The best  korean dramas you have to watch in 2020

The best korean dramas you have to watch in 2020

if you’re not watching Korean dramas, better known as K-dramas, then you’re missing out in several ways. First, there’s the big-picture, cultural impact to consider: K-dramas have become a worldwide phenomenon, and if you’re going to be a pop culture connoisseur/productive denizen of the entertainment-loving internet—and you’re here, so you obviously are both of those things—then you need to be versed in all things K-drama. And then there’s the more important reason to watch K-dramas: They are addictive and amazing, and you’ll thank yourself for adding them to your pop-culture diet.

1 Crash Landing On You:

Hangul: 사랑의 불시착.
No. of episodes: 16.
The official release: December 14, 2019 – February 16, 2020.
Genre: Romantic, Drama, Comedy.
Crashlanding on you has become one of the most popular series in 2020, the great two actors “Son Ye-Jin” and “Hyun Bin” showed great chemistry in the drama which made it so successful in Korea and internationally. The story talks about this fashion entrepreneur and the owner of “Se-Ri’s choice” company, one of the biggest companies in South Korea Yoon Se-Si, who accidentally while paragliding in Seoul “crash-landed” in North Korea after a sudden tornado to find herself in front of Ri Jong Hyuk a member in North Korean elite and a captain in the North Korean Special Police Force, WHO fall in love with each other while he helps her to come back to South Korea.

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2 Dr. romantic 2:

Hangul: 낭만닥터 김사부2.
No. of episodes: 16.
The official release: January 6 – February 25, 2020.
Genre: Medical, Melodrama, Romance.
After watching Dr. Romantic 1 you’ll find yourself in front of another amazing story, where Dr. Kim “Han Suk-Kyu” was looking for general surgeons for Doldam hospital. He visited Geosan University hospital and meets “Ahn Hyo-seop” as Seo Woo-jin a Doctor with a trouble past and Cha Eun-Jae “Lee Sung-Kyung” who was suspended after making another mistake in the operation room. The two doctors who knew each other from university time had no choice but to follow Dr. Kim to Doldam hospital where they learn how to overcome their painful past and be good doctors.

3 Rugal:

  • Hangul: 루갈.
  • No. of the episodes: 16.
  • The official release: March 28 – May 17, 2020.
  • Genre: Action, Science fiction.

Rugal tells the story of an elite police officer attempting to bring down one of South Korea’s largest criminal organizations called “Argos”.
One day, Kang Ki-beom “Choi Jin-hyuk” comes home to find his wife and child murdered by Argos men, after that he was blinded and framed for the murder. Kang is later recruited by the National Intelligence Service to join a special task force known as “Rugal”, whose members are equipped with biotechnology, giving them superhuman abilities.
After receiving two artificial eyeballs to regain his sight, Kang sets off to clear his name and bring those responsible for his family’s deaths to justice.


4 Itaewon Class:

Hangul: 이테원 클라쓰.
No. of the episodes: 16.
The official release: January 31 – March 21, 2020.
Genre: Drama.

Itaewon Class tells the story of how the ex-convict Park sae-royi “Park Seo-joon”’s life has been turned upside down after getting expelled from school because he punched a bully whose father killed Sae-royi’s father in an accident. So in revenge, he attempted to kill his father’s murder and got sent to jail. After he was out he wanted to go against the rivals families businesses and following his father steps he opens his bar-restaurant. Along the way, he meets new people who work in his restaurant and deal with issues such as homophobia and racism.


5 The King: Eternal Monarch:

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  • Hangul: 더 킹: 영원의 군주.
  • No. of the episodes: 16.
  • The official release: April 17 – June 12, 2020.
  • Genre: Romance, Fantasy.

In two parallel universes where Lee-Gon “Lee Min-Ho” the emperor of the kingdom of Korea ended up meeting the detective Jung Tea-Eul “Kim Go-Eun” from the Republic of Korea after crossing the gate of the two realms.
The king Lee-Gon recognizes Jung Tae-eul from an identity card he got from the night his father was assassinated by his half Uncle, to own the Manpasikjeok, which is a mythical flue that allows them to travel between parallel universes. Both lee-Rim and Lee-Gon have one half after the flue split into two halves.
Jung Tea-Eul decided after falling in love with Lee-Gon to help him arrest Lee-Rim after his big betrayal and take back the other part of the Manpasikjeok.


6 When the weather is fine:

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  • Hangul:날씨가 좋으면 찾아가겠어요 .
  • No. of the episodes: 16.
  • The official release: February 24 – April 21, 2020.
  • Genre: Drama.

The drama tells the story of Mok Hae-won “Park Min-young” a cello teacher in Seoul, who returns to her mother town where she lived when she was a high school student, to take a break from her tiring life after a series of unfortunate events. There she meets her old high school classmate Im Eun-seob “Seo Kang-Joon” who’s now a book store owner. And they both find warmth in each other that is enough to melt their long-frozen hearts. Together, they heal from their past wounds and eventually fall in love.

7 It’s okay not to be okay:

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  • Hangul: 사이코지만 괜칞아.
  • No. of the episodes: 16.
  • The official release: June 20 – August 9, 2020.
  • Genre: Romance, Drama.

The drama tells the story of Moon Gang-tae “Kim Soo-Hyun”; a community health worker at a psychiatric ward who takes care of his older brother; who is on the spectrum and who is a big fan of Ko Moon-young “Seo Ye-Ji, a successful children’s book author has never known what love feels like. After meeting each other; the two realize how different they are from everybody else and slowly begin to heal each other’s emotional wounds. As the story progresses, the truth behind their intertwining pasts that has been haunting them is also revealed.

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