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27-Oct-2017 19:16

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.

My husband is one to make jokes during serious times too so we related to the leads for that too.

The finale Was way mushy but the unexpected ending had me lol again.Yes, there are scenes that are just there for comedy, but with the amount of scenes that are for the story, I think it makes up fine for it.The only problem with DOTS as a drama (in my opinion), is that once you watch DOTS (And Goblin also), it's hard to watch other normal dramas and stick with them fully because their storylines just aren't as captivating, and you realize there's a big script quality drop with the romance, scenes, and storyline.With anime, you get your usually dose of Light Novel adaptions where a (nobody) boy finds himself in another world where he had to fight along with people he meets, or a failed idol show, or a school slice of life series that has no OTP. I do think the acting could be better with the people who weren't Korean (I mean, let's be real here.With kdrama's, you get your usual dose of boring slice of life stories with little to no drama that run for over 16-20 episodes, when the show can easily be condensed into 3 episodes, and people start losing interests after episode 5. Some of them were just plain out terrible), but the storyline itself is just so humane.

The finale Was way mushy but the unexpected ending had me lol again.Yes, there are scenes that are just there for comedy, but with the amount of scenes that are for the story, I think it makes up fine for it.The only problem with DOTS as a drama (in my opinion), is that once you watch DOTS (And Goblin also), it's hard to watch other normal dramas and stick with them fully because their storylines just aren't as captivating, and you realize there's a big script quality drop with the romance, scenes, and storyline.With anime, you get your usually dose of Light Novel adaptions where a (nobody) boy finds himself in another world where he had to fight along with people he meets, or a failed idol show, or a school slice of life series that has no OTP. I do think the acting could be better with the people who weren't Korean (I mean, let's be real here.With kdrama's, you get your usual dose of boring slice of life stories with little to no drama that run for over 16-20 episodes, when the show can easily be condensed into 3 episodes, and people start losing interests after episode 5. Some of them were just plain out terrible), but the storyline itself is just so humane.I just really enjoyed this for personal and creative reasons.