The Most Disappointing Kdramas of 2019 In My Opinion

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2019 has been filled with ups and downs in terms of kdrama quality, some months were great and I was busy watching many dramas, while others were rather quiet. I went a couple of months without consistently watching kdramas because I simply couldn’t find anything interesting enough.

I guess this happens as we grow older, I value my time and I am a busy person so unless I enjoy something thoroughly, I won’t stick around no matter how much I like the actors involved in it. Having a pretty face on screen is not the only thing that’ll make me continue watching, its all about that script quality.

I have previously touched on a couple of kdramas I was very disappointed with earlier this year, today, I will reveal my personal list of the most disappointing kdramas of 2019.

Related: The Best Kdramas Of 2019

Note 1: this is a subjective article filled with my opinions, its not facts. Don’t treat it as such.

Note 2: this covers kdramas from December 2018, to November 2019.

Note 3: this is not a list of the absolute worst kdramas but a list of kdramas I had higher expectations of and felt disappointed after watching them.


Shin Sung Rok has had a busy year this year, he’s been in the famous drama “The Last Empress” which is considered one of the best performing (in terms of ratings) kdramas of 2019, he usually plays the second leading role but he upgraded to the first leading role and basically became just like every other lead, an insult to how talented he is.

Shin Sung Rok is a very talented and hilarious actor when he needs to be. He usually plays 3D characters that are fun to watch and whether he’s playing the villain or your average joe, he usually outshines whoever he shares the screen with.

However, “Perfume” ended up being yet another disappointment. It follows the usual kdrama narrative and is one of the most- if not the most- disappointing Shin Sung Rok dramas I have ever seen.

He basically almost always plays great characters that are way more interesting to see than the main leads but when he upgraded to the first lead he chose the lamest average kdrama ever, as a huge Shin Sung Rok fan this infuriated me.

He plays the lead in this drama but he’s quite the jerk, the lead actress Go Won Hee is that damsel in distress that needs saving. She changes him and he becomes better. This kdrama is like the text book kdrama we’re so used to seeing, nothing special. I can’t believe they’re still making these types of kdramas in 2019.

I’d rather he continues playing the second more-interesting-lead roles to the stale average first lead I have seen a thousand times.

“Perfume” brings nothing new to the table, its also very similar to many other Korean movies or dramas about a woman who transfers into a beauty to achieve her dreams.

The Secret Life of My Secretary

How many kdramas are broadcasting channels willing to repeat over and over again? It’s almost 2020, are we going to still enjoy the same secretary-CEO plot for the 1000 time already?

The only reason I was able to hang on as much as I did watching “The Secret Life of My Secretary” was because of how great the lead actors were. They actually made me care and made the characters feel real when at times they couldn’t have been any further away from being real human beings.

“The Secret Life of My Secretary” is very typical, a drama subject that has been discussed so many times it lost its touch. It’s about a secretary who falls in love with her boss (how original), nothing new or slightly interesting took place throughout the drama runtime. After a while, the male lead, who is portrayed as a smart human being, feel like the dumbest fuck on the plant.

There is a reason the secretary continues to trick her boss into thinking she’s a different woman but that hardly made the drama any more interesting. Kim Young Kwang usually chooses better projects, I was surprised by his choice here and honestly disappointed in him.

“The Secret Life of My Secretary” wasn’t all bad and had great moments but they continue to circulate around one idea that doesn’t warrant 16 long episodes. The writer doesn’t even try to be innovative or try to steer clear from narratives we’re so used to seeing in such types of dramas.

The second leads were more interesting. Kim Jae Kyung who played the second female lead had many iconic moments that made me laugh out loud, she was extra and so fun to be around. But even her character couldn’t save this kdrama.


If you have been following my blog for a while now for my kdrama reviews then you’ve probably already knew this was going to be on the list. I made an article dedicated to this kdrama and got shit tone of hate.

“Abyss” was disappointing throughout, the plot is so incoherent and dumb that you almost wonder if the writer thinks you’re so dumb that you’d fall for it. That’s not to say the actors were bad, they were the best part of it, and I highly doubt the majority of those who watched “Abyss” would’ve still watched it if Park Bo Young wasn’t a part of it.

