Parents' Guide to

Woori The Virgin

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Korean adaptation has romance, comedy, and some innuendo.

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The K-drama version of Jane the Virgin, the U.S. series inspired by the Venezuelan hit Juana la Virgen, offers all the romantic comedy the franchise is known for. It succeeds at staying true to many of the plotlines present in the stateside version, and delivers some quirky and laughable moments. But Woori the Virgin pushes these stories through a single fourteen-episode season, which is much less than the roughly three years the U.S. version of the series origiunally aired. It isn't as sharply written as its stateside predecessor, either. All of this, combined with some expected cultural differences that are present in the narratives, can potentially make fans of the original shows hesitate to invest in it. Nonetheless, Woori the Virgin is amusing, and if you're looking for a bingeable series to enjoy, this one is worth checking out.

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