Fanta G Spot Season 1 Review – An entertaining and educational K-drama

Season 1

Episode Guide

Our Sex Follows a Routine – | Review Score – 3.5/5
I Can Do It Alone Just Fine – | Review Score – 3/5
The Monstrous Rush of Hormones -| Review Score – 3.5/5
Perfect Partner Requirements -| Review Score – 4.5/5
What Comes After Sex -| Review Score – 4/5
The Mood That Day -| Review Score – 3.5/5
The End Or The Beginning -| Review Score – 4/5
The Choice I Make For Myself -| Review Score – 4/5


Never would K-drama fans have expected mainstream TV shows from South Korea to feature adult (NSFW) scenes but it looks like we have come a long way since. Rather than having the usual risk-free and void of erotic and NSFW scenes, web dramas these days are taking a lot more liberty as they talk about sensitive topics revolving around sex among other things.

2022’s Fanta G Spot is one more such drama that sent fans in shock due to the content it explored. The show, Fanta G Spot or Hit The Spot stars EXID’s Hani and Bae Woo-hee, two female characters in the lead roles. The show follows two female characters who start hosting an erotic podcast about female sexual health for its listeners.

Throughout its 8 episodes, Fanta G Spot follows two women in their late 20s as they talk about various problems that adult women experience when it comes to their sexual lives. From menstruation to orgasms, the show deals with a whole bunch of risqué topics that may well come as a shocker to fans of K-dramas.

The sex scenes are strategically placed in the first few episodes and it makes one wonder whether the makers only wanted to draw attention towards the drama with the inclusion of erotic scenes. In contrast, the topics that are discussed on the podcast by Hani and Woo-hee’s characters, Hee-jae and Mi-na were really informative and interesting. Fanta G Spot attempts to throw light on the concept of female pleasure and does a very good job at that.

Female pleasure is often overlooked or misrepresented in porn and the show attempts to tell viewers that women can crave sexual pleasure just as much as men. The performances on the show are somewhat cringy and the show becomes mundane after a while. If one were to compare, the journey between Mi-na and Woo-jae seemed inauthentic.

Mi-na was someone who had lost all faith in love for years altogether. The fact that she fell in love with Woo-jae after he tended to her when she was ill seemed really unrealistic. No matter how cute actress Hani looks drunk, it is time K-drama makers stop making adult women behave like children when they are under the influence of alcohol.

Hani’s character Hee-jae has a meet-cute moment with In-chan and their storyline seems much more predictable and realistic. Their show is a fun watch for viewers that do not mind sexual descriptions and erotic scenes. The OST of Fanta G Spot has a total of five singles that match the sensual vibe of the K-drama.

The single ‘So What’ by Sayy fits well with the storyline of the show while the track ‘How To Fly’ by Runy is a refreshing opening theme. Fanta G Spot is not the best K-drama out there but the makers’ decision to pick a topic like female sexual pleasure, one that is considered taboo in a country like South Korea and develop it into a TV show is brave.

Fanta G Sport is a fun weekend watch with 30-minute long episodes and a tone that feels very similar to teen drama, Sex Education. This one’s certainly worth a watch.

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  • Verdict - 8/10

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