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Top 10 Most Romantic K-Drama Couples For Valentine’s Day, Ranked

For some, Valentine's Day is all about sappy romance movies, sweet and affectionate couples, and endless displays of love. While both hit and cult classic movies may take the cake for featuring some of the most romantic couples, K-dramas give them a run for their money. Couples from When the Camelia Blooms and W, define a dream-like romance.

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Fans can't help but rejoice over the "aegyo" and cute shenanigans by some of K-dramas best couples. These couples show deep and riveting love for each other amongst the thrilling drama, heartaches, and fated destinies.

10 Hong-Joo & Jae-Chan (While You Were Sleeping)

This K-drama isn't meant to be confused with the American romance/comedy of the same name. Instead, this is a legal drama-fantasy revolving around a young female journalist and a rookie prosecutor. Fans fell in love with the main characters who soon fall in love with each other.

Fans will recall countless cute and emotional scenes, like when Hong-Joo (Bae Suzy) is admitted to the hospital and Jae-Chan (Lee Jong-Suk) rushes to her side. In the scene, he diligently asks if she's okay and picks her up by her legs. There's even a comical jealousy scene in episode eight by Jae-Chan. Let's not forget he also shuts her up with a kiss in episode Swoon.

9 Se-Hee & Ji-Ho (Because This Is My First Life)

Not all relationships start the way they should. In this drama, a socially awkward Se-Hee (Lee Min-Ki) goes into a living arrangement with a homeless writer and agrees to not develop feelings, but fate has other plans. Se-Hee proved to be smooth in romance despite being cold at times.

He and Ji-Ho (Yoon Ji-Ho) soon fall in love despite their life troubles. Fans swooned in episode 11 when Se-Hee tells Ji-Ho that they never had a proper real kiss. Ji-Ho admits she didn't do it well and Se-Hee swoops in to show her how it's done - all while watching a beautiful sunset.

8 Min-Kyu & Ji-Ah (I'm Not A Robot)

Despite having low ratings during its time on-air, I'm Not a Robot did incredibly well with overseas fans. It's a complex yet riveting story of an unexpected romance, AI, and a dangerous illness, often seen in K-drama tropes. Min-Kyu (Yoo Seung-Ho) has a severe allergic reaction to the human touch and falls in love with Ji-Ah (Chae Soo-Bin), believing she's an AI.

Their love story is full of ups and downs and romantic moments. After uncovering the truth, Min-Kyu realizes he really fell in love with the human, Ji-Ah. Fans were heartbroken to see the series end, but content that the couple got their fairytale ending and even a "dip" kiss as the snow falls.

7 Song-Yi & Min-Joon (My Love From The Star)

My Love From the Star is a highly acclaimed drama from due to its science fiction and fantasy elements or perhaps the romance between the two main characters, which both happens by chance and yet was fated all along. Min-Joon (Kim Soo-Hyun) has been stuck on Earth after failing to return to his home planet.

RELATED: 10 K-Drama Characters That Have Every Fan Feeling “Second-Lead Syndrome”

Centuries later, he finds himself neighbors with Seong-Yi (Jun Ji-Hyun). He gets entangled in her unpredictable life and his secret identity is in peril. Fans came to admire their story as they fell in love and Min-Joon does everything possible to save Song-Yi from an enemy. Fans got chills when he stops time at her award show, covers her up in his coat and they share a tearful gaze and passionate kiss.

6 Bok-Joo & Joon-Hyung (Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo)

Childhood friends find love in this K-drama that had a bit of everything and enthralled fans. Bok-Joo (Lee Sung-Kyung) dreams of being a professional weightlifter and crosses paths with Joon-Hyung (Nam Joo-Hyuk). They have no recollection of each other until an event brings back old memories.

The pair soon fall in love and display one of the cutest relationships seen in K-dramas. In one scene, she admits her feelings and bravely plants a kiss on him. Joon-Hyung is shocked, to say the least, but gleeful and pulls her in close for more. Another instance was when he takes her out on a date and only orders one drink with two straws. He later holds her hands during the fireworks.

5 Jeong-hook & Se-Ri (Crash Landing On You)

Crash Landing On You gained worldwide recognition and helped skyrocket K-dramas to the mainstream. Jeong-Hyeok (Hyun Bin) and Se-Ri's romance will have fans feeling Valentine's Day vibes with how sweet they are. Despite Jeong-Hyeok looking for a way to return Se-Ri (Son Ye-Jin) to South Korea, he starts to care for her.

He even goes out of his way to buy her South Korean beauty products so that she's comfortable. Their plans get derailed when Se-Ri sacrifices herself to keep Jeong-Hyeok safe. Their romance brings tears to viewers' eyes when Jeong-Hyeok tries to deny their relationship in order to keep Se-Ri from prosecution. Jeong-Hyeok even rushed to her side when she falls ill, despite being in custody.

4 Dan-I & Eun-Ho (Romance Is A Bonus Book)

Dan-I (Lee Na-Young) and Eun-Ho's (Lee Jong-Suk) relationship is one for the books, as they find love when one needed the other most. Dan-I is a single mother going through a rough patch and gets her long time friend, Eun-Ho, to help. As Dan-I finds her footing again, they fall in love. Eun-Ho shows insurmountable affection for her as she deals with being an older woman reentering the workforce.

Fans couldn't get enough of the cute moments here, like the back hugs, small kisses, and cuddling sessions. The first time Eun-Ho asks her out on a date would make any heart flutter. By the end, they prove to be the perfect match all along.

3 Won-Suk & Ho-Dol (Love With Flaws)

This rom-com captured fans' hearts, but it wasn't just the main love story that fans fell for. The whole premise of the show surrounds two people who generally weren't mean to fall in love, but do so anyway. They look past each other's flaws for who they really are. But there was another supporting romance that also captured attention between the two male supporting characters, Won-Suk (Cha In-Ha) and Ho-Dol (Jang Yoo-Sang).

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These two strangers meet at a gay bar where Won-Sul bartends, but it's not a "love at first sight" moment. As more coincidences occur, they start to care for one another. When Ho-Dol gets outed, Won-Suk is there to support him. Even when his classmates refuse to sit near him and Won-Suk enters, he sits beside him and has him hold his head high. A romantic and emotional moment occurs when Won-Suk visits Ho-Dol, sees the scar on his lip and learns that his father gave it to him when he came out. Won-Suk is nothing but loving and carefully caresses his lip.

