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GOODBYE EARTH SEASON 1

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What happens if your time on Earth has a limit? Only 200 days remain in your life! You might tremble at the thought of this dismal potential. This idea is the basis of a recent K-drama called “Goodbye Earth,” which takes place in the tranquil South Korean city of Woongcheon after an asteroid collides with Earth.

‘Goodbye Earth’ is hardly the first Korean drama to explore the idea of a dismal future. This genre has seen a dramatic increase in the past two years. This may be the first K-drama to deal with an asteroid-driven disaster, whether it’s “Black Knight” or “Hellbound.”

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The series, which is a survival drama centered on middle school teacher Se-Kyung, played by Hospital Playlist star Ahn Eun-jin, is an adaptation of the book by Kotaro Isaka (Bullet Train, aka Maria Beetle). She picks on the responsibility of defending her students on her own. 

Former battalion commander In-a [Kim Yoon-hye], who combats human trafficking, provides assistance to her. Simultaneously, a cult exposé is taking place involving Sung-jae [Jeon], a young priest trying to protect his flock.

It is easy to see how the story’s subject has changed. The film’s director, Kim Jin-min, better known from “My Name,” gets off to a good start with a captivating tale. But after three episodes, you start to notice the fissures. 

A case study in and of itself, the drama’s survival tale was altered to remove key moments starring Yoo Ah-in, who played a scientist in the narrative, in the wake of his controversy. The show’s narrative has been significantly impacted by the cuts.

A poorly executed narrative ruins a good one. Scene edits may have restricted the tale to highlighting the human need for survival rather than on seeking answers. The tale ends up being the biggest loser in all of this. Though a shoddy plot can only garner so much attention, the actors try their hardest to save the drama. 

I think this is the weakest dystopian drama that has come out in the past year. It is tiresome to watch the show because it has twelve episodes, each of which lasts an hour on average. 

Again, like the program, it was all about making ends meet, albeit much of the fault can be placed on the edit. But watching “Goodbye Earth” nonstop for 200 days would never be advised if one had 200 days to live.

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