They stay true to themselves as the show manages to tie up all the loose ends nicely, leaving me feeling like everyone gets the ending they deserve. Ki-tae and Jang-mi stand in their wedding finery, at an altar under a stormy sky, both of them looking angry and hurt. Ki-tae turns and walks away, leaving Jang-mi alone at the altar. While they talk, Ki-tae accidentally finds the envelope of postcards from Dad and swipes them. Ki-tae suggests they go see her father, since they now have his address. Finally he pulls over at a rest stop also against her wishes and orders lunch, saying he needs energy to endure her while she takes her upset out on him.
Score: 7. Add Cast. Kim Min Jae Ma Hoon. Byun Woo Suk Do Joon. View all Write Review. Other reviews by this user 0. Nov 14, 16 of 16 episodes seen. Completed 0. Overall 8. Story 7. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Cancel. Jan 25, 16 of 16 episodes seen. I will NOT sit in a corner and cry when you are over. I will NOT Oh who am I kidding, I love you show.
I love you like Gi-tae loves Jang-mi. Like Hyun-hee loves luxurious things. Like Hoon-dong loves himself. I'm going to miss you. Oh my feels. But seriously, I don't know whether I've ever cried over a show being over before, but I think it's highly possible that a could cry over this one So more than almost everything else in this drama, I have looked forward to Ki-tae's reconcilation with his mom. And I had faith that the show would deliver in these last two episodesbut damn.
The drama went and exceeded my expectations. Like seriously. That twist broke my heart. This whole time I was wondering why we weren't getting more info on how he ended up in the apartment and why we weren't shown the times he had there that were so special to him. Once again, this drama proved that it had a plan all along.
AHHH like seriously show. My heart was breaking for them and pulling for them to make up already, but then you add that?! She's been enduring this whole time for him, and once he grew up, she was probably to set in her ways to know how to break free.
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When they finally broke down on the phone together, I lost it but not because I was sad, but because I was so happy!!! It just felt like this great weight had been lifted. Alright if I'm being more specific: I love when Ki-tae picked her up from work : And when Ki-tae openly broached the topic of marriage to Jang-mi and asked her how she felt about it. I was so happy. It's wonderful to see the effects of last episode lasting and for him to make sure that she's being honest about what she wants.
He definitely showed in that scene that he still had things he needed to face, but it was still lovely. Love when Jang-mi impresses them at the restaurant and Ki-tae gives this look like he's so proud. Lastly, love how, after Ki-tae's finally learned all about his mom and the apartment, Jang-mi just comes and embraces him the same way his mom did and he opens his eyes, and just gets this look like he's totally ready to marry her. So excited to see him win-over her parents next episode and help them come together again!
Yes manseh to no Se-ah. It was someone cracked open a window and let all the musty craziness out. How great would it have been if mum had accidentally on purpose spilled hot coffee on dad's lady bits instead of water, and then Jang-mi accidentally on purpose tips that makgulli pitcher on shameless hussy.
I just sat at my computer after the episode ended and just didn't know what to do with myself. I mean, I'm still crying and I really love this show. I really don't want it to end tomorrow. I was thinking that Jang Mi's mom was being a bit cruel but then found out about the cancer and could understand why she wanted her daughter to be better off, in case she dies soon. I'm really glad that most the actors are pulling me in.
Newly appointed CEO of Robinson Tech, Wes Robinson, is looking for new ideas to boost the company's sales. Vivian Blair, a program developer, shares a dating algorithm she has been working on called My Perfect Match. Wes sees potential and an opportunity to . Wealthy plastic surgeon Gong Ki Tae is a successful and happy bachelor who does not want to find himself a wife. He believes that his life is perfectly. Marriage Not Dating was a relative success for tvN (it reached a high of during Episode 13 and mostly stayed within the 2range which is good for cable), but it's a far bigger success for Yeon Woo-jin and Han Groo, who showed fantastic range and now each have a leading role in a well-received drama under their belts. They were both so.
Wow, Yeon Woo-Jin was acting up a storm in this episode. He had me crying like a baby in the phone call with his mom, then a moment later laughing out loud at his attempt at aegyo with JM's mom. Very good. Yes, he had me crying too. One of the best scenes but what am I saying? So many great scenes from this episode there's no choosing. The emotions, the fact that he could only cry even though he had so much to say was so sad but probably not enough.
