My husband is one to make jokes during serious times too so we related to the leads for that too.
Lol and we Did fall in love and date right away 27 years ago but we aren't Korean so I know that was also different.
Not trying to put these drama's on a pedestal or anything, but it's clear these were some of the best dramas in recent years.
I have probably watched 50 different kdramas and movies since I lived in Korea a few years ago and I was late to this because of the hype.
Then there's a love triangle, and also a cheesy romance when the romance actually does happen.
DOTS however, starts the relationship and tests' it throughout the show.
Yeah there were cheesy moments, but the relationships themself were just so undeniably real.
I hate romance stories in kdrama's because they literally go no where until the last few episodes of the drama.
The intensity was spot on for those action scenes and dramatic scenes were also well done.
The finale Was way mushy but the unexpected ending had me lol again.
Shi-Jin takes an order to lead his soldiers on a peacekeeping mission to the country of Uruk. Now for the lacking parts I hate the character of Kim Eun-Ji (female doctor) she has an annoying voice and face.