A number of Okay-dramas ended in a means that followers didn’t count on. Woori the Virgin is a Okay-drama remake of the fashionable sequence Jane the Virgin with Gina Rodriguez. As compared, the drama follows an identical plot of Woo-ri (Im Soo-hyang) by accident turning into pregnant whereas a virgin and the finale had followers upset. Woori the Virgin Episode 14 has the second lead get the woman, and the main man walks away from what he really desired.
[WARNING: This article contains spoilers for Woori the Virgin Episode 14]
Woo-ri asks her ex-boyfriend for his hand in marriage in ‘Woori the Virgin’ Episode 14
Fans have watched a whirlwind love story for Woo-ri. She is a virgin, relationship police detective Lee Gang-jae (Shin Dong-wook). However after falling pregnant by synthetic insemination with Rapahel’s (Sung Hoon) youngster, her life will get turned the other way up. Over time, they develop emotions for one another, and Woo-ri breaks it off with Gang-jae.
In the authentic sequence, Jane does go away her longtime boyfriend after realizing her emotions for Raphael. The Okay-drama adopted the identical concept as Woo-ri noticed Raphael for his form nature and inherent need to have a household.
Fans quickly rallied behind Woo-ri and Raphael being the endgame couple. In Woori the Virgin Episode 14, Raphael and Gang-jae are actually pals and settle for the bizarre residing dynamic. However Woo-ri is not with Raphael. Fans see as Woo-ri speaks together with her mom and grandma about deciding between the two.
In the end, Woo-ri shocks followers by selecting Gang-jae and asking for his hand in marriage. In a time soar, Woo-ri has the child, and Raphael is now a father. Gang-jae and Woo-ri develop into husband and spouse as Raphael is caught in a weird state of affairs.
Fans aren’t happy with Raphael not getting the woman in ‘Woori the Virgin’ Episode 14
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In Okay-dramas, “second-lead syndrome” may be very actual. It’s a trope the place the second male lead is in love with the feminine lead and, in many cases, the “right” man for the woman. However the storyline all the time ends with the second lead having to just accept she is going to by no means love him. However Woori the Virgin Episode 14 broke the trope, and followers aren’t too pleased for Raphael.
“He deserved better. All he wanted was a family. WR’s family calling him son was weird bc they were never that close. He has a child, but she’s not with him most of the time. His dad is in the mountains, and his baby mama married someone else,” stated one fan on Twitter.
“Can’t f*cking believe they did my man Raphael like that,, like bro come on he was so excited to have a family, kang jae literally did did not want the child AT ALL??” stated a fan on Twitter.
One other fan on Twitter felt Raphael was real in his love from the begin, “They did so soiled to #Raphael #Woori even used his feelings. That #KangJae wasn’t even certain about the child simply because of jealousy he thought of second probability however #Raphael feelings had been so pure from the first. Would have simply rewatched My Secret Romance.
The Okay-drama remake didn’t do ‘Jane the Virgin’ justice, and followers don’t want a second season
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Jane the Virgin’s storyline was lengthy and spanned over 5 seasons. It allowed the characters to develop and determine their true emotions and feelings. The sequence even continued nicely into the child turning into a toddler. However followers felt Woori the Virgin Episode 14, and the Okay-drama as a complete didn’t do the sequence justice.
“They didn’t give justice to the original Jane the Virgin. Ughhh don’t do another remake pls this remake just ruined the whole essence of the story,” stated one fan on Twitter. Some followers see the reasoning behind Woo-ri selecting Gang-jae, however really feel robbed of a full-fledged relationship.
“It makes sense that she marries him. They were dating for 2 years, and KJ has always been understanding. I just feel cheated bc there wasn’t much progress in their relationship after they broke up. This feels like a last minute twist,” stated the fan on Twitter.
Whereas Okay-dramas are actually creating second seasons, followers don’t want for one for Woori the Virgin. “Do NOT give us a season 2. We don’t care no more. Y’all had a chance to wrap up a great story that took a million seasons in America in one and you chose not to!” stated a fan on Twitter. Some followers have even determined to skip the finale solely after studying the final result.
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