No matter how inmmature or a big liar (even though it was for the good of winning the affection of his wife), Marco has that endearing charisma that draws you in. His endless stream of bananas, use of the “killer” quote, constant kneeling, his inaccurate Korean, etc are all very interesting. Part 2 of Marco’s romantic date with Dambi continues in this episode. And it looks lovely.
Counting down already? The JoongBo couple had been foreshadowing their split in the last episode. This time, they continue their competitive streak against each other at the ice skating ring with their own Winter Olympics.
Maybe Hyung Don despite being the “lightbulb” in the Ant family, has some good left in him as In Young changes for the better? Surprise, surprise as Seo In Young the witch prepares a surprise for her Seobang, Crown J.
As much as I found the Hwanyobi couple interesting, that was until they moved into the Hanok (korean traditional house) last week. It was quite bland the last time round so hopefully it would be better this week. The food looks good.
I gotta hold my hands up and admit I was prejudiced towards the new couples initially. I had been shunning their segments since they appeared and I agreed I have not been fair to them. But it was just the PD’s fault frankly for making me feel that way. Regardless, I decided to give them a go and managed to catch up watching everything that I missed and it wasn’t too bad actually. Even the family idea, putting Hyung Don into the Ant family, I could stomach that as well.
I still like We Got Married I have to admit, it’s just different.