Marriage not dating ep 13 synopsis

Ohh we need more.. The best scene to me was kt realizing that jm would never try to purposely hurt him.. I was kinda nervous since we all know jm would jus enter his house without ringing the door bell even though kt keeps thinking she would so I was so surprise when he called her out for wanting to help him when she thought kt thought the same thing as his mom.. I totally thought Jang Mi's idea of helping Ki Tae was to go online and leave nice comments under aliases and defend him to the bad commenters all "He's a great doctor who really cares about his patients! Is it just me?

Or does anyone else notice that during the scene when Jang Mi swatting flies, she looks like a cute tennis player holding a tennis racket. It's safer in Korea. Gi Tae flashes around ohmanwon in his wallet. Ha, about the purse! My friend left her phone in the subway when we were traveling in korea, an ajumma actually went off the train to give it back to her. Maybe income gap is nonexistent in korea lol.

This is off topic, but your comment reminds me of when Yoon Doo Joon from Let's Eat, Iris 2, Beast had lamented about leaving his MP3 player on a bench in the subway station. He realized it after he boarded the subway as the glass doors were closing. He got off at the next station and went back to the bench, but it was already gone. Reality is the huge disparity between the homeless living permanently in subway stations in their stowed away sleeping bags Seoul Station subway was memorable - there were even bonfires outside to cook their raw food in cans I think I'm the only one amused by Gi Tae's shirt during the confession scene.

It says, "Lies" and "More lies" in a cross shape. I liked she smacked some boundaries on him and got upset about trying to secretly fund him, but then he threw back at her she was doing the same thing to him. The character reversal is nice and a bit true to life. Often when your foundation gets shaked you swing too far in the other direction.

Their version of that is not the exact same as the other person's version, which is a nice little bit.

I'm guilty of watching the episode 4 times and then about more times on the park to apartment parts of the episode, mostly to study it. The acting was so good, and there were subtle parts I really liked, such as him wiping his hand before trying to grab her hand, and then when failing, wiping it again. How he wiped his face and then paused, then doubled down anyway, paused for permission before the kiss, the way she grabbed his waist as a form of consent The under dialogue even in the silence was well done.

Which is why I watched it about 4 more times. Plus the under dialogue of what she was thinking was also well mapped so that the noble idiocy didn't feel so idiotic. She had good reasons to stay away, but she couldn't bring herself to put herself in that mess again. Yeah, I get this is a bit more on the technical side, but it's because the emotional side was so well mapped, I wanted to see how they did it. Im on mobile data but ive rewatched the park to apartment part for three times now!!!

Aggressive nods to everything you said. I lo o o o o ve their unspoken dialogs. What i really love about gitae is despite his seemingly rude behaviors he always respects jangmi's boundaries. He "asked" for consent. Not the usual forces kiss that kdramaland usually offers where the girl looks more pained than loved.

Ggah im crazy for a guy who hugs before a kiss and gong gi tae did just that. I have so much respect for both leads in this show. I went into the show not knowing who they are but now i keep admiring their acting skills. Its as if they put everything into the characters theyre playing. Like not once were they afraid to make facial expressions that might make them look less attractive. And that just earns so many respect points from my pov. You know the director and writer trusts the actors when they use large silences in between. There were at least 3 lean ins from different distances, 2 over the shoulders, yet it was cut together beautifully.

That's at least 5 kisses and it was well mapped. The acting was so good on him and her, and it's clear her confidence in herself to some degree has gone up, even if she says it wavers in front of him, she's still the one that proposed the cool relationship, meaning she's learning to be more selfish and ask for things she wants. A few times what she said and what he said contradicted their physical actions, which is just good acting overall But they both got it I want to put together a scene half so well.

I totally thought of how strangely appropriate his 'Lies and More lies' shirt was. I noticed his shirt, too. I was like, "Whelp, looks like the coordi's trying to make a statement. And I have to say that the sound effects are very well placed in this drama. Even the simple scene became funny because of the sound effects.

My only annoyance with this show is how inconsistent the second leads are. Like, after yeoreum deliberately hug jangmi knowing gitaes mom is watching, were now given such a sweetheart version of yeoreum that wants to work with jangmi with no other motives. Do i trust that? I mean he didnt seem like hes ready to let her go just an episode ago. I would love for them to make peace with one another just not this fast. I would prefer to have hyeon hee being jangmis comfort during her lowest point.

