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Sign apologizes for glitchy finale, promises a do-over

Forensic-crime drama Sign went out on a high this week — at least, ratings-wise — but it was hardly smooth sailing getting there. The most noticeable problems were the glaring glitches that marred the broadcast: audio cut in and out, sometimes repeating, editing was choppy, and an error screen with color bars was sent up halfway through.

Unsurprisingly, fans were disappointed, and let their disgruntlement known online. The producers have apologized for the problems, as well as for running behind schedule in a way that compromised the quality of the episode. A production rep explained that they were taking particular care in shoots for the finale, but in so doing, they ran out of time for adequate post-production work, which accounts for the spotty sound and visual work. Yeah, I coulda told you that the prettiest pictures in the world are worth nothing if you muck ’em up with crap sound and editing. The rep promised a higher-quality rebroadcast, stating that they’re at work now cleaning up and improving the episode.

That was hardly the only issue; it seems that Sign was hit with a number of little insanities in its run-up to the ending. The shoots themselves ran so late that they were filming up to THE HOUR before airtime. Inconceivable. The director tweeted at 9:20 pm that night (Sign was a 10 pm drama) that they’d just finished the last shoots.

I’ve heard of dramas being edited right until showtime (and in Fantasy Couple’s extreme case, the tapes were split so that the first half was being aired while the second half was being edited). But cramming all that post-production work into ONE HOUR? Insanity.

After filming wrapped, lead actress Kim Ah-joong was hit with exhaustion and given an IV drip. The cumulative overworking, all-night filming sessions, and lack of sleep conspired to worsen her health and she sought rest immediately. According to her management, she’d spent the four previous nights without sleep (she had a particularly high number of scenes in the finale), and had been suffering the effects of a cold and body aches. Therefore, she missed the wrap party and sent in her well-wishes via phone.

On the upside, the finale drew its highest rating, a 25.5%.

[SPOILERS!]

The drama ended on a dramatic twist with regards to the serial killer the characters have been chasing. In the finale, Ji-hoon (Park Shin-yang) sacrifices his own life in order to leave behind solid evidence incriminating the culprit, Kang Seo-yeon (Hwang Sun-hee).

(I haven’t been up to date on Sign, but that kind of ending is either brilliant, or supremely aggravating. Killing off the hero for a noble cause can work — particularly in a historical drama, or a twisted thriller — but in a drama that’s all about finding out Truth and meting Justice? Arrrrrrgh. Blood pressure alert!)

The killer’s last words (“I’ll be found innocent, so don’t think this is over”) lent some speculation over whether the drama is truly done, or whether a Season 2 possibility is on the table. Fans have latched onto the bit of dialogue with fervent hope and have been requesting a sequel.

However, a source with the production stated that the dialogue could be interpreted not as indication of another season, but of the killer’s warped mentality. He added that there are no current plans for a sequel. Yeah, I don’t blame ’em. If I were on that team, my only current plans would be a month of sleep, interrupted only for food and pee breaks.

Via Seoul.co.kr, OSEN, Star News

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My vote is in for "aggravating". I haven't finished the series, partly because there were some other things that I didn't trust about the drama, but this was not one that I would feeling okay about the spoilers above.

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You just completely base on dramabeans' description of the ending to give a conclusion for a show. Brilliant!

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OMO, that is absolutely insane. Production work in an HOUR? And the IV drip? Sounds like a drama in its own right..

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this is wack.

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Does someone have to DIE for them to change their process here?

Couldn't they just, I don't know, start a month early?

It's so strange to hear these stories of cast and crew pushed to exhaustion when it is completely avoidable.

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got that feeling after watching ep. 19. I knew already he will die. But i also think it's unnecessary, just like the Money War.

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Well, at least now the team can levitate HIS corpse

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Finally!! I managed to see the finale. I really liked the ending (except for the sound and image glitches). I think it went well with the character, that's something Dr. Yoon Ji Hoon would have done. I would've been shock to dead if I hadn't read a spoiler by mistake :( Well, too bad....
Call me shallow, but my only regret is that we didn't get to see Jung Gyu Woon in a shower scene *sights*

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When hero Ji Hoon got the video tape of evidence why didn't he give it to the police instead of calling the killer to his house so she can kill him. I didn't see ep 20 with sub yet so I didn't understand why. His death doesn't make any sense.

