I expected Hi Bye Mama to be good and Im not disappointed at all! The lessons and and life quotes making me cry in every episode
i’m watching are you human too? and i’m experiencing a Full Emotion!!
I just realized that I watched quite a lot of k-dramas. For me it’s like a tradition after exam seasons or when I’m traveling by bus to another city that takes more than two hours. Here are my current top 10 k-drama so far.
This is the most heartwarming and pretty realistic drama I’ve ever watched. About a group of families who all live off the same alley in 1988. The soundtracks are gold. It makes me laugh and cry and also taught me some life lessons in the smoothest way. The only k-drama that I often rewatch. (4.8/5)
Age of Youth
One of the best slice of life drama. I thought it would be just about girls hanging out like in Wild Child or Mean Girls, but no. The problems they face in this drama is far more complex and some are quite sensitive to talk about. It portrays 5 roommates with different backgrounds and different personal problems. The only thing that turned me off: the second season almost ruined it. (4.3/5)
First impression: this drama has some guts to really criticize the education system in SK. Nice ride with some good life lessons but not smoothly delivered as in Reply 1988 imo. Nevertheless the thriller plot makes it more exciting. Only the last episode kinda ruined it. (4.5/5)
If you’re not into typical kdrama and you enjoy GOT, you might want to give this a try. It is about zombies but with some political conflicts. Just imagine Walking Dead during Game of Thrones era in Korea. Plus awesome cinematography. (4.5/5)
Master of Study
A school drama with the conflict mainly about what we actually need to focus on in school: studying. Great one for high school students who need a bit of motivation to study. After watching 2 episodes I found myself on fire to study harder. (3.6/5)
Jewel in the Palace
One of the first drama that brought us the korean wave. Based on true story of Janggeum, the first female royal physician in Korean history. This introduced me to korean food, culture, medicine and life in the palace during the joseon dynasty. (4.5/5)
Sassy Girl Chunhyang
This might be a bit biased because while others were watching Full House (and I missed the hype), I watched My Sassy Girl Chunhyang instead. The plot is typical kdrama: hilarious in the beginning, devastating towards the end with some love triangles. The soundtracks are gold. (3.5/5)
Scarlet Heart Ryeo
About a normal girl from the modern life suddenly being trapped in the Goryeo Dynasty and things get complicated when she finds herself in the middle of conflict when princes fight over the throne. I didn’t expect much before watching this, but the story is such a roller coaster ride. Never found a better character development in any kdrama than the one here. The costumes are so pretty, different from typical historical dramas that are mostly set in Joseon Dynasty. (4/5)
About three guys trying to chase their dreams amidst paying the bills by running a guesthouse. Although at some part of this drama I knew that they are trying too hard to make it funny, I still had a good laugh. It is that funny. (3.3/5)
Before watching this I had already got an idea of writing a story similar to this one: someone anonymously framing and taking revenge on all the bad guys. So I might be a bit biased. But I’d say it is worth the hype when it was first released. (4/5)
I am currently doing a marathon of kdramas in netflix! I just finished both seasons in 12 hours!!!!!!
I really don’t know what to feel. Yes! It is another good korean drama. It has the vibe of TWD and World War Z.
Why TWD? You know that saying, “Fight the Dead. Fear the Living.” Yes, that kind of vibe is what I’m talking about! I’ll just leave it there, I don’t wanna spoil lol
Why World War Z? There was this one scene that reminds me of it, somewhat I don’t know 😅🤷🏻♀️ Mountain Zombies kinda lol
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