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[Drama chat] Your fastest drama binge


With such a fast-paced and non-stop airing schedule, it’s often hard to go back and watch dramas you missed — whether they’re from last month, last year, or a decade ago. Even so, there’s nothing quite like having an entire drama right at your fingertips. You can cancel your plans and watch it straight through, or you know, sleep two hours when you should be sleeping eight. All’s fair in dramaland.

My fastest binge to date is probably Happiness, which I finished in maybe 4 or 5 days? But, it’s only 12 episodes, and I was sick, so that’s my excuse. Definitely had nothing to do with the well-plotted story or the dreamiest hero I’ve seen in a while. Nope.
 

What’s your fastest drama binge to date? What did you watch, and how long (or, uh, not long) did it take?

 
Let the chatting begin!
 
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Kingdom 1st season, in 6-7 hours, Kingdom 2nd season too 👍🏻 it's THAT good

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I have three fastest, and they all star Kim Sun-a: 𝗠𝘆 𝗟𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗹𝘆 𝗦𝗮𝗺 𝗦𝗼𝗼𝗻, 𝗦𝗰𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗼𝗳 𝗮 𝗪𝗼𝗺𝗮𝗻, 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗜 𝗗𝗼, 𝗜 𝗗𝗼. I’m not a particularly huge KSA fan, it just turned out that way. Where I live, summers are miserably hot. Like now. Unless you’re somewhere near a body of water, most people stay inside in the heat of the day. That’s when I binge. I start on Saturday and usually finish on Tuesday.

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Just been drinking margaritas and listening to live music on the San Antonio Riverwalk, so no binge-watching right now. Back to Blighty and 60s F later this week.

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Ah, yes. Margaritas along the Riverwalk. I have fond memories. I'm in Austin, just up I-35 from SA. I hope you enjoy the rest of your trip.

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I used to be an adept k-drama-binger (at least some 4-5 years ago). I usually binge-watched a 16 eps drama in less than a week. Especially when it's easy-to-digest romcom, or hard-to-put-down suspenseful thriller. 4 days would be more than enough to finish those kind of dramas.

So, the official answer to that question is: most of old school romcoms and OCN's gritty crime-thrillers.

Nowadays, though, I found myself "binge-ing" drama in a much, much slower pace than I would spend watching it live. My current binge-watch, C-drama Sword Snow Stride, has been ongoing for 6 months with no quick finish line in sight. I'm almost resigned to it. 🤷‍♀️

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When I first started watching k-dramas, I finished dozens of 16-episode dramas in 1-2 days each. I'd watch one and if I liked it, I'd look up other dramas of the actors and watch those. Rinse, repeat 😬.

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Same! Rinse and repeat is the right way to describe that!! XD

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Yep! Everything I watched the first 6 months or so was a fast binge.

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My very first BOF. It took me 2 full days and 2 half days to complete it, making it roundabout 3 days for 25 episodes. The break came because I inevitably got sick. This was my first time watching a series, let alone binge watching it and I just could not stop because BOF was so addictive. But I vowed to never be that careless again, or so I thought lol. I have never binge watched anything that way again. I usually live watch and if the show is already complete I will maximum watch 2, 3 episodes in a day. I remember breaking that rule for Kill Me heal Me where I watched 8 episodes in a day. Recently I binge watched Legally Romance and it was quite addictive and fun, but never crossed 4 episodes of 40 minutes each in a day. I genuinely feel sick and bad whenever I binge watch, as if I'm wasting my time that should be spent on more productive things. But honestly I don't have anything other to do anyway. So I only binge watch a show when I was late to the party and if I really want to watch it, otherwise if I missed it live there is a hard chance I'll check it again. Also whenever binge watching I try to not watch beyond 2 episodes in a day, cdramas can go upto 4 or 5.

