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Loved ‘Crash Landing On You’? Watch These Seven Feel-Good Korean Dramas Now!

KanupriyaKanupriya  |  Jun 4, 2021
Loved ‘Crash Landing On You’? Watch These Seven Feel-Good Korean Dramas Now!

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Alright, before you remind us that now our weekend nights have turned into stay-at-home nights, stop. We know that already. And you know what? We are still excited. Because it is finally time to binge-watch our fave Korean dramas along with a hot bowl of ramen.

In case you have not introduced yourself to the world of K-dramas, then do yourself a favour and start today. Because believe me, once you start watching these shows, there’s no going back. We are talking about some of the most good-looking characters, gripping storylines, and an insight into an entirely different culture.

Intrigued? Get ready to bookmark these K-dramas ‘coz they are going to make your day a lot more exciting.

7 Korean Dramas That You Need Watch, Like Yesterday!

 

We’re sure you are already convinced that you need to watch K-dramas as they have the potential to become the best thing in your life RN. So, here you go fam:

Start-Up

 

 

One thing that we absolutely love about Korean dramas is that they have really strong female leads. If you are with us on this, then you have to watch Start-Up. The show is about Seo Dal-mi, played by Bae Suzy (who’s also in While You Were Sleeping & Vagabond), a young woman who wants to be the next Steve Jobs. She believes that she can turn her dreams into a reality with the help of her childhood friend, Nam Do-san (Nam Joo-hyuk). But there’s just one problem. She doesn’t know that he’s not the one she has been writing letters to all along.

Ambitious, gripping, and oh-so-smart. You cannot miss this one.

Also Read: Best Chinese Dramas

Love Alarm Season 2

 

 

K-dramas are not known to have multiple seasons but Love Alarm is an exception and we are not complaining. The first season was all about Kim Jojo (Kim So-Hyun) developing feelings for Hwang Sun-Oh (Song Kang) and Lee Hye-Yeong (Jung Ga-ram). But the new season is all about Kim confronting her feelings and making a decision. So, what is it gonna be, or, who is it gonna be? Watch the show to find out yourself!

Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol

 

 

Goo Ra Ra (Go Ara) is a talented pianist who eats, breathes, and lives music. Sadly, after becoming broke overnight and being left at the altar, she clearly has no idea what to do with her life next. Enters Sunwoo Jun (Lee Jae-wook)! The cold and distant pianist helps Goo Ra Ra sort her life and find the social media user, ‘Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol’, who she has been searching for a while.

Let me tell you this—the show is as quirky as its name. It’s funny, charming, and will bring a huge smile on your face. Isn’t that what we are looking for right now?

When My Love Blooms

 

 

This show is as comforting as that hot bowl of ramen that we talked about earlier. Han Jae-hyun (Yoo Ji-tae) and Yoon Ji-soo (Lee Bo-young) were college sweethearts who parted ways twenty years ago. While these two decades changed a lot in their lives, their love remained the same. And now, they are ready to fight for it.

Tale Of The Nine Tailed

 

 

Lee Yeon (Lee Dong-wook) is a nine-tailed fox. He sacrificed his life as a mountain God and decided to live among the humans to find his lost love. Nam Ji-ah (Jo Bo-ah) is a TV show producer who is obsessed with supernatural stories after losing her parents in a tragic yet unexplainable accident. After meeting, they both know that they have a connection to each other’s past. What is it though? Nope, we aren’t giving any spoilers!

The World of The Married

 

 

The World of The Married is the kind of show that will keep you awake at night. You will want to sleep but won’t stop streaming the episodes until you have watched this entire show. It’s that addictive. Ji Sun-Woo (Kim Hee-Ae) and Lee Tae-Oh (Park Hae-Joon) are a happily married couple. At least that’s what Ji believes. But her life changes when she realises that her husband is not the man she thinks he is. And, the revelation might cost them their lives.

Hi Bye, Mama!

 

 

Cha Yu-ri (Kim Tae-hee) died in a car accident years ago. But, she has some unfinished business on Earth and is not ready to leave just yet. Finally, after five years, she gets a chance to come back to life once and for all but at what price? Watch it for yourself to know.

Watch the shows on: Netflix

Thank us later fam!

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