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10 Korean Dramas Are Criticized For Their Controversial Storylines

10 Korean Dramas Are Criticized For Their Controversial Storylines

Recently, Thirty-Nine received criticism after the broadcast of episode 6 on Thursday (3/3/2022). 

This is due to the storyline which is considered to normalize the affair. As a result, the drama postponed its broadcast for a week.

Not always welcomed, a number of other Korean dramas have also received criticism due to the storyline which is considered to have sparked controversy. 

What dramas do you mean? 

1. Despite scoring high ratings, Empress Ki (2013) was criticized for distorting South Korean history

2. Despite having an interesting story, Mr. Sunshine (2018) received harsh criticism. Starting from the chronology of the story to the formation of the characters

3. Netizens boycotted, Joseon Exorcist (2021) canceled due to disrespecting Korean history by bringing real characters into fictional stories

4. Receiving criticism, Backstreet Rookie (2020) is considered to depict high school students inappropriately because it involves sexual matters

5. Considered unethical, Melancholia (2020) was also criticized for bringing a love story between students and their teachers

6. Considered harassing Islam, Man Who Dies to Live (2017) was boycotted by various countries

7. The plot is considered boring, the production team had to condense A Piece of Your Mind (2020) into 12 episodes



8. Even though the petition was rejected, Snowdrop (2021) was criticized before its release for being considered to be distorting history

9. The impact of the Joseon Exorcist (2021), Mr. Queen (2021) has been criticized again for vilifying history

10. Despite being popular and receiving high ratings, Twenty-Five, Twenty-One (2022) is said to support underage romance

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