5 K-dramas That Will Make You Feel Less Lonely
If you’re looking to find a series that will make you feel less lonely, here’s a list to choose from:
It’s Okay, That’s Love (2014)
“It’s Okay, That’s Love” focuses on Jang Jae Yeol (Jo In Sung), an author with a painful past, and Ji Hae Soo (Gong Hyo Jin), a first year fellow in the psychiatric department of a hospital. Their relationship blooms, all while dealing with mental health struggles themselves.
This drama showcases the marriage of two souls through unconditional love and growth. And while watching it, you’ll laugh, cry and come to understand the character’s traumas and happiness.
Reply 1988 (2015)
Five childhood friends create this story arch of surviving their tough, teenage years in the ’80s. Girl’s Day’s Hyeri definitely showcases her acting skills as the main role of Sung Deok Sun.
It is a drama about life, love, friendship, anger, failure and family. This drama is worth a thousand smile and I really enjoyed the relationships between our characters. If you’re looking for an entertaining, adorable, highly emotional and funny drama, then you might want to try this series.
Love in the Moonlight (2016)
“Love in the Moonlight” is the love story between Prince Lee Yeong (Park Bo Gum) and a eunuch, Hong Ra On (Kim Yoo Jung). But, there’s one big plot twist… Hong Ra On is actually not a boy at all!
The drama is adorable and cute mainly due to the cast. If you’re in the mood for a sweet love story that makes you happy, lighthearted and hopeful in the end, then start watching this series.
Fight For My Way (2017)
Ko Dong Man (Park Seo Jun) and his longtime friend Choi Ae Ra (Kim Ji Won) both dream for something more than their mundane day jobs. Their friends, Kim Joo Man (Ahn Jae Hong) and Baek Seol Hee (Song Ha Yoon), face difficult times after dating for six years.
The story itself is very refreshing. It is about dream, friendship, family, and love. It is about how you live your life. This is a fun, lighthearted drama with likable characters and a cute romance.
Because This is My First Life (2017)
“Because This Is My First Life” demonstrates the unexpected relationship between Nam Sae Hee (Lee Min Ki) and Yoon Ji Ho (Jung So Min). They are both in their early 30s and not exactly swimming in money. Ji Ho ends up becoming a renter in Sae Hee’s house, and the two have to live together and share the struggles of financial burden.
It offers a lot of life lessons related to marriage, friendship, love, family and money. It was cute, deeply reflective, and overall a fun ride. If you are looking for something light-hearted, funny and with some good acting, this is perfect for you!
Which drama are you going to start watching? Share your feels!
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I will agreeing to this as your fellow K-drama fan. My all-time fav is Reply 1988 since then. It shows all elements of life in nostalgic way.
Those I’m not lonely, I am interested to watched these k-dramas and compared to the latest k-dramas. I noticed that they evolved so much!
I am interested to watch Reply 1988 since I was born also on the 80’s. After my series of tasks, I think I need to refresh my mind with this series.
from the list above reply 1988 ang diko pa.na watch.. will check this and if pasok sa Ktaste ko.. watch na yan 🙂
Girl, i watched all of the kdramas in this list. I guess hatalang super lonely ko no? Hahaha char lang. Sapat na ang mga oppa for me. Hihi
im so curious sa replay.. kaso parang isa lang nasa netflix ano? ill make sure na next ko na tong to watch.
yung 3 reply series andun sa netflix 😊
I just watched Fight for my way in your list but I want to try Because This is My First Life. I am in my 30s and finances are soooo difficult to manage. Thanks for the recommendation.