The female friendship was something i loved during the first 2 eps of this drama but hyeonhee seemed to have less of an influence this time. I get that she still has her parts in jangmi gitae relationship but i really wanna see a girl to girl talk more. Hey, I like YR, and even I know there's ulterior motive. He likes her and wants to be around her - and if she's not with KT as she's not when he initially talks to her , then why shouldn't he try to win her back? And it's a smart plan - if proximity to KT prompted feelings, perhaps proximity to YR will shift those feelings back.

Plus, he knows she'd be good for front-of-house, so win-win. I do feel a bit the same, worse, I think it is even 'outside' the drama scene I watched so many video clips And is nobody going to comment on Hoon-dong hilarious little dance? I died laughing when I saw him showing his new look to Gi Tae. What a great actor, he acts with his whole body, hahahaha! Srsly that guy's so funny, I won't mind the absence of his six pack. And the cleaning scene was literally the cutest scene in kdramaland ever. Though we get frustrating scenes sometimes, there are still little ones we cannot help but to laugh at.

I won't mind his six pack absence as well, lol. Seems I'm not the only one here who notice and accept the lead male imperfections. Since I love this drama, I try to observe every small thing I can possibly find. Not to be harsh, look at Ki Tae's small scar near his right eyebrow or his asymmetric eyelids. But, those what makes him having human-like character, what makes him alive in this drama. What being positive is that at the same time, I can see my own physical imperfections as somewhat cute.

They just make us different, as we are Since, we--each of us, individually--are limited editions in this world I had a friend once who commented on the movie "The Full Monty" by saying that ordinary men generally have no idea how sexy they really are. But, those what make him having human-like character, what make him alive in this drama. I was just wondering about the part where KT called JM's new cellphone-- wait a minute, how'd he get her new number?

I think the same as well! I finished this episode, looked at my husband, and said "I can hear the dramabeans folks squealing from here. All you lead couple lovers had a lot to squee about, this episode. And also little backhanded digs "noona", lol. So many dramas, I'm staring aghast at the screen, thinking, "Why in the name of all the gods would you chose that jerk? And I can't decide if Jang Mi's mother has cancer, or if she's pregnant from the sleepover.

I hope it's the latter, because that would be maximum hilarity. I'm so glad that the funniness was back this episode - last week was difficult watching, so I'm pleased to be giggling again. Hoon Dong was particularly hilarious. I never ever ever ever desperately waited for a drama online. This is the first time for me.

Even from the first minutes in the first episode, I have fallen for this romcom. I tried to tell my friends about this show, but it seemed they did not really like it--they adored more on something melodramatic, something I slightly hate about, and not a comedy. So, I keep watching it and try to find 'friends', you know it.

And, here you are guys. I read many positive comments about the show here and I can't agree more. I have to value my eyes in seeing this drama although my friends did not like it, I find you here love it:. I agree with one of the comment here. I realize that there are still many actors who are more handsome than YWJ, but look at his expression in this show I rate it 9. Initially, I recognized his face and did not like him in which I pushed myself to because I felt bad at his role not his acting in Arang, but I kept telling my self that I had to give him a chance My friends told me that they disliked the lead female with no reasons.

I think she is brilliant and multitalented. She can speak Mandarin, English, and of course Korean. She--although not too famous yet--can sing as well. And her face is distinctive. It's hard not to like her. Her acting is well done too. The fact that the second lead actor look handsome is one of the strategies to attract audiences in case the first lead male might get failed in his act, but YWJ beat it. Means the producer doesn't need to worry things. Should I need to say more? You already know all from the comments here and from any observation you've done during your watching.

I love the lead girl. I had a friend just like her. I bet we all did. Actually, the plot and characters remind me of my dating days when I was By 20 we were all married Those were the best years, when I look back. Well, at least I defied my parents and ended up with my high school crush.

My two girlfriends married the men their parents liked, not the guys they were in love with. Oddly, seventeen years later, all are still happy couples. I once had too, real and alive, although in a bit different way. We have to be grateful for the experience of having such friends I know it wiont be an easy findings to have fallen in love with a series that is on air at the same time, one which I sorely avoid and cant believe myself that I cant help with this one!! They make me smile. Really make my day, lol. I hope that we all here feel the same I hate and felt pity for him at Arang, but here, I just love him I couldn't say anything, but like, his character in this drama.

I couldn't even enjoy the kiss scene because I was so worried about that purse! I had to watch it again. I'm getting frustrated with characters in this drama and every other KDrama ever never explaining themselves when someone misunderstands them. I do get it in this instance; Jang-mi has heard over and over how she must be in it for the money so she feels that no amount of explanation is going to convince people of her sincerity. But still, for my sake, please open your mouth and speak up for yourself.

