Understanding deeply that nobody wants a brutal analysis of this candyfloss, I have stuck to talking about two things that I found really interesting:
(ONE) how the drama tries to equate the female lead's wariness of men to the male lead's shallow beliefs and hostile reactions to women... and then undermines its own thesis
(TWO) how the male leads in romantic k-dramas go through an emotional journey, whereas the female leads go through social ones
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