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Queen of tears

Eu fiquei 20 minutos só chorando e tentando processar esse final.
Eu não sei nem o que falar agora.
Queen of tears foi realmente o que prometeu, muitas lágrimas, ele foi um drama muito constante e você assistia sempre sofrendo mas assiando por mais e mais. O que falar dessa história de amor tão linda? A ji won e o soo hyun entregaram tanto nos personagens, tanta verdade, tanto sentimento. Eles foram feitos pra atuarem juntos, pra dar vida a essa história incrível. Foi apaixonante ver eles desencantados um pelo outro e depois ver que o amor não tinha morrido, que ainda tava ali assim. Eu queria falar tanto mais, a família dele e a dela, esse contraste entre o amor entre eles, ele ser pobre e a família mesmo assim ter tanto amor e se apoiar e a família dela extremamente esnobe, sem comunicação, que se odiava mas que descobriram o amor entre eles, o melhor de tudo foi ver eles tendo que conviver juntos, acho que apresentam muito ali. A Da hye foi uma das melhores histórias de redenção que eu vi, ela realmente desde o começo mostrava essa dúvida, de não querer fazer e o kwak juro que ator!!! Mesmo ele fazendo um personagem burro, coitado igual em Vincenzo ele mostrou um outro lado dele na atuação muito bom, eu amei os dois juntos.
A minha fanfic favorita e que na minha cabeça é real e a secretária Na e o amigo do hyun woo, eles são um casal sim!!!!! Inclusive serviu muito de casal com a tia dela e o rapaz da vila, eu ri tanto e falando em ri, foi um drama constante até no humor, você num momento estava chorando e no outro rindo. A OST dele é tão boa, tão gostosa de ouvir ?
Acho que eu tinha muito pra falar sobre mas nem consigo me expressar sabe? Não consigo processar que acabou, esse final acabou comigo em pedacinhos, ele sozinho indo deixar as flores (SIMPLESMENTE A CENA QUE ELA VIU QUANDO TAVA CAMINHANDO COM ELE). Que drama! Que história! Vou sentir falta.
Acho que tem alguns pontos que poderiam ter ficado melhores, como por exemplo eles nunca conversaram sobre o principal motivo do afastamento deles: a perda do bebe, outra coisa a questão de nao termos tido nem um beijo do casal no presente, mas entregaram tanta quimica que eu nem me atentei a isso, o ultimo episodio poderia ter sido um pouco mais desenvolvido para os personagens sem os vilões.

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Maravilhoso

Esse drama foi emocionante e com uma reflexão profunda sobre os altos e baixos num relacionamento humano, seja ele familiar ou romântico.
A falta de diálogo era a maior causa de tudo. No casamento deles mesmo foi o que fez ruir.

A roteirista soube aproveitar bem esse elenco, entregou personagens que sim tinham defeitos mas que a gente foi capaz de entender e amar.
O irmão da protagonista mesmo, foi um personagem que teve uma evolução tão boa, vimos ali uma bela de um transformação.

Nos entregaram também vilões, que foram ruins até o fim, umas verdadeiras cobrinhas.
Todos os atores ali entregaram com maestria o que lhes foram propostos.

Que episódio final foi aquele??? Chorei muito, foi um misto de emoções, sinceramente não consigo superar e nem escrever um post a altura do que senti vendo 'Queen of tears'.

Foi um drama incrível que me arrancou lágrimas, sorrisos e um pouco de ódio também kkk.

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Porque sempre estaremos juntos….

Que perfeição!!!!
Como eu chorei com esse casal icônico, me desesperei, achei que ia da merda, e que seria um final pra me arrebentar. Mas, foi um final lindo, triste também, mas incrível.
A relação do Baek com Hae in por mais que fosse daquela forma, cão e gato, se percebia que ali existia muito amor, com muitas magoas por trás, que uma sentada no sofá e uma boa conversa teria evitado muita coisa.

Cada personagem é meticulosamente desenvolvido, suas histórias, personalidades e arcos são totalmente explorados. Quase todos os personagens coadjuvantes recebem seu próprio arco de história. Inicialmente, alguns pareciam desinteressantes, mas à medida que o drama progredia, até mesmo suas histórias se tornaram um pouco convincentes.

