached, there’s enough genuine affection and love that creeps up on them despite it all. Fishing is all fun and games until you’re hooked, good ‘n’ proper. Even Hoon-dong, who could’ve just been a simplistic villain, is given some dimension.

Takara-kun to Amagi-kun ( Episode 6

So many great scenes from this episode there’s no choosing. Wow, Yeon Woo-Jin was acting up a storm in this episode. He had me crying like a baby in the phone call with his mom, then a moment later laughing out loud at his attempt at aegyo with JM’s mom. Agree with you,,, I really love Ki Tae crying scene. That’s the most realistic crying scene in K-Drama.

They are such good accompaniment. She spends the next few hours stumbling around drunk, insisting on finding something to bring to his parents. They run out of time and he shoves her into the car, insisting that she doesn’t need to change.

I loved it when Mom acknowledged Jang-mi’s efforts to get her approval. I truly believe mom wanted to be proven wrong and for Jang-mi to really be who she’s trying to show she is. So the business deal and the eventual family acceptance makes me so happy because like GF said, its so hard earned and thus, precious. Mom does her part and takes the chairman’s wife to Ki-tae’s clinic and then to Jang-mi’s restaurant.

And I now have an acute girl crush for Han Groo that borders on healthy/unhealthy. I’ve watched about 3/4 of it raw, but I think I want to wait for subs to watch the ending, just because I want the full experience for the end. I just don’t see how this show can wind things up in one more episode. I’m going to cry blood of tears tomorrow or something. It’s been a very long while since I’ve been obsessed with a drama and really fear withdrawals. This sweet series my delicious dessert treat that I allow myself as a reward for doing what had to be done all week.

As they walk out, Ki-tae warns his friend to end things cleanly. Hoon-dong swears he will, which I find hard to believe. He starts to sweat bullets, and she lays down obvious hints about how she wants to be together all the time.