Can marriage not dating eng sub ep 5

Watch ' Marriage, Not Dating ' with our fast and smooth mobile player, optimized for your phone and tablet. How do you get your meddlesome family off your back? Gi Tae is a confirmed bachelor who has no interest in getting married, but he faces tremendous pressure from his family to settle down. To get them off his back, Gi Tae brings Joo Jang Mi Han Groo and introduces her as his future wife, knowing full well that his family would never accept her. Jang Mi agrees to the fake relationship because she is starting to lose hope that she will be able to find the perfect love after her failed past relationships. Can Gi Tae and Jang Mi pull off their ruse or will they get more than they bargained for with their deception? Sorry, this content is not licensed for your region.

That is a very touchy subject in Korea, but it seems to me that there is some element of that thinly disguised as ranting and Mom and Grandma. This drama really caught me off guard. Super Like! There's a certain "freshness" to this drama, or perhaps it's just that I so like the actress playing Joo Jang Mi. Couldnt agree more! I'm glad that Jang mi isn't a meek girl. She and Ki tae have a sizzling chemistry though they're bickering most of the time.

Cant wait to see they're getting married! Jus looking at the images above with their fake date. If he had laud his cards on the table it would of been a done deal but since YR is the one she believes is pursuing her she can't let opportunities be wasted. LOL really love their fake date! They're actually enjoying every moments,it seems a lot like love ; i just dont really get it why she keeps going to YR, it's not like he's. He's not that nice either and pretentious,and he hurts her feelings in several occasion before.

There's that magical, element of 'real' and believeable, even in all it's hilariously entertaining high drama. Totally enjoying the ride so far, even though I was turned off initially by her clingyness in ep 1. I think that all families are dysfunctional, they just vary in degrees. But these 'sets' of parents are polar opposites and to the n'th degree of extreme dysfunction.

GiTae parents are controlling and wanting to keep up appearances. JangMi parents are not supportive to the point of abandonment.

I loved this episode for the humor and the heart! I loved how we got to see even more sides to them! Also I appreciate this drama having all the characters being multi layered. I feel a lot of dramas dont do this enough. Also I found it hilarious how the fake date started with them being cold towards each other until the end when you couldn't tell it was fake at all!! A lot like the relationship!!! Thanks so much for the ates by the way!! When I read them I can understand the little jokes that aren't conveyed well if you don't understand the language yourself!

Ki-tae's Mom won me over in this episode Plus I am a big fan of Kim Hae-Sook. I get this feeling that despite her own issues, that Jang Mi is the only one that really understands what Mom is going through. Agreed : hopefully they'll get along soon.

Dude, I totally fast forwarded to the end to figure out the reason for the angst, JUST to miss the poop incident, JUST to catch them speaking about it, JUST to be totally confused, then relieved muahahhahahah that they were actually okay. Not bad, this show. Thanks for the speedy and wonderful recap, girlfriday! I love the writing and where this show seems to be heading. I really love this stage of the contact relationship and that the writing is letting things develop naturally without rushing while still managing to keep up the pace and keep things interesting.

I had no idea what to expect from the dramatic angsty beginning and laughed my head off while feeling so bad for Jang Mi at the actual events. It's going to make watching this drama even more awesome!! No way! There's an actual twitter account?! Haha that's fantastic! That's like in Let's Eat when they had the actual Shiksa blog up!

I'm just really adoring the relationships, especially between the leads, but also between the leads and Ki-tae's mother. I also love that their mainly Ki-tae's internal issues are still the driving force of the drama, in that, instead of just doing this marriage charade for his apartment, he's really doing it to protect himself.

And I'm really liking the direction the drama is taking us with all the characters. This drama is just clever, fun and doesn't take itself too seriously Best trolling by a writer for an episode. The episode is chock full of metaphors and toilet humor literally? Real funny! I couldn't laugh at the poop scene. It is awful, I'm imagined it and I thought I smelt it. I don't think it was supposed to be laugh out loud funny, but more of a OMG - laughing and crying at the same time moment.

The poor girl. I jus keep re watching and re watching this drama. I love the scenes of jang mi and ki tai together.

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Haha but this episode was epic. I really thought he did something horrible to her and u can see in his eyes he was genuinely sorry if jang mi felt hurt by the comments. I jus don't get why she doesn't see his sincerity. It's great that his character doesn't really need much work with.

He is friendly and understanding of the people around him but he doesn't give into pressure from either his ex or his mother. He is able to relate and even sympathize with people which as a whole new element to k drama from my experience Other than opening himself up more I think jang mi has the furthest to go. Hopefully u can fully understand ki tai sincerity even though it looks like the two aren't in any real relationship but once they start caring and worrying for the other it's gonna get good.

I'm really like this drama up to now but I have to say I just don't love the bathroom humour. I basically fast forwarded from the "at least have some wine! I couldn't. I'm glad I'm reading these recaps to know what I missed in those minutes, though! In other news, I know there are some Yeo-reum haters out there I love him! I don't care, I'll keep the sexy man with the sexy cooking and the sexy back all to myself! Obviously not as emotional as an OTP-omg-finally-they-kiss kiss but there's something about him removing the pot to get closer that really did it for me.

Idc for YR characte much since i know he is there to provoke the lead but if that kiss was really so satisfying there is hardly any talk of it. Most the time if it's the first kiss and u r really into it.

I myself would of jus toss the pot on the floor but he casually place it on the table. I feel like the kiss was jus to test where she was at with ki tai. Then the whole u kiss me at night thing. The dude came on to her. I get it takes to to mingle but if he didn't force the issue nothing would of happen. He jus seems even more ridiculously childish to me when he threw away her kimchi I agree with you, I dislike Yeo-reum more and more with each episode. Not just because he's coming between our OTP, but because he seems dishonest.

