Korean Dramas are great for a number of reasons. The stories are normally phenomenal, actors can act out of this world and they are just simply entertaining. However, I have a major problem that I hate that is a major Kdrama practice.
All most all Korean Drama employ this practice. Most Korean Dramas are normally 16 episodes long and 1 season. So they try to complete the story in the allotted episodes. However, they normally stretch and drag the story through episodes 1 to 15 and then try to squeeze in the climax and conclusion in the last episode. This practice just leaves a bad taste. Due to packing so much in one episode it normally makes the episode seems rush and unfinished. Which result in fans feeling like the conclusion was not adequate enough to feel satisfied.
Not sure if this article explains or did justice to my problem. But that’s just how I feel.