K-drama review: Made for Each Other – Netflix’s winning romcom makes up for regressive gender stereotypes with great chemistry

//K-drama review: Made for Each Other – Netflix’s winning romcom makes up for regressive gender stereotypes with great chemistry

K-drama review: Made for Each Other – Netflix’s winning romcom makes up for regressive gender stereotypes with great chemistry

This article contains spoilers.3/5 starsMental health and comedy have long been popular bedfellows, but these days the combination is a riskier proposition that requires a certain amount of finesse. Mad for Each Other, the latest half-hourly show from KakaoTV (streaming on Netflix globally), is a sturdy romantic comedy, but as a study of mental health its foundations are pretty shaky.South Korean media have long embraced the stereotype of the “crazy girl”. Look no further than My Sassy Girl,…

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