1. FATED TO LOVE YOU
This was a remake of the Taiwanese drama “Fated to Love You,” which was released in 2008. However, I was blown away by the Korean remake, which I haven’t seen yet in Taiwan. During the first two days of watching this, I was in fits of laughter, but by the third day, I was sobbing uncontrollably. Aigoo! There are so many good K-dramas!
Kim Mi-Young (Jang Na-Ra) works in a law firm and is a cutesy one at that. Because she’s so gullible, the “Post-It Girl” moniker was bestowed upon her. On the other hand, Lee Gun (Jang Hyuk) is the handsome and cool CEO of their family’s business. The two were once in the same place, but for completely different reasons: Mi-Young was on vacation, and Lee Gun was there to propose to his girlfriend. Misfortunes after misfortunes led to a “accidental” one-night stand, which ended up costing them a lot of money.
Lee Gun cared for Mi-Young when she became pregnant and they decided to live together until she gave birth. When the situation got even more complicated, my emotions were starting to rise.
2. PROTECT THE BOSS
My sister and I watched this with Ji Sung in it, and we had a great time. . Even though the plot isn’t particularly complex, I was entertained by the show’s wry wit and impeccable comedic timing.
Although Cha Ji-Heon (Ji Sung) is the sole heir to the DN group, his demeanor and attitude are that of a spoiled brat. Cha Mu-Won (Kim Jaejoong), his corporate rival and cousin, is the polar opposite of him and is also vying for the top spot in the family business. On the other hand, Noh Eun-Sol (Choi Kang-Hee) is a tough woman who is having difficulty securing a stable position in the workforce.. If her lackluster academics weren’t bad enough, she’s also had a troubled juvenile record to contend with. The DN group hired her as Cha Ji-executive Heon’s secretary, so she must have been blessed.
Her and Cha Ji-working Heon’s relationship didn’t start out well, but as time went on, they became friends and she even helped him overcome his fear of public speaking. Both male leads will develop feelings for Noh Eun-Sol, and a love triangle will be formed.
3. OH MY VENUS!
My favorite oppa, Ji-Sub, was on full display in this show, flaunting his chiseled and toned physique. H🔥O🔥T🔥!
As John Kim, Kim Young-Ho (So Ji-Sub) is a well-known Hollywood personal trainer who has never been seen by anyone other than his clients. Woo Shik (Jung Gyu-Woon), a former national swimmer, was romantically involved with Kang Joo-Eun (Shin Min-a), who was once the most famous and beautiful girl in Daegu (her hometown). Joo-Eun became a lawyer after 15 years, but she also gained so much weight that she lost her attractiveness and beauty.
As a result of her involvement in a high-profile scandal, Kim Young-Howas is stuck in her hometown. When he agreed to take on more responsibility in the family business, his original plan to spend a few months in Korea was shelved. Kim Young-Ho and his team assisted Joo-Eun when she fell ill on a flight back to Korea. Every time they’d come across each other since, he’d be the one to save her from a bad situation.
As a result, she asked Kim Young-Ho/John Kim to help her get back into shape after discovering that he was a celebrity trainer. Their relationship deepens as her weight loss progresses. They supported one another through their own struggles and setbacks.
4. MY LOVE FROM THE STAR
He’s been on Earth for 400 years, and he’s just waiting for the right moment to return to his home planet of Min-Joon (Kim Soo-Hyun). When he was in the Joseon Dynasty, he had a crush on a girl who later died saving his life. The rest of his life was spent in contemplation and solitude. He has disguised himself as a professor at a university in the present day.
As South Korea’s most desired star, Cheon Song-Yi (Jun Ji Hyun) has a tough personality that makes her difficult to handle. In spite of this, she has personal issues and is having a hard time handling them. There’s no room for error when you’re an A-list celebrity, and that’s what this drama shows us.
In the person of Do Min-Joomet
Initially, Cheon Song-Yion thought she was being stalked or followed by a fan, but it turned out they were just next door neighbors. He can’t help but hear her cries in the middle of the night, and he even helped her get to the hospital when she needed it. Cheon Song-Yi resembled the girl he once adored from the Joseon Dynasty, and as time passed, she grew to love him as well, making every effort to win his heart.
