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[Alternate Endings] The badass noona romance that The K2 could’ve been

By Lily

What’s the one thing dramas and trains have in common? They can both run off the rails halfway through to their destination. Many dramas start off strong, but lose plot logic and heart half a dozen episodes into their run. The fluctuation in quality could be caused by many things like the hectic live-shoot schedule, or perhaps by the creators’ assumption that once a certain audience has been hooked into watching through a strong first couple of episodes, most of the audience would stay around to witness the promised happy ending regardless of how convoluted and artificial the plot became. The end result of all this is that, sadly, my drama list is filled with dramas that I dropped around the halfway mark.

All the dramas in that pile put together, however, couldn’t manage to cause me as much heartache as The K2 caused me during one bad episode. When the series started, I was the biggest Ji Chang-wook fan ever, and I was extra pumped to see him in another action role. All I had wanted from the show going in was a slickly directed series that had a marginally intelligent plotline with some non-cookie-cutter characters woven into the narrative, since I was rather sure Wookie’s amazing abs would smooth everything else over for me.

And boy, did the show manage to deliver for the first few episodes (regardless of the show’s overuse of dramatic Gregorian chant music; seriously, what was up with that?), interspersing the raw, beautifully choreographed action scenes with complicated characters and fast-paced direction that made me want just a couple of minutes more when every episode ended. There was enough darkness and mystery to make me cautiously optimistic that perhaps, just maybe, I had stumbled upon the next City Hunter or even better, the next Healer.

The show had all the components, which, put together, could create the kind of magic that K-dramas are popular for: a dark, brooding hero with a legit backstory that keeps him cold and emotionally distant; a complicated, tragic Cinderella-type heroine who needs protection; strongly cast parents played by talented actors who would serve as our primary antagonists; and just enough of a hint that fate was bringing our OTP together without it feeling like the drama was hitting us in the face with it.

With the first few episodes under my belt, I was genuinely curious to see how the writers would justify an experienced man like Kim Je-ha falling in love with a cloistered, naive girl like Go Anna who has had no experience of the real world. How would they do this, I wondered. As it turned out, one of my biggest disappointments with this show was that they didn’t justify it at all.

Now, I’m easy when it comes to K-drama logic; I accept it with reasonable suspension of disbelief. One of the leads falls for the other after having met them at a crucial point in time, either in their childhood or later on in life? Perfect reason for love, especially a lifelong yearning. Drama lead falls in love with the one person who stayed with them at the lowest point, maybe the loss of supernatural powers, while everyone else left? Human and real. Leads with clashing personalities fall in love after many many meet-cutes and fights? Not my favorite, but I’ll take it.

My point here is that while it would make perfect sense for the sheltered Anna to fall in love with the first strong person she has seen around her who cares for her without wanting anything in return, the drama never gives us a real reason why the jaded Je-ha would return those feelings. It does manage to, however, convey to us that Je-ha constantly stalks Anna around the house by watching her through CCTV cameras.

It was an invasion of privacy that ruined my enjoyment of the scene in which Je-ha watched Anna make ramyun for the first time, a moment that the show tried for weeks to market as cute. If, as the show kept trying to convince us, the reason for his love was Anna’s innocence and purity, she loses much of that by the show’s second half, as Anna conspires to win against her stepmother.

Speaking of the stepmother, the show was not helped by the fact that in any given scene, Ji Chang-wook had scorching chemistry with the wrong Yoon-ah. In addition, Song Yoon-ah elevated the writing to a level above the script by breathing life into the character she was given. Cracks, moral pitfalls and all, Choi Yoo-jin was much more multidimensional, and thereby more likable and infinitely more interesting than Go Anna. Je-ha would declare his love for Anna one week, and his loyalty to Yoo-jin the next, and effectively managed to give the viewers emotional whiplash.

