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One More Happy Ending: Episode 14

There are always more than just two people in a relationship — you have to be willing to accept all the people that come with them as well. Friends, family, and even children can complicate a love affair, and thankfully Mi-mo and Soo-hyuk take those things seriously. Mi-mo especially has a lot to think about as she contemplates the possibility of becoming a mother, and whether or not she’s ready for that huge step.

EPISODE 14 RECAP

Soo-hyuk has lunch with his sister Shi-ah and her fiance Sung-jae, unaware that he’s Mi-mo’s ex-husband. Shi-ah tries to chastise him for his treatment of So-eun, but he rightly says that he warned her that he wasn’t interested.

Working in a different part of the hotel, Mi-mo finishes up and goes looking for Soo-hyuk to ride home together. She sees Shi-ah in the bathroom and suddenly places her — she saw her at a client’s wedding, on her ex-husband’s arm, and also once in her building’s parking garage.

In the lobby Mi-mo finds herself face-to-face with Shi-ah again, and her ex Sung-jae. They all play it cool, and Mi-mo introduces herself to Shi-ah as a not-very-close friend of Sung-jae’s from college, ha. Shi-ah notes that they keep running into each other, and Mi-mo mutters that it’s definitely weird. She grins triumphantly when she adds that he’s here to see her boyfriend.

She finds Soo-hyuk in the restaurant, and her jaw drops… there are red roses everywhere, and Soo-hyuk is at a table, grinning from ear to ear with a rose in his hair. She’s tickled pink at the sweet gesture, and he even gives her a little necklace to replace the one she threw into the sea when they first reconnected. Awww, he’s just precious.

Yeon-soo had seen Mi-mo for a consultation at Happy Wedding, having decided to move forward and meet someone new. She told Mi-mo that her ideal man is basically the opposite of Hae-joon, figuring that Mi-mo would understand. But Mi-mo says that you can know someone for a long time without really knowing them, and that the Hae-joon she knew did have a warm heart, at the end.

She goes on her first blind date, and Hae-joon coincidentally has a lunch meeting at the same restaurant. He’s surprised to see her there with a man, and doesn’t look entirely happy about it, but he doesn’t approach her.

Soo-hyuk and Mi-mo get cheerfully drunk on wine — Mi-mo pretends that she can hear the wine talking, and that it says Soo-hyuk is really cute. Hee. The end up weaving down the street together holding hands, and Mi-mo finds a purse that also speaks to her, and aegyos Soo-hyuk to buy it for her. He jokes that he’s jealous of the purse because he wants to be the only thing that belongs to her, and gah, they’re so adorably silly.

Mi-mo wakes the next morning when Da-jung calls to fuss that she’s late to work, and sees a huge pile of purses on her floor. She shrieks when the pile moves, and HAHA, Soo-hyuk was sleeping under them. It’s like their fake wedding night all over again.

They gape at the expensive purses, wondering if they can return them, and their conversation with the saleswoman is hilariously reminiscent of their conversation with the clerk who issued their wedding license. They do get the refund though, minus the one bag that Mi-mo really wanted.

Soo-hyuk finds Min-woo still home, since there’s no school today, though he says he’s staying at a friend’s house that night. Soo-hyuk jokes that Min-woo doesn’t want to hang out with him, and Min-woo’s return volley that Dad’s already got someone else to hang out with carries a bit of hurt in his tone.

Min-woo and Mi-mo end up riding in the same elevator, where Min-woo is uncharacteristically quiet. He does stop to ask Mi-mo a favor before he goes — to please not hurt his dad. Aww, sweet kid.

Another client-couple of Mi-mo’s and Da-jung’s is getting married, but this one has them a bit worried. The groom’s family may object because they’re so different, but Da-jung thinks they’ll be fine.

Geun-hak and Da-jung had gone back to couples counseling, where they had to stare into each other’s eyes for ten minutes. Da-jung looks a little shell-shocked, but Geun-hak starts smiling right away — and now she smiles thinking about it.

Mi-mo is a bit worried herself, because it took her so long to get together with Soo-hyuk, and now she feels like they keep running into obstacles. His friend So-eun, but mostly his son, who she doesn’t think likes her anymore. Da-jung thinks this means their relationship is getting serious, and warns Mi-mo to prepare for worse before it gets better.

Later Mi-mo imagines their relationship is a merger, seeing herself moving into Soo-hyuk’s place and the two of them signing legal papers amicably. Then she imagines a hostile takepver, with an angry mother-in-law slapping down a prenuptual agreement, so she brings in her shark lawyer to lay out her own demands (including a fine for not hugging her every day, hee).

