Top 10 Korean Dramas to watch when you feel lost

Life is not easy for everyone. We all are fighting with our own demons. Sometimes, we feel lost like we are losing everything. Some K-Dramas can be a little help to find your way. We are sharing the top 10 Korean dramas to watch when you feel lost.

My Libration Notes (2022)

Top 10 Korean Dramas to watch when you feel lost

Network: JTBC, Netflix

Episodes: 16

Genre: Life, Romance

Cast: Kim Ji-Won, Lee Min-Ki, Lee El, Son Suk-Ku

Synopsis: My liberation notes is a story of three siblings who live in Sanpo village near Seoul. Yeon Mi-Jeong (Kim Ji-Won) is the youngest sibling who wants to be liberated from her boring and lonely life. Her brother Yeon Chang-Hee (Lee Min-Ki) is the middle child who doesn’t want to live in Sanpo. Yeon Gi-Jeong (Lee El) is the oldest child with a hot temper.

My Mister (2018)

Top 10 Korean Dramas to watch when you feel lost

Network: tvN

Episodes: 16

Genre: Drama

Cast: IU, Lee Sun-Kyun

Synopsis: My Mister has a very different storyline from other K-Dramas. This drama is about two people with a very big age gap and different life experiences. Dong-Hun (Lee Sun-Kyun) is a married man and finds that his wife is having an affair with a senior executive of his company. Lee Ji-An (IU) is a temporary employee at the same company and facing financial problems. She lives with her grandma who can’t move by herself.

Because This Is My First Life (2017)

Top 10 Korean Dramas to watch when you feel lost

Network: tvN

Episodes: 16

Genre: Comedy, Romance, Life, Friendship

Cast: Lee Min-Ki, Jung So-Min, Esom, Park Byung-Eun, Kim Ga-Eun

Synopsis: Yoon Ji-Ho (Jung So-Min) is a single woman who doesn’t own a house and is dealing with financial issues. Nam Se-Hee (Lee Min-Ki) is a single man who is looking for a flat-mate. This is one of the top 10 Korean dramas to watch when you feel lost.

Run On (2020)

Top 10 Korean Dramas to watch when you feel lost

Network: JTBC

Episodes: 16

Genre: Romance, Life, Sports

Cast: Im Si Wan, Shin Se Kyung, Choi Soo Young, Kang Tae Oh

Synopsis: Ki Seon Gyeom (Im Si Wan) was a popular sprinter but he quit the sport due to some reasons. Oh Mi Joo (Shin Soo Young) is a subtitle translator for movies. Lee Young Hwa (Kang Tae Oh) is a university student majoring in art. Seo Dan-A (Choi Soo Young) is a CEO of a sports agency.

Age Of Youth (2016)

age of youth

Network: JTBC

Episodes: 12

Genre: Friendship, Comedy, College life, Drama

Cast: Han Ye-Ri, Park Eun-Bin, Han Seung-yeon, Park Hye-Soo, Ryu Hwa-Young

Synopsis: This is a story of five girls living in the same shared house. Yoon Jin-Myung (Han Ye-Ri) is a busy girl who has very part-time jobs. Jung Ye-eun (Han Seung-Yeon) is a university student and very devoted to her boyfriend Ko Doo-Young (Ji il-Joo). Song Ji-Won (Park Eun-Bin) is also a university student who has a bright personality but seems a bit crazy. Yoo Eun-Jae (Park Hye-Soo) is in her freshman year and a very shy girl. She is new in the shared house. Kang Yi-Na (Ryu Hwa-Young) has a femme-fatale charm who is very popular among boys.

Summer Strike (2022)

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Network: ENA

Episodes: 12

Genre: Melodrama, Comedy, Romance, Life

Cast: Im Si-Wan, Seol Hyun, Shin Eun-Soo, Park Ye-Young

Synopsis: Lee Yeo-Reun (Seol Hyun) is facing the worst time in her life. She gets dumped by her boyfriend and later her mother dies in an accident. Lee Yeo-Reum decides to leave everything and not do anything. She moves to a small village and rents a small building. An Dae Beom (In Si-Wan) is a librarian at Angok public library. Summer Strike is one of the top 10 Korean dramas to watch when you feel lost.

Love All Play (2022)

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Network: KBS2

Episodes: 16

Genre: Sports, Romance, Friendship, Youth, Life

Cast: Park Ju-Hyun, Chae Jong-Hyeop, Park Ji-Hyun, Kim Mu-Jun

Synopsis: Park Tae-Yang (Park Ju-Hyun) was a famous and promising badminton athlete. Due to some bad incident, she left sports and hid for 3 years. Now she decides to have a comeback in badminton. Park Tae-Joon (Chae Jong-Hyeop) is a badminton player who thinks sports is just a job for him.  

A Piece Of Your Mind (2020)

a piece of your mind

Network: tvN

Episodes: 12

Genre: Life, Romance

Cast: Jung Hae In, Chase Soo Bin, Lee Ha Na, Park Ju Hyun, Kim Sung Kyu

Synopsis: Han Seo Woo (Chae Soo Bin) and Moon Ha-Won (Jung Hae-In). Han Seo Woo is a music recording engineer and rents a studio for work. Moon Ha-Won is an AI programmer who rents the same studio for nighttime. 

When The Weather Is Fine (2020)

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Network: JTBC

Episodes: 16

Genre: Romance, Life, Melodrama

Cast: Park Min Young, Seo Kang Joon, Lee Jae Wook, Kim Hwan Hee

Synopsis: Mok Hye Won (Park Min Young) is a simple woman who works as a cello teacher in Seoul. Due to some circumstances, she moves back to her hometown. Hye Won starts living with her aunt Sim Myung Yeo (Moon Jeong Hee), a writer who owns a pension house. Lim Eun Seob (Seo Kang Joon) is Hye Won’s neighbor who runs a bookshop. They knew each other as a teen but later Hye Won has to move to the countryside after a family trauma.

Tomorrow (2022)

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Network: MBC

Episodes: 16

Genre: Fantasy, Life, Healing

Cast: Kim Hee-Seon, Rowoon, Lee Soo-Hyuk, Yun Ji-On, Kim Hae Sook

Synopsis: Choi Jun-Woong (Rowoon) is a job seeker. One night, he fell from a bridge while trying to save a person from suicide. He went into a coma and met two grim reapers Koo Ryeon (Kim Hee-Seon) and Lim Ryung-Gu (Yun Ji-On). 

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