The director of Marry Me or Not gets my unending thanks on a twofold level, one for filming this drama so beautifully it takes my breath away, and second for pushing his leads on the acting level to keep upping their performance and get out of their comfort zone. All of that shows up onscreen as perfection for the viewers, and in many ways we the viewers are represented in the drama in the roles of the supporting characters wanting the best for the leads.
Huan Huan’s fortune teller mom is a hoot, and really we’re all on her side to cast whatever hoo doo helps get two destined people to recognize what is in front of them. I’m also loving all the friends and work place gossips, all the conflict helps bring things out in the open, and who says the romance has to be straightforward to be forever. Episode 6 looks to bring second male lead Harry Chang into the picture (finally!), and allow our OTP to go on a real date that might not end the way either of them expects. Whatever happens, I now have faith it’ll make me laugh and swoon, as every episode of MMoN has done so far.