Mad For Each Other Episode 12 Recap “Love That Didn’t Hurt Too Much”

It took until the last episodes of series two for the relationship to transition from friends to lovers. Herb does not make a single appearance in Season 11. In the episode “Cab Fare and a Bottle of Pencillin”, it is implied that he and Judith have separated for a third time and have possibly divorced, as he is nowhere to be seen at his and Judith’s house. He returns in season 12 when Walden invites him, Barry and Larry over to celebrate that he and Alan will be adopting a child. He is there with Walden and Alan when the birth mother goes into labor and decides to stay with them because he wanted to be there to support them.

I would have loved to see Hyun-hee find out that after the wedding and house that Hoon-dong would be left penniless. She would have dropped his broke ass in a second! If that doesn’t SCREAM out her interest in getting a loaded baby daddy, I don’t know what does.

And Heo Jung-min (All About My Romance) plays the last friend in the group, who doesn’t have a character description yet. Han Groo stars as a woman who wants nothing more than to be married, and Yeon Woo-jin is a man who wants nothing more than to avoid marriage. He’s naturally being pressured by his parents, and in the teaser below, he hires a girl to bring home to make Dad flip his lid and Mom clutch her pearls. She proposes that they get married but Gi Tae just scoffs. He wishes that they didn’t have to see each other at their worst but Se Ah throws back that she threw away her pride and everything for him. Gi Tae asks if she really had to go this far.

On Valentine’s Day, Walden and Kate meet up and sleep together. When they realize they cannot get back together due to conflicting schedules, the couple agree to see other people. Gi Tae’s mom finally says that she can’t go through with this marriage; she won’t have it. She tells mom that Gi Tae put on a show because he didn’t want to get married. Jang Mi’s mom doesn’t believe it and asks Jang Mi to say something. Jang Mi gets down on her knees and apologizes.

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Dad tries to calm her down and she rounds on him, calling him the worst of the family. She asks what he’s been doing while Mom sacrifices herself, and the looks of discomfort around the table hint that Ki-tae isn’t the only one who knows of Dad’s infidelities. Jang-mi starts to say that she saw him with a woman but Mom stops her, and pulls her aside. There’s no answer when she knocks, so Jang-mi lets herself in and creeeeps through the apartment, Ki-tae’s admonishment of her boundary-crossing echoing in her head. She calls out that she’s sorry, but she was worried because she once almost died alone at home when she was five, which explains her fear of being alone.

I actually think Yeo-Reum’s weird smiling is exactly that, weird. His character should be this flower boy/ knight shining in armor 2nd lead we’re used to except he’s a bit shady and the oddness of him always smiling make one unnerve so I rather think it’s on purpose. Agree – sometimes the facial expressions etc are as much a part of the scenes as the dialogue. I think this is only like the 2nd drama out of hundreds that I have gone back and rewatched almost the entire show. Yeo-Reum is just a chilled – laid back character.

I just really admire han groo in every way possible and i wish her great success for her future. Very rarely do I love a series all the way through but this definitely ranks up there as a show that’s perfect to binge-watch on a rainy day. Such a big fan of both leads and it was so refreshing to see a mother-in-law who was not pure evil just to supply a drama with a stock villain. What a fitting end to a wonderful, hilarious, and heartfelt show. It had it’s missteps here and there, but, all in all, it did everything I wanted it to and then some. As of now, it’s my favorite rom-com of 2014.


Mainly because you’re watching the characters learn and grow (up), and the love simultaneously blooms over time alongside the individuals. What I love about a slow burn romance is that the leads get to truly and deeply KNOW each other before discovering that they are in love. She plays a major role in the season 11 episode “Cab Fare and a Bottle of Penicillin”, when Alan shows up at her house just to talk about old times and they end up engaged after a night of drinking. Angered by this, she kicks Alan in the groin. It is unknown if she and Herb have officially divorced or are just separated.

He reminds her of her words at the temple, that she wanted to keep the baby. Hyun-hee admits she didn’t want an abortion, but that she heard that having a conflicted father listen to the baby’s heartbeat could get him to change his mind. Hoon-dong says it’s not like her to do something like that, but she says that actually, it is. She confesses that she did whatever she could to keep him, but tells him it’s his choice what to do now. Hoon-dong takes Hyun-hee to the doctor to get an abortion and lets her go in alone, though he’s clearly conflicted.

So far, this is one of the few dramas I’ve watched that managed to draw me in from the start to the end. Usually, I get bored half way through and find myself FF all the annoying and useless bits. But I thoroughly enjoyed each and every episode of this one! Even the ones with Se-ah and Yeo-reum cockblocking the leads.

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It is three weeks before episode one airs but still no legal stream for US viewers has been announced. I am assuming (maybe foolishly) that it will appear on Viki US as did 1and 2. I have read Spirit Fingers and I can say the casting is spot on. I love the webtoon and was waiting a long time for a drama version of it. So I am def looking forward to this show despite it being cast by newbies. Do you think its a case of nothing new under the sun.

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Jang-mi arrives at home to find the house in a shambles and her parents screaming at each other over who gets the house and chicken shop. Finally Mom says she’ll just get it out of Dad in alimony, and takes her suitcase and leaves. Jang-mi pleads with Dad to stop her, but he says he’ll be staying at the restaurant and also goes.

Ki-tae didn’t even invite him to the wedding. Mom shakes him off, saying that’s what Ki-tae wanted, but turns back to throw him a pity invite. Jang-mi asks if he doesn’t have something for her like oh, maybe a ring, and when he shrugs she commands him to take the whole thing back. They can’t do even the most romantic things without fighting. 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.