A married man decides to move out of his house to get away from his wife. Meanwhile, his eldest son is widowed and has vowed to never marry again. His second eldest son is disinterested in getting married while harboring a secret crush on his friend’s girlfriend. Then there is his youngest son who has been once divorced but pretends that he has never been married before so that he could enhance his attractiveness among women. Somehow, all the male members of the family have had relationship problems and through their personal stories, this TV series will try to enlighten viewers on how marriage is a constant work in progress.
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This was another drama I watched mainly to see Seo In Guk. And I ended up really liking the character played by Ryu Soo Young - he really stole the show for me. This was laggy in certain parts, but overall I enjoyed this family drama. There were a few parts I would have liked to have ff'd through just to get back to the parts I liked better. I think the parents were more of the rascals than the sons in this. The main mother was naggy no matter what and wasn't really someone I liked until the last episode. The mother of Tae Ju was horrible and all her sighing and pouting and carrying on was a real turn off. There were a few romances going on in this. The main couple of Hyung Gi and In Ok got to be a little tiresome during the last few of the 50 episodes - almost too much forced drama. The middle brother Min Gi (played by Ryu Soo Young) had an unrequited love for his best friend's fiancé, but thankfully resolved that and had a much better romance with Jin Yu Ri, played by Lizzy (and reminded me of Jung Eun Ji from Reply 1997 -she was adorable and I'm now a fan.) I'm glad they sent off the friend and his fiancé part way through the show because they weren't fun characters to watch and it got Min Gi's real romance started. The youngest brother, was Seung Gi (played by Seo In Guk) and his player ways at first. I really thought that I would end up disliking this character, but he really had a lot of character growth during the course of the drama. I felt bad for his missed romance with Song Hee, and I wished that the actress that played Mi Rim - his wife, could have played a character with more passion. She's a beautiful actress, but the character could have been written better. Min-Gi and Yu-Ri's romance was the highlight of the show for me and made me want to watch more of Ryu Soo Young in other works. Probably will not re-watch due to length, but may go back to revisit some favorite scenes.