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Thriller Korean dramas

Korean dramas are not all about romances where the perfect-looking leads ultimately end up together after overcoming a series of obstacles. There are many thriller Korean dramas out there with enthralling storylines that will have you glued to the screen while you chomp away on a huge bag of chips.  

If you’re up for some suspense-filled dramas – from gruesome murder cases to unimaginable large-scale corruption plots – here are 20 thriller Korean dramas you need to have on your must-watch list. 

1. Kingdom (2019)

Kingdom
Image credit: Netflix 

Main cast:

  • Ju Ji-hoon as Lee Chang

  • Bae Doo-na as Seo Bi

  • Ryu Seung-ryong as Jo Hak-joo

  • Kim Sung-kyu as Young-shin

  • Kim Hye-jun as Queen Consort Cho

  • Kim Sang-ho as Moo-young

If you’re a fan of Train to Busan or just anything zombie-related, don’t miss out on the Netflix series Kingdom. Season 2 just came out in March 2020 – for people who have yet to jump onto the Kingdom bandwagon, you have plenty of heartstopping episodes to catch up on! 

Set in the Joseon period, the drama follows the crown prince, Lee Chang, on his journey to uncover the truth behind a mysterious disease plaguing the king. Together with his guard Moo-young, they head off to a faraway province, Dongnae, in search of a physician. 

To their horror, they arrive at the clinic only to find it in ruins with dead bodies piling up under the building. They meet Seo Bi, the only survivor from the clinic, who tells them that the people are not dead and will begin their killing rampage once the sun sets. 

With the zombie disease spreading fast across the Southern provinces, they’ll have to find a remedy, fast. 

2. Rugal (2020)

Rugal
Image credit: OCN

Main cast:

  • Choi Jin-hyuk as Kang Ki-beom

  • Park Sung-woong as Hwang Deuk-gu

  • Cho Dong-hyuk as Han Tae-woong

  • Jung Hye-in as Song Mi-na

  • Han Ji-wan as Choi Ye-won 

  • Park Sun-ho as Lee Gwang-cheol

  • Kim Min-sang as Choi Geun-cheol

Detective Kang Ki-beom was working on a case involving a criminal organisation, Argos, when he returns home to find his wife murdered by their men. While still in disbelief, they take the chance to knock him out and remove both of his eyeballs.

When he wakes up at the hospital, not only has he lost his eyesight, but he is also framed for his wife’s murder. 

The National Intelligence Service (NIS) offers him a chance at revenge by being part of Rugal, a special team to hunt down the organisation. After regaining his sight thanks to artificial eyeball implants, Ki-beom and his team set out to bring Argos down. 

3. Innocent Defendant (2017)

Innocent Defender
Image credit: SBS

Main cast:

  • Ji-sung as Park Jung-woo

  • Um Ki-joon as Cha Sun-ho/Cha Min-ho (twins)

  • Kwon Yu-ri as Seo Eun-hye

  • Oh Chang-seok as Kang Jun-hyuk 

  • Uhm Hyung-kyung as Na Yeon-hee 

The only thing worse than having a nightmare is not waking up from one. That’s what happens to Prosecutor Park Jung-woo, who wakes up one day to find himself on death row for killing both his wife and daughter

Unable to recall what exactly happened on the day of the incident, he struggles to produce a credible alibi to clear his name. And as a prosecutor who has spent most of his life trying to uncover truths, trying to find an answer while stuck behind bars will require great resolve. 

4. Memories of the Alhambra (2018)

Memories of the Alhambra
Image credit: tvN

Main cast:

  • Hyun-bin as Yoo Jin-woo

  • Park Shin-hye as Jung Hee-joo

Memories of the Alhambra was a highly anticipated drama in 2019 starring big names such as Hyun-bin and Park Shin-hye. Set in Granada, Spain, a newly invented AR game starts to blur the lines between the real world and the virtual world

When a CEO of an investment company, Yoo Jin-woo, decides to head to Hostel Bonita in Granada to seal a deal with the game’s developer, Jung Se-joo, the latter goes missing without a trace. Jin-woo instead meets Se-joo’s sister, Hee-joo, who happens to be the owner of the hostel. 

But as the leads fall in love with each other, a series of mysterious occurrences keep happening, making it hard for them to snap out of virtual reality and keep the relationship going. 

5. Vagabond (2019)

Vagabond
Image credit: SBS

Main cast:

  • Lee Seung-gi as Cha Dal-geon

  • Bae Suzy as Go Hae-ri 

  • Shin Sung-rok as Gi Tae-ung

You know a drama is going to be a hit from the get-go when it has some of the best actors like Lee Seung-gi and Bae Suzy starring in it. 

Seung-gi plays Cha Dal-geon, who works as a stunt man to make ends meet and bring up his nephew, Cha Hoon. But when Hoon’s flight to Morocco for a taekwondo competition crashes with all the people on board losing their lives, Dal-geon puts his life on the line in an attempt to search for an answer.

