Top 10 Best Romance Kdrama | All-Time Best Shows That Make You Fell In Love
The Korean culture and entertainment industry has been swaying up people worldwide, getting global recognition and unconditional love over the past decade. Groping their attention with sweet love stories to thrillers even with a language barrier in between.
With such a wide range of genres to select from! Not just the youth, but people worldwide have an awesome liking for the glorious love stories and exceptional acting the cast delivers through their performances.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie or an addict; the series mentioned in the list of romantic blockbusters will have your mind and heart engaged deeply, leaving you no choice but with an urge to click on the next episodes of these series.
The Korean industry has blessed its audience with many romantic hits, and the production of more hits doesn’t stop as well. So, here is the list of the top 10 best romance kdrama you might be binge-watching tonight!
10. I’m Not a Robot
A typical rich boy or poor girl show, starring Yoo Seung Ho and Chae Soo Bin as the leading roles, this romantic comedy is about the lead actor who is allergic to people and to any human contact that jerks out violent reactions out of him. Thus, having him lead a luxurious sure but lonely life.
On the other hand, Ji jo-ah character, played by Chae Soo Bin, while in need of money with her sinking business that makes no uprisings, takes up the opportunity of acting like a robot without considering her inability to act.
Our oblivious actor falls for her inevitably. Her beauty and nature capture his heart but are disturbed because he bears immense feelings for a robot. He does everything to stop those feelings from developing further.
Watch this pure romance blossom into a content-filled happy ending as both the stars learn to confess and forgive each other in the end.
9. Please Check The Event
A fate that brings back together a broken couple. With heartstrings still aching from her last breakup. Ha Song-Yi (Bang Min-Ah) finds out that she won a couple’s trip event.
Our male lead, Park Do-Gyeom (Kwon Hwa-Woon), who untied the knots of their relationship months ago, finds himself pretending to be an official couple with her ex for the sake of enjoying a free trip.
But even with their unforeseeable lives, the stars find it hard not to embrace the remnants of feelings for each other.
With a third lead, Seo Ji-Kang (An Woo-Yeon), the tour guider who takes an instant interest in our lead actress, starts developing feelings for her. But their growing closeness has the deeply buried feelings in Park Do-Gyeom stirring back to life.
But will they turn the events to their advantage or fall apart further? If your heart has a weak spot for the steamy drama of a love triangle, surely consider giving this series a try.
A drama with leading stars who are complete opposites. As always, feeding the audience with the most desired troops. The production team offers the drama that is made to keep you entertained throughout the story with light angst and tints of comedy.
Song Hye Kyo (Cha Soo Hyun), daughter of a rich and powerful politician, decides to travel after Divorcing her husband. With the dread of a loveless marriage, her life takes a flip when she meets the handsome and kind Park Bo Gum (Kim Jin Hyuk), who lives a simple life and finds happiness in the smallest things.
Meeting each other on a total whim, the overwhelming feelings for each other they carry fades to grow into a cluster of pleasant butterflies. Watch to find out if their love blooms or Withers as their diverse personalities clash together in a complicated love story.
A heart that doesn’t believe in love anymore after the bitter experience with her first love, the lead actress Han So-hee (Yoo Na-bi) swears to never fall in love again. Whereas Song Kang (Park Jae-eon) is a flirtatious young man who doesn’t desire real relationships and keeps his emotions hidden.
The two actors, stupidly attracted to each other yet skeptical of love, desire to cross some lines. But Knowing the way bottled up feelings lead to agony in the end, the stars get tied up in a friends-with-benefits relationship.
Watch this romance drama unfold itself into a beautiful love story of two closed-out hearts daring to love again.
6. Because This Is My First Life
Nam Se Hee and Yoon Ji Ho, in their early 30’s have given up on being in a relationship due to their financial situation. Barely being able to lead a normal life with the scarce amount of money that her job provides, The lead actress Yoon Ji Ho is a homeless woman who starts living with the male lead as a married couple to share the burden of money.
But the days following bring tens of problems dragging down on this couple. With their demanding in-laws and unstable financial state, they struggle with keeping their promise of a “no feelings involved” relationship.
A soft, addicting romance drama with a predictable story that will have you on a binge spree!
- Read Also – Best Top 10 Netflix Movies To Watch Right
5. Run On
Nothing’s more beautiful than a lead who is a believer of fate. Oh Mi Joo, who translates subtitles for movies, meets the love of her life Ki Seon-gyeom who had recently quit sprinting due to legal issues.
After having held back from advancing in her career due to her gender, she bravely still sticks to trying and claiming back what’s hers. The plot doesn’t necessarily contain many twists and turns. In fact, Run On is a simple drama with fewer complications. Leaving the actors to figure out their feelings and act on them without hesitancy.
Providing the sweetest movements that will have you grinning and giggling. And with the expected turn of events that will have you hooked. This drama is meant for those simpletons who desire a soft unfolding romance with a happy ending.
4. Fight For My Way
This drama portrays the beautiful journey of two stars who follow their dreams despite their persistent failures. Casting Ko Dong-man (Park Seo-Joon) and Choi Ae-ra (Kim Ji-won) are childhood best friends, steadily falling for each other after their miserable past relationships.
It’s all about overcoming fears and never giving up. Fight for my way is a rom-com filled with moments that will have your chin wobbling and make your heart sing cause it is so beautiful.
Watch this drama, and lead yourself into a beautiful ending of achieved dreams and paid off hard work.
3. Clean With Passion For Now
Jang Seon-kyul (Yoon Kyun-sang), our male lead, is a wealthy, good-looking businessman with severe Mysophobia. Highly Contrasting from the female lead Gil Oh-sol (Kim Yoo-Jung), who doesn’t mind a little untidiness. This romance drama is a literal definition of “opposites attract.”
The actress has worked in almost all kinds of fields to keep providing for herself ends up at Jang Seon-kyul’s company as an intern. Her bright personality has the actor wanting to overcome his Mysophobia as he falls for her a little every day.
Watch how he faces his fears with Gil Oh-sol’s help, and the couple winds up together in a blissful mess. But some mistakes lead to departure. And Gil Oh-sol realizes it might be a little too late for fixing everything.
2. Beauty Inside
Suffering from an undefined phenomenon, the female lead, Han Se-gye (Seo Hyun-jin), an A-list actress in the drama, faces many difficulties in her career.
Her life is a mystery for the outside world, Known for having troublesome rumors. But in reality, she is enduring a baffling phenomenon that changes her face every month to a completely new person.
Whereas the male lead, Seo Do-Jae (Lee Min-ki), is an executive director of an airline company. He is attractive and intelligent in all aspects, but he also suffers from a disorder called Prosopagnosia, a disability to recognize faces, including one’s own face.
What were the odds! Yet the actors fall in love despite the difficulties they face, supporting each other and sheltering their feelings with a promise of eternal love in the end.
1. It’s Okay Not to Be Okay
Both actors have suffered severe childhood trauma cross paths in this series, and a soft healing romance blooms between them.
Starring with the famous actress Ko Moon-young (Seo Yea-Ji), a well-known children’s storybook writer and following the male lead Moon Gang-tae (Kim Soo-Hyun), a selfless caretaker working at a psychiatric ward.
Their different worlds had clashed way back during their childhood. But circumstances separate them. And now, when hidden mysteries unfold themselves. The love the actors carry for each other becomes questionable.
The drama is filled with moments that will have you raging over the evil characters and crying over the suffering leads. But the ending is worth the tears. The writing of the plot is so rewarding that you’ll surely come back to ride this emotional rollercoaster again.
So, these are the few best romance kdrama which can really fit your taste and make you feel very romantic and happy.