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I just don't love the bathroom humour. D now, what about the dark secret? I suppose we're all so used to the perfect second-lead that when a flawed one comes in, we reject it. That is why they get hurt.

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I realized the scene is between Hoon Doong and Hyun Hee. Awe July 22, at 8: In reality, it is very difficult to find a typical Korean second lead. We all know he has killer smile,but no need to smile all the time,right? Thank you girlfriday and LollyPip for the recaps! Chandler July 23, at 2:

Cast - Marriage, Not Dating. Julien Kang Main Cast. Yoon So Hee Main Cast. Park Joon Gyu Supporting Cast. Choi Hyun Supporting Cast. Lee Bo Hee Supporting Cast. Kim Kap Soo Supporting Cast. Im Ye Jin Supporting Cast. Huh Jung Min Supporting Cast.

Kim Young Ok Supporting Cast. DRRC Actually, she was sleeping with her ex. When she was gonna propose she said "I don't wana keep meeting at hotels I meet in our own place 4 ever"! So, the 1st kiss emotion won't apply in this drama, cause in the disco scene her friend told her to get a one-night-stand a virgin won't go looking for a one-night-guy!!

Laughing my ass out loud due to the fact that Joo Jang Mi pooped in her shorts!!! BlueBird well HE kissed her. Helps that she started liking him. Thats actually pretty natural and real. Torres Does anyone know the name of the song at the start of the episode? Sounds like a cover of a corny 80s love song. It's by Shin Seung Hoon - "Reflection of you in your smile" https: Natalia I love this drama! Great script, humor and acting! SweetAngel What Jang Mi has in her favor is that she is honest and kind.

She may be a screwball, but she is the only person in Ki Tae's life who is genuine. Everyone else plays games. Even his ex apparently. Which is probably why he's not with her. This is no doubt why he wants to be alone. No one wants to be totally alone forever. He's just tired of people who play games, and now he's even become one of them. He doesn't want to be in a marriage like his parents.

This is why he needs Jang Mi, but doesn't even know it yet. Emina-Chii you've said it perfectly! Pocahontas well saying SweetAngel Please enter the character as shown in the image above. Alphabet case doesn't matter. Select an option Broken Link Video out of sync Wrong video.

You have already reported this video. A guest has already reported this video using your current IP address. You have already reported this download. I see his one-armed embrace for two reasons: It shows that he is still torn on being attracted to her.

He can't help but NOT to reciprocate her skinship. This is the second time she surprised him with an embrace - the first time when she saved him in the bathroom. On that occasion, being half-out of his mind and unable to think things through carefully, he grabs on to her for dear life. In this second case, although he's surprised, he still has his wits about him - enough to be able to hold back just a bit. From a cinematography perspective, his keeping one arm down make the shot more open to the viewer and allows the audience to see more of what is going on between them.

I totally agree with your comments about how deft the writing is and how it really makes the characters seem fresh and real. And of course, it's always nice to see characters look like they're actually enjoying kisses and skinship, whoo. I really enjoyed this episode not just because it was very funny but because it also started giving us more concrete glimpses into the motivations and backgrounds of these characters.

How interesting is it that both JangMi and YeoReum experienced abandonment as children but they have grown to deal with it in opposite ways? Yeo Reum remains aloof so that no one can get close enough to hurt him again while JangMi throws herself after anyone who shows her some interest because she's so desperate for connection and so fearful of being alone. Him revealing that to her is seriously the perfect way to shake her resolve, although he doesn't even know that.

These characters have experienced so much trauma and it colours everything they do, even as adults. I think there is a lot of truth in that. And while KiTae might be going to extreme lengths to retain his solitude, I can completely understand his desire to keep everyone at arm's length and to revel in solitude. She is blackmailing her ex fiance into helping her have a child so that she can live with someone who is just like her?! I had to pause the show for awhile just to absorb the immense wrongness of all that.

I do not blame KiTae for ending things with her, wow. I really hope we get some insight into what makes her tick because I can't currently fathom it. Definitely not okay with HyunHee getting HoonDong wasted so that she could sleep with him. And I still can't tell if she's genuinely interested in him or not.