Everything he says and does around Jang-mi seems so calculated and smooth, as girlfriday said, not a guy to trust. But more than that, the way he acts around Jang-mi, blowing hot and cold, with times when he's deliberately intensely focused on her, and then times when he ignores her or even gets irritated at her over stupid things, does not give me "this guy likes you" vibes. Plus, I don't care what anyone says, no guy would give a girl he likes almost-spoiled food on a "date".

Also, how can Jang-mi not blame him for the poop incident? Yeah, I'm not convinced he's trustworthy either but I'm OK with the ambivalence right now. We'll know he's true colours soon enough. Meanwhile, y'all can have Ki-tae, I'll keep sexy man with the sexy eyes and the sexy back all to myself. I'll chain him to my kitchen and it shall be wonderful. Haha, enjoy! Not gonna argue with you about his sexiness, it's his actions that give me weird vibes.

pity, that

Other than the cooking of course, I agree with you about a man who cooks. YR is going to be the catalyst that drives jang mi to ki tai. I hope. I feel like once she gets to know his personality and wat he hasn't done for her and realizes what ki tai has done she will fall harder than before.

YR just comes off as really skeevy and it's a combo of the writing and subpar acting I think. Like the actor is trying too hard to look good all the time and it's noticeable and it's blending in with the character himself trying his best too charm people at all times.

I actually love Jinwoon in the K-pop world, but he's so irritating in this. Skeevy is the right word. Jang Mi is an idiot for falling for all the dishonesty and then spoiler forgiving him for it because of his "past". The lead actor has grown on me so much. I still don't find him very attractive, but he's hilarious! The guy seriously cant act. I dont care if he's sexy or what.

We all know he has killer smile,but no need to smile all the time,right? On the other hand I'm glad that he's not that adorable. At least we're not gonna have a second lead syndrome.

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I'm not even going to argue 'cause what's the point? I totally get YR being hurt over people rejecting his food, though I think that in his place I would feel like these people just stomped all over my dreams. I would be very dejected! And I would totally take it out on anyone that was around me at the time. I'm not sure that YR truly likes JM he's the second lead so I'm thinking he either does already or soon will - that's basically in his job description but I have no shame in admitting that men that cook are a huge turn on so I'm biased.

I have no problems with KT, I think he'll be super cute once the full onset of the feels sets in Ki-tae IS disturbingly anal. That's one of those things you can put up with in dramaland but perhaps not in a real guy. Then again, Jang-mi is well on her way to breaking him of his fastidious ways No I agree, it is endearing, in a drama lead.

How cute is his little egg timer? But I think in real life I would just kick him out of the kitchen and do all the cooking myself, lol.

Thire kiss was pretty hawt and natural, and I believe his feelings for her are genuine, but YR I don't hate While he's nice and all, he constantly all smiley while getting his business done. That part doesn't sit well with me. And if you appreciate Jang Mi's gift of kimchi, well then you like her kimchi and keep it anyways. Could not love this drama more, totally anchored by Han Groo's committed and energetic performance. With concept shows like this, you really depend on high quality actors to continuously sell the lunacy of the premise, and these are managing to do that and then some.

Love it! The most entertaining ct of this drama for me is the ambiguity of feelings for most of the characters. You hear them say something and always have to ask yourself if they are being sincere at that point or just acting. Or are they acting like they're acting? The actors must be having a ball with these roles!

Same here, and it seems like both shows are getting better as they go. Let's hope that trend continues! Thanks for the recap! Still, the build-up to the "typhoon explosion" was so well done, and so unexpected, and it just worked on so many levels.

Gross and uncomfortable though it was at times, lol. It makes those basic tropes multilayered and complex so that they come to life in a completely fresh way. Another thing I love is how real the problems our characters face are. Instead of having ridiculous or overly dramatic problems like birth secrets, murder and fauxcest, we have insecurity, bad breakups, abandonment issues, quietly dysfunctional families and what I suspect in Jang-mi may be borderline alcoholism.

Just saying, the girl has had a LOT of drinks in these 5 eps. And yet these "normal" problems, rather than being boring, are way more relatable, which in turn makes the characters easier to root for. They just feel like real people, which is a credit to both the acting and writing. I have had the feeling since ep1 that the people in this show most anyway seem to be a lot more real than in most dramas.

And even though some of the tropes might seem a bit icky or uncomfortable or disquieting, most of us can relate to them even if we don't talk about them in public :P. My only complaint about this drama is that Jang Mi has no outlet or support. I wanted so badly for Hyun Hee to be a safe haven for her in this messy situation but Hyun Hee is grappling with her own objectives with Hoon Dong. I just want a little more sisterhood so that when the laughs subside and the drama rolls in Jang Mi has someone to encourage her.

I agree, the poor girl really needs a good girl friend, to balance all the guys around her with their various ulterior motives. Someone who sincerely is there for her instead of just wanting something from her. Then again, I can see her and Ki-tae's mom forming that kind of connection down the line, after seeing their lovely moment of empathy in this episode.

That would be awesome, and such a great reversal. I agree that she needs someone unconditionally on her side without ulterior motives. Kitae doesn't have one either though Hoon Dong is a friend but not a reliable one who will give good advice and have his back.

But watching as the episodes go on now to 6one of the things I like most about this series is that they are each becoming the other's best friend. Someone they can tell anything to and who will listen, someone who will give advice or opinions even if they aren't what the person wants to hear but rather what they need to hear, one that can say the painful truths and listen to it as well. They may seemingly go in opposing directions but generally they pull or push towards the same direction in the end.

