6 romantic K-dramas to add to your Christmas watchlist
These 6 K-dramas are perfect to enjoy this holiday season.
In the cold weather of the year-end holiday season, what’s better than watching Korean dramas while sipping a cup of hot chocolate? For fans of the romance genre, this Christmas will certainly be the most suitable time to watch romantic Korean dramas. Let’s take a look at 6 heart-fluttering series you should immediately add to your Christmas watchlist!
1. Our Beloved Summer
If you are tired of adult love stories and looking for a youth rom-com, then you definitely should not miss Our Beloved Summer. The drama revolves around Kook Jeon Soo (Kim Da Mi) and Choi Woong (Choi Woo Sik), a couple who broke up a long time ago. However, fate arranges for them to reunite after the documentary they filmed 10 years ago in high school suddenly becomes popular.
2. When The Weather Is Fine
Set in the winter in a quiet village, When The Weather Is Fine centers on the romance between young cellist Hae Won (Park Min Young) and local bookstore owner Eun Seob (Seo Kang Joon). The drama has a lighthearted and emotional storyline with no dramatic details, making the viewers feel comforted. The Weather Is Fine is like the dream of young people who are stuck in modern life with many worries and always look for something sweet to heal their souls.
3. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha
Needless to say, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, one of the best Korean dramas of 2021, is a must-watch if you haven’t checked it out. Set against the backdrop of a peaceful seaside village, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha depicts the love-hate relationship between Du Sik (Kim Seon Ho) and Hye Jin (Shin Min Ah) with healing, sweet, romantic, funny and meaningful footage.
Something In The Rain has both the steamiest and sweetest scenes. The drama portrays the “noona” romance between Joon Hee (Jung Hae In) and Jin Ah (Son Ye Jin). With a romantic winter setting, this emotional melodrama is a perfect option for a cozy Christmas night in.
5. Romance Is A Bonus Book
Romance Is A Bonus Book marks the on-screen collaboration between the most successful “fanboy” Lee Jong Suk and his senior Lee Na Young. Not only depicting a sweet “noona” romance, the drama also cleverly integrates the sad reality of discrimination in Korean society. However, besides deep parts in the storyline, this couple still makes the audience’s hearts flutter with many cheesy scenes in their journey to escape “friendzone”.
6. Yumi’s Cells
Adapted from the famous webtoon of the same name, Yumi’s Cells depicts the daily life of ordinary office worker Yumi (Kim Go Eun) from the point of view of various brain cells in her head. Yumi’s Cells has attracted much attention for its unique plot. The first season of the drama also treats the audience to countless sweet and heartfelt moments of Yumi and her boyfriend Woong (Ahn Bo Hyun).