The Sweetest K-Dramas You Can Watch On Netflix When You’re In The Mood For Love
Love Rules in the Land of Hallyu for these Korean dramas streamed on Netflix!
Wherever you are in the world, these K-Dramas on Netflix would serve you doses of romantic tales if you are in the mood for love stories. Revolutionizing television cinematic landscape with inventive narratives, Korean romance dramas have become perennial favorites across different countries and ages.
Netflix, the world’s leading entertainment service, knows just how to treat its subscribers right with heartfluttering K-Drama offerings.
Reminisce the highs and lows of experiencing heartfelt love by adding the titles below on your Netflix bingewatch list.
For a dose of romance with a fantasy twist, Abyss follows Go Se-Yeon (Korean rom-com queen Park Bo-young) and Cha Min (rising star Ahn Hyo-seop), who are brought back to life with the help of a soul-reviving marble called ‘Abyss.’
One Spring Night
One Spring Night is a story of two people whose uneventful lives become shaken by unexpected love, leading them to seek what their hearts truly desire.
An epic fantasy drama meets an enchanting romance in Arthdal Chronicles, which depicts the birth of civilization and nations in ancient times. It is a story of mythical heroes, their struggle, unity and love of people living in a virtual land called Arth. It stars a high-profile cast that includes Song Joong-ki, Jang Dong-gun, Kim Ji-won, and Kim Ok-bin.
Arthdal Chronicles begins streaming on June 1.
My First First Love
Due to various personal reasons, a group of Yun Tae-o’s friends move into his house, where they experience love, friendship, and everything in between. This new Netflix Original K-Drama stars Ji Soo, Jung Chae-yeon and Jung Jin-young in a kilig-filled coming-of-age story about the many firsts in your life.
Actress and K-Pop artist Lee Ji-eun (better known as IU) plays four different characters in this anthology series. Each short film is helmed by a critically acclaimed director with a unique storytelling lens.
Romance Is a Bonus Book
K-Drama megastar Lee Jong Suk stars in this charming rom-com about childhood friends who meet again in strange circumstances. He plays a gifted writer and the youngest editor-in-chief in a publishing company, who crosses paths with his friend, Dan-i (Lee Na Young), a former copyeditor desperate for a job.
What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?
Laugh and fall in love with Park Seo-joon as he plays a narcissistic executive whose life falls apart when his highly capable secretary (Park Min-young) for nine years decides to quit.
The Third Charm
Following the realistic romance drama trend, The Third Charm stars Seo Kang Jun and Esom. It threads on the story of a man who loved one woman at three stages of his life.
The iconic Coffee Prince should be in any K-Drama fans watchlist. A cafe owner falls in love with his staff, whom he thought to be a man. Unbeknownst to him, she is really a woman and has to disguise so that she can enter the all-male staff of the coffee shop.
I’m not a Robot
Pacing to an interesting love milieu, the story of a man who stumbled on the peculiar cure for his extreme human allergy, confronts the reality of how his newfound liberty to interact with people, comes with the price of admitting that he is in love with a robot.
My ID is Gangnam Beauty
It is the well-blended youth cast, simple yet contemplative conflicts and endearing love pairing, which propelled the amazing run of jTBC’s fascinating romantic comedy – My ID is Gangnam Beauty.
*photos from Netflix/MBC/jTBC/tvN
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