Teaming up with Go Hae-ri, a National Intelligence Service agent stationed at the Korean embassy in Morocco, they dig deeper into the case to uncover corruption at a scale that’s far beyond their imagination

6. Tunnel (2017)

Tunnel
Image credit: OCN

Main cast:

  • Choi Jin-hyuk as Park Gwang-ho

  • Yoon Hyun-min as Kim Sun-jae 

  • Lee Yoo-young as Shin Jae-yi 

Tunnel is an underrated crime drama which deserves more credit. With an intriguing plot, you’ll find yourself at the edge of your seat by the end of each episode, wondering what’s next to come. 

As detective Park Gwang-ho enters a pitch-black tunnel while giving chase to a serial killer, he gets knocked out by an unknown figure. Waking up to find himself teleported into the future, he now has to work with detective Kim Sun-jae and criminal psychologist Shin Jae-yi to catch the killer on the loose. 

7. Save Me (2017)

Save Me
Image credit: OCN

Main cast:

  • Ok Taec-yeon as Han Sang-hwan

  • Seo Ye-ji as Im Sang-mi

  • Woo Do-hwan as Suk Dong-chul

  • Jo Sung-ha as Baek Jung-ki

While Taec-yeon is better known as a member of 2PM – a popular Korean boy band – he has actually been actively promoting as an actor, starring in popular dramas such as Dream High and Cinderella’s Stepsister. So be sure to catch this drama – one of his last projects before he went on to serve his mandatory military service – to witness this multi-talented star in action.  

In this drama, Taec-yeon plays Han Sang-hwan, who’s now a lawyer. One day, he and three other friends run into their ex-classmate, Sang-mi, who’s stuck in a religious cult mired in secrecy and violence. With her father brainwashed and mother emotionally unstable due to her brother’s death, Sang-mi is trapped with no way out and asks them for help.

From here, they take it on themselves to help Sang-mi by revealing what goes on in the cult behind closed doors. 

8. Bad Guys (2014)

Bad Guys
Image credit: OCN

Main cast:

  • Kim Sang-joong as Oh Gu-tak

  • Ma Dong-seok as Park Woong-cheol

  • Park Hae-jin as Lee Jung-moon

  • Jo Dong-hyuk as Jung Tae-soo

  • Kang Ye-won as Yoo Mi-young

Detective Oh Gu-tak was tasked to form a special team made up of “bad guys” to combat the rising number of crimes in the district. 

His team is made up of ex-criminals: Park Woong-cheol, a gangster, Lee Jung-moon, a serial killer, and Jung Tae-soo, a contract hitman. The last member joining detective Gu-tak and his team of criminals is Yoo Mi-young, a young female inspector known for her zealousness.  

9. Healer (2014)

Healer
Image credit: KBS 

Main cast:

  • Ji Chang-wook as Seo Jung-hoo/Healer 

  • Park Min-young as Chae Young-shin/Oh Ji-an 

  • Yoo Ji-tae as Kim Moon-ho 

A crime drama with good-looking leads – yes please! While this 2014 crime drama is full of action-packed scenes, it also offers a breather in the form of a blossoming love story between Park Min-young and Ji Chang-wook.  

While trying to reveal the truth behind the tragic deaths of a couple many years ago, Reporter Kim Moon-ho engages a night courier – Seo Jung-hoo, better known as the “Healer” – to verify the identity of Chae Young-shin, who has presumably died along with her parents

Reporter Kim proceeds to pay him to protect her from the people who wanted her dead in the past. But it won’t take long before Healer and Young-shin join hands with Moon-ho to discover the truth behind the case.

10. He is Psychometric (2019)

He is Psychometric
Image credit: tvN

Main cast:

  • Park Jin-young as Lee Ahn

  • Shin Ye-eun as Yoon Jae-in

  • Kim Kwon as Kang Sung-mo

  • Kim Da-som as Eun Ji-soo

Lee Ahn possesses the ability to see people’s memories when he touches them. While he still lacks full control over his power, he wishes to use it to find leads and crack down on crimes. 

One day, Ahn meets Yoon Jae-in, who has been hiding a painful past. In order to help Jae-in, he needs to put his ability to the test and have better control over it. He convinces his brother, prosecutor Kang Sung-mo, and investigator Eun Ji-soo to let him join them in solving ongoing crimes. 

However, this results in them uncovering darker secrets about each other that they wish they never knew. 

11. City Hunter (2011)

City Hunter
Image credit: SBS

Main cast:

  • Lee Min-ho as Lee Yoon-sung

  • Park Min-young as Kim Na-na

  • Lee Joon-hyuk as Kim Young-joo

  • Kim Sang-joong as Lee Jin-pyo 

Betrayed by his own country in a military operation, Lee Jin-pyo is the sole survivor who will avenge the death of his comrades. 

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In order to carry out his revenge plan, he kidnaps his comrade’s son, Lee Yoon-sung, and flees to Thailand. Over there, he trains Yoon-sung to be combat-ready so that they’ll return to South Korea one day to carry out his revenge plan. 