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He doesn't have the real tape. The one that he gave the smirk girl was a blank one; he used it as a bait to trick her. Oh how I wish he didn't choose to have himself killed to solve the case. Wouldn't it be easier to trick her into confessing and have that on tape instead? He's supposed to be a genius, isn't he? Sigh

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Oh...so he decided to kill himself for evidence. Not too smart. Aishhhhh. I hate the ending.

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No. He has to do it because if not, the girl's father will become president of South Korea. And more lives to be taken away by these evil people.

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Kill that dude and flee the country...?

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i stuck with this drama bc i'm a BIG park shin yang fan and i thought the ending was brilliant! the drama wasn't really about the romance or the feel good type of narrative tone.

it was about how the rich got away with things by manipulating evidence and buying people off, while the very few good guys sought to overcome to get the truth out there. It made sense narratively that in order for them to be able to catch the main bad guy...er girl, that ParkShinYang had to die with incriminating "signs" in order for them to finally catch the bad girl. and the justice was kinda sweet at the end.

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I'm not a Park Shin Yang fan but I like the ending too. It was bittersweet but at least the second lead pairing got together. If the video tape allowed them to catch Kang Seo Yeon, it will be not reasonable as to why we wasted the last 20 episodes seeing the baddies destroy the other evidences. The ending was quite surprising although some spoilers leaked ahead of time. I did see a sad ending coming since there was no way to end the case. But I wish the last two episodes would be less rushed and explain why Kang Seo Yeon was so obsessed with killing. Since she's so rich, she could have hired someone to do it right?

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I don't think it's necessary to explain why some people like killing...Just some people LIKE other people's pain or LIKE the power of life or death over others. Obviously something is seriously wrong with them. I don't think there has to be a reason per se, because what if they were just born psychopaths?

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I really like Sign, but what really bothers me about this drama is exactly that. There's not a whole lot of dept with a lot of the cases. We have killers who are killing simply to kill. There's not much reason to it. With the exception of some of the cases, there's really little evidence for why these people are acting this way. Yeah its very likely that they're just psychopaths, but having a psychopath in almost every, single case is so repetitive.

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I agree. I wish people actually watch the whole drama to understand that why the ending should be that way and set up their own opinion instead of lazily looking for other' opinions and taking it as fact.

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jeeezz. at least finish the episode few days before the broadcast. they're tiring the actors too much that they needed an IV, for me it doesn't sounds right. where is human rights? no matter how busy they are, they should plan the filming where they can have enough sleep and be able to function like human being usually does.

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unfortunately, IV drips are a staple in the korean entertainment industry. :| idols get IV drips backstage in music shows all the time. i wouldn't be surprised if the normal staff (non-actors) get IV drips too since they have to work constantly. reminds me of Worlds Within when even the writers and PDs get IV drips.

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Aside from some comical and highly cartoon like situations that occurred during the replacements of evidence, I thought this drama was good.

But the last episode was a joke though. with flip flopping scenes in attempt to capture the emotions of viewers. Some scenes hinting at the emotional connection between the two main character, which were forced, really took down the quality of the episode.

They should have stuck to the original script.

But I'm not one of those people who complained about the TV color bars incident though. It was the added emotional? scenes that was more annoying.

Hoping for a better PSY drama next~^^

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I haven't watched the last episode yet, but it didn't sound great. I thought it was a good CSI-type drama without too much emphasis on the mushy romantic kind of stuff, which will wreck this drama. Furthermore I did not think there is chemistry between the leads.

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Oh My God!!!!
whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
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ep 20 hasnt been posted with subs yet! but why oh why do u hav to kill off the main guy!
that is SO not cool!
i really liked him! his chemistry with Dr. Go Da Kyung was awesome!
they were soo compatible [like the father said]
sigh...
:'[ :'[ :'[ :'[ :'[ :'[
is it still worth watching the last episode??

