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Marriage, Dating, Korean Drama, Valentines Day Weddings, Quotes Married Yeon Woo Jin, Marriage Not Dating, Disabled Dating, Korean Drama, . Marriage Not dating ♥ | Yun Woo Jin | Han Groo | kdrama South Korea, .. MAMAMOO have lent their voices for "Love Lane" from the 'Marriage Not Dating' OST!. "Marriage Not Dating" takes over the tvN Fri & Sat time slot previously Marriage Not Dating-Han afrocolombianidad.info · Marriage Not Dating-Yeon afrocolombianidad.info Marriage Not Dating wraps up in a satisfying and poetic way, bringing us Ki-tae and Jang-mi stand in their wedding finery, at an altar under a stormy sky .. for Yeon Woo-jin and Han Groo, who showed fantastic range and now each .. we had more time to just savor the OST relationship for a little longer.
Park Jun-gyu as Joo Kyung-pyo, Jang-mi's father He and his wife are so happy and excited to have a future doctor son-in-law, that Jang-mi is unable to tell her parents the real score between her and Gi-tae. Park Hee-jin as Gong Mi-jung She gets bribed by her sister-in-law Bong-hyang into tailing Gi-tae and Jang-mi, hoping to find proof that their relationship is fake.
Kim Young-ok as Noh Geum-soon Gi-tae's grandmother, and the only member of his family who approves of Jang-mi. Lee Bo-hee as Hoon-dong's mother A wealthy widow who dotes on and spoils her only son. He is also antagonistic towards Yeo-reum. Lee Yeon-kyung as Soo-hwan's mistress. Angry tears start to pool in her eyes, and just then, Yeo-reum comes out with the juice Ki-tae ordered. Ki-tae is pissed at Hoon-dong for being a weasel, and asks what Jang-mi was to him: Hoon-dong is ever so quickly distracted by the entrance of a hot girl in a red dress, and is surprised when Ki-tae says Hoon-dong already knows her.
She tries to coax him over to her hospital, but he says there are plenty of better doctors than him. She sighs that he said the same thing about finding a better man when he broke up with her three years ago. His mother calls her a stalker and regales her with the terrible things Hoon-dong said about her, including the hotel proposal that terrified her poor son.
When Jang-mi is around they talk through her, and she screams at them to fight instead.
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Hoon-dong tries to run away like the rat that he is, but Jang-mi fiiiiinally corners him for the first time since the hotel proposal. As the argument gets heated, she raises the beer bottle in her hand as if to strike him, and Ki-tae grabs her arm to block her and Hoon-dong cowers to the ground in terror. She stifles back sobs, and Ki-tae finally tells her to go ahead. And the second she sees his eyes, she drops the bottle and the sobering tears come: This whole drunken interrogation is priceless.
Ki-tae remembers that today is her court date.
Ki-tae gets a rude awakening of his own when a real estate agent starts showing his house unannounced, and he sits down with Mom for the first time in years.
She lays down the law and says he has until Now Ki-tae realizes what the heck Jang-mi was babbling about at the police station—it was his mother who invited her over.
With little time left to spare, he dashes to the courthouse, and we catch up to the opening scene. She holds the bill up as she pays her fine, and muses that the punishment for her love is somewhere between jaywalking and an act of violence.
She tries to walk around him, but he asks her to come to his house to meet his mother. Mom, Dad, and Grandma all come out to greet him, and their expressions all morph into looks of horror as Jang-mi finally steps out.
She looks like something the cat dragged in after a night of clubbing: Rewind to 17 hours ago, in front of the courthouse. He offers to pay her, which she shoots down, so then he offers to help her get back together with Hoon-dong, which she refuses even more vehemently. But she fails to be impressed and blames him for causing so much of this mess in the first place, and yells at him to get lost.
Instead, he trails behind her silently like a lost puppy, no matter how many death glares she sends his way. Off they go to a club, where Hyun-hee has fun dancing and Jang-mi drowns her sorrows in martinis. Ki-tae surprises her by sincerely apologizing—he says he assumed some things about her and was wrong, though he points out that she messed things up for him too. Hyun-hee tries to get Jang-mi to forget that jerk Hoon-dong and have some fun, so Jang-mi takes to the dance floor.
She goes along with Hyun-hee and even dances with a guy with their backs turnedbefore turning around and coming face to face with Hoon-dong. Hoon-dong accuses her of stalking him again, and Jang-mi pokes at him defiantly: Is it cool for you and a crime for me?
She stops and wonders if she can become cool and detached like other people, and he promises that if she follows his lead, she can.
She spends the next few hours stumbling around drunk, insisting on finding something to bring to his parents. Ki-tae just grins the whole time. A passing fisherman picks up the envelope when Ki-tae drops it, and says he knows the man who wrote it, and that he was heading to Seoul today to close his chicken restaurant. When Jang-mi asks what Dad ever did to give Mom assurance, it takes all the fight right out of him, but the news that Mom has cancer hits him even harder. Oh, this is so sad. She says sadly that their bet is over since her parents will never see eye-to-eye, but Ki-tae still has hope.
Jang-mi climbs into bed with her mom and promises to be her life partner and never leave her. They commiserate over how hard it is to be around women who have to talk everything out, while men just get each other without speaking. Go talk to your wife. Grandma says she has something to confess and asks if Mom remembers when she left home with Ki-tae.
She tells Mom that Ki-tae thinks of those as his happiest days, but Mom remembers them as lazy days. Mom cries tears of relief, and asks what Grandma will do without her. The only concern is that she will lose that breast, but Ki-tae tells Jang-mi not to worry, since he knows a great doctor. She sighs at all the other ladies who have husbands, boyfriends, and sons to support them, but pretends disinterest when her own husband shows up.
Dad asks haltingly if he can stay with her, but Mom is stubborn and tries to give the bankbook back. Jang-mi and Ki-tae watch from outside the room, and Jang-mi cries a few tears and notes that the reunion befits her parents. Ki-tae wonders if he should start proposing now that the bet results are in, but Jang-mi stops him again.
She asks Ki-tae to wait, but he rightly says if they wait until all the drama is over, it will never happen. He teases her out of her grump, but in voiceover Jang-mi says that back then, they never expected the worst life-twist that was ahead for their wedding.Mamamoo (마마무) - Love Lane [Marriage Over Love OST]
When he asks for congratulations, Mom says he ought to congratulate her, so he starts in with the lip service of how he owes it all to her. He thanks her and she asks for something in return… a divorce.
He turns to Grandma for support, but Grandma tells him to give her the divorce. Mom asks for the house, and invites Grandma and Mi-jung to live with her not as in-laws, but as friends. The women are as touched as Dad is horrified, and they all hug again leaving Dad out in the cold.
A few months later, a now-showing Hyun-hee watches a new chef cook in their restaurant, and Yeo-reum tells Jang-mi that this is his replacement. He offers to sell her his recipes and bids her farewell, and in voiceover she says that this goodbye was the beginning of the wedding trouble.