Farewell to ... The King of Dramas
Another one has ended. And we wipe some tears as we sing ....
(don't ask me who this Helene Fischer woman is)
King of Dramas. What a great drama you've been! See, we're all in love with you, because you showed us the behind the scenes of our beloved KDramas in such a witty, smart way. And your cast! To die for. Kim Myung-min has become everywoman's favorite ahjussi. Jung Ryu-won? I want to marry her. Siwon is the funniest idol turned actor I've ever seen and I'm so going to make gifs out of the funniest Hyun-min moments when I have the time. Oh Ji-eun is so pretty I could stare at her all day. Good eye make-up. Etc. Etc. Etc... Not a single character out of the extended cast was underused or badly written.
|Ahhhhhh!!! >.< Bullshit!!!|
Sure, I do understand that melo sells better in Korea. And I get how melo and the worries it induces (theoretically) makes people watch the dramas as they air, on TV, cause they suffer to much if they have to wait. And I get that stations would want that. But ... why the hell would you suddenly throw melo at a perfectly fine comedy, which had gone this wonderfully sweet rom-com path (after wasting too much time with evil schemers)?! I cannot make sense even in the heads of these evil drama people we see portrayed in KoD. Why would people not watching the drama suddenly turn in just because the lead character was going blind?!
Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?
But I must say ... the guyliner on Anthony in that scene ... delicious. He yould play Min Tae-yeon's vampire brother in Vampire Prosecutor 3!
- Lovely couple that used to bicker all the time? Check.
- Forgiving the evil grandfather and mending broken family ties? Check.
- Giving evil Mr. Evil what he deserves? Check.
- Loving each other and living happily ever after, even though the king is now no more than a third-rate producer? Check.