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BoF was my second drama ever and I watched it in...I want to say 2 days and 2 hours. With a 10 hour break to go to work, work, and go home again. That Tuesday delightful gal A introduced me to coffee prince and I watched 3 eps that night, 4 the next and 4 the next and finished the rest that night at work. And that night I watched the first ep and a half of BoF. Even though I got off work at 4, made it home around 4:45 and had to be at work at 8:30 I finished the ep. Came home from work, took a power nap and didn't move from my chair until I had to go to work where I watched the last episode. I still remember all of my student workers laughing at me. The final episode is SO DRAMATIC! At one point I threw a computer and straight snatched a checklist from a student worker and said I was doing their job. Came back. Sat down and BURST into tears. At that point I was the evenings entertainment as everyone turned around in the chairs to watch me watch the last bit of the last episode as I kept yelling at everyone that the lunch box TASTES DIFFERENT.
It was then I knew I had a kdrama problem.

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My fastest ever drama binge was "Nirvana in Fire".

I was going to pace myself but once you start, Mei Changsu's schemes just draw you in and never let go, Finished the whole drama in 3 days.

I regret nothing.

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It is a great show- my wife is currently re-watching it.

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Impressive. I was pretty close to that too.

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I am not a binger. It can take me over a month to watch a drama, even a drama I really like, especially when I’m also jugging currently-airing shows.

But I have a very specific instance where the weekend before an organic chemistry exam, my least favorite class in the history of the world that made me feel like an idiot and gave me ridiculous amounts of stress, I started watching Shut Up: Flower Boy Band. I finished all 16 episodes within 24 hours, only stopping to sleep, basically.

A large part of that anomaly was definitely me wishing to completely ignore reality and the fact that I really should be studying for my exam or else I will definitely fail, but I’m sure another part of it was just that teenage rocker angst. It’s addictive.

To date it is the only drama I’ve finished in a day.

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Hi Mindy! I just wanted to say my hate for org chem is only second to physics, both of which i had to repeat, to my eternal dismay and probably the lecturers too 😆

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See, I LOVED physics!

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A friend came over to visit and found me on my knees scraping away at the grime under the fridge, which I'd shoved into the middle of the room. It took only a second or two for him to ask, "Oh, when's your chemistry exam?".
A Kdrama binge would have been so much more fun!

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😂😂

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The only time I finished a standard 16-episode K-drama within a day was when I binged-watched Forest of Secrets Season 1. At 11pm on a Friday, I decided I'd take a look at ep1 of a show that I'd heard so much about. At 6am I was still glued to my laptop.

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ahhh...I found my kdrama soul mate! hahaha!

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I think it was Yumi’s cells and it was finished over a weekend but as I binge watch most of my dramas it’s hard to remember if there was one I did before that quicker. Some like Hospital playlist I wanted to eek out so only watched a couple of episodes at a time. I wake up at stupid o’clock most days so I can easily watch 2-3 episodes and still have plenty of time before work especially if I am working from home.

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I finished "Someday or One Day" is three days, which is a record for me. I try to limit my episode consumption to just two per day because I find that if I go over that, I'm not truly enjoying everything the drama has to offer even if I really love it. But with "Someday or One Day," before I knew it I had watched five episodes over the course of one day, and had to keep going at that pace because I simply needed to know how everything would turn out. I also had successfully avoided spoilers but was afraid my willpower to do so would wane, so that fueled the binge as well.

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I binge watched Someday or One Day on weekend (2 day).

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Too many to list.
I was a serial binge watcher until I started live-watching last year. I would watch 16 episodes drama in 1 day (average 1- 2 days) because what's sleep when you have a Kdrama 😂😂😂.

Now that I watch upto 7 live dramas it can take me 1-2 weeks to binge a drama except on weekends where I can still binge in a day or 2

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Ten Miles of Peach Blossom 58 eps in 3 days. I rarely rewarch dramas but I just Love this drama, this is my second time. The 1st time watching it, I watched while it was still aired. Though binge watch half of it in 2 days.