2 Kim Shin & Eun-Tak (Goblin)

Goblin is a well-known fantasy K-drama that had a memorable romance and an ending that was hard to swallow. Kim Shin, or Goblin, is on the search for his bride who will finally allow him to move on after removing the sword from his chest. He spent years feeling lonely until he starts to fall in love with his bride and find a new purpose.

Kim Shin and Eun-Tak's romance is one that fans always remember. It was emotional, tear-jerking, romantic, and heartbreaking all in one. This couple deserves an award for its cute moments, like when Kim Shin was flabbergasted that she was able to follow him to Canada, or when they both get jealous over a past ex and love letter.

1 Bong-Soon & Min-Hyuk (Strong Woman Bong-Soon)

Bong-Soon (Park Bo-Young) is one of the K-drama leads often remembered for her storyline and character. Behind her sweet and cute demeanor is a tough and badass woman who has exceptional superhuman strength. Her love story with Min-Hyuk (Park Hyung-Sik) was the cherry on top. She becomes the bodyguard of a young CEO, while also being a childhood friend.

Along the way, she comes to let go of her past love and have feelings for her boss. Fans adored this couple, as they were cute, sweet, and heartwarming. Fans recall the scene when Min-Hyuk tries to scold her, but she gets away by making his heart flutter when she gives him a nickname. They fall hopelessly in love and do whatever necessary to keep each other safe from harm.

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24 K-Drama Love Stories That Tugged At Our Heartstrings

Korean dramas are known for bringing on the feels every single time. Some are fleeting and are remembered only for a season; but others are life-changing and get quoted to death by anyone and everyone whether they&#;re a K-drama fan or not. Here&#;s a roundup of the most memorable Korean dramas with love stories so touching they&#;d melt even the coldest of hearts:

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24 K-Drama Love Stories That Tugged At Our Heartstrings
Crash Landing On You ()

If you love a good star-crossed romance story, this highly-rated romantic comedy drama is right up your alley. South Korean heiress Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) accidentally lands in North Korean territory after a paragliding mishap, and falls straight into the arms of North Korean captain Ri Jeong-hyuk (Hyun Bin). Romance blossoms inevitably, but how will they survive this cross-border relationship?

The much raved about drama features Sung Deok Mi, portrayed by Park Min Young (Kim Mi So in What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim), as an art gallery curator with a secret. She is a dedicated fangirl of Shi An, an idol group member – an obsession that has impacted several of her past relationships. Things take a more complex turn when Ryan Gold (Kim Jae Wook) becomes the new Art Director at the gallery, and rumours spread about Deok Mi and Shi An dating.

A competitive and workaholic bachelorette ponders her direction in life meets a gifted composer for video games at an arcade. Characterised by successful women and the web portal business, this is an unconventional one that has surprised many with its inspirational qualities (on top of its romance).

When The Camellia Blooms ()

A one-of-a-kind drama, When The Camellia Blooms combines the unlikely genres of thriller and rom-com. It follows Oh Dong Baek, a single mother in Ongsan, who runs a bar-restaurant. Locals may gossip about Dong Baek, but a local policeman by the name of Hwang Yong Sik still falls in love with her, unreciprocated but also undeterred – all while a serial killer sets his sights Ongsan, and maybe even Dong Baek.

My Absolute Boyfriend ()

The familiar plot of My Absolute Boyfriend was originally from a Japanese manga series, but brought to life by Yeo Jin Goo and Girl’s Day’s Minah. Starting off from a break up between a special effects make-up artist Um Da Da, and a rising actor Ma Wang Joon, a perfectly programmed humanoid boyfriend robot Young Goo pushes the boundaries of love as an AI in a complicated love triangle.

Angel’s Last Mission: Love ()

Take swoon-worthy with a fantastical spin. A tragic accident leaves a talented ballerina blind and broken, until she is met with a trouble-maker angel on his last mission. If he finds true love for her, he regains entry to heaven – but in a divine twist of fate, he falls in love with her instead.

Something In The Rain ()

Loved Son Ye Jin in Crash Landing On You? Then you have to check out her previous series, Something In The Rain, where she plays a woman in her mids who&#;s clueless at dating, who begins developing feelings for her younger brother&#;s best friend. As the title suggests, expect lots of melodramatic, sweet scenes under pouring rain.

What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?! ()

Fluffy and light-hearted, this romantic comedy begins as Kim Mi So, a dependable secretary, decides to leave her job after working for Lee Young Joon, her self-proclaimed perfect boss of nine years. The drama balances between sweet and steamy scenes, coupled with flashbacks that will keep you invested.

Also known as Guardian: The Great And Lonely God, this fantasy-romantic-comedy was one of the most highest rated drama series in TVN&#;s history until Crash Landing On You broke its record. Starring a bevy of talented stars such as Train To Busan&#;s Gong Yoo and Kim Go Eun, this fan favourite series  sees modern-day goblin (Gong Yoo) seeking a human bride (Kim Go Eun) to end his cursed immortal life, has everything from comedy to melodrama and supernatural elements.

One thing we can say is, Koreans definitely know how to make goblins really attractive.

Descendants of the Sun ()

The drama that sparked off a real-life romance, Descendants of the Sun is a Korean military romance featuring Shi-Jin as the captain of the special forces. He was injured and meets Dr. Mo Yeon and the two fall desperately in love in spite of their difficult circumstances.

An emotional drama about an autistic man with amazing capabilities, this drama is definitely a must watch if you&#;re into stories about overcoming the odds. You&#;ll definitely need to bring out the tissues for this one too!

My Love From Another Star ()

Min Joon is an alien who landed on Earth years ago during the Joseon Dynasty period. He possesses a near perfect appearance and enhanced physical abilities involving his vision, hearing and speed. But even he&#;s nearly perfect, he can&#;t help falling in love to a clumsy actress, Cheon Song Yi.

A romantic story which involved hardships, friendships, and rivalries of young, rich heirs led by Kim Tan and a girl named Cha Eun Sang whose attraction to each other sparks off more drama than any young person should be accustomed to!

This is a time-travel, historical, romantic-comedy drama featuring the unique story of Crown Prince Lee Gak, who is transported years into the future to present day Seoul along with his three retainers.

The Moon That Embraces The Sun ()

The Moon That Embraces the Sun tells the story of a secret love between Lee Hwon, a fictional king of Joseon, and Wol, a female shaman. With plenty of twists and turns and jealousy thrown into this period mix, you&#;ll never be left bored.

