Have you ever heard of the start up K Drama? Well it is basically a subplot in a story where an old relationship is recreated or updated with a new partner. Usually the story is about a new relationship that has come up or is starting up. It may be about a couple getting married, it could be about a boy and girl starting a new relationship, it could be about two children getting together.
The start up K Drama is usually very dramatic and the main characters will have to overcome a lot of obstacles in order to overcome their past relationship. Often the start up K Drama will be very involved and involves a lot of fighting or even death. These dramas often go on for a long time without any resolution and the reader just enjoys waiting for the final scene. If you like this type of story then you will definitely enjoy the TV series, Friends. Each character in the TV series went through a lot of drama before they got together.
When the Friends TV series ended there were many new relationships started and the plotlines never ended. The new characters in the TV series would go through a lot of drama and everyone would get involved in the storyline. This is basically the same thing that you do in a start up K Drama. However in the new relationship you do not have to wait for the end of the story and you can jump right in. You are in control of the story and you create your own resolution.
In a start up K Drama there is usually a love story at the center. However it can be about anything. The new relationship can be about new careers, starting a new life, overcoming a death or illness, new relationships, new pets, or just about anything else. The theme is always love or a theme that requires love.
Dramas always have a beginning, middle, and an end. A story should begin with the basics. It could start with you finding a person, getting together, doing things, and then resolving the conflict. In a start up K Drama the conflict often is just the difference between two people. It can be a boyfriend or girlfriend difference.
The new characters in a start up K Drama are just like in real life. They meet someone, fall in love, and then have to grow and change to fit into each others lives. As in real life you will meet new people, get to know them, get used to them, and then decide what kind of relationship you want to have. It is just like having a child who is just learning to go to school.
You have to find the good in everything or you will have a problem. If the new relationship is not as good as the people in the real world, it will not work. Just like babies are not perfect, neither are new relationships. You have to find the good and deal with it in your new relationship.
One thing to watch out for with starting a start up K Drama is that you do not want to take the story too far and lose the realism. This is just what you are trying to do. Start off with the basics, learn about each other, find out what makes each other happy, and then figure out how to continue this story. This is all part of growing and changing. The more you change the past, the easier it will be to move forward. You should start off with a basic story that has plenty of humor and heart.