Not worst K-drama I ever watched but I recently dropped "Live On" and "Royal Secret Inspector". The plot was so weak and cringey.
Not a K-Drama tho but it was a J-Drama
So the Japanese one was called "Vanilla&Coffee" and about a 20 years old university student who's first boyfriend is a 31 years old dude who owns a cafe. She only got together with him cause he asked her and she was unable to say no. During the drama both move together and he is allways horny and tells her to take of her clothes and do stuff on the bed etc. In one episode he has to go on a trip for his work and she begins to question herself as his girlfriend. She who is very shy than thinks it would be the best to break up cause "he dosn't deserves a cry-baby like me and I bet he secretly dates a hotter girl than me and if he breaks up with me someday than probably cause I am not good enough and he has a better woman by now allready. My best friend warned me about him and I allready think that it could be true that he maybe is just a fuckboy who has multiple girls, so I need to break up" since than she tries to ignore him but dosn't knows how she wrecked him into pieces and that he would be sad all the time and feels lonly without her.
Than oneday she accidantly comes across the cafe they met in and realises he owns it but she thinks "Nah, he won't be here so I can just walk away and nothing happens" but he was in the cafe at that day and saw her, ran to her and got all emotional and she who is too shy couldn't tell him that she broke up and ignores him wich is why she never been to his place for a long time. He just like a kid be like "I don't want you to go away anymore. You have to be with me. I love you. Stop breaking my heart" and she has no idea what to answer so he takes her back to his apartment to have ... sex... and the end of the story is that she realises that he really only ever loved her and that she got the perfect boyfriend and marries him
The drama was very cringe and if you look at the reviews most people only wrote stuff like that the main male actor was just "so handsome" but that is the style of such cringe J-drama about romances: eighter you have 2 main character who look adorable together or the male main role is extremly fucking hot while female main role is just a standart asian cutie
I came across a synopsis of a J-drama saying it was a drama about a chemistry teacher using magic on his high school student so she fell in love with him. How the fuck this such plot could develop into an actual drama? There should be a limit on creativity freedom.