Jong Kab is a man in his 70s who is an extreme cheapskate and male chauvinist. He inspects his wife Bok Ja’s household accounts, wrecks meals by complaining about the food, and is stingy with even his wife’s sauna fees. Bok Ja is an extremely submissive and nice woman who was abused and treated like a housekeeper, not to mention being in a loveless marriage. She endures the bitterness until the marriage of her youngest daughter in order to fulfill her responsibility as a parent. As soon as her daughter’s wedding is over, her repressed feelings explode. She shoves divorce papers at Jong Kab and demands an end to their marriage. Jong Kab is extremely shocked by a Bok Ja he has never seen before, and tears up the divorce papers without hesitation, refusing to divorce. The four children of Jong Kab and Bok Ja ponder how to financially support their parents who are about to divorce. They all react differently to the late-life divorce of their parents and begin to think about what true love between married people is like.