Like the story of Romeo and Juliet? Then you&#;re going to love the Korean version even more. One of the most romantic period K-Dramas, The Princess&#; Man is a tragic love story between the daughter of Prince Suyang and son of Kim Jong Seo.

 

Watch your high-school memories come flooding back. Romantic-comedy Dream High tells the story of six students at Kirin Art High School who work to achieve their dreams of becoming music stars in the Korean music industry.

An action-packed drama with romance and plenty of thrills, City Hunter is one of Lee Min Ho&#;s most popular TV dramas where he stars as a special agent who is ordered not to fall in love. So what inevitably happens? He falls in love, of course, with a fellow agent.

Secret Garden ()

This drama tells the story of an accidental meeting between Kim Joo Won (played by Crash Landing On You&#;s Hyun Bin), an arrogant CEO who maintains the image of seeming perfection, and Gil Ra Im (Ha Ji-won), a poor and humble stunt woman whose beauty and body are the object of envy among all top actresses.

My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox ()

Perhaps the cutest love story on this list is of a legendary creature called Gumiho (a nine-tailed fox). One day after Cha Dae Woong runs away from his grandfather, he accidentally frees a gumiho who was trapped in a painting for about years who takes on the form of a beautiful woman.

Based off a Japanese manga, this is a romantic-comedy covering the romance between Baek Seung Jo, an arrogant young man with a genius IQ, and Oh Ha Ni, a ditzy young woman who gets poor grades, but whose heart is as powerful as Seung Jo&#;s mind.

A historical drama about Queen Seon Deaok, the first female ruler of Silla Kingdom. This is about a beautiful and excellent queen who had to face struggles in order to obtain brilliant achievements.

The delicious taste of story and aromatic blend of characters in this drama is what makes Coffee Prince popular. Fun fact: This cross-dressing drama kick started the whole boy or girl mystery trend in the K-drama world.

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If you're not watching Korean dramas, better known as K-dramas, then you're missing out in several ways. First, there's the big-picture, cultural impact to consider: K-dramas have become a worldwide phenomenon, and if you're going to be a pop culture connoisseur/productive denizen of the entertainment-loving internet—and you're here, so you obviously are both of those things—then you need to be versed in all things K-drama. And then there's the more important reason to watch K-dramas: They are addictive and amazing, and you'll thank yourself for adding them to your pop culture diet.

Known for their interesting storylines and intense (if sometimes predictable) plot twists, Korean dramas can go from super sappy to incredibly heartbreaking to "WTF, what was that?" in a heartbeat. That variety is exactly what keeps viewers coming back for more. Here, we've listed the best K-dramas to watch.


Squid Game

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If you haven't yet checked out Squid Game, which is set to become Netflix's most-watched show ever, then here's one more recommendation: This edge-of-your-seat Korean thriller is definitely worth a look. In the viral hit, a group of people in serious debt sign up to play a series of children's games for a chance at billion won (about $38 million). The catch? If the players loose at Tug of War or Red Light, Green Light, they die.

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Crash Landing on You

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A South Korean heiress, Yoon Se-ri, gets caught in a storm while paragliding and finds herself blown off course into North Korea. Se-ri then runs into Ri Jeong-hyeok, Captain of the North Korean Special Forces and a member of the North Korean elite family. Captain Ri eventually hatches a plan to get Se-ri back to South Korea with the help of his squad, but not before they all tackle the obstacles that come their way—and then some. This drama mixes romance with comedy and ultimately tells the tale of two star-crossed lovers. It's currently the highest rated tvN drama and the second-highest Korean drama in cable television history.

WATCH IT ON NETFLIX

Goblin (Guardian: The Lonely and Great God)

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This series, written by Kim Eun-sook, is the fourth highest-rated Korean drama of all time. The fantasy romance is about a modern day goblin, Gong Yoo, who needs a human bride (Kim Go Eun) to end his cursed immortal life. His life then becomes intertwined with a grim reaper, Lee Dong-wook, who is unable to remember his past. The story evolves as all these strangers lives intertwine.

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Sky Castle

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This series follows the journeys of four women and their families as they try to maintain the status quo among the upper crust of South Korean society. The drama revolves around one mother's obsession with getting her daughter into an elite university by any means necessarysound familiar? This one is a nice mix of romance, soapy drama, and comedy, so if you enjoy human-interest stories, Sky Castle is definitely the K-drama for you.

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Vincenzo

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If you're looking for something in the middle of the Venn Diagram of "K-Drama" and "Mafia Drama," then Vincenzo is the show for you. In it, Song Joong-ki stars as a Korean man named Vincenzo who was adopted by an Italian mafia family and raised in the mob life in Italy. When his adoptive father dies, his adopted brother sets out to kill him, forcing Vincenzo to flee back to Seoul.

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Law School

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How to Get Away With Murder fans are sure to love Law School, which focuses on students and professors are prestigious Hankuk University Law School. The show's plot kicks off when one law professor at the school is found dead and another, Professor Yang (played by Kim Myung-min) is arrested for the crime, forcing the students to team up to prove Yang's innocence.

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Days My Prince

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In Days My Prince, Prince Lee Yul is forced to flee the palace after he discovers a secret that puts his life at risk. After an accident causes him to lose his memory, he's nursed back to health by a commoner and told he's betrothed to their daughter, Yeon Hong-shim. The story focuses on their next days together, with Lee Yul living life as a commoner and their love story growing in the process.

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Boys Over Flowers

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Boys Over Flowers is an old-school teen drama, focused on a group of popular/privileged/not-so-nice boys at the prestigious Shinhwa High School. The group, known as F4, bully others to get their way—until a working class girl named Geum Jan-di arrives at the school on scholarship and stands up to the boys.

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Navillera

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Fair warning: Navillera is the kind of show that is best watched with a full box of tissues at your side. The series focuses on Shim Deok-chul, a year-old retired mailman who dreams of being a ballet dancer. As Deok-chul pursues his dream, he also battles advancing Alzheimer’s.

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The Penthouse

If you thought Big Little Lies and Sky Castle laid the melodrama on thick, just wait until you take a bite out of this rollercoaster of a series. Penthouse follows three wealthy families vying for power in the exclusive Hera Palace community–a luxurious floor high-rise that juts out of the Seoul skyline. Like its forebears, the series centers on three women who hide behind their various secrets and traumas with piles of money and their boundless ambitions for their children. Their world begins to crumble after a mysterious girl falls to her death and the trio attempt to cover up the location of her death to protect the reputation of Hera Palace. It’s messy, and I am living for it.