They can't seem to help it. Totally agree. They are one of the few relationships in the show based on complete honesty with each other - despite the fact that it's not an actual relationship or so think, bwahaha.

It's surprising to me how much they tell each other that they don't tell other people; I feel like a lot of the time it's unintentionally revealed, but I think Ki-tae's actually being honest, even if he doesn't realize it, when he tells his mom it's nice to have someone he can relax and share his secrets with.

Both he and Jang-mi are so alone in important ways - Ki-tae just keeps his relationships very closed off and impersonal and never lets anyone in, while Jang-mi is perpetually lonely even though she surrounds herself with people. I think they unconsciously recognize that in each other, and that, along with the fact that their fake relationship makes it easier to say what they think without worrying about the consequences, makes them so comfortable around each other.

Also on a slightly related note, I love how naturally and gradually they slipped into banmal with each other. Aided greatly by Jang-mi's drunkenness. I get the feeling they didn't really register the moment, and I didn't either exactly, but now they talk to each other like a long-established couple. I love it. I'm just glad it didn't happen in front of all the ladies because that is just not something you can come back from.

I love that this was the typhoon they were talking about though - I was really expecting it to be something much more serious than a long winded setup for a poop joke, lol. I love this OTP so much. They were so, SO cute on their fake dates. It's adorable how much KiTae is warming up to her and hilarious that he doesn't even realize it yet. His face as he scrolled through the pictures of them and then his anger when he stormed out to drag her away from YR but he decided against it.

Yeo Reum is starting to annoy me more as he becomes a viable romantic rival but I know that he's a necessary catalyst to rile up KiTae's growing feelings of jealousy. Still I wish that JangMi wasn't so quick to run back to him after he left her high and dry at the beginning.

What more needs to happen for her to realize that she has to be more careful who she gives her heart to? You can't just go around trusting everybody! I also feel like the ruse would be a lot easier to maintain if JM waited to go out with YR until they were done with the scheme but then we wouldn't get all the shenanigans, I know. I know a lot of people thought the soup kiss was hot but I thought JangMi looked sweaty and un appealing with the soup all over her face like a child so it didn't do anything for me.

Plus I don't like her with YeoReum so I was too busy screaming nooooooooo at my computer to enjoy anything. I appreciate them acknowledging how insightful JM is though.

She's the only one who really empathizes with KiTae's mother and who sees her pain and she sees that YR's aloofness hides a painful scar as well what is with the parents on this show?!

It's nice to see that she isn't only clingy and too earnest. I think the Chairman's wife lady got what Jang Mi was going through - even though all the men seemed totally oblivious. That may have prompted her "she is not a robot" remark. I burst out laughing at that scene. I can't believe they actually made her poop in her pants. That's hilarious. I am loving it. But when will the romance between kitae and jang mi begin? Am desperately waiting for it. Yoreum is good alright but he cannot be the one for her.

Kitae go get the girl! Forget about marriage and just tell her you like her. I love the song posted above!

I don't know what the song is saying I don't speak Korean but I'm assuming it's about that happy feeling you get when you fall in love.

That's the vibe I get from the song anyhow. It's effervescent and bubbly and it makes me smile and giddy. I'm adding it to my "Yihee" playlist which is basically made up of songs whose lyrics and melody make me giddy or kilig as we call it in the Philippines. On to the show: I cringe for Jang-mi. Poor girl can't catch a break. I laughed like mad when I realized that dramatic opening sequence was about poop in the pants.

And Yeo-reum. I'm not sure yet what I feel about him. He's such an odd mix of gentleman and jerk, perfect man and bastard. I mean the good looks and cooking are great but his bouts of immaturity and assiness are very off-putting. Also, I loathe pretty boys who know they're pretty and are so self-assured of their prettiness that they assume all girls have a thing for them or will have thing for them eventually if they didn't at the beginning.

Thank goodness for Ki-tae who is consistent and doesn't blow hot and cold. I really like his character despite his flaws and occasional misanthropy. That bitch ex-fiancee of his is UGH. She's so smug and self-serving! What she wants, she gets. And she'll do whatever it takes. She's the most annoying character her. More annoying than the immature douche Hoon-dong. He, at least, is hilariously pathetic and harmless. In love with this drama.

This episode sealed the deal. The typhoon was both hilarious and mortifying, and I was cringing and bursting out in laughter at the same time! Omg this drama is hands down my favourite of the year so far. I very, very rarely re-watch dramas but I could watch this over and over and never get bored. I like the ambiguity of some of the relationships- despite the wacky premise the realness of this and the commitment of the actors really sells it.

And this episode in particular was absolutely hilarious. Once I realised what the typhoon was referring to I almost had to watch through my fingers, dreading what was going to happen, but when they replayed the opening scene I was crying with laughter.

Thank you girlfriday and LollyPip for the recaps! I was actually waiting for a little graphic in nature when they zoom in on her legs and started goin upwards.

I fersure thought they were gonna have something dripping down and I was anticipating it so much I forgot to even breath. Thet are truly suffering from 'sins of the father'.

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Lesson to be learned - Parents out there - your words and actions or inaction puts a stamp on your kids that they carry thruoughout life. I really dislike Yeo-reum. When I first started this drama, I didn't realize he'd get so much screentime. Couldn't agree more. The only thing good is that there is no 2nd lead syndrome bout wanting him with jang mi. It's one thing to give an actor that could act like hoon with screen time but YR couldn't act for the life of him. I have an idea for Ki-taes mom: make them get married!