My version of The K2 would go thus: It would ditch all pretense that Go Anna was the female lead of the show, the spot going to Choi Yoo-jin. The show would thrive as the noona romance to end all badass noona romances, a show that plays on its complicated leads, and Choi Yoo-jin will be absolved of her status as the big bad in the show (a status which she never really deserved anyway, seeing as she never killed Anna’s mother, and her husband was a total douche who deserved what he got), and will be the tragically misunderstood heroine who wins the love of the mysterious Kim Je-ha. She will still retain her pride though, along with her inability to admit defeat.

There are plenty of scenes that can be recycled for this plotline, such as the scene where he heroically saves her from a car crash and carries her unconscious body in his arms, or the swoon-worthy way in which he holds an umbrella over her after he helps her take down a room full of her greedy family members. All these scenes would go from being uncomfortable and confusing to being genuinely romantic. Je-ha would learn to trust in another person again, and value loyalty, especially after having been betrayed brutally in the past, while Yoo-jin would shed her loneliness and realize that there exist at least a few people that she can depend upon.

Anna would then, ironically, become the main antagonist as her need for vengeance overtakes her. She and her ineffectual, dishonest father would die together at the end of the series instead of Yoo-jin and her husband, which would lead to Yoo-jin getting the sympathy vote to become the next president. She and Je-ha would proceed to live happily ever after while she runs the country, and he protects her from all sorts of dangers, known and unknown.

See how great the show could’ve been? If only it had committed to its darkness, and reveled in its moral ambiguity, it could have told a smart revenge story upending established notions about right and wrong all while Wook flashed us naked shower fight scenes. In a year like 2016, which was a great year for experimental dramas, The K2 had all the ingredients for brilliance, yet chose run of the mill mediocrity. Sigh.

 
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Amen 🙏, sister! Though I never got past episode 6 because the exact reasons stated above, I feel your pain.

I honestly disliked Anna so much I had to drop this show. Even the way Yoona ran made me irritated - the way her legs were weirdly throwing in the air while running.

As you said - I could have been one of the kind drama if they were brave enough to take that path, but in the end it’s just another show that gone bad.

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I agree. Besides that, I always saw Anna as a child. I unsderstand why she would behave like that but still can't find the grounds for her and Je Ha's romance to be so deep.

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I agree. I would have liked Anna as a pre-teen/teenage character. Old enough to be cute/sassy, but not old enough for romance. Someone who would need to be protected. At the end of every episode, I wanted the Noona romance. Je-Ha holding a gun to Yoo-Jin’s head should not be sexy, but that scene was so charged.

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Glad to see that there were other users who did not get the Anna and Je-Ha romance. It just didn't make sense, how quickly he fell for her. One minute he gets assigned to watch her, the next minute he is stalking her on camera, and jumping for glee to see her make ramyum. Um okay.

The older Yoo Na had more chemistry with Jin Chang Wook, making things all the more obvious and awkward. The drama itself fell apart early on, and did not explain why so many people were seemly okay with what amounted to an abduction/kidnap.

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Oh, I like that idea for a change!

I don't think anyone got the Anne/Je-Ha romance part of the story... even in the recaps comments. They just never had the chemestry that Yoo-Jin/Je-Ha had.

But let's be honest here... The failure of the show was simply sloppy writing. This show is memorable only because of Ji Chang-Wook's fame (I'm firmly on that train aswell after Healer) and because of the awesome way Yoo-Jin was acted. All other characters were stick figures. And I actually think it surprised the production team how much more popular Yoo-Jin was over Anna. At least here on dramabeans.. I'm actually interested in the reactions of the demestic crowd. Did they feel the same?

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Episode 6 really was the point where I started disliking where the show was going. Basically just read recaps/watched snippets to find out what happened with Yoo-jin after that.

It doesn't help that the first few episodes put the focus on Yoo-jin. Song Yoo-ah's acting really won me over with how morally gray but compelling Yoo-jin was. And then Anna gets pushed into the forefront, with the behavior of a child and all the charisma of a wet noddle. That contrast just made the disappointment worse.

