I was cracking up watching ep. I wonder how much time she spends going between shoots. Ki-tae wonders how she could be so obtuse, and says plainly and coldly, but at least honestly that she reeked of wedding hopes and Hoon-dong cut and ran. He then comes up with a plan to introduce Joo Jang Mi, whom he thinks will never be approved by his family. She tries to coax him over to her hospital, but he says there are plenty of better doctors than him. I can't wait for Gi Tae to get jealous of the budding romance between Jang Mi and Yeo Reum. Had no one to talk to about how awesome this drama is so thank you thank you thank you girlfriday and lollypip.
While taking a bath in his fancy bathtub, Gi Tae thinks about Jang Mi but gets interrupted by prospective leasers to his apartment. I feel patiently about this as it's happened to many of my girlfriends. I was planning to just weigh in on the show once in a while when I had the time, but LollyPip has graciously offered to tag-team the recaps with me, so that tipped the scales. Gi Tae's actions may be embarassing but her sincerity is believable and heartbreaking that you'll end up rooting for her. I'm anxiously waiting for the moment they fall in love! Each episode seems to uncover more layers of each person, they are not just static robots playing roles that never change. He offers to pay her, which she shoots down, so then he offers to help her get back together with Hoon-dong, which she refuses even more vehemently. Our show opens, interestingly enough, with a court case.
He gets a call from his aunt who nags him about embarrassing the family on his blind date, and asks about the woman he had waiting up in the hotel room. She is a young actress with great potential to continue to be the lead. Her words flash across the screen in happy pastel colors, only to be heard by Hoon-dong like a slo-mo horror death-knell. She tries to walk around him, but he asks her to come to his house to meet his mother. I'm loving this show because the characters are so fun to watch. The writer Joo Hwa Mi, has a few other credits to her name.
Then, when the door finally opens. Despite judging Marriage, Not Dating before watching I am now very hopeful for this drama. Now its time for young actress to snab leading role! He reminds her not to get caught showing her true feelings if she wants to maintain her pond. Thankfully I watched until ep 3-4 and realized that although the heroine is a clingy, stalking mess I couldn't help but root for her. I was the only one who felt love. Jang Mi walks up to the door and vacillates between whether or not she should enter.
The whole cast may not be totally established, but I like it. 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. Can you guess who that is? 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 goes running like the weasel that he is, and crouches behind the counter. Yes, a couple of episodes later it seems to me that they know each other well and are sort of playing each other like showing Hoon Dong how douchy he is, or that Yeo Reum and Hoon Dong don't believe Ki Tae's dating.
I'm so glad you're able to recap this show! My week is fully booked with rom coms and I'm in heaven. Meanwhile, Hoon Dong is still hiding in the bathroom faking a tummy ache while begging Gi Tae to help him. He assures her that Mom will never approve—this is just her way of working people to get exactly what she wants. His mother calls her a stalker and regales her with the terrible things Hoon-dong said about her, including the hotel proposal that terrified her poor son. The way she sticks up for herself - I cheer loudly in my living room.
Hyun-hee tries to get Jang-mi to forget that jerk Hoon-dong and have some fun, so Jang-mi takes to the dance floor. He leans in to twist the knife further, and says that just like she dated Hoon-dong for his money, he dated Jang-mi for her face and her body. It can be argued that because they only met at hotels she should have seen the writing on the wall. A tear falls as she approaches, and she takes Hoon-dong by the wrist and leads him out of the pool. Jang-mi sighs that even Yeo-reum belonged to a different farm altogether. He runs to the bathroom and locks himself in, and texts Ki-tae for help. I'm so grateful because I'm loving the show as well : It's so funny! But as soon as Hoon-dong steps inside, his eyes dart around the room as the warning signals blare like neon lights: balloons, cake, candles… even a slideshow.
Have yet to pick up High Sch King of Savvy the title put me off but will soon - seems like an enjoyable ride. Like really, those roles were meant to be acted by them. And she does crazy eyes so well. Getting it out between the two involved. And they are portraying their characters so well.
Gi Tae also pulls up and witnesses the whole encounter. 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. Jang Mi wants to find the lady who invited her over for dinner. She thinks back to when they first met and when they were dating. Now i get to to share the love 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. I've been talking about it all over the internet. It takes the formula but plays it with such wits.