Best Romantic Korean Drama of All Time Part 2.
1. Secret Garden (2010)
Secret Garden, a drama that follows the story of Kim Joo Won (Hyun Bin), a CEO of a department store, and Gil Ra Im (Ha Ji Won), an agile and brave stuntwoman.
Their meeting happened quite simply and by accident. In addition to the romantic side that makes the heart pound wildly, in this drama, many scenes are favorite scenes of all time, one of which is the foam kiss scene that Joo Won did to Ra Im.
In addition, Secret Garden also presents witty and ridiculous scenes experienced by the two characters. There is romance, there is humor too. It’s fitting to watch with your partner or loved ones, here.
2. Personal Taste (2010)
In the Korean drama Personal Taste, you will see the appearance of Lee Min Ho who is more relaxed and has a cool profession, namely an architect. It can be said, this drama became one of Lee Min Ho’s early dramas which were quite tempting and many romantic scenes made the heart go crazy while watching.
Described as an ambitious and established character, Jeon Ji Ho (Lee Min-Ho) meets Park Gae In (Son Ye Jin) who is looking for a same-sex male roommate. While on the other hand, Ji Ho is a handsome man with a habit of paying attention to appearance and cleanliness, because of this habit Gae In suspects that his roommate is a same-sex lover.
Ji Ho is not a man like that. The seeds of love between the two emerged after passing together in one house. One of the romantic actions taken by Ji Ho in this drama is to shyly buy sanitary napkins at the convenience store. Duh, when else can you see Lee Minho’s awkward actions when choosing sanitary napkins, except in Personal Taste.
3. My Love From The Star (2013)
An alien falls in love with a woman on earth, it seems impossible. However, not with the unique story of the romantic Korean drama entitled My Love from The Star, starring Kim Soo Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun.
Play the role of Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun), an alien who landed on Earth 400 years ago during the Joseon Dynasty. Do Min Joon is described as a perfect alien figure. Unknowingly, he falls in love with actress Cheon Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun) who has a humorous personality and fits perfectly with Do Min Joo who has a flat personality.
Song Yi’s hilarious actions will make you not stop laughing on Valentine’s Day, but at one time you will be made to smile sweetly, as well as touched with romantic scenes from couples from different worlds, aliens, and humans. Guaranteed to be fun when watching this romantic drama.
4. The Heirs (2013)
Romantic Korean dramas with school themes will never be boring to watch when Valentine’s Day arrives. The Heirs, a drama starring a series of famous South Korean actors and actresses. There are Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Woo Bin, Krystal Jung, Kim Ji Woon, Kang Min Hyuk, and Kang Haneul
The Heirs is about South Korea’s elite school life, and a poor girl (Cha Eun-sang) manages to get into the school. At the school, Eun-sang was reunited with Kim Tan (Lee Min-Ho), whom they had previously met in America.
Not only focusing on the main couple, but this drama also explores the sad boy story of Choi Young Do (Kim Woo Bin) and the adorable second lead couple, Lee Bona (Krystal) and Yoo Chan Young (Kang Min Hyuk). With a light storyline and tucked into a hilarious story between Lee Bona and Kim Tan, the romantic Korean drama The Heirs will be an interesting watch list.
5. Healers (2014)
Tired of romantic Korean dramas wrapped in comedy, the romantic Korean drama Healer can be an alternative for you to watch with your partner on Valentine’s Day. The action of Ji Chang Wook as a mysterious figure with the code name Healer will make you smile, as well as nervous.
Although filled with action scenes from Ji Chang Wook, this drama cannot be separated from the sweet romance played by Park Min Young (Chae Young Shin) and Ji Chang Wook. The strong chemistry between them is guaranteed to make you excited and jealous when Young Shin painstakingly treats Ji Chang Wook’s wounds.
6. Descendants of the Sun (2016)
It can’t be denied that the romantic Korean drama Descendants of The Sun, played by Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo, is the most phenomenal and best Korean drama of all time.
The action genre wrapped in romance is executed very well in this drama. Taking the storyline about Captain Yoo Shi-Jin (Song Joong Ki) who is part of the UN peacekeeping force, and Kang Mo Yeon (Song Hye Kyo), a volunteer doctor who is sent to a conflict area. From here, too, was born a sweet nickname for them, namely the Song-Song Couple.
In real life, they can’t be together again, but watching the romantic Korean drama Descendants of The Sun can make you remember their sweet story on Valentine’s Day, Bela.