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The Uncanny Counter

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This show loosely reminds me of Ghostbusters, but with an eclectic group of characters who each possesses special abilities. The five-person group, called "Counter," work at a noodle restaurant by day and at night, hunt down evil spirits who have escaped from the after life to go after humans. (Their red tracksuits in the show are iconic and honestly would make for great group Halloween costume in —just putting the idea out there.) This K-drama has been very well received by the audience and will have you binging all the episodes in one weekend.

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Sweet Home

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If you enjoyed Korean movies like The Call and Alive, you'll be able to stomach and love Sweet Home. The show follows a guy who moves into a new apartment complex after the death of his family. Depressed and a loner, he starts witnessing frightening things in the building from some of his odd neighbors. If you're a peek-over-the-blanket-type person when watching horror shows like I am, then I'd advise you to tune into this during the day time. (I made the mistake of starting this show at night—never again.)

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Run On

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The storyline: Ki Seon-gyeom, a popular sprinter turned sports agent, meets Oh Mi-joo, who writes subtitle translations for movies, and Mi-joo believes they were destined for each other. The story centers around their budding romance alongside some strong secondary characters. Mi-joo is played by actress Shin Se-Kyung (from Rookie Historian) while Seon-gyeom is played by Im Si-Wan (from Strangers From Hell), so if you're familiar with both famous faces then give this show a chance.

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Start-Up

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Suzy Bae and Nam Joo-hyuk stans will want to tune into this drama, which mixes comedy with romance. The show centers around a group of young individuals who are all eager to start their own businesses. When Bae and Nam's characters, Seo Dal-mi and Nam Do-san respectively, are chosen to join Sandbox (a tech accelerator for entrepreneurs), along with Seo's sister Won In-jae, the three are pitted against one another in a contest to be the best. Little does Dal-mi know, however, someone important from her past (Han Ji-pyeong, played by Kim Sun-ho) has her back throughout this start-up journey. Viewers will be rooting for Dal-Mi to end up with Do-San or Ji-pyeong. Personally, we are team Ji-pyeong.

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Tale of the Nine Tailed

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You might want to keep the lights turned on for Lee Dong-wook's new show because it's a little scary (think scenes with ghosts and a water well à la The Ring). Aside from some minor scenes that make you shudder, however, the story largely revolves around his character Lee-yeon, a mythical fox known as gumiho, and a documentary filmmaker Nam Ji-a (played by Jo Bo-ah) who were once lovers in the past. (The foxes adopt human appearances, but have special powers.) Circumstances in the present bring the two on a treacherous journey that involves solving Ji-a's parents mysterious deaths and the two rediscovering their love for each other.

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Record of Youth

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New to Netflix, this show centers on three ambitious individuals from different social classes working in the cut throat world of show business and fashion. Sa Hye-joon (played by Park Bo-gum) and Won Hae-hyo (played by Byeon Woo-seok) are models who aspire to be actors. They end up becoming friends with makeup artist An Jung-ha (played by Park So-dam) and together the trio must face a variety of obstacles that threaten to stop them from achieving their dreams in the entertainment industry.

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Rookie Historian Goo Hae-Ryung

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In a Romeo and Juliet-esque storyline, this show revolves around a romance between an aspiring palace historian and a lonely prince. Together, they go on a journey to break societal norms and uncover secrets from their pasts that could have consequences on their present day lives. This show is suited for those seeking sweet, heart-fluttering moments and will have you rooting for the couple until the very end.

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It's Okay to Not Be Okay

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The story centers around a caretaker at a psychiatric ward, Moon Gang-tae, who crosses paths with a children's book writer Ko Moon-young. Gang Tae has lived life on the run while taking care of his older brother, Sang Tae, who is autistic and suffers from reoccurring nightmares of the day their mother was murdered. He is a big fan of Ms. Ko, who is known to be antisocial and has a difficult personality. After a series of events, all three lives become intertwined and their dramatic back stories are revealed. Gang-tae, Sang-tae, and Ms. Ko share more in common with one another than they think. Aside from the fact that the two leading romantic pairs are both gorgeous, this show will keep viewers glued to their seats thanks to Gang-tae and Ms. Ko's push-and-pull dynamic.

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Mother

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When substitute teacher Soo-jin (played by Lee Bo-Young of When My Love Blooms) discovers one of her students Hye-na (played by the brilliant Heo Yool) is being abused by her mother and her boyfriend, she impulsively decides to run away with the little girl. Soo-jin sets out to travel from South Korea to Iceland (she is a bird researcher and has been given a grant to work at an institution there), but before she can make it to Iceland so many unexpected events happen. Viewers will discover why Soo-jin is so drawn to Hye-na and they will grow into the quite unexpected mother-daughter pair we're all rooting for. This show will ask viewers to think about what it means to be a mother/who gets to be one and will leave your eyes puffy from sobbing after every episode. Mother is one of South Korea's most highly-rated series.

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Love Alarm

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In a world where an app lets you know whether or not someone is in love with you within a meter radius, feelings are transparent even when you don't want them to be. The story centers around a hardworking and studious student Kim Jo-jo who catches the eye of two guys (who just so happen to be best friends and basically are like brothers) in her school: Hwang Sun-oh and Lee Hye-yeong. Sun-oh is a model from a rich family and could not be any more different from Jo-jo but they fall for each other. As time passes, the two drift apart and Hye-yeong sees this as a chance to finally confess his feelings for Jo-jo. At the end of season one we're left with a cliffhanger: who will Jo-jo choose to be with?

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Strangers From Hell

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If you're looking for a creepy, pull-blankets-up-to-your-eyes kind of drama, watch this show. It follows a young man in his 20s, Yoon Jong-woo, who moves to the countryside to Seoul after his friend offered him a job. He needs a place to live and ends up finding Eden Gosiwon, an unkempt but inexpensive apartment with a communal kitchen and bathroom. He decides to stay for six months until he has enough money to move out, but starts noticing weird behaviors and strange happenings in the apartment building. One of his neighbors, played by Goblin's Lee Dong-wook, is a dentist by day and serial killer by night. We'll stop here and let the other suspenseful events shock you to your core.