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Kdrama Fan! i couldnt agree with you more!! Why did they have to kill the main character?? God! The chemistry between him and dr go da kyung was soo good, i was waiting for something to happen between them two!!

Aish, he is supposed to be a genius, why did they do that to him?? I watched the ending without subs and now i refure to watch it cos of that horrible ending!! Really made my blood pressure rise!! Maybe i need the iv drip!!

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WTF?! the hero died? again! so the evil wins...not only the hero died but the case not solve? did I missed something! aaaaish....

"Killing off the hero for a noble cause can work — particularly in a historical drama, or a twisted thriller — but in a drama that’s all about finding out Truth and meting Justice? Arrrrrrgh. Blood pressure alert!...." so true JB! aye I wanna hit someone!

Kdrama don't make me hate u! pls there are more ways to end a drama but not this....and SIGN u deserve all the hate mails...I was planning to watch this after some positive review on net but now there's no way I'm gonna watch it.

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....ah ok. So killer got caught! (spoilers from readers)...but still not gonna watch!

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dang. don't release the final product at the cost of quality. realistically, i know that's not possible, but just thought i'd say it. but yeah, your first screen cap made me luh-aff. muahah. it really must've been some quick, cheap cutting and editing. and total UGH about the storyline!! gosh.

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Having gotten recently involved with editing the footage of a short movie, I cannot fathom editing an hour plus episode in less than an hour..... Is there a reason that the episodes are even shot up to the day of airing?

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the hour before??......that's nuts....also had no idea about Fantasy Couple's extreme case plus Dong Yi had to have live editing for one of its episodes too right?.....i think i'd rather have my shows preproduced rather than rushing things and having to make demands on quality like this

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After reading the spoiler, I decide not to watch the final episode. To me, it's a very selfish, sad and stupid ending of scraficing himself to catch the killer. How can he leave the woman he loved behind like that?

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I would vote "aggravating".
Why?
Because I never cry while watching dramas but I literally cried my eyes out the during whole entire episode because it was so heartbreaking.
It was definitely a noble thing for PSY's character to take his own life and the ending was absolutely BRILLIANT but more than that it was horrifically sad.
I cried for the whole hour straight and now my eyes are swollen.
It was aggravatingly beautiful.
I don't I'll ever forget this drama and its ending.

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i'd say it was a mix of both..brilliant and aggravating. he didn't have to go as far as to die...he already caught her pouring the drugs in -_____-" it was pretty frustrating, yet i have to say that it was amazing. As for the sequel nonsense...I mean...they cut open his body and everything. he's dead lol there's no sequel without the genius at the core of the drama........

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The ending was faaaaaaar away than I thought it would be.. cause this drama was based on: with your brain find the truth about there death but the last ep. was it let's commit suicide so that crazy chick get's in jail.. WHY come on.. he was smarter than that.. even there is an season 2 .. The lead guy is death.. =(

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Will someone please explain to me why do korean dramas have such insane shooting schedules?
I know the immediate answer would be to be able to change the script according to the preferences of the viewers and to get better ratings. But have you seen a drama where that actually helped? Because I haven't. Never seen a subsequent change in the script to make ratings climb significantly. Never seen a case where the delays and exhaustion of the cast and crew were worth it.
Usually, it is the quality of the latest episodes of the drama that suffers. And that's the only constant result.
But somehow everybody continues to do this and brag about how much they worked, that some cast member passed out and had to be taken to a hospital and so on. Are they trying to make the viewers pity them so they can watch the show? Does turning the cast into martyrs do the job? I just don't get it ...