She must know that he is so hung up on his privacy, I think she will at some point just make them get married. Then they will chicken out badly People are saying that he's a bad actor and it comes across into his character? Could totally be possible! I'm so busy reading the subtitles since I don't speak Korean that I can fully admit that I may lose out on the subtleties of the performance.

All I know is that he belongs chained in my kitchen smiling that smile. Thank you Girlfriday for the great recap. I am loving this drama and you have voiced my take on it like you where in my head lol.

The one thought I would like to add is I have enjoyed is the cold scene in the front but in ep6 I noticed that my perception of the scene initially was very different than at end. I really like the use of this tool.

Excellent idea The

I know that the dialog is rapid pace and clever, but most of the time, the subs steamroll right over the puns and give us little of the flavor.

I never ever thought I would appreciate a poignant moment being brought on by bathroom humor, but as you said, GF, this show keeps surprising us.

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The show this reminds me of - Kim Sam Soon - had that no toilet paper scene that I loved, too, in how it further defined the OTP's relationship. Why is this show soooo good? Laica said it well when she talks about how relatable the characters are. They are people we know in situations we have been in. I mean, admit it, everyone there was a time when you also needed to find a bathroom stat. Only they take the situation and BLOW it up and make it as ridiculous as it could possibly be.

BUT - the silly people running around and falling down to all the goofy sound effects and music are lovable. We laugh with them but want to give them hugs at the same time. Even in all its 'drama' moments, we get pulled in by how 'real' and relatable it is, and how human some of the feelings are Thanks jomo! I agree with that it has a bit of the KSS vibe, in that we cringe for the main character and laugh with her, while totally rooting for her in the moment.

Despite her mistakes, and maybe even because of them. And yeah, this is definitely one of those shows where a lot is lost in translation, unfortunately. And in the age of lightning-fast subs. It's quite funny, hopefully the writers keep up the momentum. I have never cried so much This blows every bathroom-walk-in and crazy-drunks incidents out of the water, pun intended!

And the fact that they're both cool and accept that this is just a normal human problem afterwards is so lovely. This is no doubt the best rom-COM in a while. Aaaaah I love this drama.

I started watching the first two episodes last weekend and ended up watching all six and still want moar. Heh, how cute is it that she's named Jangmi- "rose" and she's both soft and prickly at the same time. And Yeoreum is "summer", right? I don't know what Ki-tae means but when I tried Google Translate on the Ki-tae twitter his name was translated to "air pacific.

Jangmi's like a walking disaster a lot of the time I was covering my eyes in secondhand mortification a lot of the time and yet peeking through my fingers in helpless fascination.

I love her so much already- she gets into such embarrassing situations but she always comes out fighting, even if not unscathed. With this "typhoon" incident- I'm guessing Mom's warming up to her already Part of the reason why I love this drama so much is the way it circumvents typical Kdrama tropes and brings in unexpected depth and "atypicalness" to it's characters. I've read so much "hate" for Yeo-Reum's character online.

But what is a second lead? A typical second lead is a straight up guy, who is always there for the lead female when things go wrong, he's basically her knight in shiny armor, or even a door mat, sometimes he's so good, he doesn't confess to the lead girl his feelings until it's too late for anything to be done about it.

Sometimes, he even chases the lead girl but for one reason or another misses out because she has fallen for the lead guy. In "Marriage Not Dating" the second lead is a guy, who's like any other regular guy out there. He's not too interested in the lead female, actually, she's the one chasing him, not the other way around. When someone chases another person, it's the person doing the chasing that would naturally put in more work and feelings into the relationship. It's no wonder why people are mad for Yeo-Reum not measuring up to the typical second lead character and calling him Shifty or Sleek or Elusive.

At this point, we're not sure he's leading her on, we're not sure he really likes her, sometimes we get glimpses into what he's feeling and sometimes he shuts off. Just like any regular person who's cautious and who's taking their time to get to know another person. I see him as an onion, whose layers are peeled off and revealed at every episode. JM and KT are sooo cute. Now that he realize his feelings, I cant wait for his future actions.

Even Know YR was a little bit annoying, his presence was really important for KT to realize his true feelings. The only character that I totally dislike is KT's mom. I felt bad for her when I saw that her husband was a cheater. But in today's ep I kind of felt that she doesnt care for KT. She only wants him to marry his ex because of her father's influence. I think Ki-tae's mom's action has a lot to do with her husband's influence as well.

She must feel indebted to the family to a put up with his cheating ways and b try to rearrange a meeting with Se-ah when it's clear that she does like Jang-mi. I think she's just upset that it's all a scheme and not the real deal.

I'm basing this all on last week's episodes. I hope she grows a spine and divorces her husband at the end of this drama.

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She has to change! I feel really bad for her because of the husband. However that doesn't mean she can do whatever she wants, locking JM, setting up a meeting without KT knowing, trying to separate her son from "the person he likes".

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I believe one of the reasons why KT left home was due to his mom behavior since he was child. We don't know how long his father has an affair, is distant from his wife. So right now I can't blame only her for this situation. Maybe she is just cold outside to kind of block her from being hurt however again she is super wrong when it comes do JM - KT. I am still waiting for further ep tho, since we are passing the half mark, I believe there is a lot more to find out about the family relationship.

I'm glad you brought up KT's mom. The thing that puzzles me the most in this ep is the action she takes in calling S and arranging a meal w her and her dad, after hearing her husband's comment on her dad's influence w his boss. Give me a break!

They are not doing poorly, so why would they want to sell their son to the highest bidder? Given how her husband has been treating her, why the hell would she even lift a finger to help him advance his career? But then I don't have that kind of crazy ambition to get ahead at all cost or deviousness, so I'm never going to understand. But I despise his parents for this!

