Drama Review: Marriage, Not Dating [SPOILER ALERT!!!!] | Jaydee Entertainment Corner
Marriage, Not Dating is a hilarious romantic comedy that follows a plastic surgeon on his quest to Posted by jasturrup91 in Drama, Review. Marriage Not Dating’s strength is really in its execution and its primary cast’s committed performances. If you’re in the mood for a light, well-done rom-com, Marriage Not Dating might just be your ticket. Much as I enjoy Yeon Woo Jin in this show, it’s Han Groo who stole. Tagged: arranged marriage, contract marriage, Kdrama, kdrama plots, Marriage not Dating, Marriage not Dating review, romcom, Yun Woo Jin.
She was there because she was in love and that love was sincere, at least it was for her. Gong Gi Tae decides to hire Jang Mi to pretend to be his girlfriend.
See, that’s what the app is perfect for.
He tells her that she would be the perfect woman because he has no intentions of marrying her and she has no intentions of marrying him. She is one of his patients — as well as his ex-girlfriend. While talking casually to each other, she tries to coax him into coming to her hospital to work. He tells her that there are other doctors, that are just as good and better than he is, that would be willing to work in the hospital. She finds it ironic that he said the same thing to her three years earlier when they broke up.
Gi Tae and Jang Mi begin their deception and almost immediately Hoon Dong feels the pangs of jealousy and regret.
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Hyun Hee sees what is happening and offers to be his drinking buddy. He ends up getting drunk and they do the thing and she ends up pregnant. He realizes that Jang Mi is not afraid of being abandoned, but she is terrified of being alone. In her, Yeo Reum finds a woman that he knows will never leave him. He falls in love with her. I really did not expect that I will like it because I'm really tired of the fake relationship trope but this drama pulled it off really well.
It was humorous with just enough melo from the little twists and turns. She's fierce and not afraid to voice her opinion.
She's the kind of girl who wears her heart on her sleeves which is, as Gong Gi Tae says, the reason why she gets hurt all the freaking time. From the start, I didn't really dislike Gi Tae despite his "rude" attitude. He's just a really straightforward guy who does not know how to do things in the most natural way. This drama was perfect except that nothing is actually perfect.
It would have been perfect without the second leads.
Review: Marriage Not Dating [Marriage Without Dating]
I felt like the second leads did not help the plot thicken. I just developed immense hate towards the two. Despite the two being a-holes, I think that Yeo Reum is the lesser evil. Gang Se Ah, everbody. She was a clingy ex-girlfriend. Don't you get it?
You're an ex for a reason? You may have shared many things with Gi Tae but learn where you stand. Gi Gae was furious but I was more furious when she said "You shouldn't have kept a secret from me. Somebody please tell him to stop rolling-up his eyeballs before his eyelids are completely closed. Han Groo as Joo Jang Mi, the lead female character. Like all korean drama, Ki Tae and Jang Mi has love enemy, and in this case, they also develops as their best friends, the one who cares and help for each other, no matter how painful it is.
Marriage, Not Dating | Review | K-Drama Amino
My most memorable friendship scene in the drama is when Hoon Dong and Jang Mi crying together eps They confess their problem to each other and end up crying together, even mocking and encouraging each other to be strong. But Jang Mi and Ki Tae are in love with each other so much, they become more mature and realized that they are not their parents, and they know that their relationship is worth the try.
They decided to be simple and live in the now. Those kind of things. Romantic Comedy romcom is one of the most common genre in KDrama.