Years later, Yoon-sung lands himself the role of an IT engineer at the Blue House, where he meets and falls in love with bodyguard Kim Na-na. Engaging in a romantic relationship only becomes a hindrance to Jin-pyo’s revenge plan, resulting in escalating tensions between Yoon-sung and Jin-pyo.

12. Signal (2016)

Signal
Image credit: tvN

Main cast:

  • Lee Je-hoon as Park Hae-young

  • Kim Hye-soo as Cha Soo-hyun

  • Cho Jin-woong as Lee Jae-han

Park Hae-young was in elementary school when he witnessed his classmate being taken away by a woman, only to be found dead days later. Despite his efforts to tell the police what he saw, they revealed that the suspect was a man, and never found the killer. 

When Hae-young becomes a police officer years later, he comes across a walkie-talkie which connects him to detective Lee Jae-han. Detective Lee, however, is a detective living in the past investigating the case of his deceased classmate. 

Both Hae-young and Detective Lee continue to communicate via walkie-talkie as they search for answers to the unsolved murder. 

13. The K2 (2016)

The K2
Image credit: tvN

Main cast:

  • Ji Chang-wook as Kim Je-ha

  • Im Yoon-ah as Go An-na

  • Song Yoon-ah as Choi Yoo-jin

  • Jo Sung-ha as Jang Se-joon

Kim Je-ha is working as a mercenary soldier in Iraq when he gets framed for killing his own girlfriend. He manages to sneak back into Korea and lands himself a job as a bodyguard to Go An-na, an illegitimate daughter of a presidential hopeful, Jang Se-joon. 

Je-ha is, however, hired by An-na’s stepmother Choi Yoo-jin to ensure that An-na is never revealed to the world as it would ruin her chance of becoming the First Lady. Over time, Je-ha starts to fall in love with An-na, which makes it hard for him to carry out his duties when his employer is the one inflicting pain onto the love of his life. 

This action-packed drama is full of unexpected plot twists and betrayals – a winner for those who love a show that constantly keeps you on your toes.

14. Gap-dong (2014)

Gap-dong
Image credit: tvN

Main cast:

  • Yoon Sang-hyun as Ha Moo-yeom

  • Sung Dong-il as Yang Cheol-gon

  • Kim Min-jung as Maria Oh

  • Lee Joon as Ryu Tae-oh

  • Kim Ji-won as Ma Ji-wool 

In this murder mystery, a series of murders known as the “Gap-dong serial murder case” takes place in 1996. Things get complicated when a likely suspect, Ha Moo-yeom’s father, commits suicide to clear his name. 

Determined to prove his father’s innocence, Moo-yeom becomes a detective years later and works relentlessly on the case. When all hope seems to be lost with the statute of limitations expiring, incidents resembling that of the Gap-dong murder case start to happen. Together with officer Yang Cheol-gon, Moo-yeom joins the investigation to nab the killer.   

15. Voice (2017)

Voice
Image credit: OCN

Main cast:

  • Jang Hyuk as Moo Jin-hyuk 

  • Lee Ha-na as Kang Kwon-joo 

Moo Jin-hyuk is an outstanding detective known for solving many hard cases. But his life takes a turn for the worse when his wife gets murdered. 

Lee Ha-na, on the other hand, is an ambitious police officer who decides to leave for the States to study voice profiling after learning that her father got murdered while out on an investigation.

Years later, both Jin-hyuk and Ha-na form a team to find the serial killer who’s responsible for the deaths of both their loved ones. 

16. Stranger (2017)

Stranger
Image credit: tvN

Main cast:

  • Cho Seung-woo as Hwang Shi-mok

  • Bae Doo-na as Han Yeo-jin

  • Lee Joon-hyuk as Seo Dong-jae 

  • Yoo Jae-myung as Lee Chang-joon

  • Shin Hye-sun as Young Eun-soo

Cracking an unsolved murder mystery is not an easy task, especially when you’re working with someone with a polar opposite personality. Follow a prosecutor, who doesn’t feel any emotions after having undergone a brain surgery as a child, and an enthusiastic female detective as they work together to get to the bottom of the case. 

17. Remember (2016)

Remember
Image credit: SBS

Main cast:

  • Yoo Seung-ho as Seo Jin-woo

  • Park Min-young as Lee In-ah

  • Park Sung-woong as Park Dong-ho 

While Seo Jin-woo is gifted with the ability to recall every single day in perfect detail, his father is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, which causes him to lose his memory over time. As he is unable to recall what happened, Jin-woo’s father, who stumbled upon a murder crime scene, is framed for a crime he didn’t commit.  

Jin-woo becomes a lawyer years later to represent his father in court. But bribery and corruption are not the only obstacles he will encounter, as he starts to develop Alzheimer’s as well.

We’re not out to spoil it for you, but just a heads up – be sure to have ready a box of tissues by your side. 

