If you're enjoying a show, it seems desirable that you're going to see more of it. The problem is, the ending has to be rejiggered, and ends up appearing contrived. I noticed this a lot with B Bunch, which I think would have been better over all if it had been ten episodes shorter, and had a 'tighter' ending.
Personally, I think most K-dramas are too long. "Long" can be relative; a 16-episode drama can be too long if they don't develop the concept (which almost always is the case). Whereas I didn't think "Who's My Love" was too long at 65 or however many episodes it was. "Dae Jang Geum" was a too long, but I loved it anyway; but it was just so obvious that they were repeating the same stuff to keep the show going. You're right about the danger of having to rejigger the ending; they are sort of betraying their original concept for the sake of continuing to get big ratings.
On the right at the top of the set of pictures is a thingy to scroll down. There are pages for each actor and pages for the weddings. Under "two shot" is where the individual actresses start, from the oldest sister down, men next, then the older women. They don't have individual URLs that I could find.
Last Edit: Apr 20, 2007 20:09:33 GMT -5 by ginnycat5