Well, I agree with the fact that they are targeting a vulnerable mainly female audience that lives in their fantasy world, and are willing to pay the price they charge to watch what I considered is unfair and crappy thing to watch.
Something very interesting I need to add; in my Island PR. only ppl. that had money could perm their hair bc even back in the 50’s this procedure was very, very, expensive. Our hair (my side of the family) is very thin and straight. So straight… that we have a saying that lice won’t get into our hair/scalp bc they will ‘‘slide off’’
Basically, in my country a permed hair meant you had money $$$ (that was back in the old days). Unfortunately for me, I did a permed when I was around 19? mid twenties? and I almost went completely bald! It took me months for my hair to grow back bc I got patches of bald hair as big as quarters (25 cents) size. I don’t know if it came back in style and I wanted to be on style; I just know I regret doing that for the rest of my life.
My aunt did a perm on her husband bc she was a hairstylist (according to her/ she was terrible hairdresser lmao) and every time we saw him; the laughs lasted until we left their house bc we couldn’t hold it in. Thank goodness they also had that hair strengthener that if you don’t stay bald, you’ll have your straight hair back. I mean it was mean of us but we were young and naive at the time, but I feel so bad now that I think about it.
So I just realized that my hatred for permed hair might be from my trauma? lol No, it just doesn’t look like real natural curls, that I wish and always dream I was born with. Curly hair to me is so beautiful, but not the way it looks in k-dramas. They have an ulterior motive with this sloppy looking perms that I just can’t ‘‘swallow it’’ ‘‘No me lo puedo tragar porque no me pasa.’’