With or without further advancement, what's wrong with their entire family's current already-comfortable financial position? Isn't Gi Tae's dad a jerk? Anyone noticed how he insisted Se Ah and Gi Tae should become a couple and that Jang Mi should break up with Gi Tae, but he didn't want to be the bad guy to do anything about it?

Poor wife, she really is a pushover where he's concerned. She agreed to be the bad guy, but I guess it's also because it aligns with her own feelings and plans.

Poor Jang mi, she should have known better than to bait a sleeping tiger. She dished it out to Gi Tae's mom and Se Ah, but she wasn't ready for the payback which turned out to be nastier than she could ever have anticipated. What a bunch of manipulative people we have in this show: Gi Tae's dad whose turning out to be worse than his wifeGi Tae's mom, his dad's mistress, Se Ah master manipulatorHyun Hee and even Gi Tae himself started off by being one.

Thankfully he's seeing the error of his ways and is beginning to change Thank you for the fast recap loved it you cover it all and I agree with your insights.

I'm loving this drama. Se-Ah is cray cray. Oh she is cray cray alright! What did she do? She bought the apt next door and promptly brought in workmen to knock down the walls, Without consulting w him.

I'd be very very scared to have anything to do w such a person, much less be married to her. Good for him that he found out that's the way she is B4 the wedding rather than after. It actually confuses me a lot because it just doesn't seem to fit the tone of the rest of the drama, which is usually careful to give the characters realistic emotions and motivations and to twist drama tropes. Only Se-Ah is completely evil-crazy- and not even comically or ironically.

I don't understand her at all and I have no clue where her character will end up. Maybe it's like what GF said about her scheme to have his kid. Her aim is to find ways to keep him in her life permanently. So maybe in her crazy logic, she thought that if she merged the apartments it'd keep him attached to her regardless of how the marriage was working out?

Se Ah wants to be the last one standing for GT's girl friends. Since she was kicked to the curb three years ago after she acted psycho by trying to knock down his apt. GT is not into you. He's already made the comment that Se Ah is too much like his mom. Why doesn't she go to a sperm bank if she wants a baby? I'm glad GT finally dawns on him that he likes JM no matter how much he had denied it beforehand.

Love the scene where JM is sleeping head to head with YR. GT probably wished it was him instead with JM! The realization that Ki-tae might actually like Jang mi is great and shows she had worn him down enough that he would care again.

Honestly I am personally conflicted about whether Jang mi should go to Ki-tae because she likes another. I am not sure what she gets out of this deal as it seems always for Ki-tae. It was initially to make Hoon dong jealous but that seems complete now. I guess that's her get personality of helping others out over her own happiness. I see a lot of people shipping our lead couple together, but I feel it's wrong to ship our lead couple simply because they ARE the lead.

Don't get me wrong, I do think that Gi Tae and Jang mi would have explosive chemistry, but at this stage in his development, Gi Tae is still very immature, very wrapped up in his own needs and feelings. He needs to grow to a point where he puts Jang mi's needs above his own. Right now it's all about him, the relationship he has with Jang mi is one in which Jang mi gives, and he takes.

This is by no means healthy. The give and take of their relationship has to be mutual and reciprocal so they both gain something from it, then I would be happy that Jang mi and Gi Tae are together.

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I see them progressing to that point, when Gi Tae fully acknowledges to himself that he is head over heels in love with her. Watching that progression is exciting. For now, Yeo Reum is meeting Jang mi's needs in a relationship. I don't see him as a bad guy, because he made a few mistakes along the way, I guess we could all learn from Jang mi's forgiving heart and cut him some slack.

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Although, with a part time job and no housing he is by no means ready to settle down. As a previous commenter observed, ALL relationships are important, not just the one that leads to the altar, and I would advise Jangmi to go for it.

All experiences make us wiser and add to our growth and maturity. I don't ship Gi-Tae and Jang Mi simply because they are the lead couple, but because they have good chemistry together. I agree completely that the relationship the way it stands now is completely unhealthy, but at the same time, there is room for growth as both learn to change each other for the better.

Jang-Mi become stronger and Gi- Tae learns to be less selfish. My problem with Yeo-rum comes in his shadiness. I cannot get genuine feelings from him. I am not sure if it is due to the actor's inexperience, but nothing about him feels real to me. He smiles, he smiles, and he smiles some more. It is a mask that does not let me know a thing about him, and I cannot get on a ship for a couple where I don't know what he wants.

Does Jang-Mi like him or does she like the idea of him? The guy who says everything she wants to hear and does everything she wants. Looking at the way he interacted with women throughout the past few episodes, he is accustomed to catering to what women want, so again that "fakeness" comes across to me. I acknowledge that he does perhaps seem to genuinely like Jang- Mi, but it's again his mask that doesn't let me climb onboard his support vessel.

This is one time I just don't have second lead syndrome. I know there's something wrong with Ki tae's dad after he checked out Jang mi's legs in eps No wonder Ki tae prefer to be alone, just see his parents. I love to see Ki tae's change bit by bit.

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That guy doesn't even have friends I mean he only hung out with Hoon dong who's supposed to be his friend once in all 7 episodesit's just so touching to see he's having fun with companies in his apartment. YWJ's face is so spot on, you can see Ki tae's been lonely all this time and realize it's better to have companies. Anyway I'm looking forward to see what will Ki tae do after realized his feelings.

If Yeo rum is out the picture after this episode I will be happier. Loved this episode, so much good stuff happening and I can't get over the OST and sound effects, so on point and perfect!

