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The Next K-Dramas You Should Watch After "Crash Landing On You"

The only way you can get over "Crash Landing on You" is to move on to more K-Dramas—here are our recommendations

The truth is it'll take a while before you can move on from your Crash Landing on You fascination, and we can totally understand why! Perhaps you've been busy reading about the finale and the theories that hint at the possibility of season 2, talking to your friends about why you loved CLOY, and re-watching your favorite episodes (or maybe the entire series). You're clearly having a hangover and is in need of a cure. And the question lingering in your mind is "what's next?"


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CLOY set the bar high. It may be hard for you to find a K-Drama that could satisfy you the way this Netflix Original Series did, but you have to at least try and embrace your options. There are countless K-Dramas out there which, like CLOY, combine romance, comedy, and action in a brilliantly executed series. But there are serious drama, thriller, sci-fi, and fantasy options that are binge-worthy, too!


If CLOY is the first-ever K-Drama you've seen, then the natural progression for you is to watch the previous K-Dramas of Hyun Bin (2005's My Lovely Sam Soon, 2010's Secret Garden, 2015's Hyde, Jekyll, Me, and 2018's Memories of the Alhambra), Son Ye-jin (2003's Summer Scent, 2006's Alone in Love, 2008's Spotlight, 2010's Personal Taste, 2013's Don't Look Back: The Legend of Orpheus, and 2018's Something in the Rain), Kim Jung-hyun (2017's School 2017 and Buzzcut Love and 2018's Welcome to Waikiki and Time), and Seo Ji-hye (2011's 49 Days, 2017's Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me, and 2018's Heart Surgeons), to satiate your curiosity about their filmography.


But if you're looking to keep up with what else is worth watching, we've curated a lineup of K-Dramas to watch next in the gallery below:  


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