Article: Top 10 K-Dramas To Binge Watch When You Feel Lonely

Top 10 K Dramas To Binge Watch When You Feel Lonely
Top 10 K Dramas To Binge Watch When You Feel Lonely

We all know how K-Dramas have taken the world by storm thanks to their unique yet crisp storylines and heart-warming relatable scenarios. Watching K-Dramas is like free therapy nowadays, and you are in luck because we have brought you a fresh set of our top 10 Dramas to be your friend and a companion when you feel lonely.

1. Hometown Cha Cha Cha (2021)

The tale of a rich, fun-loving girl, Yoon Hyejin  (Shin Mina), who enjoys city life and a down-to-Earth, kind, and caring home-town boy, Hong Dusik (Kim Seonho), and what happens when their worlds collide. This drama would immediately wrap you in a warm hug of craving more.


2. The Sound Of Magic (2022)

A larger-than-life musical drama accompanied by magic, joy, and everything you wanted your fairytale life to be. It all boils down to one question, if you believe in magic or not. This drama successfully fills your heart with the glees of childhood fantasies you might have lost.


3. Itaewon Class (2020)

A team of six friends has to face a dangerous enemy to accomplish their dream street bar in Seoul. This drama is a perfect ray of hope if you are looking for one which lets you escape the mundane reality. No way you can feel lonely when you have the action-packed company of these six gems.


4. A Love So Beautiful (2020)

Based on the famous C-Drama of the same title, this is a beautiful rom-com story of a girl who had a crush on her neighbor and classmate for years. A quite relatable tale for most of us to engulf you in sweet memories of first love.


5. Reply 1988 (2015)

A fun slice of life story based in the Ssangmundong neighborhood of Seoul concerning the different types of families which live there together. You feel surrounded while watching every episode of it while they overcome hurdles despite their differences.


6. Nevertheless (2021)

A unique story where a girl, Yu Nabi (Han Sohee), who believes in the traditional style of love, dating, and commitment, falls in love and gets involved with Park Jaeon (Song Kang), a guy infamous for flirting and playing with the hearts of girls. If you go through the anxieties of “what if”s, this drama is here to tell you that you are not alone.


7. Our Blues (2022)

Netflix’s famous drama is another slice of life where you get to explore and go through the struggles of six individuals trying to establish a solid foundation for themselves and find that one true love. Though leading very different lives, none have it easier than the other and perhaps, this drama is just what you need if you are struggling with the same and to whisper a thank you to the Lord once in a while.


8. My ID Is Gangnam Beauty (2018)

Starring Im Soo Hyang as Kang Mirae, this drama explores the daily insecurities and backlash a person, especially a woman, needs to go through because of the hypocritical beauty standards of the world. A beautiful drama to remind us that beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder indeed and a roller coaster of humor, sadness, and realization for you to delve.


9. It’s Okay To Not Be Okay (2020)

The title itself is self-explanatory as the plot unfolds the story of a man struggling with his mental health issues, and trauma crosses paths with a children’s book writer who seems pretty standard and fun at first but deals with her mental problems. A remarkable portrayal of how no one needs to be perfect to find love, peace, and happiness.


10. Crash Landing On You (2019)

Yes, how could this drama possibly be excluded from this list? A modern-day Romeo, and Juliet story where a North Korean refugee, Yoon Seri (Son Yejin), meets a South Korean soldier, Lee Junghyuk (Hyun Bin), and how their clashing life-styles and perceptions entwine their bonds to a deeper level. This show is a must-watch if you feel like no one understands you.