[ad_1] True Beauty to Itaewon Class: popular K-dramas based on Webtoons

True Beauty to Itaewon Class: popular K-dramas based on Webtoons

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The steamy chemistry peppered with some swoon-worthy romantic moments as well as oodles of laughter and slices of misadventures makes “A Business Proposal” the perfect binge-watch.

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“What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim” is a winner all the way. Funny, cheesy, and of course with steamy chemistry between Park Seo Joon and Park Min Young, all these things make this drama worth your while.

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“Touch Your Heart” is a breezy and simple love story. The drama sheds light on the fickle nature of the glamorous industry and societal judgments, which go hand in hand.

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Cherry Blossoms After Winter tells the drama of sweet and tender boys' love with unexpected romance

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A very cleverly written show with a plot-driven narrative, “Memorist” has a lot going for it, and the actors keep up the momentum while never once lagging or faltering.

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“Cheese in the Trap” realistically encapsulates campus life. The tension and psychological mind games between the two characters had viewers riveted, so much so that there were several discussions over how the end panned out.

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A cleverly executed drama, both seasons of “Yumi’s Cells” blend live action with 3D animation. The show narrated through the perspective of her cells, which control her many thoughts, actions, and emotions, strike a chord.

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Another one in the BL genre, this pacy and cute drama titled "Semantic Error", and the classic “opposites attract” trope is highlighted by its engaging and charming characters.

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See You in My 19th Life, is based on a girl who has been repeating her life through reincarnation for nearly a thousand years, and can remember all her past lives.

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