How do you get your meddlesome family off your back? If you’re Gong Gi Tae (Yeon Woo Jin), you give your family what you know they would never accept. Gi Tae is a confirmed bachelor who has no interest in getting married, but he faces tremendous pressure from his family to settle down. To get them off his back, Gi Tae brings Joo Jang Mi (Han Groo) and introduces her as his future wife, knowing full well that his family would never accept her. Can Gi Tae and Jang Mi pull off their ruse or will they get more than they bargained for with their deception? “Marriage, Not Dating” is a 7569 South Korean drama series directed by Song Hyun Sook. Meet the community members dedicated to bringing you the subtitles for this channel. Please encourage them by leaving a comment below!
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Arabic, German, Greek, English, Spanish, French, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Thai, Tagalog, Turkish, Vietnamese and 88 more languages There s no more hiding now that everyone knows the engagement was a sham – but rather than putting the issue to rest, the revelation only kicks off more hurt and misunderstandings than it solves. The fallout is so much worse than Jang-mi and Ki-tae feared, and they don t even have each other to lean on this time. Looks like some more teamwork may be required to patch up their broken families, and more importantly, their own hearts. At a lovely outdoor party, Ki-tae follows Jang-mi as she walks away from him, but she stops when he calls her name. They stand for a long moment, faltering every time they try to speak. Finally Ki-tae tells Jang-mi to go first, and braces himself expectantly for her words We go back to Ki-tae s hijacked proposal as Se-ah tells him that she told his mother all about the fake engagement. She says it was the only way to stop him, and says, “Let s turn back time. ” She asks why he didn t tell her three years ago why he wanted to be alone and hated marriage. Ki-tae argues that she agreed that marriage was burdensome, but Se-ah says it was only to protect herself so that she could stay near him, if only as friends. She says he can tell her now and she ll comfort him, but Ki-tae just sighs in frustration. Se-ah tries one last time, and steps into the tea-candle heart with him, saying, “Let s get married. ”Ki-tae just laughs scornfully, and says that things were good when there was distance between them. Se-ah says she has feelings too but Ki-tae counters that she can t just do whatever she wants. Se-ah finally breaks and cries that she told his mother because no matter what she did, all he thinks about is Jang-mi. Ki-tae whispers that he never wants to see her again, so she leaves, humiliated. On the street, Jang-mi finally breaks free from Yeo-reum s hug to see Ki-tae s mother staring at them in horror.
Mom whirls and walks away, and Jang-mi accuses Yeo-reum of doing that on purpose. He doesn t deny it and when she demands to know why, he simply says, “I like you. ”Ki-tae calls Jang-mi, who just sadly apologizes for ruining everything. She blames herself for his mother finding out, but Ki-tae says it s not her fault and asks if they can talk in person. She says she can t face him now and they ll talk later, and Ki-tae runs out of his house. Jang-mi finds Dad at the restaurant and says she wants to talk to her parents about Ki-tae, but he says Mom went to her future in-laws house. Yikes. Jang-mi runs out on Dad mid-sentence, just before Ki-tae shows up looking for her. Dad can tell something is off and asks if they fought, and tells Ki-tae that her mom was heading to his house with a gift. Ki-tae quickly heads over there. Jang-mi s mom delivers a wedding gift of blankets to Ki-tae s family, where Grandma and Aunt Mi-jung actually look pleased to see her. Ki-tae s mom comes to talk to her, the ice queen firmly back on her throne, and says she feels sorry for Jang-mi s mom. Jang-mi arrives in time to be blasted herself, and her mom asks what she did wrong. Ki-tae s mom asks Jang-mi if she wants her to tell, or if she d rather tell it herself. Jang-mi s mom is offended at being treated so badly when the wedding date is set, but Ki-tae s mother says there will be no wedding. She announces that Ki-tae and Jang-mi s engagement was never real, that they faked it to make her give up on Ki-tae s getting married.