18. Black (2017)

Black
Image credit: OCN

Main cast:

  • Song Seung-heon as Han Moo-gang/Black

  • Go Ara as Kang Ha-ram

  • Lee El as Yoon Soo-wan

  • Kim Dong-jun as Oh Man-soo

Apart from being a detective working on murder cases, Han Moo-gang is also a Grim Reaper responsible for guiding those who have passed on to the afterlife.

As the former hampers the process of the latter, Moo-gang often finds himself torn between saving lives and abiding by the rules of heaven. To make matters worse, he falls in love with Kang Ha-ram, which inevitably forces him to disobey the rules against meddling with the affairs of humans. 

19. Watcher (2019)

Watcher
Image credit: OCN

Main cast:

  • Han Suk-kyu as Do Chi-kwang

  • Seo Kang-joon as Kim Yeong-goon

  • Kim Hyun-joo as Han Tae-joo

Kim Yeong-goon’s mother was murdered and his father is accused of the crime. Police officer Do Chi-kwang brings Yeong-goon’s father into questioning, and prosecutor Han Tae-joo proceeds to convict him with the charge.  

But 15 years later, the three of them – now police officer Yeong-goon, detective Chi-kwang, and lawyer Tae-joo – reunite on the same internal affairs investigation team to reveal the truth behind this incident. 

20. Hello Monster (2015)

Hello Monster
Image credit: KBS

Main cast:

  • Seo In-guk as Lee Hyun

  • Jang Na-ra as Cha Ji-an 

  • Choi Won-young as Lee Joon-ho

  • Park Bo-gum as Jung Sun-ho

A serial killer is on a spree to murder women with similar attributes, and the police department can’t seem to find any evidence for a much-needed breakthrough. 

While detective Cha Ji-an is searching for evidence, criminal profiler Lee Hyun shows up at the scene to review the site and point towards a likely suspect – the one responsible for his father’s murder and his brother’s disappearance when he was a child. 

With a lack of evidence to track down the killer, Ji-an and her team turn to Lee Hyun to assist them in their investigation.

Best gripping thriller Korean dramas

And there you have it – 20 thriller Korean dramas for you to check out if you’re done watching all the romantic K-dramas we’ve compiled previously. Murder, corruption, kidnap, violence and even zombies – you name it, we’ve got it. 

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[NEW] 10 Must-Watch Korean Dramas From 2018 | korea series 2018 – PINKAGETHAILAND

From robots to radio lovers, 2018 has been a dynamic year for Korean drama releases. We’re counting down some of the must-see Korean dramas based on fan favorites and award-winning titles. Take a look at some Korean dramas From 2018 to watch!

10. The Korean Odyssey (화유기)

Just scraping it in at the end of December 2017, running until March 2018, The Korean Odyssey (화유기) is a tale that every fantasy lover is sure to get hooked on.

The Korean Odyssey tells the story of Jeon Seon-Mi, a girl that can talk to the dead, who made the mistake of releasing a demon, Son Oh-Gong, from his confines when she was just a little girl. Jeon Seon Mi finds herself in all sorts of danger later in life, which leads her back to meeting Oh-Gong again amidst his feud with powerful rival demon, Ma Wang. As both demons hunt to collect the true light of the world, Jeon Seon-Mi is tangled in troubles of her own, ones that Oh-Gong is sworn to protect her from when she calls his name.

You should watch this drama if:

This series is a must watch for anyone looking for a dark twist to their usual drama addiction. If in 2017, you found yourself drawn to dramas with mermaids (The Legend of the Blue Sea), goblins (Goblin: The Lonely and Great God) and grim reapers (The Universe’s Star), then The Korean Odyssey will surely quench your thirst for all things supernatural.

Moreso, The Korean Odyssey broke records for the most watched TvN drama in its time slot. It faced controversy for glitches during the broadcast of episode 2, but still remained highly regarded during its run.

How to watch it:
Viki (Outside Korea)

Dramacool (Inside Korea)

9. I’m Not A Robot (로봇이 아니야)

Kicking off the android trend for 2018, I’m Not A Robot follows a dramatic plot line filled with comical near misses, dramatic turns and heartwarming romance. In a bid to manage his life threatening allergy of humans, chaebol Min-Kyu (Yoo Seung-Ho) assists the help of Aji 3, an android modelled in the shape of its creator’s ex girlfriend, Jin-A (Chae Soo-Bin). When Aji 3 malfunctions, creator Baek-Gyun begs for Jin-A’s help for a generous share of the funds. Jin-A is then roped into acting as a robot in place of Aji 3, and things grow complicated when Min-Kyu and Jin-A find themselves feeling some very real, very human emotions.

You should watch this drama if:

If you’re a fan of sci-fi that doesn’t go too heavy handed into the logistics of robotics and AI, this drama is for you. The series is a palate cleanser from the typical drama tricks and traits, but still relies on love triangles, cliff hangers and nail-biting reveals to drive the story. Chae Soo-Bin also plays a great lead alongside Yoo Seung-Ho, who both show some sizzling chemistry on screen.