Binge watch Giant 60 eps in 4 days. Hah

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Ten miles of peach blossom is a beautiful love story you did well to finish it in 3 days!

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I always try to live-watch so I can make up-to-date comments, so...

My fastest (and only recent) binges are whatever whole series lands on Friday and I want to be able to rate it on Saturday's What We're Watching.

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Netflix Originals (Sweet Home, Move to Heaven, D.P., Squid Game, My Name, Hellbound, The Silent Sea), which are made to be binged. They premiere on Fridays, are 10 episodes or less, I finish in one weekend, and they end on cliffhangers.

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Netflix originals indeed are made for bingeing. Just binged Stranger Things 4 Vol 1 yesterday, for example (7 episodes straight!). For Kdramas - my fastest watch would be the first 4 from your list too - Sweet Home, Move to Heaven, D.P, and Squid Game. The rest though , it took me sometime to finish (and I never went beyond Ep 1 of The Silent Sea).

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Not necessarily my fastest, but certainly my most memorable binge: You Who Came from the Stars.

I binged the entire the weekend before I was supposed to take the national ethics exam to practice law. I had already taken ethics, so I really just needed to review what was being tested, but I literally had forgotten I signed up to take the exam until two weeks before it was administered. I had not touched the materials for the exam and planned to study them over the weekend since the exam was eight days away.

Enter Kim Soo-hyun. I didn't touch the books until Sunday night, and that was mostly to print out the outlines. I ended up watching the lectures on double speed (a blessing in disguise because the lecturer was incredibly obnoxious). I remember sitting in my car after the exam and thinking that even if I needed to retake it, I did not regret my actions. Somehow, I passed with flying colors.

I'm not saying to follow my example, but sometimes I think our brains need that kind of rest before something big. There are worse things you could do than watch an alien fall in love with the absolutely fabulous Cheon Song-yi, who remains one of my favorite drama characters to this day. I like to think I walked into that exam channeling a little bit of her attitude.

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Not sure it was the fastest, but I've watched Yumi's Cells (14 episodes) recently and got surprised when I finished it in just 2 days..pretty fast for me tbh

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For me that would be either GOBLIN, THE GREAT AND LONELY GOD or perhaps MARRIAGE NOT DATING. Of course, whether or not I can binge watching anything is in part a function of my work and whether or not my wife is also interested in the same show (she binges with me then). And I watch many currently airing shows so obviously that would be the opposite of binge-watching.

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Marriage not dating I enjoyed binge watching that one too.

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My husband and I binge watched Weightlifting Kim Bok Joo over 3 days. I forgot about that. I drank soju every time he called her “fatty” or was mean to her. That’s probably why I keep forgetting about it!

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That would be a good explanation for a gap in your memory. It sounds like you had fun.

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This one wasn't the fastest binge as it had so many eps (a weekend drama), but I remembered it very fondly as Joo Won and UEE were everything. The drama's name is Ojakgyo Brothers. Love it to pieces.

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I loved that one! I think that was about the time I came across Dramabeans too - I was watching before the subs came out, and desperately looking for explanations of exactly what was happening! (I don't remember where I found those, but found Dramabeans as well).

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I feel like I have many.... Dramas that I dropped after watching the premiere or trying more than the premiere and didnt like but still wanted to know how it would end...
One example that i remember... High society. Interesting that it also has Park Hyun sik in it...
I may have watched a tiny bit because of him, but really, the rest of the cast were awful and the characters were awful and I fast forwarded almost everything!!!!! LOL

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W:two worlds in one weekend

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I finished my very first drama, Boys Over Flowers, in around 2.5 days. That's the fastest I've ever binged anything and probably the fastest I ever will binge anything.

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I don’t know for sure my fastest, but one more memorable was when I went to visit my sister for a long weekend (my first time away by myself after having my third child) and we spent basically the entire time just binging My Girlfriend Is A Gumiho (again). I regret nothing.