And when his voice broke, my heart broke too. Yeon Woo Jin is such an amazing actor, hope he gets plenty of lead roles from now on. And how amazing is the OST that played by G. D during the scene? I feel absolutely privileged to be watching this show and another one I shall not name regular commenters should know which one I mean These shows have made me cry and laugh in the same episode.
Made me FEEL so deeply. I am in awe. MnD crew,I will miss you sooooo much. I can't believe I have just one more episode with you guys. This is one of the if not the best episode so far. There were scenes I laughed so much at I shed tears and then there was that one powerful scene where I actually just cried.
Gi Tae crying over the phone with his mum got me right in the center of my heart. I cried with him, felt like I was experiencing all his emotions. Gosh, I love this drama. Scenes that made me laugh the hardest include but are not limited to : 1. Gi Tae and his ridiculous aegyo with Jang Mis mum.
So goolish son. It's amazing how they have all evolved over 15 eps isn't it? Can't believe I really like Hoon Dong now and Omoni! I'm so sad this show is ending. Out of all the shows that get extensions this one would be perfect because its not all centered around some crazy plot but the connections between the characters.
And I knew mom had cancer. When she told dad she couldn't waste anymore of her life 2 or 3 episodes back. But with breast cancer as long as the prognosis is good there is a very high chance of recovery!
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I thought I'll be a goner once this finish airing. But thank god for Discovery of romance to fill the void.
So much happiness!!! Thank you girlfriday, you are the best with your faster than light awesome recap!!! Love our OTP sooo much, so much heart and cuteness! Oh man! The scene on the phone with his Mom. YWJ is sooo good. KHS can show inner turmoil with the slightest nuanced facial expressions. I was sobbing for them both in happiness. It amazed me how with no words he was able to say how much he loved both JM and his mother.
This sweet series my delicious dessert treat that I allow myself as a reward for doing what had to be done all week. Today I found myself watching the time on the episode tick down with ever increasing horror knowing that every passing minute brings me closer to the end. Yeah, he had a cameo in that! I remember at the time I was super happy because I hadn't seen him in anything for awhile :.
Shame on me! It's weird, I remember vividly the scene with him slowly dying; just so bad! I'm not even going to address the inevitable fact that this drama is ending tomorrow. I'll just live in my happy land where I still have 16 episodes to look forward to I need a time machine. I love the emphasis on family in this drama.
I wish the main networks would learn a thing or two about how to write interesting family members without turning them into sociopathic bitches. I don't even remember the last time I watched a drama where I love every single character - I don't think its ever happened yet. The phone scene was fantastic, and I got teary.
It's the closest Ki-tae will ever come to expressing himself to his mother and apologizing for maybe not trying to understand why she made those choices. Ironically, he didn't even say a word which made it all the more powerful. No matter what he says, deep down he wants his mom's approval which is why he always tries to make it look like he couldn't care less.
He's scared of being disappointed so he doesn't even try to hope. I'm glad he's slowly learning what it means to expect from others and allow them to hold some sort of power in his life. Jang-mi and Mom are just awesome together - they're my favourite ship for the episode! I loved it when Mom acknowledged Jang-mi's efforts to get her approval.
I truly believe mom wanted to be proven wrong and for Jang-mi to really be who she's trying to show she is. So the business deal and the eventual family acceptance makes me so happy because like GF said, its so hard earned and thus, precious. One of the best things about this drama is that it didn't try to inject that separation storyline for too long.
When it happened, it felt necessary and organic. Now that they're together, its more about mending each other's families and hopefully having everyone accept their relationship.
I really do hope Jang-mi's mom will be cured and that it would serve as a means for her to reflect on her choices. Maybe the reality that life is too short to live without your loved ones will help her just jump the last hurdle and reconcile with her husband. I don't want a bitter-sweet ending, and I hope the writers won't make the cancer malignant.
I'm going to cry blood of tears tomorrow or something. It's been a very long while since I've been obsessed with a drama and really fear withdrawals. This ". This show proves that you CAN make a great show without filling it up with sociopaths. I just hope the other writers get a clue. This is one of the very rare shows where I actually liked most of the characters except KT's sleazebag dad of course. Jus when I thought it couldn't get any better.