How to watch it:

Viki (Outside Korea)

Dramacool (Inside Korea)

8. Suits (슈츠)

Created in the image of the American series of the same name, Suits follows lawyer Choi Kyung-Seo (Jang Dong-Gun), a legendary figure in his field, and his new apprentice Go Yun-Woo (Park Hyun-Sik). With Go Yun-Woo’s photogenic memory, he makes a reliable asset to the team, a pair that goes beyond simply defending clients and writing reports.

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These two handsome protagonists in business suits break down the barriers that surround cold, harsh lawyer stereotypes, bringing the audience a tale of suspense, mystery, action and romance.

You should watch this if:

If you’re a nut for the original seven year running US series, then the Korean version is a worthy addition to your list. This Korean makeover of the series had even the original cast excited, with Gabriel Macht tweeting out and wishing the new cast all the best in telling the Suits story. However, Suits is not to be confused as just a simple remake, as it holds the same dramatic storytelling techniques that lovers of Korean dramas can truly appreciate.

How to watch it:

Dramacool (Inside Korea)

7. Where Stars Land (여우각시별)

Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at your local airport? Although Where Stars Land may be an exaggerated retelling, this drama follows the lives of employees at South Korea’s famous Incheon Airport, a place many of us have visited during our time abroad.

Lee Soo-Yeon (Lee Je-Hoon) is a member of the General Planning division, and is a little standoffish when it comes to getting to know the team, which in “K-Drama language” means there’s more to his character than meets the eye. He is drawn to Han Yeo-Reum (Chae Soo-Bin), a first year member of the Passenger Services team, who strives to be a perfectionist despite all her clumsy mistakes. Soo-Yeon’s stoic facade and Yeo-Reom’s butterfingers makes for an interesting couple to watch develop on screen.

You should watch this if:

This drama is a top hit for many, but especially those who enjoy watching couples flourish and fall inbetween company walls. The series was originally gunning for 40 episodes, but ended at 32 for unknown reasons, which has led to complaints of a rushed ending and loose ends. However, it is a treat to see Soo-Yeon’s cold heart being melted for Yeo-Reum, enough to have viewers a little teary in key scenes toward the end.

How to watch it:

Viki (Outside Korea)

Dramacool (Inside Korea)

6. Radio Romance (라디오 로맨스)

Romance sparked in the workplace is always an exciting watch, and it’s no different for the January to March running series Radio Romance featuring idol actor Yoon Doo-Joon and Kim So-Hyun. In this drama, Song Geu-Rim, an assistant writer for a radio show, faces the possibility of her show being cancelled when their DJ up and leaves Korea without notice.

Geu-Rim is advised that if she recruits famous actor Ji Soo-Ho as their new radio jockey, she can keep the show afloat. The only problem is, Soo-Ho can’t work without a script, and Geu-Rim, despite her experience as an in-house script writer, isn’t the best when it comes to writing.

This leads to various ups and downs throughout the drama, including a few close calls, a trending back hug scene, and a blossoming relationship that’s sure to fill a few watching eyes with tears.

You should watch this if:

If you’re into a bit of slice of life, and want to have a look at what goes on behind a radio booth, then this drama is right up your alley. There are a few cliche moments here and there, but this drama really focuses on the trials and tribulations of keeping a small business alive, comparing it alongside the “golden life” of a celebrity, which humbles Yoon Doo-Joon’s character. If you like music, this drama has a stellar OST, including songs from NakJoon, NCT-U and Hae-Bin of gugudan.

How to watch it:

Viki (Outside Korea)

Dramacool (Inside Korea)

5. Are You Human Too? (너도 인간이니)

The second drama to come from the android trend of 2018 is the tear-jerking action romance series starring Seo Kang-Joon, a reputable force in the acting industry.

Nam Shin, the son of a large conglomerate company, is taken from his mother, Oh Ro-Ra, at a young age. Ro-Ra, a brain scientist and AI specialist, recreates him in the form of an android to fill the void losing her son left behind. When Nam Shin falls into a coma, the company recruits the android to fill the roles that the real son left behind. As Nam Shin III tries to cover up the accident, the plot spirals into a place of no return, and thickens when more people start to discover that Nam Shin isn’t the same as he used to be.

You should watch this if:

If you’re a fan of sci-fi and action, as well as suspense and drama, this show will certainly make it on the list of your favourites. The story continuously tips and turns, which makes for an exciting series to get into. Seeing Seo Kang-Joon in action alongside Gong Seung Yeon’s performance is enough to have you riding the robot sci-fi trend that’s taken drama fans in 2018 by storm this year. It also has some good pacing, and a few shocking plot twists to boot.

How to watch it:

Viki (Outside Korea)

Dramacool (Inside Korea)

4. Marry Me Now (같이 살래요)

Like most family focused dramas go, Marry Me Now (or “Shall We Live Together?” follows various love lines that make up a melting pot of different generations on the one screen. It mainly follows the family of Park Hyo-Seob (Yoo Dong-Geun), a widower who has devoted his life to raising his four children until his first love appears again, and Mr. Park falls hopelessly.

