Boksu and his moody mom play Badminton - he is trying to hard to cheer her up! She still calls him jerk and walks off. He follows her and she tells him to just get married: everybody is against her. So there's no need to flatter her. She's okay, really. Seeing him try so hard makes her even sadder. They go for chicken and beer and talk some more about Dooly. Omma gets a little drunk. She's cute ... She has deeeeep regrets over not buying him a bicycle when he was little - and when everybody else had one. It's a very sad scene, coated in a funny crust. A mother that feels nostalgic about "losing" her son? I can related to that. Even if I don't have a son.
After some more crying from his mother and raging from hers (her father says it's a good thing that she wants to marry for love - not caring about status or anything else), they exchange vows of love over the phone. Sure, they're troubled by their mothers and their difficulties in coming to terms with this marriage - but love conquers all, doesn't it?
Conveniently for the story (i.e. Giha and Sad Wife), Sad Wife, the kind soul, takes over one of Dooly's duties (the making of a catalogue) so that Dooly can spend all her energy on the wedding preparations. She spends it on being in love, as well. Who can blame her.It's morning. Her parents sit around in their silken pajamas, reading the newspaper and practising some happiness-coach song. Her father says she should get ready since Mi-jin's man is coming tonight. She says she won't be here in the evening since she doesn't want to meet him at all. Dooly knows this, of course - so she got Boksu to come early. Oh my ... this is going to be epic. You think they won't be ready, Boksu? Yes, you're right.
Bad MIL isn't well ... she is getting an infusion. Why? For being evil? Ah, no, just "being weak" because she's so upset over her Doctor Son. Duh.
Sad Wife gets sadder by the minute. Her and Mr. Doctor (that's NOT Doctor's Son, people!) have a talk - he apologizes for not telling her about the nurse-that-ran before they got married. Why did he marry her? His answer: because he thought she'd do everything well. And most importantly, his mother liked her. Foook you, man. I hope she gets that steamy affair!
Good! Keep it up!