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The show jus rips your heart apart with character backstories. I did not see kt mom leaving his dad only to get drag back in cause she couldn't leave her son. When even words can't describe how u truly feel. The emotions from kt was jus amazing and kt mom being on the other end finally has her son back.
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This show is awesome. They really do succeed in pulling the right notes The romantic family drama in its greatest format. Just love the cast. I am sure that I will see more of Yeon Woo jin,and I really do hope that I will see more of Han Groo,I am watching her for the first time,and by god she is awesome.
Why,just why can't drama people cast talents like her instead of idols is just beyond me. I also liked how the water made Dad look like he peed his pants, but I wish the makgulli shower was real because it would have been another brownie point for Jang Mi.
My biggest wish was for the mistress to sit down next to Dad and be collateral damage. Still don't quite understand how Ki Tae conveniently forgot his mother lived with him in that house, but I'll chalk it up to his parents' separation was a traumatic experience for him.
They went the cliche route with Jang Mi's mother, which only proves noble idiocy runs in her family. Mom leaving Dad "for his own good. Their drinking makgulli together was so cute seeing Mom genuinely smile and kid around with the price of her kimchi. Hopefully, the cancer trope is resolved quickly. Mom will get treatment, be cured, done.
This couple is so cute, I can't let them go.
It was so sweet when he picked her up at work and fussed about how dangerous it was for her to close up the bar alone late at night. Not to mention, their ddukbokki kisses. I will miss them. Can we have a moment for Ki Tae's mom's awesomeness? I took a risk and joined Team Mom earlier on and I'm so glad I did because Mom is my favorite character. Her character is so refreshing and her journey has been so fulfilling to watch.
I find myself cheering her on and wishing that more kdrama female leads followed her trajectory. The writers have developed her story so beautifully and I want more of the drama if for no other reason than to see what happens to her. I want her to divorce Ki Tae's dad and become the world's largest producer of kimchi.
The fact that this drama is ending today breaks my heart. Hopefully this ends in a real life couple as well But on to the episode. I LOVE how there is so much communication between the leads now! After weeks of running in circles, we didn't have to put up with that for longer than 20 minutes since they've gotten together and it's lovely.
I even found myself wondering if I was still watching the same drama as we've gone from innumerable misunderstandings to adults actually talking through problems! K-Drama land, you did it! Though that cancer thing was thrown in at the last seconds of the episode, people have been guessing she was sick for a bit now so it wasn't like a shock or random. The writer also seems to be very smart with pacing and plot points for the most part so I will trust that this will not make the final episode a confusing one.
And can I just take a minute to talk about that skinship? I need to send this writer a muffin basket. We have been showered with adorableness these past 2 weeks. Such a cute couple, ugh!
Every time Yeon Woo Jin smiled my heart melted. I'm going to miss this drama so freaking much! Fingers crossed that tomorrow's episode is full of awesome and that I don't die from heartache at the end of such a perfect drama. Something I particularly like about this drama is that, even though some say it took our leads too long to get together, at least ALL the misunderstandings occurred back before they established their feelings.
I really love how once they really got together, they stayed together and built a strong relationship. Thank you for the recap. It really adds to my enjoyment of the show. Such a poignant, sweet and sad episode. Dealing with KT's relationship with his mum, the mystery about that part of his childhood and why mum stayed in that marriage explaned. That phone call to him mum, awww. KT's and JM's interactions are the sweet notes in this episode, great chemistry between them.
That spicy rice cakes :. JM's mum facing the dreaded disease pulled us back down into the harsh reality. Hope she can pull through this one! This drama really exceeds all my expectations. At first I thought it will be just another rom-com drama revolving around a working class girl that finally found her "prince charming" to lean on, but this drama actually emphasizes on -just like what girlfriday says- being together for better or worse. Jangmi is there for Gitae and so is Gitae. They help and support each other through their hard times.
It's my first time seeing Han Groo act and I'm even surprised because she's so young! Her acting is on point and she's so good at comedy. Yeon Woo Jin's characters are so scary and he was a killer in Arang but the first time I saw him was in Ojakgyo Brothers and from then on, I knew he'd do well in a rom com. I admit that this drama kinda bored me halfway through it and I actually stopped watching. I had to catch up on 4 episodes at once. It's the 2nd leads. I love Sunhwa and Jinwoon but omg their characters are so annoying.
Then the bestfriend was just annoying too. Still, I enjoyed the drama and it was a fun watch among all the dramas airing now.
Gi Tae's "I know that there's no such thing as love that last forever. Despite that, I want to try loving you forever. T like seriously, no kidding. Usually, I get bored half way through and find myself FF all the annoying and useless bits.
But I thoroughly enjoyed each and every episode of this one! I mean, they are pretty annoying at times. But somehow I get the satisfaction of seeing the leads jealous of seeing one another with their own respective cockblocker hahaha.
If we were to compare, there are definitely many more worse second leads out there. The one thing I truly appreciate about the show is how it works so well to build up relationships so realistically, whether it is between a mother and son, mother and daughter-in-law, husband and wife etc.
The last episode wrapped up things pretty nicely. Loved the scene between grandma, aunt and mom. How cute!
Crying and hugging each other, leaving cheating dad gobsmacked whilst they celebrate living together hahaha. Seriously, those two are amazing. Yeon Woo Jin is so damn charming in the show, so much so that I wanna get a Ki-tae myself. A girl can dream. Han Groo did a great job as Jang-mi too. Those crazy eyes! Her movements are always so dramatic yet still somewhat natural at the same time. Looking forward to see her future projects for sure. This is the best drama I have watched by far! Can't wait for the drama that is supposed to replace it too!
Thank you for recaps! And thank you dramagods for such a zippy and hilarious rom-com. Oh, I must also thank whoever did the sound effects in this show.
Gaaah, is it over already?! I am super glad however, that Gi Tae's mom was able to get the treatment she deserved all these years, and that Gi Tae's Dad didn't get a free for all happy ending just because he was the main character's father. Same with Jang Mi's parents, I kind of wanted them to have a chance to lay down all their grievances especially Jang Mi's mom because I feel as though the reunion will be temporarily. Anyhoo, that's some of my thoughts. All in all, a great show, I hope that tvN continues to produce awesome shows like this :.
Such a satisfying ending to a solid drama. I have to admit the earlier episodes were my favourite, it went flat in the middle for me but the ending was done nicely. I cried when the three ladies cried when grandma finally let go of her daughter in law and cried again when mum offered to live with the other 2 ladies and left dad to go eat crap for all they cared. Sooo Good. And yay for a show that uses more than the main leads in an effective way. I still wouldn't say all characters were likable or well-developed and used as in my other favorite show of the season, High School King of Savvy.
I liked the portrayal of the leads and their families best here - including grandma, aunt, even sleazy dad and his mistress.
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Hoon-dong was funny once you get past the first few episodes where he was quite repulsive - and he did get his comeuppance in the shape of his wife insert evil grin here. Se-ah and Yeo-rum I cared for even less except for during the beach escapade. I thought at that point they might have an interesting friendship between all of them but after that unfortunately things went back to square one. It might be the writing, the acting or a combination of both but they have not added anything aside from being plot devices.
Putting that weakness aside there are many things I loved about the show. Ki-tae's silent reconciliation with his mom over the phone was awesome. Loved that he understood her value too late and there was no turning back.
The couple who seemed like the perfect family ended up divorcing while the ones who were always fighting ended up together because they actually loved each other in their own crazy way. It was short, cute and touching. Aw, I loved Missing You.
I just watched it last week. The story surprised me with how lovely it turned out to be despite it's shortness and Yeon Woo-jin is wonderful in it.
What a fitting end to a wonderful, hilarious, and heartfelt show.
It had it's missteps here and there, but, all in all, it did everything I wanted it to and then some. As of now, it's my favorite rom-com of Any drama that puts a smile on your face and makes your heart feel full just thinking about it is an amazing drama in my book.
I adore Yeon Woo-jin and Han Groo so much and this was the perfect drama to showcase just how far they've come in just a few years time. I'm so attached to them and their characters that it's actually hard to see them separate, but I'm glad that it was them that got to be each other's partner in their first leading roles because they really play off each other so fantastically.