Related: Here Is Why “Abyss” Is One Of The Most Disappointing 2019 Kdramas

I felt that Park Bo Young trusted the writer a bit too much this time, it looked like the writer had a stellar idea that needed way better planning, I can’t believe tvN saw the script and was like ‘yup, this will be great.’

The worst part of the “Abyss” is the plot, which is sad because the core idea is very interesting, but it needed better planning, the writer should have taken her time to think this through before putting people through all this trouble.

Nothing makes sense (not counting the abyss core idea), so many events are unbelievable. Characters contradict themselves and do things that are so unlike them to please the narrative. If you’re trying to understand whats going on you’ll probably given up by episode 6, it was so difficult to comprehend what the writer was trying to do because of how messy everything was.

A drama that involves a serial killer needs wayyyy better planning because judging by how the serial killer acts, it doesn’t make sense that he wasn’t caught so early on, this is coming from someone who enjoys serial killer documentaries and knows a thing or two about how police work is done. If you’re not used to seeing such types of kdramas, you might not be paying attention to how ridiculous characters reacted to some situations. I won’t take comedy-dramas seriously but if you’re trying to do a kdrama about serial killers at least put in the effort to construct a believable story.

If anyone values well-written scripts, they would probably skip this one.


“Encounter” was, simply put, boring. I just couldn’t keep my eyes open while watching it.

I expected better from Park Bo Gum and Song Hye Kyo. Both are A-list actors who have the luxury to be picky, they can choose whatever project they want, yet we ended up with this boring drama.

Park Bo Gum is basically playing himself (in the literal meaning), he’s playing his onscreen persona that we love and adore. Aside from the fact that I was weird-ed out by the thought of Song Joong Ki’s best friend romancing his wife (at the time), I was still anticipating the drama because I thought they would pick something interesting, at least.

“Encounter” is a niche type of drama, if you prefer slow kdramas that take their time, you’ll probably enjoy this one. But sadly, I am not interested in rich girl troubles with her wealthy family. There are way better similar kdramas that are also slow-er in terms of pace.

Related: Is “Encounter” A Healing Drama Or Simply Boring? – Spoiler Free Review

My biggest issue was with how safe their choices were. Aside from the fact that this time it’s the female CEO romancing an average employee, I found nothing remotely special about this drama. Its like every kdrama that discuses the same subject.

It could’ve been more ambitious and could’ve turned out a lot better. The writer had the chance to take risks with the script but she chose not to which is a shame because people would’ve still stuck around to watch because it has Park Bo Gum and Song Hye Kyo. People came for them and stayed for them.

The Lies Within

I am a huge OCN fan. I rarely name any of their kdramas disappointing mostly because OCN takes chances with their scripts. They don’t always pan out the way you’d expect them to but at least this broadcasting channel isn’t afraid of tackling heavy issues in a gory/provocative way.

I love Lee Min Ki, he’s a stellar actor who is underrated among international kdrama fans. I think it boils down to the fact that he chooses the type of projects that the average kdrama fan doesn’t gravitate towards.

‘The Lies Within” felt like a watered-down version of your average OCN drama. The first two episodes were extremely boring and difficult to watch. I didn’t feel the urgency I usually felt watching OCN dramas. Everything appeared stale and hardly interesting.

The way both leads played their characters didn’t do the drama any good, the lead characters are very boring and uninteresting. The actors did well with the material they had, but no one could’ve saved this drama.

Everything simply looked boring which is why “The Lies Within” is on this list as one of the most disappointing kdramas of 2019 and probably one of my least favorite of OCN ever.

Love Affairs In the Afternoon

Where do I start with this one?

Aside from the fact that the drama is so gloomy, the setting was terrible. The drama is a remake of the 2014 Fuji TV drama series “Hirugao: Love Affairs in the Afternoon.” I don’t personally watch Japanese dramas but I heard great things about it, so I was even more excited to see how the Korean version will turn out, spoiler alert, it turned out badly.

“Love Affairs in the Afternoon” is so close to being a soap opera and not in a good way. The first couple of episodes are extremely boring and difficult to get through, I understand the writer’s motivation, but the execution was terrible. I nearly fell asleep each time I watched.

I stuck around because I really like Lee Sang Yeob, he’s criminally underrated. He also chooses interesting projects, in this drama he plays a cheating husband and the main characters all suck but the drama never once satisfied me with the way they executed any scene.