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Yoona and Subway killed that show for me. I think it was the first drama (of many to come after that) where Subway had a simply unbearable PPL, memorable for all the wrong reasons.
I really loved to read this and I think most of us agree with it: The K2 could have been a fantastic show. However, on the other hand, I am not totally unhappy with it staying on it's train wreck course. Imagine the backlash Song Yoo-ah would have had to suffer if the drama followed it's own logic.

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I guess the writer wasn't brave enough to put Yoo Jin into spotlight as twisted heroine and Anna as an antagonist.

Although if it's up to me, between the two Yoonas, I'll stick to Song Yoon Ah to carry the show.

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Yeah. I can't deny. She's hotter than that skeleton. The umbrella scene is my favourite.

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ooooooooh, i like!!

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Thanks for revealing the truth. That's the reason I had difficulty watching K2. Just like you, I like Je Ha and Yoo Jin's chemistry better. It would have been a great drama if she was the female lead. Anna's character never worked for me.

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I liked your ending although to be fair I never finished the show despite how much I wanted to like it. I started to disengage about the time Dances-with-Ramyun was being stalked by her body guard/love interest, I wanted to think it was cute but I guess it's telling that I dropped the show when Anna left the prison she knew for the one she didn't and they started to really push the romance (?) I've seen Ji chang wook be romantic but this felt forced and awkward to me. Question should I have finished it?

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If it helps, I only forced myself to finish this drama to see what would happen with Yoo jin...

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Same. After that ramyun scene and it became clear they were going ahead with this ridiculous romance I forced myself to watch the remaining eps for Yoo Jin only.

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Amen 🙏🏾

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This.

You nailed it. Couldn’t agree with you more. What a waste of potential.

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yes, this would've been so much better! I thought I was the only one rooting for the "antagonist" by the end. Yoo jin had so much more chemistry and was so much more compatible with Je ha. Although, I'm not sure I would've find a full-blown noona romance very believable. Maybe just leave it at flirting and some (hinting that they would eventually fall for each other). I didn't like Go Anna at all, and never understood why je ha liked her either...

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Oh, yes, yes, yes, YES!!!!!
That would be a show I would follow till the end.

Seriously, Ji Chang-wook's and Song Yoon-ah's chemistry was off the charts. I was glued to the screen whenever the two shared a scene...

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I would loved if the show went Yoo-jin was the main lead, because I thought those scenes with him saving her were super romantic anyway in the drama. But, I was also perfectly fine with him falling in love with Go Anna, and I thought the ramyun scene (don't kill me) was cute and adorable. I guess most of the time for me, the writers can get me to believe or like anything, this is why I do not fall into second lead syndrome very often. I saw the potential noona romance throughout the show and though I totally wanted it at some point, the Go Anna grew on me.

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I love your version of K2. I dropped it at around ep 8 as I kept wanting it to be a noona romance and it just didn't work for me. Anna and her daddy issues were irritating. On the other hand, I loved loved loved Yoo-Jin. A woman who was powerful, charismatic, trying to navigate life with a cheating husband and a toxic family. Can we blame her if her hearts flutters at the sight of an honest and strong young man? <3 I loved both the sight you mentioned (the car and the umbrella scene).

Thank you again for this great ending!

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*her heart
*the scenes you mentioned

I think I am tired. -_-'

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This was exactly what I had in mind when the show started. every scene between jeha and yoojin oozed chemistry. your version is daebak and of course the abs :D

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Oh my gosh, this version is much better and satisfying! Yoon-Ah should have been the lead instead of Anna. I found Anna just meh, not because just the way she was portrayed but the way the character was written. They don't even have to force the romance out if the chemistry is just not working out. Let Ji Chang Wook do his thing in being badass hero, with or without a girl in the picture.

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I meant Yoo-Jin instead of Yoon-Ah. Gah, there's two Yoon-Ah on the show!

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To be fair Yoona's acting is not that bad and I kinda like some sweet scenes she had with Ji Chang Wook, but Song Yoon Ah is just too strong and charismatic that she overshadows everyone and makes me an instant fan. JCW & SYA also had the kind of chemistry I wanted from the drama.