At the same time, his eldest daughter Park Sun-Ha (Park Sun-Young) finds herself smitten for a much younger member of the company she manages, some news that her family finds hard to swallow. Park Yoo-Ha (Han Ji-Hye), the story’s main, is forced to keep her divorce a secret by her ex-husband’s chaebol family, and the blackmail leads her into some desperate job hunting at local hospitals to sustain herself. This secret weighs heavily on Yoo-Ha, which is the start of many tangling lies that eventually has her mixed up with the cranky internist, Jung Eun-Tae (Lee Sang-Woo), known as the hospital’s “Mad Dog”.

The stories cleverly intertwine within each other, which is what makes Marry Me Now the 11th Korea Drama Awards’ Grand Prize for 2018.

You should watch this if:

If you’re a fan of subplots, then this drama hits the jackpot. It is a long running series (50 episodes long) that is more like an investment than a short stint, but if you prefer dramas that suck you in and give you ample chance to get attached to the characters, Marry Me Now is right up your alley. It is said it be slightly confusing at times, and viewers have a hard time getting to know all the plotlines fully, but most fanatics of the show have found themselves hooked after a few episodes in.

How to watch it:

Viki (Outside Korea)

Dramacool (Inside Korea)

3. My ID Is Gangnam Beauty (내 아이디는 강남미인)

Despite the title, this drama doesn’t reveal the lives of the rich and wealthy Gangnam locals, but rather the youthful and beautiful Kang Mi-Rae (Im Soo-hyang). After a childhood of being bullied for her weight and appearance, Mi-Rae decides to transform her face through plastic surgery, earning her the name “Gangnam Beauty”. Starting fresh in her new college shoes, Mi-Rae is regarded as one of the most beautiful girls in her department. But when a blast from her past appears in the form of Do Kyeong-Seok (Cha Eun-Woo), an old classmate of hers, Mi-Rae comes to realise that no matter how much appearances change, the past never will.

You should watch this drama if:

My ID is Gangnam Beauty is for all those drama fans who love a coming of age story, but one told through the eyes of someone not as confident as college kids claim to be. It also has some slow-burning character development as Mi-Rae finds her feet, uses her voice, and becomes the self-confident woman she always dreamt of being. Alongside her journey comes with a side of learning to love who she is, which is a message that many drama watchers can find inspiration from.

Also, if you love dramas with a triangle romance relationships, then this one is definitely for you. That’s including a typical “arm grab/don’t go” scene as well.

How to watch it:

Dramacool (Inside/Outside Korea)

2. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim (김비서가 왜 그럴까)

Another dip into the lives of office workers in love, What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim is a drama documented closely after the webtoon of the same name. Park Seo-Joon plays another narcissistic vice-chairman type, Lee Young-Joon, who is renowned for being insufferable to work under thanks to how highly he stands on his own pedestal.

When his patient, tolerant assistant, Kim Mi-So (Kim Min-Young) asks to step down to focus more on herself, Young-Joon makes it his prerogative to find out just what is wrong with Secretary Kim. Along the way, hilarity ensues as the two get tangled up in a corporate love affair, where Young-Joon starts to realise that you don’t really know what you have until it’s (almost) gone.

You should watch this drama if:

This drama is definitely one for the skinship lovers, and doesn’t skip over some steamy, lovey-dovey scenes between the two main leads, including a kiss in a closet. It’s also one for those who enjoy watching those “tsundere” types fall in love, and then become the vulnerable, romantic teddy bears we all know they are inside. Originally, loyal fans of the webtoon thought Park Seo-Joon wasn’t suited for the lead role, but he has since receiving overwhelming praise for his performance and good looks. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim is a noteworthy addition to anyone’s drama faves.

How to watch it:

Viki (Outside Korea)

Dramacool (Inside Korea)

1. Mr Sunshine (미스터 션샤인)

Korea may be relatively new to Netflix, however, the Netflix running melodramatic tale of Mr Sunshine is no rookie addition to the suggested list. Reigning as one of the top periodic dramas for 2018, Mr Sunshine takes a step back in time to show the complexities of the first US expeditions in South Korea (also known as 신미양요). Eugene Choi (Lee Byung-Hun), a Korean-born US Marine Corps soldier who fled to America as a young slave boy, returns to his motherland on official duties, only to be conflicted as he finds out that Korea is under threat of colonisation from foreign forces. Along the way,

Eugene meets an aristocrat’s daughter (and secret patriarch who knows her way around a gun) Go Ae-Sin (Kim Tae-Ri), which makes his mission to prolong Joseon’s demise a mission to also protect those he holds close. Romantic, right?

You should watch this drama if:

If you like your dramas to be more like cinematic scale masterpieces, then Mr Sunshine should make it onto your top 2018 list. It is a visually beautiful mini-series that runs more like a well developed movie, and stops at no lengths to stun the audience into believing they’re reliving Korea in the late 1800s. So much so, that Mr Sunshine has been dubbed the series with “Hollywood-grade cinematography”. Like most historical dramas, it is also best to keep your tissues close, as this one is sure to get emotional.

