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They walk into his apartment but when she sees the mess; she’s shocked. He tries to cover her eyes and tells her to go to the car but she starts laughing and says that he really fell hard for her. He makes the excuse that he has been busy but then she sniffs him and realizes he hasn’t showered either.

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To me, she’s just an extra, useless character that added no meaning to the show AT ALL. They are so cute together, and I so agree with JM. They need some time together before jumping into marriage. This episode had a bit more of the noble idiocy than I cared for, but it appears that is finally over and done with, so now we can start getting to the real issues at hand. She sits in the park trying to process what’s been going on when Ki-tae calls and demands to know where she is.

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Everything else (no matter how infuriating they get) is just extra noise. I’m really happy with Yeo-rim in this episode. That’s how I’d like them to take his character forward. I squealed when he said he likes Ki-tae a lot and I found that totally sincere and believable. Jang-mi is definitely standing between them, but I’m proud of him for to allowing that to change his reluctant bromance with Ki-tae.

Jang Mi’s happy to hear those words and the two of them drink. Gi Tae just tells her to be sure to become successful. Since the opening is tomorrow, Jang Mi tells Gi Tae to drop by with some flowers. Gi Tae still can’t believe that from all people, he has to hear those words from her. To lessen his grouchiness, Jang Mi gets on her tippy toes and gives him a kiss before saying her farewells.

Yeo Reum just laughs and nods his head in understanding. Gi Tae says that instead, his Jang Mi shouldn’t be worked too hard, okay? Yeo Reum obliges while Gi Tae and Jang Mi just look at each other and laugh. Hoon Dong is excited to hear that it’s a woman and asks if she’s pretty. Gi Tae says that Hoon Dong will be surprised when he sees her.

He pouts that she didn’t even come by once, when before she’d come over all the time no matter how much he protested. Jang-mi and Yeo-reum haul the drunk blogger into her car and Yeo-reum drives her home. He asks Jang-mi one more time about going into business together, and she asks rather blankly if it’ll make her lots of money, then agrees to do it. Just as they’re about to give up, the blogger appears, but they’re suprised when Se-ah walks up to her first. She says that Ki-tae is going to sue her, and passes over an envelope of money for her mental suffering. Jang-mi sighs to see that she’s not needed after all.

It’s still one of the best rom-coms of 2014 for me and I will put it on my repeat list for rainy days. This was also a great consolation after being disappointed so much with Doctor Stranger (not that they have any relation). Good directing, writing, and most of all, good actors. This drama did not have any pretensions at being life-like, or having any deep meaning. It never attempted to moralize or to stylize the scenes (again, unlike Doctor Stranger). It was just plain heartwarming, and hilarious and insightful towards the end.

Jang-mi asks if he doesn’t have something for her like oh, maybe a ring, and when he shrugs she commands him to take the whole thing back. They can’t do even the most romantic things without fighting. He teases her out of her grump, but in voiceover Jang-mi says that back then, they never expected the worst life-twist that was ahead for their wedding. Jang-mi asks why Ki-tae went to see her mom in the first place, and he says he was jealous that she was getting so much affection from his mother and he wanted the same from her mom.

They had so many adorable, sweet, wonderful and heartfelt moments in the last few episodes and it was a joy to witness them grow as people and as a couple. The actors legitdatingsites did a fabulous job with these roles and they’ve definitely put those two on the map for me. Thank you Lollypip and girlfriday for the great and heartfelt recaps.

Which is why I watched it about 4 more times. And finally Jang-mi and Ki-tae who are just getting more awesome per episode – like that’s even possible. I love the way they dealt with the break up, and how Ki-tae ended up telling her so simply that he loves her. The role reversals are fabulous and I’m really excited for the direction the last three episodes is taking.

Can Gi Tae and Jang Mi dating off their ruse or will they get more than marriage bargained for with their deception? Meet the community members dedicated to bringing you the subtitles for this channel. Man, those aunts of GiTaes are so damn annoying.

But the acting was also very poor – both characters were played by idols, with little acting experience, and it showed. Both of them were more concerned with looking good than showing some real emotion, and neither of them were able to give any unspoken clues about their character. I got so sick of their plastic, enigmatic smiles. I understood the rest of the characters, I felt like they were real people, and then there was Ken and Barbie. This one of the less-buzzed drama when it began but ended with a bang.

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Jang Mi and the blogger bond over some drinks. They’re both slightly drunk and Jang Mi agrees with the blogger that Gi Tae did wrong so the blogger asks why Jang Mi’s making excuses for him then. Jang Mi knows that she’s not in a position to worry about others but she keeps getting haunted by memories of him so she can’t leave him alone. Thank you for your recap of one of my favorite shows of the summer. I told her Marriage Not Dating because it’s not your usual boy meets girl plot.