Marriage, Not Dating TV Series 2014

With TK2H we have jaeha’s position as a king and his relationship with his mother, his sister, and eun shi kyung. While in reply1997 we have the ever supportive group of friends. I feel like I’ve said everything I wanted to about how great they are together and as individuals. Instead, I’ll just say the reason I love them so much is because Yeon Woo-jin and Han Groo are just so good at portraying them. Their chemistry was intense yet warm, blazing yet comfortable, easy yet charming. Both are ridiculously talented and I expect great things from them in the future.

I also really loved the portrayal of friendship and loyalty here. It’s actually very understated and sometimes ignored with many other things happening, but it’s one of my favourite aspects. Hoon-dong/Ki-tae, Hoon-dong/Jang-mi, Jang-mi/Hyun-hee, Yeo-rim/Jang-mi, Yeo-rim/Ki-tae… They all looked out for each other, were there when the other person needed a shoulder.

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They both understood that the other’s family was part and parcel of who they are, and they each reached out to help the other’s family become healthy (even if that meant one couple splitting up). I adore how the families are still, and will always be, dysfunctional, because really aren’t all families in some way? But they learned how to love and accept one another in spite of that, and maybe even because of that. What a fitting end to a series about marriage and dating—it doesn’t paint marriage as a fantasy, or the end-all-be-all of romance.

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” Mom grudgingly takes the money (and Dad), to a round of applause. He hands her a bankbook which shows a balance of over 50 million won (around $50,000) which he got from the sale of the chicken stand. She’s touched that he sold the place she hated so much, but holds onto her pride and says she’s glad she got sick, because he finally left after she was ill. He yells that he never wanted a divorce, and he’s angry that she didn’t tell him she was sick. Jang-mi climbs into bed with her mom and promises to be her life partner and never leave her.

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His wife and mother I didn’t much care for. Se-ah and Yeo-rum I cared for even less except for during the beach escapade. I thought at that point they might have an interesting friendship between all of them but after that unfortunately things went back to square one.

She tries one more time to see what’s in the envelope, but Ki-tae promises to show her when their bet is really over. Jang-mi goes straight to her mother, who would rather talk about how she’s hurt that Jang-mi didn’t tell her she was dating Ki-tae for real. Jang-mi says that’s not important and asks why Mom hasn’t told Dad she’s having surgery in two days. She thinks Dad will drop the divorce if he knows, but Mom says that’s why he can’t know – Dad will act sympathetic and come back, and she’ll be stuck with him.

Her movements are always so dramatic yet still somewhat natural at the same time. Looking forward to see her future projects for sure. And yay for a show that uses more than the main leads in an effective way. I still wouldn’t say all characters were likable or well-developed and used as in my other favorite show of the season, High School King of Savvy. I liked the portrayal of the leads and their families best here – including grandma, aunt, even sleazy dad and his mistress. Hoon-dong was funny once you get past the first few episodes where he was quite repulsive – and he did get his comeuppance in the shape of his wife (insert evil grin here).

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. Granted, where we were taken wasn’t always roses.

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Well, Jang-mi took the words right out of my mouth – their wedding was so perfectly “them! ” It wouldn’t have felt right if it had gone off without a hitch, because their relationship was always full of fights and drama. But the fact that it was a total disaster, but they still came out the other side smiling and loving one another and accepting each other’s faults and all, was just the perfect wedding to top off this show. Ki-tae greets the wedding guests (and gets glomped by an overly-enthusiastic Hoon-dong, cute) where he and his mother are grilled by the female family members over her divorce and his not inviting his father. Dad shows up and Mom admits to having invited him, but Hyun-hee comes to get Ki-tae before he can address any of this. He turns to Grandma for support, but Grandma tells him to give her the divorce.