Sunday, August 20, 2017

School 2017 Episodes 9-10 Memes

So much chemistry between the leads in the drama and it just keeps building. When I think there couldn't be more chemistry - suddenly there is. I'm surprised how sometimes the chemistry between the leads in high school dramas is more intense than in other dramas. I think it's because they can't rely heavily on skinship in a high school drama (because it's not super appropriate) so they have to build the emotional chemistry instead. The result to me is much more compelling. I hate nothing more than when a show gets lazy and relies on skinship alone to build the relationship when the leads have no chemistry otherwise. In general, that's one of the reasons I prefer Kdramas is because they're better at building relationships than Western Dramas where the characters jump right into bed with each other. I feel like Kdramas have had more skinship lately, which would be great if the chemistry didn't suffer, but honestly in a few cases it has. Anyway, sorry for the rant but that's one of the reasons why I'm so into School 2017, because it recalls those intense feels that dramas have always given me in the past - only the School 2017 couple has some of the strongest chemistry I've seen in a long time. You can find all my School 2017 posts here and in the meantime, here are my memes from week 5.


  1. I agree with you 100% about the chemistry and skinship. It's one of my favorite things about kdramas too. Plus, sometimes, once the skinship starts (or if there's too much), all the physical tension fizzles away.

    1. I totally agree about how sometimes the tension is gone when the skinship starts. That's how I felt about Suspicious Partner. It was so good and I was so into it, and then when they escalated the skinship, it lost that tension. It still ended a good drama, but it lost some of its potential.


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