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Kdramas with
debatable ends

Ayushi Agrawal

Nov 14, 2022


The pick between Han Ji Pyeong and Nam Do San continued right until the end of the drama which saw Nam Joo Hyuk’s ship sailing through.


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Image: tvN

Twenty-Five, Twenty-One

Many made a big deal out of the two leads not ending up together.

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It was unclear as to how the drama’s main couple reconciled, leaving many unsatisfied.

Cheese in the Trap

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As IU’s character returns to the modern world, her story with Lee Joon Gi’s character makes for a sad end, making fans want a season 2.

Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo

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While Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin had their happily ever after (even in real life), the second couple of Seo Ji Hye and Kim Jung Hyun deserved better.

Crash Landing on You

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Does Han Ji Min’s character end up with the original Prince Lee Gak or his reincarnation? So many questions were left unanswered.

Rooftop Prince

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Love Alarm

As the drama even renewed for a season 2, it left a bitter taste for so many viewers with the storyline.

The real and in-game world falling into each other created a lot of confusion at the end of the show.

Memories of the Alhambra

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Image: tvN

The one show that managed to ruin a happy ending by making it seem too light after a lot of depth at the start.

Record Of Youth

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Both the seasons of the show happened to end in break-ups and while that is acceptable, they seemed strange.

Yumi’s Cells

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