Synopsis: “Still, Marry me” centers around three woman who are all aged 36 and pretend to know everything about life … Lee Shin-Young (Park Jin-Hee) works as a reporter for TV broadcasting company UBN. At the age of 36 she is still single, but maintains a positive and bright character. 2 years ago she was sent overseas to train at the UBN’s Washington D.C. bureau and, because of this, broke off her relationship with her fiance Yoon Sang-Woo ( Lee Pil-Mo). Now that Shing-Young is back in Korea she receives a wedding invitation from her ex-fiance. With so much stress from work Shin-Young starts to develop Bell’s Palsy (uncontrollable facial contortions) and, because of this, can’t work. Desperate for love she then meets a man 12 years younger, named Ha Min-Jae (Kim Beom), who just may be the man for her. Jung Da-Jung (Uhm Ji-Won) works as a Korean-English translator and is also good friends with Lee Shin-Young. She’s a bit naive, not having dated much up to this point, but hopes to find a rich handsome man. Jung Da-Jung also hopes to marry this year. She then meets oriental doctor Na Ban-Seok (Choi Cheol-Ho) on a blind date and they seem to click. Shortly later, Na Ban-Seok proposes to her and they get married. Jung Da-Jung soon learns that marriage may not be all that it’s cracked up to be. Kim Bu-Gi (Wang Bit-Na) works as a popular restaurant consultant. After breaking off her engagement to a man she dated for 10 years, she starts to mentor good friends Lee Shin-Young & Jung Da-Jung. Then one day, a baby appears on her doorstep.