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After their break-up, Se-ah's convinced that women including herself can do without men. In order to get pregnant, she begins to blackmail Gi-tae into giving her his sperm. Hoon-dong once dated Jang-mi but broke her heart and even accused her of being a stalker. But when she gets over him, he regrets his actions and begins pursuing her again.
Hyun-hee develops real feelings for Hoon-dong after their one-night stand. Supporting characters[ edit ] Kim Hae-sook as Shin Bong-hyang, Gi-tae's mother Seemingly cold and aloof, she's obsessed with marrying off her son Gi-tae, but he constantly thwarts her schemes.
Kim Kap-soo as Gong Soo-hwan, Gi-tae's father A doctor who's cheating on his wife with a younger mistress. Im Ye-jin as Na So-nyeo, Jang-mi's mother She and her husband run a chicken and soju restaurant, and are constantly bickering.
Park Jun-gyu as Joo Kyung-pyo, Jang-mi's father He and his wife are so happy and excited to have a future doctor son-in-law, that Jang-mi is unable to tell her parents the real score between her and Gi-tae. Park Hee-jin as Gong Mi-jung She gets bribed by her sister-in-law Bong-hyang into tailing Gi-tae and Jang-mi, hoping to find proof that their relationship is fake.
She says sadly that their bet is over since her parents will never see eye-to-eye, but Ki-tae still has hope. Jang-mi climbs into bed with her mom and promises to be her life partner and never leave her.
They commiserate over how hard it is to be around women who have to talk everything out, while men just get each other without speaking. Go talk to your wife. Grandma says she has something to confess and asks if Mom remembers when she left home with Ki-tae.
She tells Mom that Ki-tae thinks of those as his happiest days, but Mom remembers them as lazy days. Mom cries tears of relief, and asks what Grandma will do without her. The only concern is that she will lose that breast, but Ki-tae tells Jang-mi not to worry, since he knows a great doctor. She sighs at all the other ladies who have husbands, boyfriends, and sons to support them, but pretends disinterest when her own husband shows up.
Dad asks haltingly if he can stay with her, but Mom is stubborn and tries to give the bankbook back. Jang-mi and Ki-tae watch from outside the room, and Jang-mi cries a few tears and notes that the reunion befits her parents. Ki-tae wonders if he should start proposing now that the bet results are in, but Jang-mi stops him again.
She asks Ki-tae to wait, but he rightly says if they wait until all the drama is over, it will never happen. He teases her out of her grump, but in voiceover Jang-mi says that back then, they never expected the worst life-twist that was ahead for their wedding. When he asks for congratulations, Mom says he ought to congratulate her, so he starts in with the lip service of how he owes it all to her.
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He thanks her and she asks for something in return… a divorce. He turns to Grandma for support, but Grandma tells him to give her the divorce.
Mom asks for the house, and invites Grandma and Mi-jung to live with her not as in-laws, but as friends. The women are as touched as Dad is horrified, and they all hug again leaving Dad out in the cold.
A few months later, a now-showing Hyun-hee watches a new chef cook in their restaurant, and Yeo-reum tells Jang-mi that this is his replacement. He offers to sell her his recipes and bids her farewell, and in voiceover she says that this goodbye was the beginning of the wedding trouble. She tells Dad to take responsibility for his love, and find fulfillment.
Ki-tae and Jang-mi enjoy a candlelit bubble bath together the night before their wedding. Jang-mi tells Ki-tae he looked like a wet rat the first time she saw him from his date that threw water on himbut agrees that he looked so sexy that she threw the juice on him later just to see him all wet and sexy again. They reminisce over all the key points of their relationship, teasing and joking adorably. Jang-mi says she likes the small tub, and they canoodle as she says in voiceover that at that point, they still trusted each other.
Jang-mi argues that the forecast predicted it would clear up, and the bride gets her way so the umbrellas come down. Yeo-reum approaches them and grabs Ki-tae in a bear-hug when Ki-tae pouts that he only greeted Jang-mi. Yeo-reum escorts Jang-mi to her waiting room, and Ki-tae overhears him say something about wiring money and gets suspicious.
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Se-ah comes to congratulate Jang-mi, who jokes that her mother loves her new breast but her dad loves it more, hee. Ki-tae greets the wedding guests and gets glomped by an overly-enthusiastic Hoon-dong, cute where he and his mother are grilled by the female family members over her divorce and his not inviting his father.
Dad shows up and Mom admits to having invited him, but Hyun-hee comes to get Ki-tae before he can address any of this. They and every single wedding guest look to where Se-ah is sitting, looking very cuddly with the 3D technology sales rep on her arm.
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All of the wedding guests run for cover, leaving Ki-tae and Jang-mi to stand in the rain at the altar all alone. Jang-mi says in voiceover that in life, the worst things happen during the best times, but you can get through life because the best things also come with the worst. Soaked and deserted by family and friends, Ki-tae and Jang-mi just look at each other and begin to laugh.