I think you are all crazy - between the guy who yells at me when I'm upset and it not my fault AND the guy who hugs me and cooks for me The natural thing to do would be to scoop in and just hug her, comfort her and wipe away her tears. No, just no. I'm thinking that KT actually has a lot to work thru and to learn when it comes to love, coming fr that family he has. His dad is one shitty bastard, and his mom is rather dysfunctional as a person, and a mom.

I feel sorry for him, and am happy that he is opening up under JM's influence.

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I disagree- I think it shows he has some genuinely deep emotions for her. Everyone's experienced being extremely worried about a loved one and then getting mad at them for making you panic- like when parents yell at their children for getting lost in a public place. If you don't care about someone, you don't fear for them, get annoyed by them, or get angry at them. It's just like when Jang-Mi went crazy on Hoon-dong at the beginning. Ki-Tae has been purposefully holding himself aloof from people precisely because actually caring hurts and gets really complicated.

The fact that he couldn't keep his "cool" a key word for the drama and act like a perfect gentleman in that emergency situation proves that his walls have finally been breached and he now has emotions for Jang-Mi that he can't hide or control.

I think this was the whole point of the episode and a really important theme of the drama as a whole: Real love isn't "cool" keeping up appearances and protecting everyone's face but instead is willing to throwaway pride and be completely vulnerable, honest, and abandoned, even if that means experiencing pain and embarrassment. It wasn't. The point is that he was so upset and concerned that his emotions over-rided doing the "right" thing. He is just waking up to his feelings and so all that bottled up emotion is spilling out in the wrong ways.

I understand very well his yelling. I think we all do. But wouldn't it be nice if he could suppress his worry-induced yelling long enough to just hug her first, is all I'm saying. Yelling releases the worry-generated tension for him. Hugging comforts here. Therein lies the difference. But yelling is more in line with the person that Gong Gi Tae is at this point in the story. Hugging and comforting is only the natural thing to do if that's the kind of person you are.

It would be nice if he did the whole hugging and comforting thing, sure, but it wouldn't be true to his character. Seriously, the girl is a sobbing mess and he knows why but he yells at her. I love GiTae but damn he really needs to learn some people skills. I put myself in her shoes, I wouldn't like the guy who is only capable of yelling at me when I'm hurt. That's the person he is at the moment; poor guy has a lot to learn. I pick the guy I have a stronger connection with, and I honestly don't feel like her and Yeo-reum have a strong connection at all, especially not compared to our two leads.

I think he cares about her more than we think. He is always trying to protect her Pretty boy is really fun to look at and he's so sweet I look at it as between the guy who was paid to go out with me and lied about it or the guy who tells me the truth no matter how much it hurts.

But honestly, however we look at it, both guys got flaws, and ultimately it's not about who's the better person for Jang-mi. It's not about picking someone. It's about how you feel. That's why in k-dramas, the second lead always gets kicked to the curb even if he is nicer. It's why the "friendzone" exists.

Feelings just matter more when it comes to relationships. I started watching this drama just for the sake of killing time and also because I needed another drama to take my mind off of "Fated to Love You" I'm soooo hooked!!!! I knew that it would have ultimately been Ki Tae who would fall for Jang Mi first.

It was lovely seeing him fight that inner turmoil. And now that his feelings are somewhat "out of the bag" I really do hope that in the coming episode s he'll be more proactive.

There's nothing I love more than a smitten male lead who is proactive about his feelings! In regards to Yeo Reum, I find him cute well to be specific I find Jinwoon cute but I honestly cannot resonate with his character nor his relationship with Jang Mi. I feel that everything about this pairing is just rainbow and unicorns. The relationship fails to convey any depth, making it hard for me to get behind these two.

Atlas, for now I will wait and see how Ki Tae will do about his budding feelings and how long it'll take Jang Mi to meet him half way. Ok, now that unlikely bromance has me turn myself on. Who knew that Pretty Boy and Cutie Pie would be besties? The threesome tapped into my happy feels and now I'm a happy satisfied camper.

I love that Cutie Pie fell for our girl first, and like you said, darlin', he's gonna have to try mightily to convince Jang Mi that he loves her. What an awesome challenge to Mr. Ki-tae is my main man, mostly because of Yeon Woo-jin being so great in this role. But I actually like Yeo-reum - stiff acting from Jinwoon aside. He's cute and he takes care of Jang-mi and he seems sincere, if a little slow at opening up.

If it were me, it would be no contest. If nothing else, he's there when she needs a friend, unlike basically everyone else. Even though I admit that the value of the company is important - the lesson Jang-mi is slowly learning - they're young and they're having fun and enjoying each other's company; ain't nothing wrong with that.

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It actually kind of sucks for her that she also has to deal with the fake relationship with awful fake in-laws and the awful ex on the side. Also I find it refreshing that the side pair has a believable potential romance to seriously threaten the main paring - one that's not just leftover feelings from a previous relationship. Anyway, great writing, good cast, and lots of cuteness means that I'm happy. It's been a while since I was genuinely rooting for the main pairing without wanting the dude to get a lobotomy, so I'm excited to be in for the ride.

YR and JM in the real world and without worrying about KT would probably date for a little while and have fun doing so. JM hopefully has learned to protect herself enough that she isn't falling hopelessly, madly in love - but going with what makes her feel giggly, at ease, warm. Right now, with all his teasing smiles, hugs and food, that person is YR.

KT is the opposite. He challenges her, wants her to break old habits and be stronger and smarter about life. Nothing warm about him! HD pointed out that being "cool" is the most important thing. This is why I love GF's mention of the "fortress of solitude" In Superman, it's a cold, distant place. I cannot deal with Han Yeo Rum, he has two expressions: expressionless that looks kinda like he's angry and then his fake smiling face. He's not at all rival worthy!!!

