Top 5 K-Drama’s you should watch

If you are a Korean drama lover and you also love rom-com then we’are going to give you top 5 k-dramas you must watch in these holidays.

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1. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim


A romance between a perfect but narcissistic second-generation successor and his proficient secretary.
Lee Yeong Joon (Park Seo Joon) is vice president of his family-owned company, Yoomyung Group. He is so narcissistic that he doesn’t pay attention to his trusty secretary, Kim Mi So (Park Min Young). After nine years of making Yeong Joon look good and stroking his very large ego, Min So decides to quit her job. Can Yeong Joon accept the fact that Mi So no longer wants to work for him?

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2. True Beauty

A high school student Lim Ju-Kyung (Moon Ga-young), who has an inferiority complex regarding her appearance, has been constantly distinguished by her family and bullied by her class-fellows due to being recognized as ugly. She starts learning how to use makeup by binge-watching makeup tutorial videos on the Internet. Before transferring to her new school. At in new school, she is known as one of the prettiest girls in the class – although she secretly lives in fear of her schoolmates discovering what she looks like behind the makeup!

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3. Cinderella and the four knights

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Eun Ha-Won (Park So-dam) is a bright high school senior who dreams of becoming a teacher. Unfortunately, she loses her mother in a tragic accident. When her father remarries and a cruel stepmother moves in and steals Ha-Won’s college tuition, Ha-Won is forced to take on part-time jobs to make her college downpayment. she is hired by a young man named Kang Hyun Min (Ahn Jae Hyun). Kang Hyun Min wants her to be his date for the day when attends the wedding of his grandfather, Kang Jong Du (Kim Yong Gun).

At the wedding, Kang Jong Du notices that Eun Ha Won has a no-nonsense personality – and decides that she would be the perfect live-in housekeeper (and minder) for Kang Hun Min and his two cousins. Eun Ha-Won agrees – and sets about trying to tame these three spoiled young men! But what will she do when she discovers that all three of the cousins appear to have developed feelings for her?

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4. weightlifting fairy kim bok-joo

Kim Bok-Joo (Lee Sung-Kyung) is a promising collegiate female weightlifter. Her father runs a small chicken restaurant and her uncle wants to become an actor. Meanwhile, Jung Joon-Hyung (Nam Joo-Hyuk) is a collegiate swimmer plagued with numerous false start disqualifications. He is 21-years-old and has a free spirit. His uncle and aunt raised him along with his cousin Jung Jae-Yi (Lee Jae-Yoon).

This series is a coming-of-age story about a group of college athletes who are competing for their dreams, experiencing and finding love in the method, and producing every step of the way.

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5. The legend of blue sea

Shim Cheong (Jun Ji Hyun) is a mermaid who follows her one true love, a nobleman’s son named Kim Moon from the Joseon Dynasty to modern-day Seoul. Moon’s modern doppelgänger is Heo Joon Jae (Lee Min Ho), a highly-skilled con-artist who first becomes interested in Shim Cheong because of a jade bracelet worth $6 million that Shim Cheong wears.

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