I won’t deny, when I have nothing else to do at home and I feel so bored, I watch Korean dramas too. I got myself really hooked so much that I ended up watching not just one episodes. I know its a crazy bad habit but it kept me happy for those days that my happy hormones seemed to be low and I’m left with nothing to do but to stay at home. With my influence, even my husband has been hooked with a few of this too.
Get your hug-gable pillow, snacks and enjoy watching these K-dramas online to get rid of that boredom.
Also, if you want to watch the series, feel free to click the photo.
WARNING: Nakaka-kilig to, promise.
- Descendants of the Sun. The 2 Songs, Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong-Ki will make you feel their love for their country, their responsibility and their wonderful love story caught up in between. Its when a doctor who saves lives, falls for an SF Team Captain who kills if he has to, for the sake of many. Well, its a call of duty.
- Moon Lovers Scarlet Heart: Ryeo. It’s base on the Chinese novel ‘Bu Bu Xing JIn’ by Tong Hua setted up in the early Goryeo regime. A modern day woman named Hae Soo (IU) got transported back in Goryeo Dynasty, trapped between struggles and conflicts between princes of the Wang’s House.
It’s a heart-warming love triangle as well. Not to mention, they have a catchy selection of nakaka-LSS na OST.
- Uncontrollably Fond. A top movie star (Kim Woo-bin) and a materialistic documentary PD (Suzy) rekindle their relationship years after a painful separation in their youth, only to find their path obstructed by ongoing secrets, corrupt people in power, and illness. A melodrama driven by Kim Woo-bin, who puts in a moving performance as a man desperate to help his love.
It’s another wonderful tear-jerker love story that unravels the mystery of their unfinished past.
- Love in the Moonlight. A woman, Hang Ra On (Kim You Joung), disguises herself as a man and counsels men on dating. Due to a love letter she wrote for a client, she meets Crown Prince Hyo Myeong (Park Bo Gum). They’re both unaware of each other’s real identity until Hang Ra On becomes a political eunuch in the palace where the crown prince stays.
- Legend of the Blue Seas. A mermaid who finds herself transplanted to modern times, caught by Heo Joon Jae, a charming but cold con artist who is the doppelgänger for Kim Moon, the son of a nobleman from the Joseon Dynasty. The story was inspired by a classic Joseon legend from Korea’s first collection of unofficial historical tales, about a fisherman who captures and releases a mermaid.
Lee Min Ho is back together with Jeon Ji Hyeon, and they’re ready to capture our hearts with their historical tale. It’s making a trend right now in social media since the story is on going and will be aired until January 2017. Nood na.
Let me know which one you enjoyed and if there’s something you can recommend for me to watch during stay-cations. Share your thoughts with me.
Enjoy the weekend!