Not that I’m complaining or looking a gift horse in the mouth, but didn’t Marry Him If You Dare say that the leading lady Mi Rae had a choice about which of the two leading men she would choose to marry? I mean, that’s the entire premise of the drama, not to mention the sole purpose for future Mi Rae to time travel back to mess with space and time. But with one set of OTP stills after another, this drama is starting to resemble a more traditional rom-com with the main couple only having eyes for each other and everyone else can take a seat to the left. Turns out the wet staring contest stills between Shin and Mi Rae a few days ago was the aftermath of what looks like a subway fire incident, as seen in these new stills. Shin and Mi Rae end up in the subway when a fire breaks out (I’m assuming intentionally by a perp), and it gives Mi Rae every excuse to burrow into Shin’s arms. But she’s no wilting wallflower, and another still shows her heading towards the fire likely wanting to douse the flames. All of this leads to the earlier stills where they are both all wet and looking at each other warmly. I may not think Mi Rae will ever like Se Joo the way she likes Shin, I was still hoping for there to be some competition just to spice up the joint. At this rate, Shin will have already done a lap before Se Joo finishes tying his shoelaces. Lucky for him, all signs point to Yoo Kyung being the girl who ends up winning his heart. I love that Shin says the same things to Yoo Kyung like stop the aegyo and don’t pander so much, but he’s matter of fact about it, whereas Se Joo’s sincerity and discomfort at seeing her subtly debase herself is what pierces through Yoo Kyung’s thick skin developed as a survival tactic at the network. If there isn’t going to be a viable alterna-ship in this drama, might as well keep letting the two couples spend more time together and double the romance.