If you haven't already been sucked into Korean dramas, 2022 is as good a time as ever to get started! In this post I'm going to show you the 10 Best K-Dramas in 2022 you'll be completely hooked on!
Are you ready?
1. A Business Proposal
In disguise as her friend, Ha-ri shows up on a blind date to scare away her friend's prospective suitor. However, plans go awry when he turns out to be Ha-ri's CEO and he makes a proposal.
2. My Liberation Notes
My Liberation Notes tells a story of three siblings and a stranger. Yeom Chang-Hee (Lee Min Ki) is the middle child of three siblings. He wants to escape from his family's home in Sanpo Village, but he doesn't have a dream and just spends his life meaninglessly. He is looked down upon by his family members.
3. Twenty-five Twenty-one (25 21)
The story is set in two timelines, 1998 and 2022, capturing parallels between South Korea’s International Monetary Fund (IMF) Crisis and the present-day’s COVID-19 situation.
And the name of this K-drama simply refers to the ages when the two lead characters of this new K-Drama—Baek Yi-jin (Nam Joo Hyuk) and Na Hee-do (Kim Tae Ri)— when “meet again.”
4. Sh**ting Stars
It's their first time as a love team and yet their chemistry is so great, it's overflowing. Watching them will surely make your hearts flutter. The couple is so cute and amusing when they are making fun of each other and it's so thrilling when they finally admit that they are in love with each other!
5. Our Blues
Our Blues is touching viewers with its heartwarming and comforting stories! It is an omnibus-style drama set in Jeju Island that tells the sweet, sour, and bitter life stories of a diverse array of characters.
6. The Sound of Magic
It tells the story of a mysterious magician, Ri Eul suddenly appears in front of a girl who lost her dream, Yoon Ah Yi and a boy who is forced to dream, Na Il Deung. Using magic as a metaphor to escape the harsh reality, director Kim Sung Youn explores the innocence of a child who feels trapped and burdened by society. The Sound of Magic is not so much about the magic, but the sound of it. It is the feeling it can provide comfort at a time when you feel invisible.
7. Why Her?
Oh Soo-jae is a talented lawyer and the youngest partner at TK Law Firm, the best law firm in South Korea. She gets involved in an unexpected case and she gets demoted to work as an adjunct. She gets involved in an unexpected case and she gets demoted to work as an adjunct professor at a law school.
As a teenager played by Minha Kim Sunja has endured throughout her young life. Though she believes in kindness in the world because of her father it is soon heartbreakingly snuffed out of her. Her experiences of first love and the real world with the fish market player Koh Hansu (Lee Min Ho) end with her heartbreak.
9. Juvenile Justice
The last case of “Juvenile Justice” reveals why Judge Sim Eun Seok had such hatred inside her for the young offenders. Her child had been killed by juvenile offenders. Two boys, Hwang In Jun and Baek Do Hyeon, had thrown a brick from the terrace, and it hit her son, who died on the spot.
This K-drama is so well-written and it deserves more recognition! It depicts so many social issues about young offenders, mirroring someone's reality heartbreakingly. The plot, characters, acting, and every aspect are just remarkable.
A supernatural fantasy that had rather dark undertones, Tomorrow revolves around a group of Grim Reapers from the 'Crisis management team', who are entrusted with the task of saving suicidal humans and have to prove to them how important life is.
Have you ever watched one of those dramas this year? And how many from this list?
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