Nam Se-Hee is a single man in his early 30s. He has chosen to not marry. He owns his home, but he owes a lot on his mortgage. Yoon Ji-Ho is a single woman in her early 30s. She does not own a home and envies those that do. She has given up on dating due to her financial struggles. Yoon Ji-Ho begins to live at Nam Se-Hee’s house. They become housemates.
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Se Hee runs into Jung Min. When Ji Ho meets Jung Min the next day, she asks about her past. Se Hee comes to realize that he is only worried about Ji Ho and that he has gotten over Jung Min. Meanwhile, Soo Ji takes Sang Goo’s advice and confronts his abusive colleague.
The episode was rated 7.60 from 30 votes.
Se Hee accepts Ji Ho’s suggestion to terminate the contract. Won Seok and Bo Mi go to a restaurant together and run into Ho Rang. Trying to ease the pain, Se Hee drinks until he passes out.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 34 votes.
Se Hee saves Ji Ho from Bok Nam. When the two get back home together, they have an honest talk. Ji Ho, Soo Ji, and Ho Rang go to a get-together between school friends.
The episode was rated 8.07 from 30 votes.
Bok Nam helps Ji Ho get a job at the café he works at. Even though Ji Ho tells him that she’s married, he keeps coming onto her. When Se Hee sees the two together, he becomes jealous without even realizing. Meanwhile, Ho Rang comes up with a plan to make Won Seok a husband material.
The episode was rated 8.09 from 32 votes.
Ji Ho starts developing feelings toward Se Hee and feels happiness from being able to see him every day. However, it does not last long as Se Hee’s mother pays a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Sang Goo cannot resist Soo Ji.
The episode was rated 8.17 from 30 votes.
Se Hee and Ji Ho decide to get married, so naturally, Ji Ho introduces her boyfriend to her family. Se Hee must impress Ji Ho’s patriarchal father in order to get his approval. Meanwhile, Won Seok tries to make up with Ho Rang by getting her the sofa she wanted.
The episode was rated 8.17 from 35 votes.
When Ji Ho gets proposed by Se Hee, she becomes confused as she doesn’t know what his intentions are. Sang Goo reunites with Soo Ji, but Soo Ji has no recollection of what happened before.
The episode was rated 8.19 from 36 votes.
After the wedding, Ji Ho feels like she and Se Hee have gotten closer. Won Seok and Ho Rang run into each other at the wedding. Meanwhile, Sang Goo gives Soo Ji a piece of his mind when he sees her being mistreated.
The episode was rated 8.21 from 33 votes.
It’s Ji Ho’s 30th birthday and the worst day of her life at the same time. She becomes homeless overnight as her roommate younger brother wants her pregnant girlfriend to move in. Meanwhile, Se Hee is looking for a new housemate who can follow a certain set of rules.
The episode was rated 8.24 from 38 votes.
After their first kiss, Ji Ho and Se Hee come back home and say goodnight in front of each other’s bedrooms before going to sleep. For the first time in her life, Ji Ho feels a strong desire lurking inside her. Won Seok feels like something is off between him and Ho Rang. Meanwhile, Se Hee and Ji Ho go on their first date.
The episode was rated 8.29 from 34 votes.
Last updated: dec 30, 2022
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