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Viewers may also find some comedic relief in the witty banter between Eugene, Gu Dong-Mae and Kim Hui-Song, who have a tendency to rile each other up at the best (and worst) of times.

How to watch it:

Netflix (Inside Korea, subscription needed)

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Top 100 Korean Dramas 2018
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3. ES_When It Feels Right Kalle Engstrom
01 My Mister (2018)
02 Mother (2018)
03 Signal (2016)
04 Prison Playbook (2017)
05 Healer (2014)
06 Life on Mars (2018)
07 Stranger (2017)
08 Goblin (2016)
09 Live (2018)
10 Reply 1988 (2015)
11 Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo (2016)
12 Dear My Friends (2016)
13 Mr. Sunshine (2018)
14 The Guest (2018)
15 Defendant (2017)
16 Kill Me Heal Me (2015)
17 Six Flying Dragons (2015)
18 Chicago Typewriter (2017)
19 Avengers Social Club (2017)
20 Just Between Lovers (2017)
21 Tunnel (2017)
22 Age of Youth (2016)
23 Incomplete Life (2014)
24 While You Were Sleeping (2017)
25 Descendants of the Sun (2016)
26 Because This is My First Life (2017)
27 It’s Okay, That’s Love (2014)
28 You Who Came from the Stars (2013)
29 Go Back Couple (2017)
30 Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (2017)
31 The Master’s Sun (2013)
32 Eulachacha Waikiki (2018)
33 The Bridal Mask (2012)
34 I Hear Your Voice (2013)
35 Reply 1997 (2012)
36 Jewel in the Palace (2003)
37 Bad Guys (2014)
38 Circle (2017)
39 Empress Ki (2013)
40 Cruel City (2013)
41 Chief Kim (2017)
42 My Father is Strange (2017)
43 Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016)
44 Thirty But Seventeen (2018)
45 W (2016)
46 I’m Not a Robot (2017)
47 Save Me (2017)
48 Come and Hug Me (2018)
49 What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim (2018)
50 Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People (2017)
51 Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim (2016)
52 Queen Seon Duk (2009)
53 ATeen (2018)
54 Two Weeks (2013)
55 The Princess’ Man (2011)
56 Are You Human Too? (2018)
57 Fight For My Way (2017)
58 Queen In Hyun’s Man (2012)
59 The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (2018)
60 Voice (2017)
61 The Beauty Inside (2018)
62 Pinocchio (2014)
63 Oh My Ghostess (2015)
64 City Hunter (2011)
65 Misty (2018)
66 Duel (2017)
67 Hello Monster (2015)
68 Moon Embracing the Sun (2012)
69 Mad Dog (2017)
70 Dong Yi (2010)
71 God’s Gift 14 Days (2014)
72 Nine: Nine Times Time Travel (2013)
73 Secret (2013)
74 Terius Behind Me (2018)
75 The Sound of Your Heart (2016)
76 Long Time No See (2017)
77 The Guardians (2017)
78 Missing Noir M (2015)
79 Secret Garden (2010)
80 Angry Mom (2015)
81 The Boy Next Door (2017)
82 Liar Game (2014)
83 My ID is Gangnam Beauty (2018)
84 Special Affairs Team TEN (2011)
85 Ugly Alert (2013)
86 100 Days My Prince (2018)
87 Jumong (2006)
88 Money Flower (2017)
89 Another Miss Oh (2016)
90 Iljimae (2008)
91 Miss Hammurabi (2018)
92 Queen for Seven Days (2017)
93 Five Enough (2016)
94 Live Up to Your Name (2017)
95 Good Doctor (2013)
96 Ghost (2012)
97 49 Days (2011)
98 A Beautiful Mind (2016)
99 Gu Family Book (2013)
100 Suspicious Partner (2017)
103 God’s Quiz (2010)
104 Deep Rooted Tree (2011)
105 A Gentleman’s Dignity (2012)
106 Remember – War of the Son (2015)
107 Somehow 18 (2017)
108 Oh My Geum Bi (2016)
109 Rooftop Prince (2012)
110 Oh My Venus (2015)

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02 Project 46 \u0026 Felicity Summer Feels EP 04 Falling
03 Savoy How U Like Me Now (feat. Roniit) 1 How U Like Me Now (feat. Roniit)
04 Soupandreas Over You 01 Over You
05 ES_Tuesday Night Kalle Engstrom
06 ES_Love Sick Otto Wallgren
07 ES_I Do John Åhlin (1)
08 Anevo Electric Heart (feat. Ameria) 01 Electric Heart (feat. Ameria)
09 ES_Whatever You Say David Bjoerk (1)
10 ES_Stay With The Enemy Sebastian Forslund
11 ES_What Is It Like Loving Caliber
12 ES_Body And Soul Niklas Ahlström
13 Modestep Higher (The Remixes) 01 Higher (Oliverse Remix)
14 Slander \u0026 Kayzo Dilapidation Celebration 01 Without You (feat. Dylan Matthew)
15 ES_More Than 9 To 5 Kalle Engstrom
16WATEVA See U (feat. Johnning) [NCS Release] (192kbit_AAC)
17 ES_Love Sick Otto Wallgren
18 [Electronic] Draper On You (feat. Alby Hobbs) [Monstercat Release] (192kbit)
19 ES_I Am Lost I’m In Vain Mattias Andreasson