I can't wait to see where they go from here! And I loooooooved it. So much. What a perfect wedding hahaha! I do have to agree with Jang-mi the Yeon Woo-jin looks very sexy all wet in fact, I noticed that in the very first episode too, lol and theres something so hot about the way he wipes his face before grabbing her for a kiss. And if that wasn't enough, the way he smiled at her before going in for more! But what I loved most was the way he proposed! There's no way of knowing what obstacles and rough times they'll have to go through, so it's lovely the way he declared that despite that, he has faith that the good times with her will make what ever roadblocks they face in the future worth it.
And then the end just drove in that idea that even if they're making a scene at their own wedding, at least they're facing the issues they face head on and get back to smiling and laughing in no time :. Honestly, I usually write so much more and I feel like there's a lot more I want to say, but I'm actually in the middle of rewatching the drama haha, and writing about is making me want to return to watching it LOL.
Perhaps, I'll return later and write more :. Such a big fan of both leads and it was so refreshing to see a mother-in-law who was not pure evil just to supply a drama with a stock villain. Very rarely do I love a series all the way through but this definitely ranks up there as a show that's perfect to binge-watch on a rainy day. It's too bad that the guests did not get to hear their vows, but one of the sweetest parts about this episode is that the audience got to hear those vows during the second proposal when Ki Tae promised to do his best to love her forever and Jang Mi promised to trust him.
Their affection for each other is real and palpable and not just for show. Maybe cos i have sons. Same here. I cried, then ran to the kitchen to make my sons' favorite chicken dish Cutting this into two since my comment is too long! Sigh, the episode I hate commenting on most is the last. Because it just means I gotta accept that the end is here. But oh well I loved this show; I didn't for a moment think it lowered its level and even if I started seeing it late, I totally feel the withdrawals.
This last episode is my favourite I think, mostly because the family ties are so well addressed rather than sugar coated. I loved that Jang-mi's parents aren't suddenly romantic and that Ki-tae's mom decided to live with the women who's been by her side through it all.
I just see it happening in real life to these characters who seem so real and alive themselves. Everyone felt organic rather than puppets controlled by a master. I really started hating Se-ah somewhere in the middle, but I'm glad she was redeemed quickly. While I know a majority of you guys felt her character changed too abruptly, I think her main personality remained the same. She was still controlling but maybe focused on another target - first it was to get Ki-tae back, then it was to make Ki-tae's life perfect.
I'm glad she got her happy ending even if I really expected the father of the child to be Yeo-rim. As for Yeo-rim, I was really sad he left the restaurant because I felt his bond with both Jang-mi and Ki-tae was way more powerful than some temporary jealousy.
But in a drama that focuses on characters being realistic, its good that he's moving on because eventually things happen, people change as well as circumstances. I also really loved the portrayal of friendship and loyalty here. It's actually very understated and sometimes ignored with many other things happening, but it's one of my favourite cts.
They all looked out for each other, were there when the other person needed a shoulder.
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Everyone has a different connection and they aren't bonded as a group but more so individually. It's just so awesome. And finally Ki-tae and Jang-mi. I feel like I've said everything I wanted to about how great they are together and as individuals. But I can probably go on forever. Instead, I'll just say the reason I love them so much is because Yeon Woo-jin and Han Groo are just so good at portraying them. Their chemistry was intense yet warm, blazing yet comfortable, easy yet charming.
Both are ridiculously talented and I expect great things from them in the future. I hope they get a chance to be main leads in network channels and take on bigger challenges. Definitely the breakout stars of the year for me. I've never seen them in anything before and I'm just so mighty impressed. I can probably carry on, but I'll stop lol.
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I love this show and I hope that those who haven't seen it yet will give it a try. I'll miss it, but endings like these make me feel like they all exist in the world I live, just that maybe I won't get to see them onscreen anymore.
That makes me feel better actually, which in turn makes me feel delusional LOL. Han Groo is awesome! TvN seems to really like wedding scenes in their dramas this year. They seemed so mature in this drama. Jin Woon needs to work on his acting. He needs to loosen up and act more natural.
There is nothing more intimidating than a flock of meddling ahjummas. I can't help but wonder how it feels for Yeon Woo-jin and Han Groo to go from having so much skinship with one another while shooting the drama and, as we know, the real time far exceeds the reel time to none presumably after the drama wrapped.