I really thought she was only interested in his money up until now but this show's doing such a good job of giving all the characters depth that I want to believe there's more to it than that. Also just yowza at KiTae deepening the kiss at the end. I'm glad the opening didn't happen just because it would have been way too soon. They don't feel that strongly about each other yet so I'm okay with them taking things slow. I agree that Se Ah is just freaking nuts. But what makes it interesting is that I have never seen that trope used in a drama before, and am curious to see where this leads to.

She seems to be an extremely controlling person - and maybe thinks that if she is a single mother she can mold the poor kid into her exact self image we all know how well that usually works out in real life.

I find Se Ah's character very interesting. She seems like someone who has everything figured out in her life and although she has made it clear herself that she is narcissistic, from my point of view, it doesn't seem that way. She is definitely not the one dimensional second lead whom you want to bitch slap nor is she someone with no feelings for GT. I hope the story shows her development for the better too along with our leads. Very restrained acting from the idol who plays Se Ah.

I agree with you, Han Sunhwa's limited range of expression actually works here, as it delivers the message of how cold and calculating Se-ah is. And yet, I find Se-ah intriguing because a part of me hopes she was being honest about wanting a baby. That is, I want to believe that Se-ah selfish wanting is a result of bad parenting too. She ends up loving herself so much she puts herself above everyone else; including the man she loves and even her future child.

In this case, I lump her and Yeo-rum together because, in my opinion, both of them are vain. They know well how to work their personal physical charm for their own benefits. They don't trust or love? Well, Yeo-rum has a case of abandonment to factor in, and yet I wonder how Se-ah was brought up.

Maybe her rich parents indulge her with money but without any real affection? Maybe she was spoiled rotten, without any guidance towards morality's right and wrong? While Gi-tae 's case of slight? They discard people easily and for Se-ah when she is hurt, she never forgives Anyway, I've been wondering about these two side characters Se-ah and Yeo-rum ever since I watched the trailer and the opening.

It's like Sunhwa and Jinwoon have mischievous light in their eyes, like they are partners in crime or something. Another episode full of great moments!!!

And yes the KISS was definitely the hight light! Also I loved the scene when she was chasing Hoon Dong and give him much deserved smacks! I hate how dramas just try to pass the she's selfish so she does selfish things motivation to the side characters and leave them so flat.

He sees his mistakes but wat can yea do.. Finally we have the 6th episode recap.. I thought fersure that it was goin to happen but there was no countdown which was odd for me.. Only thing I couldn't stand was YR story.. He never even really apologize and even the scene at the mall the guy wasn't sincere or apologetic.. He jus kept doin what he always does which is smile and play everything off..

I guess since korwan dramas have so much of it I didn't really feel much for it but that doesn't excuse his actions to jang mi and even the aftermath..

I can only compare it to secret garden.. One of the best kiss scenes I seen in a k drama and her initiating it meant even more then if he forced it on her.. The him pulling her in and jus giving it her all..

Or, at the very least, maybe it's his drunken dream about how he WISHES that would have gone but couldn't recall it upon waking up? I like my version better. That scene was great. And the devious little grabby hands JJM made when she was facing away from him I think this might be HER dream sequence.

YR dude I know you have issues in your life but you don't do that to a girl acting so inconsiderate. MND is the first drama I didn't know any of the actors in, yet still watched it. Their bickering isn't just pointless arguments thrown back and forth okay maybe they are - but they do it with so much chemistry, side note: Don't think I've been as in love with a show as I am with this one!

I disliked Full House as well, couldn't even finish it. But for me there's no comparison, in FH they were two kids bickering, and his lies were just to much the baby!

You do not just write a scene like that and think that avid kdrama fans would take it lightlyyyyy!!!! I demand that scene to be shown sooner or later I've been hooked on this drama is say I love how realistic the show is when it comes to the interaction of people who are genuinely attracted to each other. I just discovered this awesome drama today, and the mini-binge was fabulous.

Thank you for the great recaps! First, thank you GirlFriday and LollyPip for choosing to recap this show! Secondly, I happened to catch this show when it first aired because I was looking for a drama to fill a void that often happens when another drama concludes. So when I really started to get sucked into this show and saw that dramabeans was not recapping it, I felt a little alone in my love for this MND.

But now I'm excited to share the love with everyone else! So thank you again for recapping!!! I am still holding out hope that that scene will still occur down the line. Hopefully they continue with thay scene on the next episode as a running gag jus to synchronized the episodes coming up..

