K- Dramas have slowly become cult popular, especially among Millenials; every other person has become an addict to this universe.
As the fans may already know, these dramas are less chaotic and not taxing on your head. You won't find any K-dramas without an interesting story and happy ending. For nearly a decade, K-dramas are known for their romantic series.
With the world throwing new challenges at us every day, perhaps a happy, romantic K-dramas is what you need to relax.
These perfect mixtures of a powerful storyline, crackling chemistry between the lead pair, funny timing and a stellar cast will hold you glued to your screens.
From Crash landing on you to Descendants of the Sun, bookmark these raved-about romantic Korean series that will surely tug at your heartstrings.
Here are the finest romantic K-dramas of all time you must watch-
Crash Landing on You
Rated a fantastic 8.7 on IMDb, the South Korean television series is written by Park Ji-Eun and directed by Lee Jeong-Hyo. The 16-episode series stars Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin in leading roles.
The story revolves around a South Korean heiress who accidentally lands in North Korea. But destiny has other plans, as a charming army officer decides to help her. Despite all the hurdles and national differences of south and north Korea, they both find a happy ending.
It's Okay to Not Be Okay
Starring Kim Soo-Hyun, Seo Ye-Ji and Oh Jung-Se, the K-drama illustrates the emotional healing of an antisocial writer and a psych ward caretaker when their lives intertwine. This drama also shows how mental traumas can take over your life and why it is necessary to properly manage them.
Written by Jo Yong and directed by Park Shin-woo, You can watch the 16-episode sequel on Netflix.
Descendants of the Sun
This captivating love story is about an injured soldier who encounters a surgeon and falls for her. What divides them is their polar opposite ideologies. Will they be able to connect despite their differences? Watch the series to find out about this swoon-worthy love story.
What's wrong with secretary Kim
The romantic K-drama tells the story of a self-centred business heir whose life is turned upside down when his capable personal assistant decides to leave. The show, which starred Park Seo-Joon and Park Min-young in lead roles, was a smash hit, with an IMDB rating of 8.1.
The 16-episode series is based on Jung Kyung-novel Yoon's of the same name. The Park Joon-Hwa-directed film is available on Netflix.
Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo
This coming-of-age romantic comedy is directed by Oh Hyun-jong with stars Lee Sung-Kyung, Nam Joo-hyuk, Lee Jae-Yoon, and Kyung Soo-jin.
The plot revolves around college-aged athletes attempting to excel in their respective sports. Among them is a weightlifting champion who runs into a childhood friend, a talented swimmer, only to discover she has a crush on his cousin.
Romance Is a Bonus Book
The plot revolves around an editor-in-chief of a publishing company at the pinnacle of success, as Lee Na-young, Lee Jong-suk, Jung Eugene, and Wi Ha-Joon played. However, a surprise awaits him when his path crosses with a former copywriter looking for work.
Guardian: The Lonely and Great God
In his quest for a bride to break his immortal curse, Dokkaebi, a 939-year-old guardian of souls, meets a grim reaper and a vibrant student with a sad past. Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) is a decorated Goryeo Dynasty military general who is betrayed by the jealous king he serves. When Kim Shin is faced with death rather than honour after a valiant battle, God transforms him into a goblin tasked with saving certain people from a life of misery.
The show follows a group of wealthy, privileged high school students as they prepare to inherit their families' business empires, overcoming obstacles and growing along the way.
Kim Tan (Lee Min-ho) is the wealthy heir to the Jeguk Group, a large Korean conglomerate. He was exiled to the United States by his brother Kim Won (Choi Jin-hyuk), attempting to take over the family business. While in the United States, he meets Cha Eun-sang (Park Shin-Hye), who is looking for her sister. Kim Tan falls in love with Eun-sang. Later his former best friend, Choi Young-do (Kim Woo-bin), begins picking on Eun-sang to irritate Tan. Tensions rise when Young-do falls in love with Eun-sang, and Kim Tan is forced to choose between his responsibility to Eun-sang and himself.
Something in the rain
Yoon Jin Ah is a woman in her mid-30s who has yet to experience what it is like to date a man. Men have dumped her numerous times due to her clumsy, reckless, and foolish behaviour.
Joon Hee is the younger brother of Jin Ah's childhood best friend, who used to live next door. Jin Ah has always remembered him as a child, but when he returns as a grown-up young man one day, sparks fly. As she is taken aback by his transformation, her gut instinct tells her that she will genuinely fall in love this time.
One Spring Night
It is a slow romance drama between a Lee Jeong-in (Han Ji-Min) librarian and a Yoo Ji-ho (Jung Hae-in) pharmacist who is also a single father of a son. One morning, Lee Jung In stumbles into Yu Ji Ho's pharmacy, nursing a hangover from a night of drinking with a friend. Jung In realises she has forgotten her wallet and cannot pay as she tries to reassemble herself before going to work. Despite her prickly personality, Ji Ho kindly assists Jung In. What starts out as a harmless daily interaction becomes a more profound attachment as the two find themselves drawn to each other. They form a secret friendship while negotiating the minefield of family and societal expectations.
Pinocchio is a South Korean film released on November 12, 2014. The drama falls into the categories of romance, comedy, and family. Lee Jong Suk, Park Shin Hye, Lee Yoo Bi, Kim Young Kwang, Jin Kyung, and other actors star in the drama.
The show follows the story of a man who loses his family and has his life ruined by corrupt journalists. He seeks to learn the truth about his father's death. He meets the corrupted reporter's daughter, who suffers from Pinocchio syndrome. They work together to uncover the truth about his father's death.