On rainy days, we get tired of sleeping or staring out the window, so whether you prefer something slow to go with the weather or something upbeat to counteract it, we’ve got you covered with our failure-proof remedies of
1. Snuggling under a duvet, with some hot chocolate close by, or
2. Wrapping the duvet around and eating hot spicy noodles while your eyes are pinned on the screens of your phone with these K-drama series that would provide warmth on a rainy day
Sounds better? C’mon, let’s go check out these dramas below!
1. I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice
Hae Won (Park Min Young) has a bad love life. She misses her peaceful childhood home in the countryside, despite living in the sprawling metropolis of Seoul. When she returns, she meets the sweet Eun Seop (Seo Kang Joon), who makes her reconsider her life, and she gradually begins to let down her walls. Even when the weather isn’t cooperating, this scenery drama is delightfully warm.
If you, too, need a break from the madness of everyday life, let this drama’s comforting story soothe you.
2. Hometown Cha Cha Cha
Shin Min AH plays Yoon Hye Jin, a dentist who quits her job in the city after a fight with her boss. She moves to a small town to start over, but runs into a string of bad luck, forcing her to seek the assistance of Hong Doo Shik, played by Kim Seon Ho. Doo Shik continues to assist Hye Jin as she regains her footing, and she eventually opens a practice in the small town.
There’s a reason why this series has been on everyone’s watchlist, and if you haven’t seen it yet, this is a sign from the universe that you should.
3. Pretty Noona Buys Me Food
Son Ye Jin plays Yoon Jin Ah, and Jung Hae In plays Seo Joon Hee in “Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food.” The plot revolves around Ji Ah and Joon Hee falling in love after knowing each other since they were children. Ji Ah is also good friends with Joon Hee’s older sister. Despite their age difference, the two fall in love and must deal with the trials and tribulations of their family members’ opposition to their relationship.
“Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food” captures the heat and passion of Joon Hee and Ji Ah’s chemistry, which is exactly what we need in these times- heartbreaking scenes.
4. A Korean Odyssey
You know that saying about feeling better because someone else is suffering? It might work here because the weather in this series is so cold that you can see the actors’ breath.
This is the one for you if you want an all-consuming fantasy that meets comedy and drama.
This series follows Son Oh-gong (Lee Seung-gi) and Woo Ma-wang (Cha Seung-won), who are at odds as they seek a true light in a dark world where evil thrives. Son Oh-gong is then bound to his protective role towards Jin Seon-mi (Oh Yeon-seo), the young girl he met years ago.
If your idea of a bedtime drama is watching two insanely attractive people spend most of their time in… well…. bed, then this might be for you. Han So-hee plays Yoo Na-bi, a graduating art major who meets Park Jae-eon (Song Kang), a known commitment-phobic playboy whose charms she finds difficult to resist. Proceed with caution because this is a racier k-drama than the average college-set k-drama.
6. Jealousy Incarnate
This hilarious rom-com, as the title suggests, is about the various forms that jealousy can take. Pyo Na-ri is played by Gong Hyo-jin, a weather forecaster who falls for a cocky, ambitious reporter (Jo Jung-suk) and his outrageously dreamy best friend (Go Kyung-Pyo). Set in the chaotic work environment of the fictional Seoul Broadcasting Corporation, Jealousy Incarnate is filled with colorful characters played by an exceptional ensemble cast, various love triangles, memorable and hilarious scenes worth considering.
Let us know which K-drama you’d like to begin watching from the list above.
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