Love to Hate You: A Friendly Battle of the Sexes With Shaky Gender Politics
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Understanding deeply that nobody wants a brutal analysis of this candyfloss, I have stuck to talking about two things that I found really interesting: (ONE) how the drama tries to equate the female lead's wariness of men to the male lead's shallow beliefs and hostile reactions to women... and then undermines its own thesis (TWO) how the male leads in romantic k-dramas go through an emotional journey, whereas the female leads go through social ones Leave me your thoughts in a voice note here: MORE EPISODES YOU'LL LIKE: Episode 144: Year-end Yak (Part 1) Episode 145: The Interest of Love NEWSLETTER: Join our email list for the monthly newsletter with podcast announcements and special episodes! PATRONS: SPECIAL THANK YOU to our beloved patrons for another year of helping us light the lanterns to sail our ship! Join our Patreon here! ❤︎ You can also support us by leaving a review on your podcast app, or sharing the episode with friends! ❤︎ SOCIAL: Follow us on Twitter @dramasoverflow and Instagram @dramasoverflowers_. Email us at [email protected] CREDITS: This episode was edited by Paroma Dramas Over Flowers is part of the Frolic Podcast Network.
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