10 Korean Romance Dramas To Add To Your Must-Watch List

Korean dramas have always been a form of therapy for its watchers, especially the ones that give a mushy feeling. For someone who has experience in watching legendary romance Korean dramas, it is impossible not to clamour for more. 

Although, not all romance dramas get to have the perfect endings. While some leave us with curiosity, some also leave us with thorns in our hearts.

Nevertheless, the major thing is that these dramas are enjoyed and help get relieved in one way or the other.

1. Shooting Stars

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Starring: Lee Sung-Kyung and Kim Young-Dae

Episodes: 16

Release date: April 22 – June 11, 2022

Shooting stars is a comedy romance drama that emphasizes the obsession of fans as well as the pressure they impose on their top celebrities. It shows how Oh Han-Byeol (Lee Sung-Kyung) who is the head of the PR team, does her work diligently and then gets involved with Gong Tae-Sung (Kim Young-Dae) who works as an actor in the same entertainment company.  

This drama shows a different prospect of k-drama, as the male lead gets to kiss another woman which is not the female lead. It also gives us six different ships (couple) in one drama. It is a drama that puts a smile on the face. 

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2. Love All Play 

Starring:  Park Ju-Hyun, , Park Ji-Hyun, Kim Mu-Jun and Seo Ji-Hye

Episodes: 16

Release date: April 20 – June 9, 2022

This series is a sports romance drama which shows the lifestyle of youths on how they try to find themselves as badminton players with the most intriguing being the relationship between Park Taeyang (Park Ju Hyun) and Park Taejun (Chae Jong-Hyeop). Despite complicated entanglements, they get to see a different perspective of life. 

3. Our Blues

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Starring:  Lee Byung-hun, Shin Min-A, Cha Seung-Won, Lee Jung-Eun, Uhm Jung-Hwa, Han Ji-Min, and Kim Woo-Bin.

Episodes: 20

Release date: April 9 – June 12, 2022

If you have watched Hometown Cha Cha Cha, you will have an idea of what this drama is like. However, it consists of a larger cast and the drama portrays teenage love, adult love, unrequited love and several challenges experienced by the characters. My favourite story is about Bang Yeong-Ju and Jung Hyeon because of the support they had for each other despite having to deal with teenage pregnancy. 

Another amazing thing about this drama is that our amazing couple (Kim Woo Bin and Shin Min Ah) starred in this drama. Meanwhile, they were not couples in the drama.


4. The King’s Affection 

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Starring: Park Eun-bin, Rowoon, Nam Yoon-Su, Choi Byung-chan, Bae Yoon-Kyung, and Jung Chae-Yeon

Episodes: 20

Release date: October 11 – December 14, 2021

It is no doubt that historical dramas are always very interesting and over the years they have captured the heart of the audience. The King’s Affection simply shows the romance between two main characters (Park Eun-Bin and Rowoon) who had their first encounter while they were still young and somehow got entangled when they got older.

This drama centres on Park Eun-Bin who played dual roles as Crown Prince Lee Hwi and Lady Dam-Yi or Yeon-Seon in which she had to live the life designed for her by her parents and the wicked officials of the Joseon dynasty. 

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5. From Now On Showtime

Starring:  Park Hae-jin, Jin Ki-Joo, and Jung Joon-ho.

Episodes: 16

Release date: April 23 – June 12, 2022

Looking for a drama to crack you up and also make you feel mushy?

Then this is it!

Park Hae-jin (Cha Cha-Woong) is a popular magician, the grandson of a well-known shaman who also can see ghosts. He somehow got involved with Jin Ki-Joo (Go Seul-Hae) who is a strict and law-abiding police officer. Together, they solve mysterious cases and develop romantic feelings for each other. 

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6. Woori The Virgin

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Starring: Im Soo-hyang, Sung-hoon, Shin Dong-Wook and Hong Ji-yoon

Episodes: 14

Release date: May 9 – June 21, 2022

‘Woori the Virgin’ drama centres on Woori (Im Soo-Hyang) who had the intention of keeping her virginity until marriage while in a relationship with Detective Lee Gang-Jae (Shin Dong-Wook) but got pregnant through artificial insemination due to her doctor’s mistake. The father of the baby happens to be Raphael (Sung Hoon). It is an impressive drama with a different prospect than the usual K-drama custom, therefore, it is a must-watch. 

7. Business Proposal

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Starring:  Ahn Hyo-Seop, Kim Se-Jeong, Kim Min-kyu, and Seol In-ah

Episodes: 12

Release date: February 28 – April 5, 2022

Unlike other cliché contractual relationships, this drama breeds a different vibe entirely and you cannot but pay attention to it.

The drama shows how four couples get entangled in a romantic relationship and how they were able to get one another backs. Sadly, the number of episodes is few compared to how much fun it offers. 

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8. Crazy Love

Starring:  Kim Jae-Wook, Krystal Jung, and Ha Jun

Episodes: 16

Release date: March 7 – April 26, 2022

An unexpected love story emerges between a boss and one secretary. Crazy love depicts the perseverance of Lee Shin-A (Krystal) as she works with Noh Go-Jin (Kim Jae-Wook) for more than a year but was less appreciated. However, mistakes and confusion led to a perfect romantic relationship between the two. 

9. Mr Queen

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Starring: Shin Hye-sun, Kim Jung-Hyun 

Episodes: 20

Release date: December 12, 2020 – February 14, 2021

Queen is another historical drama that has romance full over. It shows how misunderstandings and hatred evolved to love. Not only will it cause butterflies in your stomach, but it would also put a smile on your face. Kim So-Yong (Shin Hye-sun) and Kim So-Yong (Kim Jung-Hyun) as well as all other casts performed their roles well in making the drama worthwhile. 

10. Crash Landing On You

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Starring:  Hyun Bin, Son Ye-jin, Kim Jung-Hyun and Seo Ji-Hye.

Episodes: 16

Release date: December 14, 2019 – February 16, 2020

This is one of the most legendary romance dramas that should not be missed. The drama shows two major romantic sets of couples and it counters the cliché love triangles in Korean dramas. The love of both couples was very remarkable in diverse ways and it is worth watching. 

Romance Korean dramas do their assignment diligently by giving us what we expect except for some that usually have their flops. It can be disheartening that some dramas do not get the recognition they deserve hence a low rating, however, it does not stop us from watching them.

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