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Jang-mi s mom is shocked, thinking Ki-tae would never do something like that, and tells Jang-mi to set them straight. Wordlessly, Jang-mi only drops to her knees in apology and begins to cry. Her mother finally accepts the truth and asks why, but before Jang-mi can speak, Grandma comes to her defense, and says that she knows it was an act but it was never malicious. Ki-tae s mom is upset to hear that Grandma knew, and says it must have been fun to watch her start to care for Jang-mi. Grandma points out that Jang-mi always treated Ki-tae s mom well, but she s too upset to hear it, when she herself saw Jang-mi with another man. THIS is news to everyone, and Jang-mi s mom s legs give out as she asks if it s true Jang-mi has another man. Tears pour down Jang-mi s face and she can only say over and over, “I m sorry. I m so sorry. ”Ki-tae s mom calls Jang-mi a pro at fooling people, which is one too many insults for her mother, and she grabs her daughter to leave. She carries the gift blankets with Jang-mi trailing behind her like a naughty child, until they run into Ki-tae. Mom screams at him for calling her “Mother, ” and tells him never to go near Jang-mi again. He tries to explain, but both women leave him standing in the street helpless. When Ki-tae gets home, Grandma tells him to just kneel and beg, but he ignores her and demands to know what his mother did to Jang-mi s mom. When his mom accuses him of acting, he tells her that he truly likes Jang-mi, but she just thinks he s been fooled by her too. He insists that Yeo-reum is just a fling, and says that he doesn t get why it matters when there s a two-timer living right in this house. Whoa, that s brave.
Mom slaps him hard, and tells him to get out. She tells him not to get married, and to live alone forever – she doesn t care anymore. Jang-mi s mother lies in bed crying as her father yells at Jang-mi, angry at how Ki-tae drank with him and acted like a good son-in-law. Ki-tae stands outside the closed chicken shop and calls Jang-mi, but her father answers to yell at him for playing around with his daughter. Ki-tae offers to come talk but Dad says he doesn t want him in his house, and yells that he s coming there to beat Ki-tae black and blue. Dad throws down her phone and picks up a baseball bat, but Jang-mi takes the blame for continuing the charade and stops him with a backhug. She cries that she did it because he and Mom loved Ki-tae so much, and they got along so well when they were happy about the wedding. She had never seen them like that and she wanted it to go on as long as possible. This deflates Dad s anger, and he drops the bat to hug his baby girl. ~sniffle~Hoon-dong takes Hyun-hee to the doctor to get an abortion and lets her go in alone, though he s clearly conflicted. Hyun-hee hears the baby s heartbeat for the first time, while Hoon-dong gets more nervous, and finally starts to bolt. Just then, Hyun-hee asks to have the volume turned up, and Hoon-dong stops in amazement to hear the heartbeat of his child. Hoon-dong grabs Hyun-hee, dragging her out to the lobby. 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. He makes his choice, and this time Hoon-dong s mom kicks him out in his eagle boxers – even sonogram pictures of the baby can t soften her heart. She says she won t talk to him until he gets a paternity test, but he yells that it s his baby and he s marrying Hyun-hee. At least this time he was prepared, and Hyun-hee is standing by with some clothes, ha. Jang-mi and her dad gape as Mom makes a family breakfast, which seems awfully nice of her until she snaps at them when they try to talk to her. Jang-mi apologizes and says it s all her fault, but Mom tells her to hush, that she was right and it s her parents fault. She agrees that they were bad parents, and says she wants to split up. She pulls out her pre-prepared divorce papers, but this time it s no bluff, as she stamps them and hands them to Dad. At the restaurant, Yeo-reum tells Hoon-dong that he s quitting because he wants to earn more money, but Hoon-dong tells him to just ask for a raise. Yeo-reum cryptically says he also doesn t want to work around someone who makes him uncomfortable, and leaves despite Hoon-dong s protests. Hoon-dong yells that he can t quit because he s fired, but his mother walks in right then to tell Hoon-dong that he s fired if he insists on marrying Hyun-hee. He s not the only one, and Jang-mi is also fired for fighting with a customer (Jang-mi: “But it was only one time ”). She mopes into the store to find Hoon-dong there with everyone in a good mood. Hyun-hee announces that she s quitting to get married, and Jang-mi pastes on a smile long enough to congratulate them. He finds Jang-mi outside and sits with her, assuming she s upset because she used to want to marry him.
She tells him she s crying because everyone found out about her and Ki-tae, and he guesses Ki-tae must be really upset, since he likes her. Jang-mi says she knows he doesn t, since he treats her badly, but Hoon-dong says he s just like a kid who torments the girl he likes. Jang-mi starts crying harder to know that Ki-tae likes her, and hits Hoon-dong for telling her and making it harder go get over him.