My Mon-Tues found an unassuming gem that is MBC drama Kairos and my appreciation for its magnificence really hits home today knowing that it’s over. This is less missing a drama I loved for more emotional reasons and more missing a great story, a consummate storyteller, knowing that I won’t have another installment next week. The low ratings don’t bother me, plenty of great dramas have sailed under the radar before, and I’m heartened that future viewers may chance upon this diamond and be mesmerized for 16 episodes and hours as I was. This drama did the time slip plot perfectly, connecting Shin Sung Rok and Lee Se Young one month from each other for only 1 minute between 10:33 and 10:34 pm and doing so with so many taut twists and turns that avoiding one tragedy caused another until they resolved the root of their problem. I felt even for the baddies, and there were as many selfish people as their were righteous fighters, but everyone was so well written I felt the longings and lackings. The drama ended with the right send off for all the story lines and a hopeful air, perhaps these two will never need to communicate across space and time as life will be safe and normal going forward. One can hope.