Later Soo-hyuk introduces Mi-mo to his sisters, and oh lordy I’m so glad this is still in her imagination because there are nine of them. They all sit to eat and start to criticize Mi-mo’s eating habits, which causes Soo-hyuk to sweep his plates off the table in fury. He threatens to run away with her if they treat her badly, and leads her away.

Mi-mo thinks to herself that she could handle any crazy family he threw at her… but his one disappointed son could be too much.

Dong-mi cooks up a huge meal for Jung-woo, and clumsily brings up marriage — when does he think he might want to do it? He figures, about five years after he gets his first job, which he doesn’t even have yet. Dong-mi cringes, but at least he just casually talks like it’s her he’ll be marrying, which is sweet.

Later she fawns over a friend’s new baby, and the friend says that Dong-mi should get married soon so she can have one, too. She doesn’t think “that young guy” is a good prospect, and for once Dong-mi doesn’t argue.

Mi-mo makes a romantic meal for Soo-hyuk, all guaranteed fresh ingredients this time (and no alcohol!). After dinner Soo-hyuk says that sitting here with her, sans alcohol, feels even more dangerous, because her beauty in the dim lighting is making him crazy. Rawr. She giggles and chatters, but Soo-hyuk isn’t kidding around, and moves in slowly for a kiss.

They’re distracted when Ppoppo whines at them, and Soo-hyuk quips that a minor is watching, so maybe they should go to her room? He sweeps up Mi-mo in a princess carry and they snuggle in bed, and this time there are no prim objections when Soo-hyuk kisses her.

Dong-bae makes Ae-ran a huge breakfast, and sends her off to work with a huge packed lunch, including her very favorite PPL almonds. He’s definitely making an effort, and Ae-ran stays guarded but is defnitely softening towards him.

Dong-mi finds out at school that the little girl who was “dating” the younger boy broke up, and now she’s dating a fifth grader. But now she’s thinking of breaking up with him too, and just focusing on her studies, because all men are like babies — no matter their age, they’re all the same. Ha, this little girl cracks me up.

Yeon-soo shows Hae-joon a man she’s been matched with, and asks his opinion. Hae-joon asks about the guy he saw her with, and Yeon-soo says that she wants to meet a lot of different guys, because she’s tired of wasting her time. Dang, and I was so impressed with her maturity until now.

During a break at marriage counseling, Da-jung overhears Geun-hak on the phone with a coworker. He says that he’s enjoying his time off work and hangs up, and sees her there. He makes the dumbest joke ever and laughs nervously — it’s so cute how flustered his own wife makes him these days.

Back in class they have to tell each other something that hurt them, and the other can only respond, “I see.” The other couples do it all wrong, making accusations and excuses, but Geun-hak and Da-jung take it seriously. Da-jung says that she forgot how hard he was trying when she was sick, and only thought about herself. She acknowledges that he’s still trying hard, and he’s so moved that he can barely say, “I see.”

She continues, saying that he’s always been a kind man, and he’s still kind now, even when she’s pushing him away. She apologizes, and thanks him for making such an effort for her and their marriage. He pulls her in for a hug, and this time, she hugs him back. ~sniffle~

Mi-mo runs into Sung-jae again while she’s at the vet with Ppoppo, but she refuses to let him pet the dog, since he threw him away. She snaps that she doesn’t like how they keep running into each other, and wonders what he’s even doing in a pet store when his fiancee has allergies.

Sung-jae has to admit that he lied — Shi-ah isn’t allergic to dogs. He just didn’t want to start a life with a new woman, while still owning the dog he got with Mi-mo. Wow, what a jerk. Mi-mo says that he’s not even human, and asks if he’d have thrown a child away too if they’d had one.

She’s tiny, yet she still somehow manages to look down at him (it’s quite impressive), and lectures him that true love means accepting someone’s past. He challenges her to prove it, and says that he’ll be watching if she ever dates a man with a kid. Mi-mo laughs in his face at that: “I don’t love the way you do.” You go, girl.

Mi-mo runs into Min-woo outside their apartments, and when he’s still a bit chill with her, she says that she’s been sad lately because he doesn’t joke or smile like he used to. He keeps his face carefully neutral and leaves (he’s not rude to her, he’s just not friendly with her anymore), and Mi-mo stays up late thinking about what to do.

She dreams of Soo-hyuk giving her back the gaudy ring he bought for her, and she dramatically worries about his son not being happy about this. He asks her to trust him, that he’ll convince the boy, but when he tries to kiss her he just can’t do it.

