Valentine's Day K-Drama Fix: 7 Underrated Shows You Need to Stream

2024/02/12 17:23:51 IST

One Spring Night

    A thirtysomething couple has been dating for a long time. They start to see their relationship differently when they start talking about marriage. The drama, starring Jung Hae In, Han Ji Min, and Kim Jun Han, is not as lavish as other dramas, but it still has a certain charm. Despite having different personalities, the storys librarian and pharmacist, both stuck in their daily routines, feel a magnetic attraction towards one another.

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Our Beloved Summer

    Two ex-lovers who couldnt stand each other find themselves making a documentary together years after their high school breakup. This causes them to confront their past and explore the possibility of getting back together, which results in humorous conflicts and honest emotions. Choi Woo Shik and Kim Da Mi play the main roles in the K-drama, while BTSs V covers the notorious OST Christmas Tree.

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Our Blues

    Some were attracted by the captivating plotlines of different people unfolding across parallel universes, while others were lured in by the beautiful OST by Jimin of BTS. Without focusing on a single main character, Our Blues deftly examines the development of love across several generations and situations. This anthology series, which is set on Jeju Island, delves into the lives and interwoven tales of a variety of characters.

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When the weather is Fine

    After experiencing disappointment in the city, a cellist returns home and rekindles her friendship with a former bookstore owner. Their subdued exchanges and sluggish relationship tell a touching story of recovery and second chances.The show stars Park Min Young and Song Kang Joon in the lead role.

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Something In The Rain

    Sick of the same old teen romances? This series, which stars Son Ye Jin and Jung Hae In, centres on a career lady without children who meets her best friends younger brother again when he returns from a three-year stint working overseas. What starts out as an effort to get back in touch quickly develops into a passionate romance.

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Coffee Prince

    For Netflix binge-watchers who like popcorn as a snack and Korean classics, Coffee Prince is a great choice. The tale, which stars Gong Yoo, Lee Sun Kyun, and Yoon Eun Hye in the lead roles, is on a tomboy who gets mistaken for a young guy and chooses to keep up the pretence in order to get a job. However, when her supervisor, a man, begins to feel something for her, things start to go wrong.

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My Liberation Notes

    The Yeom siblings, who struggle to make ends meet in their 9 to 5 occupations, are the subject of the K-dramas. With a romance plot that stars Kim Ji Won and Son Suk Ku, the programme realistically illustrates the idea that not everything is a fairytale. For people who are in their late 20s or early 30s in particular, this series is relatable.

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