Os vilões, especialmente Park Sung-hoon como Yoon Eun-seong. A atuação dele e a escrita do personagem foram excepcionais. Ele retrata perfeitamente alguém desesperado por amor.

apenas algumas coisas que poderiam ter sido expandidas como:

- Ninguém se importou que Eun-seong ameaçou Hae -in, as pessoas ao seu redor agiram normalmente.
- Gostaria de ter visto a reação de Hyun-woo ao descobrir que ele salvou Hae-in de se afogar quando era criança.

O final foi perfeito. É triste ver que Hae-in morre em idade avançada antes de Hyun-woo, mas é perfeito, já que ela disse a ele antes da cirurgia para ficar de luto por ela por quatro temporadas e depois esquecê-la e viver sua vida. Eu interpreto como quando ele chegou ao campo de lavanda para chorar por ela lá, ele também estava quase morto e morreu pouco depois para estar com Hae-in mais uma vez.

Em resumo, o show valeu muito a pena assistir !!!

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O que vai deixar saudade

Sobre *Rainha das Lágrimas*, esse foi um Drama que não tenho o que falar, fazia tempo que eu não via um Drama tão fascinante, que teve uma mistura de amor, piedade, ódio, vingança.... em mim, vi uma história de esperança, uma história que, por mais que você pense que vai dar errado, a força do amor sempre vence, a esperança é a força, a fé é a força. O amor venceu todas as barreiras, o amor transformou pessoas, o destino estava traçado e nada poderia impedir.... Essa história merece todos os prêmios a que concorrer, os atores souberam passar todas as emoções, a química entre todos os atores era notável, tanto nas cenas de ódio eles souberam passar realidade, e torço para que o ator Park Sung-hoon o vilão Yoon Eun-seong não sofra tantos haters como já vem sofrendo, que ele consiga superar, a atuação dele foi impecável, ele não merece esse tipo de tratamento. Todos trabalharam de forma impecável. Eu torço para que a roteirista tenha mais inspirações como essa e que nos presenteie como Dramas tão lindos e envolventes como esse;

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Mais um Dorama incrível da tvn

Foi muito bom acompanhar esse kdrama, episódios divertidos casal memorável, romance bom. Gostei do uso dos clichês e sempre que possível da forma como o roteiro tentou mudar ou resignificar esses momentos.
O romance é ótimo, a comédia também, ótimos personagens, um elenco de peso. Eu fiquei pensando em como a problemática da hae in seria resolvida, se seriam corajosos de dar um final mais realista e cru = triste ou o final que todos queriam, pra ser sincero eu aceitaria o final triste depois de vê-los aprender o significado do amor, mas que bom que isso não aconteceu.
Pensei em dar 10 de nota, mas lembrei do arco final da história, pra mim é o mais fraco, onde o roteiro abraça todos os clichês chatos dos doramas= caminhão atropela carro, vilão sequestra, perda de memória. Não foi tão chato como o arco final de pousando no amor, que realmente vira tudo genérico.
No geral 9 ou 9,5 são justos. Me diverti muito com Queen of tears.

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MAIS UM DORAMA SUPERESTIMADO

Eu raramente escrevo algum review sobre alguma coisa, mas esse dorama alugou um triplex na minha cabeça pelo fato da história do dorama ser muito mal escrita, clichê e absurda.

Queen of Tears conta a história de um casal em crise e após um diagnóstico médico, o casamento entre Baek Hyun Woo e Hong Hae In começa a mudar.

Desde o início a história de amor entre Baek Hyun Woo e Hong Hae In é muito rasa e superficial e após se casarem, o casamento se torna algo frio e distante. Tanto que Baek Hyun Woo se vê tão infeliz no casamento que opta pelo divórcio e antes mesmo de contar à sua esposa sua decisão, pois Hong Hae In afirma que "está morrendo" e o principal fica em choque, desistindo de contar sobre o divórcio. Vale ressaltar que nessa cena em específico a música escolhida é animada! Ou seja, a protagonista transmite a informação que está morrendo com uma música animada de fundo (talvez tenha relação com o sentimento do protagonista).

