Descendants of the Sun, a Korean drama, aired its final episode about a year ago. Don’t worry if you’re still bothered by it; we understand. You’re undecided about what else to watch since you believe no other show will be as fantastic as that? Well, we’re here to save the day by recommending five more Korean dramas to watch!
Song Joong Ki participated as a supporting cast member in the medical drama Obstetrics and Gynaecology Doctors in 2010, which was well received by Song Joong Ki fans. In this drama, he played Ahn Kyung Woo, a medical intern who aids the doctors in medical procedures in the hospital’s O&B department. In the show, he also assisted in the delivery of babies. Fans of his army outfit from DOTS may expect to see him in a doctor’s uniform, including a coat and scrubs.
Aside from the previous dramas in which the cast has appeared, here are a few new releases that are well worth your time:
1. Love in the Moonlight (2016, 18 episodes)
Park Bo Gum and Kim Yoo Jung feature in this drama. It is set in Korea during the Joseon Dynasty, and it depicts palace politics as well as how love blossoms between the two main characters despite their origins in two different worlds.
2. Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2016, 20 episodes)
You’re in for a treat if you’re a fan of IU and EXO. This drama is set during the Goryeo Dynasty in Korea, and it is based on Tong Hua’s Chinese classic “Bu Bu Jing Xin.” IU, Lee Joon Gi, Kang Ha Neul, and Hong Jong Hyun make up the primary cast. It’s a melodrama featuring a tangled love triangle involving the main and supporting characters. This is a must-see for everyone who like melodramas.
3. Blood (2014, 20 episodes)
This drama might be for you if you’re a die-hard vampire fan. This drama follows Park Ji Sung (Ahn Jae Hyun), who is infected by a virus passed down from his parents, causing him to be born with vampire characteristics. He meets a fiery coworker, Yoo Ri Ta (Gu Hye Seon), who discovers his secret.
4. Emergency Couple (2014, 21 episodes)
Despite strong objections from Chang-family, Min’s Jin-Hee (played by Song Ji-Hyo; yes, also known as blankji from Running Man) and Chang-Min (played by Choi Jin-Hyuk) marry. Chang-min was born into a well-to-do family. They later divorce, but fate brings them back together later in the series when they both begin working as interns in the same hospital.
So typical of Korean culture, yet so good Korean culture.
5.Good Doctor (2013, 20 episodes)
This medical drama depicts how Park Shi On (Joo Won), a paediatrician with autistic savant disorder and the mentality of a 10-year-old, overcomes challenges in the hospital and achieves success.
That’s all there is to it! There are 5 more Korean dramas to watch after Descendants of the Sun. Add them to your watchlist right now, and you’ll thank us later!