I’m really picky when it comes to Korean drama (and books and music and pretty much everything) and I sometimes don’t finish watching all the episodes. But on some rare chance I do finish one, I feel proud and happy that I did. So here is a list (a small list) of some of the Korean and non dramas I’ve finished and enjoyed.
- Kill Me, Heal Me: The Korean drama has 20 awesome episodes about a guy who suffers from a dissociative identity disorder and how he falls in love with his psychiatric doctor. It’s an entertaining, funny yet sad, heart-wrenching, roller coaster ride. It stars Ji Sung (Entertainer) and Hwang Jung Eum (She was Pretty) as the main lead as well as Park Seo Joon (She was Pretty).
- Who Are You – School 2015: A 16 episode Korean drama about a girl who was at the top of her school wakes up from amnesia. This drama is full of mystery and surprising twists and turns. It stars Kim So Hyun (The Moon that Embraces the Sun) as the main female lead, Nam Joo Hyuk (Cheese in the Trap) and Yook Sung Jae (BTOB) as the male lead.
- 49 days: This Korean drama has 20 episodes of scenes full of mystery and second chances. It’s about a girl who dies in a car accident and has 49 days to find three people who would sincerely cry about her. She possess another girls body to do so and it’s exciting to watch how all of these characters lives are intertwined with each other. It stars Lee Yo Won (Queen Seon Deok) and Nam Gyu Ri (Heartless City).
- Autumn’s Concerto: A 21 episode Taiwanese drama about a girl, who overcomes challenging obstacles in order to create a happy life, falling in love with a notorious playboy. It’s a loving tale of first-love, the obstacles of having and child and so much love and heart-break. It stars Ady An and Vanness Wu (Meteor Garden) as the main lead.
- Heartless City: A 20 episode Korean drama full of mystery and crime. It’s sexy with a hint of edge. Nam Gyu Ri stars as the main female lead as she goes undercover in a world of crime and drugs. Jung Kyung Ho (Falling for Innocence) is the sexy main male lead.
All these dramas are entertaining to watch and available on DramaFever. (I’m not sponsoring them. I actually watch them on DramaFever and want to share where I watch Korean dramas).