Today’s generation is very much into foreign dramas because it has been trending in so many of the streaming platforms that make the viewers follow them.
TV shows have become a major part of our life there’s no doubt about that because after having a hectic schedule and watching your favorite show is something smoothing.
But nowadays youngsters are shifting towards something that is purely different and amazing. Korean Drama or K-Drama. Just like any other foreign language TV Show Korean Drama has their popularity all over the globe, especially in Pakistan.
Many of the youngsters have indulged in this particular area of TV Shows, where they explore something unique and new storyline.
But what about for the newcomers or say, beginners? Which Korean Drama they should watch first? Or is there any guideline to watch it? To these and many other questions, this piece is the ultimate route towards the Korean Drama World.
Top Korean Dramas You Should Watch-Beginners Guide
Before you jump into this new world, you have to make up your mind that you might witness something different and unique from the shows that you have been watching lately. Once you K-start there’s no chance of being K-stop.
Here you will get the top Korean dramas that you should watch at any cost if you are new to this world. you might meet some of the hardcore Korean drama fans out there who are much into it and spend hours.
You even find people who watch dubbed ones, but only the real legit Korean Drama fans watch it subbed ones with an original voice. Watching Korean Drama in English audio eliminates all the essence of the drama, so if you begin then don’t ruin it at all.
Crash Landing on You
Crashlanding on you is the first pick for beginners. It’s a comedy romantic drama that revolves around two important characters Yoon Se-ri(Son Ye-jin) and Ri Jeong-hyeok (Hyun Bin). Without any spoiler the quick plot of the drama, Yoon Seri fell into a territory after the horrific accident where she found herself with the soldiers.
Among them, she finds herself safe and secure and that’s where she falls in love with the leader Ri Jeong-hyeok.
It’s a good start for the beginner because it’s lightly sweet, and romantic that keeps you attached to the drama.
Talking about the Korean drama and don’t mention any fictional bloodiest show wouldn’t be a fair thing to do. That’s why second on the list is the ‘Kingdom’. The kingdom is a show that has action, tells the history and drama.
Although the history isn’t real, it’s the story of the crown prince who dives into an investigation where he tries to figure out about a mysterious plague that’s sabotaging his dear country.
It has two seasons yet and both of them are fun to watch. Once you start it, the storyline and action will hook you up for sure.
It’s Okay Not To Be Okay
Korean Dramas are mostly famous for their fictional stories and characters. Stories in somehow people can relate to themselves. It’s Okay Not To Be Okay is the drama that every youngster somehow related to themselves. This drama targets a very sensitive issue that is still taboo in Korea and its mental illness.
It showcases the story of an unexpected lover de-sensitized Moon Gang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) who works as a community health worker in hospital of Psychiatric falls in love with Ko Moon Yeong (Seo Ye Ji) whose a famous children book’s author.
One of the most interesting things about these two attractive characters, which they both are anti-social as mentioned people relate to themselves that it is.
If you are looking for something like Grey’s Anatomy, then Hospital Playlist is the perfect show for you. But the hospital playlist unique compares to Grey’s anatomy because it focuses on the friend-group and their long everlasting friendship.
Hospital Playlist is all about four friends who are in their 40s and best friends since medical school. It’s a pure show about friends and their love for music. The show is currently on its season 2 and releases every episode on Netflix.
These four shows surely can be worth a guide for beginners. There are many other Korean Dramas out there that people will tell you and put you in the dilemma of choosing between them.
Instead, follow baby steps, understand Korean Drama culture, evolve yourself around it, and once you are comfortable then spread your genre in it.
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