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Healer in three days, one of which was a workday. My employer may not have gotten their money's worth from me that day. 😆 No regrets.

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Coffee Prince was mine. I think I saw it in 4 overnights. So 10-11pm-2/3 am and then work at 7 am. The power of Gong Yoo. 😂

Moonlight drawn by Clouds was about a week. And I’ve done others like that too. Fated to Love You, My Ahjussi, Cinderella and the 4 Knights.

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Not proud of it, but I binged K2 in 2 or 2 and a half days. I even took a day off from work. Maybe that’s why I didn’t have time to drop it lol

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You took a day off for watching a drama! 🤣 I’m so impressed, Joy!

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It was a hot mess of a drama but boy was it addictive! 😂

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When I watched K2, it was one of my first kdramas so I eyerolled a lot and did not understand the high ratings. Now that I have watched ~70 dramas, I've reconsidered the amont of disbelief suspension and plot hole that I accept and I have come to appreciate K2 more.

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My fastest was a Chinese drama over a weekend, Qing Luo. This drama is so satisfying and I believe a testament of good storytelling. An FL and ML who are competent, very little noble idiocy, fast-paced story (it helps that it's not 50 freaking episodes long!), and the couple doesn't get boring after actually coupling.
I wish all dramas could be formatted this way!

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I will check this one out, it sounds good. I've never heard of it before!

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My wife watched it and thought that it was very good.

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I usually only watch one or two episodes max in a given day, but I've never gotten through 50 episodes faster than I did while watching The Untamed. I don't remember exactly how long it took, but it was way less time than it should have, and I regret nothing.

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Fastest... I guess anything that was 10 episodes in a day?
Let me see if I have any specific details in my Master Watched List...

Circle- day and a half, depending on how you measure a day.
Okay that's the fastest (by rate of episodes) I have on record- I think I started it the evening before and then binged the rest of the show the entire next day.
So like what, max 11 episodes in a waking day? Yeah.

I used to binge dramas a lot more the first year and a half after getting into them- as I primarily watched dramas that had already aired. I don't remember at what rate this happened.

Now, I have eased off on the bingeing a lot more- as I find it difficult to watch much more than 3 episodes of the same thing in a day, and probably 5 in total, and my brain gets over stimulated, (cue: headaches and dreaming in Korean when you do not Speak Korean...)

I still have faster bingeing pockets; I have often binged the back half of a show, 6 or 7 episodes in one sitting (Squid Game, Squad 38, various cdramas) for example, but it's much more common for me to binge a show say, in a week, rather than a few days,and I'm much more likely to watch multiple different things a day to spread everything out.
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On the other end of the spectrum, it took me almost exactly a year and 2 months to finish Moonlight Drawn by Clouds, and a year and 5 months to finish Suspicious Partner, both watched in two halves, lmao.

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I binge like crazy, tbh. Always.

Some particular events I remember:
In 2017 I watched "What's Wrong With My Family?" in 2 days. That show has 53 episodes LOL. It was crazy.

My brother and I watched "Sweet Home" in one night. And then we watched half of "It's Okay Not To Be Okay". I was tired as hell but I couldn't sleep, it was fun and awful.

My most recent bingewatch is the american drama "Severance". It was last week. Those 9h were worth it, I liked it.

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It’s crazy, I know, but with an unseasonably cold weekend on my hands, I just finished 16 eps of I’m Sorry I Love You. So Jib Sub looking youthful scruffy hot and all. But the makjang - one really has to be in the mood to take it all in this drama. I’ve never seen people work so hard at being misunderstood. Yet, with hail pelting my window in June, I’m in awe of how ISILY sucks me in like no other Korean drama for a full-blown tear fest of emotional chaos.

