Started watching a day or two ago, have to restrain myself not to watch al the episode’s in one go… My take is that KT is falling for how honest, sincere and selfless she can be…and really that’s not nothing considering the mother, father, and ex-fiance that he has and the impact that they’ve had on him. Add to that attraction and just generally enjoying her company, it’s easy to see why he might fall for her. I mean, he seemed happy in the flashbacks shown with SA, his then fiance, so I don’t see him as a person that genuinely and wholeheartedly wants to be alone forever…he’s just tired of being manipulated/controlled.

I have actutally rewatched some of the episodes already because I love the attraction and tension between our two leads. 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. Aunt Mi-jung tells Mom that she overheard Jang-mi say she was meeting someone at the restaurant, and Mom calls Hoon-dong’s mother to ask if he’s dating anyone. She says there was that stalker, but she doesn’t remember her name…but it’s enough to pique Mom’s curiosity.

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Yeo-reum accuses Ki-tae of being jealous, but Ki-tae insists he was just being chivalrous to let the woman use his bed. Yeo-reum fusses at him for not taking care of himself when he’s sick, but Jang-mi breaks up the bromantic moment to tell them that Ki-tae’s mother is here. There’s a mad scramble as everyone runs in circles, and finally Ki-tae shoves Yeo-reum into his bedroom just as Mom comes in. She comments that they must be living together now, which Ki-tae runs with, earning a smack from Jang-mi.

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And they’ve both held their marriages together for the sake of their children and the scandal it would cause otherwise. And how it’s stitched together is frayed in different ways that create a lot of ongoing issues for their families and offspring. Maybe it’s the multiple divorces in my family, but the similar but different approach to these two failed marriages and their impact on the next generation fascinates me. The manga-ish reactions and the sound effects and comedic-timings are so on point it’s almost unbelievable. I was telling one of my friends about it today and explaining the crossed love lines etc is entertaining in of itself.

I think that if/when Jang-mi finds people who truly love and appreciate her for who she is, she will be able to let go of this unhealthy need to constantly surround herself with people. She will be known, and that will be infinitely more satisfying than cycling through countless superficial relationships. He was, and still is, incapable of anything but cerebral interactions with others. Such a person manages his affairs with exemplary neatness and efficiency, but staying alone is the only way to maintain it. And he knows it, as he tirelessly professed that all he ever wanted was for the world to leave him alone. As a hurricane known as Jang Mi is blowing through his core existence, he can go either way.

She drunkenly admits that she was there just to create a scene, but moans that it became real. Later, Jang-mi sits outside, doing all the cooking herself. She’s a mess, covered in flour and dripping sweat, absorbed in the work.

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I’m beginning to get the feeling that if it wasn’t those two actors playing the main characters I would not be watching this drama at all. I do not care about any of the side characters, nor the chaebol ‘plot’ and what I like about the main couple is mostly due to Jo Si Sub’s acting and the insanely endearing way Young ho looks at Joo Eun. Which is why I need more episodes like this, just the two of them being adorable, though it seems like that time has already come to an end lmao.

But I’m seeing fewer of those hidden redeeming qualities and more of the sneering meanie, and I’m losing faith in her. I must be the only one who doesn’t mind how long it is taking our main couple to get together — I like watching two good but flawed characters realize their feelings and grow as people. I want KT to have to do some work to win JM — after all she’s been through, it natural for her to retreat to someone like YR who seems to offer uncomplicated affection and support. And a little more increasing sexual tension along the way is all to the good. I’m more worried that if they declare their feelings too soon, we’ll be right back in conventional rom-com land, trying to fill episodes with gimmicky obstacles to the path of true love. I’m also fascinated by Ki-tae’s mother, who seems to have such a strong need for control, she’s practically a robot.

It’s Yeo-reum who steadily waits for her and offers support. And nobody needs for her to do that more than Ki-tae. Yes, he’s starting to care for her, and I believe he’s already more than halfway in love with her. But he doesn’t respect her, and no wonder, because she doesn’t respect herself. While I believe that people deserve respect no matter what, I can see why a person like Ki-tae would have a hard time respecting a girl who constantly acts like a doormat to get people to like her. It’s probably even harder for him because he does know she’s capable of standing up for herself…after all, she does it with him all the time.

The way YR said that JM had fallen for the story about being abandoned by his mother made him look so bad. He seems willing to use whoever he needs at the moment. JM looks too adoringly at him right now for me to see how they are going to switch it over to KT quickly and that makes me sad. The problem with Jang Mi is that she is such a people pleaser. She knows she’s in a fake relationship and she has free reign on making herself look bad in front of the in-laws but she just can’t do it.