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5 Classic Korean Dramas You Have To Watch

Princess Hours

Going back and watching some classics is one of the best things to do when you can’t seem to find any K-dramas that really captivate you. Many older K-dramas have weathered the test of time thanks to their rich emotional depth and strong character development. Here are 5 Classic Korean Dramas You Have To Watch.

Stairway To Heaven

The childhood years of Song Ju and Jeong Seo, who have lost their respective parents, were spent as true siblings. Jeong Seo leans heavily on Song Ju, who is always there for her whenever she experiences loneliness or difficulty. However, out of envy after Jeong Seo’s father marries Tae Mi Ra, Mi Ra and her daughter Yu Ri continue to abuse Jeong Seo. Tae Hwa, Yu Ri’s rough-and-tumble older brother, has a crush on Jeong Seo because she is unlike him in that she is pure and kind.

Full House

A woman returns home to find that her house has been sold by her friends while she was away on vacation. She insists on getting married to the new owner, an actor, in order to reclaim what is rightfully hers. A free-spirited woman consents to a phoney marriage with a self-centred actor in an effort to reclaim her childhood home. Overlapping love triangles and comedic escapades disrupt their daily lives.

I’m Sorry, I Love You

Despite being abused and abandoned at a young age, Cha Moo Hyuk was adopted by an Australian family. He meets Song Eun Chae, the manager of Choi Yune, a well-known singer in Korea. Her disastrous encounter with Moo Hyuk ultimately has an impact on both her life and the life of Yune.

Boys Over Flowers

This puppy love tale, is set at a well-known high school for the super-rich, is centred on a poor girl and the F4 gang of rich youngsters. The F4 is led by the tough and courageous Jun-pyo Koo.

Geum Despite coming from a low-income family, Jan-Di (Hye-seon Ku) exhibits unmatched optimism and ambition. By chance, she gets accepted into a prominent private high school.

Princess Hours

This alternate history drama is based on Park So Hui’s “Gung”. It depicts the restoration of the Korean monarchy on August 15, 1945, along with its liberation and the start of Year 1 of Gwanghwa. A promise made by the elders decades before leads an average high school girl who attends an arts high school in 2006’s “Year 14 of Inhwa” to marry the Crown Prince and become the Crown Princess.

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