Even though his time on Earth was running out, how could he possibly leave the person he loves a second time? Watch it to get the answer.
My Love from the Star is also known for two things: the on-screen chemistry and quirkiness of this couple.
5. GREATEST LOVE
While Gu Ae-Jung (Cha Seung-Won) is considered the most vilified celebrity, Dokko Jin is the most sought-after and sought-after star. In the middle of their fame, Ae-Jung left the girl group “National Treasure Girls” 10 years ago, and their fans have never forgiven her. Because of this, she became the subject of numerous rumors and scathing reports.
As a fan of Dokko Jin, she was deprived of the opportunity to choose the best projects, endorsements, and attention from her peers. Her family depends on Ae-Jung, so she accepts any project, no matter how outlandish or humiliating it may be, because she can’t give up on her career.
A chance encounter with Dokko Jin led Ae-Jung to learn something about the artist that has the potential to derail his international career. She asked him for a favor in order to keep that a secret, and he obliged her. Because they kept bumping into each other, he got to see first-hand what she was like in her underworld.
Dokko Jin fell in love with Ae-Jung as he got to know her, but the feeling was not reciprocated. Yoon Pil-Joo (Yoon Kye-Sang) is on his way, and he’s doing everything he can to win her heart.
Dokko’s antithesis, Oriental medicine doctor Yoon Pil-Joo, is a refreshing change of pace. He is a kind, polite man who adores Ae-Jung. Ae-Jung is a contestant on the reality dating show in which he is the bachelor.
The movie Greatest Love depicted the ups and downs of being a famous person. Everything that comes with being the most adored and despised celebrity in the world. “You and me against the world” or “Love conquers all” come to mind when describing Dokko Jin and Ae-situation, Jung’s but their deep affection for one another will prevail.
6. SHE WAS PRETTY
When Ji Sung-Joon (Park Seo-Joon) was a kid, he was best friends with Kim Hye-Jin (Hwang Jung-Eum), but Sung-Joon ended up moving to the United States with his father. After 15 years apart, Sung-Joon tracked her down and they agreed to meet again. Things have changed, however. A former rich and beautiful Kim Hye-Jin is now working part-time at a pub and has also lost her natural beauty and charisma.
Sung-Joon, on the other hand, went from chubby and dorky to a handsome and intelligent young man. Min Ha Ri (Go Joon-Hee), Hye-best Jin’s friend, stepped in and posed as Kim Hye-Jin for the night. She thought everything went smoothly.
Hye-boss Jin’s at The Most magazine is none other than Ji Sung-Joon, who hired her after landing a permanent position there. She is unable to do her job effectively because she is plagued by feelings of guilt and the fear of being recognized. She met Kim Shin Hyuk (Choi SiWon) despite her misfortunes, and though he initially just became a friend, he soon develops feelings for Hye-Jin. Sung-best Joon’s friend began dating Hye-Jin in secret and fell head over heels in love with him.
To the point where she appears insane, Hwang Jung-portrayal Eum’s of nervousness and teeth-biting was particularly amusing. On the other hand, I really enjoy their on-screen chemistry, particularly the manner in which Park Seo-Joon conveyed Ji Sung-sweet Joon’s and gentle side. You’d like to think that all men are like him.
7. KILL ME, HEAL ME
Because of a traumatic childhood experience, Cha Do-Hyun (Ji Sung) is the sole heir to a huge corporation. While in the United States, he underwent numerous treatments that failed. Through an accident (one of his personalities), he was reunited with his native land and the psychiatrist who will eventually help him recover from his illness, Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung-Eum).
One of Park Seo-best Joon’s known works is under the pseudonym OMEGA: Oh Ri On (Park Seo-Joon).
Cha Do-history Hyun’s piqued his interest, and he was conducting a secret investigation into the Korean actor. They’ll discover in the future that their lives were connected in some way and that the events of the past and present were connected.