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Even without shipping goggles this all make infinitely more sense than the "canon" plot they tried to force-feed us, and is all that the k2 could've been and so much more! the sheer potential the k2 writting team squandered has been a sore spot in my heart ever since I dropped it close to the end. I could tell they where gonna just kill Yoo-Jin and I couldn't bare to watch it --they'd already ruined it for me especially with the way they reacted to any notions of a Yoo-Jin/K2 romance. ...If only you had been in that writing room and knocked some sense into those blind and unoriginal numbskulls.

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omg yessssss from the moment they were on screen together their chemistry was explosive. I seriously thought they were going to be the main couple because I watched the drama without having seen any previews. So when Anna came on the scene I was like wtf?! Yoo Jin and Je Ha were it for me though.

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Dropped it for the same reason I dropped the kings love: I'm yonna she seriously cant act to save her life her expressions are shallow and annoying I really do hate it when idols who cant make a simple face expression take the lead sersly where is eun yoon hye and many other actresses who have real talent latly dramaland is so boring because roles are handed to undeserving ppl based on looks or fame may god bring us good actors in the near future.....

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your version of the story would have really been better. this show needed to be a bit more dark, gritty and the forbidden romance would push it further.

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I kept hoping Yoo-jin and Je-ha would end up together. They sizzled whenever they were on screen together. This would have been a killer noona romance! Oh what could have been, and wasn't. *SIGH*

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This is totally the same drama that was going on in my head. I stuck around for k2 till the end because I love Ji Changwook and discovered Song Yoonah. They were crackling together. Loved the sexy, antagonistic tension and wish the show could have made good use of that.

What a drama k2 could have been!

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Omg Amen again, sister! I stayed through til the (confusing, utterly unsatisfying end) purely out of love and devotion (haha) to Ji Chang Wook but got increasingly annoyed at Anna. I may very well be biased, but JCW typically has enough charisma to have chemistry with a tree stump, but methinks the writing (too grandiose, skating on Yong-Pal's legacy) and YoonA's non-dimensional acting completely failed here.

Is there a petition we could start to get your version made? Since JCW-peu-nim won't be available until May 2019, we have time, yes? Lol.

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The Anna character was miscast. She had NO chemistry with Je-ha. I don't remember if this was pre produced but if it wasn't the writer should have seen how much chemistry Yoo-jin and Je-ha had on the screen and rewrote the narrative. Him falling for Yoo-jin would have been epic. Two jaded people who could not trust anyone but starved for understanding and closeness that would have been a great show

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i thought K2 fell in love with Anna because ramyun was his favorite food? (The quickest way to a man’s heart is through the stomach) 🤣🤣😂😂
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just kidding. i totally agreee w/ u tho. i dropped this series sometime when Anna left the safehouse. For almost the same reasons.

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Choi Yoo Jin is my favorite character in the whole show! And at least thanks to The K2 I become Song Yoon Ah's fan, went stalking her dramas and movies after it ended. Though it didn't alleviate the pain caused by the ending any less 'cause she tends to choose dramatic characters over sunny, warm characters.

I agree with everything you put Lily. I wish Anna would just go dark and plan for revenge against her step-mother/father/family. Or at least like KTH's character in Yongpal. But well I guess an idol as the female lead would never get evil, morally ambiguous character and they'll stick to the pure, innocent soul image. And for Yoo Jin & Je Ha, well in some alternate universe I believe they'll start falling into each other, protect each other and live happily ever after!

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This show.. Despite of all flaws, we still were emotionally attached to this one character - Choi Yeo-jin. Still bitter she didn't got any award for her stellar perfomance in this drama.

How I view K2 - Choi Yeo-jin is always the female lead, this story is mainly about her and Jae-ha (even the synopsis said so). But you know, when you put Ji Chang-wook and Im Yoo-na in one drama, it is impossible not to get them romancing each other, at least to satisfy fans' heart. So I'm fine with it. But.. I didn't buy their chemistry and how they fell in love. That's a loss. Anna was just a stupid and meaningless character until the end. Damsel in distress heroine is acceptable although it is least favourite, because if it is written right, we can love her. She can be naive and inexperience about the world but still hold on to her principles for example. Well, putting non-favourite actress as Anna also wasn't helping, at the end I didn't care at all about her.

