Korean feel-good dramas are our escape. For anyone who is tired of watching serious shows dealing with heavy topics, Korean dramas provide a welcome escape from the serious and scary world of real life and take us to a place filled with love and sweet moments, making our hearts beat faster. hearts. If you want to know what to watch next, we have a list of 5 Korean dramas that will give you all the right vibes and keep you entertained throughout!
5 Korean dramas that feel good
twenty five twenty one
twenty five twenty one was one of the most interesting, gripping, and enjoyable Korean dramas of this year. Filled with thrilling competitions, sweet friendships, and a love story that left us all in shock as to what will happen in the next installment, the series had it all. Although the finale didn’t live up to our expectations, we couldn’t help but fantasize about what happened to our characters after that controversial final episode!
twenty five twenty one revolves around talented fencer Na Hee-do who is determined to give her all to achieve her dreams. Along the way, she makes lifelong friends and falls in love, making her trip a memorable one. The series stars Kim Tae-ri, Nam Joo-hyuk, and Bona, alongside other cast members and has 16 episodes.
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Another hit that took care of our heartbreaking post, the rather sad ending to the previous title was Business proposition. People couldn’t get enough of Ahn Hyo-seop’s Kang Tae-moo and Kim Se-jeong’s Shin Ha-ri. Their chemistry and the way their character arcs progressed made for a delightful show, with humor and romance blending seamlessly.
Business proposition follows Shin Ha-ri and Kang Tae-moo who find themselves on a blind date after the former disguises herself as her best friend in order to get rid of her potential suitor. However, a twist of fate puts her ahead of her CEO, triggering something neither of them could have ever anticipated. The 12-episode feel-good Korean drama stars Ahn Hyo-seop, Kim Se-jeong, Kim Min-kyu, and Seol In-a in the lead roles.
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Ah, a show about a one-sided romance that doesn’t turn out to be a heartbreaking affair for everyone involved. Soundtrack #1 won hearts because of his leads and their kindness. Approaching the subject of unrequited love with great care and empathy, the series did wonders with and for our hearts and delivered a feel-good Korean drama that you can come back to again and again.
Soundtrack #1 follows Lee Eun-su and Han Seon-woo, also best friends who did everything together. However, Seon-woo is hopelessly in love with Eun-su but is unable to tell her for fear she will reject him, thus ending their friendship. But, is there all there is to it? With just 4 episodes, the K-drama stars Han So-hee and Park Hyung-sik as the leads.
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An office romance that will have you dreaming of the perfect office relationship, Shooting Stars is perfect for anyone who loves your typical feel-good Korean dramas. The feuds between the protagonists, the tension between them, the chemistry – it’s all there to give us a sweet, entertaining and dramatic look at a romance that’s both humorous and warm.
Shooting Stars follows Oh Han-byeol who works as the public relations officer of a management company that Gong Tae-sung is associated with. Will their constant bickering and personality clashes turn into something more than that? The 16-episode Korean feel-good drama series stars Lee Sung-kyung, Kim Young-dae, Yoon Jong-hoon, and Kim Yoon-hye in the lead roles.
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I realize this is not the Korean drama you were looking for. However, Bachelor’s Hell, unlike the usual dumpster fire reality TV shows that Netflix offers, is quite entertaining and dramatic – exactly what we want our reality TV shows to be. The show is not trash and is, surprisingly, very watchable. The situations these singles find themselves in and the connections they make are controversial in themselves and make for delightful content that has a touch of feel-good.
Plus, the 8-episode series has been renewed for a second season, so now’s the time to catch up on the first to prepare for more drama!
The series follows a group of single people who find themselves on a remote island to potentially form romantic relationships. However, the road to heaven is paved with thorns and to get a slice of it, they have to go through grueling tasks and extreme grief. Who will end up together?
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