Korean drama is a genre of television programming that originated in South Korea. It is characterized by its typically high production costs, salary-free acting, and emphasis on romance rather than action or other elements common to other kinds of TV series. The term “Korean drama” is also sometimes used to describe all soap operas produced in the country.
Tale of the Nine-Tailed
Tale of the Nine-Tailed: Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol
Cheat on Me If You CanLive On
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol
Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol is a South Korean television series starring Kim Jung-eun, Lee Hyun-woo and Lee Sang-yoon. It aired on KBS2 from January 6 to March 23, 2019.
The story centers around a gangster named Jang Tae-hyuk who returns home after 10 years away to find his mother dead and that his father has remarried. Jang then becomes determined to take revenge against those who killed his family members by killing them one by one until he reaches the top of their organization known as “Dojo.”
Run On is a 2019 South Korean television series starring Seo Hyun-jin, Yoo In-na, Kim Sung-kyun and Kim Min-seo. It airs on SBS every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:00 (KST). The series begins with the death of Kang Shin-chan’s grandmother and his mother’s refusal to take care of him because she has to pay off her debts before dropping him off at an orphanage where he meets Lee Seo-joon who takes care of him while they work together as part of their volunteer activities. This leads into the story about how these two meet again after several years apart when Shin goes back home with his family on New Year’s Eve where they become closer than ever before!
Awaken is a South Korean television series starring Lee Yo-won and Yoon Si-yoon. It aired on MBC from August 6 to October 4, 2019. It has been followed by a spin-off titled The Return of Jang Tae-young which premiered on January 16, 2020.
18 Again is a 2019 South Korean television series starring Sung Hoon, Chae Soo-bin, Lee Hyun-woo and Kim Jung-min. It airs on tvN every Friday and Saturday at 20:30 (KST) starting November 1, 2019.
The story of the drama revolves around an old woman who goes back in time to meet her younger self for the first time after finding out she has been stuck in that body for over 30 years.
Cheat on Me If You Can
Cheat on Me If You Can
This Korean drama is based on the webtoon of the same name, but it’s more like a light-hearted romantic comedy than a serious drama. The main characters are Park Seo-joon and Kim Hyun-joo; they play lovers who have been dating for years but have yet to get married due to their financial situation. They meet again after being separated for three years when Seo-joon returns home from studying abroad in America, where he worked as an English teacher at an international school. When he comes back home to visit his family during summer vacation, the two meet again by chance and decide to take things slow until they can figure out what their relationship needs moving forward
Live On is a story about a man who is diagnosed with terminal cancer. He has to decide whether he wants to live or die, and what it means to be human in the process.
This series follows the life of Yoon Jin Joo, played by Lee Seo Won (Troy: Fall of a City). When he was 24 years old, Yoon Jin Joo was diagnosed with lymphoma—a form of cancer that affects white blood cells—and given months to live at most; he has since been given three years left on his lifespan. In order for Yoon Jin Joo to have any chance at living longer than what was predicted by doctors back then, he must make some very difficult decisions regarding his future health and quality of life while also dealing with family members’ expectations as well as his own personal demons along the way
TALE OF THE NINE TAILED – 나인테일의 전설
Synopsis: The story revolves around a group of nine people who are trapped in an underground cave system. They have to fight for their survival until they can escape from the cave and go back home.
Cast: Kim Hye-Sook, Lee Hee-Jung and Jeon Won-Seok (Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo) as Ha Ji-Won, Kwon Sang-Hee and Kang Ji-Won respectively.
Production team: PD Kim Won Suk (The Bridal Mask), Park Jin Gu (That Man Oh Soo), Jang Tae Soo(Queen Seondeok)
Release Date: February 21st, 2022 (Korea), April 17th, 2022 (Japan). Language : Korean
Start Up is a South Korean television series starring Lee Dong-gun, Kim Sung-kyun and Chae Soo-bin. It airs on tvN every Friday and Saturday from March 22 to April 26, 2020.
The story follows three friends who struggle to make it in the tech world: Yoo Seung-hye (Lee Dong-gun) is an ambitious college dropout who gets a job as an intern at a startup called Shutco; Joon Myeong (Kim Sung-kyun) is a former Google employee with no idea where his next paycheck will come from; Ji Hun (Chae Soo Bin), daughter of a chaebol family member with little interest in technology but plenty of connections that could help them get ahead.
- Private Lives is a South Korean drama series starring Lee Sang-kyung, Lee Joon-ki and Park Shin-hye.
- The story follows a famous actor who suffers an accident that forces him to retire from the industry, and his girlfriend who becomes his caretaker after losing her job due to her age.