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My drama watching is completely dependent of my mood so mostly I watch an episode a week of several dramas or watch a single drama to the exclusion of all other. Two such dramas were Sassy Go Go, which I watched over two days with a minimum of sleep and Scripting Your Destiny, which is so short I fit it in during a single evening/night.

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The Princess' Man = 28 episodes
started on friday night, finished on sunday night.

i started on a friday night... my daughter went to sleep seeing me sitting at my desk watching the drama friday night. saturday afternoon, i was sitting at my desk watching... saturday night, she went to bed seeing me there. sunday morning, she woke up and saw me sitting there and said to her dad, "mom hasn't moved all weekend!!" - i did sleep that night, but started watching soon after waking...

it was my favorite sageuk UNTIL... yes, until park shi hoo fell from grace by making a very dumb decision (his scandal).

i've not binged any other drama since then. it was a fun ride, tho...

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I think my fastest was Flower Boy Next Door. It was a terrible heatwave, so there was not much to do except sit in front of the fan and binge Kdramas.

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I’m not sure but maybe it was Hwarang who has the triple honour of being my first ever binge-watch, on fast forward, that introduced me to Park Seo Joon. Probably why i still remember the drama despite it being terrible.

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OMG--SAME. Except I didn't use fast forward. I suffered through every minute of Go Ara's sobbing . . . .

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Hahaha I couldn’t stand the hair! Anyway fast forward was so freeing, i could watch more dramas after that 😆

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My fastest was Move to Heaven in two days, although as others have noted, all of the episodes are less than an hour long and there are only ten of them. I was just sitting there for two afternoons, happy and sobbing and not pushing the button that would stop the next one from playing. And I love LJH so much.

I live in a decently cold-climate area, so over the winter (I've known about/been into dramas for less than a year at this point) I was watching pretty quickly. Maybe a little over a week for a normal 16 episodes? But I blasted through IOTNBO super fast (I want to say it was more like 4 days?) because I was leaving for a trip and wanted to finish it before I left!

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Binged My Name with a friend after exams got over for us one day😂. Liek In one day.....
My fastest though are Vincenzo and Ghost Doctor😍😍

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I binge-watched Encounter/Boyfriend in sort of a fever dream. It was like I opened a big bag of chocolates and then all of a sudden the bag was empty, my lap was covered with wadded-up wrappers, and I felt slightly nauseated . . . .

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For my wife and I, bingeing is a way of life, usually starting when I get off work in the late afternooon--although along with that goes the habit of dropping dramas midway in when I can't stand the inevitable weak episodes. I should be more patient in all respects!

But what I always, always, end up bingeing are chinese rom-coms. I like them fine, but as I get started on them and suddenly realize, at about 6 episodes in, that I still have 24-26 episodes to go, I panic, and start ploughing through them with liberal use of the fast forward button.

My record, though, was for what I think was a fairly well-known one, Love 020. It had some of the worst examples of the Chinese t.v. style of over the top acting I've ever seen. Yang Yang was supposed to be the ultimate heart throb, and therefore posed stiffly looking manly in a hilarious way in every scene. Meanwhile poor Zheng Shuang (who I understand is now blacklisted because of a bizarre surrogacy scandal) widened her eyes in abject terror every time Yang Yang touched her.

I got through 30 episodes of that in about 9 hours on a rainy Sunday. My wife dropped out at the 4 hour mark, swearing never to watch chinese rom-coms with me again.

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😂😂😂😂😂 Thanks for the warning! I just removed that from my overly long Netflix watch list. Stiff + terrified ≠ romantic for me, although "manly in a hilarious way" is oddly appealing.

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You could just check out a few episodes to see what I mean. There's a lot of video game dress up, so that takes a little while to get through, though.

The manly pose is something I have great personal experience with--standing with shoulders set, so they look broader then they actually are, crossing the arms to exude toughness, but also to show off the biceps, and if you are shirtless, thrusting the hips a little forward to display your toned abdominals. Not saying that I ever actually stood these ways myself, of course--Never!--I've just observed it.

