What???? Am I reading this correctly?

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    I don’t think that’s correct.

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    I think it makes sense. The budget was poured into building that expensive set to be reused for more than just 18 episodes.
    Before the show aired there were articles on filming season 2 but I’m not sure if they are going ahead with it or not.

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      Then they should have used some of that money for an editor. I fear that this will end with nothing resolved.

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        LOL! you said it right @ndlessjoie!!!
        a good edit would make a helluva difference.

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        Most of k-drama and k-movies miss good editing. It’s made with hot needle and because of luck in materials and time they have poor editing. Pity!

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      Now that I think about it. I shouldn’t have been surprised at all. I mean the writers are known for 50+ episodes, except for Tree, so I should have known it all along.

      But I think the fact that the studio and Netflix didn’t officially announced it prior to broadcasting was a major booboo. What’s with the secrecy? And why break season 1 in 3 parts? Their marketing for this drama also sucked. Promoting this as the next Game of Thrones was ridiculous, but I would say Netflix had a say in that as Netflix is looking for the next Game of Thrones.

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    54? EPISODES? I dunno if I can shitpost 54 episodes of this thing. But also the pacing of it doesn’t fit a 54 episode show. It doesn’t fit a 18 episode one either but it’s not like this thing knows what it’s doing.
    Guess we’ll find out if it’s ever coming back…

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