Korean Dramas! Korean Drama serves romance at its best level and those interesting plots becomes icing on the cake.
Are you a fan too? If No, but you want to start then here are the top 6 all time trending Korean drama series. These along with their plots will catch your interest and transform you into a K-Drama fan too!
Here is the TOP Korean Drama series for you
Boys over Flowers
Also known as Boys before Flowers is a 2009 South Korean television series that is popular throughout Asia. This is about an average girl who gets tangled up in the lives of an arrogant rich boys and his friends.
This K-Drama featured Geum Jan Di as an ordinary girl whose family who owns a dry cleaning store, and the F4 group in Shin Hwa High School. However, she finds herself being terrorized by the F4 leader, Gu Jun Pyo. Although Jun Pyo persists on bullying her, he begins to find himself attracted to Jan Di. However, Jan Di has a crush on Yoon Ji Hoo, Jun Pyo’s best friend. When she realizes that Ji Hoo is merely a close friend and that she really loves Jun Pyo the couple are thrown into a dilemma as Jun Pyo’s mother sets out to break them up and find a more suitable match for her son.
Koo Hye Sun as Geum Jan Di
Lee Min Ho as Goo Joon Pyo
My Love from the Star
This South Korean TV series is written by Park Ji-eun. It is a romantic fantasy story about an alien who landed on Earth and 400 years later falls in love with a top actress in the modern era.
The Korean Alien is brought to life by Kim Soo Hyun as he played Do Min-Joon in the drama. Min Joon is an alien who landed on Earth 400 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. Their relationship went from being strangers, to someone special that even the impossible things can never be a hindrance between them.
Jun Ji-hyun as Cheon Song-yi
Kim Soo-hyun as Do Min-joon
Park Hae-jin as Lee Hwi-kyung
Yoo In-na as Yoo Se-mi
This TV series is also knows as Personal Preference is a 2010 South Korean series. It is adapted from Lee Se-in’s novel of the same name.
This story is about a girl named Park Kae-in, who is a furniture designer who lives in a Korean traditional house designed by her father who is a famous and reclusive architecture professor. She is naive and is being taken for granted by her boyfriend Han Chang-ryul who she has been dating for a longtime. Her boyfriend breaks up with her and gets engaged to Kim In-hee, who is Park Kae-in’s roommate. Kae-in is heartbroken and determined to never love again. Then comes the male lead of this story Jeon Jin-ho, who is an architect. He is interested in Sanggojae, which is the house of Park Kae-in, because he want to win a favor of Dam Art centre director.
Kae-in and Jin-ho become roommates as she thinks he is a gay. Jin-ho lies about being a gay so as to become her roommate. From there this story leads into them developing feelings for each other.
Son Ye-jin as Park Kae-in
Lee Min-ho as Jeon Jin-ho
Kim Ji-seok as Han Chang-ryul
Wang Ji-hye as Kim In-hee
W is a 2016 South Korean television series. It centers on the clash between “two worlds”: the real world and a fantasy world inside a webtoon, from which the title of the television series was taken.
The title of the television series is taken from W, a fictional webtoon which became a bestseller in South Korea.
The webtoon world of W is an approximate replica of the real world South Korea and its capital Seoul. Entry to the webtoon world can be through Seong-moo’s magical tablet, or upon a summoning from the webtoon world or from W’s main character Kang Chul. On the other hand, reentry (teleportation) to the real world happens also upon Kang Chul’s or the webtoon’s bidding, or through a rectangular, crystal-like portal, which appears once Kang Chul discovers and affirms to himself the truth behind his world and his identity as the main cartoon character. Once the story of the webtoon ends, the webtoon world continues to exist but the “characters” will instantaneously lose their titles as “characters” and may live their own lives.
Lee Jong-suk as Kang Chul
Han Hyo-joo as Oh Yeon-joon
Hyun Seung-min as teen Yeon-joo
Park Min-ha as child Yeon-joo
Jung Yoo-jin as Yoon So-hee
Lee Tae-hwan as Seo Do-yoon
Park Won-sang as Han Cheol-ho
The Heirs also known as The Inheritors, is a 2013 South Korean television written by Kim Eun-sook.
A romantic story which involved hardships, friendships, and rivalries of young, rich heirs led by Kim Tan and a girl named Cha Eun-Sang.18-year-old Eun-Sang lives with her mother who is mute. Her mother works as a housekeeper and she also works part-time jobs to help out. Meanwhile, Kim Tan is not your typical high school student, but a handsome and wealthy Korean heir to a large conglomeration. The two met each other in Eun-Sang’s difficult situation, and later on found themselves to be more attached to each other than they could even imagine.
Lee Min-ho as Kim Tan
Park Shin-hye as Cha Eun-sang
Kim Woo-bin as Choi Young-do
Kim Ji-won as Rachel Yoo
Descendants of the Sun
This is a 2016 Korean Drama series and received lots of love from Korean drama fans.
This is a Korean military romance featuring Shi-Jin as the captain of the Special Forces. He was injured and meets Dr. Mo-Yeon for the first time. He falls in love with her immediately. Mo-Yeon mistakenly assumes Shi-Jin is part of thief’s criminal gang. He proves to her that he is a soldier with the help of army doctor Myeong-Joo. They began dating each other but due to their jobs, their dates don’t go well. Will they have a stable relationship despite their huge differences?
Song Joong-ki as Captain Yoo Si-jin
Song Hye Kyo as Doctor Kang Mo-yeon
Jin Goo as Sergeant Major Seo Dae-young
Kim Ji-won as First Lieutenant Yoon Myung-ju
Have you or have you not seen all of these K-Dramas? If not, then I suggest you to start with anyone of them and soon you will find yourself in love with them.