The best romantic K-dramas to watch on Netflix

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K-dramas have a strong addictive characteristic. All you have to do now is watch one more episode. Years ago, I was addicted, viewing as many episodes of the now-defunct drama fever as I could. Watching Korean dramas seemed more esoteric and difficult in the early days of its success in the United States.

Thankfully, with the Squid Game sensation earning Best Picture, in addition to the success of K-pop, Korean dramas have grown more mainstream, making them more accessible to the general public – owing in part to the countless Korean Dramas on Netflix. K-Dramas have developed their own distinct flair. From the amnesia cliché to domineering grandparents and parents, K-pop idols in the ensemble (or as characters), love triangles, planned weddings, Dickens-like coincidences, and more, there’s something for everyone.

Expect butterflies, epic love stories, attractive leading males, captivating female protagonists, and much more. The Korean drama is an unparalleled delight for lovers of romance. Which is why, we have compiled a list of some of the most swoon-worthy dramas on Netflix.


If you haven’t seen Nonetheless, you’re missing out on the finest romantic K-dramas on Netflix. The show is centered on a webtoon and contains ten excellent episodes that tell the narrative of two students and their difficult romance, as well as how they wind up in a friends-with-benefits arrangement. The program, written and directed by Jung Won and Ga-Ram Kim, stars Han So Hee, Song Kang, and Cheska Aguiluz, among others, and is available to view on Netflix.

Nevertheless, | Official Trailer | Netflix [ENG SUB]


Start-Up is another must-see romantic K-drama on Netflix. This drama, directed by Oh Choong Hwan, stars the greatest of Korean actors, including Bae Suzy, Nam Joo Hyuk, Kim Seon Ho, and Kang Han Na, among others. The Korean drama is an extraordinary story about a few young entrepreneurs and their love and professional adventures. The 2020 show, directed by Og Choong Hwan and written by Park Hye Ryun, has an IMDb rating of 8/10.

Start-Up | Official Trailer | Netflix [ENG SUB]

Descendants of the Sun

Descendants of the Sun is another beautiful love story that you will enjoy watching. The story of a physician and a wounded soldier is told in this romantic action drama. The musical depicts the two’s classic love tale. The program, directed by Eung Bok Lee, stars Song Joong-ki, Song Hye-Kyo, Jin Goo, and Kim Ji Wo and is available to view on Netflix.

Descendants of the Sun - Trailer | Song Joong Ki & Song Hye Kyo's 2016 New Korean Drama

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, starring Korean actors such as Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, Oh Jung Se, and Park Gyu Young, is another intriguing romance drama that you’ll be pleased you saw. The show follows the experience of emotions of a writer and a psych unit caretaker. This 2020 show, written by Jo Yong and directed by Park Shin Woo, is highly recommended.

It's Okay To Not Be Okay | Official Trailer | Netflix

Hometown Cha Cha Cha

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha is another extremely popular Netflix romance K-drama that we recommend viewing right now. This 16-episode romance Korean series directed by Yoo Je Won contains a celebrity cast that includes Shin Min A, Kim Seon Ho, and Gina Su, among others. Watch the Netflix programme to learn about the life of a dentist.

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha | Official Trailer | Netflix

Crashlanding on you

Crash Landing on You is one of the most talked-about South Korean romance K-dramas accessible on Netflix, with millions of admirers and a fairly high IMDb rating. Park Ji Eun and Lee Jeong Hyo wrote and directed the program, respectively. The romance story has aspects of adventure and comedy, making it the most entertaining 16-episode K-drama available on Netflix right now. The drama stars Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin, and it offers an unusual narrative that will have you on the edge of your seat.

Crash Landing on You | Official Trailer | Netflix

What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim

What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim is another romance K-drama that you’ll definitely enjoy if you decide to watch it. Ji Yeong Choi and Joon Hwa Park directed this 2018 program, which was written by Jung Eun Young and Kyung Yoon Jung. The show included performances by Park Min Young, Park Seo Joon, and Lee Tae Hwan, among others. Furthermore, it is a highly rated 16-episode K-drama about a corporate hero that is accessible to view on Netflix.

What's Wrong With Secretary Kim? (Official Trailer)

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

Among those who appear in this romantic comedy are Lee Song Kyoung, Nam Joo Hyuk, Jae Yoon Lee, and Hye Jung Cho. Oh Hyun Jong directed it, while Yang Hee Seung wrote it. The popular show tells the life of young athletes, and you should watch it. The series is available to watch on Netflix.

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Book Joo (Official Trailer)

Romance Is A Bonus Book

Another series with a wonderful narrative and a stellar cast that includes Lee Na Young, Lee Jong Suk, and Jeong Eu Gene, among others. The drama, directed by Na Yeong Kim and Jung Hyo Lee, tells the tale of a successful publishing company’s editor-in-chief. The popular Korean programme is now accessible to watch on Netflix.

Romance is a Bonus Book | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix