Best K-Dramas of 2022 so far!
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Best K-Dramas of 2022 so far!

The underappreciated slice-of-life drama "Thirty Nine" consistently made the audience laugh and cry

Best K-Dramas of 2022 so far!

2022 has been a great year, till now for the K drama fans. The year 2022 has given us a lot of phenomenal K-dramas which would easily qualify as some of the best of all times. It's the ideal time to reflect on all the incredible scripts that K-drama has provided us thus far. For so many dramas, the storylines, performances, OSTs, and cast all worked together flawlessly, making them all worthwhile to watch.

Twenty-Five, Twenty-One
In the colourful and immensely engrossing young love story Twenty-Five, Twenty-One, Kim Tae-Ri is an absolute treat as the feisty fencer who comes of age. Nam Joo-hyuk, her co-star, and they have great chemistry together. Nam Joo-hyuk gives a quieter but no less brilliant performance.

The program soon gained popularity because it was endearing, funny, and unexpectedly profound. It effectively engages with history, with the 1997–1998 Asian financial crisis lending an emotional element at the beginning.

All of Us Are Dead
A zombie drama is overused, but "All of Us are Dead" elevates the genre with its bloody violence, intricate plot, and superbly drawn characters. They all act like students which add tenderness to the gore. In the drama's post-failed science experiment scenario, a local high school is invaded by zombies, and the captive kids must fight to survive. They are forced to use the equipment around the school to defend themselves in the middle of a conflict because they have no access to food or water, and the government has cut off all communication. If they don't, they will join the infected.

My Liberation Notes
Son Suk Ku, Kim Ji Won, Lee Min Ki, and Lee El are the stars of the most recent script penned by Park Hae Young. The main subject of the television series is the three siblings' everyday lives as they struggle to find their place in the world.

Nobody could have predicted the phenomenal success of this slice-of-life series, which allowed Son Suk Ku to become a household name in his role as the alcoholic and romantically troubled mobster Mr Gu. It is challenging for a story to be realistic, emotional, and healing, yet Park Hae Young managed to pull it off. One of the most popular and well-known series of the year!

Our Blues
With its exposure to several significant societal concerns that are widespread not just in South Korea but all across the world, this lovely series was able to touch the hearts of many. A feeling of comfort and belonging is produced by the family connection in a small town. A K-drama that heals and demonstrates that we are not alone is produced by the tales of numerous families, which deal with issues including teenage pregnancy, mental health, the loss of loved ones, and disabilities. Any age group should watch it without a doubt!

Thirty Nine
The underappreciated slice-of-life drama "Thirty Nine" consistently made the audience laugh and cry together with the characters. A tale of three friends who overcome various challenges as they approach their forties. We wished we could be friends with Seon Ye Jin, Jeon Mi Do, and Kim Ji Hyun because their friendships were so intense and wild. During the poignant scenes, fans were moved to tears by their love, trust, and understanding of one another.

A Business Proposal
Chaebol Kang Tae Moo (Ahn Hyo Seop), who meets Shin Ha Ri (Kim Sejeong) on a blind date, falls in love with her. He is unaware that Ha Ri is filling in for her closest friend, who had initially refused to go on the blind date. He offers Ha Ri the chance to temporarily serve as his fictitious girlfriend after realizing he was duped.

Nothing is more endearing than watching Kang Tae Moo display his love for Shin Ha Ri. The series is made especially warm and romantic because we can see him fall head over heels for Ha Ri right from the start.