Top 500 Korean Dramas 2018

16 While You Were Sleeping (2017)
17 Tunnel (2017)
18 Age of Youth (2016)
19 Six Flying Dragons (2015)
20 Descendants of the Sun (2016)
21 Incomplete Life (2014)
22 You Who Came from the Stars (2013)
23 The Master’s Sun (2013)
24 I Hear Your Voice (2013)
25 Go Back Couple (2017)
26 It’s Okay, That’s Love (2014)
27 Misty (2018)
28 Cruel City (2013)
29 Circle (2017)
30 Reply 1997 (2012)
31 Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (2017)
32 Empress Ki (2013)
33 Bad Guys (2014)
34 Eulachacha Waikiki (2018)
35 I’m Not a Robot (2017)
36 Jewel in the Palace (2003)
37 The Bridal Mask (2012)
38 Save Me (2017)
39 Chief Kim (2017)
40 W – Two Worlds (2016)
41 My Father is Strange (2017)
42 Two Weeks (2013)
43 Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016)
44 Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People (2017)
45 Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim (2016)
46 Pinocchio (2014)
47 Queen Seon Duk (2009)
48 The Princess’ Man (2011)
49 Queen In Hyun’s Man (2012)
50 Fight For My Way (2017)
51 Oh My Ghostess (2015)
52 City Hunter (2011)
53 Voice (2017)
54 My Beautiful Bride (2015)
55 Money Flower (2017)
56 Memory (2016)
57 Mad Dog (2017)
58 Duel (2017)
59 Long Time No See (2017)
60 Nine: Nine Times Time Travel (2013)
61 Moon Embracing the Sun (2012)
62 Hello Monster (2015)
63 Secret (2013)
64 Dong Yi (2010)
65 God’s Gift 14 Days (2014)
66 Secret Garden (2010)
67 Missing Noir M (2015)
68 Liar Game (2014)
69 The Guardians (2017)
70 The Sound of Your Heart (2016)
71 Giant (2010)
72 Another Miss Oh (2016)
73 Jumong (2006)
74 Angry Mom (2015)
75 Woman of Dignity (2017)
76 Iljimae (2008)
77 Queen for Seven Days (2017)
78 Special Affairs Team TEN (2011)
79 Ugly Alert (2013)
80 Live Up to Your Name (2017)
81 A Beautiful Mind (2016)
82 The Great Seducer (2018)
83 Ghost (2012)
84 A Korean Odyssey (2017)
85 49 Days (2011)
86 The Boy Next Door (2017)
87 The King’s Daughter, Soo Baek Hyang (2013)
88 Gu Family Book (2013)
89 Five Enough (2016)
90 Good Doctor (2013)
91 A Gentleman’s Dignity (2012)
92 Deep Rooted Tree (2011)
93 God’s Quiz (2010)
94 Go Ho’s Starry Night (2016)
95 Somehow 18 (2017)
96 Rooftop Prince (2012)
97 Coffee Prince (2007)
98 Suspicious Partner (2017)
99 Remember – War of the Son (2015)
100 Oh My Venus (2015)
101 Time Between Dog and Wolf (2007)
102 Oh My Geum Bi (2016)
103 Shopping King Louie (2016)
104 Something About 1 Percent (2016)
105 What Happens to My Family? (2014)
106 Punch (2014)
107 Love in the Moonlight (2016)
108 Falling for Innocence (2015)
109 King2Hearts (2012)
110 History of the Salaryman (2012)
111 Solomon’s Perjury (2016)
112 The Legend of the Blue Sea (2016)
113 Sassy Go Go (2015)
114 Marriage, Not Dating (2014)
115 Witch’s Court (2017)
116 She Was Pretty (2015)
117 Fated to Love You (2014)
118 DDay (2015)
119 Black (2017)
120 Hit the Top (2017)
121 Vampire Prosecutor (2011)
122 My Golden Life (2017)
123 The Package (2017)
124 Sungkyunkwan Scandal (2010)
125 School 2017 (2017)
126 You’re All Surrounded (2014)
127 Jealousy Incarnate (2016)
128 The Innocent Man (2012)
129 School 2013 (2012)
130 School 2015 (2015)
131 38 Task Force (2016)
132 Queen of Mystery (2017)
133 You’re Beautiful (2009)
134 Can You Hear My Heart (2011)
135 Thank You (2007)
136 The Good Wife (2016)
137 Bring It On, Ghost (2016)
138 Girls’ Generation 1979 (2017)

Top 500 Korean Dramas 2018

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