I'm going to miss this intense drama. The characters were fun to watch. Too bad it was only eight episodes. I'll have to finish it tomorrow when all the subs are in. Thankfully the team is working A LOT faster on these last two episodes.
Thought this was interesting! Hope they get to include more dramas during the course! I was already watching Misaeng when I came across the article and Chicago Typewriter, the only other one I hadn't seen, was already on my shortlist to pick from next.
So some newbie woman to Korean dramas is teaching a college level class on the subject, and doesn't bother showing them Sandglass, instead only three newer dramas on Netflix? It seems like that is the equivalent of a babysitting course, letting the students have an entertainment break, like toddlers being allowed to watch Sesame Street in daycare for an hour a day.
What a waste. They could qualify to earn a PhD on the subject if they instead read Jill's in-depth reviews of hundreds of Korean dramas, over twenty-five years of different productions, on her site.
She's in the Philippines. I've heard they have a lot more Korean dramas that are only available for those citizens. I once saw a list and was quite jealous. Regular Netflix had about 25 titles but Philippines' Netflix had over 50!