Non-Crazy Se-ah is pretty cool. Hope she stays that way. Same for Non-Smarmy Yeo Reum. I thought that Jang Mi's reluctance about marriage has more to do with her parents' relationship that in the complex past between her and Gi Tea. I just love seeing the two of them happy together. At this point, I don't care what form their relationship takes Oh jang-mi you tease..

I love it that gi tae finally confessed to her. Though i have mixed feelings about jang mi's decision to keep it cool btwn them, I'm kinda glad with this turn of events. The reversal is so ironic and it'll be fun to watch how he has to convince her not to follow his own advice he'd given to her before about being cool n not to rely on anyone.

I'm expecting a lot more cuteness frm them tomorrow,and pls writer no more misunderstanding btwn them or their families. I just want to see happy scenes to the end. Thanks gf for the recaps n the insightful comments! I'm actually a bit pissed with JM in this ep but after I read your comments I feel better: Is it possible to be any morning love with this show? I've been in love with Woo Jin because he was always my Maknae Oppa. Now he's my Gong Gi Tae. I watched the episode at work in the lunch room and had the most ridiculous grin on my face.

I'd have been squee'ing like crazy if I was at home. Gi Tae's shower beats every brooding shower that has been made in Kdrama history. I love Jang-mi's new attitude towards relationships. She is right, I don't see how they can go for it at this point. She has learned from her own experience that rushing in serious relationships is not getting her anywhere. Their family's are on very bad terms too, let them first figure their own marriage issues before getting them meet for new wedding plans.

The last half of this episode was the best thing ever. I haven't had that much fun watching a drama in a loooong time. I squeed and laughed so hard! How many times did he piggyback Yeon Woo Jin already?! Excellent timing since the Pope is visiting South Korea this week. I'm sure he'd love it not. I have come to the realization from watching this episode that I am becoming Mike Tyson with my little Gi Tae and Jang Mi dolls, mashing them together and saying, "Now kith!

Where we still have no answer for the burning question: When the hell is Gong Ki Tae going to change the passcode on his front door? Clean With Passion for Now: Red Moon, Blue Sun: Haechi stars Jung Il-woo as a problematic Prince Yeongjo on quest for justice. Memories of the Alhambra: Pretty Noona cast and crew may reunite for another warm melodrama. Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email. A verification email has been sent to your new email address.

Please click the link in that email to complete the email change process. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna. Marriage Not Dating Favorite. Yeah, I can see them keeping this "cool". At least for the first 20 minutes of the next episode Taylor August 16, at 3: Gi Tae and his ridiculous aegyo with Jang Mis mum. It's amazing how they have all evolved over 15 eps isn't it? Can't believe I really like Hoon Dong now and Omoni!

I'm so sad this show is ending. Out of all the shows that get extensions this one would be perfect because its not all centered around some crazy plot but the connections between the characters. And I knew mom had cancer. When she told dad she couldn't waste anymore of her life 2 or 3 episodes back. But with breast cancer as long as the prognosis is good there is a very high chance of recovery!

I thought I'll be a goner once this finish airing.. But thank god for Discovery of romance to fill the void. Thank you girlfriday, you are the best with your faster than light awesome recap!!! Love our OTP sooo much, so much heart and cuteness! The scene on the phone with his Mom. YWJ is sooo good. 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. This sweet series my delicious dessert treat that I allow myself as a reward for doing what had to be done all week. Today I found myself watching the time on the episode tick down with ever increasing horror knowing that every passing minute brings me closer to the end. Yeah, he had a cameo in that!

I remember at the time I was super happy because I hadn't seen him in anything for awhile: It's weird, I remember vividly the scene with him slowly dying; just so bad! I'm not even going to address the inevitable fact that this drama is ending tomorrow.

I'll just live in my happy land where I still have 16 episodes to look forward to I need a time machine. I love the emphasis on family in this drama. I wish the main networks would learn a thing or two about how to write interesting family members without turning them into sociopathic bitches. I don't even remember the last time I watched a drama where I love every single character - I don't think its ever happened yet. The phone scene was fantastic, and I got teary. It's the closest Ki-tae will ever come to expressing himself to his mother and apologizing for maybe not trying to understand why she made those choices.