I've said this in another place, too, but Imagine if the sexes of Dong-hoon and Hyun-hee were reversed; you have a guy who deliberately gets a girl drunk and then sleeps with her. What would you call it? There's no need to do the gender-reversal exercise. No matter what sexes we're dealing with, if you don't have non-consensual sex is rape. I really dislike Hyun-hee. I find her to be manipulative, self-centred and a poor excuse of a friend I wouldn't be surprised if she becomes one of our heroine's biggest road blocks, I could see her jealousy getting to her and stabbing Jang-min in the back.

Now that I'm off my MND rant, a general comment on kdramaland. One of the biggest issues I have with it is that almost every single drama has the male lead planting a kiss on his girl when she's not expecting and quite often not wanting it and she just remains there all wide-eyed and uncomfortable or, even worse, angry and hurt.

I have a problem with this because consent isn't just about sex, it should be about any increase in physical intimacy I just don't understand why this is such a popular scene in Korean dramas when skinship is such a big deal Why would you have your leads cross that boundary when one is clearly not up for it? No more of that dramaland, OK?

The reality is, if the genders had been reversed in this episode this message board would be lighting up like a christmas tree with condemning comments. But written as it was, there has been almost nothing said. There's frequently a glaring double standard in what people react to. Sometimes it's worth pointing out. Thank you for saying this!

I was going through the comments and the recap thinking "seriously is NO ONE going to point out the vile thing she just did? The double standard is horrible and needs to be taken more seriously by the show and the audience. Keep tabs on this one. I'll give Jang-Mi a pass because she probably though he forced himself on Hyun-Hee when drunk, that'd the only way I accept her beating on him in that particular instance. That was my reaction too. How could she take advantage of him like that? It's still rape even if a woman does it to a man.

It's definitely Ki-tae and Jang-mi, and the clothes they were wearing that night, but just a slightly different memory of how he ended up nekkid. I love the GT x JM couple. They are seriously so adorbs. And the getting drunk with his father in law scene was so good. It's so rare to find a drama that has as much heart as they do laughs, balancing each other in a relevant narrative.

However, I feel like I can just watch the three of them locked up in a room together they whole day and they will still be wonderfully entertaining.

Han Groo as an actress reminds me of Ha Ji Won; she can go from comedy to heartbreaking drama at a drop of a pin. And Kim Hae Sook is breaking my heart here. You can see the little shocks on her face when strangers show her human decency that her family doesn't extend her.

She's such a bulldozer, but I don't think anyone doubts that everything she does, she does it for her family. Lastly, can I just say I love the theme of Girl who never wants to be alone love together with a Boy who only wants to be alone? There's something soul-tugging about the idea that JM really needs to learn how to go the distance by herself - I have no doubt that she has the capability to do so - vs GT who needs to learn to not let his vulnerability isolate him from the rest of the world.

And his family except for his father perhaps - for all their quirks, imperfections and mischief - truly cares and worries that their mistakes will cause him a lifetime of loneliness, even though he is perfectly fine with that outcome. It is only with that experience of fearing that you would die alone in your bathroom at the grand old age of 30 is he able to begin to comprehend the fear and helplessness JM must have felt when she was 5.

Although I must say, I'm surprised he just didn't drink from the tap during the time he was locked in - desperate times call for desperate measures! Lovely comments, especially about how his lock-in experience made him more able to empathize with Jang-mi's trauma at 5. I hadn't thought about that, but it is so true. I also echo your sentiments about the tap water. She just throws herself fully into whatever her characters demand of her. I fell in love with Yeon Woo-jin during Arang I still remember there were some of us over at that drama's recap that really liked his depiction of the evil yet not entirely heartless villain, brilliantly portrayed.

Although very different, again he delivered as the maknae of 4 brothers who fell in love with a much older woman but had to split with her in the end. He uses his eyes and small gestures to depict his emotions. He is not TOO good looking but is really good to look at.

Here, YWJ again out-performed and exceeds my expectation. I am totally sold to his Ki Tae! Perhaps you can do another Lead Role, this time on national TV hon?! BUT the biggest jaw-dropping element for me is Han Groo.

