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From Our Readers: Why I Don't Like Watching Korean Dramas

K-dramas do these things to my heart.
PHOTO Emma Roberts | instagram.com/emmaroberts ART Naomi Torrecampo

I hate watching Korean dramas especially those that make me grin from ear to ear; those that make me look like a fool inside the bus because I suddenly let out a little laugh or a giggle.

I hate watching Korean dramas especially those that make me cry; those that give me this feeling of having a hollow heart.

I hate watching Korean dramas especially those with female leads whom I can relate to; those average but bubbly and courageous girls that I always dream to be.

I hate watching Korean dramas especially those with leading men who are perfect with all their flaws; those who are portrayed as hedgehogs—rough on the outside but vulnerable on the inside.

I hate watching Korean dramas especially those that leave me wanting at the end; those that wake up every romantic bone in me.

I hate watching Korean dramas especially those that restore my faith in humanity; those that remind me of serendipity and soulmates.

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I hate watching Korean dramas especially those that demand my brain cells to work at twilight; those that force me to write this foolish thing because I don't really hate Korean dramas at all.

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