Article: Top 10 Korean Dramas On Viki Based On Webtoons

Korean dramas also known as K-Dramas have gained immense popularity worldwide, and comic adaptations have been a hit among viewers. These dramas bring those charming characters to life, blending captivating storytelling with stunning visuals. So, whenever you get a little lazy and don’t want to read novels or webtoons and indulge yourself in those captivating dramas, below are the top 10 Korean dramas based on webtoons.

1. Perfect Marriage Revenge

Perfect Marriage Revenge is a South Korean romantic drama starring Jung Yoo-Min, Sung Hoon, Kang Shin-hyo, Jin Ji-hee, Oh Seung-yoon, Lee Min-young, and Lee Mi-sook. It is adapted from the webtoon “The Essence of a Perfect Marriage” written by Young and Lee Beom Bae and illustrated by Je Ri Bol, “Perfect Marriage Revenge.” It has one season. It was released in 2023. It has 12 episodes. It is a story about the eldest daughter of a wealthy family. But although having a wealthy family she is unhappy because she got to know that none of her parents and not even her younger sister love her. And she feels isolated and constrictive in that family. She doesn’t have any idea what her future will be like.

2. A Good Day To Be A Dog

A Good Day to Be a Dog is a South Korean romantic comedy and fantasy drama starring Park Gyu-young, Cha Eun-woo, Lee Hyun-woo, Yoon Hyun-Soo, and Lee Seo-el. It is based on the Naver webtoon of the same name by Lee Hey. It has one season. It was released in 2023. It has 15 episodes. It is a story about a high school Korean literature teacher. She suffers from an extremely unusual curse: If she kisses a man, she is doomed to turn into a dog every night, although she returns to human form in the morning. There is only one way to break the curse – and that involves receiving a kiss from the same man who kissed her...while in dog form!

3. What's Wrong With Secretary Kim

What's Wrong with Secretary Kim is a South Korean drama starring Park Seo Joon, Park Min Young, and Lee Tae Hwan. It has one season. It was released in 2018. It has 16 episodes. It is a story about a secretary who suddenly decides to quit her job. After her decision, her arrogant boss realizes that he can’t live without her. Having unknowingly shared a traumatic childhood experience, the pair come to understand that maybe they do belong together after all.

4. Moon In The Day

Moon in the Day is a South Korean fantasy and romance drama starring Kim Young-dae, Pyo Ye-jin, Jung Shin-hye, Ju Wan On, and Ye-Won Mun. This drama was based on a web-based cartoon series (webtoon) by Hye Yoom. It has one season. It was released in 2023. It has 14 episodes. It is a story about a leading South Korean celebrity. He is stunningly good-looking and tall but is secretly plagued by an inferiority complex that leaves him permanently insecure. One day he is hired to appear in a public service video. But the shoot goes wrong, and he is involved in a potentially fatal car collision. He is only saved by the quick thinking of a female firefighter who pulls off a heroic rescue.

5. Yumi's Cells

Yumi's Cells is a South Korean romantic comedy-drama starring Bo Hyun Ahn, Kim Go-Eun, Jinyoung, Park Ji-Hyun, and Lee Yu-bi. It has one season. It was released in 2021. It has 14 episodes. It is a story about an ordinary office worker. She may look like one but underneath that plain exterior lies something truly exceptional. Each of her cells controls her emotions, feelings, and actions. After a painful breakup, her love cells fall into a deep coma. Her love cells remain in a comatose state, until the sudden appearance of someone.

6. So I Married An Anti-fan

So I Married an Anti-fan is a South Korean romantic comedy-drama that aired in 2021. The show stars Choi Tae-Joon, Choi Soo-young, Kim Min-kyu, and Song Ji-eun. The series consists of 17 episodes and follows the story of a superstar celebrity who meets his match in the form of a spunky magazine reporter at the opening ceremony of a new nightclub. After witnessing his rude behavior and accidentally throwing up on him, the reporter is fired from her job. The plot revolves around her desire for revenge against the celebrity, leading to various comedic and dramatic situations throughout the show?

7. Cherry Blossoms After Winter

Cherry Blossoms After Winter is a South Korean romantic web drama featuring Ok Jinuk, Kang Hui, Kim Hyun-Wook, and Cha Gun. The series was adapted from a webtoon of the same name, written by Bam Woo. It was released in 2022, with one season consisting of eight episodes. The story revolves around a seven-year-old boy who loses his parents and is taken in by an adoptive family with a young son of the same age. The boy admires his new brother and sees him as everything he is not - tall, handsome, popular, caring, and deserving of love and attention. He feels inferior and is deeply grateful for the kindness of his new family.

8. True Beauty

True Beauty is a South Korean drama starring Moon Ga Young, Park Yoo Na, Hwang In Yeop, and Cha Eun Woo. It has one season. It was released in 2020. It has 16 episodes. It is based on the Line Webtoon of the same name by is a story about a high school girl. She is a little insecure about her looks and feels ugly compared to other students. She, after being bullied and discriminated then decided to use makeup to hide her blemishes. However, she soon befriends a boy who sees her as her true self.

9. My ID Is Gangnam Beauty

My ID is Gangnam Beauty is a South Korean drama that features Im Soo Hyang, Cha Eun Woo, Kwak Dong Yeon, and Jo Woo Ri. The show has only one season, which was released in 2018, consisting of 16 episodes. The story revolves around a young woman who is picked up by someone because of her appearance. But then she had plastic surgery to change her appearance because she wanted a new beginning. But this only serves to heighten her suffering, so she endeavors to restore her spirits. The term "Gangnam Beauty" was used to mock her once more because of her plastic surgery. Finally, she gets it: external appearances are not indicative of inner beauty.

10. Her Private Life

Her Private Life is based on a webtoon series. ‘Noona Fan Dot Com' is a 2019 romantic-comedy drama starring Kim Jae-Wook and Park Min-Young as the main characters. The main problem this series deals with is PTSD because of a traumatic encounter.