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Ahneeyo~ I don't like the ending! Although it's a brilliant idea but I don't like it! It is so heartbreaking. I can't stop crying while watching the last episode. Why can't Dr. Yoon Ji Hoon find another way to catch that @#-%@* woman! Hate the last part also when she slapped detective Choi Yi Han.
Overall, I like this drama, from Epi 1 to 19. Worth to watch ^^

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Sob...sob.. forget about Sign and remember that 49 DAY is coming!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

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aggravating!!!! i really tried to appreciate the ending 'artistically' but it turns out that i have a rather crude taste and i only want happy endingsT.T the plot was so awesome but in the end could not help but throw myself to the ground and wail...

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Sign was a pure brillant drama!

Jung Gyu Woon ...I already miss YOU !!!

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hear! hear! Sign's ending was surprisingly but not so much as to make it revolting. pretty awesome.

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The end is insane ...
I love Sign.
I cant believe it has such a disappoiting ending >.<
Still feel bitter over it.
Really ruin the whole drama.
It once again proved that premade drama is actually not bad. They have more time to edit and perfect everything.

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Buahahahaha the ending.

Kdrama often did the unnecessary twisted ending, couldn't they think of the viewers who spent months with the drama and spare them with a happy ending?

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I'm a big fan of him..but i'm also a fan of drama ..sign i haven't seen it yet but from ur opinions,i think i'm gonna watch it..hate it or love i will decide ..

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i liked the ending!

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I didn't watch the show. Were there any episodes where a television director was killed by someone on his editing team?

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ARRRGGHH!!!! Don't read the spoilers. Don't read the spoilers!!! I still haven't seen the finale!! Waiting for subs :(
I'll come back later and comment,

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All Kdramas would be better with adequate post production time. Whats the use of high production value/budget if you don't take the time to execute it well. Arrggghhh. So frustrating.

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Thanks Drama beans for the ending! :), truth to be told, i dun really like the ending...although it was for the 'final' good...sacrifing the main lead does not necessary meant it will be good...i thought the case dragged on too long, i was sort of like hoping it would be more of like CSI drama...lol...more mysterious cases..but atlas it was not to be..but nevertheless i enjoyed the acting of the cast! They were Awwsome....hope they will really get good rest and replenish their energy for their future drama!

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Poor Kim Ah Joong and the rest of the staff! Not asking them to have everything shot pre-broadcast, but really, they should have had a few days buffer time. I can excuse it if it's the producer's first time managing a drama, but when he/she has several dramas under the belt, you'd think things would be managed better. It is unprofessional.

and whoa, what an ending!

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after reading about the ending i am sooo not watching the ending too depressing.

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49 DAYS!!!!!!!!!!

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No wonder Jeon Ji hyun avoids doing dramas at all cost.

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why... why do you have to kill ji hoon... now i dont know if i want to finish this drama since i'll probably be too depressed as i near the last episode...no ji hoon... no season 2 unless you raise him from the dead....

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I just finished all of Sign and although the ending was bittersweet, it was definitely something unexpected (which is also good in my book becuz predictable things become boring usually). I think there were too many side cases and they have focused more on the main storyline. They probably could have done it in a 16 episodes. I love Jung Gyu Woon, I loved him in Dr. Champ and Loving You a Thousand Times. I hope he does another drama soon.

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great, FINALLY i can rant somewhere about SIGN...

feeling rather bummed out and flat about the ending. 20hrs of watching and this?!?!?!?!!?

i get about the "noble cause" of ji-hoon's death BUT i think there should be another way to nail the culprit. especially since he already saw her in the mirror dispensing poison into his tea... and he's supposed to be a genius?!?! gosh. Self-sacrificing as it is (due to the belief in the pursuit of truth, right over wrong, yada yadda), his method could have been in vain, lest the bad people managed to get hold of his video evidence (seeing from previous episodes that they do manipulate crime scenes). oh right, this IS ONLY a drama afterall, and our good guys will always manage to find THE CLUE amidst all odds. *rolls eye*

at the end of eps 19, i sorta already guessed that ji-hoon will use himself as a bait but i never expected him to really die. since he's a genius and such, i thought perhaps he'll have an antidote at hand or use some deception/ smart way to force a confession from the culprit so that the police can nail her? gah. never expect him to die so fast in the opening of eps 20. it's not that i'm the sort that only expects good, fairytale-like endings for all dramas but i feel kinda bummed out with this ending in SIGN.