Ironically, he didn't even say a word which made it all the more powerful. No matter what he says, deep down he wants his mom's approval which is why he always tries to make it look like he couldn't care less. He's scared of being disappointed so he doesn't even try to hope. I'm glad he's slowly learning what it means to expect from others and allow them to hold some sort of power in his life. Jang-mi and Mom are just awesome together - they're my favourite ship for the episode!

I loved it when Mom acknowledged Jang-mi's efforts to get her approval. I truly believe mom wanted to be proven wrong and for Jang-mi to really be who she's trying to show she is. So the business deal and the eventual family acceptance makes me so happy because like GF said, its so hard earned and thus, precious. One of the best things about this drama is that it didn't try to inject that separation storyline for too long.

When it happened, it felt necessary and organic. Now that they're together, its more about mending each other's families and hopefully having everyone accept their relationship. I really do hope Jang-mi's mom will be cured and that it would serve as a means for her to reflect on her choices. Maybe the reality that life is too short to live without your loved ones will help her just jump the last hurdle and reconcile with her husband.

I don't want a bitter-sweet ending, and I hope the writers won't make the cancer malignant. I'm going to cry blood of tears tomorrow or something. It's been a very long while since I've been obsessed with a drama and really fear withdrawals. This show proves that you CAN make a great show without filling it up with sociopaths.

I just hope the other writers get a clue. This is one of the very rare shows where I actually liked most of the characters except KT's sleazebag dad of course. Jus when I thought it couldn't get any better.. The show jus rips your heart apart with character backstories.. I did not see kt mom leaving his dad only to get drag back in cause she couldn't leave her son.. When even words can't describe how u truly feel.. The emotions from kt was jus amazing and kt mom being on the other end finally has her son back. This show is awesome.

They really do succeed in pulling the right notes The romantic family drama in its greatest format. Just love the cast. I am sure that I will see more of Yeon Woo jin,and I really do hope that I will see more of Han Groo,I am watching her for the first time,and by god she is awesome. Why,just why can't drama people cast talents like her instead of idols is just beyond me. I also liked how the water made Dad look like he peed his pants, but I wish the makgulli shower was real because it would have been another brownie point for Jang Mi.

My biggest wish was for the mistress to sit down next to Dad and be collateral damage. Still don't quite understand how Ki Tae conveniently forgot his mother lived with him in that house, but I'll chalk it up to his parents' separation was a traumatic experience for him. They went the cliche route with Jang Mi's mother, which only proves noble idiocy runs in her family. Mom leaving Dad "for his own good. Their drinking makgulli together was so cute seeing Mom genuinely smile and kid around with the price of her kimchi.

Hopefully, the cancer trope is resolved quickly. Mom will get treatment, be cured, done. This couple is so cute, I can't let them go. It was so sweet when he picked her up at work and fussed about how dangerous it was for her to close up the bar alone late at night. Not to mention, their ddukbokki kisses. I will miss them. Can we have a moment for Ki Tae's mom's awesomeness?

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I took a risk and joined Team Mom earlier on and I'm so glad I did because Mom is my favorite character. Her character is so refreshing and her journey has been so fulfilling to watch. I find myself cheering her on and wishing that more kdrama female leads followed her trajectory.

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. The fact that this drama is ending today breaks my heart. Hopefully this ends in a real life couple as well But on to the episode. I LOVE how there is so much communication between the leads now!

After weeks of running in circles, we didn't have to put up with that for longer than 20 minutes since they've gotten together and it's lovely. I even found myself wondering if I was still watching the same drama as we've gone from innumerable misunderstandings to adults actually talking through problems! K-Drama land, you did it! Though that cancer thing was thrown in at the last seconds of the episode, people have been guessing she was sick for a bit now so it wasn't like a shock or random.

The writer also seems to be very smart with pacing and plot points for the most part so I will trust that this will not make the final episode a confusing one. And can I just take a minute to talk about that skinship? I need to send this writer a muffin basket. We have been showered with adorableness these past 2 weeks. Such a cute couple, ugh!

Every time Yeon Woo Jin smiled my heart melted. I'm going to miss this drama so freaking much! Fingers crossed that tomorrow's episode is full of awesome and that I don't die from heartache at the end of such a perfect drama. Something I particularly like about this drama is that, even though some say it took our leads too long to get together, at least ALL the misunderstandings occurred back before they established their feelings.