“Love Affairs in the Afternoon” didn’t need to be 16 episodes long, 10 episodes would’ve been enough. I didn’t personally mind the ending of the drama because I thought it was realistic but watching it was a struggle, not because its about bad people but because the script was boring, its a far-cry from another very good kdrama about cheating leading actors, Yoo Ah In’s “Secret Affair.”

It could’ve been better, they had good material to work with but it was so difficult to sit through this without falling asleep.

Melting Me Softly

As I had previously explained, none of these dramas are flat out awful but they’re not great either, the reason they made it on this list was that they disappointed me, and looking back at 2019, there was nothing more disappointing than “Melting Me Softly.”

The more we expect, the more likely we’ll be disappointed, but sometimes, I can’t help but have high expectations simply because the actors involved are very talented and almost always choose interesting projects.

Ji Chang Wook is personally one of my favorite Korean actors, so when he was discharged, I could hardly wait for his next project, he was one of the very few actors I actually missed when they were away serving the military.

This is why I got excited when I found out he was coming back with “Melting Me Softly.” The core idea is very interesting, we haven’t seen anything similar to this in a drama-like setting before. However, things didn’t turn out as good as I had expected them to be when I watched the drama.

“Melting Me Softly” falls short of expectations, the comedy aspect is unfunny, some actors overreact and it made me uncomfortable watching them overreact trying to instigate a laugh like that. No character in this drama was close to being interesting. Ji Chang Wook plays your typical kdrama male lead and as a character, he wasn’t that interesting or fun to watch.

Some people had issues with the chemistry of both leads, but I personally found it tolerable, however, the script was just dull, I was so disappointed in this drama. The mix of genres in this drama is also done poorly, it doesn’t know what it wants to be, transitioning between different scenes is done badly as well.

Related: The Reasons Why “Melting Me Softly” Failed To Get Good Ratings In South Korea

It felt as if the writer didn’t have enough material to last 16 episodes so she just made up scenes that serve no purpose but to add minutes to each episode. By the time the script started finally improving, it was too late to save the drama anyways. It felt as if the writer depended too much on Ji Chang Wook star power.

Its in no way Ji Chang Wook’s fault that the writer just wasn’t that good at writing this particular drama. Many people (not all) simply tuned in because of Ji Chang Wook.

And that wraps the list of the most disappointing 2019 kdramas in my opinion.

What about you guys? Which kdrama disappointed you in 2019?

Whats your reaction to this article?

By Jass K.

Hi, I am Jass k. I discuss some of the hottest currently airing kdramas on this site in form of reviews an/or recaps, join me in the discussion~


    1. I for one do not agree with lies within being on this list. I thought the first two episodes did exceptionally well in executing the rest of the plot. Maybe you watched it at the wrong time. But it was a very mature, with nuances in between type of drama. I watched a drama where I could finally follow along and see people perpuatrate crimes due to different reasons. I like how the leads played their characters too. Both were in a tight situation dealing with a lot of loss. But still managed to get stuff done. I am glad they did not make the female character lazy and unimportant. Liked the whole cast and the flow of the story. Too bad you didn’t like it, it won’t be everyone’s cup of tea.

    2. I could not understand Ji Chang wook taking on this drama as the first after his military training. I could not finish it too stupid. He is such a fine actor with great appeal. Let’s hope for a excellent drama from him next.

  1. Sometimes they drag to the ground soo much became boring. The love scene, so conservative, stare at each other eyes before they put their lips.

  2. I have to say I agree even if I did stick it out faithfully to Perfume and to The Lies Within, because of the actors Shin Sung Rok and Lee Min Ki. I actually think Perfume had a lot more going for it than just a Cinderella story… Very brave to have the lead male actually love her just as much (or more) as an extremely heavy woman, including the embrace at the end, and how she really started to change not by becoming skinny but by embracing her beauty and wearing her beautiful fashions while heavy. This was the real transformation and very brave, though I think it got lost. I also think that Shin Sung Rok really did successfully show a whole new side, even if it was a typical k-drama lead in many ways, he really broke through the mold he’s been stuck in so it was a real personal best. I grew more and more disappointed in The Lies Within, but I hung on, because of Lee Min No, and for me he showed a depth I hadn’t seen before. So even though the execution of those disappointed, still there was some worth. The rest? Spot on no disagreement!!

