[Top 5] Less Known Korean Dramas That Are Actually Good

There are a lot of Korean dramas that get high ratings and are always talk of the town. However, there are also those series which weren’t given enough attention and views compared to the famous ones. Despite the good story, amazing lessons, outstanding acting, and twists, there are still those K-dramas that were missed by some fans. Today we list down such underrated K-dramas; although these dramas aren’t super popular, they all have exceptional plots and stellar performances from the cast.

Come and Hug Me

This is the story of a tragic love that spans 12 years. When they were children, Yoon Na Moo and Gil Nak Won were each others first love. They are forced to break apart when Na Moo's father Yoon Hee Jae, a psychopath serial killer, murders Nak Won's parents. 9 years later Yoon Na Moo is known as Chae Do Jin, a passionate and kind rookie detective wishing to atone for his father's sins. And Gil Nak Won is now Han Jae Yi, an aspiring actress following in the footsteps of her mother. She suffers from a panic disorder but still has a good outlook on life. However, the sadness of their past comes to light again and their short-lived encounter is over before it began. Another three years on, Jae Yi has become a popular actress and Do Jin is now an experienced detective. When their fate becomes connected once more, will their love prove to be stronger than their past?

The Secret Life of My Secretary

Do Min Ik is an intelligent, perfectionist man with a heart of stone and the Chief of Team 1 at T&T Mobile Media who always relies on his secretary, the hot-tempered Jung Gal Hee. Although she diligently carries out the tasks her mean boss instructs her to do, she does not hold back in saying what she wishes to say. Will an office romance blossom?


Go Se-yeon is a beautiful prosecution lawyer at the top of her game, and Cha Min is her friend, an unattractive but rich heir to a cosmetics empire. They are both revived into different bodies by supernatural beings using an "Abyss" after their deaths in separate incidents. The "Abyss" is a celestial object which has the power to revive anything that has died; the reincarnated bodies take on the appearance of that person's soul. Go Se-yeon takes on a plainer appearance, whilst Cha Min becomes very attractive and young; virtually the opposite of before. They start working together to find out the reason for their revival and who caused Go Se-yeon's death.

My First First Love

A group of Yoon Tae Oh’s friends suddenly move into his house for their own personal reasons, where they experience love, friendships, and struggles. Song-I and Tae Oh have been friends since they were three years old; Do Hyun is an aspiring theater actor; Ga Rin is an heiress to a rich family. When Song-I meets another friend of Tae Oh—Do Hyeon, who acts cold to girls and works several jobs—their friendship is tested. 

Introverted Boss

Eun Hwan-Ki is the CEO of a public relations company, but he is extremely shy. Due to his personality, even his employees do not know him well. Chae Ro-Woon begins work at Eun Hwan-Ki’s company. She is very energetic and receives recognition for her work, but her only interest is in CEO Eun Hwan-Ki. She plans to reveal who Eun Hwan-Ki really is.

Which underrated Korean drama you found interesting. Please let us know in comments down below.

(Source & Credits: Wikipedia, MyDramaList, Viki)


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  2. Pasta from 2010.. It's a really good drama in my eyes.I've watched when I was 11 dubbed in my mother tongue. And choose to re-watch it (now I am 20) I just finished this week and it was just awesome.I love how they brutally showed the sarcasm , jealous and politics go in work space .I also loved how the romance build up between the chef and the cook who is in the last position of the kitchen.and also moments where I felt like "If I were her,I'd choose the second lead who admired her from far for 3 years".Really good drama to watch if you have 20 episode worth of time to just waste