We know a lot of you are willing to sacrifice sleep just to binge the latest talked-about show. But since there’s been a truckload of new series as of late, we’ve curated the most fun, addicting, and kilig-inducing Korean dramas that have been getting a lot of rave reviews.
So sit back, relax, and get ready to spend hours of reading subtitles and squirming in kilig and laughter. For K-drama addicts who haven’t had the luxury of time to catch up with what everyone’s been bingeing, microwave some popcorn because you all need to watch these, stat!
My ID is Gangnam Beauty
The ever-so-dreamy Cha Eun Woo stars alongside Im Soo Hyang in this cute, empowering drama about a girl who tries to build her self-esteem from within. After getting plastic surgery done, Kang Mi Rae (Soo Hyang) receives backlash for being a “plastic monster”.
The story follows her journey to gain confidence and get rid of the true “monster” in her destroying her self-worth. If you’re looking for something lighthearted and easy to watch, this is for you.
Terius Behind Me
So Ji Sub plays a legendary secret agent who gets caught in a whirlwind of conspiracies after the husband of his neighbor dies.
This mystery-thriller will keep you up and leave you breathless and not just because of So Ji Sub’s smolder. You’re in for a heart-racing experience that will keep you guessing after every episode.
Are You Human?
Seo Kang Joon plays Nam Shin, a rich heir whose scientist mother made AI replicas of him after being separated from each other. After an attempt on his life, Nam Shin slips into a coma that prompts his mother to send in an AI replica of him to take his place.
Kang So Bong becomes Nam Shin’s personal bodyguard and although wildly suspicious of his unnatural, robotic behaviour, she starts to fall in love with him. Gasp! And that’s where the story takes us. Are you in yet?
What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim
Park Seo Joon portrays a haughty and rich vice president of a major company while Park Min Young plays his very dependable secretary who decides to resign from her position after nine years.
Realizing her worth after all these years, Lee Young Jun (Seo Joon) decides to win her back. This series is so good it has become one of the highest rated Korean dramas in cable television history. If that’s not a reason for you to watch it, then we don’t know what!
Where Stars Land
Love in the airport? Sign us up! Lee Je Hoon plays Lee Soo Yeon, a graduate from a prestigious flying school, starts working at Incheon International Airport. A mysterious man, he keeps his distance from most people.
He later meets fellow employee Han Yeo Reum, played by Chae Seo Bin, who works in the passenger service team. Will she discover Soo Yeon’s secret? Fun fact: Lauren Young and Ejay Falcon make a guest appearance here. This drama just premiered last October, so you better start catching up!