5 Best Korean Drama Series You Can Watch: If you’re not watching Korean dramas, better known as K-dramas, then you’re missing out in several ways. K-dramas have become a worldwide sensation. Known for their interesting storylines and intense plot twists, Korean dramas can go from a charming romantic comedy slash thriller to a stunning period piece incredibly to heart wrenching to what was that, just in a heartbeat. That variety is exactly what keeps viewers coming back for more. Here, we have listed out the best 5 K-dramas (Korean Dramas) to watch.Also Read - Endangered Sangai Deer That Escaped From Flash Floods Rescued & Treated by Manipuri Villagers | Watch
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A dramatic love story, Crash Landing On You series tells the tale of a South Korean heiress to a large conglomerate who, while paragliding, accidentally crash-lands in North Korea where she meets a North Korean army officer who protects her and they begin a love story despite political strife. So if you want a light drama then this one’s a good pick.
If you liked watching Gossip Girl, this is going to be your next guilty pleasure. Set in a high school full of teenagers from uber rich families, the series is highly recommended for the one’s who have just started to watch the K dramas.
Sweet Home (2020)
While, if you’re a horror honour fan then, Sweet Home which reached #3 on Netflix’s Top 10 list shortly after it’s release in December 2020 is your go to series especially those who love the zombie genre will get hooked on this apocalyptic show.
A mash-up of dark comedy and crime thriller, with a bit of danger yet cutting storyline Vincenzo will keep you hooked for the next coming weeks. This lawyer/mafia boss advisor, helps a tycoon hide his gold in a mafia-secured vault.
Who doesn’t love a gory thriller? The crown prince, framed for treason and desperate to save his people, sets out on a journey to ‘unveil what evil lurks in the dark’. Set during Korea’s Joseon period a few years after the Japanese invasions of Korea (1592-1598), it’s full of gore, life-threatening political conspiracy and tonnes of blood, Kingdom is a perfect watch for all period watchers.