They should have use same formula like Yong-pal - it was also noona romance because Kim Tae-hee's character was older than Joo-won's (although Yong-pal was also had many flaws, but I found in certain area it was better).

Seriously this writer should learn how to write properly.. Not that he is the only one with this problem. But his drama always had potentials to be a great drama if he can be sure what he wants in his drama, and not to be overly ambitious.

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Thanks Lily. A far better ending.

If I wanted to re-write, I'd take your ending with a bit extra, but first, I'd totally ditch the daughter and just have Yeo Jin hiring her own bodyguard in Je Ha, and winning Je Ha over to her camp to fight her husband and her family and all who are out to manipulate her, not only on the physical safety front, but emotionally and intellectually as well.

I'd have that husband die in some most embarrassing way, (like being blown up by the bomb he personally dragged into the vault), that also showcased Yeo JIn's epic-ness, and have her up for President. Since people in government office 'usually' need to be married as well as protected, what better union than her marrying her bodyguard who'd take care of her day and night! Win-win!!! Heh! 💋

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I just had this overwhelming sense of loss come over me of what could have been. I never watched K2 but I would watch it now if it was exactly what you wrote.

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K2 made me so so mad... JcW first show after healer and he is busy with the stupid ramyun dances... Which is when i checked out... I was so relieved when suspicious partner came along and restored my wookie love

anna was annoying, cringy and childish and made me want to throw something on the screen.. Badly written.. I wont say badly acted bec i have never seen yoona in anything else

What didn't help was the scorching chemistry between the other two.. Any scene they had was so sexually charged that I was like - make out already!...

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Your last lines there. I know right?? I was *shocked* when they paired him with the wooden actress.

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Thank you Lily for submitting this! I've yet to watch The K2 for many of the exact same reasons mentioned in this thread. Your alternate ending for this drama is the version I would have tuned in to watch.

Not casting Song Yoon-Ah as the female lead opposite Ji Chang-Wook and instead choosing the same old same old by relying on the casting of a popular idol with acting limitations (in this case Yoona) was truly an opportunity lost to step outside the norm to deliver something bold, fresh, and memorable. Coasting on mediocrity especially when it comes to the acting/performance of the male or female lead in a drama is a major deal-breaker for me.

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I totally agree with everything! The show was way better off without Anna. Also, the umbrella scene in episode 5 is one of my all-time favorite scenes! So much emotion!! So many feels!

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Actually I liked Anna and Je-ha together. They had this pureness and innocence to them. That made them seem like kids when they are together. For me, I can't imagine where Je Ha and Yoojin are a couple. It'll just be a bodyguard with his agasshi. But I rather have a story about Anna using Je Ha to get Yoojin. While Yoojin have genuine feelings for Je Ha. And Je Ha is in the middle of all of this and sympathizes with both women. I envisioned this drama to be about power, and not romance.

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I would totally watch and enjoy this show if it did end up as JeHa and YooJin as leads. Your take on what the alternate story is more interesting and modern in its romance.
I have nothing against Yoona. I liked her in Prime Minister and I. But I didnt like the character Anna. Too damsel in distress for me.
I did attempt to watch this show and got so far as the first 3 or 4 episodes. YooJin was compelling from the start and I was more invested in her character. But the flaws and criticisms hampered my enjoyment thus I dropped the show and just kept up to date on recaps until it just fell of the radar for me.

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*fell off the radar..

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Yesss I would've love this show a million times more. Even if everything was still mediocre, if choi yoo jin was the main lead I would happily watch the show til the end. I just love that woman and she is so frickin gorgeous and so strong. And in the end she could get her revenge on her trash husband then run off into the sunset with her nice handsome bodyguard.