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The King: Eternal Monarch

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This Korean drama has it all: parallel universes, time travel, a handsome king, a strong female detective, tragedy, and romance. The show tells the story of Lee Gon (played by one of South Korea's most popular actors: Lee Min-ho), a Korean emperor who rules The Kingdom of Corea (the North and South are still unified in this world) and discovers a portal opening in the bamboo forest that leads him to a parallel universe—the world that we know today. He meets, and falls in love, with detective Jung Tae-eul (played by Goblin's Kim Go-eun) in this world and they have to work together to close this time portal before their two worlds collide and freeze in time forever. Will they succeed in their journey and will their love be able to transcend time?

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Hospital Playlist

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Grey's Anatomy and other medical drama stans will want to dive right into this drama that depicts the stories of people working at a hospital. The five doctors have been friends for 20 years (they all went to the same medical school) and now they're colleagues navigating through a career centered around life and death. This show is currently one of the highest-rated Korean drama in cable television history and a second season is set to premiere in !

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Extracurricular

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Sky Castle's Kim Dong-hee stars in a lead role as Oh Ji-soo in this show. The drama centers around three high school students who commit crimes to earn money and along the way encounter dangerous enemies and obstacles. It will take an episode or two for you to fully grasp what is happening before you appreciate the intricate storytelling that is being told by director Kim Jin-min. Hang in there for the journey.

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Mystic Pop-up Bar

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This show checks off the boxes for drama, fantasy, and mystery. The storyline centers on Ssanggab Cart Bar, which is only open at night on the rooftop of a building. Wol-Ju (played by Hwang Jung-eum) runs the mysterious food cart and customers who visit her consist of the living and dead. While drinking and eating, they converse with Wol-Ju about themselves and their internal struggles.

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Memories of the Alhambra

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This fantasy drama is perfect for Hyun Bin and Park Shin-hye fans (you may remember her from the popular show The Heirs). The two actors play each other's romantic interest in Memories of the Alhambra, which is set between Spain and South Korea. (Fun fact: Park Shin-hye learned Spanish for the show, so her voice is not dubbed!) They encounter each other in Spain when Hyun Bin's character, Yoo Jin-woo, arrives to the hostel owned by Park Shin-hye's character, Jung Hee-joo, because he wants her to sign over the rights to develop her brother's augmented reality game. (The brother, meanwhile, has vanished into thin air). Jin-woo starts playing the game and eventually realizes it is causing those around him to die. If he wants to save himself and Jung Hee-joo's missing brother, he has to complete the dangerous quests.

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Hyena

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Yoon Hee-jae is a handsome attorney who's confident in crushing his opponents in court. He has a "chance" meeting at a laundromat with a mysterious woman and ends up falling for her only to later discover that the woman, Jung Geum-ja, is actually an attorney representing the opposite side. She had strategically won Hee-jae's heart (and his case files) because she really needs a win to save her struggling business. Despite being wronged, Hee-jae is attracted to Geum-ja and the pair duke it out in court. If Yoon Hee-jae looks familiar to you it's because the character is played by Ju Ji-hoon, who also plays the dazzling Crown Prince in Kingdom.

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Hi, Bye Mama

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If you like a little supernatural pizazz with your drama, this show is for you. Cha Yoo-ri is a ghost who died five years ago, leaving behind her husband, Jo Kang-hwa, and their child. In a move to become a living human again, Cha Yoo-ri carries out a reincarnation project for 49 days. When she reappears to Jo Kang-hwa, however, she finds that her husband has changed a lot since she died.

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Itaewon Class

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Where to start with this one? This series tells the story of Park Sae-roy, who opens a restaurant in Itaewon after having spent a few years in prison for beating up Jang Geun-won, the son and heir to Jangga Group. The two have a rough history and now, with a fresh start, Park Sae-roy wants to not only franchise his restaurant DanBam, but have it overtake Jangga Group as a household name. (His ultimate goal is to get revenge for his father's death, which was caused by the Jangga family.) The CEO of Jangga Group is a self-made man of success and he will not let Park Sae-roy defeat him or his son. The two engage in a power struggle throughout the entire series that's filled with juicy plot twists and turns.

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The Heirs

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This drama tells the story of a group of rich, privileged high school students who will one day take over their families businesses. The coming-of-age themes explored in the drama include identity, wealth, and relationships. One of the main characters is Kim Tan, a chaebol heir to Jeguk Group, who hasn't had the easiest relationship with his older half-brother Kim Won because he thinks Tan is trying to steal their father's company from him. To make Tan's life even more difficult, he ends up falling in love with his housekeeper's daughter, Cha Eun-sang, much to his father's disapproval and he has to compete with classmate Choi Young Do's sudden interest in Eun-sang too when she transfers into their elite school. Tan seeks to overcome all the obstacles to be with Eun-sang no matter what his family or friends at school say.

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Legend of the Blue Sea

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This fantasy romance show explores the relationship between a con artist and a mermaid who meet and fall in love. The mermaid, Shim Cheong, (played by the talented and beautiful Jun Ji-hyun) follows her lover Heo Joon-jae (Lee Min-ho) to land unbeknownst to him that she is a mer person. Juxtaposed against present day, the storyline also focuses on the two's Joseon-era incarnations, town head Kim Dam-ryeong and the mermaid Se-hwa. That pair met a tragic fate, so what does this mean for their current counterparts? Will Shim Cheong and Joon-jae meet the same bad fate?

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Autumn in My Heart

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This South Korean drama's legacy and popularity is the equivalent to that of Titanic. The show is considered a pioneer in Korean melodramatic series and helped launch the "Korean Wave." The plot: Two girls are born in October and an accidental switch of their name tags at the hospital leads them down very different paths. Eun-suh has a happy life with her loving parents and brother, Jun-suh, while Shin-ae is raised by a single parent in poverty. One day Eun-suh gets into a car accident and a blood test reveals Eun-suh and Shin-ae were swapped at birth. The girls go back to their original parents. Years later, Eun-suh and her "brother" Jun-suh meet again, the start of a love story. Make sure to have some tissues on hand because this show is a major tearjerker.

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Touch Your Heart

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I'm somewhat biased because I am an unabashed Lee Dong-wook stan, but Touch Your Heart is really, really fun to watch. Things take place in a high-powered law firm, where a washed-up actress works as a secretary for a cranky attorney. The two leads have great chemistry—they've played star-crossed lovers in another drama, Goblin—and they're both extremely good-looking. Plus, it's another workplace love story! Is the universe trying to send me a sign?