Posterior a isso, Baek Hyun Woo então fica feliz ao saber que sua esposa estaria morrendo e não precisaria passar por todos os processos de um divórcio e suas consequências. Então eu me pergunto, como que um ser humano fica feliz em saber que outra pessoa está morrendo e essa pessoa é sua esposa, apesar dos pesares? No dia seguinte da notícia, o mesmo acorda até mais disposto e com um sorriso no rosto. O ápice foi quando o mesmo declara ao seu amigo "Deus me concedeu uma separação segura”, reforça o diagnóstico com o médico e o pergunta se ela realmente vai morrer, ademais, busca na internet as chances de um milagre acontecer e ela sobreviver. A pobi da Hae In fica até comovida quando vai no quarto dele e o vê dormindo com a tela do computador ligada e descobre que o Hyun Woo estava procurando por essas notícias, levando ela acreditar que ele se importa com ela.

Dito isso, foi impossível ignorar esses acontecimentos e continuar assistindo, pois o ranço pelo Baek Hyun Woo já estava instaurado de tal forma que particularmente entrou na minha lista de piores protagonistas. Não deu para ignorar o fato dele ter ficado feliz ao saber que sua esposa estaria morrendo de uma doença rara e o fato dele tentar se aproximar dela só para que ela alterasse o testamento incluindo-o no mesmo. Sem falar que no episódio 3, a Hong Hae In realmente acredita que as ações de seu esposo são sinceras.

Eu realmente fiquei com pena da Hae In, pois é notável que ela é uma pessoa fria pelo fato de consequentemente tentar ser forte o tempo todo e resolver as coisas sozinhas. Quando ela recebe o diagnóstico, se vê literalmente perdida em uma floresta nebulosa. A mesma declara que ninguém se importaria caso ela morresse e realmente, a única pessoa que ela achava que iria se importar, adivinha? Quer que ela bate as botas o mais rápido possível.

Sem falar da família Beak, que quando o filho disse que ia se divorciar, se opuseram à ideia porque segundo eles um divorciado era mal visto no vilarejo e ele perderia seu “status”, não se importaram com o fato do Hyun Woo estar infeliz no casamento. Ademais, a família Hong é típica de uma família poderosa e o vilão é bem clichê.

Mais um dorama superestimado com uma história péssima com ótimos atores. Reforço aqui novamente o meu total desprezo pelo Baek Hyun Woo.

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Perfeito

Rapaz que perfeição acompanhar o desenrolar da historia, muito emocionante cada episódio mas sempre com uma para para rirmos também. Quando recomendar para alguém não tem muito o que falar, a não ser dizer que é foi uma excelente experiencia. E aquele senhorzinho que ela viu antes no cemitério? Quando a gente percebe quem é e em conjunto com a cena final é muito difícil segurar as lagrimas pelo final realmente lindo.
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SOMETIMES LESS IS MORE !

***DISCLAIMER: THIS IS JUST MY OPINION. YOU DON'T HAVE TO AGREE AND I'M NOT HERE TO ARGUE WITH ANYONE.***

LONG STORY SHORT:

IF THEY WRAPPED THIS DRAMA UP IN 10-12 EPISODES IT COULD'VE BEEN SO MUCH BETTER.
1ST HALF – GOOD / WATCHABLE, 2ND HALF – A HOT MESS.

OVERVIEW:

The drama opens with a married couple putting on a show for the cameras then the scenes pan to reality as the husband is actually miserable in the marriage and desperately wants a divorce. He convinces himself he hates his wife and can no longer live with her / remain by her side. That is until she is diagnosed with a rare condition called cloud cytoma which affects her brains cognitive functions. She loses track of time, hallucinates and begins to lose her memory. Eventually Haein tells Hyunwoo about her medical condition and he is overjoyed because now he can just wait until she dies instead of filing for divorce. Hyunwoo’s friend (Yang-Gi) convinces him that he may be able to inherit Queen’s group if Haein leaves it in her will. Consequently, he decides to be a ”perfect” dutiful husband until then so nobody will suspect him. From there we follow this couple and their family through the ups and down of their marriage on a backdrop of another family scheming for their very downfall.