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I think the drama was written for Ann and Je-Ha to be together and everyone signed off on it. The issue was not the writer but the over powering chemistry of Je-Ha and Yoo-jin. That chemistry took over the show and the audience was let to believe that Je-ha and Yoo-jin would somehow be together. I would say the mistake was the director and the producers couldn't catch on during filming to have brought the issue up with the writer to re-write the second half of the series. I read a lot of comments from the recaps and everyone seems to think that the writers of all dramas are there real time to see what the reaction of the audience is and then re-write stuffs or make changes. The issue is each drama is done weeks, if not months, before being broadcast. Once a drama is done and is being broadcast, there is very little flexibility to change anything. Hope all readers of recaps will remember this. If a drama series is bad, it can't be changed. Just drop it and or suffer through it (like I did with the K2). I love this alternate series (not just ending) proposed by Guest Beanie.

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You make a good point! Characters can often take on lives of their own. In this case, it is possible the sizzling between Je-ha and Yoo-jin was unexpected when written but occurred when the actors took on their parts.

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I totally agree with everything you said in here. I've been watching that show while it was airing so I felt the journey in here while reading. During the few episodes, I was holding onto this one small rope of hope that Je ha would fall in love with Choi Yoo jin. But ugh the disappointment kept following when he declared his love for Anna.

The iconic umbrella scene of Je Ha and Choi Yoo jin was really the turning point of it all tbh. But the show had to go with the tradition that lead boy and girl has to end up together. I felt so disappointed, really. So when I saw this article, at least it made me happy that someone thinks the same way as me. And considering my name in here, Yoojin, I got it from the drama because I'm really a fan of Madam Choi Yoo jin. ♡

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Plus, the one picture above somehow showed that Yoo jin somehow wanted Je ha to choose her instead of Anna. I felt like she wanted to be loved and that the loyalty Je Ha has been giving her fluttered her heart.

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Since the start, I always found Anna as useless character. And the child mind didn't really help.

I didn't need a love story, a sexy dog-cat relationship between the villain Choi Yoo Jin and the nice guy K2 would be enough for me. It was not a show where I was excepted cuteness and pure and innocent love. I wanted badass characters and action.

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I had to log in to say I agree wholeheartedly. Jeha and Yoojin had so much chemistry! I also stopped watching after the ramyun-dancing stalking scene because it was clear where the romance was going. I’m going to imagine this article as canon.

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I quit after the ramyun. The "first romance" with the innocent girl-child character didn't suit Je ha's character, and it certainly didn't serve the drama at all. This should have been a spicy noona/action drama.

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I think anna and jaeha is actually perfect in paper, than her new way and her sheltered life bring back something lost in jaeha,
yoojin and jaeha is too alike that they has chemistry but they don't like each other,

the problem is in the execution and how anna doesn't has that much power than yoojin so people sided with yoojin,
yoojin and jaeha is disaster cause yoojin ambition and jaeha peacefull tendency can't make them going well for long time, it's a burning passion that will burn both,
jaeha and anna open a new world for each other

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This is where the show should have gone. The writer needs to stay away from writing dramas after the mess both yongpal and the k2 were.
I was so excited after waiting for JCW to come back to kdramas after Healer and then when I started watching the first episode and anna’s over dramatic barefoot running in Spain, I already knew it was gonna be a mess. The ramyun scene was ridiculous and the ending infuriating. Even JCW shaded the writer in post drama interviews.

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i love this one!

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I wish I wrote this piece! Totally agree 100%! We need justice for Madam Choi's character. She deserved to be the female lead who Je-Ha falls in love with. Their chemistry is intense. I don't think anybody will notice if the other female character just disappears. What a waste.

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It is true that Je ha had more convincing chemistry with Yoo jin than Anna but still I wanted their relation ship be more dynamic than a romantic one, somewhere the Yoon ah and Chang wook looked forced but since they both are beautiful so they made beautiful couple, but I must admit Anna and Subway ad made the series hard to watch at some point, too much endorsement.

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I need a devoted fan to make K2 cuts so I can watch this version of the drama. I had to read this again just to reimagine it. I have a feeling I will often come back to read this post.

The drama that it could have been....

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