Dating as an institution is a relatively recent phenomenon which has mainly emerged in the last few centuries.
From the standpoint of anthropology and sociology, dating is linked with other institutions such as marriage and the family which have also been changing rapidly and which have been subject to many forces, including advances in technology and medicine.
Although having a weekly date may seem like a no-brainer, many couples’ good intentions quickly get put off to some future time, when life is not so busy or there’s more money.
Pretty soon the kids are grown and couples find they’ve grown apart. It doesn’t have to always be on the same night, but it’s helpful to pencil in one night each week on your calendars; you can always change the night if a conflict comes up.
The rest of this was just repetitive break up and make up cycles that started becoming annoying to watch. It is pretty boring if the writer had not wrapped it in comedy.
I can't stand watching this drama, cannot even finish the first episode. Han Groo and Woo Jin really hit it well..are so funny.
This drama would've been beautiful, I just don't believe in left -overs know about it too, the girl's situation she was his best friend girlfriend & to know how he dumped her (this drama was a charity event?? I am glad he didn't have love pain in my Shy Boss drama. An irresponsible person as she seems like to be kissed by anyone Gi Tae and Yeo Rum. Love this Kdrama so much, i had never see KDrama before, this drama very good, nice story, romantic, comedy and will not bored to watch it, even you watch for the second, third, and so on....still missing the act for all the actor and actress bravo for Ki- Tea and Jang mi......wait for season 2........... The story is amazing and has it all: romance, comedy, family, friendship.. I still prefer Hoon Dong even though at the beginning he was bad and sucks.. youre my next actor-bias ♡♡ This drama was, from beginning to end, hilarious! The conflict wasn't too serious, so it was really just a romantic comedy. This is definitely a great drama to watch if you want to take a break from all the serious dramas. Others may not appreciate him but he's such a natural comedian. If Jang Mi is to put him and Ki Tae on a scale to choose the best, she'll still not find the difference. It was total fun watching it...never expected to enjoy so much.
To make his family give up, he introduces a woman, Joo Jang-Mi (Han Groo), to them that they would never accept. I understand the mother part, but the rest of this drama us for the birds. She can leave her work or just take leave to attend personal matter. I do not feel sorry for her when she was fired as she has not taken her work seriously bit too engrossed to get involved in a relationship. Overall, I continue to watch because of Gi Tae who keeps the drama alive. every ep has its own charm so you won't be bored ... one of the best rom-com drama ever, made me laughed in all of episodes and the loveline also quite strong, plus i really the lead cast acting, so natural and expressive but not overact, especially yeon woo jin! Personally, I had infinite cringes with this dramas as it is way too makjang and I thought some of the reasoning was just bad. I even love the character of Lee hoon dong who made lot of crazy things. He is the soulmate of Jang Mi...spearheaded a business so that Jang Mi can hold her head high...Go to a public place (a train station, airport lobby, downtown gathering place) and people watch. If you like, discuss your deepest spiritual beliefs afterwards. Traditionally, parents fill their children’s shoes with treats on St. Try walking in your spouse’s shoes for an evening – perhaps more of a challenge for the husband.Make up stories about the people who pass you, as if you’re writing a novel. Try to understand life from your spouse’s perspective. Find a book you both enjoy and take turns reading to each other, or each of you can read your own book in each other’s company. Lay out a blanket and have an indoor picnic – or at least some popcorn.These people will have dates on a regular basis, and they may or may not be having sexual relations.
This period of courtship is sometimes seen as a precursor to engagement or marriage.
“I like everyone to meet each other and be friends and stuff,” he explains.