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Yeon Joo is stuck in the world of W, and Kang Chul is bothered by the way Yeon Joo looks at him. Chul Ho gets in trouble with the appearance of the real culprit, but the culprit tells Chul Ho about what’s going to happen next.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of W from 49 votes.
Yeon Joo’s professor urgently calls Yeon Joo and asks her to get a spoiler about a popular graphic novel series, W, from her father. He promises that he will give her the opportunity to perform a surgery if she does, so she visits her father.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of W from 81 votes.
Sung Moo gets his face back. He remembers the real culprit’s memories and looks for Yeon Joo, but he soon finds out that Yeon Joo is dead. Meanwhile, Kang Chul falls into Han Chul Ho’s trap while trying to look for the tablet.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of W from 41 votes.
Yeon Joo comes back to the real world and discovers that Sung Moo has lost his face. She finds out that the story was being drawn by the real culprit. Yeon Joo takes Sung Moo’s tablet and starts drawing again to save Kang Chul.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of W from 46 votes.
Yeon Joo is back in the world of W, and she meets Kang Chul at the courthouse. Meanwhile, Han Chul Ho kidnaps Doh Yoon in order to get ahold of Kang Chul. Yeon Joo and Kang Chul try to decide on the ending of the story.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of W from 39 votes.
Kang Chul heads to Myung Sei Hospital to see Yeon Joo. On his way, he sees the advertisement of the graphic novel <W> and heads to a bookstore. Kang Chul realizes who he is and decides to make a proper ending for himself.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of W from 60 votes.
Yeon Joo hurriedly heads to Sung Moo’s workroom, but Sung Moo has already been shot by Kang Chul. Kang Chul leaves his last letter to Yeon Joo, and heads to the Han River Bridge to make a proper ending for himself.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of W from 56 votes.
A funeral service for Kang Chul is held in the world of W. Kang Chul and Yeon Joo dream of having a happy and ordinary life of a couple in the real world. However, another variable appears and the real culprit escapes and kidnaps Yeon Joo.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of W from 44 votes.
Kang Chul wakes up from sleep as if nothing has happened, and Yeon Joo gets arrested in Kang Chul’s world. Yeon Joo tells Kang Chul that they should creat a new sequel on their own. Kang Chul decides to give up on catching the real culprit.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of W from 55 votes.
Yeon Joo bleeds in Kang Chul’s world, and Chul is worried that she could die. The real culprit is out in the real world and finds Yeon Joo. He tries to shoot her. To fix everything, Kang Chul asks Yeon Joo to draw something.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of W from 48 votes.
Soo Bong starts to believe what Yeon Joo says about getting dragged into the world of W. Yeon joo gets dragged into the graphic novel once again, and Kang Chul takes her to his place. He starts to ask questions about her.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of W from 66 votes.
Yeon Joo and Kang Chul escape from their safe house after getting surrounded by the police. Kang Chul goes to Han Chul Ho in order to rescue Doh Yoon. However, Han Chul Ho now knows about the world of W. Will Chul be able to have a happy ending?
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of W from 49 votes.
Kang Chul tells Hyun Seok that Yeon Joo is the only one who can reveal the secrets of his life. Meanwhile,Yeon Joo gets arrested because of So Hee. Kang Chul visits Yeon Joo in prison and tells her to answer his question in order to go back.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of W from 62 votes.
Yeon Joo gets dragged into the story again, but Kang Chul doesn’t recognize her anymore. In order to make a logical happy ending, Sung Moo draws the real culprit’s face, and it’s the face that Kang Chul can reasonably accept as the real culprit.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of W from 46 votes.
Sung Moo, who has disappeared for a while, is back. Yeon Joo tries to figure out what has happened to her last night, but Sung Moo doesn’t tell her anything. Meanwhile, Sung Moo starts drawing again to kill Kang Chul.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of W from 70 votes.