  3. Melting me softly is a disappointment. Too much of unnecessary flashback. Which is just to fulfill the plot. And the ending… Hmmm. Encounter. Only watch the trailer i felt boring. Oh no! Why am i so harsh. Sorry but slow drama is not so me. Esp. when they drag the plot too much. I hope for a better kdrama next year

  4. I somewhat agree to the rest of the list but when it comes to encounter , it was so much more than a rich ceo romancing with an average worker , biasness for the actors aside.
    It showed how every other human has so many layers and so many covers that they carry for the rest of their lives until someone willing comes around becomes a source of courage and give their live a new meaning.It has so much more element to it then just a cliche storyline.

  5. in my opinion, Perfume isn’t that bad. they’re not my fav actor and actress but i give a try then fall in love to the messages behind the story, i usually pay attention and focus while watching drama, and luckily I’m not boring at all with perfume, i get the messages,the feelings, and it’s growing inside me. but the most disappointing to watch is abbyss and melting me softly, at first 4 episodes i was fine but then it’s get boring and more boring, i can’t stand how boyoung character on Abbys is so weak and keep getting trouble and ahn…(can’t remember his nam) should save her again and again, and how the killer (unbelievable) so strong that no one can’t stop him.

  6. Melting Me Softly was a very big disappointment for me, too. I didn’t think that there was any chemistry between the two leads. I didn’t even finish watching it even though I love, love JCW.

  7. I like to see more kdrama like
    Kill Me Heal Me
    Mad Dog
    Legend of the Blue Sea
    The Last Empress

    Or any dramas with Soo Ji Sub!

    Maybe I like those type of dramas because it’s less cheesy and the actors were great!

    Currently I am watching VIP.. awesome!

  8. I loved Encounter, maybe because I am older and really can understand the emotional turmoil that couples in this situation go through, having seen lots of these type of scenarios happen. I also thought their acting was amazing.

  9. I think you were spot on with all of these. The actors involved were all so much better than the material they were given. Don’t they all have agencies to look out for them? I hhave to say i did watch all the way thru these dramas but there was no great anticipation from week to week. It was more like homework that I drudged thru to support the actors. I am currently thrilled with chocolate and crash landing on you. Also loved when the camellia blooms. Netflix has a knack of picking up good shows. Thank you for writing an honest review and keeping the stars out of your eyes.

      1. Even though commented under your post that perfume was an okay drama but still I feel after the last empress Shin sung rok could have taken a better drama and same is the case with ji Chang wook, he took a totally different genre right before enlistment and also right after coming back. I have lost my interest in him honestly otherwise he used to be my favourite actor. And about love affairs in the afternoon I liked it because it was something really new to me. And that time I was really into Lee sangyeob because I watched signal. one thing I agree that it should have been a 10 episode drama instead of 16.
        Abyss I only watched one episode and hated the plot and for encounter… I don’t even want to get started!!
        N vagabond was also disappointing to me.

  10. Vagabond and rookie historian goo hye ryung are the best korean dramas i’ve matches in 2019.when the camellia blooms also one of the best korean drama released in this year

  11. I’m a big kdrama fan, but I like to marathon them, so I haven’t seen any of these yet. JCW is my favorite actor, but I have deliberately held off on Melting Me Softly because of the fact it’s his first drama out of the military and I felt he would be a little rusty. Also, I saw them during practice and I wasn’t impressed by the FL. His other leads, well, there was so much chemistry i.e. Healer, Suspicious Partner. I do think I like him best in action dramas with a little romance, not just a romance drama. I’m going to give them a try on my marathon days. It seems when I watch all eps. I get more out of the story rather than waiting week by week. Thanks for the reviews, yours, and others help me with what to watch first.

  12. You nailed it. I found myself leaving the drama and going back to it half way through, leaving again and coming back to watch the last 2 episodes. What is so annoying is the fact that you really love your actors and then the script just leaves you hanging off a cliff. In some cases I don’t even remember the ending. Encounter for me was the most boring. They even went to Cuba and that couldn’t save it.

  13. You forgot Arthdal Chronicles. Ugh. What absurd dialogue. Stopped watching in the middle of the 2nd episode. So many inconsistencies. Only watched Encounter on this list. Awful! How much Brooding and crying Can one actually tolerate?

