Jang-mi ignores Ki-tae’s calls and finally asks Yeo-reum where they’re going.He just tells her they’re going far away, since they promised to run away together.Ki-tae keeps calling Jang-mi frantically, and Se-ah comments meekly that she really did want to help this time.
Jang-mi narrates: “The six of us will spend the night in a faraway place.
When the day is over, all six of us will have kissed someone.
Through that kiss, some will confirm their love, and some will be hurt.” She ends her foreshadowing voiceover by saying that it’s a common occurrence on a summer vacation, aka Han Yeo-reum’s vacation.
Rewind to Jang-mi the runaway bride, as she escapes the bridal shopping day from hell and leaves Ki-tae standing in the street calling her name.
Jang-mi’s mom gives Se-ah the once-over and asks suspiciously who she is, and Ki-tae’s mom has no qualms about calling her his ex-fiancée.
Jang-mi’s mom huffs that she gets now why her daughter was so reluctant to agree to this wedding, and says she’ll have to rethink things too.Ki-tae’s mom looks pretty satisfied with the outcome.One overnight trip sends everyone’s relationship status into turmoil, which shouldn’t really be a surprise given how many ulterior motives are floating around in this love hexagon.I’d say the true miracle is that they even last 24 hours without coming to blows.You’ll be amazed at how many shirts come off and how many kisses are stolen before anyone starts to wonder what the heck is real and what isn’t.Perhaps when you get so good at fake love, you stop being able to recognize the real deal.