Min-woo is hilariously suited up like a father-in-law, horrified that Soo-hyuk is dating that women across the hall. He vows to stop their marriage, unwilling to split his inheritance, so he has her branded as the Virtuous Woman of Yongsan to prevent their union. HAHA, Mi-mo argues that she can’t be virtuous, she dates waaay too much, but she’s forced to accept.

She sees Min-woo in the hall again the next morning, only now she seems determined to do something. She follows him to his mother’s resting place, and approaches him as he cries.

His walls are down now, and he tells Mi-mo that he never got a chance to call his mother “Mom.” He guesses now that his wish for Dad to find someone is also because he’d like a mother. But if he calls someone else Mom, he’d feel badly towards his own mother.

Mi-mo puts her arm around Min-woo and says that she’s positive his mother knows how he feels. Min-woo tearfully asks Mi-mo again not to hurt his dad, almost pleading with her this time. She tells him that when he’s older he’ll understand that it’s impossible not to get hurt when you’re in a relationship, but that she will promise to make Soo-hyuk smile at least once a day. Min-woo is smiling again by the time they go for pizza, which makes Mi-mo happy.

Soo-hyuk suggests a double date with Shi-ah, so that he can introduce Mi-mo to her and Sung-jae. Oh no, this is gonna be very, very bad.

HA, Mi-mo turns her promise to her own advantage — she tells Soo-hyuk to give her a sticker every time he makes her smile, and when she fills up a card with stickers, she gets a wish. At least Soo-hyuk gets a card and wishes too. He gives her a sticker for this idea, then wants a sticker for giving her a sticker, and I can see how this could get out of hand quickly.

Mi-mo demands he sing her the confession song first, and Soo-hyuk is adorably shy about it. But he grants his lady’s wish, dorky gestures and all. Excuse me while I watch that ten more times.

Geun-hak and Da-jung are also shy about their homework, which is to say “I love you” three times a day. Geun-hak looks like he’s gearing up to say it at dinner, but Da-jung jumps up to tuck Tae-yong into bed and his moment passes.

Dong-mi stays up late worrying about her relationship with Jung-woo, unsure what to do. She decides to write him a letter to confessing her real age, but she ends up scrapping every attempt.

Geun-hak and Da-jung both agonize over how to say “I love you,” as their time swiftly dwindles. Finally Geun-hak approaches Da-jung while she’s doing the dishes and slides his arms around her waist, and mutters a quick and barely audible Iloveyou. He says it again as quickly as possible as she’s getting out of the shower (OMG her face, HAHAHA). He is so freaking cute.

It’s Da-jung’s turn, and she approaches the door to his office like she’s marching to the gallows. She gets hers out of the way all at once: “I love you, I love you, I love you.” It’s ridiculous, and probably cheating, but Geun-hak smiles at her anyway. Da-jung quickly retreats to her room to collapse on the bed, but she also smiles a little to herself. Aww.

Yeon-soo meets with another prospect, and this one is pretty awful. He picks his teeth at the table and laughs at her, saying that she doesn’t look like her photo. Yeon-soo goes off into a daydream, remembering when she and Hae-joon met, and we see that she approached him first even then. She’d told him that they’d make a good couple, as the best-looking students in school.

Now she goes to find him after her disastrous date, and wonders aloud why it’s so hard to find a man better than him.

Soo-hyuk asks Min-woo what he wants for his birthday tomorrow, but Min-woo says that his dad should get a gift for working so hard to raise him. Soo-hyuk gets all mushy, thanking him for being his son and telling him he loves him. Min-woo shudders like the preteen he is, so Soo-hyuk hilariously sings it at him instead.

He invites Mi-mo to Min-woo’s birthday dinner, and teases her to buy the kid something expensive. He says there’s someone he wants to introduce her to there, but doesn’t tell her who it is.

She goes shopping the next day for a gift and runs into Sung-jae again, as he tries to snatch a jacket right out of her hands. They argue over the jacket, and Mi-mo actually says that she should get it since she so generously gave him that divorce he wanted so badly, ha. Thankfully the saleswoman finds a second jacket, ending their fight.

On their way out of the store, they snap at each other that they never, ever want to see each other again.

So of course they share matching looks of horror when they show up at the same hotel later that day. They shove at each other at the door then fight to walk in first, and snarl at each other when they realize they’re going to the same restaurant. They’re so petty, I love it.

Min-woo sees them and says hi, and when they both wave hello to him, they shoot each other confused looks. But when they see Soo-hyuk and Shi-ah sitting at the same table, the reality of the situation starts to dawn on them.

“You’re not…?” “Are you…?” Then both together: “YOU!”

