Rowoon, he was suffering from lovesickness and he jumped up
Rowoon, he was suffering from lovesickness and he jumped up
Rowoon and Jo Yi-hyeon ended up in a polar confrontation over each other's fate.

According to Nielsen Korea, a viewership rating research company, on the 6th, the 11th episode of KBS2's Monday-Tuesday drama 'Wedding Battle', which aired the previous day, recorded a viewership rating of 4.3% nationwide. Today's broadcast opened with a scene where Shim Jeong-woo (played by Rowoon) proposes to Jeong Soon-deok (played by Jo Yi-hyeon). Shim Jeong-woo, who bought a noble family genealogy from Hong Cheon-soo (played by Jeong Seung-gil) through Oh Bong (played by Kim Hyeon-mok), gives the nobleman genealogy to Jeong Sun-deok, saying that if he marries all three daughters of Dr. Maeng, he will be free from the title of Cheongsang sire and can enter government service and get married. I tried to propose marriage.

However, at this time, Maeng Ha-na (played by Jung Shin-hye), who was swing jumping, witnessed the kidnapping of Crown Prince Lee Jae (played by Hong Dong-young) and jumped off the swing, causing an uproar. Accordingly, Miner No. 12 Kim Jip (played by Jeong Woo-jae) ended up in the arms of his healthy wife. Sim Jeong-woo unconsciously shouted, “Wall No. 12. Don’t miss this woman.” He was puzzled, but showed his good mood.

When the murderer Ahn Dong-geon (played by Kim Dong-ho) approached Jeong Sun-deok, Shim Jeong-woo took Jeong Sun-deok into his arms to protect her and shouted, "Don't come any closer! This woman is mine." However, what Ahn Dong-gun found was the real Yeoju's wife (played by Park Hwan-hee) who was behind the two, and Sim Jeong-woo, who sensed the sad reunion of the real Yeoju's wife and Ahn Dong-gun, asked Soondeok Jeong about her real identity. The moment Jeong Soon-deok was about to answer, Sim Jeong-woo headed towards the Crown Prince and Maeng Hana, who were being chased by the Walpae, and stepped forward to protect the Crown Prince despite the intimidation of the Walpae.

Sim Jeong-woo felt pain in his chest when he saw Maeng Ha-na leaping forward to protect the crown prince, but when the blade approached Jeong Soon-deok, he grabbed the sword and fought back, and impressed Jeong Soon-deok by saying that he learned martial arts from books in his spare time to protect Jeong Soon-deok. Through the conversation between Maeng Ha-na and the crown prince, Sim Jeong-woo learned that this incident was planned by someone who knew that the two people were exchanging letters, and reported this to the king (played by Jo Han-cheol). On the other hand, upon hearing that Shim Jeong-woo was involved in the Crown Prince's work, the main characters of the Dongno faction burst into anger and cast an ominous ominous tone.
Rowoon, he was suffering from lovesickness and he jumped up
Rowoon, he was suffering from lovesickness and he jumped up
Jeong Soon-deok fell into deep trouble after seeing the heartfelt marriage proposal written in the scroll in the genealogy of noblemen given to her by Sim Jeong-woo, and she appeared before Sim Jeong-woo with no face and revealed her identity. Soon-deok Jeong tearfully confessed to Sim Jeong-woo that he had the same feelings as Sim Jeong-woo, saying, “I also want to spend the rest of my life with you.” She confessed that she was actually a woman from a noble family with a son, and that she had borrowed the name of her wife since she could not act as a matchmaker due to her status as a nobleman.

He then left first, rejecting Shim Jeong-woo's marriage proposal, saying, "I don't think we should meet anymore since we know each other's situations and feelings." Afterwards, all three candidates for husbands for Dr. Maeng's three sisters came to Sim Jeong-woo and told him that he would not be able to marry the three sisters. As the rumor that Sim Jeong-woo's 'wedding strategy' had failed spread quickly, Sim Jeong-woo was devastated.

After Jeong Soon-deok left, Sim Jeong-woo suffered from a more severe lovesickness and lay motionless for three days, but at the sound of Jeong Soon-deok writing, he opened his eyes and laughed. As the two met again, Jeong Soon-deok said that when Sim Jeong-woo suggested connecting Maeng Ha-na with someone else, he suggested connecting Maeng Ha-na with the little boy who was with her in Dano. Shim Jeong-woo, who knew that the little doryeong was the crown prince, said that the little doryeong was definitely related, but he was from a family that could not be trusted, and soon caught the attention of Jeong Sun-deok by appearing to feel heartache.

Soon-deok Jeong, who recalled what the 'Ssangyeomancer' Mrs. Cho (played by Heejin Choi) had said before, visited Sim Jeong-woo and Mr. Cho's wife. When Jeong Sun-deok saw that Jeong-woo Sim was included in the conditions for becoming a Ssangyeonsaulist that Mrs. Cho had mentioned, Soon-deok Jeong saw that Jeong-woo Shim, not her, was the 'Ssangyeonganist'. He expressed regret, saying he must have been a 'drinker'. Sim Jeong-woo then asked Jeong Soon-deok why he wanted to become a double entender, and Jeong Sun-deok confessed that if matchmaking was his natural destiny, he would have no worries about deceiving the adults in his family.

Sim Jeong-woo asks Jeong Soon-deok, "Do you think there is fate?" and at the same time confesses to fate by saying, "Then, if I were a double entender, then the fact that my heart beats so much every time I see you doesn't mean you are my destiny?" threw it away However, Jeong Sun-deok denied his feelings of attraction, saying that Mrs. Cho said that her natural match was her ex-husband, and that "the feelings between you and I are probably just a passing wind." Sim Jeong-woo repeatedly asked, “Are you sure?” Soon-deok Jeong showed an attitude of rejecting fate, saying, “Maybe.”

Kang Min-kyung, Ten Asia reporter translated by google