The problem is, Yang Yang tends to treat her so condescendingly that you want to punch him, speaking of a stereotypically manly reaction.

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I find the shorter episode length of Chinese dramas makes them easier to binge - you start watching and before you know it you've watched 5 episodes.

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I've noticed the same ! Somehow the shorter duration of the episodes that sould take less of our time end up using a lot of the evening.

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Um, all of them? 😂

Unless the drama is currently airing (and I'm live watching it), I binge watch everything. I complete most dramas in two days, but the longer ones can take up to four. If it takes me a week, then I'm super busy in real life or I find the drama boring, haha.

I binge watch 2-3 dramas simultaneously so I can switch between them and not get burned out on one story.

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Ouch. This I recognise.

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This is me too. I pick one on Saturday afternoon, watch it the rest of the day/night, go to bed at 5:30am and then finish it on Sunday or Monday after work (for longer episodes, it just takes longer to watch those). This past weekend I did "Another Miss Oh" on Netflix. Finished it last night (Monday after work) - it was 18 hour-long episodes.

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I don't really binge dramas bcs I'm so not patient lol but I think my recent fastest binge was All of Us Are Dead, and the all time fastest binge was My Mister... You just can't stop with My Mister huh

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By coincidence, today I binged half of 'Love Is A Bonus Book' and will probably finish it tomorrow, unless life intervenes. I had been meaning to watc that show since 2019.

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Binge-watching the J-drama 'Kakafukaka' super-quick is nothing to brag about. I was over before I knew it.

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This drama was so weird... I didn't like it.

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I tend to watch live the dramas that interest me. So I guess Netflix productions are the ones I binge. I think the fastest one should be D.P., it was my favourite in their recent productions.

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I tend to watch 1 or 2 ep a day, and more on weekend so unless I need/want to pause or loose interest in the plot, dramas are fast consummed.
However, there are two that come to my mind when talking of binging : Kill it and Mysterious love (cdrama).
These two I have started a saturday and finished the day after. Why these 2 overcame my selfcontrol, I do not know since I prefer to take some time to digest the plot and pictures.

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Penthouse S1.
I did not watch the first season live and started it only a day or two for the broadcast of the final episode of S1. I started it and found myself clicking the "next episode " button every time. I binge watched the whole season in 3 days. That's been my fastest binge watch.

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I enhaled Reply 1988 in a weekend and became just dazed but oh so happy.

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I used to binge watch dramas years ago. Dramas like Signal, Tunnel, even Doctor Stranger (gosh i may sound like i like that drama for keep mentioning it... i did, now i don't!!!) i finished them in 4-5 days?
It's also easy to binge watch netflix dramas.
But i think, for last 2 years, i found that i no longer want to binge watch dramas i love. I want to savor the good times i have with those dramas longer.
I experience it with Happiness. after finishing 2nd episode, i thought about binge watching it, but naaaaahhhhh
I want to enjoy seeing Park Hyungsik and Yihyun on my screen for as long as i can. cos i love them (but if i have to choose, i love Yihyun more🥰😁)

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Discovery of Love… not proud of it but I remember burning the midnight oil just to finish the drama in one day! Didn’t even regret losing sleep.. drama’s one of my favs till now.

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I am not a binger but the closest I have come to it is just the last 7-14 days. I was in a little hiatus and awaiting the next cycle of dramas so I started and finished the excellent 20 episode cdrama mystery MEDICAL EXAMINER: DR. QIN (2016) (Viki). It was my introduction to the terrific actor Zhang Ruo Yang.

@gadis, should I follow up DR. QIN with Zhang Ruo Yang’s 38 episode SNOW SWORD STRIDE (2021) (Viki)? It won’t be a binge watch but I would work in an episode here and there like I am doing with the jdrama MIDNIGHT DINER (31 of 50 episodes watched).

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