COMMENTS

So so so glad the cute is back — this week’s episodes reminded me of the cute, funny show we started out with, and the fun, silly Mi-mo and Soo-hyuk we fell for in the beginning. I love seeing the two of them together, they both just glow with happiness, and it’s wonderful how much they make each other laugh. At least if we had to suffer through several weeks of agony, the payoff of seeing them together and happy was worth it. And an extra special thanks to the drama gods for helping Mi-mo get over her prudish waiting! I’m also really pleased with how Geun-hak and Da-jung’s story is going (how cute are they, seriously) and that Dong-mi is really giving the future of her relationship serious thought. Everyone is moving forward with maturity and love, and it’s awesome.

As much as I love nearly everyone, I’m definitely over Hae-joon and Yeon-soo at this point, and not just because they’re no longer relevant to the main story. Yeon-soo has mostly been a strong, independent woman throughout the show, accepting that her relationship with Hae-joon is over and handling her feelings like an adult. So when she walked into Brave Wedding and said that she was ready to move on, I inwardly cheered for her — good girl, go find someone who deserves you! And then she just used her dating to bait Hae-joon, and my opinion of her plummeted. I guess that if we had to have one female character give up her spine for a man, I’m glad it’s not one of the four friends, but I’m still disappointed in her. I honestly thought she was better than that.

And what is it about this cold fish Hae-joon that has women willing to make fools of themselves and throw away their pride for him? Yeah okay he’s pretty, in a sterile Ken Doll sort of way, but that’s it. He’s not even nice, and Mi-mo saying that she saw him as a warm person at the end doesn’t hold water for me. Mi-mo makes a lot of effort to look for the good in people, which is a great quality of hers, but it makes her findings a little suspect. Not to mention, the whole time they were actually dating, she didn’t find him warm or inviting at all. I just don’t get what women see in him.

I really appreciated that the show gives Min-woo and his worries some weight in this episode, because it’s always been clear that he and Soo-hyuk are a package deal. So I like that Min-woo got his moment to be a real person and not just a child or a plot device. I think we’ve always known that his “I just want my dad to be happy, it’s not because I want a mom” wasn’t true, because what kid doesn’t want, and need, a mother? It makes my heart ache that he feels his mother’s loss so keenly, even though he never knew her.

And it’s wonderful how Mi-mo considers Min-woo’s feelings about her relationship with Soo-hyuk so important, and doesn’t write him off as just a kid. Because he’s not — as Soo-hyuk always says, Min-woo is all he’s got, and if she and Soo-hyuk do want to get married I love that just getting along with Min-woo wouldn’t be enough for her. She wants his acceptance and at least his friendship, if not his love. And I also think it’s wonderful that Mi-mo didn’t go running to Soo-hyuk for help, but worked out her issues with Min-woo directly. By handling this between herself and Min-woo, it shows how much she likes and respects the boy, enough to keep their own personal issues private between themselves. I also love that she doesn’t lie to him, or make promises she can’t keep, but instead promises something that she can do — to always make his father smile.

I was glad to see the So-eun sideline fade into the background in this episode, because I do think that if we’re going to create one last conflict to threaten Soo-hyuk and Mi-mo’s relationship, having his sister marrying her ex is a much more interesting twist. And I was worried that the show would go all melodrama on us again, so I’m entertained that it’s being treated instead as a humorous thing, with Mi-mo and Sung-jae running into each other randomly several times before realizing how they’re connected once again. It softens the blow and makes the situation more funny than traumatic, and sends us into the final week with a situation poised to give us some conflict, but mostly humor. It gives me hope that Happy Ending will end as it began… a show with lots of heart, and lots of laughs.

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Totally agree in every word you said LollyPip!

Looking forward to our last leg and how will SH handle the future brother-in-law is an ex-husband of my soon-to-wife HAHAHA with humor Show, please with humor.

As for DJ and GH, I love how they each go about the tasks that was given to them and how nervous they were at the three "iloveyous" ? So cute and sweet at the same time.

I think AE already thinks DB is th best husband for her. And we can really see that DM has grown a lot. She's no longer looking at the physical appearance in a partner but someone that she can have a future with. And to solve every problem she has about finances, let JW be a chaebol HAHA ?

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I think it would be fun if JW is a chaebol.

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+1 I totally agree... it came back to its fun moment... I love the new plot

DJ AND GH gave me the most satisfying solution which I was searching in many shows like oh my Venus(I'll deal all my pain alone ?) ,cheese in the trap(I don't even want to get started with this) ,she was pretty (his anger issues, eating habits,cruelty over non hye jin characters )etc... where they are so good at addressing problem and are half assed when it comes to solutions ... we are given finished products processed offscreen and lead ladies just accept them with gratitude.... when your in a relationship you have to find the solution together step by step and not have separation and be happy about the finished product which you didn't work hard for... seriously these are relationship(fictional but still) they are not some custom made shoe which you order and wait for the finish product to arrive... i'm just happy at least someone got it right....even though there not our main couple's story...

