8 Romantic Korean Dramas To Watch This Valentine's Day

I have seen so many romantic K-Dramas but these are the 8 best drama that I adore a most in 2018. Whether you have a date this Valentine's Day or not, don't forget to curl up on the couch and enjoy some of these classic love stories.


Summer Scent

How can you not love a drama with Song Seung Hun in it? When your heart beats for someone and the whole audience can hear it, that has to be the ultimate love story! This drama is all about following your heart, even if it was someone else's first. I fell in love with it in 2006; now it is your turn!

Angel Eyes

Mom literally gives her eyes to you, and you fall in love with her son. That sounds a bit creepy, but this heartbreaking tale is about loving someone for a decade without ever seeing their face. The love for them grows even more when you view them through new eyes.


Prime Minister and I

A May/December romance at its finest! Imagine falling in love with a older man and his three bratty children. Da Jung puts the age gap aside and truly loves a distinguished Prime Minister for who he is.


Boys Over Flowers

Who doesn't want two handsome rich guys fighting over them? Expensive meals, gifts, trips, and makeovers await the girl who wins Jun Pyo's heart. Ji Hoo is right there to serenade and wine and dine. My favorite episodes are when model Ha Jae shows up to complicate things.


Heartstrings

I loved seeing Jung Yong Hwa and Park Shin Hye end up together in this sweet music-infused series. Traditional and modern music may clash on stage, but the leading stars' hearts make beautiful music together. A cold-hearted male musician quickly warms up to a lady with deep roots in South Korea's cultural music. 


Coffee Prince

A tomboy, mistaken for a lad, maintains the deception for the sake of employment. The situation becomes complicated when her male boss begins to develop feelings for this "boy."


Secret Garden

A rich young CEO falls for a poor stunt-woman despite class differences, cultural traditions and the man's firmly objecting mother. 


Mary Stayed out All Night

A perfect fake marriage. When was the last time you had to fake a marriage with a heartthrob to avoid marrying a handsome rich guy? It happened to Mary! Well, this series is hilarious, heartwarming, and just plain fun. It's a laid-back love story that shows how love can come out of unlikely circumstances.

(Source: MyDramaList, Wikipedia)

Which one will you be watching on February 14? 

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