Zombie Detective is a Korean drama series starring Kim Myung-min, Yu Hae-jin and Jung Eun-chae. It aired on tvN from May 8 to June 26, 2019.
It is about a zombie detective who solves the cases of the dead. The plot centers around Kang Ki-joon (Kim Woo Bin), an unsuccessful detective who has been hired by a crime scene investigator named Han Soo Hyun (Yu Ah Sung) to work on his death case involving a serial killer named Yi Hyun (Jung Eun Chae).
When a man loves
When a Man Loves is a Korean drama produced by OCN and aired on MBC. It stars Kim Rae Won, Jeong Hye Sun and Lee Jin Ki in the lead roles.
The story follows three people who have been through hell and back, but they keep going because they love each other too much to give up on their love for each other.
Kill me heal me
Kill me Heal me is a drama about a psychiatrist who treats his patients by using his own multiple personality disorder. The main character, Kim Kang Woo (played by Lee Jong Hyun), is an award-winning psychiatrist who has been treating patients with dissociative identity disorder (DID) for years. However, he suffers from the same illness himself and must deal with some difficult personal issues in his life while trying to help others as well.
The story follows Kang Woo as he struggles with finding out who he really is and what purpose he serves on this planet. He finds himself caught between two worlds—one where everything seems perfect, but one where there are no answers or solutions; only questions and endless possibilities for change.
Healer is a South Korean television series starring Ji Chang-wook, Park Min-young, Yoo Ji-tae, Kim Sun-a and Yoo Seung-ho. It aired on KBS2 from January 7 to February 28, 2015 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 22:00 for 18 episodes. The drama was written by Jeong Myeong-won (Hwarang).
The story follows the lives of three doctors in their twenties who work at the same hospital located in an unnamed country. They are surrounded by patients suffering from various diseases that make them feel powerless when dealing with them because they don’t know how these illnesses were caused or what can be done about it; however this does not deter them from trying their best to find answers for every patient’s ailment no matter how trivial or severe it may seem like at first glance!
Best KDrama 2021
Best KDrama 2021:
- The Girl Who Sees Smells (MBC)
This series tells the story of young women who were kidnapped, brainwashed and forced to become sex slaves. Park Min-young (Yoo In-na) is one such girl. She was rescued by Choi Kang-hee (Lee Joon), a man who also happens to be a former sex slave himself. Together they work together on finding other survivors and helping them escape their captors’ clutches. The two fall in love with each other as well as finding solace in each other’s arms during their struggles against those who would use them for their own benefit or pleasure. This drama has some great acting by its cast including Yoo In-na, Lee Joon and more! You’ll definitely get lost watching this one!
Best KDrama 2020
Best KDrama 2020:
- BTS, a South Korean boy band, has become one of the most popular K-pop artists around the world. They’re known for their dance moves and catchy tunes that appeal to a wide range of audiences.
- The best K-drama series out there is probably My Love From Another Star (2016) by Kim Ji Won and Jo In Sung. This drama tells the story of Joon Sung who had been in love with his best friend’s girlfriend Yeo Reum since childhood but was only able to see her once every year when he visited her village until she died suddenly due to an accident. When Joon finds himself falling in love with another woman named Soo Ae who lives across town from him and works at an aquarium store called Tae Woong’s Aquarium Store, things get complicated fast!
Best KDrama 2019
Best KDrama 2019
Best KDrama 2020
Best KDram 2020: The Best Korean Drama Series and Their Sequels, Part 2 (Korean Drama Series) – Netflix
Best Korean Dramas of All Time, Ranked From Worst to Best (The Best Korean Dramas Ever Made) – Netflix /r/kdramas – Reddit
Best KDrama 2018
The best KDrama of 2018 is ‘Age of Youth’. It is a Korean drama about a university student who becomes involved with a criminal gang.
The second best KDrama of 2018 is ‘A Gentleman’s Dignity (국내말자). In this show, we see how one man proves that he can be as refined as anyone else on the planet by taking on an impossible task and overcoming it with grace, dignity, and style.
The third best KDrama of 2018 is ‘The Great Seer’ (그대의 천사). This show follows two brothers who live in Seoul but travel all over the country looking for their mother’s secret diary before she dies without telling them its location or contents; they find out that she was keeping secrets from everyone around her because she wanted them to know what happened during Korea’s war with Japan…
Best KDrama 2017
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Best Korean Drama 2021
We’ve compiled the list of the best kdramas in 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. If you’re looking for a new KDrama to watch this year or want to find out what KDramas are worth watching in future years, read on!
- Best KDrama 2019 (So Far)
- [The Greatest Love] by Min-Joon Park
- Best KDrama 2020 (So Far)
- [The King’s Face] by Suk-Woo Han
These are some of the best kdrama of 2022.