Oh who am I kidding, I love you show. I love you like Gi-tae loves Jang-mi. Like Hyun-hee loves luxurious things.
Uta, who lives together without knowing that Misono has a hidden side, is gradually driven to ruin. When Uta eventually realizes Misono’s betrayal, she despairs and vows revenge to counterattack. So far, this is one of the few dramas I’ve watched that managed to draw me in from the start to the end. Usually, I get bored half way through and find myself FF all the annoying and useless bits.
It’s not even noble idiocy because she wasn’t even rejecting him for his own good. My patience with Jang-mi (though I understood her reasons) was wearing thin this episode… Once they’re done, Ki-tae asks suggestively if they can rest now, and Jang-mi agrees to wine.
And i want a guy to see me like gitae sees jangmi. Good that he is on Jang-mi side now.. But I guess cos Yeo-reum knows Jang-mi and Ki-tae better.. But his character turn around from ‘misunderstood hug’ to advice assistant was pretty fast.. This couple is so cute, I can’t let them go.
The scene on the phone with his Mom. KHS can show inner turmoil with the slightest nuanced facial expressions. I was sobbing for them both in happiness. It amazed me how with no words he was able to say how much he loved both JM and his mother. Loved, loved, loved the drinking scene between Gi Tae’s mom and Jang mi.
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As he drives Ki-tae tries to lighten the atmosphere, but he’s thwarted by Jang-mi’s bad mood at every turn. Finally he pulls over at a rest stop (also against her wishes) and orders lunch, saying he needs energy to endure her while she takes her upset out on him. He finally gets Jang-mi to eat by saying they can leave as soon as the food is gone.
This series focuses on the traditional family life and marriage. A young doctor is busy with his practice. He has no thoughts of marriage but his parents continue to fix him up on blind dates. Hoping to stop his family from their irritating habit of blind dates the doctor brings home a lowly shop girl.
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I will say the product placement for the LG portable photo printer in the last episode totally got me. I immediately looked it up and may still buy it … She’s the only reason i keep watching the show. Mom turns to go but Dad grabs her arm, crying that he’s lost everything so what good is love? Ki-tae didn’t even invite him to the wedding. Mom shakes him off, saying that’s what Ki-tae wanted, but turns back to throw him a pity invite.
I will miss this show and will definitely keep a lookout for Han Groo and Yeon Woo Jin’s future projects. The writers have developed her story so beautifully and I want more of the drama if for no other reason than to see what happens to her. I want her to divorce Ki Tae’s dad and become the world’s largest producer of kimchi. Loved this episode, loved the recap……
Firstly I think the father is even more of an [email protected]#$#@! And at least the mistress is starting to look uncomfortable in front of Ki-tae’s mother.. Even being relegated to a ‘sister’..
Sometimes, when you watch too much dramas, you will start to have a sixth-sense, what probably happen in the next sequence of scenes. But, this drama is just one of a kind. The fact that this drama is ending today breaks my heart. I have not seen a drama with such palpable chemistry between leads since Queen In Hyun’s Man (maybe Master’s Sun). Hopefully this ends in a real life couple as well… They went the cliche route with Jang Mi’s mother, which only proves noble idiocy runs in her family.
They have such wonderful chemistry, I hope they are able to reunite in another drama or movie someday. While I found the show entertaining. I didn’t actually like a single one of the characters, and especially Gong Gi Tae. And that thing with the letter – what gives him the right to open https://datingsitesreviews.net her mother’s private letter, read the contents, steal it, and then refuse to let her daughter see it? I would have ripped him a new one right there. Protecting yourself to the point that you shut out everyone and everything may be a safe way to live, but it’s not a happy way to live.