Here Is A List Of 7 Best K-Dramas That You Need To Add To Your Watch List
Alright, brace yourselves for a mind-blowing adventure into the world of K-dramas! I fell head over heels into this enchanting universe when I stumbled upon the sensational Squid Game last year. And let me tell you, folks, there's more to Korea than just kimchi and skincare—K-dramas are where the real magic happens!
First things first, these Korean plots are crazier than a rollercoaster ride! They can give even the most thrilling Abbas-Mustan movies a run for their money. Prepare to have your socks knocked off by twists and turns that will make your head spin!
Here's a little secret: the best way to experience a Korean drama is to watch it in Hindi. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise! The fusion of Korean storytelling with the magic of Hindi dialogue is like a burst of flavour in your entertainment palette.
So, my fellow drama enthusiasts, let me share the crème de la crème of K-dramas for a week filled with non-stop entertainment. Get ready to bookmark these magnificent seven:
Oh My Ghost (2015)
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Hold on to your seats as the timid chef Na Bong-sun (Park Bo-young) gets possessed by a sassy ghost with a mission to lose her virginity. You won't believe the transformation that takes place, catching the eye of her longtime crush and culinary genius, Kang Sun-woo (Jo Jung-suk). Brace yourself for a spicy dish of comedy and romance!
Crash Landing On You (2019)
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Itaewon Class (2020)
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This drama is a concoction of romance, revenge, and rebellion, served with a side of heartwarming moments. Watch Park Sae-ro-yi (Park Seo-Joon) open a bar after he returns from prison to avenge his father's death, gathering a group of misfits who will steal your heart along the way. Get ready for a spicy cocktail of emotions!
Squid Game (2021)
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If you want to lose your K-drama virginity in style, start with Squid Game. It's my personal favourite and for a good reason. Financially distressed individuals enter a mysterious game contest, lured by a ridiculously huge cash prize. But beware, my friends, because losing in these seemingly innocent games can be deadly. Prepare for a thrilling, nail-biting adventure!
Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (2021): When a successful 30-something dentist Yoon Hye Jin ((Shin Mina) is forced to open a clinic in a small village, she encounters a charming handyman Hong Du Sik (Kim Seon Ho) and a community of lovable residents. Love blossoms in unexpected places, creating a heartwarming tale that will make you smile and believe in the magic of simplicity.
All of Us Are Dead (2022): Imagine a high school turned into a zombie-infested nightmare. It's survival of the fittest as trapped students must band together to escape becoming a zombie snack. This K-drama will keep you on the edge of your seat, guaranteeing a wild and thrilling ride!
Business Proposal (2022): Calling all romantics! This drama will make your heart flutter. Shin Ha-ri (Kim Sejeong) finds herself in a crazy situation when she agrees to pretend to be her best friend's date. Little does she know that the person she's impersonating is none other than her own boss Tae Moo (Ahn Hyo-seop) who agrees to see her only to convince his grandfather Cue the sparks and unexpected love that will leave you swooning.
So, my fellow K-drama enthusiasts, these are the must-watch shows to kickstart your K-pop journey. Trust me, you won't be able to resist their captivating plots, delightful characters, and unexpected twists. Grab your popcorn, settle in, and let the binge-watching extravaganza begin!
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