Lastly. .. Every guy in this show can cook SH, GH & NOW DB

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I was just thinking that. Maybe Jung Woo is rich, probably not cha ebola level, but enough to solve their financial problems,

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Sungjae is a much better second lead than Haejoon. Much better.

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i didn't even think about that before but wow yes totally agree

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Agreed. She had more chemistry with him than Haejoon.

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I almost think Sung-jae actor was miscasted. He has such a gentleman image, that I can't get used to seeing him being petty.

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I was coming here to say that. He is just so much more charismatic than the actor playing Min-woo. (I know that actor can come across more personably, this was not a flattering role for him.)

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You mean the actor playing Hae Joon, right? Because Minwoo's child actor is pretty good.

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Lol. You mean Hae Joon...?

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I think so too! I'm really excited to see him here. I liked him in Bubblegum as the brother and it was a nice surprise to see him in this drama.

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I didn't get the joke about MiMo being branded a Virtuous Woman. Why is it a bad thing if her prospective stepson thinks she is virtuous?

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It means she can never marry again I think

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Someone may have to correct me, but I believe a virtuous woman in Joseon was a woman who was honored for staying faithful to her first husband and not remarrying. Sometimes, they would commit suicide to receive that honor for their family (think "you who came from the stars).

So, because Mi-Mo is a divorcee, she can't remarry according to confucian ideals, if she's declared a virtuous woman.

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Ahhhh! That makes sense now! Thank you, Mrs. Oh and Hagar.

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Oh ok @Mrs. Oh.... Thanks! That explanation is definitely more likely... Lol

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I think it means she has substance... Lol... Cos we are aware how superficial she has been...

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I feel like this drama could've been a great sequel/spinoff to the "I need romance" franchise, imagine if it was on TVN haha.

I'm still quite scarred from I need romance 3, which was lukewarm.

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You honestly thought the great kisses in I Need Romance 3 were lukewarm? Wow - I still remember that drama as being one of the hottest on a broadcast (not cable) station.

I want to see some truly deep kisses in One More Happy Ending. I know Jung Kyung-ho is totally capable but have NEVER seen Jang Na-ra surrender her lips completely. Come on girl! You've got a really hot guy there!

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Jang Nara can totally do it! Watch Fated to love you...you'll know!

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Jang Nara did have deep kisses in Fated to Love You with Jang Hyuk though. ^^

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Ahe can totally do it! FTLY with Hyukkie proved that. Maybe it's the director who tones it down.

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Jang Nara isn't consistent with her kissing scenes so it's always unclear how they will go in a drama. But she really went for it with Jang Hyuk in FTLY and Daniel Choi in Baby-faced Beauty, so I really hope she goes for it with Kyung-ho too.

He's actually one of the best kissers in dramaland so it would be a shame if they didn't really go for it at least once, especially since this is my favorite pairing of his since Smile You.

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as I understand it she always said she allows herself to be lead by the lead male in such scenes. I do not think she has any trouble with kissing I mean there not only fated you can go back to her drama 2005 Wedding for endless kissing scenes. But as said it also up to the director as to how 'hot' they may or may not get as k-drama can still get warning from the watchdog if such scenes are deemed..um..shall we say over done and get fines and the like if they disregard them.
An example of a director kiss would be say I Remember you, where the male lead keep moving forward to kiss JN but the director wanted it so he stay static rather than reactive.

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Haha. I love the BTS of that scene. I miss IRY.

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thank goodness the cute is back!! not gonna lie, i stopped watching this and just read the recaps around when mi-mo started going out with hae-joon because things got so boring and i just really dislike hae-joon's character too.

picking it back up again now and so glad to see all the adorable-ness again! somehow it feels like we were in two different dramas, hae-joon and post-hae-joon lol

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Agree with the two dramas thing +1

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+1 I stopped at 3 and picked up at 13 xD.. still I can relate due to DB RECAPS... THANK YOU ...

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I loved this episode!!! Well, everything except the two doctors. I'm going to watch it again tonight before bed :)

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What a great and funny episode. I really like Mimo's consideration of Min Woo's feelings and earning his trust without involving Soo Hyuk.

