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Revolutionizing Justice: Participatory Verdicts in K-Dramas

Dive into app-based verdicts, discuss implications for justice and society, and share your thoughts on this intriguing concept.

ᜌᜓᜃᜒ (Yuki)

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Imagine a world where the power to decide a person’s guilt or innocence is no longer solely in the hands of the legal system but is instead placed directly into the hands of the public. This intriguing concept has been brought to life in two captivating K-drama TV series: The Devil Judge (악마판사) and The Killing Vote (국민사형투표). In a unique twist, both shows invite the public to cast their votes on the fate of the accused, evoking a sense of agency and empowerment that resonates deeply with…

Reaction: Exploring the Emotional Depths of «Do You Like Brahms?»

A reaction about the message and pain on the K-drama «Do You Like Brahms?»

ᜌᜓᜃᜒ (Yuki)

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I recently began watching the Tagalog-dubbed version of Do You Like Brahms? (브람스를 좋아하세요?) on Viu OTT after missing its original 2020 airing due to the deep pain caused by the end of my 15-year relationship. As I watch the series now, I find it surprisingly painful.


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