Their pheremones must feel confused! I'm excited for both of the leads and enjoyed them each immensely in this, but I've got to give extra props to Han Groo for being such a natural at the physical comedy. Anyway, they made a delightful OTP that I shall remember fondly for a long time. I super loved that Mom, Grandma, and Aunt were equally thrilled about staying together and giving Dirtbag the boot. Especially in the context of Korean family values.
I'm not gonna lie saying this: I decided to watch this drama because of the big amount of comments saying that it was a "No-No". A lot of people dropping it and stuff like this. So, I just got curious and decided to give it try. Once finished it, I can tell that it wasn't THAT bad. I mean, I was expecting something definitely worse. Cable and Satellite subscribers can watch full episodes of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars on keitaiplus.com subscribers can also watch full episodes on our mobile app, available for iOS and Android phones and tablets. Marriage, Not Dating - drama coreen - Tous les episodes gratuits en francais en France. Kdrama en streaming VOSTFR.
I would've liked to have seen Jang Mi and Ki Tae's Mom enjoying a newfound bond with one another on this ep. Loved the series. Marathoned it in 2 days. Always wanted to check it out coz the first episode recap sounds really good and am glad I get to marathon it instead. Thanks for the recaps. I agree that both leads really gave their best in their roles Hopefully they will move on to bigger and better projects.
Thing is I feel that cable sometimes used lesser known actors who doesn't command the same buzz but somehow produces better results. It's telling that a number of cable dramas are actually more entertaining than the ones on the main stations. It's a peculiar trend but as long as us viewers remain the beneficiaries MnD finally finished.
Man, those aunts of GiTaes are so damn annoying. They don't live with him one apparently lives in the USdon't keep up with the family I saw that look of surprise on their faces when Queen Mom told them their bro has a woman and yet they place all these ridiculous expectations on KiTae because "he's the sole family heir" and on their sister-in-law prepare for my dad's memorial while I wine and dine!!!!
There's a reason why you three were not invited, you know. What a fun wedding. Although, I would die if that happened to me. Usually, guests wait until after they get some alcohol in their system before they create a scene at your wedding, but nope, this was all sober.
Such is Jang Mi and Ki Tae's life. At least the busybody Gong ladies now know about Dad's infidelity. I was relieved Show didn't go down the cliche path of Jang Mi being pregnant when she threw up because I did not want a child to be a factor in his marriage proposal. Ki Tae and Jang Mi will go down as my all-time favorite couple.
Their bubble bath flashback reel starting from the time they met to the time he fell for her brings tears to my eyes. They belong together. I cannot express how much I adore all the cute facial expressions Ki Tae makes.
No one does it like Yeon Woo Jin. I cannot think of any other actresses who could have embodied Jang Mi as well as Han Groo. One of my favorite character traits of Jang Mi came in episode 4 where she couldn't bring herself to half-ass the cooking even though the point was to mess up the memorial.
As Ki Tae pointed out, "Why are you working so hard? Just burn everything," but her morals stopped her from doing that, and I love that about her. Also loved how Ki Tae peeled all those chestnuts after saying he wouldn't do it. They both say they won't do it but do it anyways. Jang Mi and Ki Tae were so realistic even while everyone else around them was unrealistic. This was such an unexpectedly heartfelt drama that I will miss. Thank you for recapping it, girlfriday and LollyPip!
If you watch it, you'll see that your above statement would make her very, very happy :. She is so multi talented! Never knew she was a singer. It shows that when she has something in mind she commits wholeheartedly to accomplish it.
Like in singing, diving and acting. She is in some ways like Jang Mi too, esp. Thanks for sharing, Chandler and alcoholicbubbletea! I know she lived in China as a child, but her Mandarin is seriously so impressive.
Han Groo was a guest on an old episode of Strong Heart where she revealed she debuted at 4 years old and talked about her boss Joo Young Hoon. Thank you for the recaps.
It was what started me watching. And what a waste it would have been if I had missed it. What a breathe of fresh air. I totally love how messy, loud and chaotic the wedding scene was. It ended the way it started- everyone being a drama queen. Love the stormy sky backdrop with the whole wedding tableau. Plus I've spent basically the whole drama admiring Han Groo's fantastic legs.
Muscular and toned.