More K-Drama Shows You Should Try To Binge Watch
The past year has seen the reemergence of our fascination with Korean dramas. Stories wrapped in witty one-liners, heartstopping smiles from our oppas, solid plots, and songs that could cause our hearts to ache and sigh make for a fascinating watch.
Binge watching has become the norm when it comes to K-dramas. They really are that addictive.
If you find yourself with nothing to do over weekends, let yourself fall in love with the Korean way of creating TV series. These four dramas are just some of the best. There’s a whole lot more.
Who can resist Gong Yoo? No one. In this fantasy drama set both in the Joseon era and modern Seoul, you will be introduced to characters that would make you laugh, cry, and fall in love.
Playing with the idea of fairytales and life after death, Goblin is a story that makes an excellent companion for a weekend. You’ll also never look at rain the same way after finishing this series.
She Was Pretty
Koreans are physically beautiful people; perhaps, one of the reasons why we find them so mesmerizing. In this story about friendship and first love, you will meet four people who can make rainy days even more fun.
Kind-hearted Kim Hyejin will make us rethink the way we perceive good looks, and how temporary it really is.
Kim Bok Joo - A strong woman, not figuratively, but literally, is something that every feminist out there needs to see.
Set in a school for athletes, this rom-com will make you remember the joy of first love, the pain of first heartbreak and how we sometimes overlook the person we are actually meant to be with.
Love in the Moonlight
One of the highlights of this series is Park Bo Gum’s smile. You’ll meet him as the Crown Prince of the Joseon period. In usual Koran drama fashion an atypical love story is present. Love in the Moonlight is one of those things you won’t get tired of watching.
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We know that South Korea with its stunning seasons and beautiful landscapes is a place that is present in your bucket list. However, while saving up for the day that we’ll be able to actually say Annyeong haseo while gazing at falling autumn leaves, let’s escape for a while in the ideal and romantic world of Korean dramas. Let’s laugh our way out this rainy season.