Article: Top 10 K-Dramas That Will Help You Calm Your Mind

Certain K-dramas have a special effect on people. To escape reality for some time, people opt for fictional drama. K-dramas have always been known for creating good cinematography and plot line that helps to calm down the mind of the people. To unplug stress and to shut down the mind, listed are some of the K-dramas that will help you calm your mind.

1. Summer Strike

Summer Strike describes the story of a girl, Lee Yeo Reum, whose life was going great until she was hit with the tragedy that her mother passed away just after she got dumped by her boyfriend. To recover, she moves to a seaside village, Angok, where she meets a librarian, An Dae Beom, who is also a lost soul like her.

2. Run On

Run On describes the story of Ki Sun Gyeom, who was a sprinter on a national team but was forced to quit due to legal issues. He meets Oh Mi Joo, a girl who writes subtitles for movies. Seo Dan Ah is the CEO of the company. She is not promoted further due to her gender, but she fights for it. A university major, Lee Young Hwa, enters her life.

3. When The Weather Is Fine

When The Weather Is Fine describes the story of Hae Won, an ordinary woman who loves to play the instrument of Cello. She was hurt emotionally by others and had a close heart. She was tired of a busy life in Seoul and movies back to her childhood hometown, Bookhyun village. She meets a bookshop owner, Eun Seob.

4. Do You Like Brahms?

Do You Like Brahms describes the story of Chae Song-Ah, who runs a successful business career but is unhappy at heart. She gives up her career to focus on her passion for music. She gets accepted into one of the prestigious music universities in South Korea, where she meets another music student, Park Joon Young.

5. Would You Like A Cup Of Coffee?

Would You Like A Cup Of Coffee describes the story of Park Seok, an owner of a small successful, Cafe 2Dae. He is enjoying himself as a sole person as he has not taken a staff, and it starts to take a toll on him. Until a young man, Kang Go Bi tries his coffee and begs Park Seok to take him as a part-timer. The duo forms a bond and tries to bring warmth to the customer.

6. Her Private Life

Her Private Life describes the story of a professional art gallery curator, Sung Deok Mi. She has devoted her life to work. But she has a dark secret that no one knows. She is a big fangirl of Cha Shi Ahn, and her entire universe revolves around him. The new director of the gallery, Ryan Gold, discovers her secret, and everything changes.

7. Oh My Venus 

Oh My Venus describes the story of a beauty, Kang Joo Eun, named “Daegu’s Venus” in her school. At 33 years old, she has gained weight, and her boyfriend of 15 years dumped her. She meets Kim Yeong Ho, a personal trainer, to help her become healthy.

8. Welcome To Waikiki 

Welcome To Waikiki describes the story of three friendmates, Lee Joon-Ki, Kang Dong-gu, and Cha Woo-shi, who opened a guesthouse, ‘Waikiki.’ But as they are clueless about business working, the guest house is not going well. Until a random woman with her mysterious baby shows up at their guesthouse, and everything get messy and hilarious.

9. Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha describes the story of Yoon Hye-jin, who runs a successful dental clinic in the city, but things start to be wary. She goes to a seaside village, Gongjin, on her late mother’s birthday. There, she opens her clinic and meets the village handyman, Hong Du-sik, who is skilled but unemployed.

10. Move To Heaven 

Move To Heaven describes the story of Han Geu Roo, a 20 year old autistic boy who and his father works in ‘Move To Heaven,’ where they collect the stuff of deceased people. They deliver the stuff to their beloved family. Until Han Geu Roo’s father passes away. The guardianship of him will be with his ex-convict uncle, Cho Sung Gu.