COMMENTARY:

The drama gets a bit silly from episodes 8 onward. It would have been so much better without the parasite plot. Don’t get me wrong at first it seemed interesting but the evil guy turning out to be the mothers son who she abandoned and put into foster care then he was adopted then she orchestrated his adopted parents death was just WILD. Too much was going on and not in a good way.

I have to say this drama quite literally pulls out every cliche from the book. I would've preferred if the writers focused more on the main couple's marital issues, the process of healing each others wounds and dealing with grief / loss of a loved one etc. It could’ve been so much more developed and I feel like even the actors could've utilized their skills more in showing how they confront those emotions by dealing with them as a whole.

QoT was just not executed as well as it could have been. It could’ve been amazing had they leaned into the "slice of life aspect" of it more. Yes the disease was fictitious but that doesn’t mean they couldn't have tried to make the plot more feasible. Even after her surgery… she had no hair loss, no chemotherapy, no check ups. After she came out of surgery she was just magically cured with the exception of her losing her memories? Once again, that was so unrealistic.

I didn't connect to the side characters at all and a lot of the storylines with them were so irrelevant. Honestly I didn't care for Soocheol and Dahye's story especially because he just accepted her back so easily, no questions asked. They did not communicate or have an honest conversation about her abusive ex, who was the reason why she kept on running away without a second thought. Which brings me to Haein and her mom’s relationship. They had an opportunity to show the complexity of it but Haein forgave her so easily just like that and there was no period of the talking things out and healing their own individual trauma and then finally coming together to work through everything? Some people would argue seeing that would be boring but no… with a drama like this it needed more depth and more layers.

The leads have visually stunning scenes but I didn't feel any sparks or fireworks between them. I'm not gonna lie, at times it felt forced. They had me rooting for them in the beginning but lost me towards the middle especially when there was no real breaking point or indication of them working through their issues. I felt like they behaved more like teens falling in love for the first time than a married couple who had been through so much. There was also too much back and forth one minute they were ready to fix everything and reconcile the next they were pushing each other away and then back to square one, AGAIN.

Honestly this drama was sad and exhausting more than anything. The way everyone talks about this drama you’d think they had so many romantic scenes when in reality it was just heartbreak and grief because they anticipated Haein's death. But they didn't work through these emotions they just kind of accepted the inevitable.

LIKES:

The epilogue episodes were really well done and I liked the fact that they gave us some insight into the couples past through Haein's memories. I really loved that scene where Hyunwoo got drunk and then told Haein he loved her.

I thought the cinematography was beautiful and everything looked picturesque especially in the flashback scenes.

I think both actors did a good job, particularly in the tear-jerking scenes. I believe Soo Hyun always nails his emotions. I wished we could've seen more expressions from Ji Won but I guess her character was more stony and cold so she represented that as best as she could. Again, the scenes where she broke down crying were notable.

Although I hated the villains they nailed their roles. I loved the acting from the aunt, I thought she brought some humor to the drama.

I also like all the fan edits of the lead couple as I feel those edits tend to capture their moments / emotions better while tuning out the background noise. Lol when I say edits are better than the drama itself, Queen of Tears would be the perfect example.

The OST is amazing!

DISLIKES:

I have a problem with how no one is allowed to criticize this drama. I feel like everyone is entitled to their opinion even the persons leaving bad reviews or who were upset after watching.

Initially I really was happy to see a drama dealing with marital issues but the problem is they didn’t really show them dealing with or working through their issues together.

In the earlier episodes, Hyunwoo wishing Haein's death was brutal and I would literally not wish cancer upon my worst enemy. Haein had her own flaws as she is a bit of a narcissist and a control freak. She also came off very condescending and cold towards others. I guess that’s her characterization but her realizing she only had 3 months to live made her drastically turn into a whole different person.

It truly felt like Haein and Hyunwoo didn’t even try in their marriage. After they lost the baby it’s like everything just fell apart, and they both allowed it. They didn’t even try couples therapy or delve deeper into their grief. I assume Haein poured herself into her work while Hyunwoo distanced himself from her, moved into the baby’s room and also got consumed by work. But I genuinely needed more than that.

