This drama is the very first drama I watched after watching tons of american shows for years (I started watching korean dramas around 7 months ago) and since there are way too many shows thats ending/was cancelled last year, I switched to watching korean dramas.I honestly am very picky in the shows and dramas I watch. As for the number of twists in this drama, I think it's pretty normal. I honestly think that this drama deserves much more.
South Korea started to broadcast television series in the 1960s.
First of all, most dramas are produced as a complete series with a fully developed storyline for a specific number of episodes (1-100 ), after which the series ends and the actors move on to a new one.
Occasionally, extra episodes or even an additional season is added to extend an extremely popular drama, but this is unusual.
Screenplays are flexible and may change anytime during production, depending on viewers' feedback, putting actors in a difficult position. Korean dramas are extremely popular worldwide, partially due to the spread of the Korean Wave, with streaming services that offer multiple language subtitles.
Some of the most famous dramas have been broadcast via traditional television channels; for example, Dae Jang Geum (2003) was sold to 91 countries.