This was the first time that I was truly invested in a male lead character in a melodrama it usually takes time for me to get invested in them.Next
Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo is inarguably one of the most talked-about K-dramas and it has everything from time-travel and romance to drama and political intrigue, not to mention.
Story: This story was very interesting about two people from different backgrounds connecting to each other mentally and emotionally after a few events and spending a lot of time together. Cheon Soo-Ho Kim Jung-Hyun is the son of a chaebol; entitled, arrogant and bored. He is seen as a perfect man.
Soon though, trouble brews in paradise and the two find themselves going their separate ways… until fate steps in.
Waking up one day in present-day 2012, while actually being from the Joseon era, is a lot. Romance and time travel? Streaming platforms like Netflix and Hulu have some of the best Korean dramas of all time.Next
Mysteriously connected by phone to Lee Jin Woo, the two agree to join forces to save the president.
One of the most realistic melodramas I have seen in a long while. But Soo Hoo, who carries heavy guilt and is drawn to her, promises to himself to use the 6 months he has left to live to help her, whose life was destroyed because of him.
When Su-ho Cha Eun-woo learns that his father fell ill in the states, he is forced to leave Korea.
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From emotional and physical abuse to learning difficulties, the drama tackles these perfectly with one message in mind.
She initially falls for one of the kind-hearted princes, but she is soon pulled in by the brooding and dark fourth prince. They later end up getting lost in a forest where they stumble upon a restaurant called Secret Garden where they end up drinking magical alcohol which makes them switch bodies.Next
Slowly you adjust to it turning to a political mess and then you are again abruptly handed a change of perspective for I appreciate the idea of having the focus on only ML or FL at a time and giving them time to develop as individual characters who you grow affectionate towards; which is quite rare in drama land to see...