One of the best drama series I’ve ever seen is “Kill Me, Heal Me.” One-of-a-kind item here. It was amusing, heartfelt, dramatic, and insightful all at the same time. Seeing Ji Sung’s acting prowess in 7personalities convinced me to become a fan. Flawless in everything from facial expressions to body movements. Laugh and cry with each of the personalities, and feel sorry for Cha Do-broken Hyun’s one. He’s one of South Korea’s best actors in my opinion.
Everyone has a multitude of distinct personalities. Each identity serves as a form of self-defense in the face of the harsh realities of this world.
My husband and I would do the same thing when we were bored, so this is one of my favorite scenes from the show. Weird? nope! To us, it’s just natural to have a good time! In addition, I’d like to add: The Park Seo-Joon and Hwang Jung-Eum duo is back!
8. MASTER’S SUN
This used to be my number one pick, but you’ll find out later what dramabumped this to number two. I’ve already watched this film five times, and I intend to do so many more times in the future.
Although she has a special ability to see and interact with ghosts, it was more of a curse on Tae Gong Shil (Gong Hyo-Jin). She is unable to lead a normal life because the souls are constantly bothering her. When it comes to the CEO and owner of KINGDOM corporation, Joo Joong Won (So Ji Sub) is an arrogant, self-serving snob.
During a rainy evening, they met and Joong Won’s hands accidentally touched hers, but he insisted that it was nothing more than a tingling sensation. It dawned on Gong-Shil that the ghosts vanished whenever she was near Joong Won. Since then, she has followed him and tried to explain why she so desperately needs him. When he was kidnapped years ago, Gong-Shil convinced him that she could help him find the missing diamond necklace that had been paid as his ransom. Even though he agreed, her presence annoyed Joong-Won and he would tell her to go away.
Joong Won began to see Gong-Shil as a woman when they worked together to solve several Kingdom corporation mysteries. The man tried to push her away and even offered to give her expensive things, but the woman refused because she is starting to fall for him, but she can’t let her feelings show because she needs to fix her life and sort out her personal problems first.
The Master’s Sun is enjoyable to watch, but it can also be a little nerve-wracking. Although I’m infatuated with Joo Joong Won’s character, I have nothing but praise for their love story. When Gong-Shil touched Joong Won, the ghosts fled. It was not explained why this was the case. Even so, I’m in love with this show, including its soundtrack.
No worries, that’s what love is all about.
9. IT’S OKAY, THAT’S LOVE
After a year of sitting in my cabinet, I’m wondering what I was thinking.
Ji In-Sung is a popular mystery novelist and DJ, Jang Jae-Yeol (Jang Jae-Yeol). He is undeniably attractive and has a down-to-earth personality that is also playful. As opposing panels on a television show, Ji Hae-Soo and he became acquainted. He became attracted to Hae-Soo after he was challenged by her strong personality.
The first-year psychiatrist on her fellowship program, Ji Hae-Soo, is known for her short temper and brutal honesty. As a child, she was subjected to a childhood trauma that left her with a deep-seated fear of commitment and of people from other cultures. Despite the help of her senior, Jo Dong-min (Sung Dong-Il), Hae-therapy Soo’s sessions didn’t work because she was avoiding facing the issue.
There is a Tourette’s Syndrome sufferer living in the same house as Ji Hae-Soo, Jo Dong-Min, and Park Soo-Kwang (Lee Kwang-Soo). For the sake of wooing Hae-Soo and gaining her trust, Jae-Yeol moved in with her. For these people, living in a dysfunctional situation is perfectly normal. As long as they don’t break any rules at home, they’re free to do whatever they want.
For these people, normality is defined as living in a dysfunctional situation. Their home is a place where they can do whatever they want, whenever they want, because there are no rules.
Jae-Yeol and Hae-Soo finally became a couple after a series of arguments and misunderstandings. Hae-scars Soo’s began to heal as she opened up to him. As a side note, she also discovered that Jae-Yeol has OCD and sleeps only in the bathroom. Nevertheless, his OCD was a minor problem. They will soon discover that Jae-Yeol is also suffering from a serious mental illness.
For some reason, we as humans tend to believe that we are always in a state of being free to try out new things. But in the end, it is our daily routines that take over our minds and bodies..
We humans believe that we are always free and living in a new way. This is a misconception. But in the end, it is our daily routines that are the most powerful force in our lives.