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I don’t understand who she really like (for the record, I’ve watched till episode 6) and she doesn’t have much layers to her character. I don’t know if it’s her acting, or the script, but she’s so over the top with the funny scenes so I don’t find it that funny anymore. She’s kind, yes, and put herself first before others but…that’s all?

Nick moved his mother and younger sister to an actual apartment that was setup by social services. He got a job, cut his mothers ties with the pimps and had her in rehab and sent Anna to school. Things were going great and we were all happy that everything was going as planned. But, if you know anything about gangs, you know that they do not take lightly to their own abandoning them like that. A little more than a year after I reconnected with Nick, he was gunned down in a drive by while walking his little sister home from school.

She tasks Jang-mi with peeling a massive bag of chestnuts that night, and tells her to be at their house early in the morning. Ki-tae spends 48 hours locked in the bathroom, reading, exercising, and fighting boredom. He weakens and hallucinates his friends and family saying how tired they are of him, knowing none of them will come and rescue him. For a moment he perks up thinking of Jang-mi, but remembers their fight and loses hope. He lies on the floor and passes out, just as we saw him at the top of the episode. He says he’s only spent time with her because he wanted to ultimately be left alone, but now he can’t get rid of her.

She told me that she had this huge grin on her face just from reading my plot and character synopsis. The women are all in a tizzy, and tell Ki-tae that it’s better if he marries a different girl. He yells at them all to hush, and wraps up his plan by declaring that the only woman he will ever marry is Jang-mi – so if they oppose his marrying her, he’ll just stay single forever. Mom tells Jang-mi that she’s already aware of everything that goes on in the family, and Jang-mi calls her a fool for putting up with it.

I don’t believe for a moment that either of them is happy the way they’re living, though they’ve convinced themselves that they are. What’s great is that they each already have the other’s number, and they each hold the key to the other finding balance. When they start to realize that their way isn’t working for them anymore and learn to meet in the middle, they’re going to make a great team. A romantic comedy about a man who doesn’t want to get married and a woman who has no luck in marriage prospect. Gong Ki Tae is a successful bachelor who keeps getting pressured by his family to settle down.

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The dried fish beating was one of the best kdrama beatdowns ever. I marathoned all 6 episodes over the weekend and am enjoying it. I’ve watched every episode of MnD and HSK TWICE. Haha I’ve been starved for good rom-coms and now I’m gorging on them. I completely agree with you, I just couldn’t quite put it into words so I didn’t write anything. But, yes I totally think that the actor’s smiling all the time actually suits what this character is supposed to be.

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Yeo-reum lays out a picnic for Jang-mi, and she’s touched to see the same fancy dish he was studying so intently earlier in the day. She shocks him by eating bites of it with kimchi, which he doesn’t like, but he admits they’re good together when she convinces him to try it. She says she’s noticed he eats alone a lot, and proposes that they eat together sometimes, thinking to herself that she’ll take things slow with him. Jang-mi lets herself into her dark and empty house, and remembers a time when she was small and was left home alone, terrified and crying for her parents. At the same time, Ki-tae lies alone in bed, thinking about Se-ah’s question of why he loves his home and remembering being a child, happy and safe in this same bed.

Forced marriages, practiced in some families, are condemned by the United Nations. The specific sub-category of forced child marriage is especially condemned.[1] In other cultures, people mostly choose their own partner. It’s a testament to Han Groo’s acting skills that Jang Mi never comes across as pathetic or bumbling. I think it helps that Jang Mi follows her moral compass into embarrassing situations, eyes wide open at the potential fallout. She stirs up trouble wherever she goes because she doesn’t privilege being comfortable over speaking her mind. That’s a lot easier for me to swallow than watching naive wallflowers get abused/humiliated by straight-up bad people, as happens so frequently in other dramas.

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He goes on the offensive and growls that she’s not part of his family and she has no business interfering – their relationship ends tomorrow. Mom takes Jang-mi shopping for http://www.yourhookupguide.com food for the memorial, where Jang-mi admits that her family doesn’t follow these rituals. Mom points out that in her family, the women do all the work to prepare the food.

He’s not in the mood for company and starts to call her a taxi, when she spots his gigantic fish tank and whines that if he won’t let her make ramyun then she’ll make fish stew. She starts grabbing for fish with her bare hand, calling it Nemo. Ki-tae wrestles her away from the tank, insisting that it isn’t Nemo, but not before she manages to grab one fish and drop it on the floor. ” and gets the fish back in the tank and roars at her to leave. Wondering when Yeo-reum will call, Jang-mi heads to Hoon-dong’s restaurant to look for him, and hides when she sees Hoon-dong sitting with a woman whose face she can’t see. Jang-mi tries to sneak past them into the kitchen, but Hoon-dong catches her mid-sneak.

Arranged marriages have historically been prominent in many cultures. The practice remains common in many regions, notably South Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, and the Caucasus. In many other parts of the world, the practice has declined substantially during the 19th and 20th centuries.

She’s even angry with Grandma, sobbing that she thought she was nice but she let her be taken advantage of. She’s not wrong, but it’s a bit too far, and even Ki-tae shoots her a look that says, Too much, dial it back. Jang-mi doesn’t believe her so Hyun-hee says to ask him herself, and suddenly Hoon-dong is there in a suit holding a bouquet of flowers. He kneels and confesses, but Jang-mi insists that she really doesn’t like him anymore and no, she’s not playing hard to get. She spots Ki-tae’s mother approaching, and shoves Hoon-dong unceremoniously into a dressing room.

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