She is just so natural that I can't believe me eyes when I found out she is just Again, I didn't know who she was until this drama, and boy am I in love with her!! Han Groo's Jang Mi is so charming! Yet, she can take care of herself, bouncing back so many times even when she feels hurt and sad.

There have been quite a number of cable dramas that are so good. Han Groo acting is seriously superB!! I miss Jang Mi even when I had finish watch the episode twice. Uncannily, they do resemble each other as well.

Or sisters in a row! Everybody is raving about the kiss I enjoyed all Yeon Woo Jin's antics. This guy is a comedy gold: How often the actors play a drunk person and then walk straight!

I just couldn't stop laughing There was that bit where she bent down to catch her breath with her back to him, and he just took the opportunity to kick her. I have a feeling that's an improv cos how do you script those things in? It reminds me of something that happened during uni days. Two of my friends got super drunk as a result of a drinking game ah We maneuvered them back to their respective rooms on two different floors. But one of them insisted that she wants to go "visit" the other drunk.

So she tottered back down and marched into the other drunk girl's room and climbed onto her bed with the other drunk girl in it. My second drunk friend was not happy her bed got invaded and started being a whiny drunk. The invader just deadpanned, "Shut up - you're being noisy" and kicked the other girl off the bed, who rolled off onto the carpeted floor. I know it sounds drama and slightly dangerous, but it was hilarious at that time I so agree with you two.

That was the best sequence of the episode. The details they're putting in are hilarious. Her complaint about his long legs being a problem as he spilled out of the taxi in the classic trope he should be her daddy long legs, but she's always having to rescue him. And in the midst of all that, he twists the portrayal to be all soft and smexy, by quietly murmuring that his one simple desire is to be left alone. It was a lovely, and vulnerable moment, but he also managed to be very very sexy during it.

Yeah, I'm honestly surprised that everyone was so bummed about the opening scene because I loved the scene we got instead so much more and no one's talking about it! I even forgot about the scene at the beginning. Ki-tae managed to be hilarious, adorable, vulnerable and sad all in one scene and I loved it.

I was surprise his talk wasn't really wasn't in the recap.. I seem likely th most emotionally vulnerable he has been throughout the series.. I jus hope she doesn't take that much longer to trying to fit herself in this equation since her goal now I'd to keep him alone forever. Yeah, I thought that scene was probably the most important of the episode so I was a bit shocked that all that was said about it was that it was less raunchy than in the opening.

Not even a mention of what Ki-tae said: Now I feel like that cold open disrupted the flow of the episode by making people disappointed at what they didn't get, instead of grateful for what they did. So that's my personal reason for not really liking it. There were so many great moments in this episode, that I forgot about the opening scene!

I trust the writer to give us an explanation The sperm bank and drunk KT was so wonderful! Put aside the comedic factor, we're given the reason why KT is so desperate to be alone and how vulnerable he is. I still cannot believe that YWJ is 8 years older than HG -- he's freakishly young looking and she's a beautifully mature actor; they look and feel so perfect and wonderful together. What a great balance. These two will go very far. You know you love a show when you write so much about it without even mentioning one of the best scenes.

I felt so bad for him. He's such a smooth guy all the time so whenever he gets uncomfortable or flustered it's even more endearing. GAH, that opening was such a tease. But the scene turned out cute anyway with the whole post-it-notes shenanigans, so it's okay. Jang Mi and Ki Tae stays as such awesome characters and they soooooo complete each other. I kind of want them to keep delaying the fact that they know they actually like each other so that the endless fun continyes hahaha.

Han Groo is such a good actress too, I've never watched any of the leads besides Sunhwa and Yoon So Hee but all of them are refreshing. So selfish, so frustrating, yet so interesting. She could be doing what she's doing to just get Ki Tae on bed, but I reaaaaalllyyyyy hope she actually wants to live with a baby that's just like her.

I really hope she does love herself thaaaat much.

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Oh no, poor Jang-mi. Didn't expect that, Jinwoon's character is so ambiguous though..

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More annoying than the immature douche Hoon-dong.

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Those are interesting parallels, for sure I demand that scene to be shown sooner or later It was a combination of not turning out to be the situation I thought it was and the nit that I'm immature and appreciate a good poop joke. In this second case, although he's surprised, he still has his marriage not dating ep 5 kiss about him - enough to be able to hold back just a bit. Mysterious would be shin sung rok in man from another star.