With anime, you get your usually dose of Light Novel adaptions where a (nobody) boy finds himself in another world where he had to fight along with people he meets, or a failed idol show, or a school slice of life series that has no OTP. I do think the acting could be better with the people who weren't Korean (I mean, let's be real here.With kdrama's, you get your usual dose of boring slice of life stories with little to no drama that run for over 16-20 episodes, when the show can easily be condensed into 3 episodes, and people start losing interests after episode 5. Some of them were just plain out terrible), but the storyline itself is just so humane.It even gives the second pairing a good amount of time to develop.But most importantly, THERE WERE NO WASTED EPISODES!
Song joong ki n song hye kyo really make a good couple... The cast, story, chemistry, graphics was amazing..... Hope it does get better, considering its reputation. The kdrama industry is very much like the anime industry in their own ways.The thief is injured during his capture and is sent to the hospital. He proves to her that he is a soldier with the help of army doctor Myeong-Joo (Kim Ji-Won).Dae-Young realises his cellphone was stolen by the thief and goes to the hospital to retrieve his cellphone. Shi-Jin and Mo-Yeon begin to date, but due to their jobs their dates don't go well.You know how hard it is to watch a kdrama that has a storyline that can easily fit in as movie-length, that is instead fleshed out into 16-20 episodes? Literally, just because you have 1-2 important scenes in the episode, doesn't actually make the episode that important, because you wasted all the other parts.DOTS takes all its time and has a grand story that wastes no episodes.Yeah there were cheesy moments, but the relationships themself were just so undeniably real.