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This blog is dedicated to all the Asian Drama Problems one might have when watching them.

Every day, you'll receive one Asian Drama Problem and for each 9 problems, there will be a PRO.

If you would like to submit your own problems or pros, you can click on the submit button on the right side --->
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Asian Drama Problems #78:

Buffering.

- Submitted by: ultimatecozzie

Asian Drama Problems #77:

When you want to keep watching a drama but you have to go to work or school.

- Submitted by: ultimatecozzie

Asian Drama Problems #76:

When couples don’t communicate at all and then wonder why their relationship is failing.

- Submitted by: brattylittledongsaeng

Asian Drama Problems #75:

When the shower scenes are too short.

- Submitted by: ultimatecozzie

Asian Drama Problems #74:

When a drama is so bad that even a diehard fan of one of the leads can’t stand to watch til the end.

- Submitted by: brattylittledongsaeng

Asian Drama Problems #73:

When the subs are too long and you can’t read them in time.

- Submitted by: pleopods-of-passion

darkness323 said: I just stumbled upon this blog and I'd like to say that I relate to each and every one of them. It's like all my frustrations with dramas are here. lol Anyways, I just wanted to say wonderful blog & keep up the good work~! :D

Thank you!! It gets quite busy trying to manage three different Asian Drama Blogs at the same time and trying to find time to even enjoy watching them so thank you for the comment! *Hugs*

Tagged with: #thank you  #darkness323  

Asian Drama Problems #72:

When a character stands in an obvious place watching others and is somehow not seen.

- Submitted by: vespertilio111 

Asian Drama Problems #71:

When a main lead gets amnesia and forgets their lover.

- submitted by: vespertilio111

Asian Drama Pros #70:

When characters seem to beat the clock at the last minute (after minutes of dramatic running)