As soon as Kang Chul realizes once again that he is the character in a graphic novel, a gate to the real world appears. Kang Chul talks with the real culprit in Sung Moo’s workshop. The real culprit says that Chul will soon cease to exist.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of W from 45 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
_"One of the best dramas of the decade, one of the best I have ever watched."_ — ichrei, 2017. W is all I want a drama to be, it delivers everything I can imagine. Big words, I know. So... everybody knows that modern TV is rather predictable and producers rarely go off the safe path in terms of what they produce and how they write their shows. It is only natural given the laws of economy. Broadcasters want to attract as many viewers as possible, a wide audience that can generate $$$! W is no exception to that rule! What sets W from other shows apart is its non-conventional story progression, it's "almost out of this world". Guys, I don't know, maybe they had no clue that they'd strayed off the safe path and when they realized it was already too late? Maybe this is just one big mistake? I went into the series not really knowing much, expecting a standard love story — just to get this off my chest, I have absolutely nothing against conventional romantic stories, kyaaa~!!! — with some suspense to keep me tied to my comfy chair. I still vividly remember the moment I realized that this wasn't gonna be another boring show. I felt like I had just been thrown against a hard brick wall. W is a punishment for my things-never-change-with-TV type of thinking. W is a fresh-esque take on modern TV, if I may say so. W really is non-conventional! It's *so not* predictable! You'll quickly come to realize it's predictably unpredictable! If you're into suspense/romance, don't even think twice and move it to your watchlist! I would feel absolutely no shame recommending _W_ to people who don't watch dramas. It's an awesome show!
No rly this is da sh11t!!!^ ^ SRLSLY!
Unique story. Love the plot until the 5th episode. The rest for me is just meh. But not saying it's really bad.
This show is all about the Happy Ending!!! Hyo-Joo and Jong-suk are such bad actors that I had to skip all emotional scenes . At some point it was unbearable and i stopped watching .. But this is such an Interesting story that I had to complete it... The writers of the show crafted a plot that is bound to keep you on your toes and send your brain into overdrive. It’s not the most intelligent story I’ve seen. _At times it's confusing and borders on being nonsensical, but it’s logical enough to make it worth watching_. W is especially intriguing because of its unpredictability - even if you grow used to the plot, each new problem creates an addicting mystery. You become determined to understand exactly what will happen next. While I enjoyed W and the anxiety its suspense caused me, this drama is not perfect. A show amazing in concept, it fails to deliver in some of the most important aspects. One thing I found particularly problematic was the romance. Some might disagree, but I found Kang Chul and Yeon Joo’s loveline to be one of the most poorly-written in any K-drama I’ve seen. I’ll admit that there was incredible potential in their relationship. However, the writers never give you any reason to like this couple except that they just are a couple - it’s the unspoken drama rule that because they’re the main characters, they have to be together. Is the romance necessary? **Yes**- to an extent. Love is the easiest way to connect the two main characters. But trust me; that romance sucks badly. In the beginning episodes, you find it cute. What’s not adorable about a cool guy who’s curious about this ditzy girl? Then, you suddenly hit the point of doubt: but…but why, though? Why are they together? How? Sadly, there is no satisfying answer to these questions I recommend you to watch this drama, but simultaneously caution yourself against the blinding hype that it received. The end product of this show was nothing near to the perfection that I expected it to have, but it also wasn’t anything close to being bad. ==To me the incredible bad acting by the cast has ruined all the fun.== >Don’t expect a masterpiece. Watch it; have fun with it! This is a Thriller Drama with unpredictable story/plots for a K-Drama.
Eu gostei muito da serie mas o final poderia ter sido melhor tomara q tenha uma proxima temporada
This series has kept me on the edge of my seat with every single episode. W starts off as any Kdrama would, with the promise of an entertaining love story and a pretty second female lead, funny situations sprinkled here and there, delivered in a sci-fi package. I was really curious to find out how long Oh Yeon Joo could keep the truth hidden from Kang Cheol, who the real murderer of his Kang Cheol's family could be and how this information would influence the comic's storyline and its protagonists' actions. W turned out to be surprisingly original in its plot twists and solutions. I am glad to see the series veered off the standard Kdrama course the way it did (yet kept the romance sizzling, which I did not mind at all ;-) Oh Yeon Joo x Kang Cheol <3). If you enjoyed The Truman Show and Dramaworld, I am sure you will love W.
Don’t know about you, but since the lockdown, I have had more free time than ever. Maybe it’s because we did not actually realize how much time we were wasting. So the other day, whilst I was pouring myself a glass of wine, I remembered how much I love and missed genre “Fantasy”. It was my favorite genre since growing up, maybe because I was too much into Avatar, but yeah I miss it. So today let’s talk about best fantasy TV shows.
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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