Marriage Not Dating: Episode 11 » Dramabeans Korean drama recaps
Some new feelings are discovered, and some relationships begin to take a turn for the better. But just when things are looking up, the Green-Eyed Monster rears its ugly head to ruin everything. Back in the present, Ki-tae and Jang-mi have been on their knees for quite some time in front of Grandma, who upbraids them for lying about being engaged. Jang-mi tries to explain that she understands how Ki-tae feels about wanting to be alone, after experiencing his family.
Perhaps when you get so good at fake love, you stop being able to recognize the real deal. Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here.
Looks like some more teamwork may be required to patch up their broken families, and more importantly, their own hearts. They stand for a long moment, faltering every time they try to speak. Ki-tae argues that she agreed that marriage was burdensome, but Se-ah says it was only to protect herself so that she could stay near him, if only as friends. Se-ah finally breaks and cries that she told his mother because no matter what she did, all he thinks about is Jang-mi.