The writers were unable to strike the perfect balance between showing and telling because they wanted to do flashbacks and also present day, but they didn't really delve into the loss of their child and why their marriage essentially fell apart.

I believe the writers wanted to create multidimensional characters but failed in their execution. It is clear the writers adored Eunseong and expected people to sympathize with him but they were sorely mistaken. Anyone who defends Eunseong is nuts. No matter how bad someone's life is or how terrible they feel about others, that doesn't give them the right to become a deranged vengeance-seeking murderer. Furthermore, the mother-son duo with their tumultuous relationship took up far too much screen time. It took so much out of me to not just skip over their scenes especially when a lot of it was just showing them scheming to take down Queens group.

The “happy ending” was bittersweet and left a sour taste in my mouth. We didn’t get a lot of happy moments between Haein and Hyunwoo for the majority of the drama, so I was hoping for at least some good moments between them in the finale. But no once again the writers had other plans. They wanted to end the story on a tragic / somber note, with Hyunwoo carrying flowers to Haein's grave. However, she did not die as early as expected. It was implied got to enjoy her life, they had a child etc. but Hyunwoo still had to mourn her before eventually following her to "heaven". The scene when they saw each other again did nothing for me, just made me have conflicting emotions to be honest.

OVERALL:

QoT had too many storylines. Most of the arcs were unnecessary rendering the storylines improbable. The side characters were poorly developed, annoying and didn’t add anything. It’s only watchable because of Kim Ji Won and Kim Soo Hyun. I felt like something was missing since the beginning because there was just so much to unpack that they never did.

The plot is very early 2010s formulaic and I believe this drama's weakness was its production in 2024, as well as the overdone cliches. Everything was completely anticipated and not shocking at all. The writers tried to hold people's attention by throwing in the most bizarre plot lines. It was as if whenever there was anything good, something awful had to happen to balance it out, which just didn't seem realistic or practical.

THE WRITERS NEEDED SOMEONE TO TELL THEM TO PUT THEIR PENS DOWN! They truly needed someone to slap some sense into them and tell them to stop the overdramatic makjang plots. Imo, most of the characters were just used as plot devices to further the storyline and create illogical chaos.

Would I rewatch? No. I would only watch scenes I liked and an edit would suffice instead of the entire drama as a whole.

With all of that said, I would rate it a 7/10 rounded up to a 7.5 & only for the leads.

At the end of the day if you don’t believe some of the reviews you just have to watch the drama for yourself and see if you like it or not.

Happy Watching!

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I was let down

watching the first 2 episodes, I thought its going to be about a troubled couple finding their way back to each other which it happed at last but not in a way that I wanted to. Kim Sohyun and Kim Jiwon are great actors with great chemistry and godly visuals but their love story is incredibly boring. I dont know how to put this in words but none of the characters seem like human beings. They're all written in a very surface level .They're just some plot devices and do stuff because the writer wanted those things to happen.
Hyun woo is knight in shining armor constantly sacrificing himself for others and Hae in is his entire world. Hae in is the princess with warm heart and cold attitude. Eun seong is the obsessed villain with dark past. Soo cheol is a doormat. Dahye is the poor corrupted lonely villain getting a redemption arc. No depth . No creativity. just cliches.
There was so much potential for Hyun woo and Hae in story but they just used cliches with some aesthetic pretty shots. Im so tired of " they met each other in childhood so it was fate all along" stuff and they used that one multiple times.
Honestly, the power struggle between the villains and Queens group was quite boring too and it was taking too much screen time to the point it overshadowed our couples story.
you need alot of suspension of disbelief to watch it because nothing make sense. people are smart and cunning but they make stupid choices so Hyun woo can come and save the day like the hero he is. There are herds of supporting characters who owe something to Hyun woo so they do everything to help. Hye in is supposedly very sick and doesn't have much time left but she never looks like it even in hospital. Her very rare disease gets cured magically with only one side effect which makes the next plot twist. Very unnatural story telling.
Actors are all amazing showing a range of emotions. The camera work is great. Filming locations are so pretty .OSTs are beautiful. Fashion and hair styles are stunning so are the cars. The story is the only thing ruining it. Its a bummer. All this talent and resources should've gone to a better story

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OVERHYPED - OVERRATED - Nothing Fresh Except for the CAST, One More Wasted Potential.