  14. First on my list foes anyone know or have information on reporting and investigating Viki Rakuten and there false advertising of subtitles, and that they solely relied on volunteer to produce there subtitles. From the comments I have read I get the impression that perhaps subtitles are not needed in your case but for others it is helpful. To be Korean but born and raised in the United States I speak very little Korean and understand even less. And if I might add some advise not everything in this world particularly entertainment is to solely take your boredom away. Sometimes a story is just that a story a look into what if or what can happen. I can assure you enjoy boredom that is your rest period because life is getting ready to make your life challenging.

  15. I agree with all your choices but Encounter. I loved it. The music OST was exquisite too. Maybe not too many fans out there realize what a powerful impact a gorgeous soundtrack can have on a drama or film but I’ve always been aware of it. I just felt sorry for Song Hye Kyo, though, working on this drama with one of the best friends of her ex-husband, with her marriage already on the rocks. It must have been awkward at times but she is so professional she never let it show. I have huge respect for her. I would somewhat agree that Vagabond SHOULD have been the best of the year but they stuck one of those hideous open endings on it and ruined the whole thing. Camellia ended up being better than Vagabond in the long run. No terrible open ending there, thank God.

    1. Every viewers have different perspective of what are their watching. Some viewer like the a drama that full of twist and some viewers like the simple story.

  16. Totally agree with most but not Perfume, Encounter our Secret Life of My Secretary. Being a transplant in the US from the ROK I’ve been watching dramas my whole life and these three were not formulaic. Perfume had a lead who loved a woman even though she got fat. Encounter had an older woman in love with a free spirited younger man (neither normal in Korea) and My Secretary was just plain fun. Everyone is entitled to their opinion though. Sorry you didn’t enjoy them

  17. I watch K-Dramas on the weekends with my family. Everyone is entitled to their opinions, my family and I liked Abyss. I personally wasn’t interested in watching Encounter nor Melting Me Softly so I never did.

  18. I agree with you on the other dramas but not abyss, perfume and encounter, those dramas are so good, no boring moment at all. The drama I don’t like at all is melting me softly, everything about it is wrong.

  19. I understand your choices, except for Encounter. It was just poignant in many moments, realistic with the push and pull of romance, and the entire cast truly delivered in their roles, especially the leads.

  20. a slow and ‘need-time-story’ kdramas always bringing complete happy ending. that’s why i like it. kind of worth it to watched till the end and see all the character improved then blend with their story. i started to like Park Bogum bcs of drama Encounter btw

  21. Maybe it’s me or maybe it’s the fact that the venue has changed? As an international fan I find it amazingly befitting that in order to keep up with the Joneses per se there has been this order of change of events. and in that I mean that the writers feel that in order to bring about more international fans that the writing style has to change. let me be the first one to say that whatever writing style that you were doing when episodes were on DramaFever please go back! Because quite frankly they were more authentic they were more original 2 what is happening as opposed to trying to draw in or bringing this ultra freak show of trying to over explain everything about Korean society Korean language Korean title Korean why they do what they do. I would also like to input hear that the things mentioned above or prior to this sentence is the reason why you have so many international fans that you do. So I’ll be half of the international society of fans of everything kpop kdrama Korean cultural acknowledgement please go back to the original format of writing stories. the reason why you have international fan base in the first place is because you stay true to the core not because you were trying to make everything so fancy. As far as the shows that were mentioned in the story I agree totally not one caught my eye not one. And I think it has everything to do with trying to broaden the horizon I am saying to you keep it authentic and those who are interested believe me they will come. I hope 2020 it’s going to be so much better I’m looking forward to a lot of dramas that are coming not on Netflix but I’m Vicky and I’m wishing everyone in the new year to come best wishes take care!

  22. I really enjoyed Encounter, but I see where you’re coming from. I kind of saw it as more about the subtle changes. Like more realistic rather than making extreme reckless decisions. I felt like as adults they had responsibilities that were conflicting them.

  23. I agree with you on perfume but the other dramas were all great. Especially melting me softly. And it’s not because I love Ji Chang Wook SOOOO much but it’s because it was different from any other drama’s I’ve watched before. The actors were great and the main characters were beautiful and handsome. It was also really sad and there was a lot of chemistry in it. Encounter was also very satisfying cuz in kdramas you mostly see the Rich-Man-Poor-girl storyline but in Encounter I really like how the roles changed to Rich-Girl-Poor-Man. It was daebak. Abyss was also very entertaining and Park Bo Young was really cute in there.