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I sooo sooo love this episode!! Thanks lollypip for the recaps!!!
I'm so in love with our girls and their respective guys!! Except for HJ and YS.. They faded in the background, I felt that they are the only one that did not developed their character, not that I mind though!!
I hope we don't have too many angst for our last leg, I just want it to be warm and fluffy and full of hearts, even with the conflicts they have to face!! No more tears please!!?

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Not to be rude but I don't like the acting too ...like they are too bland.. where neither of them could lift the moment with their acting (there are plenty of shows where scripts sucks but acting lifts it.. )

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Min Woo's scene when he labelled Mi Mo as Virtuous Women was brilliant! I suddenly started to imagine him as little Goo Jun Pyo XD

I'm a bit disappointed with the drunk scene between Mi Mo & Soo Hyuk. It's just too short and I was wondering if this is just a part of PPL? I want more from this scene!!!!!

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Haha you're right. That scene was purely for PPL purpose. But aren't those purses gorgeous though?

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Nado!! It was a really fun scene, and a great continuation of their drunk almost wedding but too short. I think it was just for PPL but it was great PPL though.

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The purse returning scene was hilarious too. I hate returning things. If I had to return 99 purses, I would probably just take out a loan and just keep the purses as Soohyuk suggested.

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That last scene tho with all the close ups of everyone's faces like a million times HAHAHAHA

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hahaha that was so funny!!! with mi mo & her ex looking horrified, and everyone at the table looking so happy and full of love!

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For a moment I felt like there was a conspiracy from the Song siblings to prank both of them.

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THIS WAS MY FAVOURITE EPISODE! It brought back the funny of the initial episodes and more!

Almost made the Haejoon-time worth it...I really can't stand him. He just sucks the life out of the story (he takes the romance and the comedy out of the rom-com)... hope they keep his presence at a minimum from now on. Only 2 more episodes! Please do not disappoint show!

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sadly I doubt very much the rating % will pick up even with the cute back in force. Really sad as it seems to me the cast have work as hard as they could with what they got in regard to writing and direction, certainly the two leads

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Yeah, it's hard to watch at times because when they do a close up of the actors, they have super dark eye bags. I hope they're Atleast getting enough sleep despite live shooting. It's upsetting that ratings are in the dump when everyone is working hard.

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I'm disappointed with the ratings too... I usually don't have issues with how they play out and I get intricacies of getting optimal ratings for the most part...but im a bit sad abt this one... Hope the cast and crew don't stop giving a f**k...for our sakes, jebaal...

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Wahoo, the show's back to a happy mood!
- How do they even get drunk in the middle of the day omg.
- I was cheering during the DJ and GH scenes. Hooray. I squealed during the "I love you" parts. He's so sweet, I hope she opens up more and soon!
- Could someone explain what the whole Virtuous Woman of Yongsan is about? I don't get it, is it a folk tale?
- Oh no I hope DM tells her boyfriend soon, I feel rather uneasy when drama characters hide things from others.

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They say on earlier comment that if your virtuous, u stick to only one man in ur life. So u can't remarry, looks like originated from joseon era.. Hope it helps!

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Ah I see! Thanks.

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Day-drinking is a skill!

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+1 HAHA But this being South Korea I wonder how common it is for people to get drunk (in a fancy restaurant, no less!) in the middle of the day.

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Better question is: How are they still physically okay after continously drinking since the start? In this ep alone, they drank like 4 bottles of wine.

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I know right? Liver problems might be right around the corner. Thank goodness HJ is a doctor I guess. He could treat them? I wonder what he specialises in though.....

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It was mentioned in episode 2... Neurologist, I think.

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Agreee with you!!
I really love the fact that Mi-mo doesn't use Min-woo as merely a strategy to smoothen her relationship with Soo-hyuk and his parents. Also for her not to see Min-woo as a challenge but because she purely care about him. She put him as a priority in her and Soo-hyuk life. She likes him as an individual not only because he's his bf child. It makes her able to be a good mother for him.

Actually for Dong-mi life, I prefer having her to stop whining about her single status and simply enjoys her life than maintaining her relationship with Jung-woo or marrying him. Because it will shows more on how she becomes a more mature self than simply having a new status. She didn't tell her real age yet to him. He still doesn't have plan to marry her in near future. Not to mention, his parents that might need time to consider their older daughter in law. The problems seemed just too much for last episodes of this series.
But again, the writers might just simply make them get married for all characters 'One More Happy Ending'.

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I love the cliffhanger fake out. Soo Hyuk is just too amazing.

God. Who knew Bad Guy Kim Tae Hoon can be capable of so much cute. He carried this episode for me.

I'm also ao over of Robodoc Hae Joon's story line.

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+1 about Kim Tae Hoon(Da Jeong’s husband). I wonder if he is enjoying (or feeling awkward) his role as nice guy.

