I myself love k -dramas/movies and watch lots of them on netflix and here at viki. I also like and watch certain Indian, Russian, UK, Chinese historicals, and Japanese too. I watch dramas/movies from all over the world, and I love most of them, too. I always watch the trailer before I start watching any drama or movie and decide from there if is my taste or not. It can have sex scene in it, and I'll chose if I want to see it or not bc I'm old enough.
What bothers me more is how is always about ''American television'' (as they call it)' like no other country in the world makes dramas or movies, too. Maybe, I'm being overly sensitive bc I'm from USA, and noticed that the worst criticism are geared towards ''American television'''
Why can the topic be more general? For example your country: the topic could have been about How K dramas changed your perception compared to Television in your own country? That would seem more fair to me. Don't you agree? How would you feel if all you read is attack after attack,against your country when some of these people don't even live in US and maybe have seen 2 or 3 movies from USA.
Of course, it bothers me more when the criticism comes from ppl that live in USA, and know that you have many options here to chose the many varieties of dramas and movies we have available for the public. Like every country, it has its good ones, and it bad ones. But you would think USA television is the biggest crap in the world and nothing is good enough to watch and korean dramas/movies are prefect and has no flaws.
I even do subtitles from English to Spanish mainly in Korean dramas bc I like them, and I want the Spanish readers/viewers, that don't know English be able to enjoy K- dramas and movies, too. It's a hard work of love that takes your time and dedication, and I do it with pleasure.
I just wish I read less negative comments about american TV here at RakutenVIKI site, that's all. I respect the ppl's opinion, but deep down it hurts me too much, and like I said when it comes from ppl that live here in USA, it hurts me more.