Episode 15 of Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) Season 2 begins at the theatre. There’s a tense atmosphere as Yu-Shin arrives, noticing Seo-Ban and Pi-Young together. They exchange greetings and make their way to their seats.
It just so happens that Pi-Young and Seo-Ban are sat next to each other but Yu-Shin believes they’re on a date. It’s not helped by A-Mi of course, who continues to stir things up. While she does, Yu-Shin reflects on better times with his ex wife.
On the back of A-Mi’s trickery, Yu-Shin marches over to Pi-Young’s house the following day. He demands the the truth from his ex wife. He claims she’s been playing him like a fiddle and believes she wanted to divorce so she could date Seo-Ban. Oh mate, you really are delusional.
Anyway, Pi-Young is surprisingly calm in the wake of all this, even when Yu-Shin threatens to take Ji-A away. Granted, she does slap him in the face for his comments, but it’s enough to snap Yu-Shin out of his mood. Eventually he does calm down and apologize.
Meanwhile, Hye-Ryung opens up on-air and discusses her marriage and how it all fell apart. Tears flow freely as she laments the path her life has taken. Of course, there is a hint of poignancy here but at the same time, Hye-Ryung is playing a long game and intentionally trying to besmirch Sa-Hyun.
Well, Sa-Hyun and Song-Won are too busy playing happy families to worry too much about that. Sa-Hyun believes he’s been truly blessed with this child. He claims he doesn’t feel one ounce of guilt regarding Hye-Ryung and goes on to mention how his job is absolutely fine.
Anyway, at work the group decide to go out for a team meal, courtesy of Seo-Ban. They haven’t done it in a while and it’s a good chance to catch up. All three leading ladies arrive first and Hye-Ryung immediately drops the bombshell that she likes Seo Ban. That obviously doesn’t sit well with Pi-Young given how they’ve been getting on. Is there a love triangle on the cards?
As the meal ends and Pi-Young heads back to spend time with Ji-A, they go out to the swimming pool together. Only, Seo-Ban is there and Ji-A is encouraged to greet him properly, bowing to her elder. When she leaves, coincidently at the same time as Seo-Ban, Yu-Shin decides to stalk the trio and follows in his own car from afar.
As the three of them head out for food, Yu-Shin seethes with anger. Things continue to go wrong for Yu-Shin back home when he notices A-Mi’s crocodile tears on account of Dong-Mi and A-Mi falling out. With bruises over Dong-Mi’s wrists and face, it’s clear a big old fight took place…off screen. Thanks writers, it would have been nice to see that!
Anyway, a week passes and Dong-Mi heads up to see Pi-Young. She pleads with her for help in taking out A-Mi. She’s worried that the girl will inherent all the money. For now, Pi-Young remains indifferent.
In the middle of all this is a subplot involving Ga-Bin heading out to Spain to pay her respects to her parents. Only, Dong-Ma is there with her and eventually asks her to marry him. This throws a big spanner in the works as the episode comes to a close.
The Episode Review
There’s no way this is ending in one episode right? Nothing is being wrapped up and all the different stories are progressing forward with a possible custody battle over Ji-A on the table.
I wouldn’t put it past Yu-Shin to do this, given his despicable attitude toward this marriage. Given he’s the one to blame for everything going on, it’s a bit rich of him to assume Pi-Young shouldn’t date someone she knows. Why not?
I mean, from personal experience when me and my wife broke up I ended up dating my best friend. My ex wife ended up dating her best friend’s brother (small world!) and we’re all happy – and so are the kids. It can happen in harmony and this pettiness that Yu-Shin is exhibiting has simply derived from the fact he wants to have his cake and eat it. Well, life doesn’t work like that!
Meanwhile, Hye-Ryung continues to play the long game while the hilarious cat fight between Dong-Mi and A-Mi sees an exasperated Yu-Shin stuck in the middle between them. If there’s one gripe here, it would have been nice to see their fight on-screen.
Maybe we’ll see flashbacks in the finale but at a guess, I’d imagine Dong-Mi’s bruises are self-inflicted and she just wants to get rid of the girl. Either way, it sets things up nicely.
With everything left wide open for the finale, how will season 2 end? Or will we be left with an almighty cliffhanger? We’ll have to wait and see!
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