and the story could've been tighter and ended at 16 eps. is it just me (?) but i've been under the impression that SIGN is a 16 eps drama, instead of 20. when the crime wasn't fully solved at eps 16, i felt that the subsequent eps were just stretching it. its like, when can the horrible woman and her father be thrown into jail, damnit! ^_#

didn't expect that the production team filmed until almost its air-time. shocking! wat a mad, mad, mad rush for crew and cast! tsk2. even though korean producation teams work with a very tight deadline, this is really madness. kudos to the crew who managed to edit and air the last episode, even though there were those glitches! hah, truth be told, i didn't realise that those glitches were on-air during broadcast... i thought it was during uploading at the source that i watched, oops. definitely unacceptable glitches during actual broadcast, good that there will be a re-broadcast with all glitches cleaned up. now, perhaps the-powers-might-be will include more scenes to satisfy us viewers (poor da-kyung got her hopes raised and bam! the guy died. geez.)? haha, wistful thinking on my part.

okie, i feel much better after this rant. sorry its such a long post!

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I know its been a while since you've left this comment on dramabeans....
but can you tell me what happened in the last episode of sign? I don't intend on watching it but I can't find any recaps or spoiler endings for this show... -_-"
so now I have to find other methods, so if you don't mind explaining it to me, that will be greatly appreciated :)
thanksss

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Aw. First of all, I'm more worried about KIM AH JOONG than the episode or the glitches itself. She must've been really pressured. Hope she will have a fast recovery.

Really, what can we do? That's how they decided the ending to be. xD

I'm still waiting for the episode 20 subtitle. :)

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WHAT?! THE MAIN ACTOR DIED??! OMO OMO

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No, just the main character.

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It's either aggravatingly brilliant or brilliantly aggravating. I first thought it's kinda ... dumb for a genius to be a sacrificed lamb, but looking from another way, if justice is what he lives for, then it's his life.

I actually like bittersweet ending cause I'm kinda bored with the fluffy sweet endings recently. I like it with minimum dramatic love relationship.

Conclusion: Awesome drama ! This proves that drama without spoilers is the best. My patience really pays off well.

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Sign stateside is only up to episode 12 or 13 ( starting this coming week) I've mostly been irritated and intrigued by the drama. They keep trying to get some depth in there but the actors seem odd or off at times. I am all about the writing and that of course is the problem with visual dramas . . . anyway this ending where the "hero" sacrifices himself is so fricking annoying. It's good to know so I can quit watching now. But also super irritating because there no other dramas I'm watching!!!!

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*sigh*
I remember when I was LMAO watching the expression of the elders when they cornered Dr.Yoon & Dakyung after finding the grandpa's body in the closet.. and the background music for that scene.. Ridiculous!!
They ended the eps like that.. and in the next eps, the elders' grandchildren begged them to stop whatever they're about to do.. Duh??? o__O!!

But I must say that the ending was great.. I never cried for watching a drama that much before Sign.. I really enjoyed the last four eps of this drama.. ^^

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SIGN is such a great drama!!!

:( but if it's a sad ending, I will not be watching the last episode

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I really enjoyed this drama. Initially I was a little indifferent to this show but I'm glad that I persevered through the early episodes. I actually enjoyed the side cases which were interesting and engaging and which enabled the show to progress without feeling draggy.

I'm rather neutral about the ending; as others have said, it is bittersweet. It was sad that the two leads did not have a happy ending as I really liked them as a couple. However, given the earlier life changing events that profoundly affected Ji Hoon, I can understand why he was driven to solving the case at all costs. That being said, it would have been better if he managed to ingeniously solve the case without dying or miraculously coming back to life (which would have been really lame and corny).

Overall, I really enjoyed this show. I enjoyed it much more than any American CSI type show going around. Obviously, they are very different shows apart from the "criminal" element, but I'll still make comparisons. With "Sign", I was drawn into the lives of the characters which made me care about the story and which made the show engaging on an emotional and personal level. While shows like CSI might be interesting, they are certainly lacking in those regards.

