Still Can't Move On From CLOY? These K-Dramas Could Cure Your Hangover
Here are some remedies for that months-long hangover
Did you realize it has been three months since K-Drama Crash Landing on You (CLOY) ended? We can't blame you if it feels just like yesterday when we last got excited about a new episode of this series.
Its cast members have moved on to other things. Hyun Bin (a.k.a. Captain Ri Jeong-hyeok) is working on a new action film titled Bargaining. Seo Ji-hye's new K-Drama, Dinner Mate, released its pilot episode last May 25, and her CLOY partner Kim Jung-hyun had a cameo in it. We're sure the "Queen of Melodrama," Son Ye-jin, will have a new project soon as well. Still, CLOY remains in the hearts of both old and new K-Drama fans.
There are a lot of new K-Dramas now, and there are a lot more coming up within the year. There's the recently-concluded current highest-rated drama in Korean cable TV history, The World of the Married.
The Metro.Style team is currently hooked on The King: Eternal Monarch, Mystic Pop-Up Bar, and Kkondae Intern.
But as any die-hard K-Drama fan will tell you, it's better to collect and collect shows to binge-watch. Not all K-Dramas are the same, and therefore not all the viewing experiences they offer are on the same level. But it's in this wide spectrum of series that we find joy—whatever our mood and current state of mind may be, you can trust that there's a K-Drama that could satisfy your yearning.
Check out our suggestions below:
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My Lovely Sam-Soon, 2005
Secret Garden, 2010
Hyde Jekyll, Me, 2015
Memories of the Alhambra, 2018
Summer Scent, 2003
Personal Taste, 2010
Something in the Rain, 2018
School 2017, 2017
Welcome to Waikiki, 2018
Buzzcut Love, 2017
The Time, 2018
49 Days, 2011
Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me, 2017
Don't Dare to Dream, 2016
Heart Surgeons, 2018
What's Wrong With Secretary Kim, 2018
Touch Your Heart, 2019
My Love from the Star, 2013
Her Private Life, 2019
Strong Woman Do Bong-Soon, 2017
Legend of the Blue Sea, 2016
Fight for My Way, 2017
Lead photos from AsianWiki, SBS, MBC, and Today TV