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Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix: Along with K-pop artists, romantic K-dramas have been a part of the Korean wave. The gooey and cliched dramas are a pleasant diversion from the gritty storytelling and plots that tend to dominate Western television. Particularly in the past year, there has been a surge in popularity in romantic Korean dramas, and these gentle stories with attractive, sympathetic protagonists, picturesque settings,

and compelling stories have now earned a permanent place in everyone’s hearts and Netflix queues. Enter the corny yet seductive world of an excellent romantic Korean drama now

that the monsoon is creating a romantic spell. We have options, whether you’re a newcomer looking for the ideal K-drama to watch or a devoted fan looking for fresher choices. The best Korean romantic dramas available to stream on Netflix are listed below.

Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix

Twenty five twenty one

A lovely, nostalgic coming-of-age story that spans a decade is the most talked-about (or watched) romantic comedy in recent memory. Twenty Five Twenty One follows the lives of two of its main characters—high school fencing prodigy Hee-do (played by Kim Tae-ri in Mister Sunshine) and former chaebol scion Yi-jin (Start Up- Nam Up’s Joo-hyuk), who went from riches to rags—as the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s affects their lives (and subsequently their love story).

Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha

There is no better watch than Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha if you want to feel wonderful. The drama series Mr. Handy, Mr. Hong, which was based on the 2004 South Korean film of the same name, centers on Yoon Hye-jin, a sharp dentist who lives in a huge metropolis. She relocates to a tiny beach town nonetheless after losing her job abruptly, where she meets Hong Doo-sik, a compassionate man who frequently does odd tasks. They have such an enticing chemistry.

Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix

Crash Landing On You (Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix)

Son Ye-jin, a South Korean heiress, peaches and ends up on the incorrect side of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) (the Demilitarized Zone that separates the two Koreas). North Korean Special Police Force Captain Ri Jeong-hyeok (Hyun-bin) saves her. They naturally fall in love, so he has to keep her identity a secret

and bring her home before anyone finds out. Thanks to its A-list performers, strong supporting cast, and multifaceted depiction of life in North Korea, Crash Landing on You was a ratings hit (it is currently the third highest-rated drama in Korean TV history).

Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix

Romance is a Bonus Book

Kang Dan-i (Lee Na-young), a divorced single mother and former copywriter, is currently without a job. She has a close friendship with Cha Eun-ho (Lee Jong-suk), a published author who also serves as the publisher’s head editor. Dan-i is tasked with finding Eun-ho a cleaner, but she discreetly starts cleaning his house before he even knows it. At some point, she is forced to tell Eun-ho the truth,

and she accepts a temporary position at his publishing company. Dan-i left the profession to raise a child, and she now attempts to return but is met with discrimination and hardship, which gives this endearing romantic comedy another element.

Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix

The Heirs (Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix)

Think of this well-liked 2013 drama as a Korean adaptation of The O.C. Cha Eun-sang (Park Shin-hye) works part-time jobs to support herself and resides in the opulent Kim family’s house where her mother is a housekeeper. She is given a scholarship to attend a high school for members of Korea’s one percent,

where she quickly finds herself caught up in a love triangle involving Kim Tan, a Kim family heir, and his rival Choi Young-do (Lee Min-ho) (Kim Woo-bin).

Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix

Start – Up (Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix)

In the movie Start-Up, Bae Suzy plays Seo Dal-mi, a character who aspires to be the Korean Steve Jobs in a hypothetical Korean Silicon Valley. Dal-mi, who is passionate about what she does, joins a start-up company and rapidly finds herself caught up in a difficult love triangle. While Dal-mi believes Nam Do-san (Nam Joo-hyuk), a young man struggling with his luck,

is her first love, Han Ji-pyeong (Kim Seon-ho), a young man who is now a successful venture investor, was actually her first love. Due to this, Do-san is inspired to try his start-up once more and make Dal-error mi’s a reality.

Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix

Because this is my first life

You’ll find yourself falling in love before you realize it thanks to this sweet Korean drama. The best way to describe this series is as bittersweet because it is a romantic, humorous, but sometimes somber series that follows

the lives of two roommates in their thirties who move in together as housemates for financial reasons. For the sake of their families’ satisfaction, this suffering couple will finally be married, after which their romance will slowly but surely blossom.

Goblin (Guardian: The Lonely and Great God)

This romantic Korean drama is unquestionably among the best television programmes ever produced. Following Kim Shin, an immortal goblin who also happens to be cursed, the story takes place over a period of thousands of years. Shin finds Ji Eun-tak, the only person who is capable of breaking the curse,

as he frantically tries to do so. The show’s high point is Kim’s reluctant friendship with the Grim Reaper, his roommate, despite the tragic and endearing love tale (*plot twist*).

My Love from the Star (Romance Korean Dramas On Netflix)

This series demonstrates that Koreans do have a fondness for aliens. Do Min-joon is an alien with all the attractive qualities of a human and superior physical capabilities, but because he doesn’t age, he has to continually change his identity over time. However, he encounters Cheon Song-yi just before he has a chance to depart Earth

and get back to his home planet. He falls in love with her and gets entangled in her wacky, unpredictable life, and we all know how that ends.

When the weather is fine

It’s calm, it’s underappreciated, and it’s ideal. This Korean love drama follows cello teacher Mok Have-won as she returns to her modest hometown in the countryside after becoming weary of the big city life. She runs across Eun-seob, a former classmate and neighbour

who is now a bookstore owner, as she attempts to reestablish her connection to the peaceful life. Together, they get over the burdens of their individual histories to reveal a lovely love tale.

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