"Queen of Tears" is a highly anticipated drama that unfortunately falls short of its potential. Despite boasting an impressive cast and crew, including Kim Soo Hyun, Kim Ji Won, Park Sung Hoon, Director Kim Hee Won, and Writer Park Ji Eun, the series fails to deliver a truly groundbreaking narrative.

One of the main issues with the drama is its lack of originality in storytelling. While the initial premise may seem promising, the plot quickly becomes predictable and fails to introduce any fresh elements to keep viewers engaged. As a result, the story plateaus early on, leaving audiences wanting more. The drama's themes of love, family, and power were not explored in a nuanced or thought-provoking way. Instead, they were presented in a simplistic and superficial manner, without any real depth or complexity

KIM SOO HYUN - KIM JI WON :-
The chemistry between the leads, while acceptable, lacks the spark needed to elevate their performances. Kim Ji Won delivers a solid portrayal, but her character's development feels shallow and fails to fully explore the complexities of her role as the wife. Similarly, Kim Soo Hyun's performance falls short of expectations, with his character feeling one-dimensional and lacking depth, relying solely on the actors' performances without proper story and character development may not always yield the desired outcome. A great drama isn't just about having talented actors; it also requires well-crafted stories and fully developed characters. While strong chemistry among the actors is crucial, it's not the sole factor for success. Having talented actors is important, but writers and directors must also write a compelling story and develop strong characters. If they don't, the production will miss its full potential.

WHY 7.5 FOR ME : WHERE DRAMA LOST ITS 2.5 :-

ACTING & CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT.
The character development in Queen of Tears falls short, with the main characters feeling more like archetypes than fully fleshed-out individuals.
• Kim Soo-hyun's character, Baek Hyun woo, suffers from poor writing, with his motivations and emotions feeling unclear and underdeveloped. His acting performance, while competent, doesn't bring any new depth or nuance to the role, making it feel like a rehashing of his previous performances.
• In contrast, Kim Ji-won's character, Hong Hae In, is well-written up to a point, with a clear and compelling backstory and motivation. However, her development stalls midway through the drama, and her character feels like a trope. Her performance is decent, but not enough to save the character from feeling like a missed opportunity.
• Park Sung-hoon's character, Cha Jae-wook, is a one-dimensional villain, portrayed as a ruthless and cunning businessman with no redeeming qualities. While his acting performance is settled and convincing, the character feels like a caricature, with no nuance or complexity.
• Kwak Dong Yeon's current character is similar to his previous role in Vincenzo. He plays a lovable but clueless person again. He does a great job of making us feel happy and sad at the same time. His character shows how hard it is to prove yourself in a rich family, where no matter how hard you try, you always feel like you're not good enough. Director Kim Hee-woon knows how to bring out the best in Kwak Dong Yeon, so she used his character like same as in Vincenzo but bit characterization this time.
• The supporting actors deliver solid performances, adding much-needed depth to their respective characters. Kwak Dong-yeon, Lee Jo-bin, Lee Mi-suk, and Na Young-hee all bring their characters to life with their performances, making them feel more fully fleshed-out than the main characters.
• Themes of power, family, and loyalty are explored in the drama, but feel underdeveloped and lacking in nuance. The plot is predictable and formulaic, with characters making unrealistic and contrived decisions to further the plot. With some supporting actors manage to shine in certain episodes, the overall acting of the main leads remains stagnant. Additionally, while the cinematography may be technically proficient, it fails to leave a lasting impression on viewers.

SOUNDTRACK - OST :-
• One saving grace of "Queen of Tears" is its phenomenal soundtrack, which succeeds in enhancing certain moments throughout the series. However, this alone is not enough to salvage the drama from its reliance on tired tropes and underutilization of its talented cast.

