After a tiring week of workloads, you are probably looking for something good to enjoy. So, it’s the best time to binge-watch some K-dramas. It’s not only for a fanatic like me, but it’s for everyone who wants to chill, especially when you prefer a genre that will lighten up your mood with a touch of romance.
5 Best Romantic Comedy K-dramas to binge-watch
1. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo
This series was inspired by the real life story of weightlifting champio Jang Mi Ran. It revolves around the life of a group of athletes who are fighting for their dreams. Later on, they learn from their lives and find love.
2. Mr. Queen
The story revolves around the modern chefs Jang Bong Hwan, King Cheol Jong, and Queen Kim So Yong of Joseon.
One day, the modern man awakens in the body of the queen. Now, he’s struggling on how to get his body back. So, in the body of the queen, he cannot do anything but be involved in palace affairs.
3. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon
Do Bong Soon, the main character of the story, was born with superhuman strength. However, she fears showing it to In Guk doo, her long time crush.
For a woman who wants to impress his man, she works hard. Then, she meets Ahn Min-Hyuk, the CEO of Ainsoft game company where she wants to land her dream job. It’s about how she lives the life of a woman who has extraordinary strength.
4. Welcome to Waikiki
It tells the story of brothers who have a guesthouse in Itirwon named Waikiki. This drama revolves around the real-life situations of every human, how they reach their dreams and started to love. You will surely laugh at the comedic scenes and you will fall in love with every character.
5. Legend of the Blue Sea
This K-drama series centres on a mermaid (Jun Ji Hyun) and a con artist (Lee Min-Ho). Two characters from different worlds meet, with the story revolving around how the mermaid survives and live her life in the city. The con artist, on the other hand, starts to accept and fall in love with her. This series has a touch of comedy and a bit of historical scenes.
If you haven’t watched some these K-dramas, it’s your time now to add them to your list to binge-watch.
Micah Balbin is a student journalist from Cavite State University. She's here to explore and enjoy the world of writing. Believes that you don't need to fit yourself in the standard of society. You were born to stand out in your ways.