Marriage, Not Dating Episode 15


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  • Aired: August 22, 2014

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Katie
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Oct 16, 2015

I love how this episode really focused on…

I love how this episode really focused on the parents. This is probably one of the first dramas I've watched where I don't hate any of the mothers. They all have character depth and we get to see why they do the things that they do. I really wasn't expecting that ending! How is this all going to end in the last episode?
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Skye-N-Rain
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Sep 24, 2014

<3

I loved the Mother to Son heart-to-heart talk Gi Tae had with his mother. I also really enjoyed how Jang Mi and Gi Tae's mother are becoming closer. It feels like the iciness between them has finally melted.

Now as for Yoon Reum, I still think it was a bad idea for Jang Mi to open up a restaurant with him. What were they thinking?
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justinconfusion
4 people found this review helpful
Aug 24, 2014

awesome

This episode was really great. I loved everything about it. The cute moments and the sad moments. Everything was good. And again I was so grossed out by Gi Tae's father. He is a person with such an ugly personality and I think that he should be more than ashamed of hisself. I really hope that he'll get what he deserves.
The thing that I enjoyed most in this episode was the scene where Jang Mi and Gi Tae's mother shared some alcohol. Although they weren't exactly very friendly, the discussion was still kind of warm. They are like frenemies and I really like their relationship.
I also liked when Gi Tae called his mother and talked to her about his fears. For me that was really a surprise. Although he's right in thinking that Jang Mi wants acknowledgement, I don't think that she is like his mother. His mom wants to be acknowledged by anyone (I'm exaggerating here) while Jang Mi wants to be acknowledged by the people that are important to her or at least by people that matter. But don't we all? But I still understand that Gi Tae is afraid of leading a life similar to his parents.

Now then, I am going to watch the last episode ^_^

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