TOP QUALITY PRODUCTION:-
The production's grand scale and impressive attention to detail make it a richness visual treat, leaving a lasting impression on ours with beautiful costumes and sets. Each character's design is unique and detailed. The scenery is amazing and makes you feel like you're in a different world. The production is big and impressive by TvN

PLOT PROGRESSION & PACING :-
• The pacing of Queen of Tears was sluggish and meandering, with an overabundance of repetitive scenes and a lack of meaningful plot advancement. This made the viewing experience feel like a tedious obligation, rather than an engaging and immersive escape. The slow burn of the narrative failed to build tension or suspense between the characters or main characters , instead, it felt like a monotonous trudge through familiar tropes and clichés. The repetitive nature of the storytelling made it difficult to become invested in the characters' journeys, and the lack of plot progression left viewers feeling frustrated and disengaged.

SAME CLICHÉS & SAME TROOPS, BUT LACKING FRESH TONE :-
• Rom-com and family-centric k-dramas often rely on familiar tropes and storylines, but that doesn't mean the execution can't be fresh and engaging. To breathe new life into these genres, it's essential to focus on character depth. By crafting relatable, well-rounded characters with unique personalities, backstories, and motivations, the story can feel more dynamic and unpredictable.

GOOD TO WATCH :-
• The cameo appearance of Song Joong-ki as Vincenzo in Queen of Tears was a thrilling surprise for K-drama fans, and we owe a huge debt of gratitude to TVN and Director Kim Hee Won for reviving the Vincenzo nation three years later. This impactful cameo was more than just a brief appearance; it brought a significant boost to the drama, particularly in Episode 8, leaving a lasting impression on the K-drama lands.
(Upto 8 episodes )
• In the intricate tapestry of the rich business family, Every character is precisely placed within the carefully crafted mosaic of rich business family's story The family setting, a complex web of relationships and alliances, is expertly crafted to reveal the intricate dynamics at play. From the cunning machinations of the queen dowager to the tender moments of familial love, every character's design and motivation is carefully orchestrated to drive the plot forward. In Queen of Tears, the family setting is not just a placement, but a living, breathing entity that shapes the destiny of our characters and the fate of the drama

ENDING:-
Beautiful ending :) loved it. I'm so grateful for the incredible cast and crew of Queen Of Tears ! .. thank you for giving your hardwork memorable drama to our kdrama fans.

FOR ME :-
Overall, Queen of Tears was a enjoyable one but a wasted potential due to its overreliance on tired tropes, poor character development, slow pacing, and lack of nuanced themes. With a more innovative approach to storytelling and character development, this drama could have been something truly special.

In conclusion, "Queen of Tears" disappoints as it fails to break new ground in storytelling and falls short of leveraging its impressive cast and crew to their full potential. If you're a fan of the cast, it's still worth checking out, but be prepared for a narrative that doesn't quite live up to its full potential.

Note -
Thanks for reading my review! I want to emphasize that my comments are solely my personal opinion and are not meant to offend or criticize any actors or the drama. I'm sharing my genuine thoughts and I'm grateful for your understanding. - @Shinnosuke_Lee

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Queen of Tears becomes King of Makjang. Beautiful to look at, dull and exhausting to actually watch

Major, MAJOR disappointment. The acting and cinematography were stellar 10/10, as expected of the budget and cast.

But the story nosedived incredibly starkly when the drama started focusing less on the characters and more on piling increasingly unbelievable trope conflicts one after the other. One of the main leads has a a terminal brain tumor diagnosis and somehow it's not even in the top 5 most deadly things they have to go through in the latter half of the episodes.

The two villains, in particular the 'second male lead', dial up the makjang factor to eleven and his plotlines take centre stage for far too long. My short summary of each block of writing -

Episode 1-4 = Great acting, interesting and unique storyline - even if it wasn't a masterpiece yet, it was at the least intriguing. The leads had a dynamic very seldom seen in Korean dramas, let alone of a drama of this scale.

Episode 5-8 = Incredible, this is the stretch of the episodes that suckered me in. At their best worst enthralling, at their best emotionally devastating, this was the peak of the series.