I wish they'd show more Jangmi and Gitae scenes! As usual, I agree with everything you say and I even teared up a little because I am so happy that the writing is just so brilliant. Like, I have been so disappointed those past few months by KDramaland and here I am, breathing again ; Seriously, I am a little bit overreacting but I just really love the drama. You expect something and then, BAAM, it's something totally unexpected.

You ain't getting bored at all. I am always anxious when I click on the next part because I know the episode is going to end soon and that I would have to wait the next day or next week.

I am so freakin' addicted and I know it's not sane at all XD. Yeon Woo Jin is doing such a good job. His expressions are seriously the best. The way he expressed his feelings through his eyes, it's just so wonderful. This role was really meant for him. He is just so adorable when he couldn't stop starring at Jang Mi's lips. No words for Jang Mi. That girl is so amazing that I just can't anymore. I so love her. When she "threatened" Mom that the Gong family will end if she keeps bothering them.

It's just Even if the drama isn't finished, she became one of my favorite female character along with Cha Yoon Hee of Unexpected You. Those women are so badass! Han Groo was also meant for that role. I can't just see anyone else and it just shows how good she is. GAH, their chemistry is killing me! It's like, you just need to put those two in the same room and explosion because it's so hot lol.

There aren't lots of OTP which make me feel like this. The most recent one gotta be Chiaki and Nodame of Nodame Cantabile. And no words for Se Ah. She is so cray cray, it's not sane at all for her and everyone else.

I gotta admit that Sunhwa is doing a good job! I didn't really like her in God's Gift but here, she is shining. Well, burning because she is the devil XD. I understand the appeal of Yeo Rum on paper - he's the easy dating option, no family hassle and he's cute - but what I'm seeing on screen is this shallow guy who uses a tragic backstory to get his own way and worse for a TV show he has no chemistry with his love interest Jang Mi.

The actor isn't good enough to add layers when the writing isn't doing him any favours. He's not sympathetic nor is he your typical self sacrificing second lead.

He comes across as a user, one who has no friends and personality switches into a male Jang Mi in an attempt to get KT to like him. Not because he's desperate to be liked but because he thinks it's his best shot at bunking at KT's place for a while. I love the one line zingers that KT says! In this episode paraphrased - when he said is there a confession where the girl is called a fool, then the one about only people who want to look good cook pasta, then when he asked YR are you Jesus when he suggested the soup left is enough for a good meal for 3 people.

So funny and witty, cutting but has not crossed the line into just flat out insulting. Hope they keep lines like these going! No offense, but I think a lot of people who are saying that the actors portraying Yeo-reum and Hoon-dong are terrible at acting simply don't get it due to a cultural difference They aren't bad actors, they're simply portraying their character.

Hoon-dong's isn't perhaps the most realistic- no-one in real life flails about like that when throwing a tantrum, etc. Yeo-reum is supposed to be this enigmatic character who's a bit shifty and closed off, so the actor isn't doing poorly at all- that's just the way his character is. He's a pretty boy, he knows it, and his smiles are meant to be ambiguous, like a distraction. That said, I'm really loving this drama so far. I adore that the male lead is the one who falls for the heroine first.

And I know jealousy isn't pretty, if it leads to wrist grabs and forceful kissing, stalking, etc.

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In any drama, period. I'm sorry, I'm a bit of a sadist, but I'm enjoying the love triangle and I hope that his jealousy and angst continues for a bit more. Of course I love Ki Tae and Jang Mi together and I want them to end up together at the end, but I don't hate Yeo-reum for "keeping the OTP apart," because I can see why she's attracted to him and of course, as I mentioned before, Ki Tae's jealousy and angst is so satisfying to me as a viewer.

I must reiterate how much I love your recaps. I enjoy watching this show immensely but I always tune in to your comments on each episode after watching it because it links up themes and little motifs that I either don't notice in all the excitement or notice but didn't fully appreciate until you bring attention to them and analyse them so brilliantly.

Once again many thanks. And I'm not sure where to request this, but is there any chance you'll be reviewing the new film Miss Granny? I enjoyed the movie immensely and would love to read your take on it :D.

I don't get it, why is she going through all this for him? For her parents that's not a good reason. At the start it was to get back at her ex, then for her parents since they started talking because of her "engagement. I reference you to a kitchen discussion where she talks about GT sideways and says, she thought she knew him, and pouts and so on.

I believe it was in the typhoon episode before she ate the typhoon food. She said that she liked GT, etc and that he wouldn't realize her existence, but she's being foolish and then YR was listening to her go on about GT and then she ate the typhoon food, he kissed her and at some point she decided to give up GT.

She's been shaking her feelings since then, and decided to devote herself to YR. I think that JM realised that she has some kind of feelings for GT, but she isn't quite sure what to make of that. I don't think she likes him romantically yet, but she does care about him, and he is someone she feels, in an unexpected way, close to. So she likes him, but not in that way. That's my interpretation, but I'm going to watch that scene again and see if I see what you see.

I don't remember the conversation exactly, but my takeaway was that she said Ki-tae gets under her skin and she worries about him being so alone, but that she's romantically interested in YR. I think YR picked up on Jang-mi's worry as having a deeper root than just a platonic friendly thing, but I don't think Jang-mi was aware of her feelings. I just don't think Jang-mi has even allowed herself to entertain the possibility of being with Ki-tae, considering how open he has been about using her to push his family away.

