5 Kdramas That Should Have Ended with the Prologue

Sometimes stories start with a bang and end with a whimper. In kdramas, the liveshoot system is often the culprit when stories fall apart, as the hectic schedule rapidly chips away at the showrunners’ ability to adapt or do much forward thinking. Other times the show takes a nosedive at the last moment and ruins everything. And yet other times the problems are evident much, much sooner than that. In fact, there are some kdramas I wish had stopped with the prologue—having a good cry would have been better than wasting my time on the disasters these turned out to be. Continue reading “5 Kdramas That Should Have Ended with the Prologue”