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By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Funny series about K-Drama and fans has some violence.

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What works best in this series is the tongue-in-cheek parody of the perfect K-Drama world--and its rabid fans. The first season of Dramaworld was aired in 2016 in 10-minute episodes that used the short format to dramatic effect. The story was told succinctly, the punchlines were funny, and the cliffhangers were copious. The second season uses a longer format, delving into the sci-fi element of the show a little more deeply.

The romance feels juicy, and the comedy can be very funny. When it takes itself too seriously, the show loses momentum. Teens and adult fans of K-Drama or parodies will enjoy engaging with this outside/inside take on a genre with a very devoted following.

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