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Angel's Last Mission: Love

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In this KBS drama, a tough as nails former ballerina tries to regain her prima donna status with the help of her mischievous guardian angel. Blinded in a tragic accident, Lee Yeon-seo is desperate to get back to the stage, but the scheming and conniving of the people around her prevents her from making her return. Dan, a guardian angel just one mission away from completing his duties on earth, gets suckered into yet another assignment and falls in love on the job.

(True k-pop stans will immediately recognize the lead character in Angel's Last Mission: Love—it's L from the iconic group Infinite! Sadly, I don't think we'll be getting much singing in this dramabut you can stream "The Chaser" on all platforms.)

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Perfume

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Fans of Shin Sung-rok (The King's Face, The Last Empress), rejoice—your second lead syndrome is over! The actor finally snagged a leading role in the KBS romantic comedy Perfume as Seo Yi-do, an eccentric fashion designer plagued with endless phobias. He's known for often playing the villain (he's really good at being bad), but in this drama, you can actually root for him to get the girl!

The premise is simple, at least for a Korean drama: A depressed housewife on the brink of a breakdown receives a magic perfume that makes her into an entirely new person. With her new face and identity, she decides to pursue a modeling career, and ultimately clashes with the prickly self-proclaimed god of fashion.

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Chief of Staff

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Remember House of Cards? The Netflix original series followed the complex and super sheisty lives of politicians and journalists in Washington, D.C. The show was nothing short of a hit, but it came to an unfortunate end once its star became embroiled in a very serious, very disturbing controversy.

Chief of Staff is a lot like House of Cards, but rest assured, the drama is maintained within the show. There's scheming, manipulation, illicit affairs, serious criminal activity, and a whole lot of lying to the general public by the voters by the very people they put in office—sounds appropriate for the day and age we're living in, no?

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Something in the Rain

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Although we love outrageously plotted k-dramas, Something in the Rain is a more straightforward and realistic look into an ill-fated romance and workplace discrimination. Yoon Jin-ah is a single career woman who begins a romance with her friend’s little brother after he returned from a stint abroad. But their relationship draws an immense amount of scrutiny from their families, who don’t approve. Jin-ah also faces a sexist workplace, where she and her female co-workers are demeaned by their male colleagues.

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Because This Is My First Life

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Does broke millennials working underpaid jobs and dealing with today’s high cost of living sound familiar? The characters in Because This Is My First Life are just like us–following their dreams, working in high-powered industries, all the while just barely reaping the benefits. Nam Sae-hee (Lee Min-ki) is a software developer working for a start-up who suffers from a mortgage that eats up all his disposable income. Yoon Ji-ho (Jung So-min) is a struggling screenwriter who dreams of developing her own k-dramas, but she’s relegated to being a highly underpaid writer’s assistant on mediocre shows. After she’s forced to move out of her apartment, she ends up renting out a room in Sae-hee’s house. When they realize that a fake-marriage would be mutually advantageous for both their precarious financial situations and societal expectations, they decide to tie the knot. Obviously, one thing leads to another and they’re unable to separate their contractual marriage from the real feelings that they begin to develop.

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My Mister

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My Mister tells the story of two people struggling with financial troubles, family drama, and loneliness. Park Dong-hun (Lee Sun-kyun) is a middle-aged engineer working under a boss who is younger than him, all the while providing for his two unemployed brothers and their mom. To make matters worse, Dong-hun’s wife is having an affair with his boss (yikes). Meanwhile something Lee Ji-an (K-pop star IU) is in a mountain of debt and will do just about anything to get the loan sharks off her back. After she catches Dong-hun accepting a bribe, she decides to steal gift certificates he received in an attempt to pay off her loans. Heart-wrenching and hopeful, the show tells the story of two people developing a sweet kinship while trying to dig themselves out of trouble.

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Dear My Friends

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Featuring a star-studded cast of industry veterans–most notably Oscar-winner Youn Yuh-jung (!)–this heartwarming slice-of-life drama follows elderly friends who are just vibing in their last years of life. After Park Wan (Go Hyun-jung) decides to write a novel about the life of the elderly at the behest of her mother, she gets close to her mother’s group of lifelong friends and learns their small but significant life stories. The series is a love story about friendship and lifelong connections that looks through time at old memories and the ways those moments thread into our twilight years.

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10 First Love K-Dramas That Guaranteed Will Give You Butterflies

Those first love butterfly feels.

The “I-can’t-live-without-you” kind of passionate and innocent love: the K-drama world is so good at telling stories of first loves. And although there are a lot of K-dramas that revolve around this theme, there are very few of them that give off those butterfly feelings that first loves are meant to give. If you’re looking to watch a K-drama that is bound to put a smile on your face with all the adorable cheesiness and hearts, here’s a look at 10 K-dramas.

Warning: Minor spoilers ahead.

Reply

All three of the “Reply” series involves first loves, but the original “Reply ” takes the cake in terms of first love butterflies. Seo In Guk stars as a high school student named Yoon Yoon Jae who has been in love with his childhood friend and neighbor, Sung Shi Won (Jung Eun Ji), since they were kids. Despite the two having a brother/sister-like relationship, Yoon Jae’s feelings grow deeper as they get into high school and he realizes that he wants nothing more than to be with her.

There are so many scenes throughout the series that will have your heart screaming for more. Their first kiss, the first time Yoon Jae confesses his love, the first date they have – it all brings out the feels and will have you wanting a first love like theirs.

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Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

Everything about “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo” will make you want to fall in love. Bok Joo, played by Lee Sung Kyung, is a student who is trying to become a professional weightlifter. She meets her childhood friend named Jung Joon Young (Nam Joo Hyuk) at her college, and by chance, ends up crushing on his older brother (Lee Jae Yoon). When things don’t work out with the older brother, Joon Young is there for Bok Joo. He bends over backwards to try and make her feel better, and in turn, begins to develop really strong feelings for her.

The relationship that Bok Joo and Joon Young embark on is far too cute for words. It could be because of the actors’ strong chemistry, but the love between the two characters is so strong and definitely gives off that innocent first love feeling. The way Bok Joo is able to pour her heart out to Joon Young when things aren’t going well and the way Joon Young just holds her in his arms when she is feeling down is all just too cute. No matter how much you watch this series, you’ll feel all warm inside!

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Fight My Way

“Fight My Way” stars Park Seo Joon and Kim Ji Won as two childhood friends who experienced all the pangs of growing up together. These two are pretty much inseparable and consider each other basically like siblings, that is, until Park Seo Joon’s character Go Dong Man realizes his deeper feelings for his girl best friend, Choi Ae Ra.