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He has had to do a lot of roles to wash the grime off after his role as terrible human being in Angry Mom. Hopefully he's having fun with this one too.

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I always love Kim Tae-hoon and I'm glad that I can finally see him as a nice guy with a lovely family -the last time I watched he took a good guy role he ended up dying *sobs*- I especially enjoy that I don't need to be afraid he'll backstab someone this time around LOL.

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He was also a baddie, sorta ... Well. He seemed to evolve into one...In Innocent Man/Nice Guy with Song Joong Ki and Moon Chae Won...

I'm so glad he's so endearing here :)

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Damn. The fiancee has the 'sly fox' face down to a tee.

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- Apparently, the nuts are sponsored. California almonds.

- Yes!!! Drunk shopping!! Please, more drunk shenanigans.

- I really enjoyed Mimo's bickering with ex husband, they have more chemistry than her and HJ.

- No preview yet for Ep 15?

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After Soo Hyuk, Da Jeong's husband Huh Gak is soooooooo swoon worthy and manly. I think it's so cute that they take the marriage counseling camp homework so seriously. It was cute. All the feels...the actor playing Huh Gak is such a serious looking guy but he really has made efforts for Da Jeong and never really let her go until she shut him out, so glad they're working together again. I ship them a lot. Their son is cute too.

Mi Mo's day dreams are funny. How can Soo Hyuk have that many sisters?

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That took me out of the moment for quite a bit because I thought that was just Mimo's imagination too but he really does have a lot of sisters and he's the only son of the family.

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How I wish we got an arc with Mimo's ex-husband instead of with Haejoon. So many potential with the ex, the drama would be more in the com territory in this romcom.

Also Dajung and Geunhak!!!! I was squealing during their scenes. I'd rather see more of them tbh than the main couple (oops).

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Totally agree with you! An arc with the ex husband would have been more interesting. Haejoon didn't do anything for me. Not sure if actor or character?

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I think it's a combination of both. The character is rigid in the first place and his performance is one-dimensional, like he is as he is written. Right now, I wish the writer would do away with both doctors' arc. I didn't care for them before and I still don't so I couldn't bring myself to care for their closure. I could do less of their scenes and more Dajung/Geunhak ;_;

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I find myself nodding to your comment this time, Lollypip! I've dropped this drama when the angst started and our leads cried a lot, but I've watched every episode since, albeit raw (I can't wait!). My Korean is not very good, and I don't have the luxury to re-watch every episodes with subs so I'm thankful for the recaps! Keep it going!

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I loved the approach they took to Mi Mo and Sung Jae at the end of the episode. It had potential to turn into a big melodramatic arc (and it still does), but I hope they stick to this whole petty competitiveness thing they have going. I made this whole head canon after I saw it where they're both extremely petty and snipey and snarky with each other, but they're trying to keep their SOs from finding out at the same time so they have to be nice to each other in front of them, and then eventually they agree to be grown ups and move on because they're both happy where they are. I hope it turns out to be something like that.
Show, please don't go the other way! Stay in the light and fluffy!

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why so many imaginative scenes this week,......i guess there are out of their story so want to drag...but thank god..its a funny drag and i thank for it...instead of some useless accident or something this is way better...i m enjoying this funny drag...

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This!! This episode. This should've been what the entire series should've been. It's a shame we only have finale week left but better late than never. Thanks lollypip!

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Thanks for the recap! I liked this episode and the prior one. Really hoping they don't go the melo or noble idiot route with the ex-husband. This show does funny much better than angst. Hae Joon and YS need to go away - I really liked her at first, but now she's joined the ranks of the women pining after the cold and boring HJ. Ugh.

Really enjoying the other women's stories - especially Da Jung and her husband. They are so awkward but getting better together...routing for them!

Agree with everyone who said the ex-husband is WAY more interesting as a second lead.

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I keep seeing Guen hak as the mudering rapist in Angry Mom and the loon in Mudering loon in innocent Man, its hard for me to accept him as this great guy.
I'm glad everything worked out with min woo he was my biggest concern.

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His character in Innocent Man was redeemed in the end, wasn't he? Plus he played a good guy in Hidden Identity. I like this actor very much. In those two and this show, his parts are relatively small but memorable.

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Watch 'Bad Guys'...excellent villian character too. It's refreshing to see him in One More Happy Ending...totally different role

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Why doesn't Mimo talk to Soo Hyuk about Minwoo? Is it because they just started dating.

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It sure will be an akward meeting and gift giving wont be doing it any favors either.

