How many romance manga end with a wedding?
I'm just curious about this. I realised that I've read well over 50 romance mangas, yet I can count the number of weddings on one hand. But maybe it's because most of them are shounen or seinen rather than shoujo or josei manga. Can anyone tell me of any more romance manga that end with the leads actually getting married, apart from the following (spoiler alert):
- Love Hina
- Maison Ikkoku
- Salad Days (arguably)
... Isn't it strange that there are so few? (And does that say something about cultural attitudes towards marriage commitments and romance being split?)