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Top 10 Most Loved Korean Drama 2021

Top 10 K-Drama in 2021: What have you been doing if you haven't already been pulled by the Korean drama craze? Second, the year 2021 is as good as any to begin. I'm not sure what kind of magic these shows have, but nothing beats a K-Drama for amplifying my emotions and fangirling inclinations. So, if you want a good laugh, a good weep, a good scare, or a nice dosage of butterflies in your tummy (due to all the drop-dead-gorgeous stars), a Korean-language show will surely deliver. Yes, they are well worth the time and effort required to read subtitles.

Top 10 Most Loved Korean Drama 2021

Top 10 Most Loved Korean Drama 2021


Korean dramas
, which are known for their intriguing plots and powerful (though sometimes predictable) plot twists, may quickly shift from highly sweet to terribly devastating to "WTF, what was that?" Variety is precisely what keeps viewers returning for more. We've compiled a list of the finest K-dramas to watch.



Top 10 Most Loved Korean Drama 2021


Crash Landing On You



Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) is a successful CEO who owns her own makeup and clothing brand, which she built without the help of her estranged family. Because of her success, her father considers her as the top contender to take over his own company instead of her two older half-brothers (hell yes). But when she goes paragliding one day, a storm takes her over the North Korean border, where she meets a soldier named Captain Ri Jung Hyuk (Hyun Bin).

Itaewon Class



Park Sae-ro-yi (Park Seo-joon) is someone who always stands up for what he thinks is right. But when his father dies in tragic car accident, he makes a bad turn and winds up in jail. After vowing to avenge his dad and fulfill his dreams, he is able to open up a bar in Seoul hotspot Itaewon. Now he just has to work on making it a hit, with the help of cool girl Jo Yi-seo (Kim Da-mi). Though his childhood crush Oh Soo-ah (Kwon Nara), who works for his competitor, may get in the way.

It's Okay to Not Be Okay



Moon Gang-tae (Kim Soo-hyun) is a busy health worker at a psychiatric ward, and has no time to find love. But one day he meets children's book author Ko Moon-young (Seo Ye-ji), who suffers from antisocial personality disorder. Soon, the two manage to unravel each of their dark pasts, and work through their trauma together.

The Penthouse



If you thought Big Little Lies and Sky Castle laid the melodrama on thick, just wait until you take a bite out of this rollercoaster of a series. Penthouse follows three wealthy families vying for power in the exclusive Hera Palace community–a luxurious 100-floor high-rise that juts out of the Seoul skyline. Like its forebears, the series centers on three women who hide behind their various secrets and traumas with piles of money and their boundless ambitions for their children. Their world begins to crumble after a mysterious girl falls to her death and the trio attempt to cover up the location of her death to protect the reputation of Hera Palace. It’s messy, and I am living for it.

Run On



The storyline: Ki Seon-gyeom, a popular sprinter turned sports agent, meets Oh Mi-joo, who writes subtitle translations for movies, and Mi-joo believes they were destined for each other. The story centers around their budding romance alongside some strong secondary characters. Mi-joo is played by actress Shin Se-Kyung (from Rookie Historian) while Seon-gyeom is played by Im Si-Wan (from Strangers From Hell), so if you're familiar with both famous faces then give this show a chance.

Vincenzo



Park Joo-Hyeong (Song Joong-Ki) moved to Italy at eight years old after being adopted. He now goes by Vincenzo Cassano, and has grown up to be a lawyer who works for the mafia. He's forced to flee to South Korea because of a mafia war. And there, he meets Hong Cha-Young (Jeon Yeo-Bin), a lawyer who is willing to go to great lengths to win her case.

Stranger



This show is for individuals who enjoy crime dramas and slow-burning mysteries. Season two of the programme was recently released on Netflix, and it centres on a police officer's death that is deemed a suicide—but things don't stack up until Si-mok gets involved. Most of your favourite characters, including Dong-jae and Geon, will return. You don't have to watch season one to appreciate season two; nevertheless, I strongly advise binge-watching the first season to have a thorough understanding of all of the characters' personalities.

Mr. Queen



Jang Bong-hwan (Choi Jin-hyuk) is a 21st-century chef who cooks for the country's top politicians. Somehow, his soul winds up in the body of Queen Cheorin (Shin Hye-sun) in the Joseon period. He has to find a way back to his own body and own time.

Extracurricular



Oh Ji-soo (Kim Dong-hee) is a quiet, straight-A student whose only goal is to be able to go to college. Because his dad's a gambler and his mom abandoned him, he provides for himself. He runs an illegal side business—an app that sex workers can use to set up compensated dates. He comes close to earning enough for his college tuition, but things take a turn when his classmate Bae Gyuri (Park Joo-hyun) finds out about his secret.

Hospital Playlist



Hospital Playlist tells the story of five doctors who all went to medical school together in 1999, and share a love for music. The show follows the friends as they go through the physical and emotional challenges of working in a hospital, dealing with patients, and living their own lives outside of work.

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