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2022 K-Dramas To Watch This Rainy Season

2022 K-Dramas To Watch This Rainy Season

Tik! Tak! Tik! Tak! What could be better than watching your favorite K-drama series while hearing the sound of the rain? Whether you’re wearing your fave pajamas with a warm chocolate drink or going home after a long day of work, the best way to feel the moment is by feeling kilig from the best of 2022’s Korean drama series.

If you are one of the chingus out there, then you might want to check these 2022 K-Dramas for this rainy season:

A Business Proposal

Starring Ahn Hyo Seop, Kim SeJeong, Seol In-Ah, and Kim Min-Kyu, A Business Proposal will surely bring butterflies within you. Starting with a disguise for a blind date, Shin Ha-ri (Kim SeJeong) later on found out that it was actually her boss, Kang Tae-moo (Ahn Hyo Seop) whom she met. Carrying the vibe of the classic office romance, this 12-episode K-drama will leave you smiling and hopeful for an Oppa yourself.

Our Beloved Summer

Never beat the love for romantic-comedy series? Then, Our Beloved Summer must be on your list. Centered on the story of ex-lovers Choi Ung (Choi Woo-Shik) and Kook Yeon-soo (Kim Da-Mi), their documentary from high school went viral for years. Despite the promise of not meeting again, the two were left with no choice but to do so for their producer friend’s request. A light romance that pinches the heart with the deep exchange of words between the characters. Indeed, a refreshing theme for a 2022 K-drama.

Twenty Five Twenty One

Following the story of a sports reporter (Nam Joo-Hyuk) and a middle-school fencer (Kim Tae-Ri), the two found their way to each other through various encounters. Combined with a nostalgic taste of youth, Twenty Five Twenty One is a fresh genre worth watching. At ages 22 and 18, they knew each other, and at ages 25 and 21, they fell in love. But when faced with the reality of choosing between pursuing love and chasing their dreams, what really matters more?

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Tomorrow

Heard of a fantasy drama that’s surprisingly relatable? Tomorrow it is! Giving a different story almost every episode, the main character, Choi Jun-Woong (Kim Ro Woon), was employed in the underworld to carry out a special mission – to save people. Serving the most sensitive topics and the harsh realities of life, the drama ought to reflect the real essence of one’s existence.

My Liberation Notes

Highly focused on the demands of life, My Liberation Notes is perfect for those looking for themselves. Giving a glimpse of how the characters come across a fair share of disappointments and setbacks, it is about realizing that life is about getting through it. 

So, what are you waiting for? If you are one of those who does not step out and play with the rain, what’s stopping you from checking out these K-drama recommendations for 2022?

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