Episode 9-12 = A fairly balanced mish mash of light and dark tones, the makjang kdrama tropes nonetheless start to intrude upon. Newfound complications start slipping in from the rafters but the central focus of the story still remains. The Queens Group story is still so boring, it takes a Herculean effort to not fast forward through all of the corporate nonsense that unfortunately overstays its welcome.

Episode 13-16 = WTF. How many times do the leads have to have tearful hugs two minutes removed from some unhinged assassination attempt in the middle of suburban Korea and Germany. Character development gets replaced by exploding cars, poorly written villains get more dialogue and screentime than the main characters.

A colossal letdown shouldered by excellent performances. A Big Mac served on a silver platter. If there is anything to take away from Queen of Tears, it is that believable tears can not mask an unbelievable story.

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The premise is unique but the execution isn't

The story is about a married couple, Hyun Woo and Hae In who have lost and disconnected in their marriage. And after Hae In being diagnosed with terminal illness they try to reconnect and overcome their marital and life crisis.

In the early episodes, you might perceive ML as a jerk, which indeed he was. However, both the ML and FL exhibited similar behavior towards each other, indicating a lack of communication between them. So you should understand the distress experienced by the ML and his reaction to the preceding situation.

ML and FL undeniably have chemistry! They are one of the most eye candy couple one could ask for. However, the director seemed to overdo it in trying to sell their chemistry when it was already apparent. Repeating the same shot from 15 different angles and having them stare at each other for 2-3 minutes during every conversation felt excessive, especially given that they were already married. I also didn't like how they overly emphasized the childhood and fate connection between the leads.

I also thought this show would have the leads with in depth conversations between them about what went wrong in their marriage and why they drifted, showing their past love story was also a good move but I still felt that her illness magically resolved all their issues, conflicts and misunderstandings without much communication about their drift.

The drama primarily focuses on the familial and villain storylines, accounting for more than 70% of its content. If you're expecting a romantic comedy, I'd suggest skipping this one. It leans more towards melodrama than romance, so if you approach it with a rom-com mindset, you might be disappointed.

The most intriguing premise of the show was rebuilt of relationship between the ML and the FL, but unfortunately, we hardly saw any development on that front. Instead, the focus was primarily on a rich chaebol family facing a crisis.

This drama doesn't rely on action-packed sequences or rapid plot developments; instead, it embraces a slice-of-life approach with a leisurely pace. The drama has undeniable number of cliches although which are easily predictable, it couldn't categorized itself as "Cliche done right" for me.

Each character is meticulously fleshed out, their stories, personalities, and arcs fully explored. Almost every supporting character gets their own story arc. Initially, some seemed uninteresting, but as the drama progressed, even their stories became a little compelling,

A drama requires a balanced flow in it's story and narrative, but when you throw unnecessary tropes every episode without concluding the previously more believably it feels artificial that's what went wrong for "Queen of Tears", they threw plot twists left and right which were not even interesting or amusing rather cliche. Had they focused on one genre properly, like "Life" and "Action" offer two completely different paces so the simultaneous shifting from one to another disrupted the overall pace of the show, where some scenes were intriguing but some awfully filler and boring .

The writer overly focused on the villain arc. It didn't feel reasonable; instead, it felt forced to the point of frustration. This aspect significantly detracted from the overall vibe of the drama. Motive and the narrative regarding the villain was left underdeveloped despite so much focus on it.

The music is nice, but they played the same music during every sad scene, it lacked variety just like the plot LMAO.

With one of the highest budgets in the industry, the cast, locations—especially Germany with its breathtaking scenery—wardrobe, and the prominent Mercedes PPL ?, it served quality but it still isn't a criteria for a good drama for me.

Overall, this didn't offer anything particularly special. I've been watching dramas for four years, and there's nothing new I've seen here. While some twists here and there are amusing, the overall plot isn't too surprising. The writer chose the cliche route despite the unique premise, and the long 1.5-hour episodes didn't help either. The production and top-quality actors carried the drama because the plot was definitely lacking.

I lost my interest by Ep 10, watching the rest of it was a chore indeed.

REWATCH: It's really lengthy for a rewatch, and the only scenes id rewatch are of main leads, so id just watch a edit or mv of them, rather than the whole show.

Thank you for reading my review ^^
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