How many of these are on your viewing list?
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31 Jul 2018 - 12:41 PM  UPDATED 1 Aug 2018 - 3:29 PM

 

With so many excellent K-dramas currently airing, it's hard to choose which to watch first. 

Good Data Corporation collated online articles, blog posts, online community chatter, social media and video comments to create a list of the most buzzworthy K-dramas airing (or to have just finished airing) in Korea.

So if you haven't watched these yet, it might be time to!

1. What's Wrong With Secretary Kim

The finale just aired of this show starring Park Seo Joon as a narcissistic company chairman who tries to convince his loyal secretary of nine years Park Min Young to not resign, and maybe falls in love on the way.

2. Mr Sunshine

From the writer of Goblin and Descendants of the Sun, this historical drama stars Lee Byung Hyun and Kim Tae Ri in a story about a soldier who falls in love with an aristocrat's daughter, despite it being everything his morals are against.

3. My ID is Gangnam Beauty

A shy girl undergoes plastic surgery after being bullied in school for her appearance, but is then bullied for her beauty instead. She meets a young man at uni (ASTRO's Cha Eun Woo) who thinks it's what's inside that counts.

4. Life

A medical drama with a power struggle between an emergency doctor and hospital president, starring Lee Dong Wook and Cho Seung Woo.

5. 30 But 17

A single man in his thirties burned by love, gets involved with a 30-year-old woman who's just woken from a 13-year coma and has the mental age of a 17-year-old girl.

6. Life on Mars

Based on the UK series of the same name, Jang Kyung Ho is the detective who gets into an accident while investigating a serial murder case, only to wake in 1988. He has to solve the case to return to present time.

7. Your Honor

Two men born as identical twins (both played by Yoon Si Yoon) lead very different lives: one is a respected judge while the other has an extensive criminal record. But when the judge goes missing, his brother must secretly take his place.

8. Time

Kim Jung Hyun plays a CEO who ruined the life of a young woman (Girls' Generation's Seohyun) and gives everything in the little time he has left to live to fix things for her.

9. Are You Human, Too?

An android is creating to replace the son of a rich family who's in a coma, but not everything goes to plan when he's reunited with his bodyguard (who he might be in love with). Starring Seo Kang Joon and Gong Seung Yeon.

10. Let's Eat 3

Two friends reunite after 12 years, and rediscover their food for love together when they end up living in the same neighbourhood.

So, which of these is next on your viewing list?


 

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