10 Best Korean Dramas from 2020 that will Lighten up your Day

2020 might not be our lucky year, but thankfully we got these new Korean Dramas. We found our escape from reality. If you haven’t binge-watched these pop series, then surely you are missing out on several things. If you are a pop culture connoisseur, you would love K-drama because they are unique and addictive. You will connect with its storyline. Now let’s dive into the lasted drama that South Korea has gifted us.

  1. It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

First on our list is one of the most loved K-drama series, “It’s Okay To Be Not Be Okay.”The story revolves around a mental ward, Moon Gang Tae, who encounters a kids’ book writer Ko Moon Young. Group Tae has carried on with life while taking care of his elder sibling, Sang Tae, who is autistic and experiences reoccurring nightmares of the day their mom was killed. He is a major enthusiast of Ms. Ko, who is antisocial and has a troublesome character. As the story progresses, all three lives get intertwined, and their sensational backstories are uncovered. Besides the fact that the two leading romantic pairs are both elegant, the chemistry of Gang Tae and Ms. Ko’s will keep the audience glued. They have a constant push-and-pull dynamic.

It's Okay To Not Be Okay
It’s Okay To Not Be Okay
  1. Hospital Playlist

Hospital Playlist

Next on our list is Hospital Playlist. It recounts the narrative of five doctors who all went to the same medical school together in 1999 and offered a passion for music. The show follows the companions as they experience the physical and emotional difficulties of working in a hospital, managing patients, and carrying on with their own life outside of work.

 

  1. Flower Of Evil

flower of evil

It is one of the highly recommended series of Korean Drama. It’s unpredictable; however, it depicts reality perfectly wherein the wife never aimlessly follows whatever his husband advises her to do. She follows her impulses and secures her people. Every time she saves people utilizing her capacities as a cop would do. The plot of the story is balanced, and each time a scene closes, one can feel their heart beating and not being able to figure out what’s next.

  1. Tale Of The Nine-Tailed

Tale Of The Nine-Tailed

The Tale of the nine-tailed’s story generally grows around Lee Yeon, a mythical fox known as gumiho, and a documentary movie producer Nam Ji-A (played by Jo Bo-Ah), who were once lovers previously. (The foxes receive human appearances yet have exceptional power.) Situations in the present bring the two on a dangerous journey that involves solving Ji-A’s parent’s mysterious deaths, and the two rediscover their love for each other again.

  1. Start-Up

startup k drama

The show revolves around a group of young people who are altogether anxious to begin their startup. At the point when Bae and Nam’s characters, Seo Dal-Mi and Nam Do-San separately, are selected to join Sandbox alongside Seo’s sister Won In-Jae, the three are set in opposition to each other in a challenge to be the best. The show becomes more interesting because it has a youth connect in terms of love and career. The female lead seems to be like Steve Jobs trying to win against all odds. It is being considered as the story of every youth in the 21st century.

  1. Itaewon Class

Itaewon Class

This K-drama series is the tale of Park Sae-Roy, who opens a restaurant in Itaewon after putting in a couple of years in jail for hitting Jang Geun-won, the child of Jangga Group. The two have an unpleasant history, and now, with a new beginning, Park Sae-Roy not only wants to establish his restaurant DanBam but also wants to overtake Jangga Group because he wants to take revenge for his father’s death. The CEO of Jangga Group is an independent man of accomplishment, and he won’t let Park Sae-Roy rout him or his child. The two participate in a force battle all through the whole arrangement loaded up with succulent unexpected developments and turns.

  1. Stranger 

stranger k drama

For people who are fond of crime thrillers and slow-boiling mysteries, this show won’t disappoint you. Also, recently, Netflix came out with the second season of the show, which focuses on a policeman’s death that is showed as a suicide, but things reveal once Si-Mok starts investigating. You’ll see most of your favorite characters again, including Dong-Jae and Geon. You don’t need to watch season one to enjoy the second one; however, both seasons are highly recommended. Binge-watch the first season to get knowledge of all the characters’ personalities.

  1. The Heirs 

heirs K drama

This drama is about a group of wealthy, privileged school students who will one day control their families’ businesses.  The coming-of-age themes that come out in the drama include identity, wealth, and relationships. One of the main characters is Kim Tan, a chaebol heir to Jeguk Group, who hasn’t had a good relationship with his older half-brother Kim Won because he thinks Tan is trying to steal their father’s company from him. To make Tan’s life even more complicated, he ends up falling in love with his housekeeper’s daughter. Tan tries to defeat all the obstructions to be with Eun-sang regardless of what his family or companions at school say.

  1. Mystic Pop-Up Bar

mystic pop up bar

Han Kang-bae witnesses a mysterious  pojangmacha that only opens at night time. It’s controlled by a lady named Wol-joo, with the assistance of previously supernatural investigator Chief Gwi.Wol-joo decides to hire Kang-bae. What he doesn’t understand immediately is that the Ssanggab Cart Bar is really where both the dead and alive accumulate, and they visit clients in their fantasies to help settle their issues.

  1. A Piece Of Your Mind

A Piece Of Your Mind

Moon Ha Won is an A.I. developer and founder working on making a device that can extend an individual’s life by storing their recollections, feelings, and character through voice chronicles. He attempts to make the resemblance of his ex Kim Ji-soo with the assistance of music engineer Han Seo-charm. But later, he falls for Seo-charm.

 

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