This whole series instills a feeling of nostalgia and longing for that first love. Seeing Choi Ae Ra and Go Dong Man protect each other and go the distance to try and be there for each other during life’s hardships is so touching to watch. Even the little things like Dong Man letting Ae Ra cry it out while he covers her in public totally makes you want to have a friendship and love like theirs. Their love for each other is so deep, especially because they’ve grown up with each other and know each other inside out. Their bickering and poking fun at each other is hilarious to see, too!

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Discovery Of Love

One of the most adorable parts of “Discovery of Love” is when Jung Yu Mi and Eric first meet. They are young travelers who meet by chance, and Yu Mi’s character Han Yeo Reum falls in love at first sight with Kang Tae Ha (Eric). She even admits it to him the first time they meet!

The two characters end up dating for five long years and are each other’s first loves. It’s an endearing series as it consists of various flashbacks to when the two were lovers and first started dating. In the present, Yeo Reum is in a new relationship and Tae Ha shows up in her life again. She’s forced to remember the times that she had with Tae Ha in the past and how happy she was to be with them. The flashbacks between the two show the realities of first loves and also show the sparks that the two had when they first started dating. Seeing how Tae Ha is with Yeo Reum in trying to win her back is so swoon-worthy, it’ll have your heart skipping a beat!

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Radio Romance

“Radio Romance” tells the story of a boy named Ji Soo Ho (Yoon Doojoon) and a girl named Song Geu Rim (Kim So Hyun) who meet by chance in a hospital as teenagers. Soo Ho grows up to become a famous actor, alone and depressed, while Geu Rim grows up to be an aspiring writer for a radio station. The two meet again as adults and Soo Ho remembers her as the first girl he fell in love with. And although their relationship is a love-hate one at first, they come to fall deeply in love with each other.

The story is pretty classic, but probably anyone’s fantasy dream come true. A famous actor ends up falling head-over-heels in love with a regular girl. The way Ji Soo Ho looks at Geu Rim throughout the series and how much he’s willing to sacrifice to be with her is so romantic. You’ll love the cheesy but sweet lines he says to her!

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Love Rain

“Love Rain” is a classic first love K-drama. It stars Jang Geun Suk as Seo Joon and YoonA as Jung Ha Na. Seo Joon is a hotshot photographer who is also a bit of a playboy. He meets Ha Na and the two fall in love, but what makes their relationship special is that it ties in with their parents’ love story. They come to realize that their fate is intertwined far more than they could have ever imagined.

“Love Rain” has got all the elements needed to give you that heartwarming and giddy feeling when seeing the two main leads fall in love. The drama starts off in the ’70s, so it’s got a very vintage and classic feel that adds to all the romance. You’ll also be blown away by the adorable chemistry between Jang Geun Suk and YoonA!

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School

So we all loved “Who Are You: School ” and its infamous love triangle, but “School ” is just as heartwarming and cute. “School ” starred Kim Sejeong as Ra Eun Ho and Kim Jung Hyun as Hyun Tae Woon. Eun Ho and Tae Woon spark an adorable first love romance while being classmates.

The cutest part about this series besides the two main leads is how much Tae Woon is smitten with Eun Ho. Even after he confesses to her and she is figuring out how she feels about him, he continues to be by her side, and it’s sweet to see how he wears his heart on his sleeve. The series also touches on not giving up on your dreams, and seeing Tae Woon support Eun Ho’s dream gives all the feels! There’s something about a bad boy turning to mush for the girl he loves that makes our hearts skip a beat!

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Flower Boy Next Door

Yoon Shi Yoon plays Enrique Geum, the charming flower-boy next door. One of the main reasons why this series is bound to give you butterflies is because of this character. Enrique has got all the personality needed to bring Go Dok Mi (Park Shin Hye) out of her shell. He’s endearingly quirky and has got an endless amount of energy that is infectious.

Go Dok Mi has social anxiety and is afraid to leave the confines of her house, so when she fatefully meets her next door neighbor, she’s challenged to face her fears and take a leap of faith. You’ll appreciate and adore the development of their relationship, especially as Dok Mi experiences not only the outside world for the first time but also love. It’s the cutest relationship, and seeing Yoon Shi Yoon act all goofy and aegyo-filled will warm your heart!

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EXO Next Door

What would you do if your ultimate bias moved in right next door? And he/she fell in love with you. It’d be a dream come true, right? “EXO Next Door” is like a fan’s dream come true. Ji Yeon Hee (Moon Ga Young), is in love with EXO, and when they move in next door to her, a couple of them end up falling for her.

If you want to live vicariously through the fictitious character of Yeon Hee as she gets caught in a love triangle with her first love, Chanyeol, and D.O., then this is the perfect series to watch. Your heart will skip a beat several times each episode just out of sheer excitement and jealousy for Yeon Hee.

I Hear Your Voice

“I Hear Your Voice” is about a boy named Park Soo Ha (Lee Jong Suk) who has the special gift of being able to read other people’s minds. He later meets Jang Hye Sung (Lee Bo Young) who had indirectly saved Soo Ha’s life in the past. She is now a lawyer and when Soo Ha is in high school, he falls in love with her.

The best part about this series is that it’s a noona romance. Hye Sung is older than Soo Ha and despite their age gap, their chemistry is through the roof. I loved seeing Soo Ha wear his heart on his sleeve and remain persistent in trying to convince Hye Sung to give him a chance. There are so many romantic moments between Soo Ha and Hye Sung that will give you those butterflies! You won’t even notice the age gap!

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Other honorable mentions: “Who Are You: School ,” “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon,” “Moonlight Drawn By Clouds,” “She Was Pretty,” “Goong,” and “Pinocchio.”

Hey Soompiers, which of these first love K-dramas gave you butterflies? Let me know in the comments below!

binahearts is a Soompi writer whose ultimate biases are Song Joong Ki and BIGBANG. She can often be seen singing her heart out at karaoke, walking her dog, or indulging in desserts. Make sure you follow binahearts on Instagram as she journeys through her latest Korean crazes!