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I'm glad they've decided to make the conflict between Mimo and her Ex to be more childish and petty as opposed to one that's dramatic and angsty ... good call.

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I looooove this episode. Hope the shows continues like this in the last two episodes.

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I love all there cutness in this ep.I love them drunk with there childness and cuteness.I understand min woo I feel sorry for him.I agree hae joon is NOT warm person.may be mimo said that because he let her be with sh.I find him really weird and cold.....and very pretty (his looks are the only reason I'm keeping up with him) .ys should just find her self good man.I can't wait to see how the sibling will take the news that they dating the exes it's going to be awkward.good thing sh sister decide to move to us.

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Am I the only one who found it so endearing and a little swoony when Soo Hyuk suggested she could keep the expensive bags instead? To use a different one every day of the month.

And, their drunk shopping is the funniest use of PPL yet.

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De-lurking to comment!

Sheeeeet!!! Nakakakilig talaga, di ko kaya to! Ang cute ni Soo Hyuk at Mimo!

Moaaaar drunk aegyo scenes, Please!!!!

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Wait, so Soo Hyuk's sisters were just Mimo's imagination? My stream was lagging so I thought that scene was real and sooooo ridiculous. Hehe.

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Dajung and Geum Tak = so cute, it makes me giddy when I rewatch their scenes, and the "I See" scene was just so perfect and their iloveyous were so adorable. Progress!

And, I kind of understand Sung Jae's reasoning for giving Poppo away because I've been in that situation (but with cats!), still he could've been just honest with her from the start.

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I loved the cuteness!!! they are amazing together. I just love the whole cast, except the doctor!!! I can´t help it

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The kind of endearing aegyo (and not the usual cringy type) is so strong with the OTP. I love that both Nara and Kyung Ho really commit in their drunk scenes. It wouldn't be as hilarious and cute if they didn't.

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Not usually a fan of real couples in drama but I would soooooo love Kyungho and sooyoung in one. 2 sexy people!

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Seeing what great antagonistic chemistry JNR has with the ex-husband actor makes me mad that we wasted SO MUCH TIME on Hae Joon and Yeon Soo. Those two characters are so pointless! We could have had adorable shenanigans and instead we got... that?!

Loving Geun Hak and Da Jung. I'm so glad Geun Hak isn't a terrible person because after Angry Mom I was so put off by the actor's face... he's redeeming that face in this drama. Tbh even though I love JNR and JKH, I wish the drama had focused on these two instead. It's a much deeper issue.

smh this show should not be pushing California almonds, we do not have the water to be growing all these damn almonds!

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With finale week left, I hope this OMHE stays cute and fun till the end. No more tears and angst.

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With finale week left, I hope this OMHE stays cute and fun till the end. No more tears and angst

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How sweet!!!

Aw, I just knew Jung Kyung-ho and Jang Nara would become a memorable pairing for me, even if the drama itself wasn't perfect. But it's episodes like this that remind me that the writer has a hand in making Soo-hyuk and Mi-mo as lovely as they are. Some of the characterizations in this show are really great (I'm looking at you, Min-woo) and I'll probably look for this writer in the future.

It's nice to have a drama that gets its angst over with BEFORE the couple gets together :) Marriage, Not Dating did this too and then we got to enjoy 4 lovely final episodes of romantic bliss as the leads work through their relationship. Hopefully this show follows suit and doesn't disappoint in ep 15 and 16!

Despite OMHE's flaws, I really do think its coming to an end on a high point elevates my ultimate enjoyment of it. It's just a bummer that our second lead couldn't be better-casted or better-written because that would have made the middle portion of the drama much less annoying. Mi-mo and Sung-jae just proved that you can have chemistry between two characters without it threatening the lead's loveline, so it's shame that they couldn't actually cultivate a likable relationship between Mi-mo and Tae-joon. That said, I can only think of 1 week when I really felt like the drama is dragging. So for me, this has been a pretty satisfying watch :)

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I really appreciate this show and really hope it ends on a high note for us! I'm getting busier and busier...not hardly enough time to watch my lovely ones! But I'm in this for the long haul so yay! Let's finish our last lap with aplomb! Hwaiting!

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Aww. Father-son duo are adorably sweet ♡♡

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Totally agree! Where to find such a great day that share an ice-cream wit u? On the bed somemore! ?

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Yeah, but ice cream in winter?? Lol. But they're super cute.

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♡♡♡♡♡

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It hurt me a little when his son asked her not to hurt his father, That was so sweet. I love this child actor. I hope to watch his growing career as an actor

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It hurt me a little when his son asked her not to hurt his father, That was so sweet. I love this child actor. I hope to watch his growing career as an actor..

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