After getting so hurt by her ex, I think she's directed her feelings towards the "safer" man in YR. Even though he may be sketchier than Ki-tae, Jang-mi doesn't have the depth of feelings towards him, so even if they don't work out, she will not end up quite as heartbroken.

With Ki-tae, I think that she instinctually knows that if she falls down that rabbit hole, she is going to fall hard and fast. That's how I interpret the situation anyway. Great input. He continues to protect her even though he wants her to look horrible in front of his family.

It feels like he unconsciously protects and sincere for each action she is force to into. Well said, lessonlearn. I think what Jang-mi is learning right now is the difference between loneliness and being alone-and conversely, the difference between spending time with someone and experiencing emotional intimacy with someone.

Unless she embraces and accepts her own aloneness, she will keep filling the void with empty superficial relationships rather than true intimacy. Right now, Yeo Reum is offering her his physical presence and some light companionship, but what she has with Ki-tae is true emotional intimacy.

I think she's just really kind and just cared for GT at this moment. The realization, not quite there yet. It's just that JM understands GT's sentiments on being alone and she's helping him to get that and nothing more than that. Remember how HD and JM part ways? I think she doesn't want to experience that again. Love isn't voluntary most of the time You wrote it like she had a choice to like who she likes-one can like someone, but choose not to act on it.

The difference is that she chooses differently this time around. I still got the stronger impression that she likes and is invested in GT romantically, but that she rather push those feelings down and bury herself in YR. In doing so, she's acting "cool" towards GT, which is kinda driving him crazy I love how he finally admitted if only to himself that he wasn't okay at the end.

Also so happy that he fell for her first bc this is a mess of his own making. That scene in the in his living room with the three of them was one of my favourite parts of the episode.

They had this odd makeshift family feel and I love shows that do that. Oh, thanks for articulating what is one of my favourite kdrama things that I didn't have a way of describing: "that off makeshift family feel"! I love shows that do that too, so I was in my bliss during the living room scene. It was adorable! GF - Thanks for the recap. It is so perfectly written. From the the French movie suggestion -ooh la la - to the call backs from earlier eps to your final comments.

Reading all of this is so satisfying. It flows beautifully and I am envious of how easy it looks. I know that you have have been doing this for years and keep getting better at it Enough about you. He's perfect. He is exactly what JM wants right now, so let her have him. Did you not see how happy she was with her little head on his shoulder? Is she going to run off and live with him forever and ever?

I don't know. Why not? GT is lovely lovely lovely, I agree, but he is not emotionally available to JM, yet. Even though he ran ran ran to rescue her in the clinic, his first impulse was NOT to reach down and hug her, but to scold her.

He didn't even think of it. It was the same after the typhoon episode. At the suju tent, she sat in front of him with tears running down her face and he just kept correcting her behavior.

That is what he thinks she needs right now. To some degree he is right. He knows that if she stuck up for herself, she wouldn't have pooped her pants or wouldn't have been run ragged by Auntie. He is playing long game strategy with her so she won't need YR's short game strategy - comfort for her mistakes. She needs both boys right now. Thing is - One of them can change and become a better partner for her. One of them isn't wise enough to know he needs to change to be a long term partner.

It's in GT's hands. Like GF said, he has to choose to be "someone who might actually risk his pride for love. While I am nodding along with most of what you said I'd also say aybe it's not totally because he's "emotionally unavailable":. IF he is that emotionally unavailable - I doubt he'd even scold.

That's too much effort. He will just be detached. Blame it on his family and upbringing - do you see his mom running in to hug and comfort or scold first? You are right! Let's see - he is not emotionally ready to make a physical or public-can-see connection - yet - and hides his feelings behind bluster. A bit off-topic, but I was wondering why this drama is not listed under the "Currently Airing" sidebar.

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Actually, I see that Friday shows are not even on the list. Korea's "prime time" does not include Fridays? I loved how off-kilter GT was at the beginning of the episode in the restaurant when he's uncomfortably talking to JM and picks up the empty glass to take a sip only to realize that it's empty!

Heehee :. Maybe it's still a newish time slot on the Korean programming schedule? I remember reading that the new cable channels were experimenting with different slots. Thank you, drama. For introducing me too Yeon Woojin. And that it is possible for a drama to be ridiculously hilarious but also heart thumping at the same time. Han yeo reum is lack of expression. Talk about polar opposites. A guy who wants to be alone and a girl who can't be alone. Everything about them is opposite each other, even their parents.

Her parents fight all the time and I am still wondering what they fight about while his parents have a legitimate issue to be fighting but they don't. What a strange couple.

Oh gosh Thank you dramagods! Ok, I seriously want to finish watching this because the male lead is adorable, but this second lead male is totally killing it for me! He's like the annoying little brother that tags along everywhere.

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I'm going to have to tune in later, if they make him disappear. I like them together. I actually think they are soul mates, but since soul mates rarely end up together so I think they would be just bff.

But one thing I like in this show I'm rooting for the male lead as much as the second male lead. Love your recaps and comments. By that I mean, every other character has played with the comedic elements of their characters and situations.

Even Hyun Hee did a little during her first and second meeting of Hoon Dong. The actress' delivery in that scene lacked any comedic element. Or did I just miss out on a good laugh there? Had she smiled, flirted, or been a tad bit more physical while making the demand, it may have come across that way and better followed the tone of the rest of the drama.

I also hope we get a little more backstory on why for her it has to be Gong Gi Tae. Yeah, I always feel like she's pulling Gi Tae's chain whenever she asks him to do something totally ridiculous, like that's her weird way of flirting with him or something. Memorist: Episodes Final. The King: Eternal Monarch: Episode 7. Drama viewership ratings for the week of May Good Casting: Episode 4.

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