Currently watching: “Clean With Passion For Now” and re-watching “She Was Pretty”
All-time favorite dramas: “Secret Garden,” “Goblin,” “Because This Is My First Life,” “Star In My Heart”
Looking forward to:Won Bin‘s return to the small screen and Song Joong Ki‘s next drama

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K dramas love

While the South Korean TV and film industry has been around for over half a century, the last two decades in particular mark a rise in global recognition of the incredible body of work—culminating in a historic win for Parasite at the Academy Awards and South Korean actress Yuh-Jung Youn's win for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Minariat the Academy Awards. Further evidence? The latest Netflix global hit is a K-drama called Squid Game. Like Parasite, Squid Game is an unpredictable parable that explores life under socialinequalityand takes the characters' fights for survival to extreme heights.

Already binged it? Whether you're looking to dip your toes into more K-dramas, or you're already a fan seeking additional highly-rated, easily streamable options, here are 22 of the best Korean dramas that you can watch on Netflix right now—from romantic comedies, to superhero flicks, zombie horror shows, crime-busting detective thrillers, historical fiction and more. Pick a genre, and settle in for a marathon, because we can guarantee you're going to find your latest binge-worthy addiction.

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    Doom at Your Service (tvN, ) is a South Korean fantasy romance television series. Tak Dong-kyung lives a fairly ordinary life until she stumbles into an unexpected fate and ends up signing a  more

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    Something in the Rain (JTBC, ), also known as Pretty Sister Who Buys Me Food, is a South Korean romance drama television series. When a single career woman reunites with her best friend's younger  more

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    The Heirs

    Lee Min-ho, Park Shin-hye

    The Heirs (SBS, ), also known as The Inheritors, is a South Korean romantic comedy television series. After a chance encounter in LA, two teens from different social backgrounds reunite at an  more

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    True Beauty (tvN, ) is a South Korean romantic comedy television series based on the webtoon by Yaongyi. A high school girl rises to pretty girl fame in her school after she masters the art of  more

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    Days My Prince (tvN, ) is a South Korean historical romantic-comedy television series. After losing his memory from a failed assassination attempt, Lee Yool wanders for days under a new  more

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    Dr. Romantic (SBS, ), also known as Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim, is a South Korean medical drama television series. A famous surgeon with the nickname of "Hand of God" suddenly disappears and  more

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    Angel's Last Mission: Love (KBS2, ), also known as Dan, Only Love, is a South Korean romantic comedy fantasy television series. An angel named Dan is given a mission to find love for Lee  more

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    Chicago Typewriter (tvN, ) is a South Korean romance television series. Three resistance fighters who lived during the s Japanese occupation of Korea are reincarnated into the present as a  more

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    Tale of the Nine Tailed (tvN, ) is a South Korean fantasy romance television series. Determined to prove that supernatural beings exist in the world, a television producer tracks down the  more

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    Touch Your Heart (tvN, ) is a South Korean romantic comedy television series, based on the web novel Reach of Sincerity by Jäger. After getting embroiled in a scandal, a once-top actress prepares  more

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    Dr. Romantic 2 (SBS, ), also known as Romantic Doctor Kim 2, is a South Korean medical melodrama television series, and a sequel to the series. Once the top surgeon at a big hospital, Dr  more

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    Nevertheless (Netflix, ) is a South Korean romance television series based on the webtoon of the same title by Jung Seo. The intoxicating charm of a flirtatious art school classmate pulls a  more

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    Oh My Venus (KBS2, ) is a South Korean romantic comedy television series. A disgraced Hollywood personal trainer helps a once-beautiful woman get back in shape only for both to develop feelings  more

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    So I Married The Anti-Fan (Naver TV, ) is a South Korean romantic comedy television series based on the novel of the same title by Kim Eun-jung. When a top entertainment star is forced to  more

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    Youth of May (KBS2, ) is a South Korean romance drama television series. A medical student and a nurse fall in love in the midst of the Gwangju Uprising in May   more

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    The King: Eternal Monarch (SBS, ) is a South Korean fantasy romance television series. Korean emperor Lee Gon tries to close the doors to a parallel world which was opened by demons; a detective  more

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    Mr. Sunshine (tvN, ) is a South Korean historical action drama television series. After returning to Korea as a United States Marine Corps officer, Choi Yoo-jin falls in love with an aristocrat's  more

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    I Can Hear Your Voice (SBS, ), also known as I Hear Your Voice or The Voice You Can't Hear, is a South Korean fantasy romance television series. A sharp female lawyer with no filter teams up with  more

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    Uncontrollably Fond (KBS2, ), also known as Lightly, Ardently, is a South Korean romance drama television series. The memory of their painful breakup still fresh in their minds, two former lovers  more

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    Another Miss Oh (tvN, ), also known as Another Oh Hae Young or Oh Hae Young Again, is a South Korean romantic-comedy television series. The story is about two women who not only share the same  more

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    My Secret Romance (OCN, ) is a South Korean romantic comedy television series. A nutritionist gets entangled in a series of misunderstandings with her new chaebol boss - who turns out to be  more

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    Start-Up (tvN, ) is a South Korean romance television series. Young entrepreneurs aspiring to launch virtual dreams into reality compete for success and love in the cutthroat world of Korea's  more

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    Find Me in Your Memory (MBC, ), also known as Memoir of the Man, is a South Korean romance mystery television series. A man with hyperthymesia, a condition that gives people the ability to  more

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    Romance Is a Bonus Book (tvN, ) is a South Korean romantic comedy television series. A once-popular copywriter lies about her background to get a job at a successful publishing company run by a  more

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    One Spring Night (MBC, ) is a South Korean romantic drama television series. When pharmacist and single father Yu Ji-ho has a chance meeting with librarian Lee Jeong-in, they start seeing love  more

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    Secret Love Affair (JTBC, ), also known as Secret Affair, is a South Korean romance drama television series. A middle-aged married woman embarks on an affair with a talented young pianist  more

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    I'll Find You on a Beautiful Day (JTBC, ), also known as When the Weather Is Fine, is a South Korean romantic drama television series, based on the novel by Lee Do-woo. After several bad  more

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    My ID Is Gangnam Beauty (JTBC, ), also known as Gangnam Beauty, is a South Korean romantic comedy television series, based on the webtoon by Gi Maeng-gi. Kang Mi-rae, a timid and insecure  more

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    Memories of the Alhambra (tvN, ) is a South Korean fantasy romance television series. A company CEO and a hostel owner get entangled in a series of mysterious incidents surrounding a new and  more

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    Tempted

    Woo Do-hwan, Park Soo-yeong

    Tempted (MBC, ), also known as The Great Seducer, is a South Korean television series based on the French novel Les Liaisons dangereuses by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos. Rich young men and women in  more

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    Run On

    Im Si-wan, Shin Se-kyung
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