  24. I don’t agree with you… It’s obvious you don’t have a good sense of what is great.. You don’t have a good taste in k drama.. People like you are don’t have the sense of what is been portrayed in k drama…

  25. I totally agree with you encounter was just so boring I didn’t get to finish that drama while melting me softly I haven’t even finished episode 2 as early as that. I didn’t get the excitement to continue although ji chang wok was my favorite Korean actor. But why didn’t you include vagabond? Such a rubbish kdrama that left the viewers discounted
    me personally. Huh.

      Hahahaha I’m so surprised people didn’t like it as much. I personally thought it was only predictable in beginning but as it neared the end it ended up being AMAZING.

      1. *Contains Spoilers!!


        Please don’t mention it, even for a drama, it’s the worst i have ever seen, the drama just made everything a mess, some breaks a top facility, goes abroad tackles bio weapons, and at last no conclusion, what is next?? Wormhole and aliens?

  26. I agree, but maybe if we lower our expectation a little bit, we won’t get hella dissapointed. I personally like all of these dramas even though it’s not that overall great, I kinda hate on how some of the plot is boring.

  27. Totally agree with everything you said. The most disappointing was Melting Me Softly because I had such high expectations of it. I love me a Ji Chang Wok but even this drama with him couldn’t make me interested enough. It was just so messy. Encounter was second. I understand it was meant to be slow but it was slower than a snail that I had a hard time finishing the first episode. It was just too slow for my taste. The rest I couldn’t even be bothered watching.

  28. I totally agree with you.I always look for k dramas to refresh myself while working but unfortunately I couldn’t find such dramas worthy in most of the cases in 2019.Either the scripts were dull or the actings were immatured.In most of the cases they were lack of synchronization that made me bored after watching some episodes.2 or 3 dramas were exception otherwise 2019 k dramas are so disappointing for the viewers.

  29. Agree with you on the movies. Ji Chang Wook’s agency have to check out the scripts carefully so he doesn’t get hated by his billion of fans.

  30. i enjoyed Abyss! ! Not once, but twice!!! And i really loved watching it… Don’t know about the story, but there was an unfamiliar sweetness in it that attracted me…

  31. Seriously I was really disappointed on melting me softly.chang wook’s charms were just the same as his previous dramas so I didn’t find them attractive this time.i was so sad to see chang wook becoming so boring.And secret life of my secretary, God I started 2 watch it cuz it had a great beginning but later on it became so lame that the boss couldn’t recognize his secretary that served him for years just because he couldn’t see faces……

  32. LMAO……
    The funny thing is, i dont watch those drama on your list, cz i know those drama are not interesting at all. And now you put them on your most disappointing drama list

  33. You’re very right on this I stopped watching Kdrama after Touch your heart and Arthdal chronicles, I was so excited about Ji chang wook’s Melting me softly but I didn’t even watch one episode and Abyss story is just somehow

  34. I didn’t watch most of the listed k dramas mentioned above accept Encounter( for the sake of Song hye kyo n Park Bo Goum), Perfume and The Secret Life of My Secretary. I almost going to watch Melting Me Softly. Thanks for the review so I wouldn’t waste my time trying to watch these K dramas(zzz). I switched to Chinese Dramas especially fantasy and adventures dramas. (Princess Silver, Love and Destiny, Begonia Rouge)That’s worth of my time because I’m a busy woman.

  35. I love them specially
    Melting me softly
    The secret life of my secretary
    All are amazing stories may be fiction but good enough.. ♥️

  36. I quite agree with you when on Abyss and Encounter, but I’ve just finished Perfume and out of many a many k dramas I’ve watched, it has become one of my favourites. I’ve seen Shin Sung Rock in a few dramas, usually the villain, but in this he is absolutely amazing. I will definitely watch The last empress now. Don’t want to bid him farewell yet..

  37. Oof, definitely can’t believe Abyss made it to this list but I can kinda see all the other dramas. Kinda. But Abyss, my opinion is the exact opposite. The execution of the plot, the ending, and the clarity of the plot were excellent. I would even say it’s one of the year’s BEST.

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