I suggest that people give this show a go. The first few episodes are pretty average but after that it absolutely takes off... :)

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Well, like some others, I figured that he was going to set the real murderer up but didn't really think he'd go so far as to DIE to put this loony behind bars. Because I suspected that it MIGHT turn out badly, I read the spoiler first- I knew that if he really did die, I would be a blubbering mess at the end so thank you very much for saving the world from my weepiness. Why couldn't it be a prolonged dream sequence- where Kim Ah-joong has a bad nightmare about Park Shin-yang but voila! wakes up and all is well? They continue with their blossoming romance, she gets a chance at happiness, he becomes a kinder gentler more human guy. Oh, and the murderer somehow ends up in a fiery inferno in her apartment, hanging out the window screaming for help, and Shin-yang and Ah-joong wave a friendly little wave and let the flames incinerate the "...." (rhymes with witch). At least ONE romance made it through til the end (I hope).

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I think the ending of SIGN was horribly done. I can't believe that SBS could finish filming the last episode a hour just before it was aired on television. Aside from the sound and pictures of the last episode, many events did not make sense. Apart of it being sad, the drama could not have killed the hero more non-sensically than in this fashion. On the surface, he seemed to die for a noble cause, but does someone have to die to bring the criminal to justice and the truth to the public? I realize the wealthy and the upper classes have alot of power in the Korean society, but are the effects so powerful that no authentic justice and truth could be tolerated? The hero in the drama gave everything he could to chase for the truth and justice. Is it fair to him that he faces death? If anyone tries to chase after the truth and justice in the Korean society, do they have to face unfair treatment? I think this is a question for many to think of.

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Furthermore, there was alot of people in SIGN that stopped the hero and heroine to bring the criminal (culprit) to justice like the director at NFS (National Forensic Service). He was bought by the potential candidate for presidency for many times. After the truth came out, nothing happened to him, except for he had to leave NFS. He never had to face any trial or prisonment. Again, is that fair to the hero and heroine?
Also, the guy with thick glasses at NFS exchanged the piece of blue cushion fur during the evidence testing process. He indirectly forced the hero to become a bait for the criminal to kill. Isn't there any precautions for him? I'm not a religious person, but I believe that anything you do will come back to you at the end. But, I have to say that the others at NFS doesn't know this truth. With so much discussion, I want to emphasize that the drama does not encourage people to believe in justice and following the law. With money, you can do anything, even covering the truth of killing so many people.

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They totally jumped the shark after episode 16.

I only half-watched the last 4 episodes because I got so turned off.

Very, very annoyed.

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It's well past a week that "SIGN" was over. I still can't get over the horrible ending. There's one question I have, I thought SBS is going to re-broadcast the final epidsode of SIGN, when are they going to do that? Or, have they done that already? I don't live in Korea and I have no idea of knowing. But, I've searched all the forums and no one has mentioned anything about the re-airing of the final episode. If they plan to re-air the episode, like the others, I hope they can re-film the ending into a more sensical one. With alot of technical problems, the story of the last episode seems to be written last minute with alot of acting on Kim-Ah-Joong shoulders. I can't imagine anyone can go and collect the body of someone you love, cut it up, and take the organs out for weighing.

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Dr. Ji hoon could've chosen better option to get that insane woman behind bars. offering his precious life, leaving behind the woman/people he loves is not a very wise choice.
and if the idol singer who died at the beginning is 21 years old, then that crazy woman who killed him must be younger than him since she's been calling her "oppa". how could a young woman like that kills someone without feeling regretful or scared at the very least with her ever innocent-looking smile.
and i don't really understand the reason why she had to kill the singer, she's either hated him to the core, or she's just purely mentally disabled that drives her into killing more people.

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Dear J-star,

I agree with you that Yoon Ji Hoon could of chosen a better way to catch the insane woman. Or, the scriptwriters could of taken more time to write an ending that matched the earlier part of the drama.

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