Ki-tae and Jang-mi stand in their wedding finery, at an altar under a stormy sky, both of them looking angry and hurt. I feel the role could've been played better because it reminded me of the second leads in mangas and manhwas that fall in love with the female lead and tease her just because she's cute and also to keep her away from the male lead because even if the second lead doesn't like the female together with the male lead, he also doesn't do much in claiming her because he knows he doesn't stand a chance and is afraid. Drama Recaps Abyss: She realizes that his mother has been betrayed by his father and is being pushed away by her only child. Thanks MND. I cried, then ran to the kitchen to make my sons' favorite chicken dish I'm rewatching too:
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Marriage, Not Dating
Simple storyline yet great fun, just like Reply and MnD. Such a big fan of both leads and it was so refreshing to see a mother-in-law who was not pure evil just to supply a drama with a stock villain. I love watching actors grow role by role, and these two had such a fantastically timed growth spurt in the same drama opposite one another. The fact that he did all those things is just his way of showing love and concern to the ones he care for. Those two were wonderful to watch together and separately. Episodes They stay true to themselves as the show manages to tie up all the loose ends nicely, leaving me feeling like everyone gets the ending they deserve.