Marriage not dating se ah

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  2. Drama Review: Marriage, Not Dating [SPOILER ALERT!!!!]
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  4. Marriage Not Dating: Episode 11 » Dramabeans Korean drama recaps

Yeah, I can pretty much attribute every failing of this drama to the writing of Se-ah's character. I'm willing to forgive the drama, not Se-ah lol to an extent because this certainly isn't the first bitchy second lead, but I think I just find it more jarring in this drama because I love what I love about it SO MUCH. I can deal with Se-ah and Yeo-reum even though they are nothing more than standard k-drama obstacles overcome on the path to true love.

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In spite of this, I have found Yeo-reum unexpectedly charming. But that's the actor's charisma, not the way the character is written.

But I could not be more bored by Mamma's Boy who could have been dispensed with after episode 1 from a plot point-of-view and Gold-digger why have a female best friend if she's not gonna be awesome - I've never seen a more pointless character in a k-drama than this one, and I like this actress a lot -- it's the writer's crime.

Se-ah is giving me goosebumps, she does not deserve to be anyone else housewife. Thank you LollyPip for the recap and thank you for letting me know I'm not the only girl that right now can't stand Yeo Reum Even if he's pretty he crossed a line that one should NEVER cross, if you know the person you like has feelings for another then support them, let them grow without you because trying to force a relation ship in those terms will only hurt you more, while watching k-dramas I should be used to this type of personalities we all know we've seen them often but lately they had stopped turning up, so I was again miffed to see them come up in this drama.

Now I'm just sad for where we're headed, there is only two weeks left of this drama and I am not seeing the marriage part of it yet!!!

Now on to mom, I felt really good for the strides forward we made with her, specially her beating the stupid mistress who obviously does not know her place, but for this we can blame the husband who 1st did not respect the marriage and 2nd did not let the mistress know she has no rights to berate the real lady of the house since she is the one getting in between them- I've always had a problem with mistresses who don't know their place!

I will say this about the drama in general, I still like it, but it has wound down for me a lot And I think it has to do with the fact that I miss seeing the old Jang Mi, yes she's shown herself a little lately but I miss seeing the woman who was relentless and who knew what she wanted and was not afraid of taking it, hopefully we'll see that character back soon enough I feel sorry for Yeo Reum.

It's true that what he did is wrong but I kind of understand where he's coming from. He tried his best to look the other way and be understanding of Ki Tae and Jang Mi's situation in the past few episodes. Not a lot of people would react the way he did when they see their girlfriend kissing another man!

I see this as his last attempt to try to hold on to Jang Mi. By the way, anybody knows the name of the song the Yeo Reum sang when they were singing in the karaoke bar? I'm going crazy looking for it. Choi Jin Hyuk sang it on Emergency Couple too. Thank you so much! I heard it in Emergency Couple too. It was easy to search for it that time coz CJH mentioned the title. I was one of the few who thought, initially, that Se-Ah might be a little crazy albeit interesting when she was still in the 'I don't love you or want to marry you but I still want your sperm' territory.

But the interesting went out the window and the crazy became full blown in the past couple of episodes. Pity coz I actually think Sunhwa, as a person is extremely fun and relatable from all her variety show gigs- a total from Se-Ah. So glad to see Mom starting to reclaim her self All the snuggles helped me to feel reassured as far as Ki Ta goes. I also feel sad about what this means for Jang Mi's family's newfound happiness. Does anyone know the song that plays when Ki-tae is blowing up the balloons? I feel like I've heard it before and it's driving me crazy not knowing lol.

I think they played it when Jang-mi and Yeo-reum were driving off to the beach at the beginning of episode 9. So that might be where you heard it from.

Drama Review: Marriage, Not Dating [SPOILER ALERT!!!!]

Someone on soompi said that it's the next OST to be released, but I'm not sure. Someone mentioned that it is Lee Seung-gi's Will you marry me.

It played in episode 1 when Jang-mi was preparing to propose to Hoon-dong. Ah, no that's the song that plays in the cold open. I meant later in the episode when we see him preparing his place for the proposal. I did the same! I love when he cuts Yeo-reum off! Been reading mostly in silence these few weeks without commenting coz I didn't have time to think through my feelings for this drama super busy with my real life zzzz and pen-down my rants clearly.

There are dramas which I loved for the storyline, for the cinematography, for the acting, or for the great directing. MND is 1 of the latter few. She can act, she is pretty hopefully natural, er hem and she plays the role of Joo Jang Mi with such tenderness and sensitivity that you want to hug her and pat her back everytime she messed things up with good intent. Despite Jang Mi always getting hurt due to her naiveness or goodwill to do something for others, she never once hate or give up on those who betrayed her.

So she continues to help others, and continues to get hurt. He genuinely wants her to change in order to stop her from hurting again and again. He plays the initially cold and cynical Gong Gi Tae who actually carries a huge emotional baggage which no one has ever tried lifting from his back.

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Not even his so-called ex-GF and a friend of 20 years. This couple does not only understand each other, they are there for each other. Jang Mi for Gi Tae, when he almost died in his bathroom from dehydration. And many more instances when both needed each other and they instinctly show up to help. We can all see how naturally the 2 is together too. They are comfortable with each other, hugging, holding hands, bickering, kissing etc. It felt so genuine.


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I see sincerity and I see heart. Actually, come to think about it, NONE I can only come up with 2 other OTP I have seen that are comparable: Both of those also had the casual, genuine intimacy that I find so endearing, which Jang Mi and Gi Tae are slipping into. I'm really looking forward to seeing how they interact once they admit how they feel to each other.

Although I didn't actually at that time wanted them to become a real-life couple, their chemistry was sizzling on-screen!

Marriage Not Dating: Episode 11 » Dramabeans Korean drama recaps

It's more like sex-appeal? The way they CARE for each other. I'm with you on this.

I'm not quite sure exactly how it happened, but this couple has become one of my favorites of all time: I know I've gotten it bad when I cry with them, laugh with them, angry for them, root for them, and love with them. Usually, kdramas use all these stupid unecessary utterly BORING same storyline in an attempt to get viewers to empathize, sympathize or whatever with the OTP amnesia, 1 OTP's family killed the other's family, silly self-acrifices etc.

Just the OTP themselves is enough for us viewers to root for them! Yes, it's a show that you have to recommend to friends by saying - it's not such a great show but I promise you will love it just because of the leads. Witch's Romance, while having great GREAT side characters, had such a bad 2nd lead guy that could have ruined the show but the leads were so cute together that it's one of my favorite dramas. Until now I don't get Yeo-rum and Jang-Mi. I mean I don't get how they end up liking each other.

I feel that I missed one scene. I can't sympathize with his character or acting except for that scene last week on the beach. JM in my opinion only like YR cause he was cute, rebound guy and he said he liked her.. One evil-second lead is painful enough why must there be two!? She's manipulative but not as crazy as Se-ah. As long as she doesn't try to mess up with or seduced Gi-tae, it doesn't matter who she ends up with.

She can marry Hoon and have a dozen kids with him for all I care. After watching both episodes this weekend, Hyeon Hee is the one who gets my wrath. I can kinda see where Se-ah is coming from she is desperate and feels that this is her last chance , although I don't condone her actions. But Hyeon Hee, getting a man drunk, sleeping with him and then forcing him to marry her because she is pregnant with his child?

I think she is as every bit as evil as Se-ah. Good luck to her and her Mama's boy.