If you enjoy romance movies and TV series but have run out of options, it may be time to give K-dramas a shot. With their well-written plots and characters, as well as a wide range to choose from, Korean TV series are becoming more and more popular. Along with some of the best mysteries and action thrillers around, it also offers some of the top romance dramas. These swoon-worthy romance dramas ought to be on your binge-watch list; they range from epic sagas to relatable relationship explorations.

1. Suspicious Partner

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This one is unquestionably for you if you enjoy your romances served with mystery, crime, and a badass heroine who knows Judo and can kick ass. When Eun Bong-hee is falsely accused of killing her ex-boyfriend, she is working as an intern for prosecutor Noh-Ji-Wook. She makes the decision to identify the real murderer in order to clear her name after being exonerated. The series is a treat because of its surprise narrative twists, love story, and past trauma.

2. The King: Eternal Monarch

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This is not your typical love story drama. It features time travel, multiple universes, and a lost monarch. Lee Min-ho, one of the most well-known Korean actors, portrays an emperor who reigns the Kingdom of Corea in a parallel universe until finding a doorway that takes him to our reality. He meets Jung Tae-eul, a tough cop who will assist him in closing the time portal so that both of their worlds are secure, here. Can this love story last in multiple dimensions?

3. When The Weather Is Fine

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Park Min-young stars in this underrated calm romance drama which is based on a book of the same name, the narrative centres on cello teacher Mok Have-won, who returns to her little birthplace in the countryside after feeling unwelcome in the large city. Im Eun-seob, a former classmate and neighbour who now owns a bookshop, rekindles their friendship. They learn to trust and love each other as they work together to get over the baggage from their individual pasts.

4. When The Camellia Blooms

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This award-winning romance drama surpassed all other miniseries in viewership last year. Oh Dong-baek, a single mother who relocates to a tiny village to operate a bar called Camellia, is the centre of the story. She meets the kind and jovial police officer Hwang Yong-sik, who immediately develops feelings for her and begins courting her, much to the dismay of his mother, who doesn’t believe her son should date a single mother. The father of Oh’s child returns to the scene and begins attempting to win her back, making things harder for Hwang.

5. Healer


This one is ideal for action fans since it has some of the most well-executed battle scenes in K-TV history. Chae Young-shin is starting to look into a long-forgotten crime that has connections to some of the most influential men in the nation when the Healer, a rogue agent, pledges to protect her. He follows her about while pretending to be a clueless new hire at the news organisation and finally begins to fall for her. If you enjoy romantic comedies with a dash of excitement and action mixed with some heartfelt scenes, watch this one.