Ki-tae thinks confrontation can be avoided, but Jang-mi has learned a thing or two about relationships, and knows that there is no difference between marriage and dating when it comes to Mom.
The root of the problem is that no matter what label they put on it, they’re already in a love triangle as old as time: between a woman, a man, and his mother.
They shrink back in terror and scream “Noooooooooo!
” in slow motion, but she throws the makgulli right at them, and then laughs maniacally.
Rewind to the morning after the sleepover, when Jang-mi comes rustling out of the bedroom in nothing but a T-shirt to find Ki-tae’s mom standing in the living room in shock, surrounded by underwear strewn about—undeniable evidence that this was not an innocent playdate.
This was mostly caused by the combination of the timing of the anime deal and delays in the game's production forcing the anime to air well in advance of the game's release.
See the anime page for more information on the show.
In the gameverse, brand new commander Tact Mayers, barely aware of his own job and responsibilities, is thrust into the position of commander of the Elsior and its five ace pilots, the Angel-tai.
They're set to protect Shiva, prince of the Transbaal Empire, after the disgraced former heir, Eonia, staged a coup d'etat.
Shiva is more than he seems, too (but of course, you only realize this if you get all the special scenes), and all the while, Tact is falling for one of the Angels (If taking the Manga Canon Path, Milfeulle, although the games do not have a set canonical route).
Sequel Series has Milfeulle trapped as a living battery to the gate between two galaxies.
Tact, desperate to save her and devoid of his disbanded Angel-tai, commissions a new Rune Angel-tai from friends and relations of the old ones and personally appoints new leader Shiranami Kazuya.
As it always is with this couple, whether fake or real, the greatest obstacle they face is family.