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Transport to Jeju With These K-Dramas!

Updated: Jun 10, 2022

Our Blues Poster. Photo Courtesy by Korea Joongang Daily.

If you are looking for a tranquil vacation away from the bustling Hallyu land in Seoul, you should plan on traveling to Jeju! But if you still don't have the time and/or the capacity to travel, don't worry, we got you covered! Here are our K-drama recommendations that will surely give you a glimpse of the magnificent volcanic archipelago of South Korea!

1. Our Blues (2022)

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Min Seon-ah (Shin Min Ah) fled to Jeju with a tormented past. She then bumps into Lee Dong-seok (Lee Byung Hun) a merchant and a native of Jeju. Initially apprehensive, they both became part of each other's lives and found consolation in one another.

2. Legend Of The Blue Sea (2016)

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In a unique fantasy story set in the 1500s, governor Dam Ryung played by Lee Min Ho freed a captured mermaid named Shim Cheong played by Jun Ji Hyun. In the present time, Dam Ryung was reincarnated into a smooth-talking con-man named Joon Jae and discovers Shim Cheong, whom he felt connected to a long time ago.

3. Something In The Rain (2018)

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Yoon Jin Ah (Son Ye Jin) and Seo Joon-hee (Jung Hae In) were just acquaintances but Jin Ah started to brew some unexpected feelings for Joon Hee, her best friend's younger brother. This series gives us an intimate look at taboo topics such as the significant age gap between couples, and other considered taboos about work and family in South Korea. In the latter part of the series, Jin Ah gets tired of her toxic work environment and settles in Jeju to run a restaurant.

There you go with our K-drama recommendations. We don't want to spoil you with the story plots in case you haven't watched our recommendations. After watching the mentioned series let us know which particular spot in Jeju you are dying to visit!


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