Whatever shortcomings paired with addictive qualities that keep fans glued to K-Bu Bu Jing Xin week-after-week, the drama is finished up its underrated and underwhelming ratings run next week with a general feeling of relief that it’s over. It’s like but not love for me, even cognizant of it’s deviations and limitations, ultimately the drama has failed the central romance and that’s an Achilles’ Heel that can’t be overlooked. I love 4th Prince to pieces in this version but can’t for the life of me like Hae Soo, even the things she does right feels perfunctory but all her myopic lapses are nails on chalkboard awful. For C-viewers, the constant comparison to of the C and K-versions has finally died down, and if it brought in viewers that’s a good thing as the drama broke 2 billion views last week and crossed a major streaming success milestone in China. Congrats to the Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart: Ryeo team, but mostly to Lee Jun Ki for getting the lions share of any positive feedback for the drama.