Though there’s never a shortage of new K-dramas to binge on, there are some K-Dramas that we can’t seem to get over, even if years have passed since we’ve seen our favorite characters. Maybe they were the first K-drama that started our obsession. Maybe it had all our favorite leads. Maybe it was just a really solid K-drama that made us feel all the feelings. Now to throw it back a bit, let’s bring back some K-Dramas that are worth rewatching multiple times.
My Love From the Star
Do Min-joon (Kim Soo-hyun) is an alien who falls in love with Chun Song-yi (Jun Ji-hyun), an actress who thinks a little too highly of herself. After getting entangled in the very messy world of Song-yi, Min-joon has no choice but to protect the woman he’s fallen in love with. The drama’s all-star cast, combined with the unique story, makes it worth a rewatch — it also helps that it’s packed with funny scenes to keep things light and easy.
This drama follows young rich students who are about to take over their family businesses. But their views in life change when they meet a girl that doesn’t belong in the world of the rich. With an all-star cast and amazing twists and turns, The Heirs has become one of the most unforgettable K-Dramas that fans can’t get over with.
Descendants of the Sun
This story of a soldier who falls in love with a workaholic doctor got fans swooning and shipping Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo. While the couple’s love story didn’t exactly end well in real life, fans still rewatch the very kilig story of Captain Yoo Si-jin and Doctor Kang Mo-yeon.
Coffee Prince tells the story of an unlikely romance between a tomboyish woman and a young food empire mogul. What’s interesting about the story is how it challenged gender norms. Till this day Coffee Prince is still one of the most well-loved K-dramas, thirteen years after its release.
With W‘s amazing editing and cinematography, you can’t help but watch it more than once. The unique story involves a comic book character coming to life and falling in love with a human. This K-Drama also solidified Lee Jong-suk’s career as a male lead, after thousands of fans fell in love with the actor.
Reply 1988 proved that it’s possible to create a compelling K-drama without having a clear kontrabida. The series follows the lives of the five teens that live in Ssangmun-dong. Viewers found the drama relatable as it showed the different struggles teens and adults face in their day-to-day life.
One of the most heartbreaking K-dramas of the 2010s, Scarlet Heart had its viewers crying for months. We can’t exactly say why (because spoilers), but trust us, this K-drama is perfect for those days when you just need a good cry.
Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo
Who didn’t fall in love with the one and only Bok-joo? Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo had viewers howling with laughter each episode. The show also deals with the pressures of being a student-athlete as well as other issues that come with growing up.
Which of these K-Dramas will you rewatch first? Tell us below!