I really love how once they really got together, they stayed together and built a strong relationship. Thank you for the recap. It really adds to my enjoyment of the show. Such a poignant, sweet and sad episode. Dealing with KT's relationship with his mum, the mystery about that part of his childhood and why mum stayed in that marriage explaned. That phone call to him mum, awww. KT's and JM's interactions are the sweet notes in this episode, great chemistry between them.

That spicy rice cakes: JM's mum facing the dreaded disease pulled us back down into the harsh reality. Hope she can pull through this one! This drama really exceeds all my expectations. At first I thought it will be just another rom-com drama revolving around a working class girl that finally found her "prince charming" to lean on, but this drama actually emphasizes on -just like what girlfriday says- being together for better or worse.

Jangmi is there for Gitae and so is Gitae. They help and support each other through their hard times. I rarely see this kind of story in K-drama. It feels sweet and warm, I love it! I just want to thank TvN for giving these actors the opportunity to headline a show. The big 3 would never take a chance on them since they are neither big named idols or A list celebrity. They really have an eye for finding that diamond in the rough. I will miss this show and will definitely keep a lookout for Han Groo and Yeon Woo Jin's future projects.

Yeon Woo Jin's acting is just amazing. Him crying lile a child in that scene, omg. Even without saying anything, I was able to understand what he's feeling. He's just sooooo good. His chemistry with Han Groo carries the show too. I mean, they look so good together as if it's not a drama and it's just them dating for real.

Even though it's just Jang Mi's imagination, that scene with her slapping Gi Tae's father with makgeolli was so satisfying! Most fun I've had in a while! This show never stops to amaze me.. And the phone call with gi tae and his mom ackk got me right wher it hurts and the ending too ufff I can't get enuf of this show only one episode left: Ki-tae finally opening up to his mother and understanding..

Counting hours to the final episode! Still can not believe this show come to the end.. Goodness gracious, the mother-son phone convo scene is so epic. The show proves that you can convey that feelings without saying anything. Gi tae must have want to say a lot of things like "thank you" , "sorry", and "i love you". Any of this words would have make me cry, but when he only said "mother The feelings are so raw and honest and realistic that it did not need a dialogue. Good job to the actor and actress! This scene will be forever on my top list of favorite korean drama scenes.

Nothing much to say about this episode, words aren't enough to say how much I love them esp that phone convo between mom and his son. T im gonna be sad when it ends. This show is so much about how we just want others to acknowledge us and the multiple layers of love involved. I will so miss you and spending time with everyone in it.

Marriage not dating ep 13

Cancer in Episode 15????????????? Not even at the beginning of the episode Where they do that at? This is the most unnecessary Cancer in the history of Unnecessary Cancer! I was all set to come on here and sing the praises of yet another stellar episode but now I just want to garble incoherently for a couple of minutes. Bear with me guys Funny, I felt the exact opposite: P It was the first time I didn't roll my eyes watching the disease plot being used I guess because it feels like it explains a lot about what happened before, about Jamg Mi's mom reactions.

I thought it was brought up nicely, even though it was a surprise. And worse than that is the realization that I'm actually going to miss hanging around these characters every week I knew the open was a fantasy sequence, but it was still so damn satisfying to see Philandering Dad get it in the face.

At least the Awful Mistress had the good sense to be embarrassed. Of course, in both scenes the fantasy and the real one , the highlight was Yeo Reum's grin of schadenfreude. Even in her fantasy, Jang Mi knows that Yeo Reum will be enjoying the show.

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As a YR fan, I'm happy that he has apparently come to terms with his place in JM's life it made me so happy that he called Ki Tae to report what happened with Aunt. I'd like to think that they later really do become besties and there's lots more happy threesome moments. I especially liked that she just kind of threw up her hands and accepted that Jang Mi is just weird and that maybe weird is what the family needs. I'm sad that the show went the cancer route instead of the surprise pregnancy route come on, show - how can you handle that in one remaining episode?

But I was happy that a Jang Mi's mother has noticed that she's not spending her nights at home, and b that JM's Mom beat the crap out of Ki Tae for trying to be cute with her this entire series is Ki Tae realizing he's not as smooth as he thinks he is, heh. My son came from the back of the house to see what I was laughing about, because the last scene was so. I still think I'd have preferred the surprise pregnancy, but I thought the cancer was handled fairly well - I'll admit I didn't think they could pull it off, but they wove it in well enough with the lighter stuff that it didn't drag the show down.

With this drama Kim Hae-sook has risen to the top of my list of favorite actors. The subtlety with which she shows her emotions is amazing. Her face is like a placid lake that is occasionally rippled by the wind.


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