Red flags for dating violence
The problem with filling your day with trying to forget the person you love…
is that you spend all day thinking about the person you love.
What OST plays for maximum dramatic effect, Jang-mi and Ki-tae fight violently—they scream at the top of their lungs and shove each other around.
Jang-mi starts to cower in fear and takes off in a run, and Ki-tae chases after her to yank her back and yell at her some more.
I hate the fake-out cold opens (ones where the actual footage is a lie, not just the interpretation), but in this case, I hope this was an exaggerated one.
Rewind to Hoon-dong and Hyun-hee’s wedding day: The couple takes off to a round of cheers, and Ki-tae scans the wedding party still looking for Jang-mi.
She doesn’t answer his calls because she threw her phone in the river, and she runs around trying to find him, wishing she hadn’t been so rash. Yeo-reum is the first to find her, and he thinks back to the other night when Jang-mi presented him with an envelope of money.
She tells him to repay Ki-tae’s loan with it, which he refuses to do.
She’s shocked to discover that he’s covered in patches and realizes he’s been doing manual labor at a construction site to make ends meet, and insists he take the money.
She apologizes for dreaming an impossible dream and hurting everyone around her, including Yeo-reum.
He chases after her to give the money back, and they pass it back and forth a zillion times, arguing about who’s better off: “At least I have youth! Listen to your noona.” “Noona, do you have that much money?Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating